But before you dive all in and spend countless hours studying to pass the Florida real state exam, have you thought about what it really takes to be a real estate agent in 2017?
In Real Estate, whether you're an established professional or a millennial, having a niche to build both your credibility and celebrity separates you from the rest in a crowded industry.
In episode 15 of The Follow Me Show, we discuss how to establish yourself in real estate by finding your target market, and which platforms to brand yourself with a highly effective metrics.
As a real estate professional, you're going to come across some pretty interesting situations where opinions or hearsay has been taken as cold hard facts by many. From the buyer who still believes that they can buy a 3/2 single family for $125k in an A-rated community in Florida, to the seller who refuses to consider listing price confirmed with a CMA, as a sales professional you'll be bursting bubbles of misinformed clients your entire career. But there are some myths that take the cake.
Being a Realtor requires a lot of time. Most of us, if we end up running out of time and losing deals in the process, it's because we can't keep up. But this doesn't need to be the case. What if there was a way to increase time and productivity simultaneously? What if all you needed is to follow a few basic principles to see your time and bank account increase? With these three basic principles from Tim Ferriss' The Four Hour Work Week, all of that is now possible.
In Real Estate, your success depends on the people you ally yourself with to assist with prospecting, marketing, contracts, financing, and closings.
That's why building your Dream Team is one of the first priorities as a Realtor.
In Episode 12 of The Follow Me Show, We discuss the four key players of Your Dream Team that will elevate your success and efficiency with every prospect, client, and closing.
One of the most feared things about real estate is picking up the phone to prospect, most commonly known as "cold calling". We have been paralyzed by the fear of what people might say that will cripple out pitch, break us down, and cower down with a tail between our legs. The most obvious question that few stop and ask is "why?" In episode of The Follow Me Show, we deconstruct the simple practice of cold calling. Can we get past the piercing words of a perfect stranger that will inevitably fall in our way when we cold call? By dissecting the reason for the fear, together we will overcome an imaginary roadblock.