Check out this interview I did with Chad Perkins. He is the #1 Re/Max Agent in New York. He sold 98 homes as a 19 year old. Enjoy If you need any advice, e-mail me direct at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chad Perkins- 98 sales at 19 years old
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i'm 22 years old and a Realtor here in Northwest Arkansas. This will be my third year in R.E.
..The best advise i want to share with you is
â€¢go to http://www.davidknox.com and sign up for his free tuesday videos. He offers a free sample dvd, lots of knowledge there to help you in your career, and finally order his products when you get a chance. It will be some of the best money you ever invested in yourself, and your future clients.
â€¢Lori is correct. Always look to improve your branding, so you can implement that into "your business" and to your community..
â€¢find your niche....
â€¢research research research. diligence is the key, and wisdom will help you overcome any situation.
â€¢buy the book. "The Richest Man who ever lived-King Solomon" by Scott Steven. Read it!
â€¢and the last thing i can think of.....go to youtube.com and search the video....."The Strangest Secret by Earl Nightingale".............listen to it, and enjoy.
..become familiar with your local market.
*and remember that "your income will always be in direct proportion to your service"
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Find some one willing to mentor you. If they are willing to take you in and show you the ropes for a small percentage of their commisson you will find yourself ahead of the game. By supporting another agent you learn in so many different ways...it's a big advantage.
Ask to do the leg work, make telephone calls, be the follow up guy/gal, sit open houses, take care of paper work, solicite feedback on showings, update owners about their listings etc. Through these activities you will be able to see things from the advantage point of years of experience.
First, there is the intense competition, then you must develop a clientele with little knowledge regarding business development practices, and on top of this, you must appear confident. The first thing any new Realtor should do is to build a name for him or herself, and realize that money is going to be extremely tight for the first year or so. The good news, however, is that Realtors have many avenues to explore when building a name for themselves. Because the general populous perceives Realtors, like nurses, as being all-knowing, the options for exposure are numerous. The next thing a new Realtor may want to do is start participating in community events. The key here is to let the community know that you want to specialize in Real Estate and let them know that you support and plan to give back to the community. The reality is that those real estate sales people that started their careers many years ago did so at a time when competition wasnâ€™t nearly as fierce as it is today, and when more people could actually afford property. Today, we live in a new world filled with more lifetime renters then ever before, more people loosing their homes and reverting to a rental status, and more individuals entering the field of real estate with the hopes of making lots of money. This all means that the competition for success has increased, and if you want to be one of those new Realtors to succeed in the industry, you must start being creative and innovative in the ways that you build your reputation. In order to be successful at anything, you need to become good at it.
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