Being a top real estate agent means being purposeful and strategic about your activities. And, the right activities at the right time will yield the right results. So how do you know what activities to do and, more importantly, when?
If your heart is in the right place, everything will follow.
Keller Williams agents Dan and Julie Ihara of the Honolulu, Hawaii, market center certainly have found that to be true as they’ve grown their business from $28 million to $…
In this age of technology, digital thank-you notes are gaining more acceptance. Yet, a card received via snail mail still excites the senses and is a thoughtful reflection of your time and effort. A handwritten thank-you note to your client…Read More
With the summer selling season right around the corner, now is the perfect time to polish up your local expert strategy and build your brand!
Mary Daniels. The Papasan Properties Group and KWYP member – also named the #1 buyer…
Jesse Youmans in the Denver Southeast market center is on pace to close 100 units by the end of the year. This is remarkable considering he ended 2017 with far fewer transactions – just 26.
Youmans was licensed in 2014, but only sold two h…
With a new baby on the way, $45,000 in GCI just wasn’t going to cut it for Tyson Compton. He was working long hours chasing internet leads as part of a team at another brokerage. His second year in, he upped his income to nearly $75,000, bu…Read More
Big commissions. Big names. Big homes. With these perks, who wouldn’t want a career in luxury real estate? If you’ve entertained the idea of moving from traditional sales to the high-end market, here are some points to consider as you journ…Read More
Top-producing agent Suzy Arriola, of the center in Orange County, Calif., is so serious about growing her referral business that she made her last commute to Business Objective: a Life by Design by airplane.Read More
On target to close 100 units this year and rake in $45-47 million in closed volume, California-based agent Fred Sed is experiencing immense success at Keller Williams. While the numbers are exceptional, Sed emphasizes, “It’s not just about the money at Keller Williams. It’s about the growth opportunities.”Read More
When Mario DiLorenzo’s clients open their inbox or mailbox, they know they have a special message waiting for them.
The Chicago-based agent began sending his clients personalized messages after joining Keller Williams in 2015. In just two years, DiLorenzo has more than doubled his business by learning from those who have gone before him, picking up the tools from the Career Growth Initiative and implementing the 36 to Convert program, formerly 33 Touch. The philosophy is 36 client touches each year can exponentially increase an agent’s business and help them capture more money that is being left on the table.Read More