Welcome to my new journey into real estate and business coaching. I’ll be sharing content in my video blog, including tips and tricks, scripts, workflows, and habit changes for new and seasoned agents alike. 

We’ve all watched thousands of videos and read every book under the sun in the hope of finding that one script that will change our lives and increase our bottom line. Does such a secret script exist? Probably not; I’ve looked.

My hope is to cut through the noise and provide skills and habits that I’ve developed over time. We’ll cover topics such as buyer representation agreements and buyer consultations and negotiating your commission upfront in a seller’s market. 

We’ll also talk about working with tenants and how you can maintain a relationship with them so you can eventually convert them into buyers. Not many people realize - the cost of acquiring a rental client is much less than a sales lead.

We’ll talk about open and closed predication agreements. This is probably the No. 1 conversation I have when I’m coaching my own agents. The difference can be somewhat confusing, and they can benefit both parties or sometimes just one party. 

“If we all work together, we can be better Realtors and serve our clients at a higher level.”

Of course, we’ll talk about what’s going on in our market too. We’ll cover new construction, how construction prices are beginning to increase along with low inventory, how these will impact your buyers. Some developers are also taking a pause, and we’ll explore this too.

In addition to my vlog, I plan to host a virtual campfire session. This will be a place where agents can meet, share experiences in our market, and explore how fellow Realtors are overcoming the challenges we all face in this industry.

My main goal is to elevate our profession and help you make connections so you can grow. My personal motivation is collaboration. I firmly believe - if we all work together, we can be better Realtors and serve our clients at a higher level.

I hope you’ll join me on this journey. If you have any questions, please feel free to call or email me. I would love to help.