Real Estate Career Training
Keller Williams Mega Agent Interview
Become A Successful Real Estate Agent By Mastering The Basics
Whether you are just considering starting a real estate career or are already an experienced real estate agent looking to grow your existing real estate business, learning how to master the basics and being consistent and persistent with your efforts, is the simple difference between achieving your goals in your real estate career and not. Real estate is a contact sport, and for the real estate agents that actually run their real estate careers like a real business, build, grow and nurture their real estate contact databases, commit to mastery and actually time block for the daily activities…the sky is truly the limit for how big they can grow their real estate businesses and their quality of life.
In this powerful Keller Williams Mega Agent Interview from real estate coach, author and KW Mega Agent David Hill,sits down and talks with one of the most successful real estate agents in Keller Williams Realty, Josh Anderson, of The Anderson Group in Nashville, TN. Josh has only been in the real estate business for about 10 years, but in a very short period of time, Josh has been able to build one of the top real estate teams in Nashville, TN and the entire industry. Listen and learn, as Josh shares how just focusing on mastering the basics, loving on his real estate database with personal notes and phone calls, providing value, persistently following up and simply asking for business was the key to consistently growing his real estate business every year. Josh believes in what Gary Keller says about the key to becoming a successful real estate agent, ‘It is boring, it’s very repetitive and redundant…but it works.’ If you really want to learn what it takes to become a successful real estate agent, want to better understand the daily activities, routines and proven systems that top real estate agents are using today, are willing to commit to mastering the basics…the information shared in this interview will be invaluable.