I was one of the lucky ones. I found my mentor and somebody to help me succeed in the business.
But over 80 percent of real estate agents who get their license don’t end up renewing it two years later.
This is an astounding number considering the months of classes and studying it takes to get your license in the first place.
What I wouldn’t have to have this book when I first started out as a realtor at age twenty-three, all those years ago.
For this reason, I decided to put together this book.
I wanted to create a resource, a real estate agent’s bible so to speak, that any new agent could look at and have to give themselves endless ideas and expectations of what it takes to succeed in this business.
Who better to deliver the information than one hundred of your most successful peers?
Not twenty-year veterans of the business who have Rolodexes with half the town.
Young millennials, hustling just like you are.
The agents in this book were carefully recruited to be a part of the project. We wanted millennials (born in 1980 or later), and we wanted agents that were dominating in their marketplace.
This project took a little over a year to complete, mostly because I was running my own real estate team at the same time.
Rather than making a training manual with just my own experiences, I decided that it would be much more useful to gather information from different areas of the country.
Because of my quick success, I was given opportunities that most agents could never dream of.