Posts in Real Estate Training
In early February, brokers and agents from EXIT Realty across the nation attended a leadership conference in Dallas, Texas. Pictured Above: Regional Owner, Bill Pankonin speaking at the Leadership Conference. The conference was filled with laughter, fun, and most of all, learning.
The Real Estate Industry keeps changing, how will you adapt? Come listen to one of the nations top Real Estate trainers, Craig Witt, to learn the best business tips, trends, and ways to maximize your success in 2018. Come for networking, drinks, appetizers, & training from the 5th largest Real Estate company in the world. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: 5:30 PM- Doors open- Networking, Appetizers, & Drinks 6:30 PM- Trends in the Real Estate Market with Craig Witt LEARN MORE ABOUT CRAIG: Craig has been a licensed Realtor since 2004.
With 2017 coming to a close, I have been reflecting on what I am thankful for this year. 2017 was a year of growth, change, and new opportunities.
What if in 2018 you could achieve your dreams and work for a real estate company that is different by design?
Real estate is one of the most profitable and flexible businesses out there, and yet 87% of real estate agents fail or quit within their first 5 years.
Last week, I was feeling sorry for myself as I had been on the road for weeks without much rest, had a pinched nerve so pain was keeping me irritated, and the weather was terrible.
Running their own brokerage is a dream for many individuals throughout the real estate industry, but it can feel like an uphill battle.
Most real estate agents are familiar with fluctuating income associated with this job path.
Natural traits may make someone a good real estate agent, like the ability to listen, a desire to help people, and an outgoing personality.
2 classes. 2 speakers. 2 opportunities to learn from the best in the business. Kick off 2018 with these once-a-year FREE workshops designed to take your real estate career to the next level.
If you dream of building a successful real estate career, look no further than Bill Pankonin for inspiration.