BiggerPockets co-host David Greene (a fan favorite) joined us twice this month to help new agents succeed. First, he shared his team’s secret to skyrocketing sales despite their $0 lead spend. And in his second interview, he outlined the flawed thinking that causes so many new agents to fail. You can catch both of these can’t-miss podcasts below along with our other interviews that made the cut for December’s best real estate podcasts.
BiggerPockets co-host David Greene doesn’t buy real estate leads. Regardless, his real estate team is about to close out their best year ever with nearly $82 million in sales volume and more closings to come before the new year. How do they do it? Tune in and find out! Plus, you’ll hear why it pays to be the real estate expert, how to ensure your follow-up is foolproof, and more. Catch part two of this interview on the next Real Estate Rockstars.
A lot of new agents seem to think that showing up is all it takes to make it in real estate; this is the W-2 mindset. We hate to break it to you, but you’ll never succeed in this industry if you’re not willing to work for it. On part two of Real Estate Rockstars episode 942, BiggerPockets’ David Greene explains how flawed thinking holds new agents back and what it takes to break the cycle of mediocrity. Plus, Aaron and David discuss some of the latest real estate news and offer some quick, simple tips for investors.
Kimberly Tocco knows firsthand how hard it can be for struggling families to become homeowners. She overcame personal tragedy and financial hardship to buy a home when Realtors told her it would be impossible. Since then, she’s given back over $500,000 of her own commissions to help families realize the dream of homeownership. On today’s podcast, Kimberly shares how building a business based on giving turned her into one of Arizona’s top Realtors. She also offers tips for new agents and discusses her brand-new book, Overcome: Memoirs of a Suicide.
Lisa Song Sutton wears several hats (and a crown after winning Miss Nevada in 2014), but she still has strong roots in real estate. Many of the same skills she relies on as a Realtor have helped her build businesses in real estate and in other industries. On today’s podcast, Lisa shares the secret sauce for starting a new business, gives agents tips on winning clients, and more. Don’t miss it!
2020 was a year unlike any other, one that left many Americans struggling to make ends meet. But despite all of the economic uncertainty, home values climbed to record highs. Will this trend continue in 2021? On today’s State of the Market podcast with Kelly Skeval, we analyze opposing market projections and offer our predictions for real estate in 2021. Plus, we cover the $2.3 billion stimulus bill just signed by President Trump and discuss what it’s like owning rental property right now.