As a real estate agent, you learn to wear many different hats. When you’re not drumming up new business, you’re delivering exceptional customer service to the clients you already have. But is it really necessary to micromanage each and every aspect of your real estate business? On today’s podcast with broker Brandon Baca, we discuss delegation and ways to build a business that essentially runs itself. Plus, we share strategies for winning in a shifting market, the type of buyers to start targeting right now, and more.
Listen to today’s show and learn:
- About Brandon Baca [2:05]
- Why Brandon got into real estate [5:19]
- Striking balance between work and family [6:38]
- The consequences of working too hard [9:04]
- Strategies for striking balance between work and life [10:53]
- Offloading the customer-service side of your business [15:06]
- Running your real estate business like a professional [18:18]
- Triaging the buyer consultation [20:04]
- Why you should always set appropriate expectations with new clients [21:59]
- The Franklin, Tennessee real estate market [28:05]
- How to prepare for the next market shift [30:24]
- Focusing on the opportunities in front of you right now [32:52]
- A unique way to measure the success of your business [35:08]
- Where to find and follow Brandon Baca [40:23]
Brandon was born and raised in Sherman, Texas. After High School, Brandon enlisted in the United States Marine Corps Reserve and was assigned to the 14th Marine Regiment, serving in Ramadi, Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2004-2005.
Upon his return to the United States Brandon, and his bride Andrea, took up residence in Oklahoma City. They have been married for 19 years, and have 6 children.
Brandon is a real estate industry veteran, having closed over 100 million in personal sales, and is the founder of Ten Oaks Real Estate, a residential real estate company with offices in Dallas, TX, Knoxville, TN, Nashville, TN, and Oklahoma City, OK. He has a passion for helping real estate agents achieve personal and professional success.
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