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So, You Wanna Be a Real Estate Agent… How Much Does it Cost to Go Into Real Estate? Part 2

Guest Post by Jennifer Allan-Hagedorn

 

I hope you were able to complete your assignment from last week to do an honest assessment of your financial situation.

Today I’m going to help you figure out how much it costs to get INTO real estate and to BE IN real estate on a monthly basis. Of course, any figures you see here are purely estimates and will vary widely depending on the state you live in and the office you eventually work in. And, I’m sure I’ve forgotten a few items in my list of expenses and perhaps included some that won’t apply to you. But I did my best ;-]

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  • Real Estate School: $500-$1200
  • Exam, Background Check: $100-$300
  • Activate Real Estate License: $80
  • Join the National Association of REALTORS + Local Board: $400 – $700 (annual fee)
  • Ethics Class: $40
  • “Initiation” Fee: $1,000 (many franchises don’t require this)
  • Initial business cards: $20-$40
  • Open House signs: $100+
  • For Sale signs: $100-$200
  • Lockboxes: $100-$300

Being IN Real Estate Monthly Expenses:

  • Desk Fee (If you aren’t on a split): $500 – $1700
  • MLS Fees: $30-$60
  • Miscellaneous office charges (advertising, copy/printing, voicemail, website): $50 – $400
  • Contact Management System: $35 – $90
  • Printing and postage: $100
  • Website: $50-$100

Of course, you’ll also need to factor in the cost of your gas, increased cost of car insurance (since you’ll be using your car for business), cell phone charges, health insurance if you aren’t covered elsewhere, wardrobe expenses, computer equipment and programs, home office expenses (increased utilities, etc.), and probably other stuff I haven’t thought of, but I hope this makes it clear that getting into and staying in real estate isn’t something to be taken lightly from a financial perspective.

But here’s some good news.

Contrary to what you might hear, you don’t have to spend a fortune marketing yourself in your early days – and it’s not necessary to purchase every gizmo-gadget and techno-toy available. In fact, the majority of effective marketing for new agents costs nothing or very little. If you enroll in the follow-up newsletter to this one, or in one of our rookie training programs, we’ll help you figure out where to spend your precious marketing dollars, but for now, the good news is that you don’t have to factor in a significant amount of money for self-promotion in your early days.

So, how do you feel about your financial readiness to enter a real estate career so far? Please feel free to share your thoughts!

Next time we’ll talk about a part-time versus full-time real estate career.

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Jennifer Allan-Hagedorn began her writing career after ten years of selling real estate successfully in Denver, Colorado. She was dismayed at the low level of professionalism she frequently encountered in the real estate industry and, with her “soulful” message, hopes to encourage the real estate community to self correct the negative stereotypes of the profession.

Jennifer’s message to agents is that they should strive to be competent real estate advisers, rather than competent real estate prospectors. She urges agents to respect the intelligence of their clients, rather than attempt to insult that intelligence with aggressive closing techniques. She preaches that agents should appreciate the significant commissions paid by their clients, rather than complain that they, themselves, are not appreciated.

Allan-Hagedorn is the author of seven books about real estate and one of the industry’s most popular bloggers. She is also an avid dog rescuer in the Panhandle of Florida.

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Breadcrumbs

In “The Real Estate Sales Secret,” I discuss breadcrumbs; little clues or signs of success.

This year I am guessing my company will hire about fifty new agents.  How many of these will have a fruitful, positive, and motivating year?  That’s an open ended question, one that I hope is answered with a high number.  It’s also a question the answer to which is within your control as an individual at your company.

I have been taking notice of what some of the newer agents are doing to be successful; what breadcrumbs are they leaving?  By successful, I mean not just closing deals, but also looking happy and motivated, living an impassioned life.

Here is what I have been noticing from newer agents who are having good success:

More than anything, I see them actively in my office.  There is no specific time they seem to be here, or even amount of time.  I just see them routinely.

100% of the new agents I am seeing have success emanate humility — they act humbly.  They have not been posturing, vocalizing past success, or “making lots of noise.”

Additionally, 100% of the new agents whom are having success have been asking lots of questions.  I see them routinely asking the receptionist questions.  They ask lots of questions of our managing broker.  They ask me lots of questions.  Listening is power, and these people are just soaking up power.

The successful new agents I notice vary in age, race, and even in “look,” BUT they all smile routinely.  They all laugh at my jokes too (at least they are faking it!!!).

They are individuals, not having started in a team framework.

They are consistently seen educating themselves, trying to understand things they don’t, or, aren’t good at.

By no means is this a comprehensive scientific study.  Having said that, I found it interesting, when I thought about the breadcrumbs of successful new agents, that they were all doing the same things.  One of them even signed a nearly $1,000,000 waterfront sale, closing this week (congrats to a dreamer Brian O’Neal!).

In these clues, hopefully there are some areas you see that can and will improve your life and your business.  If people are doing things or behaving in a certain way, and, on a small scale, demonstrating success, other new agents, and, we tenured agents, can learn from them.

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A significant number of people ask me:

“How do I find a listing?”

I am going to offer some specific, real, anecdotal ways here.  First, I am going to give you some interesting (I think) personal facts and/or statistics with regard to my experience finding listings.  This is mostly from my experience only, having sold for about ten years since age 24:

  • I HAVE NEVER, in ten years, signed a listing directly from any contact on FACEBOOK, LINKEDIN, or other social media.
  • I have never signed a listing directly from a mailer to a FARM AREA.
  • I have never signed a listing from a lead from ZILLOW or TRULIA.
  • About 1-2 deals per year for me (almost a negligible amount), come from “FRIENDS;” people whom I regularly associate with.
  • In ten years, I have received 1 or fewer listing leads per year from vendors whom I use (Title and Escrow companies, Lenders, Inspectors, Contractors, Etc.).

This is not to say these marketing media do not work; they can and definitely do, for some people.  It is safe to say, however, that too many agents rely on the tools above to “hopefully” fill their pipelines.  It is also safe to say many agents spend way, way too much time with these illusory marketing tools (especially when practiced without intent and consistency).

Here are some (surprising?) ways I actually get listings:

1. DRIVING.  Yes, driving.  The statistically significant majority of sellers still hire someone they like and get along with.  These are interpersonal phenomena that require human contact.  When I am stumped for business, I go on slow drives, talk to people, engage them, and let them know I am looking for sellers.  Consider this: who knows about a listing first? Generally, the people who live around that person know for months, or years, in advance.  These people, neighbors, freely offer great market insider information.  Additionally, and importantly, people see my face in the places I want to sell.  I would say this tactic leads to 20% of my business.

2. LISTING BAD PROPERTIES.  This is a joke, kind of.  No property is a bad property, but, if a seller has a unique/tough situation, even having tried to sell, if you can list, market, and sell that property, you develop a perceived “expertise” for that category of sale.  This expertise is referred more than easy, conforming sales.  An example might be a piece of land with wetlands. It might be a little tougher to sell it, but, when you do, you have a specific competitive advantage over other agents for this type of parcel.  I would say this accounts for about 20% of my business.

3. SPECIFICITY.  Many people just ask for referrals.  I ask for specific referrals: “Jim, do you know anyone with a really bad fixer?  I need listings like that right now, they are selling easily in my market.”  Or: “Samantha, everyone seems to be calling me for lakefront property right now.  Can you please keep an eye out for lakefront for me?”

I haven’t seen a study published on why this might work, but, my hunch is a specific request is more personal, and, requires more thought from the person you are addressing.  As a result, I think it lodges in folks’ minds better than “Know anyone selling?”  This probably accounts for about 15% of my business.

4.  ANGER. I love this one. I look for people whom dislike agents, or, had a bad experience.  If they are upset, they really wanted to sell, but didn’t. I repeatedly call on people whom have shown angst for real estate practitioners, because I know they have energy for the process.  I would say after someone reacts with anger 3-5 times, they say (about 90% of the time, no kidding):  “You really are persistent, aren’t you?”  To which I reply:  “I knew you would come around!”

Ironically, once they come around to trusting you, they generally are the easiest customers to work for.  This is probably only about 5% of my business, but, it’s fun so I do it.

5.  SECONDARY QUESTIONING. If you are talking to someone about selling, and, they clearly aren’t going to be a customer, take advantage of the fact you have someone in person.  Ask them anything, anything, anything (!), about real estate in their locale with respect to real estate:  “Okay, it’s clear you love where you live and are going to stay here for a long time, what’s the other coolest house in your neighborhood?”  They may introduce you to that person, for another conversation.  The idea is to be continuously keeping real estate in the front of your, and their, minds. By doing this, you are cultivating a garden of leads.  This is probably about 10% of my business.

Listings do not grow on trees.

Unless, you plant forests.

Plant a listing forest by talking a little longer, asking a little more, and laughing a little harder.  This insignificant amount of extra energy has made all the difference for me, and many other tenured agents.

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So, You Wanna Be a Real Estate Agent… How Much Does it Cost to Go Into Real Estate? Part 1

Guest Post by Jennifer Allan-Hagedorn

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So, moving on from our earlier cheerful discussion about the income potential of a real estate agent…let’s talk about whether you can AFFORD to go into real estate right now.

Fact is, it costs money to be a real estate agent and chances are that you will not make any money for several months once you officially begin.

Let me say that again and please “listen” with every fiber of your being: “Chances are you will not make any money for several months once you officially begin.”

Many first-year agents do not make a dime until their sixth or seventh month in the business; some take even longer than that. That’s a fact and should not be taken lightly, or dismissed as something that won’t apply to you because you’re special. You very well may be special; in fact, I’m sure you are, but you MUST prepare for this possibility. If you are among the few who begin making money right away, that’s fantastic, but I’m sure you won’t regret having a nice nest-egg socked away for yourself. But PLEASE do not go into this career thinking that you’ll receive your first paycheck in a month or two because it’s likely you won’t. And all the while, you’ll be paying out money for the privilege of having a real estate license.

A few months ago, a first year agent contacted me to ask about one of my training courses. During the conversation, she casually commented that she felt misled by her early advisors because they failed to mention how many nickel and dime expenses there were to being a real estate agent. Of course, she wasn’t referring to actual nickels and dimes; more like $200’s and $400’s! I felt bad for her, but I confess I had to ask myself why on earth she would have gone into business for herself with so little financial commitment that a few unexpected $200 expenses put her at the brink of failure.

Because, my friend, you ARE going into business for yourself, make no mistake. And you need to take that concept seriously.

How seriously? That is – how much money should you have put away before jumping in?

That, of course, depends on you and your personal situation.

Some new agents have saved up a nice nest-egg for their venture into real estate and will be able to pay their start-up costs, ongoing expenses and household bills for a reasonable about of time.

Some new agents have a supportive spouse or partner who is willing to pay all the household bills during the agent’s non-income-producing months.

Some new agents have taken out personal loans to finance their venture into real estate (I don’t recommend this approach).

Some agents have (and intend to keep) a relatively well-paying and flexible job that they feel will accommodate their venture into real estate.

But some agents have a family to support, with no outside or supplemental income, and no discretionary money in the bank.

Before I continue, I’d like you to spend a little time today being honest with yourself about your own personal financial situation. Please do the following assignments by the end of the day today:

  1. Add up how much money you have saved to invest in your real estate career
  2. Figure out how much it takes to run your household on a monthly basis
  3. Calculate how much income would be coming into the household if you become a real estate agent

We’ll return to this discussion soon!

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Jennifer’s message to agents is that they should strive to be competent real estate advisers, rather than competent real estate prospectors. She urges agents to respect the intelligence of their clients, rather than attempt to insult that intelligence with aggressive closing techniques. She preaches that agents should appreciate the significant commissions paid by their clients, rather than complain that they, themselves, are not appreciated.

Allan-Hagedorn is the author of seven books about real estate and one of the industry’s most popular bloggers. She is also an avid dog rescuer in the Panhandle of Florida.

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What are 3 Mistakes Rookie Realtors Make?

What Do You Do About Them?

Guest Post by Lee Davenport

Are you new to real estate sales?  Or, are you thinking about getting your feet wet in the housing industry’s most rewarding career?  Then keep reading to watch out for three pitfalls that can derail your profits.

  • Not asking other agents for business

I have heard new agents time-and-time again say they do not understand the need to network with other agents since those agents are their competition.  But anyone experienced in business, and really relationships, understands the value of keeping your friends close but your enemies closer.  Now that is not to say other agents are your enemies but in some respects, they are your competition (i.e. if you are both vying for a particular listing, etc.), which connotes an adversarial relationship.  Networking with other agents will save you as a newbie some of the bumps and bruises those experienced agents got as they have developed burgeoning real estate careers.

Furthermore, top producers that have yet to build a team can be a vital source of referral business. Their client referrals can be a gateway for you to begin selling in a particular hoity-toity subdivision or at an exclusive price point.  The agents that I coach have testimonies of this and so do I.  When I started in real estate sales (after having been an investor), the year was 2008 – yup just when the “The Great Recession” was ensuing.  I networked with other agents and my first year of closings were due to the referrals from other agents I received.  From their referrals, I began receiving client referrals and the next thing I knew, I had referrals coming left and right to the point that I closed personally over 35 transactions in 2009 (also with the help of my social media marketing and blogging but of course) and started to build my own team!  It all started with understanding the power of developing relationships with other real estate agents.

  • Not asking for 5-Star reviews on popular real estate sites – Zillow, Trulia, etc.

I love training real estate agents but especially new agents because there are many basic, free things they can do to grow their sales.  If you are a new agent, are you currently getting reviews on the popular real estate portals like Zillow, Trulia, Realtor.com, etc.?  If your answer is, “no”, I want you to stop what you are doing and make this a priority.  Why?  Because we leave in a world that hinges upon public opinion and online reviews give you an opportunity to showcase why you should be someone’s agent of choice without you have to shamelessly promote yourself.  Others do it for you.  If you have ever decided to not purchase a product or visit a restaurant because of an online review, then you know what I mean.

Why post reviews to real estate portals?  Because those are the site where people that are looking to buy and sell homes go.  You need to have your praises posted where they will see them.  Plus, these sites do not charge (yet) for you to have a profile that features your 5-star reviews so you get free advertising and publicity on the real estate sites with the most traffic.  Thirdly, online reviews can create for you a steady stream of leads from these sites without you paying for ad placement – another win!

Lastly, notice the optimal phase her is 5-star review.  You should of course seek to improve yourself and solicit candid reviews from all of your clients.  But be sure that what goes online will be positive publicity for you by specifically soliciting reviews from clients that are excited about sharing their experience of you with others.

  • Not aggressively ensuring your website has an effective lead capture system

As a new agent, you may be using some of the tried-and-true methods of marketing like sending out postcards and going door-knocking.  Or, you may be a fancy blogger or internet marketer, with ads galore on Facebook.  Regardless, your marketing materials all list your website address.  You encounter curious potential buyers and sellers, who hop on their cell phones and tablets to check the “deets” on your site.  Then they move on to another webpage or log off entirely.  But wait, did your website collect their contact information?  If you have not done any customizations to the website your realty firm or MLS gave you, then your answer is likely, “no”.  This is a faux pas that IS costing you precious leads, diluting the effectiveness of your marketing, and ultimately wasting your advertising dollars.

It is not enough to just have a remote contact form on your website.  You have to mobilize people to leave their information by offering them something of value through a call to action (CTA).  In your neck of the real estate woods, you can offer guides that explain a Shortlist of Being New to the Area, Best Schools, Hot Spots, How to Buy a Home and Sell Real Estate in _______ (name your targeted city/town), Top New Construction Builders and Develops, and the list goes on.  In order for site visitors to get these complimentary downloads, they have to input their bona fide contact information – a win-win.  Such a CTA will typically require customizations to your existing website or an altogether new website, which is worth it to know that the traffic you are driving to your site with ads, postcards, and other publicity is being effectively captured.

If you really want to stretch your advertising dollar, you can also take this a step further and use retargeting.  Retargeting allows your ads to follow site visitors around the web as they visit other webpages, keeping your business top of mind.  Ideally, this will cause them to at some point re-visit your site and hopefully leave their information to receive your sites free offer, putting you on the path to actually creating a new client.

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Armed with degrees in business administration and legal studies, Lee Davenport has been a thought leader in the Atlanta real estate community with article features in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, REALTOR® Magazine, KatieLance.com, South Philly Review, ActiveRain/Trulia, RESAAS and Inman News.

Furthermore, she has served as managing broker and mentor for one of Atlanta’s top RE/MAX franchises, RE/MAX Around Atlanta, home to over 90 of Georgia’s most successful real estate agents (who averaged over $140,000 in sales commissions at a time when the industry average was just around $40,000). At the same time, Lee was honored with a position on the advisory board at Kennesaw State University’s Center for Professional Selling, allowing her to impart into the program and its students during her management tenure with RE/MAX.

Now, Lee coaches and trains real estate agents of ALL BROKERAGES to experience success sooner through Agents Around Atlanta Plus. She truly desires to help agents never again struggle with low sales as a result of interactive training and 1-on-1 coaching that helps agents become savvy resources for buyers and sellers (what we like to call an Agent+).

Outside of Agents Around Atlanta Plus, Lee actively serves with the Atlanta Board of REALTORS(R) as the chair the Leadership Development Academy and sub-chair of the YPN Communications committee. Lee is also a member of the national business leadership organization SCIP (Strategic and Competitive Intelligence Professionals).

Personally, Lee is a licensed minister that has served in the ministry for close to twenty years in various capacities, including teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) classes.

As you can probably guess, Lee Davenport has a passion for helping people and businesses succeed!

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So, You Wanna Be a Real Estate Agent… How Much Money Will I Make?

Guest Post by Jennifer Allan-Hagedorn

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As promised, we’re going to help you determine if a career in real estate is right for you and if so, is NOW the right time to jump in?

So… let’s get started! Let’s (try to) answer that burning question every aspiring real estate agent asks… ‘How much money can I expect to make?’

Do you want the good news or the bad news first?

I’ll start with the good.  A career in real estate can make you rich beyond your wildest dreams.  Well, maybe that’s overstating it a bit, but yes, it is perfectly possible to make a whole bunch of money as a real estate agent.  Personally, I made around $70,000 gross ($40,000 net) my first full year and doubled my income every year after until I was over $300,000.  Okay, so that’s not filthy, stinking rich, but I was happy with it.  I imagine you would be, too.

My “worst” year (once I was up and running) was $179,000, and that was the year I stopped working in August because I was a little burned out.

Of course, there are caveats to those numbers; I worked in a market where home prices were above average, the market was strong, at times even booming, and my net income was somewhat (about 40%) less than those gross figures.  Oh, and just FYI – I was selling between 40 and 70 houses a year to produce those numbers.

So, yes, you can do the math and figure out the potential upside to a career in real estate.

Now for the bad news.

According to the National Association of REALTORS, the median gross income of new real estate agents in their first two years of licensure is (brace yourself) $9,100.

The median gross income of all real estate agents was $45,800, while agents with more than 16 years of experience earned a median income of just under $69,000.

Yowsa.

So there you have it.  Your average real estate agent makes around $22/hour (assuming a 40-hour work week) and there’s no benefits package or vacation time included.  A very small percentage makes over $100,000/year.

Will you?  Maybe… maybe not.  The good news is that your income, to a large degree, depends on YOU.  If this is a career you’re well-suited for, if you’re prepared to work hard and smart and with a little bit of luck, you can, indeed, be in that small percentage making a good living as a real estate agent.

Next up?  How much does it cost to go into real estate?

(look for future posts from Jennifer on this subject)

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Jennifer’s message to agents is that they should strive to be competent real estate advisers, rather than competent real estate prospectors. She urges agents to respect the intelligence of their clients, rather than attempt to insult that intelligence with aggressive closing techniques. She preaches that agents should appreciate the significant commissions paid by their clients, rather than complain that they, themselves, are not appreciated.

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17 Tips Guaranteed for First Year Success as a Realtor

I have been studying intensely why some Real Estate Agents fail and others succeed.  I am here to help you succeed in your career. Here are some quick hitting tips I want you to focus on to help you succeed.  I talk more in detail about these tips in my book, my podcast and my video training program.

  1. Six months savings in the bank to cover you at a minimum.  Twelve months would be ideal.
  2. Choose the right office to work for—most important criteria is make sure they have a good training and mentoring program for new Agents.  This is absolutely critical and one of the most important requirements for your success in your first two years.
  3. Start working right away.  Don’t be afraid.  Conquer your fear.  Call reluctance has killed many careers.  Don’t keep making excuses for not calling or getting in touch with your sphere, working floor or hosting Open Houses.
  4. Preview–Preview–Preview:  Learn your inventory.  Local market expertise is a learned skill.
  5. Role play with your Managing Broker, Trainer or Colleagues to practice.  The only way you’re going to build confidence is by practicing.  You can learn from your mistakes with your colleagues so you’re ready once you’re face to face with new Clients.
  6. Identify your Competitive Advantage as a Realtor.  What sets you apart from the competition.
  7. Start hosting Open Houses right away.
  8. Commit to your career as a Realtor.  You are a professional.
  9. Go to work at your office.  Don’t work from home.  Dress professionally at the office, look the part.
  10. Start building your internet presence immediately with your blog/website.  Content marketing is a powerful tool to connect with new customers.
  11. Handwrite personal cards to friends and family letting them know about your new job as a Realtor.  Include at least five business cards in each note you send.
  12. Always remember to listen more than you talk when you meet new clients.  The art of listening will help you immensely.
  13. Start building your database right away–Direct Mail List of your sphere and farm.  Email list (Mail Chimp free when you have less than 2,000 contacts).  Database of your key contacts and champions with phone numbers so you can call.
  14. For your personal life make sure you prepare your spouse, boyfriend, girlfriend, close family that succeeding in real estate is going to take time.  It’s going to take you one to two years to build up your business–set the expectation up front before you start.  One of the biggest stresses for a new Agent could be dealing with those closest to you and if they are not supportive or patient this could end your career before it starts.
  15. In your first year start farming a neighborhood or geographic area.
  16. In your first year start building your content marketing engine on your website/blog.
  17. Don’t Give Up!!  Never give up!  Day always follows night.  The sun always comes up.  Business always turns as long as you stick with it.

 

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So, You Wanna Be a Real Estate Agent?

Guest Post by Jennifer Allan-Hagedorn

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Thinking about taking the plunge into a real estate career, huh?  Excellent!

Helping people buy and sell real estate is a wonderful career – one that can lead to tremendous satisfaction and prosperity, or… sadly become an unfortunate blip on the radar screen of your professional life.

Whether or not you experience the success you dream of will depend on a variety of factors, most of which are 100% within your control.  That’s the good news!  The bad news is that many, many, many real estate agent wanna-be’s disregard these factors when signing up for real estate school.  And the really bad news is that the vast majority of these agents, um, fail… and fail miserably.  Even the ones who were positive they wouldn’t.

Let’s not let that happen to you!

Just the fact that you are surfing online for real information about a real estate career tells me that you have more ambition and brainpower than your average real estate agent wanna-be.  So, no doom & gloom here – let’s take a little journey together.

Watch this space over the next several weeks for tips to help you determine if a career in real estate is right for you and if so, if NOW is the right time to make the leap!

Stand by!

(look for future posts from Jennifer on this subject)

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Jennifer Allan-Hagedorn began her writing career after ten years of selling real estate successfully in Denver, Colorado. She was dismayed at the low level of professionalism she frequently encountered in the real estate industry and, with her “soulful” message, hopes to encourage the real estate community to self correct the negative stereotypes of the profession.

Jennifer’s message to agents is that they should strive to be competent real estate advisers, rather than competent real estate prospectors. She urges agents to respect the intelligence of their clients, rather than attempt to insult that intelligence with aggressive closing techniques. She preaches that agents should appreciate the significant commissions paid by their clients, rather than complain that they, themselves, are not appreciated.

Allan-Hagedorn is the author of seven books about real estate and one of the industry’s most popular bloggers. She is also an avid dog rescuer in the Panhandle of Florida.

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