re:Think Real Estate

Chris Lazarus, Christian Harris, Nathan White

Welcome to the reThink Real Estate Podcast: Your best source for practical and entertaining industry insights, conversations and interviews. Dedicated to provide you with actionable takeaways in each episode, to help you build and grow your real estate business.

Your hosts are Christian Harris, leader of the Sea-Town Team in Seattle, WA and Kellen Hoskins in Prescott, AZ.

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In today's episode, we’re evaluating the cost of getting your real estate license. The truth is that it adds up because you need to pay for pre licensing, joining your local association, etc. It is all worth it in the end. It’s cheaper than having a college education, at least. New real estate agents need to be responsible with where they invest. Selling to other agents, friends, and family are better, safer bets for earning a living. You can find your niche through these connections. Build a community. Most importantly, learn to know what a good opportunity is when it’s presented. Finally, reach out to small businesses, read books, and invest in a good CRM. These are some essential things you’ll need to develop your business. Get your name out there and heighten your game as an agent. Topics Costs of pre licensing and joining local association Sources of income Finding a niche Building a community Learning opportunities Reaching out to small businesses Reading books CRMs Proprietary software Summary If you are in need of a great, easy to use yet powerful CRM (and every agent needs one in our opinion and experience), then try out Realvolve for free for 14 days at our discount link - www.realvolve.com/rethink So stay tuned, and I hope you learned something from this episode of Rethink Real Estate!

Apr 25

30 min 43 sec

In today’s show we are discussing whether real estate can be done part time as a hobby or as a profession! So the topic today where so many agents like to complain about, does being part-time necessarily mean that you being under-trained and being shitty at your job? Not necessarily, if you’re juggling too much then it is, but it should always be based on your client’s best interest! Sure there will be pros and cons in working part-time and full-time working as an agent. For example, Kellen who has worked in a large wireless telecommunications company has suddenly and unceremoniously laid off out of nowhere and where he wasn’t fully financially prepared! He and his wife wondered if they could survive on a single minimum wage, hourly pay. After realizing that they could not, they decided that they needed a change, so Kellen went to real estate college, when he found that his great, great, great grandfather’s real estate license from the city of Long Beach in 1939. Unfortunately, he still needed money to support his family and so what he did for the year in real estate was he worked full-time during the day and he worked a night job delivering pizzas. In working multiple jobs at the same time, there will be burnout! There are going to be moments where you question if what you’re doing is still the right thing, the right move, and it’s just a matter of persevering.   Show Topics: Working part-time and full-time as an agent Perseverance that is required when working part-time as an agent Saying “No” to other opportunities in pursuit of your business Transitioning to working full-time in an establish company to working part-time as an agent Helpful advice for newer agents Having contingency plan in making your real estate business network, work for you Having a different perspective Treating each client as a transaction and never be complacent How to consider your client’s best interest Staying hungry as a real estate agent Doing everything with excellence Stay tuned for more episodes here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/rethink-real-estate-podcast/id1352837881 Visit our website! https://www.rtrepodcast.com/

Apr 19

23 min 45 sec

Today on the show, we are excited to announce some big, big changes and announcements! We’re switching things up so that it will open some great opportunities for the show. It’s been a few months since we’ve released the show and I know you’ve been wondering when we’re going to come back. Coming back from the COVID year, and co-hosts Nathan and Chris have gotten busy and outgrown the show. So we’re still going to continue on, without the guys on the show. But I’m excited to a announce a new co-host Kellen “The Beard” Hoskins, some of you may know him from a past episode.  Kellen has a really long pedigree in the real estate business. His family has been doing business since the 1930s. You can trace back where he found that his great, great, great, great grandfather’s real estate license in Long Beach, California. Over 40 years and multiple family members who are in either the sales side, the investment side, or the development side of the business. He spent 15 years in the wireless business as a Regional Sales Director, he then decided to hop into the family business and do something for himself for a change. It has been five years since. We connected and we just became kindred spirits talking about podcasting and your beard! Besides that, I just loved your cheekiness and for you putting yourself out there and pushing back against the status quo. Hopefully co-hosting will open up an opportunity for us to put both of our knowledge and wisdom out there so that we can continue helping our audience to grow their business and take things to the next level. Both in our podcast and for each of our businesses. On this show: Introduction of the new host New beginnings Plans for the future Helping our audience and extending our reach Going our separate ways Getting a new perspective and good balance Managing immediate necessities of the day-to-day and making sure that operations are at full force. The process of moving the brokerages into a holding company Helping shape the company’s culture So stay tuned, and I hope you learned something from this episode of Rethink Real Estate!

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Apr 5

36 min 40 sec

We talk about change in this episode. There is no doubt that 2020 has been a year of changes, what with the pandemic and its challenges. Christian, Nate, and Chris share their insights on navigating change.   The following are some advice from Valerie Garcia, VP of Learning and Development in Realvolve and Firepoint: Have a role for everyone on the team. Everyone must be crystal clear on what they must do and when. Put systems and processes in place before you need them and allow for growth and adjustment along the way. Plan Some have an easier time coping with the changes brought about by the pandemic, but we have to make some changes to stay afloat sometimes. An easy trap to fall into is self-pity. Instead of moping around, we need to roll with the punches and embrace change. Some good has come from the pandemic on the business side of things. Technological innovations make it easier to maintain a business during a time like this. We can have forms filled out remotely, for example. There is no changing the situation, but we can always shift our outlook. There may be more challenges in the future when this pandemic is over. It is survival of the fittest. Adapt to the changes or lag. Change is a massive part of the business. Nobody wants to be that person who is stuck in their ways, and the best way to learn how to change is through others. A person on our side who can spot flaws and ask questions, whether we agree with them or not, can give us a new perspective on how to go about making changes. We need to be proactive and be ready for whatever outcome, whether good or bad. Learn from mistakes and do better the next time around. Doing open houses and reaching out is going to be different as we advance. Peers, colleagues, and online groups are an invaluable resource for business strategies. There is no shame in taking and adapting someone's ideas for our purposes because everyone is learning to adjust. You have to expand your horizons and think outside the box as well. To bring it back to the episode's topic, try not to be bogged down with the usual thinking way. Be flexible, humble, and do what is necessary to make your business better. Do not be afraid to change if it means coming out the other side. Think of making significant changes as evolution instead of thinking of it as a failure. People who criticize you for changing do not understand what it takes to survive. Pay them no mind. Those who can adapt are more likely to survive the highly competitive real estate market. Walking the road less traveled and doing your own thing may be conflicting advice, but the herd is probably going in the wrong direction. There is no dancing around the fact that change is a tough thing. You, as a broker, do not have the time to deal with negativity from other people. Focus on what you need to do to keep up with all the changes happening around you. Evolve, roll with the punches, and embrace change. Block critics out and only listen to the people who want success for you. Be proactive and be ready for your plans to succeed or even fail. Take inspiration from what others are doing or do something different. Be flexible in your methods and humble yourself. Your perspective will determine your path. So stay tuned, and I hope you learned something from this episode of Rethink Real Estate!

Dec 2020

19 min 27 sec

Today, we're talking about how to take your business to new levels by using a formal business plan. Valerie's tips: When you fail to plan, you plan to fail. A business plan is a great start but it's what you do after you plan that ensures your success. A good business plan makes your goals visible Learn more at Realvolve.com/rethink We are talking about Business Planning in 2021. We had a heck of a year this year. and now we're focused on how we're going to improve our operations to make 2021 our best year yet. Planning is a huge part of what we do. If you're at a brokerage and they don't offer you some type of business planning or help for business planning for this coming year, leave because they're failing you. We all need goals, we all need some kind of light to guide us in our business. Whatever it is that you create, you have to reference it and it's got to be simple enough that it is actionable. The issue here is, most business plans go deep but they are hard to take action in the day-to-day. Some effective ways for planning business involves: breaking things down into very small tasks use a timeline to map out when in the year you're working on projects keep detailed numbers (track everything) So stay tuned! We are so excited to let you know how we plan our business for the next year!

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Nov 2020

28 min 32 sec

Listen now to learn how to bring leads into your business today. Lead generation is complex and multifaceted. In this episode, we discuss different sources of leads and how to bring them all into play to increase your bottom line.

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Nov 2020

34 min 33 sec

In today's episode, we discuss how marketing to your existing database can be far more effective than spending lots of money on lead generation. Effective database management involves sending messages that are applicable to their needs, so we dive into ways to segment your database. We also share ideas that have worked for us in our business to build relationships and keep our past clients engaged. Check our more great tips about segmenting your business at realvolve.com/rethink.

Nov 2020

16 min 3 sec

James Dwiggins is the CEO and Founder of NextHome. In today's interview, James dives into the vision, mission, and success stories behind the fastest growing real estate franchise in the United States. Further, he shares how the marriage of technology, agents, and consumers can win when implemented properly. James discusses how going against the grain is attracting agents and driving performance. Technology plays a pivotal role in how NextHome works with their agents, so we dive into talking about tech and how tech can enable today's agents to win. To learn more about NextHome visit www.nexthome.com

Nov 2020

57 min 9 sec

We live by email, so we need to think about how our emails come across. Val @ Realvolve has some great tips for formatting an email to get action from someone. Nathan, Chris, and Christian discuss their preferences for communication.

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Oct 2020

17 min 6 sec

Listen to this episode and win contracts for your clients in multiple offer scenarios. After some quick tips from Val @ Realvolve we dive into practical strategies that we're using to win offers over and over for our clients. Multiple offers are here to stay until our supply catches up with demand. That's why we're taking this episode to talk about what's working from the purchasing and listing sides to win offers. We discuss strategies that will get you noticed, get your client the deal, and make you look like a rock star agent.

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Oct 2020

34 min 57 sec

From number one music producer to number one in real estate. Today we're joined by the co-host of Netflix's hit series Stay Here, Peter Lorimer. Peter is the founder of PLG estates, a real estate brokerage in Los Angeles, California. In today's episode we dive into the mind of Peter for his perspective on life, real estate, and television. He shares how his career flourished when he stopped listening to what everyone said he needed to become and started embracing who he was. Peter delivers sage advice through the entire show today, so make sure you're paying attention.

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Oct 2020

46 min 24 sec

This week we're joined by the founder of Club Wealth Coaching and Consulting, Michael Hellickson. Michael went from running a team of 16 that sold 120 homes per month to build the number one coaching company for teams and brokerages. By the end of this episode, Christian, Nate, and Chris all made the leap into coaching with Club Wealth, which was completely unplanned. Tune in for some really impactful information that may help you get unstuck in your business.

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Sep 2020

57 min 30 sec

In this episode: Great Tips on Automation from Val @ Realvolve, Nate flexes his know-how, and Chris talks about Brokerage crap that agents ignore. Join us for an awesome discussion as we peek behind the curtains and discuss how our businesses are run. A successful business runs like an ecosystem. Every piece of the puzzle has an important role to play. We discuss some of the systems that we use to help run our businesses and keep the needle pointing forward. Follow the podcast on Facebook and check out Val's tips at realvolve.com/rethink

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Sep 2020

31 min 23 sec

Every once in a while we get a great opportunity to add to the show. This week we're excited to announce our first official sponsor, Realvolve & Firepoint. Tune in to meet Valerie Garcia, their VP of Learning & Development. Val will be joining us regularly to bring tips and tricks to maximize your business efficiency and productivity. Realvolve provides workflow solutions to help you manage transactions, convert leads, stay in touch with your contacts, and make sure your business runs smoothly.  Visit realvolve.com/rethink to reThink your CRM Solution

Sep 2020

36 min 33 sec

On today's episode, learn how AccessiBe can make your website ADA compliant with a single line of code. Earlier this year industry giants were served with lawsuits aimed to make their websites ADA compliant. According to AccessiBe, their users have successfully stopped and settled legal claims with the aide of their software. Exclusive 20% AccessiBe Discount AccessiBe is a tool that makes websites navigable for people that might otherwise have difficulty. The software allows for one-click accessibility for several common assistance modes including ADHD, Visual Imparements, and Keyboard Navigation. Further, AccessiBe allows for individual customization. Users on an AccessiBe equipped website can change color schemes, font size, and many other display features to make their browsing experience enjoyable.  

Aug 2020

21 min 56 sec

COVID has thrown a wrench in the way most brokerages work. Tune in today to learn about how cultures vary from brokerage to brokerage and office to office. The place where you choose to hang your license is a deeply personal decision which is partly a leap of faith and partly a business decision. It's a business decision because that is where you will be building your business. For this reason, the brokerage needs to match up with the tools and style. Choosing a brokerage is also part leap-of-faith. It's impossible to fully know what you're getting into until you're in it. A brokerage can say how they support agents, but you won't know how they really support you until you're in need of support.

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Aug 2020

29 min 45 sec

This week we're giving away the secrets of standing out from your competition. We cover some of the most effective way to be great agents.

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Aug 2020

26 min 3 sec

Finding ways to stay focused requires a certain mindset. In today's episode, we're diving into our mindset as business owners and agents. We share ways we've been focusing on growing our businesses in this market shift.

Jul 2020

30 min 17 sec

With so much uncertainty, we decided to talk about how some of the things you need to do to be in business for the next five years. Uncertainty is certain. Today we're sharing the strategies and tactics that we are deploying in our businesses to stay productive and continue driving revenue.

Jul 2020

31 min 1 sec

Tune in as we cover some of the small professional courtesies that separate agents from great agents. The attention to detail matters. We share some of the best experiences we've had from other real estate agents. We cover tips on submitting offers, negotiation, and other facets that can push you to the top of your game. Subscribe to Rethink Real Estate for the very best in real estate insight and technique to grow your business.

Jul 2020

30 min 9 sec

Today we're continuing where we left off last week. How do you know if you're a good agent or not? Today we're discussing some of the traits from the best agents we've worked with and learned from. Out of the gate, Nate shares some great ways to play nice in the sandbox. The crew shares best practices that have won clients deals and made them money. We want to know what you think makes a great agent. Please let us know on our Facebook page!

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Jun 2020

35 min 15 sec

Chris, Nathan and Christian How are you handling communication with your clients during COVID? Tune in to today's episode to hear real-world examples of what is working for us. Communication comes down to frequency and clarity. During the show, we discuss what stands out to us as clear communication and why it's important during the transaction. Ultimately, communication can be the difference between a successful career and a devastating waste of time. Let us know what you think makes for great communication on our Facebook page!

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Jun 2020

35 min 13 sec

  AJ Canaria has built his career in photography by telling the story in a meaningful way. Today, he joins us to talk about how his passion and how he tells stories. AJ has worked with on some great projects with agents from all over. Source: https://ajcanaria.mypixieset.com Photos mentioned in the show

Jun 2020

44 min 21 sec

  To seek coaching, or not to seek coaching. It's not a question. If you want to be great then you need someone pushing you to be great. Get it together and put someone in your corner to hold you accountable. There are plenty of great coaches, Neil Mathweg is one of them. Have a listen today as we dive in to hear Neil tell us about how he hit a plateau and pushed through in his career to build a killer sales business. Now Neil is a non-producing REALTOR with eXp and a full-time real estate coach with Agent Rise. Today's episode might just be the game-changer for your business. Have a listen.

Jun 2020

44 min 9 sec

Tune in to hear some big news for Christian Harris. The COVID era of real estate has taken Christian down a new path. Turn in to hear all about it today!

May 2020

17 min 30 sec

We're all in this together, so today we share our tactics on how we are handling our seller and buyer clients in the COVID era. Nate talks about holding successful open houses using safeguards for the Buyer and Seller. Chris and Christian discuss how using tools like Matterport and Zillow's 3D app allow us to elevate the Buyer's experience and reduce foot traffic by weeding out tire-kickers.

May 2020

21 min 28 sec

Chances are, you've been marketing wrong. Today we learn why. Our guest is Marc Davison, Chief Creative Officer and co-founder of 1000watt.net. Marc hangs out with us for an extra-long episode. We dive deep into the marketing pitfalls of real estate. We also discuss great marketing techniques. How to listen to the consumer and tell a story. Marc is renowned in the real estate industry for his brilliance in marketing, Founder of 1000 Watt, Marc started the real estate specific creative agency to help real estate companies dominate their markets.

May 2020

54 min 44 sec

Tune in today to learn how to position your business for the investment market. DD Lee, the founder of Skyline Property Management, joins us on the show today to talk about the impact COVID is having on rentals and property investment. DD shares the current impact that she is seeing first hand and breaks down her predictions for the near future of the investment market. This information is essential for navigating your real estate business. Stay tuned as we continue to bring you the best information for growing your business during the pandemic.

Apr 2020

32 min 26 sec

Christian and Chris discuss how to find and create a niche in a real estate business on today's episode of reThink Real Estate. They both share real-life applications and stories about how working within a niche has generated direct business to their bottom line with clients and referrals. one green dart hitting the center of a small green target, there is some other bigger targets around the small one, black background

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Apr 2020

28 min 48 sec

We're all feeling the impact that the pandemic on our lives and routines. In today's episode, we discuss the impacts in our businesses and how we're coping with the extra time on our hands. During the coronavirus pandemic, join us each week to stay focused on your real estate business while staying healthy and primed for the recovery.

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Apr 2020

30 min 15 sec

Today we're bringing you an unscheduled episode to discuss the stimulus program. We're joined by Chad Brown, CFO of The Tax Shelter. He's bringing us the most up to date information available as of this recording. There are many relief opportunities available to real estate agents and business owners across the country. On the show, we discuss the Payment Protection Program (PPP), the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) and the 10k Grant. We also share information about the stimulus checks, when you can expect them and how much you will receive. For more information and to stay up to date, follow Chad on social media @serialCFO

Apr 2020

45 min 51 sec

Agent marketing needs to be thought out. Today we talk about some ways to think through your marketing strategy and be different from the competition. Tune in to learn the best way to build your real estate business every week.

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Apr 2020

27 min 42 sec

We've all dealt with turnover. Tune in to today's episode to learn how you can better deal with the turnover on your team or in your brokerage.

Mar 2020

23 min 53 sec

Join us in today's special episode of rethink real estate to learn how you can survive the Coronavirus pandemic. We talk about the things to do, avoid, and where to focus your efforts. This is the time to be active in your own war room. In the episode, we talk about where a real estate agent's focus should be. We discuss the changes we've started to make in our business and how the response has been to date. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7R3bRDiQ3M&w=560&h=315] The coronavirus is making impacts that will be felt for generations. Rethink real estate has your back. We're offering free consults at our availability. If you need help in your business, let us know and we'll get you on the schedule.

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Mar 2020

33 min 16 sec

We all set goals, but are your goals in line with the vision for your business? Listen to today's episode to understand the difference between the two and learn how to set smart goals. This information can propel your business in the right direction. Paying attention to your vision helps to ensure you don't get distracted by shiny objects.

Mar 2020

24 min 9 sec

Tune in today to learn tips and tricks that can help you take your business to the next level! Bill Risser is a real estate veteran and VP at Fidelity National Title. He has decades of experience in the title industry and 5 years hosting The Real Estate Sessions podcast. Additionally, Bill has spent years training agents to use social media. His job is to stay on top of the newest technology and find the best ways to deliver results to agents so they can avoid going down the rabbit hole. Bill Risser on reThink Real Estate Today, bill shares with us everything that he has found works to build a successful real estate career. There's even a little easter egg in there for Sean Carpenter.

Mar 2020

37 min 3 sec

Agents that deliver an exceptional client experience earn more. Tune in to learn what you need to be doing to earn more referral business, deliver better service, and be a better agent. Co-Founder & CEO of Clozio, Matt Ross joins us on the podcast to discuss client experience and agent productivity. Matt operates a platform for real estate transactions. He is Father of 2 and a self-proclaimed addict to all things real estate, customer experience, and travel.

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Mar 2020

42 min 3 sec

Today the reThink Real Estate Podcast is proud to announce that we are officially the newest member of the Industry Syndicate This means that Christian, Nate, and Chris can leave the kid table and eat with the grown-ups in real estate. The new app puts every real estate show you need in one place and we're excited to be a part of it. As an Industry Syndicate member, we've teamed up with other industry show hosts like Bill Risser and Dustin Brohm. We're excited to continue bringing great content to you each week. After our announcement, we talk about what happened when you outgrow your brokerage. Nate has hit a dead-end at his brokerage. Now he's exploring the options. First, he describes the relationships with his current company and how he approached notifying them of his decision. Then we follow Nate as he discusses navigating the many options about what brokerage is going to be the right fit. Then we discuss the leadership aspect of the approach when leading a group of people to make a decision. This episode is packed with great information and real-life examples of what are often just discussion points. Nate will be making a decision soon, so be sure to look out for that on a future episode of reThink Real Estate. ReThink Real Estate Podcast is dedicated to bringing the best content in the industry to your ears. Please subscribe and leave us a review so that it's easier for other people to find our show. You can find our show among other Industry Syndicate podcasts by downloading the app on your phone today.

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Feb 2020

31 min 36 sec

Last year on the reThink Real Estate Podcast we were pretty spot on with our predictions for the real estate market. Listen to this episode to learn about what is going to happen this year. reThink Real Estate Podcast Discuses 2020 Predictions

Feb 2020

25 min 13 sec

Listen to this episode for three great ways to reduce stress in your business. On today's episode, Chris, Nate, and Christian all discuss ways that they reduce stress in their daily lives. The ReThink Real Estate Podcast is dedicated to providing information surrounding a career in the industry.

Feb 2020

18 min 53 sec

Tune in to today's episode to learn how you can protect your business from becoming part of a discrimination investigation. Late last year, Newsday's investigative journalism into the treatment of the public by real estate agents in Long Island, NY revealed how common it is that discrimination is rampant in our industry. This week on the Rethink Real Estate Podcast, we talk about the initial reactions to the findings, the lack of appropriate response by the brokerages involved, and the things we can do in our daily business practices to make sure we're never on the wrong end of an investigation. reThink Real Estate is a real estate podcast designed to help you grow your business, be a good person, and enjoy life. Tune in to our episodes every week to learn something new that will help you grow your business.

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Feb 2020

38 min 15 sec

Fueled by a passion for social entrepreneurship, Caroline Pinal co-founded Giveback Homes to empower the real estate industry to turn business into an opportunity for social good. Tune in today as we talk about her journey to build something meaningful. Pinal and team deliver innovation and impact to their network of like-minded real estate agents, brokerages, technology and service providers. In collaboration with these companies, Giveback Homes has helped build over 400 homes to families in need, has supported nearly 100 affordable housing developments throughout the U.S., and is providing disaster relief aid to families in need. Pinal worked directly with Concierge Auctions to develop Key for Key, an award-winning social good program that builds a home in Central America every time a property sold at auction. Learn more at www.givebackhomes.com  

Jan 2020

29 min 34 sec

If you've ever listened to a real estate podcast then there's a good chance that you've heard of the Massive Agent Podcast. Well, it's host, Dustin Brohm, has joined us on Rethink Real Estate to talk about how creating content has elevated his business. Dustin is a great example of everything we talk about on RTRE. Focus on providing exceptional value for the end consumer and the rest will all fall into line. Dustin did just that with his show and on today's episode he tells us a little about it. Dustin Brohm is a National speaker and real estate marketing & lead generation coach. He is host of the popular Massive Agent Podcast and the Industry Connected show. Dustin is an award-winning marketer, and one of the leading Facebook Ads experts in the industry as founder of the Massive Agent Society lead generation program. Dustin has spoken at events for Inman News three times, Gary Vaynerchuk’s Agent2021, HousingWire, the California Association of Realtors annual convention, and more. But above all, Dustin is a Realtor w/ eXp Realty in Salt Lake City, Utah  

Jan 2020

25 min 27 sec

Today we're joined by Climb Real Estate sales master Kenny Truong aka Kenny Fast aka Fast Agent. Kenny is a social media master and an extreme real estate agent. He utilizes social media to build a brand and that brand leads to significant sales. Join us today as the Fast Agent himself tells us his inside secrets to success. Follow Kenny on instagram @kenny_fast or online at fastagent.me  

Jan 2020

41 min 38 sec

Today we get to explore an up and coming new software in the real estate industry. Karen Abram joins us to talk about her experience in the real estate industry and how she found a void that her new product, dashCMA, fixes for real estate agents. Tune in to learn about what's missing from the home valuation process for real estate professionals. About Karen Abram: Karen is the founder of dashCMA. At the age of 13, Karen started her career as a “data storyteller”working as a Sports Stringer for the Los Angeles Daily News. Her passion for bringing a narrative to analytics carried over to a successful 15+ year career in the Advertising industry. Working for several of the world’s leading advertising agencies, Karen developed analytical models for some of the most recognized brands, including Sony Electronics, Nissan, Universal and Lionsgate. This background helped immensely when she became a Real Estate Agent. She was frustrated with the market and comparable analysis tools available. She turned her frustration into action and created dashCMA, a modern, interactive take on the traditional 60+ page CMA presentation. She is excited to be part of the “New Kids on the Block” panel at Inman Connect and you can catch her and a demo in start-up alley. When Karen is not simplifying data she can be found in the sports stands with her husband, Mike, rooting for their son, Dylan, and daughter, Mia.

Jan 2020

45 min 17 sec

Today on the Rethink Real Estate podcast, we're joined by serial entrepreneur Mary Choey. Mark is the founder of both Climb RE and HighNote.io. Today he shares his success with us by explaining the strategy he used go grow his brokerage to over one billion in sales before selling to Realogy. He then shares how his new project, High Note, is revolutionizing the way agents communicate with their clients. Learn more about Mark at www.markchoey.com Tune in and share this with a real estate pro, because this is stuff you need to grow your business.  

Dec 2019

45 min 7 sec

Join us today for some post-holiday wisdom from Josh Culler of Culler Media. He shares some amazing tips for building content. He conceptualizes what content is supposed to do for your business and spends some time sharing best practices for producing your own content for your business. Josh Culler talks content on Rethink Real Estate Learn more about Josh and his company by contacting him: https://cullermedia.com https://www.facebook.com/cullermedia/  

Dec 2019

39 min 59 sec

Join us on Rethink Real Estate as we discuss our moves and planning for 2020. With a few weeks left in the year, now is the time to get your game plan put together. If you fail to plan then you're planning to fail. 2020 is around the bend. Are you ready?  

Dec 2019

25 min 28 sec

Stacie Staub is the founder of West + Main Homes based in Denver, CO. Tune in to hear how she's grown the business to over 100 agents in a few short years. Stacie is a wealth of knowledge and continues to evolve her business as the industry changes. Stacie Staub is a Colorado-based Real Estate expert with over 15 years of experience in both residential sales and industry marketing. She is also the conference-loving junkie behind Genuine Hustle, which is fast becoming one of the most popular and in-demand formats for real-life teaching and learning in the Real Estate space.  You can contact Stacie here.  

Dec 2019

35 min 59 sec

Today on the Rethink Real Estate Podcast we're discussing how we price homes as real estate professionals. We cover tactics and tools that we use to get the best data in front of our clients. Tune in to learn how our MLS systems can be supplemented with third party software and data.  

Dec 2019

31 min 6 sec