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"forty six thousand four hundred ten dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:22 min | 2 years ago

"forty six thousand four hundred ten dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"And and in here from my listeners because I to really dig in and answer some questions, and then take maybe, you know, solo segment here and there to dive into diving the topics that I find are really important, or at least topics that I feel are coming up over and over again in my Email that are really important one subject one such topic recently has been real estate agents becoming real estate investors, and what's funny about that topic is I've written a book about it called make it rain. The first chapter of this book is available for download at sink realty radio dot com. Once you sign in you can download the free resource in the resources section at the top right to make sure that you go ahead and do that again the name of. My book is make it rain. And I wrote it because of a challenge that I had because of a challenge that I had it's funny. My my producer Isaac is making a he's he's doing the doing the hand motion making it rain, and I feel like real estate agents need to do more to make it rain. Here's why when I had I do a lot of traveling nationally. And I connect with a lot of real estate investors and real estate agents during the think realty conferences, and the other conferences I attend keynote speaker at sometimes I'm I'm a panelists there as well. And I'm always asked ham, a real estate agent Hardaway make more money. So I'm dedicating the next few minutes to you the real estate agent to you the business owner that's thinking about becoming a real estate agent. And how you as a real estate agent, effectively can make it rain. Now, if you are real sedation, generally, I'm assuming your Facebook and Instagram feed is a really full of different motivational things, and this and that and the other there was one that I ran across recently that said real estate is a numbers game show up and prospect and the rewards are yours. So here's the thing though. It real estate is a numbers game. The numbers are pretty depressing right now. According to the national association of realtors there were approximately two million real estate agents in the US and twenty sixteen and according to the bureau of labor statistics there are four hundred forty four thousand one hundred agent jobs in the US. So what does that tell us? The means that for every licensed working agents there are three agents there three agents who are either unable or unwilling to find work in the field. That's kind of interesting, right? Kind of a little bit of a dismal number. But let's look at the numbers for those agents who are actually working the average salary, according to the bureau of labor statistics for real estate agents in two thousand sixteen was a staggering forty six thousand four hundred ten dollars per year. Which they translate into an hourly salary of twenty dollars thirty two cents per hour based on a forty hour workweek now. Your real estate agent. And let me ask you this. What active agent works only forty hours a week? I mean, are you kidding y'all work so many more hours than forty hours a week if it trying to sustain and grow real estate business? I mean, you're working seven days a week. You're going to conferences the on conference calls, you're handling marketing. I mean, you have late nights doing marketing lead generation client communications, sending emails back and forth following up, showings appointments paperwork. Inspections closings meeting with investors meeting with you. You get the drift here. So I mean, the then, of course, there the expenses for continuing education, you'd licensure you've association fees equipment. You've got paid leads advertising. You got a boost posts on Facebook. So you're forty six thousand four hundred dollar yearly yearly amount that you're making. The the income is looking more and more and more like a minimum wage. Let's be real right? Like, that's what's happening. So how do you turn this around? Here's something else. Perhaps is this may be why the failure rate within five years for real estate agents hovers around eighty five percent. With some estimates coming in as in as high as ninety five percent. How's that for compelling number? But we've seen successful real estate agents to we know they're out there. I know that they're out there you're out there. What are you doing differently? How some real estate agents killing it financially in real estate while others get ba- get left behind. What can you do as a real estate agents as a real estate agent, creating a business that creates wealth for you in a way that self sustaining? So you're not working so hard for so many hours for so little. So think about why you got into real estate to begin with challenge you with that question was it because you wanted to work with buyers and sellers only. I mean, I'm sure that was part of it. You wanted something that's dynamic. You wanted to be able to drive around and see different neighborhoods and connect with different people. I think that's awesome. But I definitely guest that very few agents. Go into real estate expecting to make the forty six thousand dollars a year figure that I just mentioned. For most of the promises that with a few years of work. They can build a business. And be proud of that business that you building in a one that will afford them a luxury lifestyle similar to that you find on some of these million dollar listing HDTV shows, and then of course, there's a whole industry of coaches and consultants marketing gurus that reinforced that idea right with the right system were the right platform or enough work you can to become a top producer. And I firmly believe that. So why are few real estate agents finding financial size financial success in real estate? I don't know why. I'm stumbling over my words here why are so many as many as ninety five percent leaving the for leaving the business within the first five years of their career? You know for me. I think a lot of this is not understanding the power that you have is a real estate agent, you'll have more access the data than I do as a real estate investor. That's not a licensed agent. You can use these data points to your benefit. Why aren't you? Or maybe you are. And you know, you can tell me to go jump in a lake. That's fine. Email me, it's super super easy. Abu Dhabi goal, heart dot com. Shoot me an Email. I promise I I'd love to have that conversation. But for those of us now for those of you real estate agents, you have the data. Do you know which markets are cooling off which markets are gaining strength and starting to get hot. And you also have the ability to walk into city hall and say, hey, I'm a real estate agent here in the in the in the area, and I want to know what's going on like where are the next where the next neighborhoods being built what are some initiatives that the city has in place over the next ten or fifteen or twenty years. One of the biggest things that I talk about in my book.

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"forty six thousand four hundred ten dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"forty six thousand four hundred ten dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"In you can download the free resource in the resources section at the top to make sure that you go ahead and do that again. The name of my book is making. It rain, and I wrote it because of a challenge that I had because of a challenge that I had it's funny. My my producer Isaac is making. He's he's doing the doing the hand motion making it rain, and I feel like real estate agents need to do more to make it rain. Here's why when I had I I do a lot of traveling nationally. And I connect with a lot of real estate investors and real estate agents during the think realty conferences, and the other conferences I attend keynote speaker at sometimes I'm panelists there as well. And I'm always asked. Hey, I'm a real estate agent. How do I make more money? So I'm dedicating the next few minutes to you the real estate agent to you the business owner that's thinking about becoming a real estate agent. And how you as a real estate agent. Effectively can make it rain. Now, if you are real estate agent, generally, I'm assuming your Facebook and Instagram feed is a really full of different motivational sayings, and this and that and the other there was one that I ran across recently that said real estate is a numbers game show up and prospect and the rewards are yours. So here's the thing though. It really does the numbers game. The numbers are pretty depressing right now. According to the national association of realtors there were approximately two million real estate agents in the US and twenty sixteen and according to the bureau labor statistics there are four hundred forty four thousand one hundred agent jobs in the US. So what does that tell us? The means that for every licensed working agents there are three agents their three agents who are either unable or unwilling to find work. Work in the field. That's kind of interesting, right? Kind of a little bit of a dismal number. But let's look at the numbers for those agents who are actually working the average salary, according to the bureau of labor statistics for real estate agents in two thousand sixteen was a staggering forty six thousand four hundred ten dollars per year. Which they translate into an hourly salary of twenty dollars thirty two cents per hour based on a forty hour workweek now. Your real estate agent. And let me ask you this. What active agent works only forty hours a week? I mean, are you kidding y'all work so many more hours than forty hours a week if you're trying to sustain and grow real estate business? I mean, you're working seven days a week. You're going to conferences the European conference calls, you're handling marketing. I mean, you have late nights doing marketing lead generation client communications, sending emails back and forth following up, showings appointments paperwork inspections closings meeting with investors meeting with you get the drift here. So I mean, the then of course, there the expenses for continuing education us licensure you've association fees equipment. You've got paid leads advertising. You got boost posts on Facebook. So you're forty six thousand four hundred dollar yearly yearly amount that you're making. The the income is looking more and more and more like a minimum wage. Let's be real right? Like, that's what's happening. So how do you turn this around? Here's something else. Perhaps is this. Maybe why the failure rate within five years for real estate agents hovers around eighty five percent. With some estimates coming in high as high as ninety five percent. How's that? For a compelling number. But we've seen successful real estate agents to we know they're out there. I know that they're out there you're out there. What are you doing differently? How're some real estate agents killing at financial in real estate while others get get left behind. What can you do as a real estate agents as a real estate agent, creating a business I creates wealth for you in a way that self sustaining? So you're not working so hard for so many hours for so little. So think about why you got into real estate to begin with challenge you with that question was it because you wanted to work with buyers and sellers only. I mean, I'm sure that was part of it. You wanted something that's dynamic. You wanted to be able to drive around and see different neighborhoods in connect with different people. I think that's awesome. But I definitely guest that very few agents. Go into real estate expecting to make the forty six thousand dollars a year figure that I just mentioned. For most a promise is that with a few years of work. They can build a business and be proud of that business that you building in a one that will afford them a luxury lifestyle similar to that you find on some of these million dollar listing HDTV shows, and then of course, there's a whole industry of coaches and consultants marketing gurus that reinforced that idea right with the right system where the right platform or enough work you can to become a top producer. And I firmly believe that. So why are few real estate agents finding financial size final financial success in real estate? I don't know why. I'm stumbling over my words here why are so many as many as ninety five percent leaving the for leaving the business within the first five years of the real say career? You know for me. I think a lot of this is not understanding the power that you have is a real estate agent you'll have more access to data than I do as a real estate investor. That's not a licensed agent. You can use these data points to your benefit. Why aren't you? Or maybe you are. And you know, you can tell me.

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"forty six thousand four hundred ten dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:22 min | 2 years ago

"forty six thousand four hundred ten dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"When I connect with awesome, investors, fear from my listeners because I really dig in and answer some questions, and then take maybe a solo segment here and there to dive into sit dive into topics that I find are really important, or at least topics that I feel are coming up over and over again in my Email that are really important one subject one such topic recently has been real estate agents becoming real estate investors, and what's funny about that topic is I've written a book about it called make it rain. The first chapter of this book is available for download at sink realty radio dot com. Once you sign in you can download the free resource in the resources section at the top. Right. So make sure that you go ahead and do that again. The name of my book is make it rain and. I wrote it because of a challenge that I had because of a challenge that I had it's funny. My my producer Isaac is making. He's he's doing the doing the hand motion making it rain, and I feel like real estate agents need to do more to make it rain. Here's why when I had I I do a lot of traveling nationally. And I connect with a lot of real estate investors and real estate agents during the think realty conferences in the other conferences, I attend keynote speaker at sometimes I'm I'm a panelists there as well. And I'm always asked ham real estate agent. How do I make more money? So I'm dedicating the next few minutes to you the real estate agent to you the business owner that's thinking about becoming a real estate agent. And how you as a real estate agent, effectively can make it rain. Now, if you are real estate agent, generally, I'm assuming your Facebook and Instagram feed is a really full of different motivational things and this and that and the other there was one that I ran. Across recently that said real estate is a numbers game show up and prospect and the rewards are yours. So here's the thing though. It real estate is a numbers game. The numbers are pretty depressing right now. According to the national association of realtors there were approximately two million real estate agents in the US in two thousand sixteen and according to the bureau of labor statistics there are four hundred forty four thousand one hundred agent jobs in the US. So what does that tell us? The means that for every licensed working agents there are three agents there three agents who are either unable or unwilling to find work in the field. That's kind of interesting, right? Kind of a little bit of a dismal number. But let's look at the numbers for those agents who are actually working the average salary, according to the bureau of labor statistics for real estate agents in two thousand sixteen was a staggering forty six thousand four hundred ten dollars per year, which they translate into an hourly salary. Of twenty dollars and thirty two cents per hour based on a forty hour workweek now. Your real estate agent. And let me ask you this. What active agent works only forty hours a week? I mean, are you kidding y'all works so many more hours than forty hours a week if it trying to sustain and grow real estate business? I mean, you're working seven days a week. You're going to conferences you're on conference calls, you're handling marketing. I mean, you have late nights doing marketing lead generation client communications, sending emails back and forth following up, showings appointments paperwork inspections closings meeting with investors meeting with you get the drift here. So I mean, the then of course, there the expenses for continuing education us licensure you've association fees equipment. You've got paid leads advertising. You got boost posts on Facebook. So you're forty six thousand four hundred dollars yearly yearly amount that you're making. The the income is looking more and more and more like a minimum wage. Let's be real right? Like, that's what's happening. So how do you turn this around? Here's something else. Perhaps is this may be why the failure rate within five years for real estate agents hovers around eighty five percent. With some estimates coming in his in his highs ninety five percent. How's that for compelling number? But we've seen successful real estate agents to we know they're out there. I know that they're out there you're out there. What are you doing differently? Howard some real estate agents killing it financially in real estate while others get get left behind. What can you do as a real estate agents as a real estate agent, creating a business that creates wealth for you in a way that self sustaining? So you're not working so hard for so many hours for so little. So think about why you got into real estate to begin with challenge you with that question was it because you wanted to work with buyers and sellers only. I mean, I'm sure that was part of it. You wanted something that's dynamic. You wanted to be able to drive around and see different neighborhoods and connect with different people. I think that's awesome. But I definitely guests that very few agents go into real estate expecting to make the forty six thousand dollars a year figure that I just mentioned. For most of the promises that with a few years of work. They can build a business. And be proud of that business that you building in a one that will afford them a luxury lifestyle similar to that you find on some of these million dollar listing HDTV shows, and then of course, there's a whole industry of coaches and consultants marketing gurus that reinforce that idea. With the right system where the right platform or enough work, you can become a top producer. And I firmly believe that. So why are few real estate agents finding funniest financial success in real estate? I don't know why. I'm stumbling over my words here Mars, so many as many as ninety five percent leaving the leaving the business within the first five years of their career for me. I think a lot of this is not understanding the power that you have is a real estate agent. You have more access the data than I do as a real estate investor. That's not a licensed agent. You can use these data points to your benefit. Why aren't you? Or maybe you are. And you know, you can tell me to go jump in a.

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"forty six thousand four hundred ten dollars" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

07:38 min | 2 years ago

"forty six thousand four hundred ten dollars" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Realty radio is back with hosted real estate investment. Pro AVI goal. Think realty nation is AVI were back from the break. Thank you so much for joining us again in sticking through the shelf for me. It's always amazing when I connect with awesome investors, and and in here from my listeners because I get to really dig in and answer some questions, and then take maybe solo segment here and there to dive into sit dive in the topics that I find are really important, or at least topics that I feel are coming up over and over again in my Email that are really important one subject one such topic recently has been real estate agents becoming real estate investors, and what's funny about that topic is I've written a book about it called make it rain. The first chapter of this book is available for download at sink realty radio dot com. Once you sign in you can download the free research. Source in the resources section of the top right to make sure that you go ahead and do that again. The name of my book is make it rain and. I wrote it because of a challenge that I had because of a challenge that I had it's funny. My my producer Isaac is making a he's he's doing the doing the hand motion making it rain, and I feel like real estate agents need to do more to make it rain. Here's why when I had I do a lot of traveling nationally. And I connect with a lot of real estate investors and real estate agents during the think realty conferences, and the other conferences I attend keynote speaker at sometimes I'm I'm panelists there as well. And I'm always asked, hey, I'm a real estate agent. How do I make more money? So. I'm dedicating the next few minutes to you the real estate agent to you the business owner that's thinking about becoming a real estate agent. And how you as a real estate agent, effectively can make it rain. Now, if you are real estate agent, generally, I'm assuming you're Facebook and Instagram feed is a really full of different motivational sayings, and this and that and the other there was one that I ran across recently that said real estate is a numbers game show up and prospect and the rewards are yours. So here's the thing though. It real estate is a numbers game. The numbers are pretty. Depressing right now, according to the national association of realtors there were approximately two million real estate agents in the US in twenty sixteen and according to the bureau of labor statistics there are four hundred forty four thousand one hundred agent jobs in the US. So what does that tell us that means that for every licensed working agent? There are three agents. There are three agents who are either unable or unwilling to find work in the field. That's kind of interesting, right? Kind of a little bit of a dismal number. But let's look at the numbers for those agents who are actually working the average salary, according to the bureau of labor statistics for real estate agents in two thousand sixteen was a staggering forty six thousand four hundred ten dollars per year. Which they translate into an hourly salary of twenty dollars and thirty two cents per hour based on a forty hour workweek now. Your real estate agent. And let me ask you this. Active agent works only forty hours a week. I mean, are you kidding y'all works so many more hours than forty hours a week if you're trying to sustain and grow real estate business? I mean, you're working seven days a week. You're going to conferences European conference calls, you're handling marketing. I mean, you have late nights doing marketing lead generation client communications, sending emails back and forth following up, showings appointments paperwork. Inspections closings meeting with investors meeting with. You get the drift here. So I mean, the, then, of course, there the expenses for continuing education, you've licensure you've association fees equipment. You've got paid leads advertising. You got boost posts on Facebook. So you're forty six thousand four hundred dollar yearly yearly amount that you're making. The the income is looking more and more and more like a minimum wage. Let's be real right? Like, that's what's happening. So how do you turn this around? Here's something else. Perhaps is this may be why the failure rate within five years for real estate agents hovers around eighty five percent. With some estimates coming in as and as high as ninety five percent. How's that for compelling number? But we've seen successful real estate agents to we know they're out there. I know that they're out there. You're out there. What are you doing differently? How are some real estate agents killing at financial in real estate while others get get left behind? What can you do as a real estate agents as a real estate agent, creating a business that creates wealth for you in a way that self sustaining? So you're not working so hard for so many hours for so little. So think about why you got in real estate to begin with challenge you with that question was it because you wanted to work with buyers and sellers only. I mean, I'm sure that was part of that you wanted something that's dynamic. You wanted to be able to drive around and see different neighborhoods and connect with different people. I think that's awesome. But I definitely guest that very few agents. Go into real estate expecting to make the forty six thousand dollars a year figure that I just mentioned. For most of the promises that with a few years work. They can build a business. And be proud of that business that you building, you know, one that will afford them a luxury lifestyle similar to that you find on some of these million dollar listing HDTV shows. And then of course, there's a whole industry of coaches and consultants marketing gurus that reinforce that idea? Right with the right system where the right platform or enough work you can to become a top producer. And I firmly believe that. So why are few real citizens finding financial size final financial success in real estate? I don't know why. I'm stumbling over my words here why are so many as many as ninety five percent leaving the for leaving the business within the first five years of their career? You know for me. I think a lot of this is not understanding the power that you have is a real estate agent. You have more access the data than I do as a real estate investor. That's not a licensed agent. You can use these data points to your benefit. Why aren't you? Or maybe you are. And you know,.

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