Change is inevitable
Change is relentless. It stops for no one.
And there is nothing more powerful than an idea whose time has come.
There is a tsunami of unprecedented changes happening right now in the real estate industry that will likely mean the beginning of the end of the traditional real estate industry and the solo agent model as we know it.
Wall Street is Investing Billions to Disintermediate Realtors
For example: Just last week Inman News revealed that Zillow is entering into the buying and selling of homes using agents. We’ll have a lively debate about Zillow’s potential future steps and I’ll show you a $168-billion-dollar reason why Zillow might be motivated to use a “Trojan Horse” strategy to disrupt the brokerage industry much like they disrupted home search industry (and easily took over the #1 share of consumer home searches).
We’ll also discuss new start ups like REX Realty, Purplebricks, Compass Real Estate, Opendoor and Redfin’s new 1% listing fee offer and much more.
The question for you is: “Will you ignore change, or will you harness change to your benefit?”
Attend the FREE 2-hour “Wake-Up Call for Realtors” Preview and learn:
The Top 10 Irreversible Current Market Trends that:
- Could Eliminate 80% of Realtors
- Cut Commissions by up to 70%
- Make Realtors Less Relevant to Consumers
- Disintermediate Realtors from Transactions
- Change how consumers search for real estate listings
The Top 10 Innovative Solutions that could empower you to:
- Consistently sell 50 – 100+ homes a year
- Take 2 to 3 months vacation annually
- Instantly differentiate yourself professionally from other Realtors
- Earn full commissions & easily win listings over discount brokers
- Protect yourself from the onslaught of Wall Street spending billions to back new high-tech, discount brokers with huge advertising budgets
- Use leading-edge technology & new Social Media strategies at a low cost
- Earn $4 to $10+ million more in additional career income
Are you prepared to thrive in the new world order of real estate?
Ironically, in the new world order of real estate, I predict that there will be more millionaire agents than ever before but it will come at the expense of the vast majority of agents who insist on clinging to the old ways of doing real estate—this new era will require new specialized skills, new technology, new business models, new value propositions for buyers and sellers and added business and marketing support teams from brokers.