Tuesday, July 29, 2008

How To Make The System The Solution, Not You

Dear Friends,
Why do eight out of 10 people who get into lending or real estate leave within five years?

I promise you, it’s not because they are making a consistent, predictable, reliable income. No, it’s just the opposite. It’s because they are frustrated, aggravated, fed up with living with the uncertainty of a future income.

So, what went wrong for all these people?

The answer is quite simple: They didn’t have systems to generate leads, convert the leads to appointments, turn the appointments into contracts and the contracts into closing, while during this entire time, generating referrals.

What I am describing is an impersonal system. It’s the same thing that Starbuck’s has; it’s an automatic process and because of the automatic process, the people can show up and be personal.

The system is the solution, not me, not you. Join us to learn the systems

2 Years Experience In 2 Days:
RE Agent Accelerated Training
August 13 & August 14, 2008
10:00am – 2:00pm
Location: Staten Island Board of Realtors
1535 Richmond Avenue, Suite 3
Staten Island, NY 10314

In this 2 day workshop you will learn the basic and advanced real estate skills that the average agent takes over 2 years to learn. You will see how to increase your business now, you will grasp the concepts that take other agents years to learn. You will hear expert ways to succeed when other agents fail, Jumpstart or Accelerate your real estate career now!

Just Some of the things you will learn:
Systematic approach to building your real estate career now
How to break down your business into 3 time saving units
How to attract new busines
Targeted marketing
Building your database
How to answer common questions
Getting into real estate conversations
Floor time
Setting appointments
Role playing
How to service clients and customers during the transaction
Dealing with Buyers
Dealing with Sellers
Marketing the listing
The steps of a real estate transaction
What to do after the transaction closes
The 4 biggest mistakes agents make after the transaction closes
Mailing lists vs relationships
Contact touch point / management system
Building a referral based business, the cornerstone of success.
Plus Much More...

New and Experience Agents Welcome!
Register now. Seating is limited.
August 13 & August 14, 2008
10:00am – 2:00pm
SIBOR Members Free
Cost for Non-Member $199
For more information please contact:
Debbie Lerner, Director of Education
1535 Richmond Avenue, Suite 3
Staten Island, NY 10314
Tel: 718.979.0007 ext. 1523 • Fax: 718.928.3225
So let’s get busy installing these systems into your business so you have consistent, predictable, reliable monthly income.

Helping You Get From Where You Are, To Where You Want To Be.
Jeffrey Stanton
Your Trusted Advisor For Life

One of the fastest ways to build a successful referral based business is by training. Now, with me, I like to invest significant time immersing myself in training, while some people prefer to take it in bite-size chunks. Whatever your preference is, now is the best time to contact me.

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