Hey guys... I recently got my real estate license for my own investing purposes, but I'm having trouble resisting the urge to use it to try and make some extra money. I have a full-time job, but I think I can squeeze another 20-30 hours to put into real estate. The company I joined is great for what I intend on doing with my license for investing purposes, but I think I"m going to need to figure out the real estate sales thing on my own. That's not a problem for me... I just need to be pointed in the right direction for where to start. If you were just starting out, which books would you read to get going. I'm sure there is tons of good info out there for the brand new agent.
Anything by Gary Keller of Keller Williams.
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The Miracle Morning - Hal Elrod
The Conversion Code - Chris Smith
The 7 Levels of Communication - Michael Maher
The One Thing - Gary Keller
The Slight Edge - Jeff Olson
12 week year
The Millionaire Real Estate Agent
Your money or your life
The Millionaire Real Estate Investor
How to Win Friends and Influence People
Think and grow rich
Awaken the giant within
The Book on Rental Property Investing
The Millionaire Real Estate Agent and The One Thing
Maybe some of these suggestions cover this, but to be more specific... I’m really looking for books that go into how to find clients, what to say in a listing presentation, and just what to be doing and how to get going as a new agent.
Sell with Soul
The honest real estate agent
Working by referral (Brian Buffini)
The book of Yes ( Kevin Ward)
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