Make Real Estate Your New Career

G. Stiles Realty recently launched a major effort to find the next class of successful real estate brokers.

I am the real estate equivalent of a Pokémon trainer staggering into five lanes of traffic, intent on finding the perfect fit for our family of brokers.

I happen to think this is the perfect time for enthusiastic thirty-something entrepreneurs to get into real estate. (Forty, Fifty, and Sixty-Somethings are also invited…)

Many experienced brokers in Douglas County are at the age when they want to talk about retirement and grandchildren.

“I am the real estate equivalent of a Pokémon trainer staggering into five lanes of traffic, intent on finding the perfect fit for our family of brokers”

Greg Johnson

Soon, another crop of younger agents will be taking their place.

That’s one reason why G. Stiles has produced three short videos and a vignette designed to get younger go-getters thinking about a career in real estate.

You can find the videos on our website or on our Facebook page.

We are looking for self-starters. People with an idea of what they want to accomplish in life. Someone who might be unhappy where they are at, but would be willing to sit down with me, build a business plan and then execute that plan. You don’t have to be knowledgeable in real estate; that will come rather quickly.

We also want people who are thinking about a new career, or a second career for those who have retired once, to seriously consider coming to work for G. Stiles Realty.

Here’s why:

I LOVE BUILDING SUCCESS STORIES

I am offering to be a personal mentor to new brokers. I want to teach you how to do it right. I have been successful in this career and I have made a lot of other brokers successful.

I will work with you on an individual basis. I will work with your strengths, not your weaknesses. For example, if you don’t like to make cold calls, I am not going to force you to make cold calls. I’m going to figure out where your strengths are and work on those. As time goes by, we will slowly build your weaknesses up too.

G. STILES IS A FAMILY

We like to think of ourselves as a family.

The tide rises all boats, which means if we can raise the income in this office, it helps everybody. That’s a philosophy everyone realizes. So that’s why our brokers are willing to help a new broker come in and get things going.

To help you be successful.

HOW MUCH DO YOU WANT TO EARN?

The first thing I do when I get with a new broker is ask them what do you want? What are your goals? Where do you want to be when you retire and how are you going to get there? What are some of the things you want to do in your life?

It’s going to take money, so basically it comes down to figuring out how much money you want to make.

Do you want to make $35,000 a year or $100,000 a year? Are you willing to give the commitment to make that $100,000?

If so, we set up a plan to do it.

The whole thing is figuring out who you are going to contact, who are you going to talk to how are you going to build your business? Where are your sales going to come from?

Once we have answers to those questions, we go to work. Together.

As a real estate broker, you are basically solving problems. Buying houses, or any kind of real estate for that matter, is emotional. Things always come up. You want to help them through it. You have to know how to make mountains into molehills. Certain people are able to do that.

Be the calming effect in the middle of a storm. 

That’s what a realtor needs to be. A people person who is a calming type when everyone else is losing their head. That’s the type of person that would make a great realtor.

Interested? Call me.

You might be the person we are looking for.

Greg Johnson at (541) 672-1616.

greg@gstiles.com

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