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Book Review – The Virtual Office Model

Monday, June 28, 2010

What would you think of a major university where only 15% of its graduates went on to get a job?  Would you want to send your kids there?  Or what would you think of a brand of automobile if 9 out of every 10 sold broke down beyond repair in the first two years?  You probably wouldn’t rush right out and buy one, would you? What would you think of a football coach whose team went 2 and 12 for the season? I know… you probably wouldn’t want to buy season tickets.

Then let me ask you this: Would you choose to enter a career where 85% of all the people entering — smart people: college-educated, mature adults — failed miserably in their first two years, in spite of investing thousands of dollars in their education, skills training, and tools, no matter how hard they worked?  Well, don’t look now, but you already did!  Welcome to the real estate business.

Matt Jones, President and CEO of FavoriteAgent.com and author and syndicated columnist, began as a brand new REALTOR® in June of 2002.  In his first year in the business he listed 114 homes and closed $6.4 million dollars in a market where the average sale price was only $105,000.  Using just a few simple strategies, he rapidly grew his single agent practice to a large team and ultimately to become the largest company in his local market.

His new book, The Virtual Office Model, is one of the most impressive overviews of today’s real estate industry we’ve ever seen. While most agents today realize that our business is broken, few “experts” are offering any real solutions.  In this course, Matt offers solutions and gives specific answers to many of the questions that are lingering in the minds of most agents today.

Questions like: Where did all the customers go?  Is it destined to get tougher and tougher until I just quit?  Are the best days in the real estate business behind us?  Is there any hope for our industry?  What needs to be done to overcome the challenges of today’s real estate climate?

If you are an agent looking for answers to those questions and many more, you should waste no time in reading this new book — it will change your outlook on real estate forever!

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