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Jere Metcalf Podcast, top real estate agents tell how they do it

Interviews with the world’s most renowned and best real estate agents around the country and the world. They tell their stories, how they got into the business and what has made them successful in one of the oldest and most competitive industries. Live every Thursday at 10:30am at Facebook.com/JereMetcalfHomes. Jere is a top real estate agent in Atlanta, GA, with Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty, with awards such as “Best Realtor in Atlanta". She is a highly sought-after real estate agent who, while overseeing her growing real estate business focused on the prestigious areas of Buckhead and Brookhaven, speaks to, teaches, enjoys and is reignited by assisting other real estate agents to reach their own goals.
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Mar 29, 2019

Today I’m talking to Marcia and Patrick Lafferty of Compass in Downtown West Palm Beach. Thirteen years ago they started in real estate with no money and no connections. They grew their business to what is today a team closing over $40 million a year. The leads they generate for their business and their team are through a website and marketing platform they began building when they started the business. Those leads now account for over 85% of the business that their team closes. Not only do they have a lead generating machine for their team, they have created a team that brings on new agents to train and retain. Today we talk about how to build a lead generating team that trains and retains.

Mar 22, 2019

Today I’m talking to Erin Krueger with Compass in Nashville, Tennessee. Erin has been ranked number 1 in Tennessee and number 15 in the nation for selling the most homes. She took that success and parlayed it into building a successful real estate team that is currently nationally ranked in the top 200 teams in the country. She has been honored with multiple awards in the industry, including America's Best by Real Trends. She has sold over half a billion dollars in real estate in her career. In 2017, she sold nearly $90 million. In 2018, she sold over $100 million, and is on track for growth in 2019. Today we talk about how to build a team for 450+ transactions a year.

Mar 15, 2019

Today I'm talking to Jessica Northrop in Denver, Colorado. She is a 1% producing broker in her market. Jessica entered her real estate career over 24 years ago. She entered real estate at 18 years old and hustled her way to success. The recession, a divorce, and a shift in her habits resulted in a slump in her career. In 2013, she made a decision to relaunch her career and achieve the success she wanted. She went from $6.5 million in sales to over $42 million in sales per year. Today, we talk about how to relaunch your career to new heights.

Mar 7, 2019

Today I'm talking with Matt Breitenbach with Compass in the Hamptons. Since entering his real estate career at 22 years old, he has sold over $1.5 billion in real estate and has over twelve years experience representing celebrity and luxury real estate clients. His most recent notable sales include the representation of  Truman Capote's original Hamptons estate and the sale of NBA superstar's Jason Kidd's Watermill Home. His reputation is for consistently carrying one of the most impressive luxury listing portfolios in the marketplace. Matt was most recently recognized and ranked by the Wall Street Journal as one of the top brokers in the country. Today we talk about billionaire and high profile clients, what's most important when working with them.

Mar 1, 2019

Today I’m talking to Annette Akers in New York City on the west side with Compass. She’s been an agent for only 5 years and is already making big sales and has a video series continuing to make traction and grow her business. She says it’s about creating something people will miss. Today we talk about how she does it.

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