Think back to your childhood for a moment.
Remember how easy it was to understand the world you lived in?
Up wasn’t down, good couldn’t be bad and wrong could never be right any day of the week.
Things were simple then because you understood how to make sense of it in the clearest of terms.
And the one term every kid knew well was “HERO“.
From infant to adolescence, every book, television show and movie reinforced it in our minds.
And the older we got, the greater our admiration grew for The Hero who exhibited incredible feats of strength in our lives.
So what happens when children grow up and buy or sell a house for the first time?
Are you the hero?
Broker real estate transactions long enough and you realize you have to pick a side if you’re going to succeed in this business.
Only the brazen among us would attempt to represent both parties in a deal and expect to make both sides happy.
Picking a side shows you’re only interested in the outcome of the party you represent.
Especially when …
- A Seller needs a Strategist
- A Buyer needs a Tactician
- A Landlord needs an Analyst, and
- A Renter needs an Advocate
A real estate hero knows she can’t be all of the above to everyone in the same deal.
Her focus on details depends on how she interprets their effect on the side she represents.
She cares how she handles the process because she knows there’s no room for error.
And she owes that and other keen insights to a special group of people whose company and networking made it possible to grow her real estate practice.
Long before she became the hero …
She spent time among people who were skilled, knowledgeable and experienced in all aspects of their real estate profession.
They shared market insights, best practices and effective techniques for building successful outcomes for the people she would represent one day.
They explained the necessity for being loyal to the side she represents and outlined how she could put her super powers to work for their good.
In addition, they showed how their reputation preceded them and explained how it gave them a clear advantage.
But the most important lesson she learned from all the time she spent …
The company you keep can affect your success
So where are real estate heroes made
Heroes aren’t born … they’re made.
Circumstances can produce a hero but that’s the kind you read about in books, see on television shows and movie screens.
The heroes you want in real life make the hard look easy, the complex seem simple and the impossible feel within reach.
That’s the job of a real estate hero.
And you’ll find them at New York Realty Professionals. We’re an organization that helps entrepreneurs and independent business owners to succeed in the real estate business.
Anybody can get a real estate license but only a few can be the hero in a real estate deal.
If you’re ready to be the hero then click here to see how we can help make that possible because know what it takes.