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Things are not normal right now.

Remember, ‘normal’ is what you’re used to, not necessarily how it ought to be.

While things are all messed up, we’re here to help.

Here are the last 3 blog posts if you want to dive right in. We’re helping mentor new and struggling agents. All are welcome but that’s the focus.

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I’m Angry Too!

My friend says he's angry. He's not the only one. I suspect we're angry for different reasons but I also ...
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We are here, now.

One response to my post yesterday was to be asked for an apology. Not for the post and honestly, I'm ...
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Now what?

We all saw the violence on the Capitol yesterday and I have been listening to the news about it and ...
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Keep reading if you want to talk

I’m an associate broker with Keller Williams. I’ve been here since 2003 and have worked by referral from the start. I enjoy mentoring agents who want to work by referral too. It’s how I started. No cold calls, no expired listings, and no door knocking. I wanted a mentor or coach who would help but I wasn’t able to find one for my first year. My hope is I can help you if you need it.

To put things in perspective, you can easily handle over 50 deals a year with an assistant and a transaction coordinator. You can get that much business from a database of about 150-200 quality contacts if you work it consistently.

If you need help with buyers you can add a showing assistant to increase your efficiency without sacrificing income. In fact, these 3 positions ought to be your first new hires when you have enough business.

All that said, we’re still transitioning from what used to be ‘normal’ to what will be ‘normal’. This is still not normal. Some say we will have to live with this virus for a while and I suspect we will but we don’t have to live with the flu virus from 1918. This shall pass eventually.

Interest rates are really low, many folks are finding they have less in geographic restrictions and that helps with the lower inventory as they look farther out than what used to be a ‘normal’ commute. There will be more changes coming.

Remember, ‘normal’ is what you’re used to, not necessarily how it ought to be.

We’re likely to be in transition from the old ‘normal’ to a new ‘normal’ for a while and if you’re isolated due to the pandemic it might be helpful to talk to someone.

I’m here and I’ll talk with you.

I mean it.

If you want to schedule a call you can click on this link. It will take you to a calendar where you can request a 30-minute time block. I’ll accept and we’ll get on Google Meet to talk face to face. We can go longer than 30 minutes too but we might need to schedule another time.

It’s free and it might just help if you’re stuck. No strings, no pitch, just someone to listen and maybe get you unstuck.

I’m here if you want to reach out.

I hope you will.

Thanks for listening,
Jerry Robertson