As an agent, it is your job to not only take the time to study for your license exam in order to become a real estate agent, but it is also your job to study techniques on how to become the best agent you can be. Learning techniques on how to make it in a cut-throat industry comes from reading real estate success books.
Here are 5 real estate success books every agent should read:
By: Hal Elrod, Michael J. Maher, Michael Reese, and Jay Kinder
Feeling unfulfilled by their careers, real estate agent Rick Masters and mortgage professional Michelle Phillips decide to attend an event to help them transform their lives. Discover the secret that transformed their lives in just 30 days so that you too can transform yours!
The Honest Real Estate Agent: A Training Guide For a Successful First Year and Beyond as a Real Estate Agent
By: Mario Jannatpour
Passing your real estate license test doesn't mean you will automatically be a successful agent once you're out in the real world. Jannatpour shares some tips to help you succeed in such a cut throat industry.
By: Gary Keller
Everything in life changes and the real estate industry is no different. No matter how the situation changes, it can drastically change your business. SHIFT explains 12 proven strategies for achieving success in any real estate market so that you can always be prepared.
By: Dirk Zeller
Avoid some of the common rookie mistakes and get ahead of your competition during your first year in real estate. Zeller shares some of the top success strategies that will help you hit the ground running.
By: Willie Miranda
Learn how to create a profitable business while still being able to have a balanced life outside of the office. Miranda shares his referral and real estate system so that you can maximize your potential as an agent.
It doesn’t matter if you are new to the industry or if you are a seasoned vet, everyone can benefit from a real estate success book. See what helpful insights you can take away from people who have been through some of the struggles that you face everyday. Who knows, maybe you could write your own book about being successful in the industry.