I liked the fact that they are at least talking about what to generally expect when you become an agent. However I got no original "how-to's" from this book, it was very repetitive.
I felt I had to give it a try because of so few other real estate agent books available with descent reviews. Now that I have gone through it I am left feeling incredibly underwhelmed. Realistically it's a 3 star book.
I have read many Real Estate Book, but this book is amazing. If you follow the structure and layout that is explained by the author will be successful. The plan is very real and achievable. I really liked the book and recommending it to all Real Estate Professionals to read it.
Really great book for RE brokers, it makes the point that if you apply yourself and hold yourself responsible you can succeed in the the business of RE sales, Aim High.
I greatly enjoyed The Millionaire Real Estate Agent. This book re-energized me about the industry and provided great information.
You can't fault the authors' passion and enthusiasm for the industry and they clearly revel in sharing their ideas. However, the industry has changed since most of its material was compiled in the 90's. There is no mention of anything that really challenges the real estate professional in today's market beyond basic business practices. It's a "what you should do" book and not a "how to to do it" book. I did enjoy the real-life stories at the end but again they're from around 2002 and I'd like to hear how they're surviving today. This book inspired me but didn't help me beyond keeping my dream of achieving greater success.
I like the fact that they segmented the book. Think it, earn it, net it. Then the case studies brought it all together! I read this 3 years ago and revisited it because I felt I was in a slump. Now I realized that it has to be a business model not a self employed model; which I have been doing for the last 2 years.