Running a successful real estate brokerage firm is a juggling act. You need expertise in your practice area to provide services to clients. You also need the know-how to run a small business. You've probably been well prepared by your education or experience for the technical ins and outs of operating a real estate brokerage. Yet what training has prepared you to run a business? The E-Myth Real Estate Brokerage fills this knowledge gap, giving you a complete toolkit for either starting a real estate company from scratch or maximizing an existing company's performance. Loaded with practical, powerful advice you can easily use, this one-stop guide helps you realize all the benefits that come with a thriving real estate brokerage.
Combining the wisdom of renowned business-development expert Michael E. Gerber and the real-estate-broker expertise of Richard A. Rector, The E-Myth Real Estate Brokerage equips you to:
Leading a real estate brokerage can seem like a daunting task, with too few hours in the day, too many petty management issues, and a constant struggle to create and implement systems to help you grow. The E-Myth Real Estate Brokerage offers you a road map to create a financial-advisory business that's self-sufficient, growing, and highly profitable. Take your brokerage to levels you didn't think possible with this unique guide!
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I would recommend this book to anyone who has just started in Real Estate
Yes, but the jumping back and forth between narrators drove me nuts.
It was a good listen
I've read and enjoyed both E-Myth Revisted and E-Myth Mastery. I believe both of these books are worth a read. Maybe it's because I had high expectation after reading E Myth Revisted, but this truly was a let down and a waste of time. The problem with this book is that its so elementary, that I believe only a true novice agent would get anything out of it, I can't see how a broker or an owner of a brokerage company that has survived the last 5 years of the current market, will gain any insite from this book.
AlsoI found the constant marketing plugs for Realty Executive annoying.
E-Myth Revisted covered most these concepts. The rest of the book was an advertisement for Realty Executives. Bummer.
And what was with the "Open & Close" chant when talking about change and the oneness with all. I though I was listening to a Deepak Chopra book.
Richard Reactor adds no value to the concept.
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