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postheadericon Brad Roemer, The Only Real Estate Agent You Will Ever Need

Most real estate agents tend to be working solo, always scrambling in a hurry, and thusly having poor knowledge of the market and very little time for training and self-improvement. That’s because the job of a real estate agent is really multiple jobs: analyst, salesperson, tour guide, receptionist, social media manager and marketer. In no other business would any of these jobs all be taken by one person! And yet realtors do this all the time and it makes no sense. Would you go to a doctor that claims to be skilled at everything in medicine, or would you go to a specialist in the specific condition? Same goes for real estate agents. So if he job doesn’t make sense to do alone…why not do it in a team?

 

Brad Roemer and his excellent team deliver amazing results

 

Brad Roemer isn’t just one of Oakland’s top real estate agents on his own. He’s combined his extensive prior experience as a realtor for Sotheby’s and his bachelors in business education together with the experience of three expert teammates Layla Johnson, Kassandra Parker and Tim Kane. And  a team does it best. Having a team means that Roemer can do more and better research for you as a buyer and it also means that you can have much more representation as a seller, i.e. the brokers will be able to reach more people than if you hadn’t.

 

More on Roemer

 

Roemer graduated from UC Davis with a Bachelors in business and immediately after, he went and got his real estate license. He then worked as a Sotheby’s broker for more than five years and really proved himself. He was put in charge of a number of people and helped lead them to meet the quarterly and yearly sales goals. After the five years at Sotheby’s he branched out to work on his own.

postheadericon Kevin Sheehan’s Top 5 Business Book Picks For You This Summer

Go ahead and check out Kevin Sheehan’s long and storied career history. Sheehan has played many high-level roles at multiple firms including positions like Chief FInancial Officer, Chief Executive Officer, Boardmember and Chairman. He is credited with his incredible ability to turn around companies and make them perform super well. Sheehan has more than 20 years of Board of Director Experience at many multinational firms and has received a lot of recognition. He’s been named the EY entrepreneur of the year, Miami’s Ultimate CEO, and has been on a hilarious episode of Undercover Boss where an employee recognizes him and he almost blows his cover, but is narrowly spared and allowed to continue with his duties as a fake employee at his own company. Sheehan is an avid reader and we asked him what are his book picks for the summer. Here are his top choices.

 

Your Best Year Ever, By Michael Hyatt

 

This book is all about setting and achieving your life goals. It gives you the guidelines you need to change your behaviour in such a way that you are more likely to achieve your goals. We all know that as humans we don’t have perfect free will, sometimes distractions get the best of us, we must work on discipline instead. This book is a great introduction into the techniques to build focus and accountability with oneself. Moreover it isn’t written by any old author, it’s written by Michael Hyatt, the former Chairman and CEO of Thomas Nelson Publishers.

 

The Right — And Wrong — Stuff’ By Carter Cast

 

They say entrepreneurs shouldn’t be afraid to fail, but it’s easier said than done. We all tell ourselves “oh it won’t happen to me” as we do with the risk of car accidents or other such risks in life, but in truth it takes years and years to build a reputation and only a moment to break it. This book is an inspiring retelling of Carter Cast’s rise, fall and renewed rise to prominence in the business world.

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