1156: What You Don’t Learn in Real Estate School With Cheyenne McGriff

June 29, 2023

What you learn in real estate school will help you pass your licensure exam, but it won’t prepare you for running a real estate business. On today’s podcast with 30 Under 30 Honoree Cheyenne McGriff, we discuss what you don’t learn in real estate school. Tune in for tips that will help you get a running start with your new real estate career. In addition to covering where to get business, we discuss dual agency, mentorship, and the benefits of being transparent with clients.

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Listen to today’s show and learn:

  • About Cheyenne McGriff [4:47]
  • One of the benefits of real estate: flexibility [6:29]
  • Putting family first [8:57]
  • Scaling with your sphere [9:51]
  • Representing both sides in a real estate transaction [12:22]
  • Why the support of a team is so important [19:16]
  • What it’s like working with a seasoned agent [21:02]
  • The No. 1 thing Cheyenne learned from her real estate mentor [22:31]
  • How to avoid bad real estate deals [23:50]
  • The problem with real estate classes [26:39]
  • An alternative to transaction coordinators [27:45]
  • The benefits of buyer’s agents [28:59]
  • How Cheyenne McGriff got into real estate [31:36]
  • Cheyenne’s advice for new real estate agents [36:53]
  • Learning by doing in real estate [39:22]
  • Where to find and follow Cheyenne McGriff [41:28]

Cheyenne McGriff

Cheyenne McGriff is a 20-something small town girl who left a stable career that she liked to pursue entrepreneurship and building a life that she loves. Cheyenne is a wife, a dog mom and a singer. She is a connector, a community builder and a full time REALTOR. She is a South Dakotan, through and through.

Cheyenne says ‘Ope way too often. She loves that they have more cows than people. Cheyenne constantly waves at strangers. She brags about living in the beautiful Black Hills and Badlands.

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