940: RERR Highlights – The Best Real Estate Podcast Clips of November 2020

December 3, 2020

How will a Biden-Harris presidency impact real estate markets? What habits can you change to make 2021 your business’ best year yet? Discover the answers to these questions and more on this special Real Estate Rockstars episode featuring the best real estate podcast clips of November 2020.

Listen to today’s show and learn:

  • How election results will impact real estate [00:57]
  • The biggest real estate opportunities in 2021 [2:16]
  • Coltyn’s strategy for converting from SOI [4:28]
  • Coltyn’s construction services for sellers [6:13]
  • Why taxes might not increase under Biden [8:44]
  • The Biden-Harris housing plan [9:38]
  • Aaron’s closing thoughts on 2020 [10:43]
  • How to build trust with potential clients [12:02]
  • Good Talk, Great Sales by Robert Paolini [15:49]
  • Delinquencies continue to rise [16:17]
  • How a vaccine could negatively impact home affordability [17:29]
  • Will people return to big cities when there’s a vaccine? [18.:42]
  • Are digital closings and virtual open houses here to stay? [19:00]
  • Jamie’s journey to 42 doors while holding a full-time job [19:48]
  • Doubling down on habits during lockdown [20:59]
  • Small habits that generate BIG results [22:52]
  • The story behind RentRedi [25:27]
  • Ryan’s Goals for RentRedi [27:04]
  • Ryan’s Advice for entrepreneurs [27:54]

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-Aaron Amuchastegui

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