Discover your opportunity for a better life in the real estate business…
- Stop worrying about where your next sale is coming from
- Stop cutting your commission
- Stop holding open houses
- Stop prospecting
- Stop wasting time with pretend buyers
- Lock in consistent, predictable streams of commission checks
- Start serving clients at a higher level
- Take back control over your clients, your time, and enjoy life
- Be the envy of every other real estate agent in your market
Dear Fellow Real Estate Professional,
Below, I’ll show you exactly how you can have the same system that I built—after investing thousands of dollars and thousands of hours in trial and error—set up and put to work for you, done for you, to dramatically change your immediate commission income and future banked commission income (and the way that you make it) for the better.
My name is James Orr. I am a 41-year-old REALTOR® in Northern Colorado. I have two college age sons, a wife and a dog that I love to spend time with (photo to the right). As a real estate broker, I own a three-and-a-quarter person real estate brokerage called James Orr Real Estate Services LLC. It is not what anyone would ever consider a traditional real estate office. My company is just me and my wife plus two assistants—one full time and one that does a handful of hours a week. However, you don’t need a spouse working with you or assistants to do what I do.
When I first got into real estate, I experienced the traditional feast and famine cycles that many sales professionals suffer through. I studied and tried just about every real estate book, course, and seminar out there searching for a solution. Maybe you’ve studied some of the same material by Tom Hopkins, Brian Tracy, Craig Proctor, Brian Buffini, Ninja Selling, Chet Holmes, Jay Abraham, Dan Kennedy, Mike Ferry, Tony Robbins, and many more. Sure, each one taught me something, but it wasn’t until mid-2015 that I discovered the strategy that helped my sales almost double (commission checks as proof below).
Now, I have traded in chasing down clients like a madman herding cats and the self-inflicted torture of prospecting, to serving clients at such a high level that they seek me out in order to work with me. I spend most of my time on my passion of creating tools, writing, and teaching classes. I probably spend 2 or 3 days a week actually brokering properties for clients. While I still show houses, it is almost exclusively to serious buyers that either have bought, or are planning to buy, multiple homes from me. I rarely list homes, except for clients I’m especially fond of and usually only after they’ve convinced me they shouldn’t keep the property as a rental. My clients are almost exclusively actively working on acquiring multi-million dollar real estate portfolios and I now consider many of them my best friends—how bad is it to help 50 or more friends become multi-millionaires with tons of free time to travel and enjoy life as clients? I don’t have to answer every call at inconvenient times or instantly return voicemails for fear a client will call another real estate agent they know.
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