In this course you will down-load a Google-Docs spreadsheet that you will use for the rest of your real estate career. This spreadsheet is included in the tuition for this course and does not cost the $30 - $90 per MONTH that many real estate CRMs charge.
This course will cover the 3 basic components of the TRANS-TRAC System:
1.) TRANSACTION BOARD - originally created on a 4'x8' white-board the author hung on his office wall to manage 10 closings per month, this board is now digitized and can be shared between agents in the field and transaction coordinators in the office.
2.) PROCEDURES MANUAL - linked to each of the steps on the board are detailed (and customizable) instructions for completing every step need from the time you get a listing or purchase contract signed right through cashing your commission check.
3.) CONTACT SHEET - also linked to the transaction board are detailed contact sheets for each transaction, giving you and/or your assistant(s) fingertip-access to important phone numbers, emails, escrow #'s and more...
This course will walk you through every step of building and managing a thriving real estate business.
I've had students ask about where and how to add additional contacts for transactions, such as attorneys, inspectors or home warranty companies. You now have 2 resources to help with that issue:
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Brad B. Gustafson
Brad grew up in Duluth, MN and received his BA in Economics from Carleton College in Northfield, MN. After moving to Las Vegas, NV in 1991 he entered the Real Estate industry in October of 1993. In addition to being a top listing agent and marketing specialist, Brad was an advanced level Sales Trainer for new recruits. He analyzed the market, predicted the impending wave of foreclosures and contracted with Bank of America to market their REO properties in late 2006. Using the TRANS-TRAC System, Brad's team closed 75 deals per year during the foreclosure boom. Brad and his wife are currently located in beautiful San Luis Obispo, CA.