Sunday, April 02, 2006

Real Estate Book

The book is called 'The Millionaire Real Estate Agent' but then right on the cover it says 'it's not about the money." Sure. :-( Picture taken while at Borders tonight.


  1. He should have been drowned at birth.

  2. Just to be clear here, I have no affiliation with Gary Keller or his company. He is the founder of Keller Williams Realty, a large national franchise (may not be in your market) based in Texas and his book is really aimed as a training guide for agents. The only millionaire in the system is Gary Keller. I haven't read it, but I understand it is a road map for an agent to differentiate themselves from the million plus other people in the real estate business.

  3. A better choice would be "House Poor: Pumped up prices, rising rates, and mortgages on steroids" by June Fletcher.
    The title says it all.....

  4. Actually, the book is pretty good. It outlines how to run your real estate career as a business and breaks the business into measurable units.

    If you read the into you would see that even the author states that the title is stupid but that "it made you pick up a copy, right."

    It is not a get rich quick book at all - it acutally has real useful information and helped me quadruple my production in one year.

    Most useful book there is on running a real estate business.

    FYI: I am not associated with Keller Williams in any way.

  5. this is the best book on the market to describe how to run a successful real estate business.

    the title is stupid but he uses it as a way to describe what you need to do:

    1) first get a million dollars in sales volume

    2) second get a million in gross commission income

    3) third get a million in passive income from agents underneath you

    the key point i took from the book is that the business of real estate agents is LEAD GENERATION


    your complete lack of understanding of the book shows how shallow your analysis of everything you put on this site. plus your constant shilling in the comment sections of each and every real estate related blog in the world is really annoying.