George Pottenkulam is a lead buyer's agent with one of the top real estate teams in northeast Florida, and he is a cornerstone of the Welch team. Today we'll uncover his career path, how he manages his team, and how he approaches selling homes during...
George Pottenkulam is a lead buyer's agent with one of the top real estate teams in northeast Florida, and he is a cornerstone of the Welch team. Today we'll uncover his career path, how he manages his team, and how he approaches selling homes during the busiest time of year. He will also show how important it is to maintain a good relationship with your sphere of influence and how slowly starting out can help you build relationships and develop a sphere of influence. This can be done through activities such as volunteering, attending community events, and reaching out to people you know. Once these relationships are built, the agent can then focus on selling properties. George will also share some tips on how to manage your agents best and how to keep them motivated and focused.
[00:01 - 13:49] Opening Segment
[13:50 - 29:11] Mindset of a New Agent
[29:12 - 39:47] Common Mistakes that Agents Make
[39:47 - 50:41] Team Growth through Education and Consistency
[50:42 - 60:07] The Welch Team and George's Tips for Agents
[60:08 - 63:31] Closing Segment
"The only way we're ever going to expand our knowledge is to expand our base. And that's what's most important for anybody who is any business." - George Pottenkulam
"If you're new to real estate, find a team that works well for you because that is your easiest way to learn, educate, experience everything that you're going to need to be successful in real estate." - George Pottenkulam
Connect with George through LinkedIn, Facebook, and YouTube, or email him at email@example.com.
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