May 17, 2022
In real estate, the courses that get us qualified don’t teach us everything we need to know - in fact, they barely scratch the surface. This is an industry with so much depth, and we have to learn as much as we can to have staying power.
Right now, there are more real estate agents in the industry than ever before, but most won’t last long. They don’t commit to learning beyond their initial training.
What does it take to stay in the business for years, and even decades? How do we set a vision and follow through?
In this episode, I’m joined by broker and Chicago Agent's Rookie of the Year nominee Tiffany Willis-Johnson. She shares how she sold 30 homes in her first year, and we talk about how to set yourself up for success from day 1 in real estate.
Three Things You’ll Learn In This Episode
- The power of starting with the end in mind
How do we unlock big opportunities by strategically affiliating ourselves with the right people?
- Why I set up 13 streams of income
How do you build a business you can take everywhere you go?
- How to stabilize our income
What steps can we take to cushion the blow if a deal falls apart?
Tiffany Willis-Johnson is a seasoned Executive turned Real Estate Broker was nominated as Chicago Agent's South Suburban Rookie of the Year in 2021 closing more than 30 transactions her first year in real estate.
Tiffany started investing in real estate at 22, and by 26 she owned 3 properties and managed her friends and families real estate. She founded Willis Property Management in 2005 but returned to corporate after the market crashed in 2008.
With more than 20 years of corporate experience, she’s lead teams across the country in various industries: real estate (Realogy Group/NRT), consulting (McKinsey & Co, Brunswick Group), investment banking (Mesirow Financial, BMO Harris), education (Perspectives Charter Schools), non for profit (Chicago Scholars) and even started her career in the United States Federal Government.