8 Simple Ways to Make Your Online Realtor Coaching Program More Tangible

Here’s the problem, regardless of the “real value” we all have a difficult time paying a lot of money for something that we can’t hold, touch, pack away in the basement. And your Realtor mentor program or Realtor coaching products often fall into that category. It’s like insurance, yes logically we know we need it but if you have ever been in a position where you were paying for your entire insurance out of pocket (no employer help) it’s highly likely you were on the leanest most basic plan available, right? You had to buy it because you know that you and your family needed it but it’s expensive and it’s not easy to fork out a lot of dough on something you can’t see and you don’t know if you will actually use, so if you were paying for the whole amount yourself you likely went the frugal route. This is how your real estate agents often feel about your coaching program.

They know that they need it, and they are pretty sure that they will actually use it, but wow it’s tough to pay so much for something that you can’t see, feel, and hold in your hand. One of your biggest challenges is to create a Realtor mentor program that you can see, hold, touch, without diluting your “virtual” advantages.

First of all what are your “virtual” advantages?

They are all the advantages you get from keeping your Realtor coaching program as online as possible. Here are a few:

1. Ability to change quickly

2. No inventory

3. Easy market testing with instant feedback

4. Very minimal overhead costs

Here are some ways to make your Realtor coaching program, more like a “widget” without damaging these advantages.

1. Do not only name your program, but also name every system within your program. It’s not the “client service system” it’s the “Gold Client Satisfaction System”.

2. Mail a welcome package to each new client containing a variety of printed materials, CD’s and DVD’s.

3. Use your logo to brand each individual system.

4. Provide video versions of any tutorials that you can.

5. Provide audio versions of any tutorials that are too long to make videos of, these are in addition to the written version.

6. Consider having some essential audio’s burned onto CD’s and sent to your members.

7. Print and mail a monthly newsletter to your members.

8. Provide graduation certificates to those who have successfully completed the program.

Even though they are small steps, these little changes will help to solidify your Realtor coaching program as a tangible product for your clients. Each item included in the section can be easily outsourced and is relatively inexpensive and easily adaptable compared to the typical “home training” course. You are able to still keep 99% of your training online while still giving your new clients “physical evidence” of the coaching program that they purchased. This is an important step in helping them get past the emotion challenge of purchasing a “virtual program” and do what’s best for their career.

Are you ready to take the next step toward turning your Realtor skills into profitable information products and automated continuity programs that can earn you massive (and practically passive) income?

I will lay out for you the step-by-step process I used to build a highly automated coaching company that generated over $50,000.00 per MONTH (with practically no overhead), in less than 4 years.

This includes:How to choose your specialty, systematize it, market it and deliver it to your clients, all served to you on a silver spoon.

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How to Go About Choosing a Realtor

Weather you need to buy or sell a house or property, choosing a realtor is you first and most important step. This can make a big difference in how smoothly your transaction goes and maybe even a difference in the price.

If you are a buyer and are interested in a specific house, you can go with the realtor that is handling that sale on the buyer side. While this takes the decision of choosing a Realtor to represent you out of your hands it may not always be the best way to go. Before you make any purchase you should check out the realtor and know who you are dealing with as well as understand they are also representing the buyer and it is hard to represent both sides at times.

If you are selling a house it is important to know that your realtor has a good reputation, is trust worthy, and knows what they are doing. You may want to check and see what the average commission is for your area and know that having a good realtor is well worth paying a few dollars more. They are more likely to be able to sell your property quickly and with less fuss than some of their competitors.

A lot of realtors specialize in the buyer market. This means they can show you houses in your price range that meet your requirements. They can also advise you on who may be the best person to use in for a mortgage loan, which can also help you get the best mortgage rates available in your area. Buyer agents are more likely to know the value of the properties in the areas you are interested in buying and help get you the best deal possible.

No matter your reasons for looking for a realtor you will want to choose one that is right for you. You can best do this by asking friends and family who have recently used a realtor to buy or sell property or find several on the internet that you can talk to and interview. Most reputable realtors will have an online presence with a lot of good information so you can do a lot of research online before ever making the call.

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