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There's Gold In Them Thar Hills! Becoming a Better Prospector (4/8

by | Apr 01, 2014


Tuesday, April 8, 2014 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PDT

How do you currently do your prospecting? Maybe you knock on doors, actively network, host seminars, even hit the local social hotspots in your community?

Whatever you do, it's almost universally agreed that both the number and quality of the leads or prospects you generate, determines the lion's share of your success in real estate. That's what makes this webinar so important...

Josh Flagg, star of Bravo TV's Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles, is about to join Bob in a brand new webinar to discuss some of the most powerful strategies he has ever discovered in prospecting his way to real estate fortune. It's sure to deliver business-changing prospecting strategies that those at the very top of the game use.

Josh will reveal:

  • What prospecting really is—and a powerful new way to think about it.
  • The little-known difference between Marketing and Prospecting (and how to greatly improve both areas)
  • The "accidental lie" most agents tell themselves that ruin their prospecting efforts
  • Powerful ways to get in front of more quality leads, more often—almost immediately

This event is going to fill up fast. It's not often that someone like Josh gives away so much valuable information for free. This is your chance to learn directly from someone who has used his prospecting skills as the foundation for a very successful real estate business.

Register now!

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