Episode 57

Ep# 57: How this Loan Officer Made $6K Teaching His First Class

I often say that success with Realtors many times comes down to the Law of Large Numbers. Most officers simply aren't getting in front of enough realtors and when they do they are looking and sounding like every other loan officer in town. So on this episode we're coming back to talk about and why I believe it is the number one way for you to capture and convert real estate is profitable. I'm so excited to Brandt Sthor's story on this episode. He gave his very FIRST CLASS EVER and got two loans and made six thousand dollars in commissions from his very first class. What other method of prospecting agents can you meet less than 10 agents and get two loans referred you from that one class and make $6000? If you want to get started teaching Agent classes, check out to learn more about a complete blueprint for success - just like Brandt did! In this interview, you’ll learn: How to Get Started Teaching Agent Classes The Magic of Teaching vs Selling How Brandt Made $6K from His First Agent Class Lessons Learned from Brandt's First Class Thanks for listening!

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Geoff Zimpfer

Geoff Zimpfer is a former national sales trainer with Tony Robbins and has been in the real estate industry since 2003. As a mortgage originator he consistently ranked among the top 5% in production nationwide. After ten years in production Geoff accepted a position as a National Sales Trainer with a top ten direct lender. He’s the host of the highly rated podcast Mortgage Marketing Radio, celebrating its fifth year and surpassing 500,000 downloads. He’s the author of two books; Instant Referrals for Mortgage Professionals and his most recent book is Disrupt or Die: How to Survive and Thrive the Digital Real Estate Shift.