We head to the Big Apple for Episode 42 of The Real Estate Sessions. Michael Meier, founder of Meier International, a boutique real estate brokerage in Manhattan, shares his story on the podcast. From door to door copier salesman to luxury… Continue Reading →
On Episode 41, Michelle Lind shares her story, detailing how she became interested in law as a career and the eventual transition to real estate law. As CEO of the largest trade association in Arizona, Michelle discusses the value AAR… Continue Reading →
Suzanne Roy, Director of Social Media & Industry Outreach at Move, Inc (REALTOR.com), takes the mic for Episode 40 of The Real Estate Sessions. Suzanne’s story starts in Canada with stops in England, Florida and eventually, Northern California where she… Continue Reading →
Dale Chumbley is part of the original RE.net. Dale was trying to figure out how to build relationships with MySpace until Facebook came along. A native of Vancouver, WA, Dale worked the “365 Things to do” strategy to perfection in… Continue Reading →
Leigh Brown, author of Outrageous Authenticity, joins the line-up at The Real Estate Sessions podcast. Leigh is in high demand on the real estate speaker circuit, and she squeezed in a few minutes for us at a Sky Club in… Continue Reading →
In Episode 33, Irene Catsibris Clary, founder of Catclar Investments, joins the roster of industry leaders on The Real Estate Sessions podcast. Irene runs a real estate development company. As a woman in a heavily male-dominated field, Irene has interesting… Continue Reading →
Chris Smith, co-founder of Curaytor and author of the just released The Conversion Code, joins us to share the story of his journey. Chris combines a love of technology with proven sales techniques. The results are impressive.
Episode 31 features up and coming Industry Leader Carli Hill of Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty. I met Carli early in her career and was impressed with her drive and passion. It is paying off as she continues to grow… Continue Reading →
Roger Banning is the rare REALTOR that chose this profession right out of college. Discover the path Roger followed from Alaska to ASU to RE/MAX Excalibur. The Real Estate Sessions returns to Arizona for this episode.
For Episode 27, we head back north in the Grand Canyon State. Lake Havasu City, famous for the London Bridge and Spring Break festivities, is the destination. We selected one of the area’s top REALTORS, Mary Roberts of Realty Executives…. Continue Reading →
Episode 24 features Jeff Chalmers of Ross Mortgage and CEO of REsults Consulting. A diehard Bostonian, Jeff brings a zeal for life to the real estate industry that is absolutely dynamic. Check it out for yourself in the media player below.
Barb Freestone is also known as The Queen of GRI. Find out why as she shares her story detailing her 30+ year career with the Arizona Association of REALTORS. Passionate about education, Barb clearly explains the value of learning in… Continue Reading →
Steve Redmond is our first guest from Southern Arizona. Steve lives and works in Tucson with Long Realty Company. Active at the local and state level, Steve also started the REBarCamp Tucson.
Episode 15 is like no other episode on The Real Estate Sessions podcast. The founders of TheBrokeAgent.com, Eric Simon and Wes Pinkston bring their unique point of view about the industry to TRES. Funny and insightful, they are quickly creating… Continue Reading →
Evan Fuchs, from the Great Northwest (of Arizona, that is) joins the cast for Episode 14. A past AAR president, Evan got the volunteer bug early in his career and strives to make his fellow REALTORS better.
Lucky no. 13 is Bill Lublin, a gentleman, scholar and all-around nice guy. Bill is heavily involved with NAR and their EPro and Tech Edge programs. He is also an unabashed ComicCon nerd.
Gene Urban joins TRES podcast for episode 12. Gene recently retired from transactional real estate and is currently spending some time in Thailand working on website development. Gene is a pioneer in Phoenix with his work on UrbanConnectionRealty.com. He is… Continue Reading →