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Find Your Future Career in Treu Group Real Estate


We’d like to an extend a new career opportunity to you.

One of my favorite words is opportunity, and I’m excited about the one we’re presenting to you today. If you want the chance to help more clients, offer great service, and make more money, we’d like to extend our opportunity to you.

A sad part of the real estate profession is that over 80% of new agents don’t make it past their first year. Even worse, many agents are struggling financially. People think the solution to these problems is having more leads, but leads are not the issue. Many agents get adequate leads from their companies and still can’t make it work.

Thankfully, we can help you achieve what you desire. 

No, we’re not for everyone; we’re an opportunity for those who want to work hard, deliver great care to their clients, fit with our culture, and of course, have the ability to sell something. If this sounds like you, let’s sit down and talk. 

Even if you aren’t an agent, we have wonderful administrative and support opportunities for non-sales people. We also have marketing, closing, and assistant positions. So even if you’re just looking to grow your skills or learn new ones, we want to provide you with the opportunity for a long-term career of growth and experience. 

Here’s what we’re looking for:

  • Marketing Director
  • Closing Team Members
  • New and Experienced Agents
We want to provide you with the opportunity for a long-term career of growth and experience.
We invite you to take our video online interview—we just want to get to know you a little bit more. From here, we’ll be able to explore what opportunities we can provide for you. 

If you have any questions or would like more information, feel free to contact us. We look forward to hearing from you.

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Is It Time to Shake Up Your Career and Life?


Complacency is no way to go through life or to build a business. Here is what you need to do to combat it. 

Today we are going to talk about the biggest danger to your career whether you are in sales, real estate, or you're a business owner: complacency.

One of the biggest roadblocks for business owners and salespeople alike is complacency, or the contentment with what you have. We are not talking about never being satisfied, we are talking about doing the same thing day after day and expecting things to change.

If you are feeling complacent and have been noticing that your life is the same right now as it was one year ago, I have some advice. Pick one area of your life where you would like to improve. Maybe it is your physical health, relationships, or career. Then set a goal that is going to cause you to grow, stretch, change, and do something new or different. 
Let me know what you are going to do to get out of complacency.

For example, let’s say you have never been able to run before and you want to be able to do that. Sign up for a 5k race, then start training for it. This will cause you to get out of complacency in this one area, which will impact all the areas of your life.

I would love to hear what you are going to do to get out of complacency. What is that one thing you are going to try to do? Share with us below and let us know.

If you have any questions for me in the meantime, I am always here to answer your phone call or email. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

What’s the Key to a Successful Real Estate Career?


Most people who get into real estate fail within the first couple of years, but I’d love to share with you the reality of what it takes to be successful and have a long-term real estate career. 

Did you know that 80% to 82% of all businesses fail within the first couple of years? That’s a lot, right? Only 3% of all businesses last more than five years. Having been in a real estate career since 1989, those numbers amaze me. 

How does real estate compare to other businesses, though? As a matter of fact, real estate agents have a bigger challenge—our failure rates is 87%. Why? 

First of all, I think people get into real estate because they assume that because they love homes, they must be a great agent. Real estate is not just about loving homes, though. We’re not buying them—we’re selling them. 

The first reason I think most real estate agents fail is they don’t realize that being a real estate agent is a sales job. You need to have great skills, be willing to get on the phone, meet with people, and build relationships. 

The second reason is most of them get into real estate because they want freedom. They already have a job, but they don’t want the same constraints as that previous job. What you realize if you have a successful business is schedules and processes equal freedom—not the other way around. If you talk to a lot of people in real estate, they’ll tell you they never have a day off or take a vacation, or if they take one, they’re on the phone the whole time. To me, that’s not freedom. A schedule is freedom. 

The third and final reason most agents fail is they don’t have a system or a process. 

If you’re thinking about getting into real estate and you’re excited about it, I’d love to share with you the reality of what it takes to be successful and have a long-term career. Real estate is a great career. Like I said, I’ve been doing it since 1989, and I love it every day. However, it’s not about houses—it’s about people. 

If you’d like to explore real estate or just discuss business practices, I’d love to chat with you. Just give me a call and let’s make this year the best ever.