How to Become a Power Agent in Real Estate

How to Become a Power Agent in Real Estate by Darryl Davis

How to Become a Power Agent in Real Estate is one of those – How to Do Real Estate as a Business Books. Published in 2003, How to Become a Power Agent in Real Estate is still circulating. I know because my partner, Paul Mees, gave it to me when he had his last garage sale!

A Top Industry Trainer Explains How to Double YOUR Income in 12 Months – the subtitle proclaims.

It’s sad to say that many real estate agents don’t run their real estate business as a business. I’ve only been in the real estate business in the San Ramon – Danville CA area for a couple of years now. I’m not the “get in my car and I’ll show you homes for sale” guy, nor am I the “let me come over and list your home” guy. I’m the Internet Marketing guy.

We – HarperMees & Associates – run our real estate business like a business because it is a business, a full time business for our 6 team members.

Our team has specialists in all forms of marketing, database management, new home sales, foreclosures and bank owned properties, investing in real estate, relocation, condos & townhomes, and more.


ALC Clinic

Keller Williams Realty – Agent Leadership Council

I spent most of yesterday attending an ALC Clinic in San Ramon given by Mo Anderson – Co-Chairman of the Board of Keller Williams Realty.

Here is a link to my interview with Mo Anderson

The Agent Leadership Council is composed of agents at each Keller Williams Realty Market Center. It is the ALC that helps establish the KW culture in the office and provide direction for where the agents want to take their business. KW is a very agent-centric business. The philosophy is that if the agents are successful, the company will be successful.

The ALC is seen as the ground where leadership develops. In the Danville market center it is common to have successful agents donating theri time and wisdom to help newer or struggling agents.

Mo made the point repreatedly – If your heart and passion isn’t about helping others, then get off the council, because it is all about letting go of self-centeredness.