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Canada Real Estate Referrals | Cross Canada Referrals – CCR

Posted by James Osmar | Posted in Real Estate Referrals | Posted on 25-11-2015

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Canada Real Estate Referrals - http://www.CrossCanadaReferrals.com - Cross Canada Referrals or the CCR Group is a membership of about 80 RE/MAX real estate agents that have joined together from different cities across Canada. They share ideas, brainstorm, network and refer real estate buyers and sellers to each other... and of course have a little fun while they are at it.

These RE/MAX real estate agents are energetic, hardworking, caring and dedicated, ensuring a smooth transition for your buyers and sellers relocating from your real estate market to their real estate market.

If you would like to become a member of Cross Canada Referrals and qualify meeting the standards of being an outstanding real estate agent in your respective market, or if you have a client moving into one of the Cross Canada Referral markets, reach out and connect either by phone or email with confidence that your clients will be looked well after!

The Perpetual Sales Loop | James Osmar

Posted by James Osmar | Posted in Lead Generation | Posted on 24-10-2013

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Perpetual Sales Loop is about How to Dramatically Increase Your Online and Offline Sales Using the Principles of Scientific Advertising  and Permission Based Marketing

One of the most important things that you can do in your real estate business is to learn how to drive massive amounts of targeted traffic to your websites or hire someone else to drive this traffic for you.

Perpetual Sales Loop  <<< ---- Follow this Link to Get More Information!

The National Association of Realtors® (NAR) has complied research showing us that over 90% of all people go to Internet when buying or selling real estate. So it should make perfect sense to you that the vast majority of things that you do in your day-to-day real estate business need to be done with the sole purpose of driving traffic to one of your websites.

Because of this, I believe that the person who builds the most systems will get the most leads, sell the most properties and because of this create the most job security.

Job security, now isn't that a concept in real estate sales?

According to NAR, buyers and sellers move on average every seven years, and 50% of all people who fill out a form on the Internet buy or sell within 18 months, with 15% making a move within 90 days. Therefore when you acquire new sign-ups that are not moving in the short term, it would be very prudent to keep the relationship warm using our long-term Perpetual Sales Loop strategy.

As well, after a person buys or sells a home and is out of the market, that person immediately falls back into the category of a long-term lead. It is critically important that you understand the concept of the Perpetual Sales Loop because it will positively affect your repeat and referral business for the rest of your real estate career.

James Osmar
SellingToolz Ltd.
800-409-9850

Your Virtual Marketing Mix and Your Web Page

Posted by James Osmar | Posted in Real Estate Articles | Posted on 06-09-2009

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A recent survey by the National Association of
Realtors (NAR) indicates that 96% of
buyers and sellers start their search on the
Internet and 75% pick the first agent they meet.

Unfortunately most Realtor's don't have a clue
how to tap into this "virtual goldmine"... I do!

Would you like to?

I have not seen one agent that is doing it right. I
have only seen a few that are doing it OK.

This is your last chance to get this lead sucking
web page and the referral directory at this
ridiculously low price.

No exceptions... watch the video and you will
see how to get your website into the top of
Google and YouTube. It's real easy!

New video - http://RedHotWebPage.com

Because we are adding new lead generating
tools to our virtual marketing bundle. This will
be your last chance to get these current  tools
before we restructure our product line and raise
the price.

Get them now and you will be grandfathered.
You will also be able to upgrade without having
to pay the setup fee when we launch our new line
in a few weeks.

The new tools will be a non Branded Opt in Page
used with Google and our Client Contact Blog
used for the 97% of your clients that are not
buying for the next several years.

If you are not happy I will give you your investment
back, no questions asked.

You see, I sold real estate for 20 years and I got
tired of all the garbage that was tossed our
way. Stuff designed by people that simply did
not know how to build a list.

By the way... I sold mine for a million dollars!

So I went out on a limb and for the last three years
and built a series of lead generating tools that act
like a bear trap wrapped in fly paper. These tools
are strategically designed to get you tons of leads.

That sounds good... Doesn't it?

I was getting so many leads with these systems
that I literally had to throw out thousands
because my team could not keep up.

With a small investment of your time I can show
you how to sell like I did, moving over 150
properties a year... Working part time... Seriously!

I would like to teach you how to have this problem.
As an additional reason to act now, when we release
our advanced Commission Gusher program coming
out next month. It will be discounted for anyone that
has any of our lead generating tools.

To your success,

James Osmar
1241 Beaverbrook Ave.
London, CA
http://strategicsellingtools.com

P.S. You were told! The last time we raised the cost
of this investment and did not tell everyone, I got
yelled at. So click on the link and watch the video to
see what you will be missing.

http://RedHotWebPage.com

I quit selling real estate… A personal letter.

Posted by James Osmar | Posted in Real Estate Articles | Posted on 15-06-2009

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Hi,

This is not a sales letter, as a matter of fact I have a great e-book that I want to give to you for your library.

My name is James Osmar, let me introduce myself on a personal level.  20 years ago I had a University degree,
a real estate license and and a burning desire to make a lot of money... I was planning to have a family.

During the first several weeks that I was in the business I took a few of the top agents out for lunch, asked them a gazillion questions and started to implement every idea that made sense to me.

Paul Mithchel told me to buy the book and tapes Jerry Bresser List More Sell More. It was a for sale by owner system, I wore the tapes out twice and had to buy a third copy.

I will say this if you want to learn how to sell real fast, chase private sellers for a while.

I went on to purchase about 50 sets of tapes. Call my old broker owner Carl Vandergoot if you want to
listen to any of them, I gave them to his office.

I had what Napoleon Hill says is the most essential trait of all successful people... A burning desire.

I wanted to be successful... If only for the sake of success.

This burning desire is what enabled me to be arguably the top agent in London for several years. As well, I showed up regularly on the RE/MAX Top 100 list for all of Canada. Somehow it's nice to see your name on lists like that.

Shortly before Napoleon Hill died, he said that if he had to start all over and was to pick two of the top 16 traits that all successful people have. He would want to have a burning desire and his master mind group.

By the way you are not born with these traits that all successful people have, they are acquired.

Fast forward 20 years and now what would I do? Well lets just say that there are some of the old things that are still worth doing. And a whole lot of new stuff!

If you do not keep up with continuing changes and you think that you are a dinosaur now, you will be a fossil in a few
years.

The good thing is that it is really not that hard to keep up.

Last week I decided to pull my license after 20 years of selling Real Estate. I had a lot of fun selling , I learned a lot about myself and others. Today, many of my best friends are Realtor's.... Thanks for that.

Realtor's are an interesting lot, diverse in personality, driven by nature. When I look back it was the Realtor's that kept me in the business that long...

The average Realtor was more consistent and trustworthy then we were given credit for by the general public. We
had to be, our peers would have tossed us out on ear if we were not.

One of my longest lasting memories came from my first sale. I never realized that some buyers and sellers would
be so emotional.

In the middle of negotiating my very first deal, I was in my good friend Stan Franjkovic's kitchen. Stan was not
in the business then, so he referred this married couple to me.

As a grand stand, the male slammed his fist on Stan's kitchen table swore at me and swore he would not pay any higher then he is offering. He stomped out of the house, slamming the door behind him. Uttering every profanity known to man in all languages.

Two minutes later he was back... he signed the offer...

My on the job training had begun!

That client and I laughed about it 2000 sales and many years later. He claimed he was responsible for making me
such a successful Realtor.

This eagerness to learn is one of the traits that all successful agents have. It is what Napoleon Hill calls specialized knowledge. It is a must and it should never stop. Because when it does, so will your career.

When Napoleon Hill wrote the book Think and Grow Rich, he was commissioned by Andrew Carnegie to interview the
richest men of his day.(unfortunately there were few business woman back then). Today there is not one successful
business "person" that has not read this book.

The following are 5 of the most important 16 traits that all successful people have.

1. To have burning desire

2. To attain specialized knowledge

3. To have an entrepreneurial spirit

4. To be part of a mastermind group

5. To be decisive in nature

Last week I was in Las Vegas... it's not what you think. I was learning, I was taking a course that cost $30,000. Yes
you read it right $30,000. It was a course on public speaking, taught by a man that is credited to be the most expensive and most effective public speaker trainer in the world.

You see when I was 3 or 4 years old, I was so shy I would sit in my parents car and cry for hours when we went
to visit their friends, it was very phobic time. However, that is another story.

Today this is my new Burning Desire.... I am no longer that shy little boy... However, I do need a massive challenge
to motivate me and public speaking is that challenge.

That irrational childhood fear was a good thing... No it was a great thing. It taught me that when you break through barriers there often is no reason to fear. What a great lesson to be able
to reflect on!

As Franklin D. Roosevelt said, the only thing to fear is fear itself!

I have spoken publicly in the past, on one occasion I was invited to do the annual kick off for an insurance company.
It was a 45 minute presentation to 90 sales people on... You guessed it... Sales. A few years before that I also jumped
out of an airplane, the gut wrenching fear was very similar.

The applause for speaking was also very similar to the gratitude I felt for being alive.

What I did discover about myself was that with the proper learned skills and burning desire, you can do anything. In
very large part, it is who you decide to learn from that is important.

I do wish for you a very successful future in what ever path you choose... Because you too can do anything.

To the next 20 years and to your profound success.

James Osmar
Real Estate Websites
1241 Beaverbrook Ave.
London, CA

P.S. you can go to SellingToolz.com, click on Free Stuff and you can download the book for free.

My gift to you.

Client Referral Tips 5 – 7

Posted by James Osmar | Posted in Realtor® Referral Tips | Posted on 24-02-2009

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Give your clients a time limited rebate; a reward that is going to be delivered on the close of their sale, or when their listing term ends paying for their legal fees can make a big impression. Be sure to clear this with your board...

Remember most people that are buying or selling are talking with others about their future move.  This enables them to naturally find out who else is planning a move and refer them to you...

WATCH THIS VIDEO

How to ask for Referrals at the Listing Presentation... Every time...

Never be afraid to ask for referrals, explain to the client exactly how they can locate the ideal buyer or seller for you and how it will benefit them.

Offer a unique service to your client – for example hire a qualified reliable handyman that will show up a day or two after close.  In many situations a few hours of a handyman will go a lot further them a gift basket.

If you are going to give a gift that is unique and has great advertising shelf life, give your clients an extra one and have them give it to a friend.  Have the second one engraved “a gift form one friend to another”.

Give your clients a recycle box with your brand on it – each week you are out at the curb in front of all the neighbors.

Wear a referral lapel pin that will give cause for conversation.

Give the person your business card so that they can go to your website to see or retrieve something of value to them, you have inadvertently promoting yourself three times.

You would pay another agent a referral fee; consider paying a referral fee to the members of a large charity and their organization if they will send all of their business to you. Again, be sure to clear this with your real estate board

Rather then inviting a friend or great customer to an event, give the tickets to your clients and have them invite a friend.

Offer a seasonal benefit such as having your client’s driveway snow removal done for the winter or lawn cutting or weed spraying for the summer.

http://UnitedStatesReferral.com

http://CanadaReferral.com

In Front of the Camera

Posted by James Osmar | Posted in Real Estate Videos | Posted on 12-01-2009

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A video used to be embedded here but the service that it was hosted on has shut down.

The first 20 seconds is the hardest... after that it's easy selling. As a Realtor all you have to try to do is put yourself in the same frame of mind that you would be at a listing presentation. Or, when you you are on the phone prospecting. Selling real estate via video is a natural... it is another great strategic selling tool