BYRON LAZINE’S BLOG
This week I’m recapping BAM’s huge new podcast, a mastermind zoom giveaway, and the funniest piece of content we’ve ever produced.
This week I’m recapping my week in Dallas with Broke Agent media and my feud with real estate appraisers.
This week, I’m recapping our preparation for the Tom Ferry success summit in Dallas, the newest buzzword in real estate, and the One Team’s milestone achievement.
So here we are—four months into BAM. Each week, I’m recapping my experiences running two companies: Broke Agent Media and The One Team. This is a venture I want to share every step of the way – what’s working, what throws us off our game, and the lessons we learn along the way.
I believe every entrepreneur and business owner should have a podcast. It’s the best way to connect with consumers, grow your audience, and create content that can be repurposed. But, when you’re...
BAM (Broke Agent Media) is officially underway. I first met Eric Simon (aka The Broke Agent) at Inman Connect several years ago. We quickly became conference friends who kept in touch over the...
Last week, Byron and Eric (aka the broke agent) sat down with LA agent Taya Dicarlo. The trio discussed the TikTok trolls who labeled Taya a “Karen” and how the so-called “mass exodus” out of California is actually affecting the housing market. Taya offered her thoughts on the most-liked, misguided hate comments on her TikTok page, why TikTok has become such a toxic space when it comes to comment sections:
Byron & Eric Simon (aka The Broke Agent) sit down with Philadelphia team leader Tom Toole to discuss the value of accountability, overcoming objections, and a meeting hack that will change your business forever.
Last week, Byron interviewed the co-founder of the Grauman Rosenfield Team, Jon Grauman. Jon and Byron discussed stepping out of production as an agent, the mass exodus of people leaving California, and the announcement of Jon’s new show “wine and wisdom”.
Last week, Byron interviewed the team leader of the Houston-based “Move Me To Texas” real estate team, Katie Day. Katie revealed the biggest feeder markets to Texas, gave her honest opinion on the phrase “Don’t California my Texas”, and answered questions on whether or not the Houston real estate market is contingent on the oil business. Katie and Byron also discussed the pros and cons of being married to a business partner.
This week, Byron sat down with one of the first real estate agents to start dominating on Youtube, Loida Velasquez, who has accumulated over 80,000 followers on the platform. The pair discuss helpful advice for creating video content as an agent and discuss why cold calling is still a valuable tool.
Last week, Byron sat down with Shannon Gillette to discuss the flourishing Arizona real estate market.