Every week, I’m giving you the highlights of my experience running BAM. Here’s everything that went on this week.
The Launch of BAMx
Introducing BAMx: Your real estate edutainment platform.
These days, it seems like everyone out there has a course of some kind. And we get it—to rise to the next level, continued education is a priority.
The issue with all those courses taught by self-proclaimed “gurus” is how difficult it can be to tell what’s legit, what’s a scam, and what’s worth the cost. Not to mention having all those different passwords to different courses.
With BAMx, we’ve done the work for you, vetting every course, instructor, and livestream to ensure you receive the highest standard of continued education available. And it’s all on one platform.
But that’s not all—BAMx goes beyond courses and livestreams. With exclusive digital and live events, you’ll be the first to know about the latest trends and insider tips. Plus, you gain access to a private community where you can connect with industry leaders and network with agents.
Think of BAMx as your personalized Netflix for real estate education—if Netflix also offered live streams with access to industry pros and exclusive events.
With a line-up of industry personalities and top producers, you’ll be shown how to take your business to the next level, with courses tailored to every aspect of the real estate industry: from marketing strategies and video production to business tactics and agent hacks.
And the best part? New content is continually being added to the platform, so you’ll always have fresh insights and information.
Sign up here.
Escalating Brokerage Battle For Agent Count
This week on The Real Word, Nicole White and I discussed what millennials and Gen Z think it might take for them to become a homeowner, the boomerang effect of real estate agents returning to their old brokerages, and advice from Monica Church on the type of videos agents should stop making.
EXPOSING Biden Administration Mortgage Changes
On Thursday’s Hot Sheet, I discussed the GDP, the looming recession, and misleading headlines from Fox News.