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Alan Corey and Jasmine Krnjetin

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Hosted by top real estate agent Alan Corey and top mortgage lender Jasmine Krnjetin, the Agent Upgrade Podcast features amazing stories and interviews of how other realtors have upgraded their real estate business into well-balanced, productive and profitable careers. Alan has appeared on numerous television and radio shows across America providing first-time homeowner advice, real estate investing guidance, and financial planning and is a best-selling author and a Top 1% Agent in Atlanta. J ...
 
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Alan calls Jonathan Rich a real estate activist and he means it in an aspirational way. Jonathan is not just selling homes, he's building communities. And he will be a big reason why Atlanta will become a top city. On this episode, Alan and Jonathan talk about why zoning laws need to change to help create higher-density cities and why that will be …
 
Every locale has its own nuisances. And on this episode, we hear about Alaska's with North Pole-based (really!) realtor Jerry Lymburner. Jerry came from nothing and is killing it with15 agents in his brokerage. He proves that in real estate, you don't necessarily need a great education or be super connected to make things happen. If you are an agen…
 
Danny Burgess is part of the PorchlLight Bay Area Team, brokered by eXp. Six years ago he sold two houses and now he's on his way to $120 million in sales this year. On this episode, we unpack all the tools and tricks he used. We also talk about the psychology of real estate and Zillow and how the markets are changing and Danny gives us great advic…
 
As the brains behind King's Estates Services and Realty, Phillip King helps families with estate liquidation and management, downsizing and general consulting around elder transition services. On this episode, Phillip tells us about all the business opportunities that exist around having an estate services company. And be sure to listen to the end …
 
Rick Hamilton has been doing real estate for over 40 years. Now with REMAX, he's had a CRM system since day one and it demonstrates the benefit of collecting those email addresses and staying in touch. Rick has mastered workflow and his calming presence means his clients have a great experience. Stay tuned for a golden nugget towards the end of the…
 
Kyle and Stephanie MacDonald of Keller Knapp are recognized as Top Producers by the Atlanta REALTORS® Association and are in the top 10% of agents for sales and individual units sold in Atlanta. They are experts at using social medial to find off-market deals. And their closing gifts during the pandemic are pure genius. On this episode, Kyle and St…
 
Our own Alan Corey sits down with Jasmine to talk about how being a real estate investor has benefitted his real estate career. From multi-family sales to new construction, Alan has done it all. He shares so many ideas in the episode to help launch you on your way to become a million-dollar agent. Listen in and find an idea that works for you!…
 
Now that we've really dug into the details about deal-making in commercial real estate, it's time to get into the weeds concerning deal-doing. This episode talks about how to go about due diligence in CRE at a pro-level. Hear Michael's perspective on the three main things for keys to success in real estate due diligence. We'll talk about the big bu…
 
As far as deal-making, and deal doing are concerned. the last three episodes or so have been really focused on the making side. But making deals is great, but if you can't get them closed, they're not worth anything. In this episode, we're beginning to bridge over to the doing side. Episode 5 is the second part of putting together your capital stac…
 
As briefly mentioned in the last episode, before you can start sourcing deals and finding investment opportunities, you need a strategy and you need money. Episode 1 talked about how to develop a strategy. Episodes 4 and 5 talk about how to put together the capital required for closing a deal in real estate. Specifically, this episode addresses equ…
 
Welcome to Season Three of the A.CRE Audio Series! In this season, I am joined by the creators of Adventures in CRE, Spencer Burton, and Michael Belasco. This season is the first chance Spencer, Michael and Sam had been able to get together in person since 2019, and so they decided to do something special. As opposed to past seasons, season 3 is fo…
 
Now that we've discussed the strategy and capital behind deal-making, and the due diligence required in conducting deals, let's talk about how to manage your assets. Ultimately, this is the step where quite frankly, the value comes to reality. Both Michael and Spencer have been on the development side of the real estate business and this episode fe…
 
Welcome to the last regular episode of season 3, Deal Making and Deal Doing, from the A.CRE Audio Series. With both Michael and Spencer, today we talk about disposition. We're talking about bringing the whole thing full circle: realizing your profits and realizing your strategy. It seems like a very simple thing. If we've done everything up to this…
 
In this second episode of this special season of the A.CRE Audio Series, we're talking about how to create a strategy for deal-making and deal doing, the theme of season 3. Strategy is an important part of deal-making: before you can go out and identify deals, you need to have a strategy, a reason to pursue those deals. The strategy really is the f…
 
Now that we've talked about the strategy behind deal-making in commercial real estate, it's time to get into the actual deals! This episode of season 3 of the A.CRE Audio Series talks about how to actually source deals and identify investment opportunities and the relationships needed to properly find these real estate investment opportunities. You…
 
Johanna McDaniel is the CEO of Best Texas Team, based just outside of Dallas, Texas. After 4 years as an agent at 4 different brokerages (she is now with EXP), Johanna has learned a ton and accomplished so much. This episode is a master class on using social media to get leads (organically, not paid). She also talks about how having a coach has hel…
 
Kelsy Charles has become a top performer in Hawaii real estate in just 2 1/2 hears. Learn how she did it on this advice-packed episode. New agents especially, this is one you're going to want to listen to. Kelsey also teaches us how we can all just chill and have an amazing business AND how to use Facebook to play the long game.…
 
Ashley Mandowa has only been at it for 5 years but she's skyrocketed her business by putting kindness front and center. On this episode, she teaches us how she does it (and her closing gifts make the rest of us look pretty bad). She also talks about how -- as realtors -- we are often helping people change their lives by creating generational wealth…
 
Stacy Shelton is the type of realtor who focuses on personal relationships, not spreadsheets. She never has to advertise because people fly her flag for her. This episode is a masterclass on authenticity, something that can be hard to find in #realestate. Stacy, a Coldwell Banker agent, is a single mom of two teen daughters and she's all about help…
 
One of our biggest goals here at A.CRE is building a community and engaging with our readers. Recently, you've likely seen our posts on the A.CRE Networking Reboot Cruise. This cruise we're putting together is another effort to bring that community together, give value back to our readers, and allow us to interact in person in a more substantive wa…
 
Timothy Cox loves you. You just don't know it yet. Timothy has built a super successful real estate business by putting empathy and love first. On this episode, he teaches us about tactical empathy, how to make your client feel like you have their needs first (because you do), and how to know when it's time to bring someone on to your team.…
 
If you are an agent contemplating building a team, this is the episode for you. Triple threat agent Kerry Lucasse is the owner of Urban Nest Real Estate Group, recognized as one of Atlanta's top producing teams. Over her 10+ years in the business, Kerry has built multiple revenue streams and gone from what she describes as a "ramen noodle period" t…
 
Chip Ivie's real estate license number starts with a 1. So he's been around the block a minute, selling in Atlanta's in-town neighborhoods since 1994. On this episode, Chip tells us his secrets on how to have longevity through the market's ups and downs. He also gives us tips on how to turn your clients into your friends and keep in touch with them…
 
We talk with the dynamic Skylar Brillante of Harry Norman Realty, a young upstart who takes us through how he's hustled his way to amazing success. He covers how he targets clients through old fashioned phone calls, up to 300 a day! Skylar also gives us his favorite real estate coach along with his best lead generation tips and tricks plus the impo…
 
This episode of the A.CRE Audio Series features Justin Smith, Senior Vice President at Lee & Associates and the author of Industrial Intelligence: The Executive's Guide for Making Informed Commercial Real Estate Decisions. In this episode, he sits down with Michael, Spencer, and Sam to talk about how to maximize value for tenants. A big thanks to J…
 
This episode of the A.CRE Audio Series features Caleb Staub, a Real Estate Investor and Construction Project Manager. In this episode, we ask Caleb's advice on how to transition into the commercial real estate field. A big thanks to Caleb for offering his knowledge to our viewers!By Adventures in CRE
 
We talk to President and Broker of Keller Knapp Realty, Weslee Knapp. He takes us through his journey from a career in engineering to real estate broker and how he leverages his management skills to bring a competitive edge to his clients. We learn how important it is to lean in to the skills we naturally possess and find your own path to success i…
 
Join us on Agent Upgrade as we talk to Abdul Muid about his real estate experiences and insights into his successful career. Abdul Muid is the founder and principal of Ivey North. A highly accomplished New York City real estate agent, he brings a strategic yet personalized approach to every facet of the home buying, selling and rental process throu…
 
In this episode of Accelerators in Action, we're so happy to feature Samuel Obasi, the current A.CRE Fellow. In this episode we talk about the opportunities that come with a Fellowship as well as internships and so-on. This is our 9th episode in a growing sub-series of interviews with commercial real estate professionals. This Accelerators in Actio…
 
In this episode of the A.CRE Audio Series, we're pleased to be joined by Johannes Peter, the Founder & CEO of TomoDomo Co-Living in Switzerland. TomoDomo provides Co-Living residences in Switzerland. Through Co-Living, TomoDomo's goal is for their residents to consciously share their living space in order to build relationships, think further, aim …
 
In this episode of the A.CRE Audio Series, we're pleased to be joined by Garland Fuller, a Diversity Recruiting Leader and Inclusion & Equity Strategist at CBRE. For this episode, we consult Garland on the best way to build a diverse team in the CRE profession. We're very grateful for Garland's willingness to share their knowledge with the A.CRE au…
 
With the events of 2020, networking in CRE has changed. In-place interactions have taken a necessary backseat to virtual connections. We all must adapt in order to advance our careers. In this episode of the A.CRE Audio Series, we’re pleased to be joined by Allison Weiss, Principal and Founder of CRE Recruiting. Allison offers excellent insights in…
 
Many of our content here at Adventures in CRE recently has been about career help and advice. This isn't accidental. With the current pandemic, we're doing our best to help our readers get through the recession. This episode features Jenn Cook, a Corporate Recruiter and Learning & Development Manager at Crow Holdings, and talks about various career…
 
One important aspect present in real estate more than any other industry is the need to shoot above your station. Alex Williams, a Financial Analyst at CBRE Capital Markets and our guest today exemplifies this. As just an intern in college, he cold-called and asked to speak with the CEO to close a deal. In this episode, watch as Sam asks Alex about…
 
Commercial real estate isn't the fastest to adopt the newest tech compared to other fields. Doing so, however, could increase returns, lower operating expenses, and reduce workload. In this Accelerators in Action episode, listen as Sam Carlson speaks on this topic with RE professional working to integrate tech with real estate, Justin Lia. Justin L…
 
We get a lot of questions here at Adventures in CRE about how to "get the first job." Many young professionals breaking into the market struggle to do just that. Jobs available often require experience and or connections - things that new professionals often lack. This episode features Julio Villalobos-Torres, an underwriting analyst at Freddy Mac'…
 
Being young and just out of college is a shared experience of many of our listeners. Breaking into the industry and continually evolving your career as a young professional is an important thing to know. This episode talks about exactly that. In this episode of the A.CRE Audio Series, Sam welcomes real estate associate and Accelerator graduate Greg…
 
Adventures in CRE has always had to goal to provide value to CRE professionals. Mike Strug, our guest speaker today, has a similar goal. This week we met together to talk about different pieces of advice for young CRE professionals. This episode talks about how to make connections as a just out-of-school CRE professional, how to network in a virtua…
 
Over the past few weeks, the Adventures in CRE staff have been updating and populating A.CRE with real estate education content, including profiles of some of the top undergraduate and graduate real estate programs in the United States. Though pursuing graduate education in real estate is a great option to further one's career, it's not completely …
 
For commercial real estate professionals in 2020, one social media platform is more important than all of the rest. That platform is LinkedIn, and it now serves as a long-form real estate resume, a virtual business card, and for many their online professional persona. So given its importance, we thought we'd spend a few minutes discussing LinkedIn …
 
We regularly respond to questions from A.CRE and Accelerator members as it relates to analyzing and evaluating real estate investment opportunities. Recently, in an Accelerator forum post a young professional marveled at how certain individuals in his office could look at a deal and within a matter of minutes make an assessment as to whether the de…
 
The real estate job market has changed dramatically over the past 3-4 months, with the market shifting from one that favored job seekers to one that now favors employers. In light of that shift, we're excited to welcome onto the A.CRE Audio Series one of the foremost experts in real estate careers: Kent Elliott of RETS Associates. Kent founded the …
 
In this episode of the Adventures in CRE Audio Series, we dive into the Masters in Real Estate decision. Specifically, we discuss for whom the Masters in Real Estate is ideal and share our thoughts on the benefits of this specialized degree. This discussion is a good complement to our two-episode discussion with Jim Spaeth in season one on the MBA …
 
Just like any skill in life, there are tips and tricks to learning that skill. Some suggestions are more helpful than others, although all contribute in some way. In this episode, we share one of the more valuable tips - what our marketing team has dubbed the "secret" - for learning real estate financial modeling. And what is that secret... wait fo…
 
At some point in their career, most real estate professionals choose to pivot. No matter whether that means making wholesale career change (e.g. transitioning into real estate from another industry), or simply moving from one property type to another, these career pivots can be difficult to navigate. In this episode of the A.CRE Audio Series, Sam w…
 
Commercial real estate professionals come from all backgrounds and all walks of life. Some start with the family business as a kid. Others study real estate in college and begin their career in the industry. But a large share of commercial real estate professionals start their careers in other fields, only to transition into real estate at some poi…
 
Many A.CRE readers are young professionals and college students trying to navigate the job market in a recession. Finding a job in commercial real estate amidst the craziness of the COVID-19 pandemic can be challenging, especially for those with little to no experience in the industry. In this episode, we speak with Matthew Farrell, someone with di…
 
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