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Address: 2235 W North Ave, Chicago, IL 60647
#24 - KEEPING IT REAL: HOW 10 YEARS OF HARD WORK MAKES YOU AN OVERNIGHT SUCCESS WITH NICK LIBERT
By Ricardo Rodriguez & Matthew Mesick
On Episode #24 of the Profits Over Wages Podcast, we sit down with Nick Libert Broker and Owner of Exit Strategy Realty. Nick opened Exit Strategy Realty in 2009 and grew it to the #1 office in the country in sales volume and units sold for 2017 out of more than 600 locations. It has also made Inc. Magazine's list of 5000 Fastest Growing Privately Held Companies year after year. Nick’s two decades of industry experience has made him a sought-after sales coach, speaking in front of thousands of real estate agents & appearing on nearly every major TV network including multiple stints on HGTV staple House Hunters. Nick's personal real estate sales success lands him on the Chicago Association of Realtors Top Producer award list year after year, and for the past 6 years in a row, he has been named a Five Star Real Estate Agent by Chicago Agent Magazine. Nick started a 2nd company, Nick Libert Development, focused on revitalizing urban properties & beautifying neighborhoods. Based in part on these ventures, CS Magazine recently named him to their "Real Estate Visionaries" list for the 3rd year in a row. Nick also serves on the Illinois Realtors Board of Directors.
On this episode we talk about, goal setting and strategies on how to reach your goals, being a student of other successful people, and Nick talks about how he was able to take over Exit Realty during the dark days post market crash to the #1 Exit Realty office in the country.
- About Nick Libert
- About Nick’s background and his start in real estate
- Nick’s first real estate deal
- How to get 3-4 deals out of a properly marketed deal
- Making the move from Indiana to Chicago
- How Nick decided on Exit Strategy Realty
- How Nick took Exit Strategy Realty Chicago to #1 in the country
- Airbnb rentals as a strategy
- Nick talks about goal setting and strategies on how to reach them
- Nick talks about his development company and the lessons learned from going into the investing side
- 411 Goal setting plan
- Nick talks about being a student of other successful people
- Nick talks about how going from an evening person to a morning person changed his business
- Advice from Nick for new real estate agents and new managing brokers
- The Exit Strategy model and what makes Exit Strategy Realty different
- Nick’s thoughts on the current market
- Nick talks about the struggles of taking over Exit during the dark days post market crash to the #1 Exit office in the country
- To what do you attribute your success?
- How do you stay motivated?
- If you had one piece of advice to someone just starting out, what would it be?
- What do you wish you knew before you started?
- What was the worst piece of advice you ever got?
- What living or dead person, other than family members, do you most admire?
- Do you have a favorite failure, is there one that set you up for a future success?
- What is your best hiring tip or secret?
- Have you ever turned down a client? If so, why?
- If you got the chance to start over, what would you do differently?
- When you’re having a bad day, what do you do to make yourself feel better?
- What is one thing that you find to be true that most people would disagree with?
- What is one piece of advice that you received recently that you still follow?
- What habits helped make you successful?
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#23 - REAL ESTATE LAW, MENTORSHIP, AND THE CUBS WITH MICHAEL GUNDERSON
On this episode, we talk about finding a mentor, adjusting to market conditions, things to be aware of when buying property, and Michael calling out Zillow for “white facing” Andre Dawson’s baseball card on one of their commercials.