In this unique episode of The Ken Jones Real Estate Show, Ken answers the listener's questions about real estate and his personal life.
In this episode, Ken explains the different types of real estate agency relationships and specifically defines an exclusive seller's agent and the benefits of buyers and sellers having their own agent representative.
Listen to Ken explain eminent domain, condemnation, and inverse condemnation and his real-life examples of how government COVID-19 lockdown regulations may actually be inverse condemnations that property owners and business owners may be able to sue of damages to the value of their property or business.
Listen to Ken explain why all businesses rely on income from sales and that all businesses, even the most highly skilled professional service providers, can generate more leads and make more sales using his multi-synchronous marketing system.
In this episode, Ken explains the reasons why real estate agents should generate their own leads and stop wasting money and endangering their business buying leads.
Listen to Ken explain the benefits of a highest and best use analysis. Ken also provides a very detailed example of both how a highest and best use analysis is performed, the many different people who can benefit from a highest and best use analysis.
In this episode, Ken explains the benefits of his concept of the proven successful "Continual Closing" method vs. the antiquated method of the summary closing technique.
In this episode, Ken identifies the 5 top reasons why homes don't get sold and explains the causes behind each of those things.
Ken also tells you what a home seller should look for and questions to ask when considering hiring a real estate agent to help sell their home.
In this episode of The Ken Jones Real Estate Show, Ken explains the roles and the responsibilities of real estate agents who represent sellers and buyers, what they're legally required to do, and what they're legally restricted from doing.
In this powerful and very detailed episode, award-winning real estate broker, appraiser, and trainer, Ken Jones, analyzes and explains the many factors that influence and cause a person to become a successful real estate agent.
In this episode, Ken discusses and analyzes whether or not there's been or is likely to be an impact on both commercial and residential real estate values from the COVID-19 health crisis.
In this episode of The Ken Jones Real Estate Show, Ken discusses the issue as to whether or not real estate actually depreciates in value over time.
Listen to Ken explain the many differences between the various types of real estate agents that a homeowner should consider before deciding whether an agent's commission for selling their home is fair and reasonable.
In this episode, Ken provides answers to commonly asked questions about real estate appraisals.
He explores and explains the definition of an appraisal, provides an explanation as to why there is no "expiration date" for an appraisal, as well as doing an in-depth analysis about the critical importance of identify the Date of Value.
Anyone who's interested in or who is a user of real estate appraisals will find this to b...
In this episode, Ken defines and explains the differences between real estate training, coaching, and mentoring.
He also provides further insight into which type of program is best suited for different types of real estate agent based on their level of experience, as well as their business situation.
Finally, Ken discusses the issue of what he calls, "coaching mills" which are those high-profile, nationally known coaching ...
This is one of the most important episodes of The Ken Jones Real Estate Show.
In this episode, Ken provides factual evidence to support his opinion that real estate is the best investment and why investing in real estate is especially good for the small, individual investor.
To help you understand the numbers discussed in this episode, Ken created an Excel spreadsheet that you can use to follow his explanations. The spreadsheet inc...
If you're thinking of becoming a commercial real estate agent, I strongly recommend that you listen to this episode of The Ken Jones Real Estate Show.
In this episode, Ken identifies and explains the vast differences between being a commercial real estate agent and being a residential real estate agent.
He explains what types of issues and skills that are necessary to become a commercial real estate agent that are vastly differ...
What is Investment Grade real estate is unquestionably one of the most commonly asked questions I've had for decades.
It's amazing, at least to me, just how many different so-called "definitions" I've heard to define investment real estate.
Well, in this episode of The Ken Jones Real Estate Show, I'm going to give you my perspective on what is - AND - what is NOT investment grade real estate.
In this episode of The Ken Jones Real Estate Show, Ken deals with one of the most difficult situations for a sales person to deal with: rejection.
Ken explains, that it doesn’t matter if you’re selling real estate, life insurance, cars, or if you’re selling magazine subscriptions door-to-door; rejection is very difficult for most sales people to deal with.
You'll find his analysis of this problem and some of his solutions to o...
In this episode Ken identifies and explains the top 5 reasons why new real estate agents fail to last more than 2 years in the residential real estate brokerage business.
So, if you're thinking about becoming a real estate agent or know someone who is, you should definitely listen to this episode of The Ken Jones Real Estate Show.