Estate Agents Tips: The real reason I quit Door Knocking as a Real Estate Agent…

Estate Agents Tip: The real reason I quit Door Knocking as a Real Estate Agent…

There was a time, a long long time ago, in a neighborhood far, far away…that I actually did door knocking as a real estate agent. This is why I stopped. Enjoy! Add me on Snapchat/Instagram: GPStephan – Click SHOW MORE for more details:

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25 thoughts on “Estate Agents Tips: The real reason I quit Door Knocking as a Real Estate Agent…

  1. Graham i know this is an old vid but could you give a figure on your sales volume? Im guessing around 2 a month based on your gross sales number but i may be way off. Sorry if this is too personal

  2. Very important question: does inviting the neighborhood to the open house ever hurt a potential sale? I'm imagining people in the room end up talking to each other and then a potential buyer ask the neighbors some questions and those people reply in a negative way that drive them away.

  3. I've learned in my years in the sales industry that there are 3 different types of leads. Cold, warm, and hot.

    Cold is when someone is not interested and you're trying to get them interested. Hard to get a good turn over .

    Warm is when they inquired before but didnt ended up doing something at that time or are an old customer you want to come back. They are either familiar with you so it's easy to sale to them because trust is already build there or are easily entice to get on board.

    Hot lead is when they come directly walking themselves in the door ready to get something going immediately.

    Door knocking is basically considered "cold lead" to me because they weren't interested and to get a good turn over is very rare and hard.

    I've tried direct marketing (what some other people call it) for a different market and it's not fun. Being out in different weathers suck with potential of not getting paid for the day because a sale didnt happen sucks. To me working a 9-5 job is better than the direct marketing because at least I can guarantee pay for that day of work.

  4. I did a fundraiser this year for my vocal ensemble class, and sold cookies door to door, for my fair share.

    I swear there was a dog behind every door I knocked on, sometimes I wonder what would happen if they managed to get threw. I feel that Graham lol

  5. Graham,

    Thank you so much for making this video. I've been watching you for a few months and I agree with your methods. I have learned so much from you. I'm 21 and going to college to study chemical engineering. I got a job doing door to door sales this summer and I just quit that job about a week ago. I felt like the sales methods we were taught were dishonest and I had many of the same feelings you describe in this video. Long story short I've kinda felt like a failure and have been watching your videos to find encouragement to keep moving forward. I have a new sense of motivation and I am going to keep working hard to make money in college to save to buy my first duplex property when I graduate. I have $11,000 so far and I should be able to have the down payment when I graduate. After I graduate Ill start off hopefully making $70,000/year and I should be able to save 30-40k of that. The goal is to buy 10 properties in 10 years from the age of 25-35. After that Ill pay them off and have the freedom to live off the rental income if I choose. Thank you for the encouragement and wish me luck as I follow your strategies.


  6. Graham, I'm not an agent yet but I know if I'm going to be one I'll have to pick an area. The area I have in mind already has an agent, is it still worth going after? And if so do you have any advice?

  7. My hatred for door knocking is the reason I left door to door sales for auto sales. Youngest salesman on the floor (19 years old) #2 on the leaderboard almost every month. Even though it's not real estate, I think it was a meet Kevin video that convinced me to go out and get an auto sales job.

    Imagine how weird it would be for a car salesman to door knock.

  8. Hey Graham, I'm new to all of this and my wife and I want to make the best decisions we can. We're broke college students but can have someone cosign and are talking about househacking a multifamily home. Can you teach us how to assess the value of a property and how to go about making an offer with/without a real estate agent?

  9. since you chose the wrong area to begin with and door knocked with no results, would you have felt differently about door knocking if it was in a high turn over area of 6 to 9%?

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