Estate Agents Tips: What It's Like Being A Black Real Estate Agent RANT

Estate Agents Tip: What It's Like Being A Black Real Estate Agent RANT



Being black and working in real estate as an agent. This video is about my experiences and views on what it’s like to be a black real estate agent. I recorded this video after I received a comment from a viewer of one of my other videos who thought that I wasn’t telling the reality of what it’s like for an African-American to work in real estate. Therefore, these are my thoughts and views on how it is being a black real estate agent.

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24 thoughts on “Estate Agents Tips: What It's Like Being A Black Real Estate Agent RANT

  1. Hello, im moving to dallas in mid july. I'm taking my exam in 2 weeks, looking for a brokerage and a mentor. Do you mentor or know any agents that mentor newbies. Im in the killeen ft.hood area, dont know anything about dallas.

  2. you inspire us. I found your channel from Bryan Casella. I am in a wheelchair. I work full time and got my Realtors license. I got my license in February and closed on my first home sale 5/14/19. If I can do this with one leg, anyone can if you want it bad enough! Thank you Chastin!

  3. Her brother I'm a black male and I'm looking to get into real estate. I appreciate this video soooo much. My race does shape my outlook on life in general but i refuse to allow My race to hinder my success. God bless you bro and thank you.

  4. Look at chastin, an African American real estate agent that's making it. I'm sure he doesn't let his himself inhibit his abilities by negative thoughts.

  5. Chastin our experience is tough no matter the industry. Its why us networking together is so important. I am a loan officer with Guaranteed Rate. If I can be of assistance to you or anyone else commenting that works in the real estate industry please reach out.

  6. i'm not the one making comments on youtube or any social media but could not resist this time, i have to say i watched several of your high quality content videos, but this one made me cry, i'm not black, but i'm immigrant and not white, you gave me a lot of motivation and your earned my respect not only as a professional but as a human, Congratulations for who you are, Thank You.

  7. Yes, there can be many reasons for why someone is not working with you. And I think most of the times we create our own obstacles by thinking that things will be hard for a certain reason. For example, I was going to prospect for my marketing business and I thought to myself that I will call doctors last because they seemed intimidating to me. But then guess what happened? A doctor called me, we had a conversation, and he said he really enjoyed talking with me.

  8. Thank you for your transparency. What's for you is for you! Our skin color should not be a downfall! If people choose not to work with someone based on their skin color then that's their issue, just keep it moving and stay encouraged!

  9. The first real estate office I worked in was a small business of a family member when I asked if I shouldn’t put up my photo because people wouldn’t work with me he told me “it’s better I put my pic up so that I know rather than not knowing”. It reminds me of my time in NC & how I had conversations with open racists, taught me to appreciate truth which I’m sure clients will too. If you don’t know who you are, how will you be strong, confident? Your clients will sense it, live your truth & you will exude confidence, thank people for their time because it is precious & the richest person in the world can’t even buy it, you will gain respect & appreciation & maybe a client. I’m happy I read in the comments or heard in the video I can’t remember which that you need to protect yourself. I truly believe in that, it may even create a way to build rapport in the armed community & earn their business. We are great people, original man/woman be proud of you, live your truth, go out & be great people are attracted to great & you’ll do fine. I myself am putting all of this to practice.

  10. You can do a video titled "Being Black in ________" fill in the blank. Because racism is so ingrained in American culture & history, it will always be more difficult for Blacks working across many many industries & a different experience vs whites or other minorities including women. Real estate in particular has a very racist history in the USA & Dallas is no exception. Blacks were not permited to buy RE in many areas of the metroplex. Blacks had 0 access to home loans they were otherwise qualified for up until the 70s. Middle class Black neighborhoods saw little to no home value appreciation for decades. Today the biggest threat to the historically Black communities in Dallas imho is GENTRIFICATION!!!Millenial whites& other hipsters with deep pockets have decided West Dallas, Bishop Arts Oak Cliff, Oak Lawn, North Park ( lovefield) etc etc are hip and they are displacing the long time residents & the small Black businesses that served them. Home owners are affected too due to increasing taxes & Insurance to cover rising values. They are forced to sell. An entire book can be written on the subject of gentrification & the displacement of the Black community. Look no further than Harlem, Washingtin D.C.(neighborhoods such as Anacostia), East Palo Alto, CA, Filmore District San Francisco, etc etc Blacks are forced out Whites move in prices go to the moon!!!! The opposite of White flight in the 70s & 80s

  11. I'm from Haiti and I refused to let my accent or my race deter me from anything in life. Racism is everywhere… even in the islands, you build a tough skin… Race is out of mind. I choose to Continue and persevere in life!!! Thanks for the message!!!

  12. Interesting. I found your channel by mistake (sorry), I listened to you, I subscribed, then watched a couple of your other videos. I had to read the title of the present video to think "Ah yes this guy is black"… I guess that this totally confirms what you are saying. There is another Youtuber called Marques Brownlee. It also takes a while before thinking about the guy's race. Maybe because I live in France and not in the US, I don't know. I am a realtor, I am white, and I am an old guy. When a customer does not want to work with me, I could always think that this is because I am an old guy, because the owner would rather work with some handsome young man or some sexy woman, or because my car or my watch are not expensive enough, and so on. Yes some people would only choose a younger person or a rich-looking realtor. So what ? You do not want to work your butt off helping some bigot anyway. The truth is, the only two possible reasons I was not being given a listing is simply A) because I just wasn't good enough or B) because that seller was just not for me 🙂 Chastin, keep on posting your excellent videos, I enjoy so much your honesty and your mindset !

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