In this fast-paced class, top Realtor Shay Hata will show you how to create a business plan with actionable steps for 2021 while sharing what tech, systems and tools she is implementing, getting rid of or keeping in 2021. She'll discuss how to plan for both a Covid world and a post-Covid world and how to strategically grow your business in 2021.
Anyone who wants to polish up their brand, create better marketing assets, and increase their professional image will find this webinar value to their career!
Shay Hata is an Ivy League grad, mom and residential Realtor in Chicago, IL with Berkshire Hathaway. She moved to Chicago in 2012 and jumped into real estate in a brand new city where she didn't know anyone and was new to real estate. Within 3 years she was averaging $30M a year in real estate and now has a small team consisting of 3 other agents and 4 assistants. In 2020 Shay's husband, Nobu Hata, became the CEO of the Denver Metro Association of Realtors so Shay now splits her time between Denver and Chicago. Shay is passionate about animal rescue as well as making sure every child has access to a quality education, therefore, she donates a portion of each commission to local animal rescue groups and local schools.
This webinar recording will show you how to:
- Handouts to help you create your own business plan including daily weekly and monthly checklists
- Ideas for gift programs, pop bys, events, and more
- Systems to help increase your efficiency
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