Top Real Estate Agents Tell How They Do It: Jere Metcalf Podcast

230. Dana Trotter: How to Build a Solid Career Selling Multimillion Dollar Properties

July 16, 2021 Jere Metcalf Partners Episode 230
Top Real Estate Agents Tell How They Do It: Jere Metcalf Podcast
230. Dana Trotter: How to Build a Solid Career Selling Multimillion Dollar Properties
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Today I'm talking to Dana Trotter in The Hamptons with Sotheby's International Realty.

Dana ranks in the top ten of real estate agents in the nation for Sotheby's International Realty and in the top 50 of the REAL Trends/Wall Street Journal's esteemed annual rankings. In the business for over 25 years, Dana often has over $100 million in listings and has closed over a billion dollars in residential real estate. Dana's competitive spirit and passion showed up first with horses.  At just 8 years old, discovering she was already hooked on a sport that wasn't exactly affordable, she began working jobs to obtain the means to ride ...and the skill to win. Dana shares how embedded in her, the keys to her success today.

She and I talk about,
How to Build a Solid Career
Selling Multimillion Dollar Properties.


Jere interviews the world’s most renowned and best real estate agents around the country and the world.
These outstanding Agents tell their stories, how they got into the business, and what has made them successful in one of the oldest and most competitive industries.

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A quick back story of Dana Trotter
Why did she join with Sotheby's International Realty
The mistakes that Dana faces
What was her first deal & how did she secure it
What does she love about the business
She give some advice on how to handle tense situations
What does her listing presentation appointment looks like
Winning the listing or the relationship with the seller: which one is most important
The Final Threes