Realtors who follow a specific roadmap, and do specific things, can absolutely whether this economic storm




The current CoronaCrash that our stock market and overall economy is in the midst of is no joke. This damn virus, and the quarantines/shutdowns as a result, are already doing major damage. We don't yet know the extent that the housing market will be affected.

One thing is certain, real estate agents are scared, nervous, worried, and stressed. The uncertainty we're dealing with right now is causing many agents to take their foot off the gas, even questioning whether or not they'll even stay in the business.

What Realtors need is a roadmap on how to navigate an abrupt market shift, and some perspective on what the landscape will look like moving forward. This week, we talked to David Fanale, an industry leading real estate agent with over 40 years of experience. He's seen every tough market, downturn, crash and recession over the last 4 decades. David has successful survived and thrived through the ultra high interest rates of the Jimmy Carter era, the 1987 market crash, the dotcom bust, 9/11, and the Great Recession of 08/09.

David shares, from experience, what Realtors should be doing right now to survive and even grow in this extremely difficult time. As you'll hear, there are still so many opportunities that agents can take advantage of, but it takes a clear mind, and taking action.

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About Our Guest: David Fanale

David Fanale
Founder, Real Estate Skill Builders 

David's professional/business and personal life blend together where the lines of differentiation are blurred most times. His work does tend to be personal. He owned and operated a real estate brokerage for more than 20 years and relishes that experience. “Having had the great times of helping agents build their careers was the most satisfying,” he says. “Having them say “It worked” or “I did it” was the most fulfilling and still is with what I do today. 
Being authentic and true to myself is my daily task. That and the intentionality of the real estate business push the agent I work with.”


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Dustin Brohm, the Host of the Massive Agent Podcast, is a Realtor in Salt Lake City, Utah w/ the Search Salt Lake team, a real estate media company, brand, and team that he founded. Dustin is a sought after speaker and trainer in the real estate industry. He was a speaker at Inman Connect San Fran 2017, and a contributor, blogger, speaker, host of a local show called the Salt Lake Insider show, and a non-real estate media company by the same name, Salt Lake Insider. His work has been published on prominent real estates sites like the Zillow blog, RISMedia, HomeLight, Onion Juice Podcast, Real Estate Uncensored, Future of Real Estate,, Inman, RESAAS, Adwerx, Zurple, and more. Dustin recently launched the Massive Agent Society, a powerful all-inclusive lead gen training system for Realtors and Loan Officers, and exclusive referral network, in April 2018.

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