Today, on Escrow Out Loud, our San Francisco Real Estate podcast, we look back on the last year in real estate as we celebrate our one year anniversary as Jackson Fuller Real Estate brokerage.
[00:21] It has been a year since Jackson Fuller Real Estate became an independent brokerage. In that time there have been a lot of shifts (Compass is making a significant impact!) in the San Francisco brokerage community, but we can honestly say that we have had a phenomenal year!
[04:47] Most people appreciate that real estate is a business very focused on relationships; or if it isn’t, it should be. Trust and connections with clients are more important than the name of the company on the business card.
[05:59] What do we wish we knew before we first started? We spent a good amount of time thinking and planning before we started the Jackson Fuller brokerage and even though loyalty made the change bitter sweet, it was the logical next step.
[08:47] Real estate agents are paranoid optimists; agents always have concerns about looming threats to their existence all the while believing that everything will turn out for the best. So, what did we think we could offer by starting our own brokerage? We have more flexibility to do things our way, setting our own rules in what we can offer to our client.
[11:47] Matt finishes this week’s episode with a quick rant about printers and we look at what comes next for our brokerage.
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