Business strategist and educator, Travis Everette (DREI) is actively involved at almost every conceivable level in the real estate field. Producer of the hugely popular series of YouTube lectures used by more than 150,000 licensees across the country, this award winning speaker provides relatable content with a memorable energy and insightful observations on real life solutions to every day challenges. Get ready for fun, engagement, and learning about actionable strategic tools – all with the intent of helping you get out of your own way of achieving success.
“Where did you find this guy?? He is, by far, one of the most fabulous speakers we’ve ever had. He has the whole class in the palm of his hand–we all love him!” -Sandra Eike, Education Chair, Laramie Board of REALTORS®
What Does Travis Bring to Your Event?
- Insights and new perspectives on real estate models
- 15 years of active brokerage experience
- High level programming and customization for every event
- Guidance for assessing and bridging the gaps between current business models and emerging industry’s needs
- 10 years experience that engages audiences with relevant in-the-trenches content
- Practical, street smart business strategies for new business models
“Awesome information and presentation! Finding Travis was life changing!” – Athena Delmontie Fonville Morisey Real Estate, Raleigh, NC
“Best instructor I’ve had… the comedy, stories, and knowledge… great class!” – Great Falls, MT Attendee
The New Frontier of Real Estate
The real estate industry illustrates perhaps the greatest disconnect in American business today. The battle for the soul of brokerage is being waged between innovators and traditionalists. How much should our social media campaign budget be? How much conference space do we need in an office? Read More . . .
Contracts for the Win: Negotiation & Contract Tools
Ever heard “Well, the contract says . . .” and wanted to scream? We’ve all been there. Despite the undisputed importance of contracts, many licensees don’t understand some of the basic concepts—much less how to best utilize them. In “Contracts for the Win,” you will: Read More . . .
- Gain clarity regarding “offer and acceptance”
- Learn how to avoid the practice of law
- Discover ways of framing offers to increase chances of acceptance
- Maximize your ability to negotiate items such as repairs after contract
- Find out how disputes can be diminished so closing can happen
Wow your clients and your cooperating brokers with negotiating skills and contractual insights that smooth the transaction and hand your client the win.
“Hands down the best real estate instructor in the country!” – Willie Smith, United Real Estate
KEYNOTE Inspired Defiance: Why Not You? Why Not Now?
Finding your place in life isn’t about fitting in, it’s about standing out. How can you push back against the conventions trapping you in social and professional boundaries? For Travis, it was moving from a college athletics career to founding a real estate firm he grew to 125 agents and building his own real estate school … what will it be for you? Join Travis in examining how the “it’s always been done this way” mindset can sabotage YOUR freedoms and goal. Discover the tools you’ll need to open your potential, get out of your own way, and embrace the path you want and deserve.
The Power of Personality: Business is Always Personal!
How much time do you spend agitated or confused by someone else’s actions? Whether it’s working with someone, living with them, or encountering them at an open house, there are always forces driving their actions and our response.Read More . . .
“Loved all the humorous stories! Loved Travis!” – Theresa Edwards, Nebraska
It’s Technical … A Real Estate Technology Reality Check
Technology is everywhere. Of course, that has always been the case–at one point, the light bulb was cutting edge! Advances may come fast and furious, but integrating them into the business of transaction management can prove frustrating and fruitless. In “It’s Technical,” you’ll walk through listing and prioritizing YOUR technical needs. Read More . . .