Before he took over as Manager of the Coldwell Banker Preferred Office for Center City / Avenue of the Arts, Jeremy was a partner and leader of a real estate team that achieved 120 deals in 2011. The reason Jeremy decided to refocus his career was to help other real estate agents grow their business. He helped some of his team members double, triple and even quadruple their business. Jeremy has shown Agents how to find 150 to 200 buyers leads a month, while most Agents are only getting 5 to 10 buyer leads a month. He was able to show Agents how to build a predictable business through systems he has learned throughout his training with nationally recongnized real estate experts. Please take a look at www.thejeremybowers.com to find out what he does differently to get HUGE results for his agents!
Jeremy Bowers joined Michael Sroka and formed the Jeremy Bowers & Mike Sroka Team and have made Coldwell Banker Preferred their home. In 2007, Mike and Jeremy were awarded with the prestigous Presidents Circle Team Award. In 2008, they exceeded that accomplishment and were awarded with The Presidents Circle Team Award and the Diamonds Society Team Award. In 2009 they were awarded with the The Top Team in Most Listings Sold and the Top Team President's Award. In 2010, they were awarded with the President's Circle Award. In 2011, the team was on track to do about 120 deals and have their best year ever. Jeremy had a passsion for coaching and changing peoples lives so he took over as the new Manager of Center City/ Avenue of the Arts Office.
How did Jeremy Bowers grow a very successful and profitable business?
WORK ETHIC - He was not afraid to work his tail off to get to his goals. It may be an old cliche, but still holds true...Time is, in fact, Money!
COACHING- He had experts teach him the right way to grow a business. He spent over 100k on coaching and advisors for real estate.
MINDSET- He worked on his mindset everyday to stay positive and optimistic.
SKILLS- He worked on his skills everyday to enhance his talent. He would spend 15 to 30 minutes a day, 4 to 5 days a week focusing on his skills.
SCHEDULING- He has become an expert in scheduling and time blocking.