Episode 367 – Rachel Kilmer, ReeceNichols Real Estate

Rachel Kilmer is a successful real estate agent with Reese Nichols Real Estate in Kansas City, Missouri. With a background in sports and a previous desire to become a social worker, Rachel found her calling in the real estate industry. She gained recognition by winning a contest held by the Kansas City Chiefs, which allowed her to be a sideline reporter for a day. Rachel’s experience in video production and her involvement in marketing and social media have contributed to her success in the real estate business. She emphasizes the importance of doing what you’re good at and enjoying it, rather than following trends that may cause anxiety. Rachel values teamwork and provides support to her team members, including an operations manager who handles paperwork and marketing. She is active on social media platforms such as TikTok, Instagram, and Facebook, where she can be contacted.

Real Estate Sessions Rewind – Andrew Flachner, CEO – Real Scout

Real Estate Sessions Rewind – Andrew Flachner, Co-Founder and President – RealScout Originally aired August 20th, 2019   Serial entrepreneur Andrew Flachner of RealScout shares his story on Episode 201 of The Real Estate Sessions podcast. Andrew has been part of several start-ups, and he details some of the interesting aspects of these companies. Of…

Episode 366 – Craig Grant on AI in Real Estate at High Tech High Touch, BNAR

Craig Grant is a highly respected speaker and consultant in the real estate industry, with a particular focus on managing risks and harnessing the potential of artificial intelligence (AI). His perspective on the topic is one of caution and precision, emphasizing the importance of fact-checking AI-generated content and ensuring compliance with legal regulations, such as fair housing laws. Drawing from his extensive experience and deep understanding of AI, Grant encourages exploration of various AI platforms and tools to find the best fit for specific business needs, while also acknowledging the potential biases in AI and the need for adjustments to ensure representation. Despite the challenges, he sees AI as a significant game-changer in the real estate industry, but stresses the need for careful consideration and adherence to regulations. Join Bill Risser and Craig Grant on this episode of The Real Estate Sessions podcast to delve deeper into this fascinating topic.

Episode 359 – Short Cuts with David Marine, Chief Marketing Office. Coldwell Banker

The podcast episode explores the growing interest in artificial intelligence (AI) in real estate and the need for agents to embrace its potential applications. It features David Marine, the chief marketing officer for Coldwell Banker, discussing the successful rebranding efforts of the company and the positive impact it had on changing people’s perception. The conversation also touches on personnel changes, upcoming events featuring Shaquille O’Neal, and the partnership between Coldwell Banker and Amazon Prime for Thursday Night Football. The discussion emphasizes the importance of storytelling in creating a compelling brand and highlights the role of technology, particularly AI, in the real estate industry. It provides insights into the challenges and successes of rebranding and showcases the broader perspectives and interests of the individuals involved.

Episode 356 – Short Cuts with Katie Day, Team Lead for MoveMeToTX Team, powered by Real Broker LLC

n this episode of Real Estate Sessions, Bill Risser and Katie Day catch up since the last episode 18 months ago and discuss the importance of video content for their business and the impact of technology on the real estate industry. They conclude that technology will not replace agents, but will help them become more efficient. Additionally, they discuss the importance of creating experiences for their children and Katie’s plans to attend the Tom Ferry Summit in Dallas.