A LEGACY OF SUCCESS
STARS ARE KNOWN FOR MUCH MORE THAN PRODUCTION
When Howard Brinton began interviewing successful agents to be the Stars, he looked at so much more than their annual sales volume or number of houses sold. Unique approach; willingness to share; profitability; different market sizes, geographic locations, and areas of specialty; and so much more.
To be a Star means a willingness to pull back the curtain and show people exactly what you’re doing to succeed. Over 360 Stars were interviewed over two decades. Nearly half of them showed up each year to contribute at the Star Power Annual Conference, coming on their own dime to contribute and to give back to the network that had supported them so well.
Today, we seek out these openly-sharing, servant-hearted top producers with the same high standards. While production certainly matters (we typically look for 75 transactions minimum for solo agents and 150 transactions for teams), what matter more are their unique stories and their authenticity as they serve their communities.