Power moves w david batori

Community Brings Opportunity: Finding Success in Knowing Your Market

In this podcast episode, learn why David Batori says you don’t need to branch out to be successful and why it’s important to become an expert in your community.

David Batori of RE/MAX Hallmark Batori Group Inc. in Toronto, Ontario, has 32 years of experience in real estate with an entrepreneurial mindset that lends itself to the industry and RE/MAX. After a learning experience with a discount brokerage, David knew it wasn’t what he needed to get ahead. After moving to RE/MAX he focused on the community he lived in and his business thrived, and he knew to keep up he had to build a team. A decision that clearly paid off. Achieving Pinnacle status in 2021, he is one of a mere 50 RE/MAX agents in Canada with Luminary distinction – 20 years with RE/MAX plus $20 million in gross commission. In this episode of Power Moves David shares how living and working in his community, specializing, and building a team have helped him get to where he is today.

Listen to the entire podcast to learn some of David’s power moves and:

  • Why discount brokerages may be too good to be true
  • The benefits of being a specialist vs a generalist agent
  • Why it’s important to know the area and community you work in
  • How a team can help you grow, no matter the size
  • Why persistence is power – how success usually takes time and dedication pays off

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