Real Estate Agent with Sutton Group West Coast Realty

Talked to Bill Nasby tonight.

 Eight-one years old and still driving around North America in his RV doing workshops on Creative Visualization and door knocking.

Many of you will know that Bill has had some cancer concerns in the past but is now 100% cancer free. It was conquered Bill's way. A special diet, creative visualization, affirmations and what Bill would call the universal source.

Way to go Bill.

  Bill is the real thing. A couple times in his life he has relocated to a new community and with a very short period of time he became a top producer in his new town.

 Bill and his students have proven over and over that you don't need to spend a ton of money in this business to succeed. Bill's system is simple. Pick a large area. Eliminate the people who don't want to move in the next year. Continually follow up on the rest. When they call to list they are sold on you. No listing presentation required to close the listing.

 Bill made hundreds of thousands of dollars knocking on doors in the 1980s and 1990s. Mike Ferry talks about one of his students who took Mike's workshop and became a top producer by knocking on doors in thirty below temperature in Edmonton Alberta wearing a snow suit. Bill Nasby was that guy.

Check out Bill.


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Caren Wallace
Premier Property Group LLC - Tualatin, OR
Portland Caren Real Estate

Bob, one of my brokers called this the Teckmier Technique! There was an agent called Teckmier who used to go door to door and was quite successful at it! People today are so surprised by someone knocking on their door that they rarely shut the door in your face! It is a good way to meet your neighbors or meet people in a farm area! They will definitely remember you!

Apr 09, 2009 11:51 PM #1
Bob Dunn
Sutton Group West Coast Realty - Abbotsford, BC

Caren the surprising occurrence for anyone doing door knocking, cold calls etc, is how many nice people you meet and how many want to chat.

Apr 12, 2009 03:35 AM #2
Terry Chenier
Homelife Glenayre Realty - Mission, BC


Very inspiring. I wish I could cold call; but absolutely hate it.

Apr 13, 2009 02:02 AM #3
John Palmisano
Keller Williams Properties Weston, FL - Weston, FL

Bob, I have not had the guts to door knock, as of today. Working on it, but still have some fears.

Apr 17, 2009 02:19 PM #4
Bob Dunn
Sutton Group West Coast Realty - Abbotsford, BC

John I'm back working on the same thing but I have to remember one occasion where I left a note at door got a call from them the next day, doubled ended their house two weeks later and sold them a new home the next week. Once I listed a townhouse a townhouse because the executor found my card stuck on the wall next to the phone and picked up two ends from promoting that property.

Apr 17, 2009 06:03 PM #5
Scott Leaf Personal Real Estate Corporation
Keller Williams Elite Realty, Port Coquitlam, BC - Port Coquitlam, BC
Scott Leaf & Associates Real Estate Team

The nice weather has just rekindled my interest in Door Knocking, went out two days ago and got 3 leads, didnt cost me a cent.

I have to agree with Bob, people are nicer to you at the door then on the phone.  I met one guy the other day that had read my blog.  I got a tip on a neighbour that was talking about moving.  You get seen in your turf...there are so many advantages to door knocking!

Tomorrow going to do a lot more! Just Do it!

Apr 22, 2009 03:06 PM #6
Anja Kerstens
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Morgan Hill, CA
GRI, CDPE, CHS, ASP, Selling Silicon Valley Real

Door knocking is not for me.  I prefer meeting for coffee.  I usually call and set up appointments on Thursday mornings to meet old friends or neighbors to let them know what I am up to these days and to check up on them.  I need to become a bit more "aggressive" but that is not my style.

I guess we all have to do what fits for them.  Bill, seems to be an amazing person.

May 14, 2009 03:52 AM #7
Bob Dunn
Sutton Group West Coast Realty - Abbotsford, BC

Anja we must do what works for us ... find people to talk to every day.

May 17, 2009 11:25 AM #8
Tim Krueger
Morovish Properties - Costa Mesa, CA

I just heard about Bill today while talking to a friend.  Inspiring guy! 

Sep 24, 2009 01:16 PM #9
Matthew Naumann
Exit Realty Charleston Group - Goose Creek, SC
Goose Creek, SC Real Estate Agent


Great Post. Thanks for sharing,

Matt Naumann

Jan 05, 2010 11:03 AM #10
Tammy LaPlante - Exit HomeTown Properties

Well everyone - I have yet to door knock - yet.  Will be!  In training with Bill and let me tell you, worth everything.  My self esteem (not that it was low to begin with) confidence, and the know how to really succeed.  Get over the fear and just try it.  Pick a buddy, what can someone do.. shut the door?  "Some will, some won't, so what, next..."  Love it!

Feb 10, 2010 10:41 AM #11
Amie Larsen


Thank you so much for posting about Bill Nasby. I am one of Bill's students that has become a Top Producer from Bill's example and teaching. I have been coaching with Bill now for over 6 years and my life has been so blessed because of it. For those of you who are afraid of door knocking or prospecting in general, it would be worth your while to purchase Bill's Cd's or even better, have Bill come to your town and take you to the doors. Talking to someone face to face is the most effective way to build a relationship and find the people who want to move so you can help them.

Bill Is my HERO and I wouldn't be where I am today without him.

"Little" Amie Larsen

Dec 16, 2010 05:08 PM #12
Deb Webb

I am looking for my good buddy Bill Nasby.  We use to skydive todether and as his Master rigger, I repacked his reserve parachute 3 times in one a day.  A record he still holds for the most reserve rides in the same day.

I'd like to catch up with him.  My husband, his pilot, became an Anesthesiologist and we adopted more kids.  We bought another home and are moveing to Utah.  I've taken up paraglideing after being paralyzed for 6 months and told I would NEVER walk again.  "Never say never!!!"

Please have him contact us.  Thanks!  Ron & Deb Webb, Aeroplay Aviation 209-482-0018

Jan 26, 2012 04:36 PM #13
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