Brian Buffini Course

Commercial Real Estate Agent with Doyno Realty

Can anyone out there please tell me about this course?

What does it do and does it make that big a difference to your margins?

Any info would be very helpful and welcome please.


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Tony Giglio - Cincinnati, OH
If you are talking about the 100 days to greatness course, not sure that it will make a difference to your margins but it does give you some good tips and suggestions.  Lots of farming techniques as well as organizational suggestions.
Mar 04, 2008 03:00 AM #1
Paul Jeremy
Doyno Realty - Bradenton, FL
have you done the course Tony? if so do you know what it costs? and is it worth it?
Mar 04, 2008 03:05 AM #2
Karen Luke
South Metro Property Management, LLC - McDonough, GA
Henry County Real Estate

There's alot you can do with Buffini, go the website at

You can do the 100 days--no offered in my area.

You can do the blue box montly.

You can do the full clubnet coaching program.

Take a look.

Mar 04, 2008 03:11 AM #3
Delaware Junk Removal Residential And Commercial Hauling Clean Outs
Delaware Junk Removal 302-530-9186 - Wilmington, DE
Whole House Clean Outs, Basements, Garages, Attics
I hear good things about him, nice guy, it seems to be about accountability and SOI.
Mar 04, 2008 03:12 AM #4
Paul Jeremy
Doyno Realty - Bradenton, FL
anyone know any down sides to it?
Mar 04, 2008 03:34 AM #5
Charity Lane
O'Brien Realty - Prince Frederick, MD

Paul - Just finished the 100 Days in Jan 08 and it was great! My clients like the small changes I have made to my business and they look forward everything that I do now as a result of this class. I you need to take the class directly from your broker but check out the Brian Buffini website. There is also a a Brian Buffini forum here on AR to ask questions. I highly recommend it!

Mar 04, 2008 09:49 AM #6
Paul Jeremy
Doyno Realty - Bradenton, FL
hi Charity, thanks for getting back to me. If you remember, please keep me informed over the next few weeks. i'd love to know how much better you think you are doing!
Mar 04, 2008 10:03 AM #7
Joe Buffington
RE/MAX Realty Centre - Olney, MD

I am a Certified Mentor for 100 Days.  We have had about 50 agents over 3 years take the 100 Days course.  The interesting stat we had was that about 15% of the students wound up leaving the business before the class even ended.  I was so bummed.  However, I realized that the folks who left realized that real estate is not just driving nice cars looking at pretty homes.  As Brian would say, "the only place success comes before work is in the dictionary".  

It is a great back to basics course.  We are helping 15 year veterans retool their business.  In a market where incomes are way down, referral based marketing is key to improving NET income.

Mar 20, 2008 03:03 PM #8
Joe Brown

I'm almost finished with the 100 Days course.  I've been to a training day seminar.  It was great.  I think this course is great for new agents wit little or now sales experience and definately worth the cost.  For more experienced salespersons or agents...I'm not so sure.  I guess if you're making a steady income you won't benefit all that much becuase you are probably doing the things taught in the course.

I'd do it again and I'll continue to subscribe to Brian's lead generation program as well as attending the advanced seminars.

Feel free to contact me if you want additional information.



Mar 29, 2008 11:50 AM #9
Tim Ireland
Midland States Bank - Bourbonnais, IL

Can anyone tell me, what's the cost of the program?  (i.e.:  coaching & 100 Days to Greatness)

May 17, 2008 02:09 PM #10
Susan Emo
Sotheby's International Realty Canada - Brokerage - Kingston, ON
Kingston and the 1000 Islands Area

I think the Buffini program is great for new agents but even better for those 'seasoned'.  I find that sometimes the basics get overlooked and people get a bit big for their britches.    I am the only one in my office who has signed on to Buffini and Co. and I have colleagues ask me every day why I'm so busy and why I have clients sending me flowers and cards, etc. 

I am very very busy right now in my business and these first 5 months have proven to me that this is the way to succeed.  My costs are waaaaay down and my transactions are hugely up (doubled)  I am surrounded by negativity in my office but my Coach is nothing but positive and helps me realize tht I am most like the 3 people I am around the most.  YIKES!

Yes, you need to be accountable but mainly to yourself.  Without structure you fly by the seat of your pants.   Go for Buffini today and thank me later.

May 27, 2008 11:10 AM #11
Tom Sheeran
Berkshire Hathaway Dunwoody - Dunwoody, GA
The Answer to your Resl Estate needs!

I took this course a few years back and thought it was pretty good - it's all about running a referral based business. The info you learn is about sending personal hand written notes, getting out and about meeting people to add to your contact database...

Several agents in our office do his coaching program; but that seems pretty expensive and you only get limited phone time with your coach. Plus the blue box with thank you notes and hand outs.

I use part of what I learned with 100 Days and add it to all my other marketing systems I use: postcards, newsletters, Talking House, personal website with lead generation reports.

It's all about consistency - with what ever you use - keep plugging away!

May 27, 2008 11:53 PM #12
Pacita Dimacali
Alain Pinel - Oakland, CA
Alameda/Contra Costa Counties CA

Yes, the monthly fee for a package (notes, CAP items, conference call CD, coaching, free attendance at seminars except Mastermind) may feel expensive...but it's expensive only if you don't use it. The value of the course is to hold you accountable for the basic tenets of the program. If you don't use it, it's like buying an expensive espresso machine that one used once, and put away in an appliance graveyard; or buying a digital camera with a built-in video, but one only uses it to take pictures.

I'm guilty of not following through with every tool available to me....but it helps to have some kind of structure that I can go back to. Every little bit helps...and staying in contact with my client base is of utmost importance in these trying times.

Having joined the Buffini groups reinforces the need for consistency. This program is kinder, gentler, and makes the most sense for a lot of folks.

Good luck to us all!

Aug 01, 2008 06:35 AM #13
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