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Jeremy Chubb is with Weichert, Realtors – Premier in Andover, Minnesota. Last year he closed 19 transactions. This year he closed 213 transactions with a total sales volume of 19.3 million. His average sales price was 90 thousand of which 4% were buyers and 96% were sellers. He has a team with 8 members.
Jeremy Chubb has been an agent for 4 years. He is a partner of the Jeremy Chubb Team. He started real estate right out of high school. Jeremy took a quantum leap in production going from 19 closing last year to 213 closings this year. He accomplished this thorough focus, determination, partnership, team building, and the willingness to work 80 hours per week. It’s an impressive feat for a young man who just celebrated his 22nd birthday.
Jeremy decided he wanted to be a high producing REO agent. Veteran agents told him it was too late to get into the REO market. Luckily for Jeremy, he did not heed their advice. Instead, he went full force after his goal and never looked back.
Jeremy describes how he took on a partner with similar goals, prospected asset managers, and quickly built a team to help him service the business. He talks about how he changed the perception of his young age from a liability to an asset.
Jeremy flies all over the nation meeting bank representatives and asset managers at their location. He uses his youthful energy and perspective to quickly build relationships. Listen to how Jeremy networks with other REO agents through out his state and the nation to expand his knowledge of the industry.
2011 Stats (year-to-date):
- 213 closings
- 19.3 million sales volume
- 90 thousand average price
- 4% buyers and 96% sellers
- 8 member team:
- 1 Assistant
- 1 BPO Specialist
- 2 Field Reps / Property Inspectors
- 2 Buyer Agents
- 2 Team Partners
(originally published on 12/07/11)