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Voodoo Agent Series - How to Find Your Real Estate Voodoo







The most successful real estate agents come in every shape, size, intelligence and personality. There is the obvious charismatic, attractive, smart and connected agent who kills it. There is also that agent that you would not trust with a coffee order if they were a Barista at Starbucks, yet is wildly successful.


The common denominator all successful agents have is what I call “Voodoo”. They have a magic ability to make deals happen where others struggle. Voodoo Agent is the study of taking those actions and making your own magic. These weekly videos will discuss the best practices you and I need to take to be in the top 1% of all agents in the country.


Why am doing this? The best way to master your craft is to give it away and teach others what you know. After over 30 years in Real Estate I know a lot but I am still a sponge and learn daily. Every time I share with others what I have learned, I absorb it on a deeper level and make myself accountable to practice what I preach.


Stay up-to-date with current videos by following Gary's Voodoo Agent page on YouTube here.



Gary Gold is a marquee name in luxury real estate and his sale of The Playboy Mansion sets a record as the first residence to sell over $100,000,000 in Los Angeles. Gary is also one of its most successful trend setting agents. He’s an internationally recognized expert known for his creative use of technology, marketing and publicity to sell some of the finest homes in the world. Gary is further distinguished by the rare ability to secure high net worth, qualified buyers from digital marketing. This success, year after year, continues to produce a steady stream of buyers from not only the Los Angeles area, but throughout North and South America, Europe, and Asia.


Gary Gold began his career in real estate over 25 years ago and has been a top producer with Hilton & Hyland since its inception. Hilton & Hyland is Beverly Hills preeminent luxury real estate firm, with over $2.7 billion in annual sales.



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