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Real Estate Influence – The Book


The ‘Missing Links’ to Gaining & Sustaining Influence Through Elevating Your Education, Skills, and Value.

Real Estate Influence takes a forensic and comprehensive look into what real estate professionals must do to gain and sustain personal and professional influence with consumers, clients, and within their communities. Chris Stuart, CEO of HSF Affiliates LLC, and Allan Dalton, CEO of Real Living Real Estate and Senior VP of Research and Development of HSF Affiliates, combine their knowledge and wisdom to impart the best practices necessary for discovering the ‘missing links’ to gaining & sustaining influence, both personally and professionally through elevating education, skills, and value. A true ‘must read’ for business professionals in all industries—especially in real estate.

What People Are Saying About Real Estate Influence

Real estate industry leaders have endorsed the vision of Real Estate Influence.

Gino Blefari
CEO, HomeServices of America
“ It is long overdue that the concept and consequences of influence be treated as seriously as the real estate industry does technology, prospecting, social media, networking, selling and marketing.”
Brian Buffini
Chairman & Founder, Buffini & Company
“ In an industry obsessed with with image, Chris Stuart and Allan Dalton cut through the fluff and reveal how influence, not image, is the key to long lasting success in the real estate business and becoming your client’s trusted advisor.”
Michael Jalbert
Global Real Estate Leader
“ The need to elevate Real Estate Influence is both a world-wide need as well as an exciting opportunity.”
About Chris Stuart
About Chris Stuart

Chris Stuart is the Chief Executive Officer and President of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, one of the world’s most prestigious and fastest-growing residential real estate brokerage franchise networks. In this capacity, he is responsible for the day-to-day franchise operations supporting more than 50,000 network real estate professionals and nearly 1,500 offices throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe, and the Middle East.

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