What I Didn't Learn in Real Estate School*
*And Not Just About Real Estate
Ann Taddeo with Phil Smith (Authors)
One of Denver's Top Realtors, Ann Taddeo, discusses her life and her career in this autobiography. Looking back at her early life, she says, she was destined to become a real estate agent. She and a friend played Monopoly for hours. She decided to pursue a real estate career in 1994 after having negative experiences the first few times she bought homes. There had to be a better way to do this, she decided, and she found that way. Now, over 20 years later, she gives the basics of real estate, for both buyers and sellers, and describes different business models that affect the service real estate customers receive. She tells stories about incidents that have added a touch of spice to her business. She discusses the lengths to which she'll go to provide her customers with what she calls "service on steroids." And in the end, she talks about what she's learned about life. This is a fascinating look at a fascinating life in real estate.
"I've learned that you can't be all things to all people, so the only thing to do is just be yourself."
– Ann Taddeo