About The Realty Classroom
Get To Know Us
Danny Griffin started his professional career in the investment banking business with a dream of going to Harvard Business School and living the Wall Street life until one day he walked out the door to become an entrepreneur.
Once he settled on helping people through the largest emotional and financial transaction most would ever encounter – selling or buying a home – he started with 1,000 business cards, a desk with a lamp, and the work ethic of a Navy Seal.
He quickly realized that without a strategy his real estate job would never become a real business that would bring him the financial freedom that a good business should provide.
He became a prolific consumer of training and coaching materials which eventually lead him to start The Realty Classroom to help other agents save thousands of hours hunting and pecking for answers.
Danny spends the rest of his time indulging in his family and what’s important to them.
Our Simple Mission: To Be People For Others
We get asked all the time, “When is it good enough?” We know agents wonder because it’s a daunting task to build a business. We will not rest until any real estate agent or brokerage who wants to know our simple secrets gets access.
Ultimately, the real estate business is one of the greatest ways to be of service to other people by helping them find a home where they feel safe and secure.
The real estate agent industry should be seen as more professional and we believe that starts through educating agents about how the business works at its best.
We Don’t Think Like Them
We believe that the real estate agent business should be looked at from a holistic viewpoint: from the start of the process to the end result.
Too many coaches and trainers teach only a part of the whole as if that will lead to a sustainable and profitable business. Real estate agency is a business and therefore requires you to work on all of its parts…we simplify that for you. “Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.” ~ Einstein
We constantly imagine ourselves sitting in a glass room above the “assembly line” with Henry Ford working hard to produce the happiest past client possible who is likely to repeat or refer us business.
What It Takes
Your Belief In A Bigger You
Your Intellectual Curiosity
Your Humble Open-Mindedness
You Celebrating Victories