During these uncertain times it’s always important to know concrete facts from the greatest industry leaders.

For today’s episode of the Tom Ferry Podcast experience, I was fortunate to speak with my dear friend, Chairman and CEO of T3 Sixty, Stefan Swanepoel, who joins me to talk about the present and future of the real estate industry.

As the leading expert who is able to translate complex issues into easy-to-understand messages of the real estate business, Stefan shared so many golden nuggets on what to pay attention to in the industry.

We also talked about the importance of planning ahead, and not just for the good times, but as well for the bad times! Stefan talked about how he even has a Plan B for his Plan B. 

It’s not the time to stick your head in the sand and expect your business to run smoothly. Start planning now for every circumstance that may arise and be prepared for it. Our current reality has definitely taught us that hard lesson!

Stefan also shared 3 key components every brokerage needs to focus on to boost their business once our new normal arrives. 

From the changes that COVID-19 has accelerated to important insights of the real estate industry, you won’t want to miss this episode!

In this episode we talk about…

0:55 – Tom shares how he met and connected with Stefan Swanepoel 

 3:22 – Stefan shares about his international upbringing and how he started working in the real estate industry 

 11:15 – Listen to Stefan talk about his ambitions to achieve his 20 life goals 

 16:42 – You need to always have a plan for everything!

 21:03 – “Decisions are not black and white.” 

 26:05 – Find out why Stefan is the #1 real estate industry expert 

 32:33 – Discover the latest real estate stage we’re currently in 

 39:43 – You need to take into account these 3 key components to get your business ready for the future!

 44:33 – “COVID-19 has accelerated certain paths, shifts, and changes that were already evident.”

 52:46 – Stefan shares powerful words to help you continue on


Stefan Swanepoel

T3 Sixty