Kenny Truong

Kenny Truong, the force behind the #FASTAGENT brand, has changed the San Francisco real estate scene as FAST Real Estate’s founder and team leader. Recognized for his unique marketing flair—from bus stop ads to online presence—Kenny stands out for his marketing abilities. His secret? A blend of relentless work ethic, constant goal-setting, and marketing genius. Kenny’s achievements mark him as a top agent in the Bay Area, driving both his and FAST Real Estate’s success forward.


Real Estate Agent Recruiting Presentation Best Practices

So, you’re building your team and you want the best real estate agents (of course) to join you. Think of it as building the Avengers of the real estate industry. Like with anything in business, having the right people on your team is essential to success. When everyone is on the same page and reaching for the same goals, the entire team benefits.

The Importance of Recruiting Top-Performing Real Estate Agents

The desire to recruit top talent is not exclusive to real estate. As a quote from Steve Jobs goes, “The secret to my success is that we have gone to exceptional lengths to hire the best people in the world.” Most people want to surround themselves with the best people possible to learn from them and elevate themselves.

No matter what industry you’re in, it’s essential to bring in and keep talented individuals who can help your company grow, come up with new ideas, and achieve great results. People with exceptional skills often consistently deliver outstanding performance, show potential for growth, and fit well with your company’s culture and values. Everyone can agree that these are the type of people we want to work with!

In real estate, the desired characteristics are the same. You want to recruit top-performing real estate agents who will contribute to your team’s success. Often, they also bring along their extensive network of previous clients and leads, making it even more important to have great real estate agents join your team.

The Role of an Effective Real Estate Agent Recruiting Presentation in Attracting Talent

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As the other saying goes, “First impressions last, ” and the best way to make a memorable mark on the talent you’re recruiting is to send them a top-notch presentation. This is the perfect opportunity to highlight your team’s strengths, the technology tools you use, and the potential growth opportunities for the agent. Remember to show yourself and your team in the best possible light. 

You can package and present your information through an enticing and effective Highnote recruiting presentation.

Real Estate Agent Recruiting Presentation Tips

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First, let’s take a look at a few real estate agent recruiting presentation tips:

Identifying the Ideal Candidate Profile

Who is your ideal candidate? It’s about more than just how much sales they can generate. While this is also important, what matters more is if there is a good fit between the agent you’re recruiting and your team. What do you need? Are you looking for an agent with a specific set of skills you feel your team is lacking? For example, if your team excels at acquiring young professional clients but lacks expertise in attracting families, seek out an agent who is an expert at working with families. 


Here’s another example – you’ve mastered selling houses at a specific price range, but you want to try selling higher-priced properties. You’ll want to look for someone with extensive experience with luxury real estate listings. 


While the basic skill sets of an ideal candidate are often the same – consistent, reliable, and talented with potential – your team’s specific needs may differ from those of another real estate brokerage. Identifying your ideal candidate is the first step in real estate agent recruiting.

Tailoring Your Presentation to Resonate With Potential Agents

When you’ve created your ideal candidate profile, it’s time to create your real estate recruitment presentation. Like working with different clients, each real estate agent is unique and is looking for different things in a team. What appeals to one may not appeal to another agent. So, tailor each presentation you send out to resonate with other agents.


There’s no need to create a Highnote presentation from scratch every time you want to send it to a potential candidate. Start with general information any agent will want to know, such as your team’s goals and vision. Each agent must know these before they even consider joining your team. Make these key features crystal clear so there are no questions or misconceptions. 


After including general information, you can tailor each candidate’s presentation. If you know specific details you think each agent will relate to, include them. For example, maybe you heard that one of your candidates is a new mom, so you can show how working with you will give her the time she needs to care for her baby when needed.

Utilizing Visually Appealing and Professional Design Elements

As with any presentation, you should use visually appealing and professional design elements. These details capture your audience’s attention and make your presentation more credible. Remember, you are recruiting top-tier talent, so your recruitment presentation should be top-tier as well. Ensure your presentation flows smoothly and all your visual elements go well together. Highnote has a number of assets you can use to ensure your presentation is visually appealing. 

Crafting a Powerful Opening to Capture Attention

Start with a powerful opening to deliver maximum impact. Capture your reader’s attention with a strong opening to ensure they read the rest of your presentation. A good way to start a presentation is to present your team’s mission and vision. Tell them what you want to achieve and how you plan on getting there. A powerful opening attracts their attention and gives them an idea of what you’re all about off the bat. 

Incorporating Storytelling Techniques to Create a Personal Connection

Unleash the power of storytelling. Telling a story is a great way to create a personal connection between you and the person you’re recruiting. They want to feel that they can relate to you. One great way of doing this is to share success stories of other real estate agents who’ve found success with your team. These types of stories show potential recruits that they also have their own success story waiting for them.

Presenting Market Statistics and Trends to Demonstrate Growth Opportunities

Talking numbers can get a bit boring, but not when you’re talking about potential earnings and benefits. Everyone wants to hear about how much they can possibly make!  Include market statistics and trends to show why working with you is an excellent idea. If you work primarily in a high-demand market, show them market statistics that demonstrate how you’ll always have interested buyers and sellers. More importantly, break down commission structures to show them how much they can potentially earn.

Providing Data on the Brokerage’s Track Record and Performance

There’s nothing as effective as presenting your team’s track record to convince someone to join your organization. Include graphs illustrating the agency’s growth and charts that show the team’s collective earnings – these little visual treats can be both informative and eye-catching. Of course, you should also include different anecdotes and samples of your team’s past sales and clients.

Utilizing Metrics to Showcase Agent Success and Support Provided

Similar to providing data that shows the brokerage’s track record and performance, use metrics to showcase how well your agents are doing. For example, you can show how much your agent’s sales have increased since joining your team. Regarding perks like professional development opportunities, make sure to talk about them loud and clear. Provide metrics and numbers that show how well your other agents are doing, thanks to the team’s support.

Illustrating the Brokerage’s Positive Work Environment

Again, it’s crucial that there is a good fit with the real estate agent you’re recruiting and your team. Show them examples of why your brokerage is a great place to work. Do you have flexible hours, regular team lunches, or a mentoring system? Illustrate your team’s positive work environment so they can imagine themselves thriving in your workplace. 

Featuring Testimonials From Current Agents About the Company's Culture

Another essential part to include in your recruiting presentation is a section featuring testimonials from current agents about the company’s work culture. Reviews and testimonials are an excellent way to show potential recruits what your current agent thinks about your team and culture. Ask some current agents to talk about their experiences working with your team.

Closing the Deal

Lastly, end your recruiting presentation just as strong as you started. The end should wrap everything up, including a clear and compelling call to action. Effective recruiting presentations also end with offering incentives for immediate action. For example, if they join your team today, they get an additional cash bonus or extra days off. These incentives can encourage an agent to sign up with you immediately. 


Ensure you provide all your contact details and the next steps for interested agents who want to join your team. Some may need a few days to consider your offer, so you should ensure they have your contact details handy when they’ve made their decision.

Recruit High-Performing Agents with Highnote’s Presentations

Highnote presentations can help you recruit high-performing agents that can contribute positively to your team’s growth. When you use Highnote, you demonstrate that you and your brokerage are updated with the latest tech tools and embrace innovation. If you have an existing recruiting presentation, there’s no need to re-write it. Use all your current information, update those that need refreshing, and then put them together in a Highnote to elevate your existing presentation. 

Learn more about Highnote and how it can help you create effective recruiting presentations