Virtual Gen Blue Experience

Get ready for a Gen Blue Experience® unlike any other. Virtual Gen Blue will encompass everything you love and have come to expect from a Generation Blue Experience® – including impactful sessions, top-notch entertainment, and networking opportunities.

This year’s Virtual Gen Blue will be split over two days, September 16 & 17, 2020. The first day will include our hallmark General Session, where you’ll hear from Coldwell Banker leaders, network members, and maybe even a surprise special guest. 

The second day of Virtual Gen Blue will be all about building your business. Take part in first-class mastermind sessions and panel discussions.  While some of the breakout sessions are for Coldwell Banker Affiliates only, some events will be open to all agents.

Join us at the 2020 Virtual Gen Blue for a performance and Q&A with special guest, American Idol Season 18 winner, Just Sam (Samantha Diaz). Hear her perform and share her inspiring story during General Session on September 16 starting at 2 p.m. ET. Check out Just Sam’s American Idol audition by clicking the button below. WATCH NOW

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The Coldwell Banker Global Luxury® program is excited to launch a new look at General Session on September 16 during the Virtual Gen Blue Experience®.

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You’re Invited!

At Coldwell Banker Premier Realty, we are committed to helping our agents live exceptional lives as they leave their mark on the world of real estate. This commitment does not end with us locally, because our agents have access to share knowledge and ideas with real estate experts across the county. For a limited time, Coldwell Banker LLC is opening up their virtual classes to all agents worldwide. See below for more information on how to attend these events.



Coldwell Banker President and CEO, Ryan Gorman, is hosting a Real Estate of the Union, a live town hall for consumers. Tune in Wednesday, June 17 at 2:30 p.m. ET as Ryan provides an overview of the current real estate industry and answers the pertinent questions directly from home buyers and sellers. He’ll be sharing his insights and answering your questions during a Facebook Live Event. You can share this event with your sphere and current and potential clients using an eCard available hereRSVP to the event here.



Join us on Wednesday, June 17 at 3:30 p.m. ET for the next Portraits of What Moves Her session with special guest, Sally Roberts – elite woman wrestler, combat Army veteran, sports psychologist and founder of the advocacy organization, Wrestle Like a Girl. During the session, we will explore how Sally encountered obstacles and wrestled her way through the challenges to inspire others through her work. Click here for more information or to join the upcoming session. 



Join us Thursday, June 18 at 2 p.m. ET for the second installment of Getting Real With Money – the three-part Wealth Builder Virtual Expo series featuring renowned personal finance authority and coach Chris Hogan of the Dave Ramsey Group. This session will help you develop strategies for sustained financial success and will feature an extended Q&A portion. Get more information or attend the upcoming session here

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How to Prepare Yourself for Returning to Work Post- Quarantine

During the past few months, we have increased our online presence within our company, bringing educational training and meetings onto a virtual platform. This is a new trend we will continue to embrace, but we would be lying if we said we were not looking forward to getting back in our campuses (safely, of course.) Next week, we will begin a soft open of our campuses while implementing sanitation and social distancing practices. Through many conversations, we know that not everyone feels as prepared. In one of our recent online sales meetings, Dr. Dan Shiode gave us a few tips on preparing to go back to the workplace. Here are a few of our favorites.

  1. Take your time 
    Going back to working in an office does not have to happen full force. If you are uncomfortable, come back in stages, choosing to work from home two to three days a week. Even our CEO, Bob Hamrick, experienced some anxiety coming back to the office. Remember to practice relaxing daily habits to combat the stressors of re-entry. 
  2. Think about your clients 
    Whether you are worried about COVID-19, or not, realize that that it is a concern for many. Our campuses will be following strict reopening procedures, but as a real estate agent, you interact with your clients in many facets. Consider asking yourself these questions taking your clients well-being into account. Will you be offering gloves or masks to clients? Will you continue offering virtual meetings and showings?  
  3. Return mentally first   
    Getting back to a routine is essential because a lack of structure can increase stress. If you have let your normal work routine slip, start getting back in the habit of waking up at a certain time and dressing for work at home, before going into the office. Also reflect on the time you had at home. Have you added new self-care habits? Have you been spending more quality time with family? Think about any positive changes you have made and make a plan to continue to implement them as you return to work.  



The Green Valley Leadership Team is ready to get back to work! from Coldwell Banker Premier Realty on Vimeo.

Our new campus features mountain and strip views for you to enjoy from the shaded rooftop deck. Not only are the views pretty to look at, there are many benefits to having an outdoor space to take short breaks. Just 10-15 min of sunshine is good for your mental health. Aside from absorbing Vitamin D, your brain also releases more serotonin and endorphins in turn, boosting your mood.   

Leave Your Mark | Outstanding Service

Jessie Sorani has been guiding families home in the Las Vegas Valley with Coldwell Banker Premier Realty since 2011. Jessie is no stranger to our Top-25 agent list, and won numerous awards at our Annual Awards Celebration, including Top-10 Sales Associates for GCI, which she grew by 33% in 2019. She prides herself in providing her clients with the most up-to-date market news and delivering superior customer service. This month, we are sitting down with Jessie to highlight her accomplishments and identify how she leveraged the resources offered by our Corporate Services team.

CBPR: Jessie, in 2019 you increased your GCI by 33%. How do you continue to grow your business year after year and to what do you credit that success?

Jessie: My business has been built on referrals! My clients know that they come first, and it means so much to me that they trust me to help them with one of the biggest decisions of their life. That trust results in the referral of their family and friends.

CBPR: I bet it is a wonderful feeling that your clients know you go above and beyond for them.  Is there any department at CBPR that assists you with your referral business?

Jessie: The Corporate Service department does a lot for me. They help me find great out-of-state agents for my clients who need to buy or sell in a different location. Their referral network ensures my clients receive the same level of service I would provide myself no matter where they plan on buying or selling real estate.

CBPR: With the referral business, do you find yourself overwhelmed on the backend with paperwork?

Jessie: No – and that’s the best part! Not only do the ladies in the Corporate Services department refer me business, they diligently watch over my transactions and remind me of upcoming deadlines.

CBPR: You were one of the agents selected as a guest speaker in our Mastermind with the Master classes. What was the one piece of advice you shared?

Jessie: My advice to new agents is to take failures or setbacks as a learning experience. Learn from your mistakes and use that knowledge to do better in the future. This is also true for agents who have already had success in the business. You should never think you are above learning new things. That is one of the reasons I love the classes offered at CBPR. We are always learning new strategies to help grow our business.

This interview originally took place pre Covid-19. We reached out to Jessie to find out how she has adjusted her business during this time.

CBPR: You mentioned previously that you have grown your business on personal and outgoing referrals. Have you noticed a shift in how you are working with clients, and what tip would you give to agents finding it difficult to navigate client relationships at this time?

Jessie: I wouldn’t say I have shifted my business practice much, but I am even more focused on checking in with my past clients. It is important to me that they know I am here for them, and not just when they need to buy or sell a home. One positive that has come from this situation is that Facetime has allowed me to have a deeper connection with my clients than traditional phone calls. I just closed a deal with an out-of-state buyer and being able to assist them from their home while they snuggled up with a dog on their lap was very special.     

Meet Your Corporate Services Team

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The CBPR Corporate Services Team| 2019 Cartus Platinum Award Winners

Sue Kwasneski | Vice President, Corporate Services
Sara Maring | Operations Manager, Corporate Services
Jasmine Rockwell | Account Specialist, Corporate Services

Not only does our Corporate Services department help facilitate our agent’s client referrals, but they do it with a smile, which is why they were awarded the Navy Federal Spirit Bell Award in 2020. The Spirit Bell Award is presented in recognition of overall performance excellence and outstanding service to Navy Federal’s network of over 900+ million members. They are continuously ranked amongst the best of the Cartus Broker Network, the leader in employee relocation solutions. This year marks the 6th year in a row being named a Cartus Platinum member. 

If you are new to CBPR and want to get to know the corporate services department, make sure you come prepared to talk about your love for the Vegas Golden Knights, because these ladies are super-fans, and I think we are all yearning to have them back in our lives. Go Knights Go!

Read all our department reviews by clicking the photo below.

Virtual Class Schedule | April 13-17

We believe that our LVR community needs come together and support each other during this time of uncertainty. We are pleased to continue our regular hours of operation, now virtually. Our entire leadership support team has been participating in meetings over the course of the week and we continue to be excited about providing you the very high level of service you have always enjoyed at CBPR. If you have ever been curious about our in-person training events or you feel that you need extra support during this time, we encourage you to attend one of our weekly webinars.

Contact any of our Sales Management team for more information on joining one of our weekly webinars.