About Brad Andersohn

” A man on a mission with an obvious passion for life and for helping people! “

        

“I love real estate, technology, social media, network marketing, blogging, SEO, music and chillin with my friends and family.  My career focus has been helping others build their business and community using a variety of tools and services that are available both on and off the web.”  Brad Andersohn

Brad’s Bio:

Brad Andersohn is an International Industry Executive serving the real estate industry’s global community.  Brad is the Executive Director of Education and Industry Outreach for eXp Realty International Corp. The first-ever, online International Real Estate Organization and Brokerage which is agent-owned and totally cloud based.

Previously, Brad was the National Industry Outreach Manager for Zillow and the Founder and Director of Zillow Academy; a FREE on-line Real Estate training and support platform created and structured for helping Real Estate Professionals become more successful. He brings more than 30 years experience working in the real estate industry and is responsible for providing executive-level tools and products that help real estate professionals reach their personal, business, and financial goals.

His role with Zillow and the Academy was to provide on-going training, education, technology and support for industry professionals.  Brad also traveled the country as a speaker for a variety of local and national real estate related events including his role at the Zillow Summit as the events main host and emcee.

Before Zillow, Brad served more than 20 years in the Title Industry at First American Corporation as their Executive Services Director. Then, in 2007 he joined the online start-up ActiveRain/Trulia where he spent more than four years helping build the site to its 250k plus members as their Community Manager. He continues to serve there as a Community Ambassador and is the 2nd most subscribed ActiveRain blog author.

He is the founder and creator of Agent Assist, REVideoBlog, RE TechWorld, Realtools for REALTORS, ActiveRain University and Zillow Academy to name a few. He was named one of the Top 50 Most Influential Online in Real Estate by Inman News.

He’s an animated speaker, a practical trainer, a dynamic presenter and a trustworthy coach, always finding better, faster more efficient ways to help you get the job done.

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“I have enjoyed helping
thousands of Brokers and Agents across the US find better and faster ways to build their online community and presence, their business, more meaningful relationships using online marketing, advertising and social media technology and tools.”  

I love people, I love to help them if I can and I love to share with others.”

When not working, you’ll most likely find me outdoors riding, biking, camping, playing music, dining, traveling, and spending time with my beautiful wife Debra, and three sons Sean, Dustin, and Brandon.  See More about what I do at Google.

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5 thoughts on “About Brad Andersohn

  1. When I look up my home on zillow, it rtropes that the value in the last 30 days has decreased 7.9% yet the value in my zip code has increased 1.4% for the same period. How do you explain this?

    1. There is no easy explanation for the Zillow Zestimate, however there is plenty of online content detailing how the Zestimate is derived as well as an accuracy table and chart that’s available on their website. Beyond that, you may want to contact their customer support for additional information and answers.

  2. Brad,
    I have a highly appreciated home in Mountain View. We are thinking of selling and creating a deferred sales trust. Can you give me any guidance on what i should be fairly asked to pay for:
    1. The trust manager
    2. the investment manager
    3. the lawyer who sets it up.
    Thanks,
    Mark

    1. Mark – every area, region, demographic and community is unique and different. You would need to research these individuals in your local market to determine their costs for services renderered? I’d also look into the 1031 exchange and even the possibility of the new service offered this year by xtrading homes. The deferred sales trust I wrote about here on this blog was many years ago and I’m not sure how it plays out or to what extent the laws may have changed or if this option even exists any longer? I hope this helps, if not let me know.

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