The COVID-19 pandemic has caused problems for various industries as markets try to cope with rapid shifts in supply and demand, consumer behavior, and the myriad of difficulties rooted in the measures taken to address the pandemic. Real estate, as one of the world’s leading industries, is no different. At the moment, difficulties with logistics, rental, and construction have diminished the market’s generally constant growth. At the same time, long-term changes are expected as cultures and attitudes adapt to the needs of the pandemic, with warehouses and data centers forecasted to increase in value as the need for office and retail spaces decreases due to the shift to e-commerce and work-from-home setups.
However, real estate remains a very strong market, especially when compared to other industries. Even with the pandemic, property values have continued to increase throughout 2020 and are expected to bounce back significantly as the economy begins its slow return to normality. The same optimism is reflected in the behavior of both industry players and customers, with real estate remaining at the top of the list for preferred investments.
With these in mind, there remains a very strong case for entering the real estate industry for any aspiring entrepreneur. As long as the above state of flux is taken into consideration and planned for, real estate is a more solid choice than ever for securing one’s financial independence. However, the needed adaptations would necessitate significant research and analysis or, alternatively, a reliable network to learn from.
Ralph DiBugnara hopes to provide this with The Real Estate Disruptors, an online network that aims to teach aspiring real estate agents. With topics ranging from real estate essentials and specifics like how market circumstances affect the industry, to specialized topics like social media-based personal branding and sales strategies, The Real Estate Disruptors ensures that its lessons cover all the basics and beyond. Soon, The Real Estate Disruptors will be releasing a self-titled show that will serve to instruct aspiring entrepreneurs on how to establish, define, and distinguish themselves for success in real estate through the stories and testimonials from some of the industry’s top players.
Himself a leading real estate expert who rose up from a financially troubled blue-collar background, Ralph DiBugnara hopes to use his and similar stories from other entrepreneurs to inform and educate and to entertain and inspire up-and-coming real estate agents. To this end, The Real Estate Disruptors will showcase raw and unscripted shots featuring the real stories of real people who, from very little, were able to make it to the top and help others in their community through their successes. Featuring an diverse variety of guests ranging from HighKey Holdings’ Luke and Jordan Lintz, the Internet Marketing Nerd Paul Getter, and rapper-turned-entrepreneur Randall “Sickamore” Medford, the show is sure to showcase stories, lessons, and inspirations for any viewer.
The Real Estate Disruptors hopes to show that success in real estate, with the proper mindset and techniques, is something that is accessible to everyone. Beyond this, it aims to show that this success could and should go beyond one’s personal financial success and toward helping and uplifting others in the community and worldwide to a similar level of success.
The Real Estate Disruptors network is free to sign up for, offering insider content from leading real estate professionals. Its online show will feature a similar level of accessibility, being offered on all major streaming services, including YouTube, Roku, Amazon Prime, Apple TV, and the Disruptors Network mobile app, which features similar shows from the network. The first episode will be premiering on February 18 , 2021, with 8 episodes in total, to be released weekly for its first season. If you want to find out more about The Real Estate Disruptors, you can go to their website or follow them on Instagram at @therealestatedisruptors.