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Brian D. Wildermuth Photo Brian D. Wildermuth
SharperAgent, President

"How to Become A Sharper Agent"


Listen to Briefing from 02/22/07 & Receive Handout

Prior to co-founding SharperAgent, Brian Wildermuth served for 19 years in the title and real estate industry. He served as Vice President for residential sales at Land Title Guarantee Company in Colorado, and held executive sales positions with Chicago Title and TMC Escrow, both in California.

Brian has presented his innovative marketing ideas to national audiences at real estate, mortgage, and title industry conventions and sales rallies. He lends his expertise and insight into strategic marketing systems to better drive communication to clients and prospects.

As President of SharperAgent he has built the firm to a national 20,000 customer firm with an impressive client list including Prudential Southern California Realty, Realty Executives International, Prestige Real Estate, Exit Realty International, Prudential Fox and Roach, Prudential Gardner, Reece and Nichols, Century 21 Metro Alliance, Coldwell Banker Prime Properties, and Better Homes Realty.

Your host for this briefing is Jack Peckham, Executive Director of the Real Estate CyberSpace Society.


Contact Information:

Brian D. Wildermuth
President, SharperAgent
7555 E. Hampden Ave. Suite 104
Denver, CO 80231
(v) (303) 331-6240
(f) (303) 322-6748
(e) Bwildermuth@sharperagent.com
(w)www.sharperagent.com





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