Jerry is a speaker, author, and consultant, specializing in sales training, and public relations for the housing industry. He is the author of three books and several audio programs.
Get to know Jerry Rouleau
Jerry is a speaker, author, and consultant, specializing in sales training, and public relations for the housing industry. He is the author of “Selling New Homes: Sales & Marketing Workbook for Million-Dollar Producers”, “Selling New Homes the Easy Way” and a frequent article contributor to numerous building trade publications. Jerry is also the producer of the Builder Radio Media Network, which includes BuilderRadio.com, and BuildGreenRadio.com.
In the past twelve years, J. Rouleau & Associates has generated over $40 million dollars in free publicity and won over 15 awards for his clients. Jerry has been featured on the Today Show and in People Magazine. Special feature home projects that he has been involved in have been seen in the USA Today and in hundreds of newspapers, radio, TV, industry trade publications and specialty consumer magazines like Country Living, House Beautiful, Country Home, and Home Magazine.
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BuilderRadio features a program, titled Selling New Homes: The Monday Morning Sales Meeting, an online radio show focusing on sales tips for builders, realtors and new home salespeople. A new meeting is posted at www.BuilderRadio.com every Monday morning, in time for salespeople or groups to ‘click on’ and get an instant guest speaker for their sales meeting.
Recent programs have included nationally known trainers such as Robert August, Ross Robbins, Bonnie Alfriend, Hal Von Nessen, Charles J. Clark III, Manny Schatz, Bill Webb, Jerry Costanzo, Brian Flook, Mary Dewalt, Tom Stephani, Dan Levitan, John Underwood, Bob Hafer, Roger Fiehn, John Palumbo, Paul Montelongo and William Woodard, as well as many top builders and salespeople. Each episode of the program is archived online, so visitors can visit the website and take their pick from over 37 pre-recorded meetings, with a new one being added each week. In addition to the audio, an article about the interview is also available so that visitors have their choice of listening to the interview or reading the highlights. Both the articles and the audio files can be downloaded to a computer or mp3 player, such as the popular iPod, or BuilderRadio makes copies available on CD for a fee. There is no charge to listen to the programs online or to download them. Instead, the program costs are covered by sponsors.