Now, more than ever, people are looking for that human touch. Many of us have been isolated for months, so getting a call from your local realtor in the for of a personal touch campaign may actually be a blessing. Here are some ideas to help you get the ball rolling:
When it comes to social media for real estate agents, there are some clear winners (and some pretty big losers). But for every app, there’s someone championing it as the end all be all for marketing. Here are some things to consider before investing your time in a new platform:
How do you get new real estate leads? The easiest way is to focus on warm leads – leads who know you and are interested in your service. The second easiest way? Circle prospecting. Here’s how it works:
When it comes to selling a home during the pandemic, things have definitely gotten complicated. The kinds of questions your clients ask, things buyers are looking for – everything’s changed. And as agents, it’s out job to adapt. Here’s what you need to know to sell during Covid-19.
Learning how to work with other agents, and how to maintain a level of professionalism, is one of those skills that seems to be harder to find lately. Today, let’s break down how to interact with others in the field, and why its so important that you do
Finding a niche is one of the best things you can do when you’re trying to stand out online, and given the events of the year, landlords are looking like they’re going to be a hot group to target moving forward. Here’s why focusing on the landlord lead may be the best decision you’ve ever made:
Summer is the perfect time to break out a good book, work on your skills and improve your business. We’ve cracked the code on 4 choices for summer reading for real estate agents that we think you NEED to check out this season:
If you’re ready to compete with the big players as a listing agent, you’re going to need the right tools for the job. Today, we’re breaking down the top tools to help you compete in the summer real estate market.