Over 72 million people in the US have already been vaccinated for Covid-19. With many of us joining those ranks in the coming weeks and months, knowing what this new “normal” will mean is going to be important.
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.
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:
As we begin to see low demand for new leases in response to COVID-19, it would seem that now is the perfect time to help renters turn into buyers. But how do you even FIND these elusive leads? And what do you do once you’ve found them?
Small businesses have faced some pretty new challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you’re a small business owner who’s trying to understand the various COVID-19 SBA Programs, read on
The first thing you may notice when you start working from home as a real estate agent is that you’re working far more hours than you did when you had an office to go to.
You’re not alone.
How are you engaging real estate leads during COVID-19? The best agents are going to come out of this crisis with a strong system in place – Here’s how you can be ready.
Have you ever wondered about those who spend all that time in real estate school, all that money to obtain a license and join a brokerage, only to eventually quit? The real estate industry’s agent attrition rate is notoriously high. Last year, a Redfin study found that it’s increasing as well, with an average 1.7 percent increase per year from 2016. Some call it the “agent failure rate,” which is not only inaccurate, but unfair. Not all who leave an industry failed. There are many reasons a real estate agent decides to move on. Since we hope you’ll stick around,…
Yes, you can generate real estate leads during the coronavirus. The right content will not only help you keep your business running through this crisis, but also help inform the people who are visiting your website.
As we get settled into the reality of social distancing amidst the COVID-19 outbreak, doing real estate work from home has gone from a luxury to a necessity. Here are some things you should know if you’re considering working from home.
As we come to a close on the first week that most of us in the US are self-quarantining due to the COVID-19 outbreak (also known as coronavirus), we’ve already begun to feel the effects on the real estate industry. Direct marketing, physical face-to-face meetings are very much being put on hold. Not all agents are making this switch, however. As we discuss in today’s episode of In The Lead, there are agents who are still very much taking the business-as-usual approach when it comes to their marketing efforts. One agent we spoke to is still conducting open houses, but…