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We all know the problem: your readers are busy and their attention is hard to grab. People are multi-tasking, checking email on mobile devices, and powering through their days. What is the savvy marketer to do? Here are three tips to help. 1. Keep it Classy Write...
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A couple of oldies but goodies and some newer titles round out this reading list of the best books for Realtors. If you’re looking for better ways to connect with your clients and for advice from veterans in the real estate game, take a long weekend or your next vacation to read any of these fantastic books.
You will get varying opinions on the question: Should an agent ever fire a real estate client? The truth is, it’s not cut and dried. Some people will urge you to let go of a client if it’s not working out or if they’ve been blatantly disrespectful toward you. However, some hold on to the fact that once you sign the listing agreement, you owe it to the seller to stick it out until the home is sold.
The #RealtorLife is no joke. Working in real estate is a demanding profession, so you should take advantage of tools that are designed with your busy schedule in mind.
By now, most real estate agents know that social media is a powerful tool to attract leads on a regular basis. How to do it is the next question. As we approach 2019, it requires more than a Facebook and Twitter account that you sometimes post on to have a successful online presence.
In order to be a competitive real estate agent in today’s market, you must implement some tricks of the trade when it comes to social media.
Millennial homebuyers are a big part of the home-buying market. While they’ve gotten a late start in homeownership compared to previous generations, there is now a significant uptick in the number of house hunters who identify as millennials. This new group of homebuyers requires unique tactics when it comes to marketing yourself to them as a REALTOR®.
Take a second to go over your elevator pitch and ask yourself these three questions: Is my pitch unique from those of other Realtors’? Do I use more “you” pronouns than “I” pronouns? Does my pitch end with a CTA (call to action)? If the answer is no to any of these questions, chances are your 30-second real estate pitch may need some fine-tuning.
We had the pleasure of meeting so many of you this past weekend at the 2018 National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) Conference & Expo in historic downtown Boston, Massachusetts. It was a fun-filled weekend of info sessions held by industry leaders in real estate, networking opportunities and a trade show with more than 400 exhibitors.
Are you unsure about how to handle objections from potential real estate clients? Sometimes certain questions can throw you off your game, but it’s important to deal with these situations head-on. These tactics will help you do just that.