Century 21 New Millennium And HomeActions e-Relationship Platform Join Forces to Empower Agents With Best-in-Class Tools and Relevant Content

September 20, 2018

Century 21 New Millennium, one of the top franchisees in the Century 21 System, is now working with HomeActions to roll out an exclusive relationship program for its 900 agents that provides help in building and nurturing contact databases.

HomeActions is a customized e-newsletter and lead-generation platform. The biweekly system delivers “conversation starters” for agents through its hyper-local content, widgets and predictive metrics.

Tracy Burakowski, regional sales manager for HomeActions, told the New Millennium management team: “We know that about nine out of 10 agents do not have a fresh, all-inclusive contact database. When in your offices with your agents, I saw firsthand how agents needed to be assisted with database building. We can get them organized and ready for e-marketing success.”

Todd Hetherington, CEO of New Millennium, sees the HomeActions content and delivery system as an essential tool for his agents to build their pipelines. “HomeActions lets our agents not only reach everyone in their database every two weeks with in-demand content, but helps them laser-focus on the segments of their databases that are warming up. HomeActions alerts our agents when closer contact is warranted. Our agents’ contacts will remain exclusive to those specific agents. This is a first-mover advantage that we want for our agents,” he said.

The HomeActions support team will use each agent’s contact sources such as social sites, the Multiple Listing Service, email and any customer relationship management platform to build a clean, updated database. Every two weeks, enrolled clients and prospects will receive relevant homeowner-focused content and widgets.

The newest HomeActions feature is called Social Sharing. Many agents struggle to maintain a social media game plan. Agents will now have the ability to “auto post” in-demand content to their social sites.

About Century 21 New Millennium 
Century 21 New Millennium is a full-service real estate brokerage firm with more than 900 real estate professionals across the greater Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. The company has been the top-producing brokerage in the Mid-Atlantic region each year since 1999. It has earned the distinction of the No. 1 Century 21 franchise five times since 2010. Sales for 2017 were just over $3 billion. www.C21NM.com.

About HomeActions 
HomeActions LLC is a digital marketing and lead-generation solution with compelling content and interactive widgets for real estate agents. The HomeActions platform provides automated prospecting and marketing delivered biweekly via email to a professional’s sphere of influence. HomeActions’ professionally written articles portray agents as trusted advisors looking out for readers’ interests by helping them care for the biggest investment in their lives. With instant lead access, customer relationship management capabilities and robust predictive metrics, the system has the capability to generate real-time leads and top-of-mind awareness while nurturing relationships that lead to long-term success and more referrals. HomeActions is a privately held virtual company that employs more than 50 people and is headquartered in Green Cove Springs, Florida. www.homeactions.net.

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