Best Real Estate Memes

Here are some of the best memes from around the internet.    

October 25th, 2016|Categories: Agents, Client Relations|Tags: , , |

Making a Great “About Me” Page

Any ads, emails or means you have to bring viewers to your personal or even company website, will likely lead the viewer to hit your about page, to learn more about you. It's a part of the site that shows you are a real person and then lets them build some type of human connection

October 19th, 2016|Categories: Agents, Online Tools|Tags: , , |

Marketing a Vacant Home

Vacant homes are a great niche to target. There millions that get sold each year and you face less competition when listing them. After you list a vacant, marketing and getting viewers is a little different than a normal listing. When prospective home buyers view pictures of vacant homes in their internet search, it’s hard for

October 17th, 2016|Categories: Marketing and Advertising, Vacant Homes|Tags: , , , |

Buzzwords and Email Habits to Avoid

Emailing your list of leads or past clients is important, so it's important to keep this tool sharp. You probably can notice when your inbox is filled with useless emails or the typical buzz words that turn you off. It's the same in real estate. The "One Size Fits All" Email This is one of the

October 12th, 2016|Categories: Online Tools, Prospecting|Tags: , , |

Avoiding Closing Scams

After a sale is made, the buyers, sellers and agents begin the process of signing and transferring legal documents. Over the last couple of years, more and more cases of scams and hackers targeting this part of the process. They will use  information gained from the hack to trick one of the parties into a fraudulent

October 10th, 2016|Categories: Agents, Client Relations|Tags: , , |

Convincing FSBOs It’s Not Worth It

In 2015 the average FSBO was sold for $210,000. The normal home with an agent's help went for $249,000. It's not a surprise what we can offer. But there is a difference in just telling them everything you will do for their home verse why it makes such a big difference when they list with an

October 3rd, 2016|Categories: FSBO|Tags: , |

Avoid Any Bias With Divorced Homes

Divorced homes are a big niche for agents. It may not seem like the best thing to capitalize on, but these sellers usually have to sell and you can make their life a whole lot easier. Naturally, it's an emotional time for each side and it is something you need to navigate carefully. A lot of

September 26th, 2016|Categories: Client Relations, Divorced Homes|Tags: , , , |

What to Ask Expired Listings

Expireds are great targets to prospect. They're motivated sellers. In this blog we aren't going to break down the step by step process, we did that here when we discussed the approach and strategies needed. We also went over what it takes and how to smoothly get the owners of expireds to lower their listing price. This

September 21st, 2016|Categories: Client Relations, Expireds|Tags: , , |

Luxury Real Estate Tips

You’re driving through a luxury neighborhood. You see a Realtor’s sign in front of a home, then you drive a little further… and see the same agent’s sign again.  Then, you turn a corner and see another sign. You get closer and realize… it’s the same agent. They are owning this entire high-end neighborhood. That

September 20th, 2016|Categories: Agents, Marketing and Advertising|Tags: , , , |

Your Landing Page is a Lead Machine

Your landing page is the tool that brings in leads when you sleep. It also is another area where you really have to stand out, especially depending on what niche you are targeting. Buyers and sellers are going to be the most common thing you make a landing page for, but this is where you

September 13th, 2016|Categories: Marketing and Advertising, Online Tools|Tags: , , , , |