Are real estate agents turning away from Snapchat as Facebook continues to build on competitive features in its platforms like Facebook Live and Instagram Stories? The answer is undoubtedly: yes. And with good reason. Snapchat’s steady growth slowed by 82 percent after the launch of Instagram stories.
It’s hard being the new real estate agent in town. Especially when the success of your business is contingent upon a solid network. Today, we’re going to breakdown three essential tips you can use to build your network and become the top real estate agent in your new area.
As real estate agents, we invest a lot of time and money trying to convince people to buy what we’re selling. Unbeknownst to many realtors, there are hundreds of potential home buyers in the untapped well that is Facebook.
You already know that Facebook is the most effective tool for getting leads flowing into your business. But what’s working right now? We checked in with three agents to see what strategies are getting them results and leads today!
Maintaining a successful blog on your real estate website is a great way to take your career to the next level. Whether your current goal is to establish yourself as a leader in the industry, land more qualified leads or simply sell more homes, your blog will help you to achieve all this and more.
When you started your real estate website, you probably envisioned having a site that would capture more leads, and more specifically, you were ready to land more listing and buyer leads. So today, I’ve put together a list of 50 battle-tested ways for you to get more leads from your website right now. Put them into action, and let me know what worked best for you.
I find hiring to be one of the most challenging things in a business. You need to find people that are reliable, consistent and proactive. Most hiring processes aren’t conducive to this.
Real estate SEO isn’t easy. I don’t care which expert you hire. The biggest keywords in most cities are hard to rank. This doesn’t mean to discourage you, however. The growing trend with most web searchers is to target the specific geographic neighborhood, district or area where they want to live.