As a real estate agent, you know how to sell the heck out of a house. You've been doing it for years. But there's a new generation of Americans getting ready to buy homes: millennials. This is the first generation that came of age in the new millennium, so you had better believe this younger demographic is more connected and tech savvy than any group before them. So what's the best way to tap into this up-and-coming group of homebuyers? Here are a few tips to help you connect to millennials
The life of a real estate agent can be extremely hectic. In addition to the typical open houses and property tours, agents must also navigate the rest of their daily routine. With so much going on, it can be easy to overlook your health. Last year, Keller Williams announced their Wellness initiative that focused on the health and wellbeing of their agents. Staying healthy on the go starts with a series of small, smart decisions. These fun and easy tips will help you stay on top of your health without missing a beat.
In this technological day in age, there’s pretty much a blog for every topic you could ever dream of. This current revolution of personal writing and instant publishing is an informal, easily maintained way to regularly communicate with your customers and employees. Unlike traditional media that requires lead time for publishing, blogs are frequently updated, often daily. A blog for your real estate business can offer a more approachable information-providing approach in which customers find enjoyment, get to know you and learn about your work and achievements.
The time has finally arrived where hundreds and hundreds of Keller Williams agents gather together in Austin, Texas for the annual Megacamp gathering hosted by KW MAPS Coaching. Starting September 15th, real estate professionals unite and network with the most esteemed leaders in the industry. This year’s lineup will feature interviews, motivational speakers, live role-plays and panels.
Mega Agent Camp:
When: September 18th-19th
Gary Keller leads this Mega Agent Camp complete with speakers and panels focusing on experiencing success and creating systems and strategies that deliver results by focusing on ONE Thing.
As we dive into Summer and fresh college grads are starting their new jobs, young real estate agents might be nervous about making an impact in their new career. Unfortunately, clients questioning your age and experience can be a part of the culture of this job. People sometimes judge you and clients are cautious at times about using younger agents, but thankfully your personal success speaks more than your age does. The trick is to know your stuff, prove you have have a wealth of knowledge and experience, and people will stop asking questions about your age. Here are the top 5 tips for young real estate agents looking to make a splash: