As people begin to move away from the Facebook monolith and explore other social media options, it’s a great time to try and expand your social media efforts with the next big thing: Instagram. Instagram can offer your business direct boosts by sharing photos of new listings, interview bits and homeowner advice — all on the same platform. Here’s how to use it right.
Independence Day is coming up, and you don’t need Will Smith to tell you how important that is. But instead of taking a page out of fictional U.S. president Thomas J. Whitmore’s book and giving an incredible speech about getting aliens off our planet, we’re going to help you give your own incredible speech to your clients about why their properties are the most wonderful and patriotic homes since Monticello.
It’s the middle of your first meeting with a client, and one of you mentions a school you went to, or a band you like or a sports team you root for. Maybe there’s a brief moment of excited eye contact, followed by, “Wait, you’re a Springsteen fan, too?” Many Realtors know that having a personal touch with a longtime or prospective client can make all the difference. But attempts to learn too much, or maybe not asking enough, can set you off your game. Here are some tips to make sure that you’re trying to connect with your clients the right way.
As long, hazy summer days settle into sleepy beach towns and expansive lakeside communities, the hottest homes are about to become the hottest properties. Here are some tips to get your clients as jazzed about a summer home as they are about tonight's bonfire.
Thought getting your degree was a long and arduous process? Well, then good news is coming your way! Depending on what state you live in you can complete the required training and become a licensed real estate agent in only a few months or less. Even better, if you initially start the process with an organization like Keller Williams, they often get you connected to a real estate school.