It’s not up to your clients to remember you, it’s up to you to maintain the connection.
We often talk about making Smile Stops to check in with your clients, but having them come to see you in your office creates more interest in the industry, and may even land you a listing conversation.
Whether you represent the buyers or sellers, problems can arise come closing date because the expectations and commitment to repairs differs from one party to the other.
With so many different marketing strategies, it’s important to fine tune your choices to make them work for you in the best way possible.
When it comes to planning events to wow our real estate sphere and farm, there is no such thing as “too early,” and Trunk or Treat is always a good idea!
Becoming an influencer and contributor on the community Facebook page of your farm area is smart marketing and a good neighbor quality!
Great reviews are an amazing way to attract new clients, and real estate professionals need these to showcase their successes and highlight their top skills.
“I have a friend in the business” is a common expression from buyers and sellers you hope will become clients, but explaining why that’s not ideal too often falls on deaf ears.
Getting your listing posted on the MLS seems like it’s easy enough, but getting your listing to stand out to buyers is easier when you include these amazing extras.
No matter what niche you serve, being able to meet them where they are at, and provide information relevant to them is key to communicating your value.
When listing inventory is this low, a lot of agents say, “I’m out of here!” Other agents lean into smart tools, creative mindsets, and good, old-fashioned, service to stay on track for their goals.
In a competitive real estate market, creating extraordinary first and lasting impressions should be a priority.