Getting into real estate can be as exciting as it is tough, but one way to effectively brand yourself is to find a niche that you are passionate about serving.
When a family or friend hires another agent, it’s time to ask yourself some tough questions – are you a real estate professional or a real estate hobbyist?
What’s old is new again, and direct mail marketing is one of the best ways to promote yourself to your farm area!
Being a real estate agent can be overwhelming, especially when it comes to self-promotion and building your brand. Deciding what, when, and how often can be nerve-wracking – we’re here to help!
Whether homeowners are faced with natural disasters or other devastating issues, being prepared with answers and resources to help them through is one of the many ways we can serve our clients.
We all know that we should use social media to market ourselves to potential clients, but when social media is more like marketing media, it’s time to remember it’s about connecting as humans.
Changing careers is both thrilling and terrifying, and in this article, Darryl covers the where’s, why’s, and how’s of getting started in the Real Estate industry.
Homeowners who find themselves defaulting on their mortgage payments need your help. This article explains how you can help turn these pre-foreclosures into listings.
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!
Going The Extra Mile: Using Flash Drives and QR Codes for Your Next Open House
The changing of the seasons is always a great time to market yourself to your farm area, and back to school time is no different. Here are some tried-and-true methods to make you memorable to the parents and families in your farm area.
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.