Advice for Agents

Advice for Agents

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So, you’re driving down a street looking cool and wondering where you can possibly find perspective clients. Should you advertise more, you wonder, as you drive by a For Sale By Owner sign?

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Smaller brokerages trying to establish a foothold in the real estate market face unique pressures. They must compete with larger, better established brokerages and face all the familiar terrors of a start-up business.

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With the prime spring selling season gearing up, your clients may be wondering which parts of their home can give them the best return on investment if they choose to renovate.

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So you’re wondering whether your audience is reading/seeing/looking at your marketing? Here’s David Greenspan’s take on that in a 1:25 minute video.

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Procrastination doesn’t have to be a dirty word if you use it properly. In this short video, learn how to “procrastinate on purpose” and feel successful every day.

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The effectiveness of your branding can be determined by examining a myriad of factors and asking questions while you look at your website, social profiles and logo.

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Often, it’s inadvertent comments that put customers off just enough for them to choose your competitor. See if you or your team members ever make these top six selling gaffs.

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To be a successful agent, one need not be typical in their approach. Almost every good closer will tell you that they go above and beyond for their clients – not for themselves.

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Most agents destroy their chances of success when farming before they even begin. The first “secret” to farming successfully is to select the right market. Michael Krisa explains how in this short video.

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There are many different channels for you to work within to build brand awareness. Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, podcasting and blogging are the five I would start with.