Connect with clients through’s NEW contest! Looking for a way to reconnect with your old clients? Get in touch by telling them about’s Coolest Space in Your Place Contest!

Your communication with your clients shouldn’t end after you’ve helped them close the deal on their dream home. Keeping in touch with past clients by helpfully informing them about great opportunities like’s Coolest Space in Your Place Contest will keep you in their thoughts, so next time they or a friend are thinking of buying or selling a home, you will be the first thing they think of!

The Coolest Space in Your Place Contest, a joint promotion from and, invites participants to send in a photo of their favorite space in their home for the chance to win $2,500.

Let your clients know you were thinking of them and the beautiful home you helped them find by passing along this great opportunity!

You can even refer your clients by Facebook or Twitter! Social networking is a great way to stay in touch with current and former clients and find new leads. Tell your clients to pass on the contest information to their friends and come to you if they want to know more about buying or selling a home. is always looking for new ways to drive increased traffic to your listings. The Coolest Space in Your Place Contest brings more consumers to and more leads to your listings! The contest ends July 6, so tell your clients TODAY!

For more information about the contest including official rules, visit’s Facebook page.

Jason Parker

Jason Parker

Jason worked for several years in the real estate industry as a licensed agent and member of the National Association of REALTORS. He has an MBA from Florida State University and enjoys writing about how agents can improve their marketing efforts.
Jason Parker

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