The Home Values channel on Homes.com is a great resource for consumers and Real Estate professionals alike!
We all know in this day and age, 9 in 10 home buyers begin their home search on the internet, but consumers are doing much more then browsing for their next home. They are searching for any information on the real estate process they can find, including local market statistics. Real estate professionals are no longer the keepers of real estate information, however real estate professionals are just that – the professionals. You have the opportunity to position yourself as a consultant and show off just how much expertise you have! Continue reading
At the 2011 CENTURY 21® National Convention this week the importace of social media marketing is a hot topic. Speaker Amy Chorew is a Real Estate Social Media pro! Amy specializes in training agents and brokers about online marketing and social media through technology consulting and training. The whole point of social media marketing is to boost your online leads.
Internet leads can be tough to develop for many reasons. The tip is to learning how to nurture internet leads into a sale! Below are 3 tips to closing MORE internet leads: Continue reading
Looking for a way to connect with potential leads and direct more traffic to your MyHomes agent profile? You can be featured in the Homes.com Questions and Answers Community as a top contributor for FREE! Advertise your knowledge and expertise to buyers and sellers by answering more consumer questions and become a featured Q&A contributor!
One of the most important things a real estate professional can do for his or her business is to establish a good reputation. The National Association of Realtors reported in 2010 that buyers identified honesty and trustworthiness as well as the agent’s reputation as the most important factors when choosing an agent. Establishing your reputation can be as simple as asking your clients to write endorsements that will appear on your Homes.com agent profile, you can also go the extra mile by actively demonstrating your value to potential clients in the Q&A Community.
The Homes.com Questions and Answers Community offers a great opportunity for real estate professionals to connect with buyers and sellers. Continue reading
Reach more local, active home buyers
Real estate lead generation is an important aspect of business for any real estate professional. In fact, there is a good chance that one of the reasons you’re browsing Homes.com right now is because you want to know how to improve your lead generation.
Well, the most surefire way to generate real estate leads is to make people want to contact you. This ensures that not only are you getting a high volume of leads, but these are also high quality leads that are more likely to land you a sale. Let’s look at a couple ways to cultivate high-quality real estate lead generation.
Automate your Follow-Up
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One of the most important things you can do in real estate is to GENERATE leads. The second most important thing you can do is CONVERT those leads to names and addresses. What good is a lead if you don’t get their contact information? What good is their contact information if you never get an appointment? Continue reading