Real Estate Professionals beware! It’s the second week of our Halloween Real Estativity on Facebook and Pinterest. Be sure to visit our Facebook Page and Pinterest Board every Wednesday and engage (i.e. comment, share, like and/or re-pin) with our Real Estativity question for a chance at $50 each Wednesday in October and a $100 GRAND PRIZE drawing on Halloween!
Hurry because you must enter by 11:59 pm EDT tonight! We will contact the randomly selected winner on Thursday, October 25th (see all rules here). Remember, the more you comment, like and/or share with the Real Estativity post, the more entries you will have in the weekly AND grand prize drawings!
Do you dare to enter this week’s Real Estativity question? See this week’s post below.
Click here to go directly to the board, then find photo, hover over right corner and click repin. If you are new to Pinterest read our first-timers guide here, and request an invite to firstname.lastname@example.org that says “Amber invite me to Pinterest!”
Don’t be spooked! Enter at your own risk! See you online today!
Do you believe in the 80/20 rule? Applied to real estate, this principle suggests that in most communities, the top 20 percent of real estate professionals get 80 percent of transaction sides. This means 80 percent of agents struggle for the 20 percent of business that’s left over after the top performers have taken their share.
Numbers aside, most real estate pros would agree that every community seems to have a few top performers who capture the majority of business. How do you join the elite 20 percent? In working with thousands of real estate professionals nationwide, we have seen some traits that top performers seem to share. Continue reading →
If you’re not familiar with the sales funnel – also called a marketing funnel or pipeline – it’s a popular way to organize, track and improve marketing activities.
At first glance, it appears that the real selling and closing gets done toward the bottom, but your business will experience far more long-term success when you learn to fill the top of the funnel. Key questions:
How many prospects do you have at each stage of the funnel?
How many prospects need to be in the funnel to reach your financial goals?
What activities are required to move prospects through the funnel?