One of the best ways to avoid killing a deal is to educate your clients about the entire home buying and selling process. Making sure everyone is properly prepped goes a long way toward holding deals together.
Few would argue that networking isn’t a viable way to increase your real estate business. But when you find yourself at an event with networking potential, what do you say or do to meet people, connect with them and start building relationships?
Without any past sales or reviews, Vikram Deol was a one-man show with a single ZIP code on Zillow. Less than five years later, he’s leading a multimillion-dollar luxury real estate team.
Unless you are well established in an area—and can rely on nothing but referrals from past clients—you’ll need to prospect for leads. With electronic and traditional farming, you can expand your business and become a more successful agent.
When you focus on delivering a unique message, offering a standout value proposition, and conveying confidence and enthusiasm, your 30-second elevator pitch can become a powerful networking and lead generation tool.
First-timers often don’t know where to begin or what to expect in the home buying process. A savvy and patient real estate agent can have a huge impact on these buyers and reap the benefits of referrals for future business.
The needs of buyers and sellers are as diverse as the homes they’re engaged with. Agent Finder helps you showcase your diverse skills so that contacts seeking that particular set of talents find you quickly and easily.