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Looking Back and Forward: RPR's 2020 Year in Review
Tuesday, December 8 and Thursday, December 10, 2020 Wow, what a year. Our personal and professional lives were turned upside down, and there's still plenty of uncertainty in the future. However, the real estate business (and many others hopefully) continues to forge ahead, adjust, and maybe even improve. As the year winds down, please join us for a look back at 2020. We'll review RPR's new and most popular features, share our trainer's top tips, and take a sneak peek at what we have in store for 2021. Register now!
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6 Reasons Your Digital Ads Aren't Generating Real Estate Leads
Digital marketing ads are powerful tools for real estate lead generation. They offer crucial benefits for real estate agents that want to scale their business or streamline lead generation by offering the ability to hyper-target consumers, reach a larger audience, and track performance. But what good is a powerful tool if you don't know how to use it properly? If you're experiencing challenges with your digital marketing ads, you've come to the right place. In this article, we'll review the top six reasons your digital marketing ads aren't generating real estate leads and offer tips for solving them.
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Post COVID Real Estate: It Will Never Be the Same!
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How Every Agent Can Help Solve Our Inventory Shortage
Every agent today needs more listings. If you had another listing, you would have another sale; it's that simple. What's not simple is solving our inventory shortage. According to the National Association of REALTORS (NAR), inventory in July 2020 was 21 percent lower than 2019's already anemic levels. Making things worse, homeowners move once every 13 years today, up from every eight years in 2010, according to Census data. Unlocking Inventory I recently wrote about a new "bridge" solution to help agents unlock inventory, allowing homeowners to buy their next home before selling their current one, solving the chicken-and-egg problem. zavvie is giving leading brokerages coast to coast the tools their agents need, including this bridge solution, to help homeowners get moving again. Unlike the previous solution, a bridge loan, homeowners can buy their next home with a cash offer and then move in immediately. It's a noncontingent transaction. Homeowners Are Overwhelmed Many homeowners are not only stuck, they're overwhelmed. They want to sell, but they don't know where to move, so they see selling as too much of a hassle. They are fearful and have safety concerns, especially with the impacts of COVID. They are in lockdown mode and sitting on the sidelines. How can an agent change that mindset? The easiest way to get homeowners off the sidelines is to show them an offer. The zavvie platform provides brokerages with an Offer Optimizer to do just that. Agents can show sellers the different options available: an all-cash offer, an instant offer from iBuyers, a bridge solution, concierge services (to take care of the prep and repair before a home goes on the market) or selling a home on the open market. We know that 90 percent of homeowners want to see an iBuyer offer, but only a few will select it. Most folks are going to list on the open market or wait to sell. An agent should be the one to walk them through all of these options. Becoming a Modern Agent A modern agent doesn't just talk to clients when they're ready to sell. A modern agent talks to clients about options and solutions that are available today. That's how an agent can move from being transactional to advisory. Any modern agent can show homeowners all the options available to them—you don't need zavvie to do this. However, two things happen when you use this strategy: The agent stays at the center of every transaction—iBuyer, bridge, concierge or open market. zavvie helps give sellers what they want: a professional agent they trust. Sellers are willing to pay an agent to bring those options to them and represent them no matter which path they choose, including selling to an iBuyer. We have to create more inventory. Our inventory problem won't be solved anytime soon, so the modern agent needs to take action. Contact five homeowners you know are stuck. Walk them through the new solutions available today. That's the best first step we can take to solve our inventory shortage. Lane Hornung is CEO and co-founder of zavvie, a complete platform offering all selling options for real estate brokerages, and is CEO/founder of Colorado-based 8z Real Estate, one of the nation's most successful brokerages. To view the original article, visit RISMedia.
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Products

Homesnap
Homesnap is the top-rated real estate app in the App Store. Find out why millions of people are using the app that was built for agents and is loved by homebuyers. FOR REAL ESTATE AGENTS Run your business from anywhere Verified agents using Homesnap Pro enjoy features that put the MLS into their phones and help them stay connected with colleagues and clients while on the go, including complete confidential listing information, Rapid CMAs, in-app messaging, Homesnap's Agent Safety Timer, and much more. Be the first to know Custom news feeds and notifications keep you informed in real time. Homesnap's customized news feed is generated from your browsing history and preferred zip codes. That means you'll never miss new listings, price changes or any other relevant market activity. Plus, you can set alerts to be notified of price changes for your favorite
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DeltaNET 6
DeltaNET 6 redefines automation and innovation for the real estate industry. Sales associates are the lifeblood of any real estate firm and the driving force behind DeltaNET 6. DeltaNET 6 looks good and is easy to use. “Hot topic” tools for CRM and marketing are right up front with easy-to-understand names and colorful buttons recognizable at a glance. We organized DeltaNET 6 in a way that makes sense to associates. To-do lists take only a few clicks to complete. DeltaNET 6 is perfect for sales associates who are on-the-go: Run your office from anywhere, all with your smartphone. Connect with clients 24/7 with emails, text messages, and phone calls. Track their online activity and be ready to engage when they’re ready to act using DeltaNET 6 lead scoring and behavior
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The Pathway to Mastery™—Essentials
Buffini & Company is the largest coaching and training company in North America. Founded by real estate legend and master motivator Brian Buffini, the company provides a unique and highly-effective lead generation system. The newest training program from the company, The Pathway to Mastery, offers a deep dive into this lead generation as well as negotiation strategies, buyer and seller tactics and more. It is the most comprehensive, in-depth program ever created for the real estate industry! Learn more about this program
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Top Producer IDX and Top Producer Websites
You’re Better than Your Competition! Stop keeping it a secret and let the world know with a Top Producer® Website. Websites Tailored to Fit Your Brand We’ve got hundreds of website designs for you to choose from, and each one is fully customizable. Showcase Your Listings & Satisfy Your Sellers With a Top Producer® website you’ll be able to showcase your listings with attractive layouts, lots of photos, interactive maps, and an open house calendar that lets buyers schedule appointments directly with you. Automate Your Follow-up with Top Producer® CRm Integration Because Top Producer® IDX seamlessly flows lead information into Top Producer® CRM application, you’ll be able to put your follow-up on autopilot, and stay in touch with your prospects effortlessly. Incubate Prospects and Bank Future Business. When you combine a Top Producer® Website with Integrated IDX, you get a lead incubator that can help turn a long-term prospect into a future customer. Your visitors get access to fresh property data, and you get the opportunity to nurture an early-stage prospect into a long-term
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Industry News

Realtor.com 2021 Housing Forecast: Sellers Will Get Top Dollar as Buyers Struggle with Affordability
2021 is full of wildcards including COVID-19 and the possibility of a double dip recession SANTA CLARA, Calif., Dec. 2, 2020 -- Amid COVID-19 uncertainty, 2021 will be a robust sellers market as home prices hit new highs (+5.7%) and buyer competition remains strong, according to the realtor.com 2021 housing forecast released today. Inventory is expected to make a slow but steady comeback, which will give buyers some relief. However, increasing interest rates and prices will make affordability a challenge throughout the year. "The 2021 housing market will be much more 'normal' than the wild swings we saw in 2020. Buyers may finally have a better selection of homes to choose from later in the year, but will face a renewed challenge of affordability as prices stay high and mortgage rates rise," said realtor.com® Chief Economist, Danielle Hale. "With less cash and no home equity, millennial and Gen Z first-time buyers will be impacted the most by rising home prices and interest rates. While waiting until the fall or winter months of 2021 may mean more home options to choose from, buyers who can find a home to buy earlier in the year will likely see lower prices and mortgage rates." Realtor.com® 2021 Housing Market Forecast Realtor.com® forecasts mortgage rates will continue to hover near 3% then slowly rise to 3.4% by the end of the year. Home sales are expected to increase 7% and new construction will increase 9% over the previous year. However, the strength of the 2021 housing market is highly dependent on the containment of COVID-19 pandemic and staving off a double dip recession. What 2021 will be like for buyers? Buyers will find some relief in 2021 as more homes hit the market, but many will struggle with affordability as home prices continue to rise. Mortgage rates will slowly rise toward 3.4% and will no longer help offset the record breaking prices. Additionally, the time it takes to sell a home will slow from late 2020's frenzy, but fast sales will remain in many parts of the country, which will be particularly difficult for first-time buyers learning the ins and outs of homebuying. What will 2021 be like for sellers? Sellers will continue to hold the upper hand throughout 2021 as the number of buyers in the market outweighs the number of homes for sale. Home prices won't grow as fast as they did in 2020, but steady increases will continue to push home prices to new highs. Additionally, sellers can expect their home to sell relatively quickly in 2021, so having their next home lined up will be key. Many sellers are also buyers themselves, so they will struggle with the same issues when it comes to purchasing their next home. Forecast key 2021 housing trends Millennials continue to drive the market while Gen-Z become market players - The largest generation in history, millennials, will continue to shape the housing market as they outnumber Gen-X and Baby Boomers. Older millennials will likely be trade-up buyers while the larger, younger segment of the generation age into their key home buying years. Meanwhile, Gen-Z will begin to make their presence known in 2021 as they compete with younger millennials for entry-level homes. The oldest members of Gen-Z will turn 24 in 2021 and their impact on the market will only continue to grow from here. Affordability becomes a growing obstacle - Buyers in 2020 received a huge boost in affordability as mortgage rates pushed to new lows throughout the year, however, a lack of inventory and strong demand drove prices up, erasing most of the boost. As mortgage rates are no longer able to counteract rising home prices, affordability will be tested for buyers across the board in 2021. Home price increases are expected to slow as affordability gets stretched throughout the year. Buyers will need to act with a sense of urgency if they want to lock in a low rate before home prices increase even more in 2021. Inventory will begin the slow road toward recovery - A lack of homes for sale has plagued the U.S. housing market for the last five years. The problem only intensified in 2020, in large part due to an estimated shortfall of nearly 4 million newly constructed homes heading into the year, as well as sellers pulling back due to COVID-19. The number of homes for sale is expected to slowly rebound in 2021, but the road to recovery will be long because the market has to make up for multiple years of declines. Additional homes hitting the market will offer buyers some relief in 2021, but it won't be enough to tip the scales in favor of buyers. As inventory slowly begins to replenish and buyer demand for homes remains steady, sellers will continue to be in the driver's seat. Suburbs will shine if remote work stays around - As COVID-19 lockdowns gripped many of the nation's largest cities, buyers flocked to nearby suburbs in search of increased space. Now, more and more workers are finding the freedom to work remotely. This has sparked intense interest in suburban homes, further exaggerating a trend that had been slowly emerging over the last couple of years. The big question is what demand will look like once a coronavirus vaccine is widely available. If companies require workers to return to the office, demand may wane. Conversely, if companies commit long-term to remote work, demand for these homes could see an additional boost in 2021. Wildcards that could shake things up in 2021 COVID-19 - The deck is stacked with wildcards for 2021. The most impactful will be the U.S.'s ability to control and contain the spread of COVID-19 as well as distribute a vaccine. Additional lockdowns and quarantines could put a dent in housing inventory and sales, slowing the market and putting increased pressure on buyers. Conversely, if a vaccine is rolled out quickly, it could lead to better than expected sales and a strong increase for home prices and inventory. Either way, COVID-19 will have a large impact on the U.S. housing market in 2021. Double dip recession - The possibility of a double dip recession is still in play for 2021. As the U.S. continues in a K-shape recovery, a gap is widening between those with and without jobs as well as industries recovering well versus those seeing continued lack of business. In the short term, this could lead to less consumer spending which could more broadly impact businesses and economic growth. In the long term, this could impact the U.S. housing market as "would-be" buyers disappear from the market, cooling demand and driving down home prices. The current question is how long the K-shape can diverge before the impact begins to cascade into the broader economy and other previously less-affected sectors such as housing. 2021 Metro Housing Forecast (Top 100) About realtor.com® Realtor.com® makes buying, selling and living in homes easier and more rewarding for everyone. Realtor.com® pioneered the world of digital real estate 20 years ago, and today through its website and mobile apps is a trusted source for the information, tools and professional expertise that help people move confidently through every step of their home journey. Using proprietary data science and machine learning technology, realtor.com® pairs buyers and sellers with local agents in their market, helping take the guesswork out of buying and selling a home. For professionals, realtor.com® is a trusted provider of consumer connections and branding solutions that help them succeed in today's on-demand world. Realtor.com® is operated by News Corp [Nasdaq: NWS, NWSA] [ASX: NWS, NWSLV] subsidiary Move, Inc. under a perpetual license from the National Association of REALTORS®. For more information, visit realtor.com®.
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NAR Launches 'First-Time Buyer' Streaming Video Series on ROKU
Eight-part series will showcase Realtor value, also stream on YouTube and Facebook. CHICAGO (November 20, 2020) -- The National Association of Realtors® this week launched its new digital video series to over 40 million households on Roku, the No. 1 streaming TV platform in the U.S. In contrast with most real estate-themed programs, First-Time Buyer by the National Association of REALTORS® focuses on the relationship between Realtor® and homebuyer to provide viewers with a more genuine portrayal of the home buying process. "First-Time Buyer provides an up-close look at real-life home buyers, telling stories about the critical role Realtors® play in every transaction from beginning to end," said NAR President Charlie Oppler, a Realtor® from Franklin Lakes, N.J., and the CEO of Prominent Properties Sotheby's International Realty. "I'm proud of the creativity and ingenuity our team showed in the creation of this program, and I'm excited about the tremendous benefits it will deliver to our 1.4 million members." First-Time Buyer's eight episodes were filmed across the Atlanta, Nashville and Phoenix metro areas. NAR partnered with Happy Street Entertainment on production, which began in February and, after delays on account of COVID-19, was completed in October with safety precautions in place. "We're showing the Realtor® value in the homebuying experience," said Alicia Bailey, NAR's director of marketing strategy and head of production, who worked alongside Happy Street Entertainment in the program's development process. "It means something to have an individual who is guided by a code of ethics taking you through one of the most complex and important processes of your life, and that's especially critical to any first-time buyer." In addition to streaming on Roku, each 15-minute episode is also available on YouTube, Facebook, and FirstTimeBuyer.realtor, which offers behind-the-scenes content and added resources about the homebuying process. By focusing on many of the hiccups that occur while buying a home, this series underscores how Realtors® support their clients through any hurdle they may – and will – face throughout the process. "It's never as smooth as it appears on other shows," said Susan Welter, NAR's vice president of creative and content strategy. First-Time Buyer is an extension of NAR's consumer advertising campaign, which has worked to highlight Realtors®' commitment to the association's Code of Ethics and the distinction it draws between Realtors® and other real estate agents. Third-party market research conducted earlier in 2020 showed that roughly 80% of viewers were more likely to use a Realtor® as a result of NAR's "That's Who We R" campaign. The National Association of Realtors® is America's largest trade association, representing 1.4 million members involved in all aspects of the residential and commercial real estate industries.
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CoStar Group Agrees to Acquire Homesnap, a Digital Residential Real Estate Solutions Provider Used by 300,000 Agents Responsible for More Than Half of All US Residential Real Estate Sales
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Companies

realtor.com®
Realtor.com® pioneered the world of digital real estate 20 years ago, and today through its website and mobile apps is a trusted source for the information, tools and professional expertise that help people move confidently through every step of their home journey. Using proprietary data science and machine learning technology, realtor.com® pairs buyers and sellers with local agents in their market, helping take the guesswork out of buying and selling a home. Find property info from the most comprehensive source of home data online at
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Homes.com
Homes.com, a division of Dominion Enterprises, is a leading provider of real estate marketing and media services, including brand advertising, property listing exposure and syndication, search engine marketing and instant response lead generation. Over 12 million homebuyers visit Homes.com each month to search nearly 3 million properties for sale or rent, to locate real estate agents in their area and to find useful home buying tips. Homes.com provides premier advertising solutions for real estate professionals reaching active homebuyers. For more information, visit
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Homesnap
      Founded in 2008 and based in Washington DC, Homesnap is a trusted real estate search platform for people to explore homes and search MLS real estate listings -- online or from a mobile phone. Using the Homesnap app (available for iPhone, iPad and Android devices) you can snap a photo of any home, nationwide, to find out all about it. For listed homes, you may be able to see interior photos too! When you’re ready to buy or sell real estate, you can contact a real estate agent within Homesnap to schedule a showing or list your home in the MLS. Homesnap is powered by a specialized homes database that combines hundreds of disparate sources of data. Our data feeds include: over 40 MLS real estate databases, property tax records, census data, geographic boundaries, property polygons, school information, mortgage rates and
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Elevate
Welcome to pure productivity for real estate brokers, agents & teams: CRM, IDX websites, lead gen, email, text, social, automated campaigns & workflows, and custom consulting. Intuitive, easy-to-use technology, complemented by fanatical training, support and business consulting.
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Webinars

WATCH: Introducing Chirp, the New Relationship Software from Happy Grasshopper
We all know that real estate is a relationship business. And we all know the things we "should" do to maintain our relationships--call past clients, send them emails, reach out by text--but it's not always easy to find the time or motivation to do these things. Enter Chirp, a new relationship platform from Happy Grasshopper. Each year, Chirp sends out 17 "non-salesy" emails, 6-12 conversation starting texts, and 6-12 friendly ringless voicemails to your database to nurture your relationship with your contacts. We learned all about Chirp in a recent webinar and how one top Realtor uses it to build his relationships—and his business. Check out the webinar below (and make sure you watch through to the end to see the impromptu guitar duet)! Webinar Guests Dan Stewart, CEO, Happy Grasshopper Randall Martin, top producer at CB&A REALTORS® Chris Drayer, CEO and Founder, Revaluate Moderator: Marilyn Wilson, Co-founder and President, RE Technology Video Timeline 0:00 - Moderator Marilyn Wilson introduces the panelists. 1:15 - Dan Stewart introduces the topic and emphasizes the importance of relationships. 5:51 - Randall Martin shares how much of his business comes from cultivating relationships. 9:01 - The issues behind agent adoption of broker-provided technology. 15:01 - Randall explains what happens when he sends out a "Chirp" from Happy Grasshopper. 18:00 - Dan shares the genesis of Chirp and what it does for brokers and agents. 20:50 - Chris Drayer on how Revaluate's integration with Happy Grasshopper helps agents identify contacts that are ready to move. 23:27 - Dan gives us a live demo of Chirp. 33:38 - The difference between campaigns for new leads vs. existing contacts. 35:20 - Randall shares the analytics that his Chirp campaigns see. 43:24 - Dan on what Happy Grasshopper offers brokerages. 47:20 - Chris on how Revaluate works within Happy Grasshopper to identify those most likely to move. 49:54 - Q&A session. 57:23 - How to learn more about Chirp, or sign-up for the service. 1:00:30 - Dan and Randall wrap things up with an impromptu guitar session! Next Steps Learn more at HappyGrasshopper.com/Chirp Read articles about Email Marketing, or explore more Email Marketing solutions in our Product Directory Register for our next webinar, Why 40% of condo transactions fail and how MRED is fixing it for their subscribers Watch more webinars
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WATCH: Connect with Clients During a Life-Changing Event
Wouldn't it be nice to know which contacts in your database need a real estate agent right now? Thanks to technology powered by artificial intelligence, that's no longer a pipe dream--that's today's reality. This week, we hosted a webinar that explored a new player on this scene, Lead Scoring 360 from HomeActions. Lead Scoring 360 can help real estate professionals identify warm leads--including those who are going through a major life event like a marriage, divorce, birth, death, and beyond. Watch the recorded webinar below to learn how this AI-powered technology can predict which leads you should reach out to next: Webinar Guests Albert Clark, President, HomeActions Moderator: Marilyn Wilson, Co-founder and President, RE Technology Video Timeline 0:00 - Moderator Marilyn Wilson introduces the topic and panelist. 1:40 - Albert Clark on how building relationship capital using email marketing and artificial intelligence can help you focus your efforts on warm leads in your database. 2:28 - An introduction on how HomeActions works and how it can help real estate pros identify warm leads. 26:19 - How to position yourself to help those going through life changes—divorce, death, birth, etc.—using HomeActions' latest product, Lead Scoring 360, an AI-powered marketing tool. 28:35 - How Lead Scoring 360's 'Move Score' predicts who is most likely to move in the next 3-6 months. 34:17 - Albert shares how HomeActions' subscription model works and answers audience questions. 1:00:40 - How to learn more about HomeActions and Lead Scoring 360. Next Steps Learn more about HomeActions on their website To get started or learn more, email Albert Clark or text him at 570-510-3507 Read articles about Email Marketing, or explore more Email Marketing solutions in our Product Directory Register for our upcoming webinar: Introducing Chirp™: The easiest, most engaging relationship software that agents and brokerages agree about! Watch more webinars
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WATCH: Secrets to Lead Generation Success
"Inventory is just gone right now." That's the situation that most real estate agents are facing across the country--and a fact that we spent a good amount of time discussing in a recent webinar. What can agents do to keep their business moving and the leads flowing through their sales funnel throughout the twin challenges of COVID-19 and record low inventory levels? Frank Chimento and Bondilyn Jolly of Elevate joined us during this webinar to discuss just that. They answered the lead generation questions of real estate agents across the country, while helping agents strategize their way to success. Check out the full discussion and strategy session in the video below: Webinar Guests Frank Chimento, VP of Brokerage Development, Elevate Bondilyn Jolly, VP of Marketing at Elevate and Managing Partner of 3sixtyfive.agency Moderator: Marilyn Wilson, Co-founder and President, RE Technology Video Timeline 0:00 - Moderator Marilyn Wilson introduces the topic and panelists. 10:20 - Critical statistics about consumer and real estate agent behavior and trends. 25:45 - Lifecycle of a real estate lead. 41:40 - Search-based vs. interruption-based lead generation. 44:34 - Frank shares statistics and facts on generating and converting buyer leads. 45:51 - Live audience poll about lead generation. 59:55 - The difference between buying leads vs. a lead conversion system. Next Steps Learn more about Elevate at TryElevate.com/LeadGen Read articles about Lead Generation, or explore more Lead Generation solutions in our Product Directory Register for our upcoming webinars: Are You Using the Best Real Estate Tech for Your Business? and Connect with Clients During a Life-Changing Event Watch more webinars
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WATCH: 5 Ways Your CRM Can Make You More Money
Is your CRM doing the hard work of managing your database--or just making you work hard? There's a smarter way to work when you have a smart CRM. What's a smart CRM? A platform that offers strategic insights, surfaces opportunities, offers behavioral insights and more to keep you top-of-mind with your contacts. We explored one such CRM during a recent webinar with Brad Nix and Greg Dallaire, two top brokerage leaders who both use BoomTown's CRM in their businesses. Learn how your real estate team or brokerage can benefit from an intelligent CRM in the recorded webinar below: Webinar Guests Greg Dallaire, Broker/Owner, Dallaire Realty Brad Nix, Co-founder and COO, Path & Post Real Estate Moderator: Marilyn Wilson, Co-founder and President, RE Technology Video Timeline 0:00 - Moderator Marilyn Wilson introduces the topic and panelists. 3:15 - Brad Nix and Greg Dallaire share what a CRM means to their businesses. 5:33 - How a CRM enables conversion of past and present leads. 27:05 - Delivering a premium level of service with a CRM. 38:00 - Surfacing opportunities at the right time. 46:50 - How a CRM provides a blueprint for success. 50:04 - CRMs create happy and productive agents. 58:00 - Final comments and where to find more information. Next Steps Learn more about BoomTown at BoomTownROI.com Read articles about CRM, or explore more CRM solutions in our Product Directory Register for our upcoming webinars: How to engage with your past and current clients for life using one platform and Secrets to Lead Generation Success Watch more webinars
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First Look: Broker-Level CRM Now Available to Agents and Teams
Two weeks ago, something exciting happened: Agents, teams, and small firms finally gained access to a high-level CRM that was previously only available to larger brokerages. We're talking about DeltaNET 6 from Delta Media Group. During a recent webinar, our readers were treated to a tour and live demo of this robust marketing and client management platform—and invited to try it free for 30 days. Watch the webinar in full below, and scroll down to learn how you can claim your free, 30-day trial. Webinar Guests Michael Minard, CEO/Owner, Delta Media Group Franklin Stoffer, Sales Manager, Delta Media Group Moderator: Marilyn Wilson, Co-founder and President, RE Technology Video Timeline 0:00 - Moderator Marilyn Wilson introduces the topic and panelists. 2:00 - Mike Minard on why Delta Media Group decided to develop an agent-centric platform. 4:45 - Franklin Stoffer introduces Delta's new platform, which includes a CRM, customizable websites, automated reporting, and more. 9:30 - A closer look at DeltaNET 6's customizable websites. 12:40 - Franklin kicks off a tour of DeltaNET 6. 14:10 - Automated marketing features of DeltaNET 6. 22:55 - Live demo of DeltaNET 6. 47:35 - Automated Seller Reports from DeltaNET 6. 48:55 - Features that help agents stay on track: Agent digest emails and New Listing alerts 50:15 - How Delta's comprehensive platform can help you save money. 50:55 - Free 30-day trial offer for RE Technology members. 52:00 - Question and answer segment. A Special Offer for RE Technology Readers RE Technology subscribers can get a 30-day free trial of DeltaNET 6—no credit card required. Visit deltamediagroup.com/free to claim your free offer! Next Steps Get a free, 30-day trial of DeltaNet 6 Read articles about CRM, or explore more CRM solutions in our Product Directory Register for this upcoming webinar: 5 Ways Your CRM Can Make You More Money Watch more webinars
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