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[Podcast] Online Safety: What You Should Never Post on Social Media
Most real estate professionals have heard the advice, "Be authentic!" in regards to posting on social media. And it's true, being your warm, inviting self will draw in far more followers than staid business posts ever could. But is it possible to be too authentic? Where should real estate pros draw the line when talking about their family and personal life, or even their clients and listings — especially in an age of online predators, scammers, and data collectors? In this episode of the Drive with NAR: Safety Series, host Tracey Hawkins talks with two real estate social media stars about the online boundaries they draw to protect their own and their clients' privacy. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Libsyn Visit the episode homepage for show notes and more detail.
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First-ever Rental Expert Series Report Looks at the 2023 Rental Market
As part of the new Rental Expert Series, Rental Beast has created the 2023 Market Report, which includes 2024 market predictions, sentiments from property owners, and 2023 rental data. The program is designed to provide real estate professionals with valuable insights, data, educational content, and more to help them succeed in rentals. Report Summary In 2024, home prices are expected to remain flat or slightly decrease, with projections showing a downtick of less than 2%. Home sales are anticipated to slightly increase, supported by new construction, while existing home supply remains sluggish. Mortgage rates are predicted to range from 6% to 7%, and housing affordability challenges are likely to persist. Rents are expected to rise slightly, with some variations in projections, driven by high demand for rentals. The multifamily sector is a key focus, with an influx of new inventory potentially leading to increased concessions to boost occupancy. In the last quarter of 2023, the sentiment among property owners regarding median rent indicates a cautious or stable outlook, with 75% expecting rents to remain the same through June 2024. Despite a competitive housing market, 26% of property managers report a decrease in rental applications. Rental data for 2023 in 12 metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) indicates a general downward trend in median rents for various property types throughout the year. Three-bedroom homes are still, on average, the priciest rental type, ending Q4 with a median price of $2,199. However, if you're splitting the rent with roommates, it's more affordable than a one-bedroom, which came in at $1,735 in the final quarter of 2023. Residential Rental Statistics This snapshot of the 2023 residential rental market illustrates key indicators like average rent prices, days on market, and percentage change of available listings to provide insights into current trends and market dynamics: Median Rent and Concessions Quarterly median and yearly average rent changes compared with percentage of listings with concessions: In 2023, rental data shows consistent trends for rental listings with concessions. Colorado Springs led with the highest percentages throughout the year, reaching 48% in Q2. Atlanta also maintained relatively high levels, while Boston consistently recorded lower percentages. Overall, the national average in MSAs analyzed for rental listings with concessions in 2023 stood at 18%. Get More with the Rental Expert Series The Rental Beast 2023 Market Report is a critical resource for real estate professionals navigating the ever-evolving rental market. Sign up for the Rental Expert Series here to stay on top of the rental trends and get insights about the market. To view the original article, visit the Rental Beast blog.
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10 Proven Ways to Optimize Your Real Estate Website for Lead Generation
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How Understanding the Lead Lifecycle Can Boost Your Conversion Rate
As we navigate market changes, it's more evident than ever that lead generation, nurturing, and management is not a one-size-fits-all process. Put simply, you can no longer just try to generate leads and expect to stay productive in this market. Instead, you need to be strategic and look at the lead lifecycle holistically. This will help you understand where to drop in your expertise regularly and guide your leads along the path to becoming closed clients. How the Lead Lifecycle Shapes Your Client Outreach and Success The lead lifecycle, also known as the lead funnel, is the journey a lead takes from the very first time they see your name or business, all the way to their seat at the closing table. They don't get from A to Z after they submit the form or give you a call; instead, there are thoughtful points of interaction that take place at each stage to nudge them along and get them to close. Let's look at a real-life example: you land a lead and you're ready to get in touch. You give them a ring and learn they're not going to be market-ready for another 18 months. Therefore, you shouldn't be calling them again any time soon. They're 18 months out from purchase — give them breathing room, but be sure to still supply them with consistent, impactful reminders you're there to help and ready to jump into action when they're ready for you. Then, as that 18-month mark approaches, you can shift your focus to ramping up contact. This will also help bridge the gap to meeting your lead where they are, even a year and a half after your initial conversation. How to Meet Leads Where They Are, Here and Now Like we said, no lead generation and management strategy fits into a neat, cookie-cutter outline. You have to tailor your approach to your leads based on their specific needs, such as their timeline to buy or sell, life events shaping their need for a real estate pro, and other unique, individual scenarios driving their decision-making. So how can you actually make sure you're staying top of mind with your leads, no matter where they are on their journey? Here are a few key ways to seamlessly stay in touch. Set Up a Nurture Campaign One of the best tactics to stay on top of your client database is with nurture campaigns. Typically set up in your CRM platform, nurture campaigns will send emails (and sometimes text messages) to your leads and clients at specific intervals of times, or when they take an action — like submitting a lead or downloading something from your website. Because the CRM automatically sends off the email for you, you don't need to hover over your contact list and try to remember what communications to send to who and when. This frees up your time to work one-on-one with your clients and focus on other areas of your business, like generating more leads. With customized, timely emails sent to leads and clients at impactful times, you can see high rates of engagement along the lead lifecycle. Use Calendar-Blocking Regularly With all that freed up time from your nurture campaign efforts, you can also use dedicated time slots on your calendar for more manual, yet meaningful, interactions with your leads. Block out time on your calendar each week to follow up with leads via phone or meeting. You can categorize them by where they are in their journey, or even prioritize the hot, ready-to-transact leads. By getting direct time with your leads, you can demonstrate your level of attention, care, and dedication to understanding their stage in the lead lifecycle — and how you'll get them to the close. Use a Post Close Companion for Your Converted Clients As you nudge your leads and support them through their lifecycle, they'll make it to the closing table. But you also can't just forget about a client once they've closed the deal and final documents are signed, sealed, and delivered. Even if the transaction is complete, you're still sitting on untapped potential: 82% of all real estate deals come from repeat and referral business. Undoubtedly, it's critical to focus on your closed clients. You truly never know when they'll need your expertise again, and you want to stay top-of-mind for them to send any friends, family members, or colleagues your way for their real estate needs. To do this seamlessly, kvCORE has Post Close Companion, an easy-to-use tool to manage your post-close relationships. It allows you to capture reviews, nurture relationships, and leverage your past clients to build a robust referral pipeline. To view the original article, visit the Inside Real Estate blog. Related reading Why Understanding the Homebuyer Journey Is Key to Nurturing Real Estate Leads 5 Real Estate Follow-Up Rules You Need to Be Following 25 Tips, Tricks and Resources for Keeping Past Clients
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Local Showings
Local Showings is an independent, full-featured property showing software and service and is the culmination of years of technical preparation and the perfect mixture of right place, right time. Local Showings was designed to integrate with real estate organizations' existing technology and be used as either a standalone product or within the DeltaNET 6. The platform will allow agents to: Schedule showings of any listing in their MLS Offer a calendar view of available times Generate seller reports Highlight feedback Facilitate communication with other agents. Call center support is also included, providing agents and brokerages the help they're so used to receiving from Delta Media Group, as is a no-sell
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Parkbench
Stand out from the crowd with Parkbench. We build neighborhood websites for hyperlocalized areas sponsored by a single agent per area, creating unique online content that promotes recognition and drives business for the agent. Now a network of platforms, Parkbench websites engage potential customers, designed to inform visitors of local events, news, and information about the community. Parkbench also provides free marketing tools for business professionals through their main
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RPR for Agents
Realtors Property Resource® (RPR) is a national property database from NAR® designed to provide REALTORS® with advanced technology tools and features needed to provide clients and customers with dynamic reports and analytics. These features assist in helping your clients and customers make informed decisions when buying or selling property. The Realtors Property Resource application: Is exclusive technology only for REALTORS Does not allow public or consumer access Is a NAR® member benefit provided at no additional charge With RPR, All REALTORS® can access: Tax assessment and public records on over 150 million parcels of propertyin the U.S. Mortgage and lien information Largest national database by county of foreclosure, pre-foreclosure, REO and default Nationwide school data, test scores and parent reviews  Dynamic mapping: School Zones, Neighborhoods, Zip Codes, Cities, FEMA etc. Geo-spatial data including aerial photography, street level and bird’s eye view Census, demographic and lifestyle data Neighborhood information Comprehensive property and neighborhood reporting If the local MLS has partnered with RPR to include MLS data in the system, REALTORS® will also have access to: MLS active, sold, pending, expired, withdrawn and canceled statuses Historic listing comparison tool Realtor Valuation Model® (RVM®) Refine property facts, comparables and RVM® for custom valuation report Charts and Graphs will include trends calculated from MLS data  RPR also offers Broker branding to help reinforce your brand as part of the Want to get started? Watch this video on creating an
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Get.realtor
Get.realtor is your premier destination for revolutionizing your online presence in the real estate industry. We specialize in providing top-level domains such as .realtor™ and .realestate, coupled with cutting-edge website solutions tailored to elevate your business to new heights. At get.realtor we understand the significance of a strong online presence in today's competitive real estate market. Backed by the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® our mission is to empower REALTORS®, real estate professionals and businesses by offering them the tools they need to establish a distinctive brand identity and excel in the digital
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Industry News

ShowingTime+'s Listing Showcase now available nationwide
Agents are using Listing Showcase, now available nationwide, to help them win more listings and attract buyers with a next-generation listing experience SEATTLE, Feb. 21, 2024 – ShowingTime+ announced today that Listing Showcase®, an AI-powered premium listing experience on Zillow, is now available nationwide for listing agents. Since launching in select markets last summer, the Listing Showcase product has been used by agents to elevate their brand presence and help them win more business through an immersive interactive media experience that delivers increased exposure and home shopper engagement on Zillow. Data from initial markets shows that Listing Showcase homes are selling faster than similar nearby non-Showcase listing homes. On average, Showcase listings on Zillow go pending almost 15% faster compared to similar nearby listings. Listing Showcase listings feature high-resolution scrolling hero images, room-by-room photo organization, interactive floors plans and more — all to give shoppers a deeper understanding of the home virtually before they ever step inside. Since the product was released, ShowingTime+ continues to make improvements. Most recently, a floor plan has been added to the map display within a listing, providing shoppers with a clear picture of the home's orientation and placement on the property. Listing Showcase gives agents the ability to customize their listings and provide the interactive, media-rich experience shoppers and sellers want to help attract more interest from buyers. These listings receive powerful exposure on Zillow, generating, on average, 68% more page views, 66% more saves and 63% more shares than similar non-Showcase listings. "Listing Showcase results are outstanding," said Carl Hawthorne, team lead, Atlanta Communities Real Estate Brokerage. "Our views and saves on Zillow are making our listing stand out above the crowd. We are utilizing this marketing to win listing appointments… We are thrilled with this product." Listing Showcase is built to meet the unique needs of brokers, teams and individual agents. Brokers and agents nationwide can now purchase a Listing Showcase subscription on a flexible plan designed for businesses of all sizes. Agents can create Showcase listings by working with a photographer of their choosing or by using ShowingTime+'s in-house media provider, Listing Media Services, where available. "Listing Showcase is a first-of-its-kind experience that transports home shoppers into a home virtually, unlike anything else available today — saving time for home shoppers and attracting serious buyers," said Cynthia Taylor, vice president, ShowingTime+. "This product is a prime example of ShowingTime+'s work to provide tech solutions that make the whole process easier for everyone involved in a home sale." Listing Showcase empowers agents to market themselves and their listings in the best way possible while engaging consumers with information that helps them make informed real estate decisions. The entire ShowingTime+ software suite helps agents and brokers operate their businesses more efficiently, win more customers, and elevate the experience of buying and selling for their clients. About ShowingTime+ ShowingTime+℠ is modernizing real estate for the benefit of all agents, brokers and multiple listing services (MLSs). A brand of Zillow Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: Z and ZG), ShowingTime+ provides products and services to help real estate professionals streamline their businesses and deliver elevated experiences to their customers. The ShowingTime+ technology suite includes ShowingTime®, dotloop®, Bridge Interactive®, Listing Media Services and Aryeo ®. ShowingTime+ products are used by hundreds of MLSs representing more than 1 million real estate professionals across the U.S. and Canada. About Zillow Group Zillow Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: Z and ZG) is reimagining real estate to make home a reality for more and more people. As the most visited real estate website in the United States, Zillow and its affiliates help people find and get the home they want by connecting them with digital solutions, dedicated partners and agents, and easier buying, selling, financing and renting experiences.
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Former Zillow Execs Launch Tomo Real Estate, a Next-Gen Home Search Portal Redefining Home Buyer Strategies
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Luxury Presence Launches AI Lead Nurture, an Advanced AI-Powered Lead Engagement Tool
AUSTIN, TX -- Luxury Presence, a leading proptech startup that provides real estate growth marketing solutions, today announced the release of AI Lead Nurture, an innovative AI-powered tool that boosts lead engagement and appointment requests. AI Lead Nurture leverages human-like AI to engage and qualify more leads. The tool automatically responds to inbound messages 24/7 and continues to strategically follow up, keeping leads warm and driving them toward an appointment request. It also does the work of learning a lead's timeline, budget, and preferences, allowing busy real estate professionals to prioritize the highest-quality prospects. With an average of 25 touchpoints, AI Lead Nurture frees up agents' time while increasing lead response rates to over 50% and warm handoff rates to over 14%. In the three months after implementing the tool, top-ranked New Jersey broker Taylor Lucyk generated 40 appointment requests and a 22% warm handoff rate, demonstrating the efficiency of AI Lead Nurture in qualifying leads. "AI Lead Nurture joins our suite of market-leading products that help real estate professionals get in front of their target audience, collect more leads, and drive the most valuable prospects toward appointment requests," said Malte Kramer, Founder and CEO of Luxury Presence. "The tool is incredibly smart—it feels like having a real conversation with the agent—and it gives agents time back to focus on nurturing relationships and closing deals. It also allows even the busiest agents to satisfy buyers and sellers' desire for responses on-demand, impressing potential clients from the jump." About Luxury Presence Luxury Presence is a Los Angeles proptech startup that provides growth marketing solutions to over 10,000 agents, teams, and brokerages–including more than 20 of the top 100 WSJ real estate agents. The company's award-winning real estate websites, expert marketing solutions, and AI-powered mobile platform help agents attract more business, work more efficiently, and impress their clients. Since launching in 2016, Luxury Presence has raised over $52M. Its notable investors include Zillow Co-Founder Spencer Rascoff, real estate coach Tom Ferry, NBA Champion Dirk Nowitzki, NFL Pro Larry Fitzgerald, Switch Ventures, Toba Capital, and Bessemer Venture Partners. Luxury Presence has a sales and customer support office in Austin, TX. For more information, visit https://www.luxurypresence.com.
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Inside Real Estate Launches 2024 with New Innovations in AI, Platform and Home Ownership Tech
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CRS Data (Courthouse Retrieval System)
Empower your REALTORS® by adding the MLS Tax Suite as a membership benefit. Since 1989, CRS Data has provided a wealth of accurate and reliable property data. Our MLS Tax Suite provides customizable and comprehensive access to property records, prospecting tools, neighborhood comparables and extensive mapping layers. We constantly improve our MLS Tax Suite based on user feedback - and then deliver with personable customer
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Brokermint
The most easy-to-use real estate back office platform. Integrate Brokermint with your CRM, MLS and QuickBooks, seamlessly. Brokermint provides agents, office administrators and brokers a complete system for tracking anything and everything related to your transaction. Brokermint eliminates the need for multiple programs and will seamlessly integrate with tools you may already have in place such as the MLS, your favorite CRM and Quickbooks just to name a few. Additional features include managing offers, commission tracking and compliance review - all under one user-friendly
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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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VirtualTourCafe
VirtualTourCafe embarked on a journey to completely redesign and redevelop the online software to meet the needs of today’s real estate industry as well as the new “Web 3.0” graphical and responsive designed websites. Eight thousand hours of developing later, VirtualTourCafe 3.0 was launched on June 1 st , 2016. The new and improved service offers many new features and benefits for the real estate agent, but more importantly positions VirtualTourCafe for the future! The VirtualTourCafe difference: An integrated easy-to-use modern solution for every real estate agent! Today we are still a small but growing company based in Pleasanton, CA with a small staff and lots of help from our friends, family and business partners. We work with independent contractors, photographers and virtual partners around the world. We are proud of what we have accomplished in such a short time with loyal customers who have been with us from the beginning! We have been able to maintain our values and moral compass pointed in the right direction, while always treating our customers, employees and associates as if they are family, and living life full of love and gratitude, one day at a
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3 Must-Read Tips for Building a Digital Brand Identity as an Agent
Creating a digital brand identity as a real estate agent has never been a more important component of the business. Both buyers and sellers spend ample time researching potential agents online long before they make any decisions about who will represent them in the home transaction, typically between six months to a year before they actually hire someone. At the same time, it's never been more difficult to craft a distinct brand as an agent, one that prospective buyers and sellers can trust and understand. There are no doubt a lot of agents competing with you in your market, and standing out from the crowd can be a challenge for even the best agents. In a webinar from October 31, 2023, Marilyn Wilson, President of RE Technology, sat down with John Adams, President of Adams, Cameron & Co., and Peter Newton, President of Big Rock Consulting Group, to talk about actionable ways agents can craft their unique brand identity. Watch the video to get the full experience; meanwhile, here are some between-the-lines takeaways from their presentation. 1. Digital reach matters more than physical distance Buying physical advertising on billboards, park benches, or newspapers has been a tried-and-true tactic that many agents have used to establish and spread their brand identity. However, these days, people who buy a new house are moving farther and farther away from their current residence: up to 50 miles, compared to up to 15 miles in previous years. If the billboard ads are working for you, that's great, but remember that there could be potential clients who are miles away from the places you would most likely post a physical ad. Building a digital brand identity will help you to both cement trust locally and generate leads from outside your immediate area. 2. Working with a high-profile brokerage can give you a head start Both buyers and sellers want to work with agents who have an established brand. For newer agents who don't have as much experience, or even for seasoned agents who appreciate the additional leverage, working with a brokerage that aligns with your brand identity and that has done its own work to market and advertise itself can help provide a boost to your own reach. 3. Be ubiquitous and consistent It takes a certain number of impressions before an individual member of your audience will be able to remember who you are and what you do. That's not an indication that your brand needs improvement; rather, it's proof of how inundated everybody is with information all day, every day, and how consistent and persistent messaging can help cut through the noise to reach your target audience. With that in mind, it's smart to diversify your marketing efforts just like you would an investment portfolio. Create content that consistently showcases you as a real estate expert in your niche for different channels. If you make a neighborhood guide video for your website, ask yourself how you can slice it up and reuse it not just on Facebook, but also YouTube, Instagram, TikTok, Snapchat, and other social media platforms that support video sharing. To learn more about how to establish a niche for yourself and the five steps of building a brand, watch the full presentation. Related reading Real Estate Branding: 6 Steps for Agent Success How to Humanize Your Digital Business A Step-by-Step Guide to Branding Your Business
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Mastering Real Estate Marketing in 2023: Back to the Basics
When home sales decline in a market, it may feel natural to pull back on spending to conserve your resources. But is that really the right approach? Instead, top agents take the opposite tack: they get even more aggressive on promotion because they know their competitors are cutting back. This leaves an opportunity for top agents to expand their presence. Then, when the housing market turns favorable again, they can come out stronger than ever. Fortunately, you don't have to spend a ton on promotions to be successful. In a recent webinar, we learned how to act strategically to market yourself to sellers and give your listings a virtual advantage. Watch the webinar recording to learn more: Webinar Guests Michael Vervena, VP of Sales and Marketing, Planitar, Inc. Moderator: Marilyn Wilson, Co-founder and President, RE Technology Video Timeline 0:00 - Moderator Marilyn Wilson introduces the topic and panelist. 3:40 - Michael Vervena talks about current market challenges. 6:55 - Buyers and sellers are starting their real estate journey online. 8:35 - What do home sellers expect from a real estate professional? 11:27 - Meeting home buyers' expectations. 17:35 - How to give your online listings a virtual advantage. 22:03 - Technology that provides accurate and reliable data to meet buyers' expectations. 42:20 - Strategies for sharing your listings on social media. 43:11 - How to demonstrate your value by showing your client what you did for them. 48:35 - What makes iGuide unique, and how it helps your marketing strategy. Next Steps To learn more about iGuide, visit GoiGUIDE.com To find a service provider in your area, visit goiguide.com/residential-real-estate Read articles about Virtual Tours, Floor Plans, and Online Marketing Explore more Virtual Tour, Floor Plan, and Online Marketing solutions in our Product Directory Watch more webinars
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Online Marketing Boot Camp: Don't Be the Invisible Agent
Can your ideal clients find you online? Making your business visible to potential leads isn't as simple as throwing up a real estate website. Online marketing isn't like Field of Dreams — if you build it, they may not necessarily come. They will, however, come if you undertake a consistent marketing strategy. And it doesn't even have to be complex or time-consuming. The key is cross-promoting your marketing content across various platforms so that you reach consumers wherever they are. We learned all about this in a recent webinar. Watch the recording below to find out how easy it is to get started with an online marketing strategy that puts your business in front of your ideal clients. Webinar Guest Brandon Zwingman, National Business Development Consultant, Elm Street Technology Video Timeline 0:00 - Host Brandon Zwingman introduces himself and the webinar topic. 4:11 - The top five online platforms that most agents aren't using in their online strategy. 6:37 - Email marketing: what kind of emails to leverage, how to use them, and what content to include. 18:05 - Blogging: the benefits to SEO, your online visibility, and how to promote. 20:13 - Facebook: Business pages, how often to post, the most valuable types of posts. 33:33 - LinkedIn: "The silent powerhouse" for real estate marketing. 40:00 - Your website: your central place to be found on the internet. 44:22 - The key to effective social media marketing. 47:08 - The way consumers search has changed. 48:00 - Local ranking factors on Google. 49:37 - Setting up your Google Business Page. 53:00 - The importance of your online brand. 56:27 - Money making goals to set for your online reputation. 1:00:41 - A look at how OutboundEngine can simplify your online marketing strategy. 1:14:58 - Go to bit.ly/profilereach to see how your business is displayed online. Next Steps Visit OutboundEngine.com to learn more Read articles about Online Marketing, or explore more Online Marketing solutions in our Product Directory Watch more webinars Register for our upcoming webinar, Real Estate Marketing in 2023: Focus on the Fundamentals
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[WATCH] The Ultimate Lead Generation Machine: How to Keep Your Repeat and Referral Gears Turning
Did you know that 67% of all real estate leads come from repeat and referral clients? To help our readers learn to nurture this side of your business, we recently co-hosted a webinar with Morris Marketing Group. Webinar attendees learned the latest research on lead generation and conversion, as well as answers to the following questions: Where do the best leads come from? Who is converting them? What is their strategy? Watch the webinar recording below to learn why lead conversion is just as important as lead generation, how to find quality leads, and how to keep your repeat and referral business humming along. Webinar Guest Phil Hollander, VP of Business and Professional Development, Morris Marketing Video Timeline 0:00 - Host Phil Hollander introduces himself and the webinar topic. 5:00 - What type of real estate agent do you want to be? 6:13 - What does having a vision for your business look like? 7:29 - Why you need to generate a steady flow of leads. 7:55 - The Lead Spectrum: a different way to look at leads. 11:33 - Two ways to evaluate a lead. 13:09 - The ideal lead situation. 15:14 - The four dominant personality types of lead generation and conversion. 23:50 - A look at the Prospector and Converter personality types. 25:56 - A look at the Networker and Marketer personality types. 28:59 - How are clients choosing agents these days? 29:57 - Why having a systems-based business is critical to your success. 33:51 - The Success System for generating and converting leads. 36:15 - Component #1 of the Success System: Direct mail newsletter. 40:32 - Component #2 of the Success System: Email newsletter. 41:17 - Component #3 of the Success System: Market updates. 42:29 - Component #4 of the Success System: Birthday and move-in anniversary outreach. 43:01 - Component #5 of the Success System: Phone calls. 44:09 - Component #6 of the Success System: In-person client events. 45:20 - Component #7 of the Success System: Annual real estate checkup. 47:29 - Component #8 of the Success System: Your website. 49:08 - Component #9 of the Success System: Blog and social media content. 51:21 - Strategies for qualifying your database. 53:31 - Quick overview of what we've learned so far. 54:50 - Does the Success System work for new agents? 58:21 - Learn more about the Client Referrals system with a free 20-minute consultation. Next Steps Contact Phil Hollander via email or at 800-308-6134 ext. 217 for a free 20-minute consultation Visit MorrisMarketingGroup.com to learn more Read articles about Lead Generation, or explore more Lead Generation solutions in our Product Directory Watch more webinars
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[WATCH] Lead Gen Boot Camp: Strategies to Keep Your Pipeline Full
It's a changing market, and like many agents, you may be wondering what the future of your business will look like. How can you invest in your business, and in serious lead generation, during a shifting market? "You can't be a one-trick pony," says Dylan Handy of Elm Street Technology. "You can't rely on one source of lead generation. In a market like this, you have to be really creative." During a recent webinar, Dylan walked us through lead generation strategies across multiple platforms: social media, your website, online ads, organic traffic and more. Watch the webinar recording below to learn how to keep your pipeline full and thriving even during a fluctuating housing market. Webinar Guest Dylan Handy, National Business Development Consultant, Elm Street Technology Video Timeline 0:00 - Host Dylan Handy introduces himself and the webinar topic. 5:02 - What's the ultimate goal of lead generation? 6:10 - Why your website is your "front door" for online business. 8:51 - Driving traffic to your website: the difference between organic and paid strategies. 10:05 - The best social media platforms to drive organic traffic to your website. 11:27 - How to increase your SEO value by blogging. 13:08 - What should you blog about? 17:49 - The ins and outs of leveraging Facebook for lead generation. 24:45 - Overview of other major social platforms to leverage. 28:27 - The key to effective social media marketing. 30:06 - Why you may not be getting leads from your current website. 32:11 - Using paid traffic to drive website traffic. 40:54 - Real estate portal leads vs. search engine and social media ads. 43:20 - Three components of online lead conversion. 45:50 - Lead nurture follow-up systems and processes. 47:50 - The secret to successful social media marketing and online lead generation. 49:30 - Leveraging automated systems and processes. 52:30 - How Elevate's all-in-one solution can help you generate, nurture, and convert real estate leads. Next Steps Contact Dylan Handy via email or at 508-963-2163 to sign up or learn more Visit ElmStreet.com to learn more Read articles about Online Marketing and Social Media, or explore more Online Marketing solutions in our Product Directory Watch more webinars
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