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5 Different Real Estate Emails to Schedule Ahead of Time

January 28 2021

zurple bulk scheduling real estate emailsDo you ever wish you had more time on your hands? You can get more of this much needed resource by utilizing this time saving hack: scheduling emails. In this article, we list a few different emails you can schedule ahead of time to help ease your workload.

1. Open House Announcements

If you are hosting an open house, chances are you are planning to do so—instead of spontaneously deciding to host one last minute. Since this is most definitely the cast, you'll want to schedule your announcement emails to go ahead of time.

2. Holidays

In the chaotic world we live in, one thing we can always depend on is the regularity of national celebrations. Fourth of July, Valentine's Day, Thanksgiving, and so on. These holidays happen on the same date every year. You can schedule all your holiday emails at the beginning of the year. If you want to go a step further, you can also schedule your holiday emails for the the next few years all at once. Just take some time to edit each email before they send.

3. Reminder Emails

In addition to setting a reminder to yourself to follow up with a real estate lead, you can also schedule a follow-up email. Imagine an out-of-town lead telling you they will be in town the last weekend of July—and getting a response from a scheduled email about a time to meet, before you ever text or call them!

4. Just Listed

Send an email out as soon as a hot property comes on the market. To increase your open rates, you'll want to send properties that match your leads' search criteria. If you want to truly personalize the client experience of your sellers, you can send listing emails that are similar to your seller's properties.

5. Just Sold Listings

Celebrate your success by sending a Just Sold email. Similar to new properties, just sold listings can give prospects a good idea of what the market is like. What homes are actually selling for can be more educational than what they are listing for when it comes to some buyers.

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