As a real estate agent, you probably hand out your business card a lot. And just like every other piece of marketing you do, your business card needs to be memorable and help you stand out from your competition. But that’s easier said than done. So that begs the question, what makes a good and memorable business card? What are the key elements that make a name and face stick out to a potential client? Luckily, you don’t have to be a graphic designer to create an awesome business card. Below are the top three elements you should include on your business card to wow your clients.Continue Reading
The New Cloud Streams includes:
- New Activity Stream on the agent dashboard.
- Faster Stream creation that is location-centric.
- Faster alerts than any other listing alert tool.
- Responsive design that works across all devices.
You’ve been there: a client insists on pricing a home way above market value and three months down the line, blames you for the home not selling. As a real estate agent, you are constantly balancing your expert market knowledge with keeping clients happy and this can be hard – especially when it comes to pricing during a listing presentation.
Who are iBuyers?
The term iBuyer refers to companies who give cash offers to homeowners. Compared to home flippers, iBuyers are not looking for fixer-uppers but rather homes that are liveable and only need minor repairs. They are typically backed by venture capital firms, so they are able to purchase a larger volume of homes.
It’s no secret – as your own business you have to spend money to make money. So you spend money on marketing to gain business and close transactions to collect commissions, right? While this makes perfect sense and there are plenty of ways to spend money on marketing, you might be wasting your money if you don’t know which ones are actually working.