6 Easy Ways to Stay in Touch with Clients
I’m sure one of the first things you started doing after – or maybe even before – getting your Real Estate license was collecting contacts. Building a database of leads and clients is usually high on a Realtor’s to-do list. But after you’ve collected leads and helped clients sell or purchase property, what then?
Most people don’t purchase just one property throughout their lifetime. According to HomeInsight, the typical homeowner sells his home every five to seven years and the average individual will move 11.7 times during his or her lifetime. You can see why it is important to stay in touch with clients well after closing day.
4 Steps to a Better Real Estate Blog
You’re constantly being pulled in all directions, especially if you are a Realtor®, team leader or broker. Even when our days filled to the brim, we still make time for what’s important to us.
With a vast amount of real estate leads evaluating you online long before you meet face to face, presenting yourself accurately online has become a priority for many. As a Realtor®, acquiring online leads and website traffic can happen in a variety of ways.