Supported by RPR data, this real estate industry leader is helping decision makers understand the challenges and opportunities facing their changing communities, and how they can play a role in shaping its future.
There's somewhat of a science when using social media to generate new business. In all, follow the 80/20 rule. Here's how one one flexible, easy-to-use social media platform, combined with the nation’s only REALTOR-owned data and reporting platform, can help.
Today, consumers have access to more real estate data than any other time in history so it’s the Realtor®’s job to have the right data at the right time, and be able to both show and tell her way through a tour.
According to this Realtor®, an app only needs to do two things for her: "Prove that it’s going to help me make money and make my life easier. From there, we should be able to put our minds to using it.”
When Hernan Espiritu migrated from a career in the medical field to real estate, he knew he’d be up against some stiff competition. That meant establishing a name for himself by identifying and marketing his key strength: a willingness to learn new technologies.
"Belly-to-belly" are some of the wisest words ever spoken about real estate marketing to this New York broker who says one of her most successful strategies for earning new business is farming neighborhoods.