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Real Estate Dialogue – How to Protect Your Commission

If you’ve been in the real estate or lending business for more than – say, a couple of weeks – chances are you’ve been asked you to cut your commission or lower your fees. Master these Magic Words and you’ll never have to cut your commission again.

Choosing the Right Real Estate Agent For Your Needs

Finding the right realtor to sell your home can be daunting. Tips to find the best realtor for your needs.

Call Capture For Your Real Estate Business Growth

The real estate industry has been, and will always be, one of the most competitive in the nation. With the recent rise and fall of home prices, combined with a mortgage market unlike anything seen in the last thirty years, staying current as well as flexible is a must for success. One tool that many real estate agents now use to help ensure they do not miss a potential sale is call capture technology.

Realtors – Are You Prospecting When You Should Be Farming?

Real estate agents who limit their activity to prospecting are missing a golden opportunity to create lasting relationships with past, present, and future clients. Here’s the difference between prospecting and farming, and why all marketers should do both.

Marketing Real Estate Now That the Tax Credit Giveaway is Over

Real estate agents whose sales spiked because of the Federal Tax credits should not stop marketing to first time buyers. Sales may slow down for a few months, but life goes on and there will always be people who are, for the first time, ready to own a home. Show them these reasons why now is the best time to buy.

How to Set Up Your Real Estate Social Networking Plan

Jumping into the real estate social networking scene is like jumping into the middle of the ocean without GPS or a compass. Without a map, you won’t know which way to start paddling and no way to control how to get there.

3 Internet Marketing Must Haves For Real Estate Agents

It is a known fact that to be successful today a realtor must have a prominent online presence. Want to know how you can develop the most effective strategy for real estate marketing?

Realtor Marketing Tools – Collect a Flood of Free Client Referrals Every Month

What’s the primary idea that pops in your head when somebody talks to you about a referral letter marketing idea for Realtors? You probably suppose I’m talking about getting testimonials from your past clients to use in your marketing, correct?

Looking For Where the Short Sale Cheese Moved?

Agents need to “Know what they don’t KNOW” if they intend on getting their slice of this phantom pie referred to as a Short Sale or Pre-foreclosure Sale. The word on the street is that Short Sale transactions will be taking over the marketplace and representing over 60% of the closed transaction comps in every county across the nation.

Online Marketing For Realtors – Farm Smarter, Not Harder!

You’ve spent hours delivering door hangers, flyers, and other “widgets” to the front porches of hundreds of people in your farming area. There must be a way to leverage all of this work and make it more effective! Here’s an online marketing strategy for Realtors that can enable you to improve your results and your competition probably hasn’t even heard of it… yet.

What is the Right Real Estate Closing Gift?

Spending many years as a real estate agent in PA, I know how hard it can be to find the right closing gift for that special client. Over the years, I have eliminated some due to various reasons and found the one that got me the results that I wanted… Referrals!

Outdoor Billboards – Valuable Assets For Businesses, Land Owners and Billboard Operators

Contrary to popular belief, one way of improving real estate property value is placing a billboard advertisement on-site when legally permitted to do so. From a business perspective, billboards are an excellent advertising medium during both good and poor economic times. From a real estate investor’s perspective, billboards are an asset to property since current zoning laws in numerous cities across the United States limit or restrict construction of billboards.

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