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We’ve talked before about how valuable Google+ is for real estate, but a huge part of getting started on any social media account is knowing who to follow. We’ve listed some of our favorite profiles you should circle on Google Plus so that you can start networking right away. Google+ is a great way to make connections in the industry and learn from other leading agents.

Note that this list is just the tip of the iceberg for the great content you can get from this social network. Many great profiles were already featured in our list of Twitter Accounts to Follow, so we thought we’d spread the love a bit for this round!

National Association of Realtors

The NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®, “The Voice for Real Estate,” is America’s largest trade association, representing 1.1 million members involved in all aspects of the residential and commercial real estate industries.

The official profile of the Realtor licensing board, this account keeps a steady flow of industry information to keep you in the know.

Lender 411

Connecting you to trusted pros.

This company is very active on Google+ and is eager to share content with everything you could need to know about the mortgage industry. It truly is the 4-1-1 on the industry.

Dustin W. Stout

Social Media, Creativity, Branding, and Design with just a dash of inspiration.

This professional blogger stays in the know on everything related to social media and SEO, but he’s particularly knowledgeable in how to leverage Google+. He is easily one of your best resources if you’re just getting started on the platform.

Barbara Bottitta

My Team and I take pride in providing our clients the very best in service, real estate expertise and Internet technology. Our experience and professionalism benefit you, our clients, with all your home purchasing and selling needs.

Barbara is an agent who always has the buyer in mind. She has a knack for finding helpful resources for all of your first timers.

Andrew Fortune

I enjoy discussions about real estate technology, SEO, website design, small business success, and raising a family as a business owner.

Andrew Fortune is really taking off on Google+ and one of the key authoritative voices in the realty industry. He’s a wiz at making infographics and developing original content. Anything he doesn’t write about himself, he’ll be sure to share with his legion of loyal followers.

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Lynn Pineda

Real Estate Promises Delivered.

You’ve seen her as a guest blogger for us before. For a consistent stream of her great, consumer-oriented content, Google+ is the best way to connect.

Bill Gassett

Top producing Realtor building lasting relationships through real estate.  

Another one of our favorite guest bloggers also happens to be an expert at all things social media!

Deborah Lamb

Naples FL Real Estate Full Services, as a buyer’s agent, listing agent, property manager, home watch services and subcontracting coordinator.

One of the nicest people you’ll come across in the networking circle that is Google+, Deborah is always eager to share industry insight just as much as she is to wish her followers a happy Friday!

HouseHunt + HouseHunt Agents

Change your business, change your life!

We strive to produce quality content ranging from breaking news to design tips to market reports, and everything in between. Our goal is to be your one stop shop for all things real estate when you’re online.

BONUS: A Few of Our Favorite Google+ Communities

Agent to Agent

Real Estate Agents Helping Real Estate Agents

This community group is designed to be a way for agents to share their most valuable resources with others in the industry.

Real Estate

The Official Google+ Real Estate Group

The best conversations about the field are likely to break out in this community group. Network with the brightest minds in real estate, all under the influence of moderator and guru Bill Gassett.

Community Real Estate

Together, We Stand Stronger

Perhaps the largest North American real estate community on Google+, this will prove a valuable tool for furthering your education on the ever-evolving housing market.

 

Which Google+ profiles did we miss? Who do you recommend we put in our circles?


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