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Online Leads Follow Up [Infographic]

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A lot of people get frustrated with online leads because they don’t know how to properly follow up. Here’s how to capture Internet leads with proper conversion strategies.

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What Your Clients Think You Do / What You Really Do

By Edward Hurley

Being a real estate agent often lends itself to some pretty odd things in the eyes of your clients. So we’ve come up a group of real estate memes on what your clients think you do, what you think you do, and what you really do for all of the steps involved in selling a client’s home.

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Real Estate Marketing Automation Software

By Edward Hurley

Nowadays, everyone is searching for homes on the internet. Every real estate agent knows this and wants to get into contact with past, current, and future clients via the web. Agents are beginning to learn the fundamentals of online marketing within real estate. That’s why it’s crucial to understand the statistics and tools behind real estate marketing to ensure your audience is receiving accurate and personalized content to them. So here are some of the key statistics and information to help you understand how you can and should reach your clients by using marketing automation software.

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Perceptions of Real Estate Investment [Infographic]

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Your business is determined by how customers see the real estate industry. When the economy is good and people believe housing is a stable investment, your job is easy. When people’s faith in the realty market is shaken, your job gets a whole lot harder.

In light of this vicious reality, we have good news – Americans believe that real estate is the best possible investment for their money. This is the first time real estate has held the top spot for preferred investment since the burst of the housing bubble.

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5 Things You Should Know About a Neighborhood

By Douglas Labor

As a Realtor, you may very well know how numerous most potential buyers’ demands and concerns can be. Some individuals might insist on a property with south-facing views; others might demand that a home have not a single skylight or picture window. Some of these demands are so connected to their individuality and specific tastes that they can be difficult to predict or even satisfy.

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