‘How I’m Responding to My Clients’ FAQs’

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By Matt Clements

No doubt, we’re operating under new conditions, helping clients buy, sell, and rent property during the COVID-19 pandemic. Some of the common questions you’re getting from customers and prospects might be the same as always, while others might be unique to today’s world. In the spirit collaboration, here’s how I’m answering the questions I frequently receive.

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Digital Marketing in the Time of Coronavirus

Blog Contributor Technology & Social Media, Working with Clients 2 Comments

By Tina Kocak-Hodapp, Adwerx

People might be shutting their doors, but they’re opening their apps.

These are uncertain times, to say the least. Local and federal legislatures are responding daily to the spread of the coronavirus, and we’ve seen companies adjust their activity or close altogether. This is all causing a major shift in the workforce. Most business owners are …

5 Things I Learned Working From Home During COVID-19

Blog Contributor Being a REALTOR®, Business Challenges, Working with Clients 1 Comment

By Jef Conn

I’m in week six of working from home in an effort to flatten the curve and limit interactions with our agents. It’s been a tough choice, but a necessary one that many real estate professionals across the country understand.

During the past few weeks, I’ve worked hard to continue my business. Through this, I’ve learned five important …

Keeping Business Afloat During a Pandemic

Blog Contributor Business Challenges, Working with Clients 4 Comments

By Samantha Jones

My, how times change. In the span of a few weeks, our entire world and industry has been turned upside down. The Earth keeps spinning while the normalcy of our lives is indefinitely put on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We’re living in unprecedented times—social distancing, sheltering in place, and quarantines have become necessities.

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Sharing the Relief Every Homeowner in Your Database Needs

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By Lee Davenport

There may be someone in your database who has experienced a layoff due to the coronavirus pandemic. But you won’t know until you ask.

Right now, during these challenging times, it’s more important than ever for real estate professionals to make meaningful connections.

There are resources available for homeowners affected by the pandemic, which they should pursue …

Be a Little Selfish—This is Your Business, After All

Blog Contributor Business Challenges, Work/Life Balance, Working with Clients 9 Comments

By Jef Conn

Early last year, I got home from a long, trying day in the real estate trenches: showing properties, prospecting, having a couple deals fall out of contract. You know, the normal days we have that HGTV doesn’t show its viewers. I spent the entire day, no, that entire week, trying to please and do everything for everyone …

Life is Short, Drive a Car You Like

Blog Contributor Being a REALTOR®, Transportation, Working with Clients 2 Comments

By Erica Christoffer

The National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) released data back in 2011 that said members put an average of 3,300 miles on their cars annually from business-related driving. That number has likely risen in the past eight years. According to AAA, Americans are now in their cars 20 minutes longer each week than they were just four years …

3 Ways to Keep Building Client Relationships After the Sale

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By Chirag Shah

Can you remember what it was like when you bought your first home? Whether you’re moving out of your parents’ house for the first time, buying your first place when getting married, or purchasing a larger home for an expanding family, you are going through an extreme change. For most people, everything they’ve ever known and called …

A Communications Plan Helps Agents Deliver Value to Clients

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By Chirag Shah

Communication is not only the lifeline in any relationship: It’s what separates the average from the exceptional real estate salesperson. Delivering an outstanding client experience is as important as all the marketing you will do to sell a client’s property. As professionals in a service industry, we must strive to create a rewarding client experience as well as achieve the …

Drive Clients in Style with Modern Vehicles, Auto Deals

Blog Contributor Being a REALTOR®, Transportation, Working with Clients 1 Comment

By FCA US LLC (Fiat Chrysler Automobiles) Put in the simplest terms, the role of a real estate agent is to facilitate the sale of one property and the purchase of another on behalf of your clients. Of course the job is far more complex than that. You must often take on additional roles as client or situation dictates—advisor, advocate, …