‘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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Use Social Media to Update an Old School Marketing Tool

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By Lee Davenport

The year 2020 has been a lot of things to a lot of people. But for real estate pros, this can and should be the year that your business explodes with the help of social media.

Don’t sleep on fact that social media has the power to connect you to people during this moment in time when …

Digital Marketing in the Time of Coronavirus

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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

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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 …

How to Keep Your Real Estate Business Secure While Working From Home

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By Amber Bachman

Real estate never stops. COVID-19 has slowed things down a bit, but it hasn’t stopped the housing market. Right now, millions of people all across the country are telecommuting while they shelter-in-place; real estate practitioners and their clients are no different. Now that the American workforce is getting comfortable with their work-from-home orders, it is crucial to …

Keeping Business Afloat During a Pandemic

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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 …

One Tool That May Save Listing Agents’ Business in the Age of COVID-19

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By Lee Davenport

Is your real estate sales business ready for the changes—whether short or long term—that coronavirus is bringing to the real estate industry?

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention is urging people to work from home if they can. But articles that discuss what life will be like working remotely don’t get to the heart of what …

11 Ways You Can Help During the Pandemic

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By Jef Conn

The world is on fire—at least that’s how it feels. Concern over the coronavirus (along with overwhelming, 24-hour media coverage) has resulted in long lines at grocery stores, empty shelves, and general feeling of “what’s next?” Here are 11 things you can start doing now to remain healthy, run your business, and help others.

1. Wash your …