Becoming an Influencer in Your Real Estate Market

Blog Contributor Sales & Marketing, Social Media 1 Comment

By Rebecca Donatelli

Let’s face it, real estate is an incredibly competitive business. Many markets are over-saturated with agents who are competing for the same clients, same listings, same commission checks. Plus, any time we experience a super “hot” market, a whole new surge of agents enter the industry—many of them hungry and willing to do whatever it takes for …

7 Reasons My First Instagram Influencer Event Was a Failure

Blog Contributor Sales & Marketing, Technology & Social Media 7 Comments

By Joy Bender

I’ve found Instagram marketing for real estate to be an important part of my marketing strategy. This past June, I organized my first San Diego luxury real estate Instagram influencer event to launch a new $7.75 million listing.

This article is the second of a two-part blog series on Instagram marketing for real estate. Part one, Instagram …

Caveat Emptor: Lessons Learned from Tax Season

Blog Contributor Advertising & Prospecting, Sales & Marketing Leave a Comment

By Samantha Jones Every year, Uncle Sam comes calling like clockwork in the spring. In the midst of our crazy spring market no less, and then comes the sticker shock. The inevitable cringing at how much I spent to run my business last year. At the end of the day, we are small business owners after all. It does take …

Quiz: Is Your Follow-Up Broken?

Blog Contributor consumers, Working with Clients Leave a Comment

By Lee Davenport

Have you ever heard the saying, “If it’s not broke, don’t fix it”? Yet, have you noticed that you don’t know what you don’t know?

Perhaps a method or strategy (or lack there of) is broken, yet because we don’t know it, we leave things as they are.

Using the poll option in Instagram Stories (which …

It Takes More Than Irish Luck to Close a Real Estate Deal

Blog Contributor Sales & Marketing, Working with Clients Leave a Comment

By Samantha Jones

Four-leaf clovers. The Blarney Stone. Horseshoes. Lucky rabbit’s feet. The recent St. Patrick’s Day holiday has me thinking about the luck of the Irish and good luck charms.

But luck isn’t necessarily going to help you close a deal.

In real estate, you’re bound to hit your fair share of hurdles. Obstacles and objections pop up along …

Key Tips to Give Your Website Curb Appeal

Blog Contributor Consumer, Technology & Social Media, website Leave a Comment

By Anita Clark

There are few things real estate agents understand better than curb appeal. It is one of the major factors motivating people to go into a house predisposed to buy. Curb appeal is one of the top factors that can shield a property from low-ball offers, and it’s one of the factors that help close the deal.

As …

Dominating Social Media for Your Real Estate Business

Blog Contributor Consumer, Sales & Marketing, Social Media, Technology & Social Media 1 Comment

By Rebecca Donatelli It’s no secret that social media dominates today’s technology-based society, and has become a crucial part of everyday life for most. The rapid spread of news, celebrity gossip, and the genuine interest in other people’s lives has made social media the prime go-to resource to stay up-to-date. The world we live in today is a digital one, …

ypn default feature image

A Hack to Help Your Marketing Grab More Attention

Blog Contributor Consumer, Outreach, Sales & Marketing, Technology & Social Media Leave a Comment

By Lee Davenport

Have ever wished there was a genie who could help you craft the perfect subject line to get more people to open your emails? Or come up with that eye-grabbing copy so your mailers don’t end up directly in the trash? How about some help writing  social media posts that your followers will actually read? Then you …

ypn default feature image

Go for ‘Unbroke’ in 2018

Blog Contributor Consumer, Sales & Marketing Leave a Comment

By Lee Davenport

I love a good challenge that helps me work smarter in my business. How about you? Well, as the New Year approaches, I’m challenging you to go beyond “going for broke” and “go for unbroke.” No more feast or famine. Stop involuntary income roller coaster rides. Make 2018 your best year yet!

If you are a veteran …

How House Flipping Can Catapult Your Real Estate Business

Blog Contributor Advertising & Prospecting, Commercial & Investment Real Estate, Consumer, Establishing Your Business, Outreach Leave a Comment

By James Vasquez

I successfully flip houses full-time; but I didn’t become a real estate professional seven years ago to start flipping houses. One of the main reasons I became a flipper early on in my career is because it gave me a huge leg up on my competitors. Also, like many young, aspiring real estate entrepreneurs, I struggled to …