Posts tagged New Agents
How To Pick a Real Estate Niche

Choosing a real estate niche can be one of the best things for your real estate business. But, how do you go about selecting a real estate niche or speciality? There are many options to choose from like geo-farming, demographic farming, property type specialties, and transaction type specialties like foreclosures or short sales. Choose the best real estate niche involves looking at the different types of specialities, analyzing the commercial intent, gauging your interest, committing, and moving forward without fear.

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How To Become a Regular

Becoming a regular at a bar, restaurant, coffee shop, park, gym, yoga studio, or shop can do wonders for your real estate business. Many new real estate agents seek out various lead generating methods, however, they can overlook the most important lead generating strategy of all: building relationships with those in your community. One way you can start building relationships is through becoming a regular at a spot in your community.

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Best Closing Gifts for Buyers and Sellers

Choosing a closing gift for a buyer or seller can be difficult in real estate. There is no real etiquette set out and it can be a challenge to determine if it should be a personalized gift or a systematized approach. Although it can take some time, selecting the right gift can be extremely important and can strengthen the bond between you and your client. Not to mention, it just feels good to give a nice closing gift to a client!

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What is the Real Estate 3-2-1 Habit

As a real estate agent, you need to have a plan when you first get into the office. You should be able to start the day in a similar way each day with strategies that set your mindset up for success. The Real Estate 3-2-1 is a simple exercise that you can do every morning when you first get into the office. It will take less than 5 minutes and will leave you feeling happier, more optimistic, healthier, and productive.

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New Real Estate Agent Elevator Pitch

A new real estate agent elevator pitch is a crucial step in building your real estate business. How you respond to the question, “what do you do” can have a lasting impact on the person you are having a conversation with or it can have little impact. Your elevator pitch is your quick response to someone asking you what you do for a living.

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New Real Estate Agent Networking Hacks

Networking is a key part of selling real estate. As a new real estate agent, you need to have the skills to successfully meet people at events and build relationships with them. Networking and events can make up a huge part of your business building process, but you need to know how to effectively networking with people and work a room.

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The ONE Key to Success as a New Real Estate Agent

In real estate there are a few very important things that will lead to a successful career. Often, we can over complicate the process and lose track of what is most important to our success. If you want to continue to grow your business over time, there is one thing that can almost guarantee your success. One trait that if you stick to it will put you in the top percentage of REALTORs before you know it.

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Tips For Staying Organized in Real Estate

Staying organized in real estate is very important but it can also be very challenging. When you are first getting started, there may not be the deal flow to keep track of but there is still a lot of learning, prospecting, and marketing to organize.

In this new real estate agent training podcast, you will learn a few quick tips to help you stay organized in real estate.

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New Real Estate Agent Objections and Scripts

Objections are part of being a real estate agent. Every successful REALTOR has scripts to handle common objections when dealing with sellers, buyers, and prospects. As a new real estate agent, you will have a particular set of objections to be prepared. In this post, you will learn how to handle new REALTOR objections in real estate. Plus you can download a PDF objection guide for new real estate agents.

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8 x 8 Real Estate Touch Ideas for REALTORs

In real estate, the 8x8 and 33 touch campaigns are used to stay in touch with people in your database. You can use these strategies together. The 8x8 campaign is used when you meet a new person who is entering your database or when someone in your database shows interest in selling or buying. The 33-touch campaign is used to stay in touch with your database throughout the year.

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Real Estate Buyer Questionnaire and Guide

As a real estate agent, working with buyers can be a rewarding and exciting process. Helping a buyer purchase a home can be one of the most enjoyable processes in real estate. However, it can also come with hurdles. With a real estate buyer questionnaire in hand, you can set yourself up for success during the buyer consultation interview and take many of the pain points out of the buying process. What are the best questions to ask a buyer when you are meeting them? Let’s find out!

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Newsjacking for Real Estate Agents

As a real estate agent, being featured in the news can be a huge competitive advantage. A news feature is free publicity and advertising for you, and it helps position you as a local expert. Some real estate agents spend years building relationships with journalist and news agencies to be their go-to source for local real estate stories. As a new or growing real estate agent, how can you break into the news without years of experience or strong relationships in the news industry?

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