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Connect with Qualified Buyers Using Facebook Ads

The average American consumer spends roughly 40 minutes of her day liking, commenting, and scrolling through posts on Facebook. In between Internet memes and viral videos, how do you get her to pay attention to you? With over a dozen ad form...

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Adding Videos to Your Facebook Page

Do you want to harness the power of Facebook to your advantage? Allow clients see your properties and also showcase your business and your sales team? Well, try adding a video or two to your Facebook page – especially worthwhile conside...

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Keeping Your Connection with Past Clients

It’s always a great idea to keep in touch with former clients – doing so opens up possibilities for repeat business and referrals. However, if you don’t do it right, they may only see you as that annoying person who keeps bugging them on ...

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Gain a Bigger Audience on Social Media

Creating content for the ever-changing landscape of social media in hopes of gaining a bigger audience is no longer as simple as inserting eye-catching photos, writing a witty headline, or posting frequently. With sites such as Upworthy, Buzzfe...

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How to get your fans to share your content

One of the indicators that prove that your social media campaigns are effective is if your content is being shared. For real estate agents, this results in more leads and a higher chance of selling at a faster rate. After all, when it comes to ...

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Dodge These Real Estate Photo Mistakes

“A picture is worth a thousand words.” This statement rings especially true for real estate photographs. These pictures are the first things a potential home buyer sees when you post a listing on a real estate website – and aside from the...

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Questions agents should be asking Brokers

What commission rate will receive? Is my commission calculated after a franchise fee is deducted? Are agents in the office on different commission plans? Why? At what point do I receive 100% commission? Are there any bonuses given b...

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The Traditional Real Estate Brokerage is Obsolete

The Real Estate office was once the key to an agent’s success. Traditionally, a real estate salesperson joined a brokerage for its name recognition, office environment and the company marketing. Agents would go to the office to work and meet ...

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