How do you let people know that you’re in real estate? That might be an easy question to answer, but trust me, there’s more to it than it looks. In this episode, we're sharing some tips and tricks on how you can smooth-sail your way into the real estate game. And if you’re a Realtor who wants to get ahead, listen to this!
Let's jump into today's episode and look at getting started for new agents.
[00:01 - 00:43] Opening Segment
Welcome back to Real Estate Bytes
- Today’s topic
- Tips for new and even veteran agents
[00:44 - 07:08] Getting Started for New Agents
How you brand yourself
- Authentic and genuine
- Do the things you know you actually like
Step 1 - Letting your family, friends, and community know
- Get out into the community
- Boards and associations
What you can find at All Things Real Estate
- Links below
Step 2 - Make sure you build relationships
- Stay in touch and don’t take no as the final answer
- CRM is your friend
Step 3 - Thanking people
- Follow up - examples
- Your First 365 Days in Real Estate
Step 4 - Social Media Marketing
- Pick the platforms you're active in
- Personal vs. business account
Step 5 - Your real estate community
- There will always be another agent on the other side
- Thank your agents!
- Word of mouth
[07:09 - 07:18] Closing Segment
- Go out there and be the best agent you can be!
- Final Words
"You want to make sure you’re being authentic, being who you are, and doing the things that work for YOU.” - Tracey Hicks
“Don’t be afraid to mix your business and your personal life because you never know who is gonna resonate with you.” - Tracey Hicks
You can connect with me, Tracey Hicks, on LinkedInand Facebook. Check out my website, https://allthingsrealestatestore.com, so you can stay up to date on our latest promos and sales as well as find any product you need to get your real estate life together! Feel free to email me at email@example.com, I’d love to hear from you.
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