Grab something to write with, and start making a list of people who may be solid candidates for your personal sphere-of-influence list.
Your contact list can include: FREE GUIDE: Leveraging Changes in the Real Estate Industry. When you’re thinking about how to get real estate clients, keep in mind that your online sphere of influence is more important than ever these days. You probably have a much larger audience of prospects in your free social media networking groups than you do around town.
As a newly licensed real estate agent, the most important thing you need to figure out is how to get real estate clients.
To help you out, we have a few ideas for building your online and offline spheres of influence.
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So consider the most affordable, or free, marketing strategies when you’re first starting out.
How will you create your most powerful and profitable sphere-of-influence contact list as the basis for your new real estate career?
Mary Mc Intosh, GRI, AHWD, is associate broker at Pro Smart Realty in Gilbert, Ariz., and has been selling real estate since 2002.
Ever wonder why meeting new clients is so easy for some practitioners, but so difficult for others?
The follow-up game You met a buyer at an open house and got their email address and phone number. Similar to dating, it is on you to initiate the first form of post-meet communication with your potential client.