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— by Raymon Lacy

How to Increase Your Engagement Within Your Own Network

This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Agentology.  There’s no denying that social media has been a focal point for success within the residential real estate industry. We’ve discussed before the importance of building brand awareness within real estate, and given the fact that 90% of Americans go online to shop for property, it’s worth...

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  • Have you been getting a lot of those annoying robocalls lately? I know I have. Most of the time these days, I don’t even answer my phone unless I immediately recognize who’s calling me. According to lead-conversion expert Robby Trefethren, more and more Americans are doing the same.

Robby’s ISAs bring hundreds of cold leads to closing annually thanks to his system for sending prospects scheduled texts. To hear how, listen to episode 778 of the Real Estate Rockstars podcast.

For a rundown on Robby’s system and details on why he thinks texting is the future of prospecting, read on. 📱 👉🏼Click on our bio to read more! 👩‍💻😊👨‍💻
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  • When buyers want you to show them homes, one of the first thing they are going to ask you about (if they aren’t already familiar) is the neighborhood. As an agent, location can be used to your advantage when it comes to selling a home. But, if the location is less-than-desirable, it can make it very difficult to make a listing seem appealing, no matter how quickly a neighborhood may be on the come up. 
So, how can you answer your client honestly about the state of the neighborhoods they are looking in, without losing them altogether? 👉🏼Click on our bio to read more! 👩‍💻😊👨‍💻