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Lead Generation

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Hunters and Trappers: Lead Generation Explained

When I am meeting with sellers and I explain why they will have the most activity in the first two weeks of their home hitting the market, I explain to them that it is like Hunters and Trappers. At first—when people decide they want to buy—they get pre-approved, then they go on the Hunt. After they have exhausted […]...

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How to Work with Potential Home Sellers

You know the feeling—your phone gets pinged with a referral, and you have every intention of getting back to them ASAP. But you’re in a meeting, or you’re driving, or you’re just about to walk into a meeting with a client and that potential referral ends up added to your database for follow up via “monthly newsletter.”  Well, this ty...

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Lab Coat Agents, Nick Baldwin, Tristan Ahumada, labcoatagents.com

— by Jason Walters

#LCAtechtalk: Top Sites for Lead Referrals

There are plenty of lead referral sites out there that you can use to get business. Unlike most of the big lead portals we are familiar with, these don’t charge you anything up front. You only pay a referral fee upon closing one of the leads that you accepted. Here are the top five that […]...

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  • Closing is the make-or-break moment in real estate. Unfortunately, the job doesn’t just entail helping a seller sell and a buyer buy.

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  • Being a real estate agent is a tough enough job on its own, yet dealing with wishy-washy clients can make the job even more difficult. As a real estate agent, you are held up to some degree of a moral compass. 
After all, people are coming to you to help them manage what, for many people, is a very critical time in their lives.

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  • Imagine that you are driving down an empty highway. At first, your right foot rests steadily on the gas pedal. But the longer you drive, the heavier your foot becomes.

Real estate requires a similar “get what you give” mentality.

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  • As long as people have needed a place to live, some type of transaction has occurred that involved the moving around of people from place to place. It begs to reason that there has always been some type of facilitator who assisted with this process. Read the full article!

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  • Too much of anything can be a bad thing (unless we’re talking about cookies, because clearly there is never a downside to a mouthful of deliciousness). As the ease and accessibility of the internet has given way to a flood of information, this notion has never been more true.

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  • Unlike other jobs, real estate agents have the ability to take their work on the go, which is both a blessing and a curse. By being constantly on the move, you need things to keep you going — both mentally and physically. You also need to make sure that everything you might need in a day’s work is always readily available to you, whether you’re at the office, in your home, or driving in your car to get to your next showing.
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