CRM Usage = Sustainable Broker Profitability   CRM usage is the foundation sustaining broker profitability according to a WAV Group released it’s 2019 CRM Effectiveness Study to 71,581 brokers nationwide.  The findings show that Client Relationship Management (CRM) solutions are becoming more the norm. Findings CRMs are becoming more the norm More than 66% of

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CRM for Real Estate is a pretty dry topic, but I’ll try to make this blog interesting.  It all starts with me going to an appointment at my Health Maintenance Organization (HMO). Yesterday I had an appointment with my audiologist.  While having a routine examination, it was determined that one of

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Before explaining how to generate Real Estate Leads for New Agents in Seven Easy steps, I, as a real estate agent, want to welcome as a new salesperson. Done correctly, you have begun a journey that will be rewarding both financially and emotionally.  It will change your life and the lives

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When I was an active real estate agent, I wouldn't say I liked marketing to expired listings. First of all in Boston, where I live, there were not very many expired listings. It was and still is, a hot market for real estate.  Second, the competition was significant. I remember knocking

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Marketing for Real Estate Agents is an essential skill.  Marketing is how real estate agents make a living.  They market themselves and their brand to potential clients and they market properties to potential buyers. If I could give you two steps to improving your marketing skills would you be interested? It

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Whether you’re new to real estate or you’ve been at it for a little while now, you’ve likely heard quite a bit about the importance of your “sphere,” “sphere of influence,” or “SOI.” Seasoned veterans have probably told you that marketing to your sphere of influence is integral to your business.

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As a real estate agent, the amount you should spend on marketing will depend entirely on your income and the resources you have at your disposal. Most agents suggest you spend about 10% of your commission income on marketing. But if you’re just getting started, that might not amount to

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