11 Ways to Grow Your Real Estate Business
There’s a point where even the most successful real estate agent can feel stuck. You’ve built a thriving business through hard work, grit and well-deserved referrals. You dedicate 7 days a week to your clients, pushing yourself to be everywhere at once…to do everything at once.
Yet despite your best efforts, you just can’t seem to break through to the next level. You’re trapped reacting to the urgent needs of the prospects in front of you today, with little time left to make sure your pipeline stays full tomorrow and into the future.
You’re not growing. You’re grinding.
If you want to grow, you need an effective, repeatable lead generation strategy that goes beyond referrals. Here are 11 ideas to help get you started…
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6 Ways to Create an Amazing Real Estate Website
According to a recent joint study by Google and the National Association of Realtors, 90% of home buyers use the Internet to help find a home. In fact, real estate related Google searches have grown 253% over the past 4 years. And buyers don’t typically stop at the first website they find. In fact, they perform an average of 11 searches prior to taking action on any real estate site. That means that if they don’t find what they’re looking for on your website, they’ll move on to someone else’s.
If you’ve been thinking about updating your website, you may feel a bit overwhelmed by your options. What should it look like? Which features are most important? How can I best use it to attract new clients?
To help you make sense of your options, I’ve compiled a few real-world examples from some of the most successful real estate agents and teams in the country. While each of these superstar agents’ websites is unique, they share certain common features that make them valuable lead generation tools. Understanding these key components and why they matter will help you make smarter decisions for your own business and choose the right website provider for your goals and budget.