real estate lead: There are 5 months until 2017, so let's get back to the basics. - 07/26/16 04:14 AM
We live in a digital age where information surrounds us.
The Internet has become our expert advice and where we go to find answers.
In our digital age, human interaction suffers.
You may have experienced the sad sight of a family at a restaurant, all eyes glued to their phones or tablets, or the unfortunate, common occurrence of kids outside on a beautiful summer day, heads down, staring at their smartphones.
Let's connect with people organically and genuinely. This is a people business. Or put more of yourself in your Facebook posts and your emails. Connect with people directly. Try texting. Be yourself. Experiment. Be the … (4 comments)

real estate lead: Use this NEW email text this weekend. (And tell us if it worked!) - 05/13/16 08:30 AM
Suggested Subject line: My job is to deliver what’s relevant to you 
It’s been a while since we touched base, how have you been?
Are you finding the neighborhood reports I’m sending you to be helpful?
Would you like to change the frequency at which you’re receiving them?
My job is to deliver what’s important and relevant to you on your own terms.
Instead of waiting for the next Open House, if you would like to schedule a viewing please feel free to reach out to me and I will do my best to gain access to all of the information and … (0 comments)

real estate lead: You do have control over one important thing - 02/25/16 03:36 AM
Top-of-Mind vs. Top-of-Heart. Less than one month until spring.
The busy season is very, very close. People are depending on you for information. 
By Tawd Frensley, PropertyMinder's VP of Marketing and Sales
The decision to sell a home can be broken down into 6 categories:
1) They bought their home as an investment and this is the epitome of a seller’s market.
2) They have outgrown their home because they brought children into the world. 
3) They can finally downsize now that their adult children have decided to move out
4) They have to relocate due to occupation change or retirement 
5) They are underwater. Hopefully, this is never … (0 comments)

real estate lead: Is an Internet lead better than a past client? The answer: Nope. - 12/17/15 03:01 AM
Generating leads vs. Losing less business.
(Another) holiday real estate marketing blog post by our VP of Marketing and Sales Tawd Frensley 
The question: Is an Internet lead better than a past client?
The answer: Nope.
Internet leads can be broken down by the following:
1) They are curious enough to enter their contact info
2) They are bored at work (or home)
3) They lost relationship with their real estate agent
4) Or the ever-common, the "Routine Tire Kicker"
We are not saying Internet leads are bad. In fact, they can be a wonderful supplement to your yearly transaction total. However, we put emphasis on the word "supplement".
Focusing … (10 comments)

real estate lead: Here's what you are missing... - 02/25/15 08:29 AM

real estate lead: PropertyMinder has been added as a CRM for Zillow Tech Connect. - 10/17/14 08:43 AM
Have you heard of Zillow Tech Connect? Zillow is now providing the ability for purchased leads to be automatically routed to the CRM of your choice.
We are announcing that we have been added as one of the CRMs for Zillow Tech Connect.
You can now connect your PropertyMinder CRM to Zillow, creating a more seamless experience which of course will save the agent's time.
As soon as Zillow sends out a lead, the agent receives the lead, via email. Once the lead is accepted, it will be automatically routed to the PropertyMinder CRM, with no no manual entry for the … (0 comments)

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