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Enjoy our tips and ideas on how to create a successful referrals-based business using a real estate CRM. Keeping in touch, building relationships, generating new leads, and staying organized and in control - we cover it all, and more! The blog posts are written by myself and other members of the IXACT Contact team.



The 2013 California Home Buyer Survey just came out and the data is interesting! The one thing that stood out to us is that the top three reasons clients were dissatisfied with their agent all revolved around communication. And one of the key benefits of using a real estate CRM is that it helps ...
Instead of our usual blog post, today we’re sharing a video from Dirk Zeller, renowned real estate trainer and founder of Real Estate Champions. Take your day from good to great by asking yourself four key questions Dirk discusses in the video. Remember that an easy to use real estate contact man...
As a busy REALTOR®, staying organized, proactive, and on top of everything, all the time, can be a challenge. Perhaps you have contact information all over the place and/ or find yourself missing important commitments. With a real estate contact management software, staying organized is easy, ev...
We hope that you’re using your real estate CRM to send out informative real estate marketing emails to your clients and prospects. And if you are, it’s likely that a lot of these people use Gmail. Many professionals, including those in real estate sales, aren’t yet aware that Gmail has made some...
Today’s blog post is written by Brandon Stuerke, a top business coach and marketing strategist. It originally appeared in RISMedia. A lot of what Brandon mentions as reasons why professionals are losing leads can be solved with a great real estate contact management software like IXACT Contact. A...
Keeping in touch is so vital to getting referrals and repeat business from past clients. REALTORS®  often know this but still put all their time and energy on client acquisition (getting new clients) and very little time into client retention (retaining past clients so they’ll use your services ...
Can you relate to the following scenario? Someone contacts you about buying or selling a home. You’ve added them to your real estate contact management system and believe that they’re a good lead as you’ve had many phone calls and email chats with them over several weeks. But eventually, time go...
Today’s blog post is a re-blog from Sam DeBord, Managing Broker with Coldwell Banker Danforth in Seattle, Washington. It originally appeared in InmanNext. We like the post because Sam illustrates the impact technology can have on your real estate sales business. If you commit to investing just 1...
We recommend that you group the contacts in your real estate contact management software. Many of our customers have A, B, and C lists for their clients and prospects. We’ll explain which contacts in your real estate database should be categorized in your A-List group. There are some clients who ...

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