community involvement: 5 Simple Ways to Become the Go-To Agent in Your Community - 11/27/18 06:39 AM
You know the community you serve like the back of your hand. You know the best schools, restaurants, community programs and more. But does your community know you as the go-to real estate agent? With the level of knowledge you have, they certainly should. Luckily, we’ve outlined 5 simple ways for you to make that happen.
1. Share News & InformationOne of the easiest ways to become the go-to real estate agent in your community is to become a valuable resource. Sharing exciting news or valuable tips and advice not only demonstrate your expertise, but keep people coming back to you. A … (2 comments)

community involvement: Making the Most of Your Community Involvement - 05/25/18 07:55 AM
As a great real estate agent, you know all the real estate trends of your community. You are an expert at all the market stats of your area. But are you using your knowledge of the community itself to help build your business? If not, learn how to start now.
1. Build a Local Business DirectoryWith the level of knowledge you have of your community, you definitely know which businesses to recommend to your clients. But have you actually made use of it? Being able to recommend everything from a reliable electrician to a wonderful catering service not only positions you as … (4 comments)

 
Rich Gaasenbeek, Real Estate CRM & Marketing Made Easy! (IXACT Contact Real Estate CRM) Rainmaker large

Rich Gaasenbeek

Real Estate CRM & Marketing Made Easy!

Toronto, ON

More about me…

IXACT Contact Real Estate CRM

Address: 137 Bentworth Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M6A 1P6

Office: 1-866-665-0018

Email Me

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.


Listings

Links

Archives

RSS 2.0 Feed for this blog