Surveys are a treasure trove of information. Often times, they’re just simple fun. Other times, they’re great for gathering data and getting input from clients. With surveys, you can request feedback after closing on a property, or find out what is important to your clients as they search for a home.
Ask the question, “What is the number one way a real estate agent gets business?” and you will always hear: referrals or friends and family. This is a fundamental truth of being a realtor. In 2015, 40% of all real estate agents were found through referrals according to the 2015 Home Buyer and Seller Generational Trends report.
Gone are the days of people lamenting the influx of snail mail. As email has risen to the dominant form of communication, people long for the days of the hand-written note. Few forms of communication show how much you care about someone more than a handwritten card or letter.
In most industries, it is cheaper to retain an existing client than it is to earn the business of a new one. In the real estate industry, this can be a bit more challenging. When years can span before your client decides to move again (if they decide to move at all), retaining clients becomes […]