There are a lot of reasons to love spring open houses. There’s an excitement in the air that just can’t quite be matched in any … Continue reading
Four tips for spring open houses
What’s on the back of your real estate business card?
“Blank Space” is much more than just a popular Taylor Swift song. It’s also a hotly contested concept when it comes to real estate business … Continue reading
3 quick tips for increasing your listing visibility with social media
Using social media to build your real estate business can feel overwhelming when you’re first getting started, but there are a lot of advantages to … Continue reading
How to get the most out of an open house
The absolute number one rule of getting new leads from an open house is: You must follow up. Which of course means that rule zero … Continue reading
Should you include your specialties on your Century 21 business card?
MRP. RSPS. SRES. ALC. CRS. You may be able to make sense of that alphabet soup, but can your prospects? And more importantly – does … Continue reading
9 simple tips for getting your first clients as a real estate agent
Choose a broker: All real estate agents need to start out by working with a real estate broker. Choosing the right broker for you is … Continue reading
New Year, New Networks
For many real estate professionals, networking is one of the best ways to get new business. Developing relationships with mortgage lenders, contractors, and other real … Continue reading
Should your Coldwell Banker business card lead a digital double life?
There are a huge number of apps and tools on the market that make the claim to be better than the humble business card. But … Continue reading
Are business cards going the way of the dodo?
It’s a thought we’ve all had at one time or another. “Do business cards even work anymore? Does anyone really use them?” Handing out a … Continue reading
Should My Real Estate Business Card Have a Dark Background?
There is absolutely no problem with selecting a dark (or bright) background for your real estate business card — as long as you keep the … Continue reading