In Part One of this series about real estate branding, we covered exactly what branding is, including how to make market differentiation and how to identify your key target customers.
In Part Two of our Real Estate Branding 101 series, we’ll dive into ways that you can successfully communicate your brand to your target customers.
It’d be great if all you ever had to do for work is show appealing properties and have your clients sign on the line. But one of the challenges of being a real estate agent or broker is generating seller leads.
Most real estate agents never think about the writing they feature on their website or social media. Which give you a great opportunity to stand out from the crowd if you do.
Words matter. It might feel like this is something we all hear all the time, but especially in the real estate industry, the words you put out into the world to describe yourself, the benefits of working with you and the properties you help pass from one owner to the next, this statement quickly takes on a whole new meaning.
Real estate branding is a challenging task for anyone to undertake. But in this Real Estate Branding 101 series, we’ll give you plenty of pointers and guidelines that can help you as you seek to refine your branding and keep your customers coming back for more.
Are you a newly licensed realtor ready to define yourself as a professional via an agent bio for the very first time?
Maybe you’ve been in the business on the administrative end for a white, but lack experience as an agent and are looking to change that.
Or maybe you’re a seasoned real estate veteran who’s looking to revamp your bio to help your brand stick out in a highly saturated, overcrowded market.
Does your Real Estate Business need more leads? Are you tired of seeing competitors dominating search results and Google Places within your market? Do you think Real Estate Local SEO is too complicated? If you answered yes on any of the above questions then keep reading, as this may be a life-changing event for your business.
Being Real Estate professional requires a lot of work, no doubt in that. You need to balance many things at the same time - emails, showings, marketing, outreach, meetings - the list goes on and on. Unfortunately, there are only 24 hours in a day and sometimes it’s very hard to fit all those tasks and errands.
There is no secret that Real Estate SEO Company can help you to achieve sustainable results in your organic traffic growth. The more traffic your website has, the more potential buyers or sellers will contact you. The more leads your website generates for you - the happier you are - it's literally simple as that!
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If you are a web developer - Broker One can help you with the rich IDX Api access. We pull data from MLS and purify it in the developer friendly way. Inquire about IDX Api and start developing today!
Pricing of IDX Website Plan from Real Geeks will cost you $2,388 annually or $199/mo. You will also need to pay one time $500 fee. Broker One will cost you $348 annualy or $29/mo and there is no other fees. Also Broker One offers free website changes, such as adding text, images and links.
The cheapest IDX Website Plan from Placester will cost you $1,188 annually or $99/mo. You will also need to pay one time $99 fee. Broker One will cost you $348 annualy or $29/mo and there is no other fees. Also Broker One offers free website changes, such as adding text, images and links.
Whether you are an Agent or Broker, I’m sure you have heard many times about the IDX Website. So why do you need one?
Simply put, IDX Website is a real estate website that could have regular pages, such as: home page, services, about, contact, etc. with one major key difference - it will have an implemented IDX feed page.
Congratulations! You’ve received your license and now are an official a Real Estate Agent or Broker. You created your company or maybe even got hired by one of the larger brokerages out there. So what’s next?
So much of the real estate industry relies on word-of-mouth conversations that happen locally: professionals talk to buyers and sellers about properties in the neighborhoods they work, they talk to each other about strategies that worked best for them, they talk to vendors like staging services and contractors about the pitfalls and upsides of getting a property ready for market and more. But it’s also highly important that real estate professionals at all levels stay up-to-date on current market trends happening beyond their regions and in the field at-large.