How many deals should your real estate newsletters generate?

Real estate agents like things to happen in a big way. We want a big income. We help people through the biggest transaction of their lives. We work big hours. We take big risks with our family’s fortunes. We spend big, too. In fact, it can seem like we’re spending ourselves right into a big……

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Best names for a real estate newsletter

Books are often judged by their titles, right? A good example is Think and Grow Rich. Sound easy and compelling. Just three little words, strung together into an idea so big that it made Napoleon Hill’s career. Can the same be said of a real estate newsletter? Do your clients care what you name your……

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What is a real estate newsletter?

I’ve noticed that not everyone sees the concept of “real estate newsletter” the same way, and that can cause some confusion. Some agents see real estate newsletters as hard-copy, old-fashioned printed newsletters. Others see them as email marketing content sent to a list of internet leads. Still others see them as email “blasts” of new……

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The Best Content for Real Estate Newsletters

Are you getting any business from sending newsletters? For some real estate agents and other small business owners, the answer is yes. They have real ROI (return on investment) proof to show. But for many others, the answer is no—or they’re not sure. Either they’re not getting any business, or they’re not measuring their results.……

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Quick Ways to Make Your Real Estate Newsletters Fun and Local

When we think of being hyper-local, we tend to think about adding real estate statistics, listings, or a local blog post. But there are other ways to create a “community-Realtor” (or contractor, lender, home inspector, etc.) effect, giving you and your business a familiar, sociable, and approachable feeling. 1. Use a “where in the community”……

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