Google's search results are your real estate profile Put yourself in a prospective client's shoes. No matter where they found you (from a referral, open house, online ad, property search, etc.),
When I first started in real estate a number of years (OK, decades) ago, having your own personal real estate brand wasn't as important as it is today. Now there
Your real estate bio is not your resume. It's your sales page! If someone is considering working with you, at some point they'll do a Google search for your name. They
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.
Do you love looking at houses? Most people do. There's something almost alive about houses that makes us want to engage with them. We say a house feels good or bad,
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