Brokers are always keeping busy whether they are organizing an email outreach list, following up with clients, or hosting broker’s opens. That being said, brokers need to have a strong self-care routine and a healthy mindset to keep the market momentum going in their favor. Sounds easier said than done, right? That’s why BrokerWindow is here to provide some ways to help you maintain a healthy mindset. And guess what? It all begins with opportunities.
Starting up your real estate blog doesn’t have to feel like another application or tool to manage, but rather what it should feel like is an outlet in which you can further express your expertise and insight into the real estate market. Convinced yet? Read the five tips on how to get started with creating your real estate blog.
You’ve had a broker’s open and fortunately, you’ve collected a list of contacts from the event. What’s next? The last thing you want to do is lose the list. If collected on pen and paper, make sure to enter all the contacts into your online database. Once saved, the next step is to figure out your outreach strategy. If your contact has expressed interest in continuing the conversation through email, then you’re in luck. BrokerWindow has five tips for brokers on email marketing.
While a lot is currently in flux, there is one thing that remains consistent across all real estate businesses - everyone is online. Now, how you’re online is what may make you different. In How to Creatively Promote Broker’s Opens Online, we covered the available social media platforms in which brokers can use to livestream their virtual broker’s opens. What we’d like to hone in on more is, “What exactly does livestreaming mean?” and “What are the advantages and disadvantages to it?”
Summer 2020 will be here before we know it and the best way to get into the ”summer broker’s open mindset” is to start planning for the upcoming season. Whether you're hosting a broker’s open online or in-person, BrokerWindow has a couple of tips for you on how to make the property you're showcasing shine.
Communities can be formed based upon interests, professions, and more. If we hone in on a profession-based community, let’s as brokers and real estate agents look to those around us - coworkers and clients. How can we all unite and keep each other in good spirits?
Whether you're new to the digital way of business or not, what may be a good resource for you when hosting a virtual broker's open is a simple checklist. Before you prepare for your next broker's open, make sure to double check the BrokerWindow checklist.
LinkedIn is often referred to as the “professional platform” for a reason, as members typically use a professional tone and messaging in every content piece. BrokerWindow has advice on how to get your LinkedIn page as a real estate agent or broker noticed.
Right now more than ever, it’s time to call technology a friend. Technology is the engine that’s keeping connections and businesses going. It may be different to do real estate, which is often a business conducted in-person with meetings and broker’s opens, completely virtual. But alas, it doesn’t have to feel overwhelming. BrokerWindow is here to provide you with some creative ways to promote your broker’s opens online.
As tempting as it is to sit around working all day in sweats or PJs and snacking around the clock when working from home, it’s more important to maintain and create positive habits. Forming a routine can help break unhealthy habits and reinforce better ones. BrokerWindow has four ways that you can keep healthy and balanced while working from home.