As a buyer’s representative, you know how critical it is to employ a creative and memorable marketing approach to generate quality leads, while clearly communicating your services and value based on your buyer’s needs and expectations. But what is the best way to strike this balance? Do open houses and postcard mailings still work? Can the same strategies work for different target markets? How are blogs and social media sites, such as Facebook and Instagram, used for marketing?
As a real estate professional, you know that lead generation is critical for growing your real estate business, but what lead generation strategies yield the greatest return? How will you know where to invest your time, efforts, and money?
You are about to embark on a journey where you’ll gain valuable real estate education that sharpens your skill and knowledge in the eyes of the homebuyer and gives you a practical set of tools to elevate your business.
Understand the importance of marketing
Know how to create and own a personal brand
Develop your plan
Learn marketing tools and tactics
Discover tracking and measuring marketing efforts
Converting clients and creating your marketing plan
This course qualifies as an elective course for the Accredited Buyer's Representative (ABR) designation offered by the Real Estate Buyer's Agent Council (REBAC).
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