Many real estate agents want to keep their pool of potential customers as wide as possible. But specializing your business to a particular demographic or property type is not only a great way to stand out among your competitors but it also helps to define your identity as a real estate agent and create a ‘brand’, so to speak. Specializing isn’t necessary and many real estate agents lead successful careers for decades without focusing on a particular niche. But if you’re interested in exploring this career tactic, here are a few things to consider.
Archive: November 2016 3 articles
Clients that have a positive experience with their real estate agent often say how easy it was to talk to them. They may rave about how their agent quickly figured out their needs and found them the home of their dreams. But having a satisfied client requires a high degree of communication. High satisfaction rates lead to more referrals and more sales. Here are a few ways to improve the lines of communication between agent and client.
It's worth listening to the whole keynote from Elon Musk, but feel free to skip to 7:20 where Elon shows off some "before and after" photos. The solar roof looks amazing!