ShowingTime’s series on how real estate agents can benefit from social media continues today with a look at Twitter.
Today we’re continuing our social media spotlight with a deeper look at LinkedIn and the best practices to ensure real estate agents get the most out of it.
Here’s a batch of articles we found this past week that piqued our interest, including Quicken Loans’ quest to build an end-to-end homebuying process, why creating a real estate niche makes sense and a new widget that estimates renovation costs.
Associate broker Kevin Vitali embraces technology in his real estate business and was an early adopter of another real estate evolution – the third-party showing service.
What’s the best way to utilize Facebook as a real estate agent? Here are four areas to look at to make sure you’re getting the most out of your Facebook page:
The most valuable tool Hank Bailey uses as an Associate Broker at RE/MAX Legends in Buford, Georgia, is his phone. Among his most important apps? The ShowingTime mobile app.
Where do agents with active listings fit in on long holiday weekends? Much of it is dependent on your sellers.
Personalized questions provide the best feedback and can help shed light on where your listing stands compared to others. Here are six suggested feedback questions we think every listing agent should ask.