Free Help for Real Estate Agents

January 2010

Reach Voice Mail Directly without Ringing Phone

Reach Voice Mail Directly without Ringing Phone

Have you ever wanted to simply leave a message on somebody’s voice mail (maybe a client’s) without risking that they might actually pick up the phone when you call?

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Tags: online tools · websites ·

A Free and Useful Tool for Agents

A Free and Useful Tool for Agents

Thanks to Terry Driscoll’s helpful tip, we’ve updated our “Craigslist Crash Course for Real Estate Agents” eBook and wanted to pass this tool along to the rest of you. It seems to be another powerful free tool for agents…

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Tags: lead generation · marketing · online tools · real estate website · websites ·

Prosperity and Positivity Feed One Another

Prosperity and Positivity Feed One Another

Isn’t it amazing we forget to compliment, encourage, and help one another? In too many offices, the unspoken rule is “silence is praise.” No news is good news. This is dead wrong.

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Tags: attitude · Scott's Thoughts ·

Turn Your Presentations into Youtube Videos

Turn Your Presentations into Youtube Videos

Check out this free program that converts PowerPoint presentations into video files. For those of you who like to bring a little multimedia flash to your listing presentations, this is a great way to produce an easy leave-behind for your prospects.

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Tags: online tools · video ·

Getting a Home Inspection Before Listing

Getting a Home Inspection Before Listing

Knowing what you’re in for when it comes to selling a house is always better than getting a nasty surprise down the line. In the event the seller finds repairs that need to be made, they can be done in a reasonable time frame. It’s also useful in situations where you suspect the buyer’s home inspection reflects wildly inflated estimates for repairs.

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Tags: agent advice · client management · home value ·

Set Aside Time to Focus

Set Aside Time to Focus

You may be missing out on a number of breakthrough opportunities by neglecting to set aside time to tackle difficult problems and thinking clearly about reaching your goals.

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Tags: Scott's Thoughts · self-improvement ·

The Meaning of “Service” in Real Estate

The Meaning of “Service” in Real Estate

What is service? The phrase “customer service” (or “client service”) has been tossed around so much, people barely even hear it. Customers will tell you: “Service? That’s not something to brag about, that’s the price of admission! I expect service.”

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Tags: Scott's Thoughts · self-improvement ·

Driving with Clients

Driving with Clients

Should I drive with my clients to properties, or have them meet me? It’s possible that your office has an official policy on this, so you should check first. However, if it’s up to you, you should take into account these seven questions:

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Tags: agent advice · prospects · Scott's Thoughts ·

Advice for New Real Estate Agents

Advice for New Real Estate Agents

A few weeks ago we asked: “What advice can you offer new agents who are entering one of the toughest markets in decades?” Here’s some guidance we received from real estate professionals who’ve been through a few ups and downs:

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Tags: agent advice · development · interview ·

Real Estate Self-Reliance

Real Estate Self-Reliance

As a real estate professional, you find yourself wearing a lot of hats. At one time or another, you’ve probably been a salesperson, photographer, sign installer, taxi driver, negotiator, code enforcer, event planner, market researcher, marketing consultant, creative director, handyman / handywoman, webmaster, copywriter, and data entry clerk.

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Tags: agent advice · attitude · Scott's Thoughts · self-improvement ·

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