Real Estate Roundtable Presented By Home ASAP

Real Estate Roundtable Presented By Home ASAP

The pros behind the largest real estate agent directory on Facebook go inside the latest news and tactics affecting how real estate agents market themselves and their listings. We talk to real estate and marketing experts to learn the keys to success as a real estate agent in today's digital world.

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October 11, 2021 30 min

The historic sellers' market has made it a challenging time to be a real estate agent. In this episode, we speak with Boston agent, David Burd, about the current market trends and how he has been able to sell over two-million dollars in listings despite the inventory shortages. He also shares important information how micro trends within his own market are shaping his approach and how the effects are being felt coast to coast. 

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Digital ads can be a great way to reach new leads and get your name out there as a real estate agent, but how do you choose between Google and Facebook ads? In this episode, we continue our conversation with Google expert, Allia Lewandowski, and Facebook expert, Joel Klopfenstein. They share practical tips about the ad types available on each platform and how to get started with advertising. They also explain the best uses for each...

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Both Google and Facebook can be great ways for real estate agents to grow their business, but they have some important differences you should know about before you start marketing. Google expert, Allia Lewandowski, and Facebook expert, Joel Klopfenstein, join the Real Estate Roundtable to compare the platforms. Plus, they offer ways to start using both platforms for free.

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This week we continue our discussion with Page Create designers Quella Hendley, Mercedes Hendley, and Gabriel Blair-Castro about how to create a professional grade Facebook page. In this episode, they share more common mistakes that agents make when setting up a Facebook. The team also explains how to get the best quality images for your page. They also talk about the other aspects of optimizing your business page so that it is abl...

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Professional designers Quella Hendley, Mercedes Hendley, and Gabriel Blair-Castro create and remodel hundreds of Facebook pages for real estate agents each year. In this episode, they share their methods for creating a successful Facebook page. Along the way, they give their top tools for cover imagery and more. The team also identifies common mistakes that agents make when setting up a Facebook and how to avoid them.

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Ever wonder whether you're doing enough to market your real estate business on Facebook? You're not alone. In this episode, marketing experts Angela Stebbins and Kate Mrozinski from TurnKey Suite join the real estate round table to talk about the role Facebook marketing should play in a real estate agent's overall marketing strategy. They share some practical tips for what to do when first getting started with Facebook ...

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Pat Sherlock joins us to talk about the important qualities in successful partnerships between real estate agents and mortgage professionals. We also break the effects of the historic sellers' market on the closing process and creative solutions people are finding to deal with the new challenges. 

Show Notes: https://about.homeasap.com/podcast/productive-partnerships-between-agents-and-lenders/

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With restrictions on face-to-face contact, the mortgage industry has had to quickly pivot its processes. That leaves many real estate agents wondering what exactly has changed about closings and will these changes last beyond the Covid-19 lock down. We brought in the mortgage experts at CMG Financial (NMLS#1820) to find out.

Guests: Jason Eggen (NMLS# 199686), Teresa DeLue (NMLS# 1195060)

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Almost overnight, Zoom has become a household word for most Americans. As people look to minimize face-to-face contact, real estate agents who can carry on business through virtual meetings will have a clear edge.

In this episode, real estate veteran and marketing consultant Steve Linnin joins us to discuss how real estate agents can take advantage of virtual meetings. He shares his secrets for getting consumers to set up virtual m...

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Covid-19 has ushered in a new normal for real esate agents across the country. Traditionally, home buying has been characterized by face to face interactions, but that may be changing. Lockdowns have forced agents to try new tactics to keep homes open to the public while maintaining social distancing.

While the pandemic has slowed business for many, other agents have been busy as ever. We sat down with veteran agent Shawn Rogers to...

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Covid-19 has upended the housing market almost overnight. With the sudden change, many agents have been left wondering how to cope, but housing has weathered economic storms before. While this storm came hard and sudden, smart agents will adapt and thrive.

We recently sat down veteran real estate agent, Monique Carter, to learn how she is handling the Covid-19 crisis. Monique has been a real estate agent for 25 years in one of the ...

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