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Marketing and Branding Tips for Realtors

As a Real Estate agent you will have a variety of audiences. Most agents usually will specialize in one. So begin your branding journey by digging in and determining who your audience is. Whomever it may be you should know the audience you’re targeting before you start marketing and branding.

Get Personal:

Real estate is an emotional career, this emotion should reflect into your marketing. You may be the logical agent for someone to choose, but for some that choice is made on emotion. “Let’s find your dream home together” is more effective than “I’ll help you find a house”. Your pictures and virtual tours should be warm and inviting and show a potential buyer how this could be their home to make memories in.

Create a catchy slogan and/or logo:

The logo does not have to be fancy, just something that people can use to relate back to you. The slogan should be catchy and relate to you and what you do as an agent. Stick to your brand and keep it consistent across all fronts. This will communicate to your clients who you are and what you do.

Exhibit your expertise:

Take the time to do your research. Know the area, know the current inventory, and never be afraid to ask for help or learn new things. Your knowledge should not only show in your marketing but will be the wow factor in your relationship with your client. Great relationships lead to great testimonials.

Have a marking plan:

Creating a marketing plan can be extremely helpful when trying to introduce your brand into the market. It should include social media, email marketing, direct mail, and a website with a personal domain. The “plan” part comes in by deciding when, where and how these items are released to possible clients. Don’t forget to include a budget. In order for the marketing plan to be a success, you must commit to it and follow it.

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