Do real estate agents need to blog?

Real Estate BloggingThink of a blog as your own personal take on the field of real estate. You’re on the front lines every day, interacting with clients and following the market, and a blog is a valuable place to do a brain dump to share your insights with your growing network.

To answer the question, “do real estate agents need to blog?” is yes! Blogging is a powerful marketing tactic for real estate professionals to maintain a solid web presence by discussing industry trends, tips for new homeowners and general resources that new and existing clients may find helpful.

Top benefits of blogging

Blogs help drive traffic to your website

Today, one of the most valuable forms of digital currency is website visitors. Clients who know your name can easily type it into a Google search and find your website, but those are clients you likely already have or have been referred to you. With 92% of home buyers using the internet during their journey to buy a home, it’s well worth it to invest in driving new visitors to your website. Launching a blog on your website doesn’t have to be difficult or time consuming as many website solutions include built-in blog functionality, including IXACT Contact’s Agent Websites.

Blogging is one of the best ways to drive your organic search engine rankings and lead traffic to your website. When you publish a blog post, it becomes one more indexed page on your website. Studies show that the more indexed pages you have, the more leads you will gain. Essentially, new blog posts are an indicator to search engines that your website is active and you have relevant content that users might be interested in.

Blogs convert traffic into leads

So you’ve started a blog and new visitors are coming to your website, but how do you convert visitors into leads? Blogging is one of the best ways to motivate your audience to take action.

In every post you write, you need to guide visitors what to do next. This “next step” is called a call to action. Your call to action should grab attention, be appealing and entice your visitors to take the next step. Some strong examples of real estate calls to action are:

  • What is your home worth? Find out!
  • Be the first to learn about off-market listings. Sign-up for our newsletter now.
  • Learn more about the neighborhood you’re looking in.
  • Your next home is just a click away. Contact a Realtor today!
  • Take our new home buyers quiz.
  • Download our latest market report.

Capturing leads through compelling content will help you automatically add new contacts to your real estate CRM, like IXACT Contact, where you can assign them to a relevant email campaigns for follow up.

Blogs establish authority

Blogs are the ultimate online relationship builder. When you deliver content that is relevant, valuable and personal, you create an engaging online experience for your visitors, which often translates into valuable business relationships. It’s all about giving your real estate clients what they want. Valuable content will not only bring visitors back to your blog, but also increases the chances your posts will be shared.

The best real estate blogs answer the top of mind questions their clients have. Consider writing blog posts on topics like:

  • What does a real estate agent do?
  • How much do I need for a down payment?
  • Why do I need mortgage pre-approval?
  • When is the best time to sell my home?
  • How do I prepare my home for sale?

Imagine one of your clients isn’t sure about a part of the home buying process. Sending them a link to a blog post that answers their questions and addresses their concerns can make a big impact. Credible content builds trust and expertise – two qualities your clients are looking for in a real estate agent. Not only do these qualities build your client base, but reputable news sources can take notice and ask you to provide a quote or guest blog post – which are free publicity for you!

5 tips to get started with real estate blogging

Use emotion and storytelling

“Emotion and storytelling have been part of how we communicate with each other and inspire action for thousands of years.” Be yourself and be interesting. Allow your passion to come through your written word to inspire an emotional response from your readers.

Stay true

The whole point of starting your blog is to put your unique spin on the real estate industry and putting out that content into the digital sphere. While feedback from peers and colleagues about on your blog content is important, don’t let it sway your voice or style – it’s the most crucial aspect of blogging.

Showcase what you know

Don’t hold back on showcasing the encyclopedia of insights you’ve accumulated over the years – it will be what differentiates you from your competition.

Remain consistent

There is nothing worse than starting to follow a blog that you really relate to and find that they only post once every three months. Plan a schedule of topics with target dates for each month – and stick to it.

Keep it digestible

In the digital age of dwindling attention spans, nobody has time to read a complete dissertation. Aim for the 1-2 minute reading mark so your audience can properly digest everything you’re producing.

 

Posted on March 9, 2017

Do You Need a Real Estate Website?

WebsitesMainImageAs a real estate professional, you know searching for real estate-related information on the Internet has become an important part of the home buying process. Whether it’s to find an agent, view listings or educate themselves about real estate, home buyers are exploring online content more frequently to find what they need. According to the 2014 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers, as shared by the National Association of REALTORS®:

  • 92% of home buyers used the internet at some point during the home buying process.
  • 50% used a mobile website or app during the home buying process.
  • 43% of home buyers chose to look at homes online as the first step in the home buying process.
  • 12% of home buyers looked online first to learn more about the home buying process.

Having a real estate agent website makes it possible to supply these potential clients with information they are searching for and establish a connection in doing so; however, if that is not enough, here are four specific reasons why all agents should have a personal real estate website:

1. Agent Websites Are a Resource for First-Time Buyers

As previously stated, 12 percent of home buyers start their journeys with an online search to learn about the overall home buying process. A personal agentwebsite is a great channel to attract and educate potential clients who are new to real estate. Specifically, agentsshould try to include a blog on their site. A blog is an ideal platform for sharing helpful content, and it can also help you generate top of mind awareness with your website visitors.

For example, first-time home buyers might conduct searches based on the following questions:

  • What are the benefits of buying as opposed to renting?
  • Why should I consider using a real estate agent?
  • What costs do I need to consider when buying a home?
  • What are some considerations to keep in mind when shopping for a home loan?
  • Which type of mortgage makes the most sense for me?

Providing thoughtful answers and advice in these areas can help establish your credibility, which is crucial to building relationships with potential home buyers. While those who are in education-mode may not be prepared to commit to a agentor a property just yet, your shared expertise will help keep you ‘top of mind’ with potential clients, once they are ready to move forward in the home buying process.

Your IXACT Contact agent website comes pre-loaded with 16 pages of professionally written content.  The included material is valuable to all your website visitors, including first-time- home buyers.

2. Agent Websites Help Leverage Local Searches

One major advantage of the Internet in relation to real estate is that it allows home buyers to quickly and easily seek out agents and/or properties by location. Having a personalized website enables you to optimize for any local searches home buyers choose to conduct. For example, a person looking to buy a home in Orlando, Florida might opt to narrow down their results by doing a search for “real estate agents in Orlando” instead of just “real estate agent”.

By making sure your website content includes the city and state in which you work, you will be better able to attract clients looking to purchase a home in your area.

3. Agent Websites Help Establish Your Personal Brand

While it is important to share your industry expertise, it is equally as important to share your personality, or, personal brand. This is a great way to differentiate yourself from competing real estate professionals and connect with prospective clients on a deeper level. For example, home buyers with children are likely to relate to agents who have families of their own. Individuals looking to downsize may gravitate toward agents who express their passion for working with “empty-nesters.”

A real estate website offers a great platform for sharing who you are, what you value, and anything else that makes you unique or relatable. Develop an “About” section to display:

  • Personal information you would like prospects to know.
  • How many years of experience you have in real estate.
  • What your core values are.
  • What makes you passionate about real estate.
  • Who your ideal home buyers are (i.e. first-timers, families, singles, empty-nesters).
  • A photo of yourself.

In addition to the above information, you can also post testimonials from past clients to help verify your reputation, as well as links to your social media channels.

Your IXACT Contact agent website can be customized to match your personal brand.  Choose from attractive templates and color themes, add your logo and headshot, and your website will be an accurate portrayal of you!

4. Agent Websites Can Support Automatic Lead Capture

In addition to attracting prospects, a real estate agent website is ideal for efficiently capturing high-quality leads. This is made possible by incorporating online contact forms for buyers or even sellers who come to your site and are interested in learning more about your services. Each time a form is completed, you will receive an email notification so that no lead goes unnoticed.

Capturing leads through an integrated website also enables you to automatically add new contacts to your real estate CRM, like IXACT Contact, or assign them to a relevant email nurturing campaign.

Takeaway Points:

From connecting with first-time home buyers, to showing off your personality, to CRM and email marketing integration, it is clear that having a personalized agent website holds many advantages. In fact, not having one is likely to put you at a great disadvantage as you run the risk of losing business to competitors who have an established digital presence.

By having your personal website you will:

  • Provide important resources for home-buyers  that will make them more likely to trust you and work with you.
  • Be able to better optimize searches and improve your SEO rankings.
  • Establish your personal brand.
  • Effectively capture digital leads.

Learn more about the benefits of having a website and learn how to easily set up a customized, mobile-friendly agent website. Start your FREE 60-Day free trial of IXACT Contact now.

Posted on March 2, 2017

Best Real Estate Time Saving Tips

UntitledTime management is a great skill to have but mastering it isn’t always so easy, especially when you’re running a busy real estate sales business. Below are five great tips to put some time back into your day and make you a more productive agent.

Time Saving Tips for Real Estate Agents

1. Make use of drip marketing plans. Use your real estate contact management system and assign your contacts to a pre-designed drip marketing campaign. This helps you automate some of your marketing because emails will automatically be sent at various time intervals on your behalf. In addition to using drip marketing plans to keep in touch with prospects and clients, you can use your real estate contact management software to send out a professionally designed and written e-Newsletter. This saves you time because you don’t have to design an e-Newsletter, write articles for it, and send it out every month.

2. Start your day off with a plan. Ask yourself, “What is it that I want to accomplish today?” Set daily, monthly, and yearly goals and carve out a plan of action for achieving them.

3. Make a schedule and set reminders. Schedule your phone calls, your client appreciation nights, your time off, and your meetings. Use your real estate contact management system to set reminders (and send you email reminders) so you don’t have to rely on your memory.

4. Use a calendar and task list. A calendar and task list make a big difference when it comes to being organized and saving time so start using them! Each morning, take a look at your calendar and task list and see what appointments and tasks are lined up. You may want to print your task list out and check off each item on the list as it’s completed.

5. Prioritize. Once you know what needs to be accomplished, you need to do one more thing before you dive into the work: prioritize. Some tasks may be larger than others and take more time to complete. Similarly, there will be tasks that are more urgent in that there is a deadline associated with them. Take these things into consideration before you start working. If you have 10 small tasks that will take you four hours to complete and two big ones that will take you weeks, you may want to get the small ones out of the way first. And of course, those urgent activities should get priority.

We hope that these tips will prove useful in helping you better manage and organize your time. Remember that the right technology tools, such as a real estate contact management system, are vital to all of the tips discussed in this article.

Posted on February 28, 2017

Real Estate Email Marketing Mistakes You Can’t Afford to Make

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Email marketing is more powerful than ever before. It builds relationships, nurtures leads, keeps you in touch, and offers value to your contacts. While other marketing endeavors can be pricey, email marketing is the most cost effective marketing a real estate agent can put in place.

In fact, for every $1 spent, email marketing generates $38 in ROI (Campaign Monitor). That’s a lot of bang for your marketing buck!

If you aren’t utilizing real estate email marketing for your business, or not carrying it out effectively, you could be missing out on hot leads, repeat business, and ultimately – commissions.

Here are the top real estate email marketing mistakes that could be costing you a profit, and how to avoid making them.

Mistake 1: You’re pressuring yourself to write strong emails on your own.

Some Realtors assume that setting up email marketing is a daunting and time consuming task. They think it means drafting multiple email campaigns, tirelessly proofreading, and sending them out individually. While there are real estate agents who have a flair for writing, it isn’t necessarily everyone’s strength. The idea of writing real estate email campaigns doesn’t appeal to some agents and can prevent them from getting started, or has them using less-than-ideal email messages.

The good news is you don’t have to rely on your own words to be an effective email marketer! Make use of drip marketing plans included with your real estate CRM. Use your real estate contact management system and assign your contacts to a pre-designed drip marketing campaign. This helps you automate your email marketing because emails will be sent at various time intervals on your behalf. In addition to using drip marketing plans to keep in touch with prospects and clients, you can use your real estate contact management software to send out a professionally designed and written e-Newsletter. This saves you time because you don’t have to design an e-Newsletter, write articles for it, and send it out every month.

The email campaigns included with IXACT Contact are written by professional real estate marketing experts, so you don’t have to write a word (unless you want to). For Realtors who would like to edit the email content, it’s easy to make changes to individual emails or campaigns. Don’t let writing hold back your email marketing. Use professionally written content that consistently performs well and will generate the response you want.

Mistake 2: You aren’t emailing your leads quickly enough.

Time is of the essence when it comes to your real estate leads. If a real estate lead fills in a form on your website, how quickly are you able to get in touch with them?

Over 88% of real estate prospects expect a response from a Realtor within an hour (RETechnology). This is a difficult expectation to meet considering you may be on the road, doing a listing presentation, or even sleeping.

Waiting too long to get in touch with a lead means it’s more likely that you’ll lose that lead. Don’t make the mistake of missing out on quality leads because of a time lag.

To increase the success of your real estate email marketing, close the gap between lead inquiry and response. It’s easier than you may think! With automated lead capture, your new leads can be automatically added to your real estate CRM, and assigned to a nurture campaign where they will immediately receive email messages from you. All of this without you manually entering the lead and typing an email!

When your emails are received promptly, they have a better chance of turning your lead into a real estate client. Use automated lead capture to increase the success of your email messages, while lightening your workload, thanks to automation.

Mistake 3: You don’t know who is reading your emails.

Perhaps you’re a Realtor who is already sending good emails and monthly e-newsletters, but you still aren’t seeing the level of success from your email marketing that you desire.

Knowledge is power. When you can see how your real estate email marketing campaigns are performing, you can better understand the types of emails your contacts respond to and which they don’t. Then you can use this information to optimize your email marketing strategy going forward.

Email Campaign Reporting is a powerful feature from IXACT Contact CRM to help you understand more about your campaigns. You’ll see what’s working and what isn’t so you can hone your campaigns over time for maximum effectiveness.

With this reporting feature, you’ll gain insight into total and unique email opens, clicks, bounce-backs and more! These statistics can let you look at your email strategy as a whole, allowing you to see not only how many people are opening your communications, but interacting with them as well.

Armed with this insight, you’ll understand which email messages and subject lines perform the best, and when is the optimal time to send emails to your contact list.

When you see exactly who clicked on the call to action link in your email, you’ll be able to identify your potential hot leads, and reach out to them to connect.

Understanding which email messages are performing well and who is responding to your emails gives you a level of insight that can revolutionize your real estate marketing.

Doing real estate email marketing right.

You don’t have to be an email marketing guru to avoid these mistakes, all you need is the right tools in place to provide you with quality email content, automatically capture leads, and show you who your message is resonating with.

IXACT Contact comes pre-loaded with email content to help you get in touch and nurture your leads effectively and promptly. Start your 60 Days free trial now to make sure you’re not making these common real estate email marketing mistakes!

Top 7 Real Estate Marketing Must-Haves

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One thing that I love about real estate agents is the unique way each of them have come into the business. Some agents are fresh out of college, others are embarking on a second career after years in another field.

In spite of our varied experience, something that many real estate professionals have in common is that they don’t necessarily have a marketing background. Luckily, that’s ok!

I often hear real estate agents asking about how to get started with marketing, or simply feeling overwhelmed by the vague idea of “real estate marketing”.

While marketing is a vast subject, there are several key things you can implement as an agent that will boost your business. Let’s explore the top 7 marketing must-have’s for real estate professionals. And guess what? Setting these pieces up is easier than you think!

  1. A mobile friendly real estate website

In our increasingly digital world, it’s no surprise that a good website is a cornerstone of your real estate marketing. Many agents are satisfied with a generic page on their broker’s website, but this simply doesn’t cut it!

When leads are searching for a real estate agent online, they’re faced with a lot of options. Take this opportunity to stand out from the crowd and secure more quality leads!

More and more people are using their phones and tablets to perform online searches, so if your website doesn’t load perfectly on their devices, you’re creating a roadblock.

Make a mobile friendly agent website a priority. Prospects will see you as credible, active, accessible and current.

Even better, when you choose a website with automated lead capture, like IXACT Contact’s solution, your leads will automatically be added into your CRM so you can begin nurturing them straight away!

  1. A real estate blog

Content marketing has been the buzz of the marketing world for a few years now, and there’s a good reason why!

While it can be easy to tune out billboards, and ads online or in newspapers, content marketing offers prospects something of value by way of educational material. It offers you a more creative way to communicate with your leads, establish yourself as a thought leader, and gain a following.

One of the best methods of content marketing is through a blog. Lucky for us, real estate offers a never ending source of topics that home owners, buyers, and sellers are interested in reading.

Many people find the idea of blogging intimidating, or fear that it’s too time consuming. Fortunately with a good solution, blogging can require little to no work on your part!

IXACT Contact’s websites come with a built-in real estate blog that is updated bi-monthly on your behalf. You can choose to supplement the automated posts with your own content, or just let the blog posts populate as they are.

Once your blog post is published, remember to post links to it on your social media channels so that your friends, prospects, and past clients can read and share your posts as well. This will broaden your reach and possible lead to even more leads.

  1. A monthly eNewsletter

Aside from catching new prospect’s attention, real estate marketing is necessary for ensuring that your past clients don’t forget your name. You want to keep in touch regularly to secure as much referral and repeat business as possible!

Similar to a real estate blog, some agents like the idea of a monthly eNewsletter, but fear they don’t have the time or resources to put it together each month. That’s where IXACT Contact comes in!

Each month, IXACT Contact uploads a professionally written and designed eNewsletter to real estate agent’s accounts. The newsletter is branded with your own header (photo and contact information) and you can even customize the introduction if you wish. This eNewsletter will be sent to your contacts on the day and time of your choice, again reminding your contacts of who you are, how to get in touch with you, and offering them value through the informative articles.

  1. Automated drip email campaigns

According to a marketing study by McKinsey & Company, email is 3 times more likely to result in lead conversion than social media. Unlike other online marketing methods, email allows a direct-to-client conversation that is easily personalized and customized.

Best of all, you can utilize this highly effective marketing practice without manually typing out each message, thanks to automated drip email campaigns. You’ll be able to keep in touch with all your contacts in a way that feels personalized and unique to them, without taking time away from your busy real estate business.

If you’re not using real estate drip campaigns yet, start by choosing real estate contact management software that has the campaigns pre-loaded into your account, like IXACT Contact. You should also be able to create your own custom plans and customize the pre-loaded ones. Keep in mind that the drip campaigns can be composed of emails, letters, to-do’s or a combination of all three.

Since different leads have unique situations, drip email campaigns suit your different types of contacts. You can choose from campaigns like a four month high touch buyer prospecting plan, a two year seller prospecting plan, a six month after purchase nurturing plan, and more! Choose the email campaign that suits your prospect and they’ll be receiving relevant and timely emails from you automatically!

  1. A consistent look and feel

In a sea of competitors, you want to stand out as the real estate agent in your city or town. An important part of that is by building awareness for your brand.

If you’ve spent time thinking about your personal brand as a real estate agent, it’s likely that you have particular colors, headshots, logos and images that you want people to associate with you. In an industry where being recognizable is key, it’s a good idea to use recognizable branding across your different marketing pieces.

Did you know your real estate CRM can help keep your brand consistent? When you create your IXACT Contact website with a beautiful, customized header, you can also add that header to your marketing emails. This way, your emails are sent out looking customized and consistent with your brand.

  1. A list of trusted professionals

You might be wondering how a list of recommended professionals contributes to your real estate marketing, but it does!

I think we’d all agree that for long term success, one of the most important things you need to do is to add value to your client relationships over time. If you’ve positioned yourself as the expert in all things home-ownership related, your leads or past clients may reach out to you for recommendations of local business or vendors.

Maintaining a list of reputable professionals you can recommend to past clients is a powerful way to offer ongoing value, and establish yourself as a resource for your contacts. You’ll have leads reaching out to you, rather than you always contacting them! How’s that for marketing success?

IXACT Contact’s Business Directory helps you market yourself as the expert on home-related services. You can easily search and filter your Business Directory and pull up the name of a reputable professional for a client in a matter of seconds. Your clients will appreciate you sending them to quality vendors, and the vendors will certainly appreciate you sending them business!

  1. Insight into your marketing performance

Part of the fun of marketing is trying new things and seeing them succeed (by bringing you more clients and more commissions)! Are you aware of what marketing practices are working for you, and which ones aren’t?

With IXACT Contact’s email campaign reporting you’ll gain insight into exactly who is opening and clicking on your emails. Armed with this information, you can reach out to hot leads and connect with them at the right time.

Campaign reporting makes it possible for you to split test subject lines to see which one results in more email opens. Your understanding of your recipients will increase when you learn which emails resonate with them.

Takeaways

The amazing thing is that these 7 real estate marketing must-have’s utilize automation, freeing up more of your time to make connections, set up meetings, and sell more homes.

If you’re missing any of these 7 marketing must-have’s, now is the perfect time to implement them.

Start your 60 Days FREE trial of IXACT Contact today and your mobile friendly agent website with blog, eNewsletter, email marketing, business directory and campaign reporting can be up and running in a day!

Posted on December 27, 2016 by Candace Green

The 5 Real Estate Apps Every Agent Should Be Using

Let me guess… you’re addicted to your phone. Real estate agents are always on the go, making their mobile devices crucial to the way they run their business.

While you probably have your go-to apps for helping you get through the day, I want to introduce you to a few of my most favorite real estate apps that can make your life as a busy agent a little bit easier.

Try out these 5 real estate apps and see if they can help you accomplish more tasks in a shorter amount of time:

waze1) Waze

Real estate agents spend a lot of time in their car travelling to meetings, presentations and open houses. While there are plenty of apps to give you directions, Waze goes a step further.

By using community-based information from users, you’ll get real time traffic and roas information, saving you precious time and mileage.

Waze will give you road alerts, route recommendations, and even the cheapest gas prices in the area. It’s a terrific example of community content benefitting the common good, and might save you from being late for an important meeting!

Download Waze in the App Store or on Google Play.

EmergenSee2) EmergenSee

Safety is on everyone’s mind these days and with the right tools, both you and your loved ones can feel more secure about your traveling to meetings with real estate leads and clients.

EmergenSee is discreet and easy to use. With the simple touch on the app, your selected contacts can immediately see your location and be notified if you’re in a potentially dangerous situation.

The app uses your phone’s GPS to send alerts to your chosen contacts, requiring minimal input on your part. It’s peace of mind in a phone app, and it’s terrific for real estate professionals. Download EmergenSee in the App Store or on Google Play.

vert3) Vert

As a real estate professional, you likely work with a lot of different metrics, like size, weight, volume, and length. Vert is a conversion tool that works for anything and everything.

Vert supports over 800 units, along with 168 currencies. You can favorite your most common choices to make them easily available.

What’s great about Vert is it’s super quick speed, and the face that it works even when you’re offline. I have a feeling this is an app that will be useful for both your real estate business, and your personal life too, like converting currencies and measurements for cooking!

Download Vert in the App Store.

Localeur4) Localeur

Have you established yourself as a knowledgeable and savvy part of your local community? Are you hip to all the best restaurants, shopping, and community events in your area?

With Localeur, you’ll amaze your prospects and clients with your inside scoop on all the best places to meet for lunch, grab a coffee, or do some shopping. The app takes information from local connoisseurs who share recommendations on their favorite locations in cities all across America.

This app will help you choose the best spots for your client meetings, along with equipping you with recommendations that show your prospects you’re “in the know”. Download Localeur in the App Store or on Google Play.

IXACT5) IXACT Contact Real Estate CRM

As a real estate agent it’s important for you to be constantly connected. No matter where you are, you want to be in control of your business and on top of your tasks.

That’s why it’s crucial for you to have access to your real estate CRM through your mobile device! With IXACT Contact’s real estate CRM app it’s easy to get organized and keep in touch with your prospects and past clients – from anywhere, using any device!

With IXACT Contact’s Mobile Real Estate App you can:

  • Keep in touch by tapping to make a call, or to send a text or email.
  • Get better organized with the ‘Next Steps’ function that automatically prompts you to make a note, task or appointment after you complete a phone call, email, or text message.
  • Manage your communications by assigning contacts to drip marketing campaigns and your Monthly e-Newsletter.

Start your 60 days free trial today and start using IXACT Contact’s real estate CRM app. If you’re already using IXACT Contact, you can download the mobile app in the App Store or on Google Play.

Posted on December 13, 2016 by Candace Green

[INFORGRAPHIC] Selling Real Estate in the Winter

For many of us, the spring and summer months are so busy we hardly have time to catch our breath. Then when holiday season arrives suddenly the calendar opens up, meetings are sparse and the phone quiets down. How do you stay busy and continue generating real estate leads through the winter months? Is there really prospects buying homes in the winter?

The holiday season is actually one of the best times of year to generate leads and it can be a lucrative time for home buyers to find their dream home. According to research from NAR, some prospects choose to house hunt in the winter months in hopes of avoiding competition from other buyers.

Check out this infographic for more information on why selling real estate in the winter can be lucrative, and tips on how to do it:

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Looking for some tools to help you keep track of your leads, buyers and sellers? IXACT Contact is an integrated CRM, Email Marketing, and Website solution designed specifically for real estate agents. IXACT Contact provides you with all the tools you need to manage your keep in touch communications, your listings and active buyers, and your online presence with a single, easy to use platform at a single low price. Start your 60 Days FREE trial now!

Posted on December 29, 2016