What we think about millennials may no longer be the truth. You may or may not know this, but people under 30 now make up the majority of homebuyers. Are Millennials really the risk-averse, mobile and rent-centric people we thought they were? Turns out they aren't.
Great content promotion will allow you to get in front of more people, generate leads and ultimately get listings. Creating your real estate content is half the battle. The war isn't won until you promote it and generate an audience.
I know you've probably seen a million and one lists of the best books you just HAVE to read. Most of those lists just rehash the same information you've seen before. I did not want to do that with this list. No hype. Just real good books for building a great real estate career.
There's a fine line between quality and the terrible real estate photos you see on the promotional material of an agent or brokerage with exactly $0 marketing budget. We took the time to scour the internet to not only find the best photo resources but narrow down each sites' strengths.
I made this list so you could get an idea of what is currently popular in Real Estate. I do not recommend that you directly copy these ideas. However, try spinning the articles into something uniquely yours. You can bet that your odds for creating viral content will dramatically increase.
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