Real Estate Marketing Ideas for Mailing

Searching for real estate marketing ideas and content for mailers to send to your past and potential clients? Here’s a list of themes and ideas that can have you consistently mailing to your farm, building your brand and generating leads. Sellers Notification of type of market – It’s a seller’s market so now’s the time….

8 Tips to Help You Break Through the Noise

The amount of noise in the marketplace has increased drastically. Consequently, marketing messages today must be razor sharp to cut through the noise and be compelling enough to immediately hook prospective customers. Here are eight characteristics of good messages that get results. Incorporating these attributes into your messaging will help you get heard, be remembered…

4 Great Additional Apps for Real Estate Agents

Recently we posted our Real Estate App Essentials and really narrowed it down to our top apps. Of course, there are more great apps for real estate and in this blog we will give you four great additional apps that will help your business!

Our 5 Favorite 2016 Wines and Cheeses for Open Houses

The best open houses are the ones that instantly makes the visitors feel comfortable and at home. Staging the home only brings it so far, but offering different types of wines and cheese will leave a lasting impression with your guests. We’ve put together our recommendations on different wines and cheeses that we absolutely love….

6 Ways to Generate More Leads with Our Home Estimate System

One of the most powerful tools Corefact offers to our real estate clients is the Home Estimate landing page. Our key code system technology along with the Home Estimate landing page can help you generate more seller leads.  We’ve put together examples of different ways you can leverage this great technology provided to you free…

6 Things You Should Do Once You Get Your Real Estate License

Look at you with your shiny new real estate license and ready to start selling homes left and right. Hold on, while the information you’ve learned for the  real estate exam might be useful, it is also very theoretical. Get yourself REALLY ready with these six things you should do once you get your real estate license. …

Periscope/Facebook Live/Snapchat for Real Estate

In order to stand out from your competition, you have to be on top of every trend and ‘big thing’. Many agents only use social media in one or two ways. The fact is, almost everyone is carrying a mobile phone with the capabilities of watching live videos from almost anywhere.  In this blog, we…

Get Better Results with Your Just Sold Campaign

Use Testimonials It is very easy to take a photograph with your clients when you’ve just sold their home. Take the picture in front of the property sign and add it to your postcard along with two lines of text showcasing why they loved your services. This is going to personalize the postcards and allow…

Millennials, Doctors and You

Millennials have specific ways they find a service professional, at least real estate agents and doctors. According to the just released 2016 NAR Home Buyer and Seller Generational Trends, 46 percent of millennial buyers used word-of-mouth referrals to select their agent — compared to just 32 percent of those 61 and older.

7 Unforgettable Closing Gifts

Pop the champagne! The exhausting weekends of open houses,  numerous negotiations, and lots of paperwork has finally led to this moment. The house is sold! Celebrate this memorable moment by giving your seller a little something more than just a ‘thank you’ card. Here are seven unforgettable gift ideas that will keep this milestone, and you, on…

‘Springify’ Your Open House

Say goodbye to winter and hello to spring! Spring is about freshness, bringing in new things, and letting the light in. If your upcoming open house is filled with cozy pillows and furry blankets that got the homeowners through the winter months, then follow these simple steps to let spring into the home.

The 2016 Real Estate Agent Survival Kit

In real estate, you’ll never get a second chance at a first impression. A good preparation is critical. Here are eight essentials every real estate agent should have in their survival kit.