How To Get Clients In Real Estate for Beginners
If you’re a new real estate agent looking for a place to start building your own real estate business—you’ve come to the right place! I will teach you some simple concepts to implement today that I have used to eventually become a top 10 real estate agent in my state.
These real estate tactics will set you up to bring in new clients and close those deals. Real estate isn’t easy, but with these simple steps, you can get yourself going and ensure long-term success.
1. Tap your inner circle first like friends & family.
2. Position yourself as THE real estate person in the minds of others.
3. Leverage your mentors or team. You don’t have to do it alone.
4. Get reviews! Stay on top of your client relationships.
5. Use your strengths to stand out among the rest.
6. Be in control of your online presence and image.
7. Help other agents to expose yourself to new practices and people.
Associate Broker, CEO
I grew up in the Real Estate industry. I started by ripping up carpet for turnovers in middle school and have been moving up the ladder ever since.
Now I am ranked in Arizona’s top 10 brokers for real estate sales volume and total asset value sold. I am the go-to broker for large funds, Family Trusts, and select high net-worth individuals.
My newest Real Estate Equity Fund now brings my investors added value through our vertically integrated business model.
For years I’ve bought 30 houses a month cash at market rate. I buy and sell apartment complexes between Phoenix and Tucson. I reposition and rehab large apartment complexes in Arizona.
I helped grow the family property management company from 350 properties to over 1000. This was achieved by creating superior software and marrying that tech with generations of real estate experience.
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