Leads are everything in real estate. They’re the key to your future sales, future prospects, and the longevity of your career. You’ve gone through leads lists and spreadsheets, trying to find anything that might translate into a good sale. But have you dug deep enough?
Whether you’re a real estate agent, insurance broker, mortgage lender, or home improvement contractor, Haines Criss+Cross Plus Real Estate V4i gives you the tools you need to build your business.
Now we have two new features to help you find leads, convert customers, and plan your future marketing campaigns.
For the first time in history, there are three generations to market to in the consumer lending landscape - and they all use different media for shopping and buying.
2017 is shaping up to be a busy one for writing mortgages. But it’s also an amazing year for inbound marketing and blog posts. That’s why I’d like to take a moment and show you why blogging can be an amazing asset for your mortgage business.
As a mortgage professional, you know how important it is to find new groups of leads. What if there was a game-changing group of leads who were already looking for your expertise?
As a mortgage broker, you know how important it is to have new leads. Can you honestly say that you always have access to the kind of high-quality leads that can grow your business? If you're like most mortgage brokers, it's feast or famine - but finding the right source of stable leads can change all that.
When a customer is interested in what you have to offer, it’s easier to close a sale. That’s why salespeople spend a lot of time and energy trying to find good leads.
Good leads can give a sales team better results for less work. But how do you find the kind of leads that will translate to a solid sale?
We’ve already covered why you should interview lost customers. But did you know that interviewing happy customers is equally important? Polling your current customer base tells you what you're doing right, helps you make improvements, and makes your customers feel appreciated.
When it comes to reaching out to prospective clients, HVAC contractors tend to target older customers and established families – groups that are more likely to own a home and have disposable income.
Postcards can be beneficial to your marketing strategy. They tell your customers about upcoming deals, announce future promotions, and create brand awareness. Postcard marketing is one of the best strategies for increasing profitability and encouraging return customers.