How can you built contacts database when moving to a new state?

Asked by Bianca Bennett, Glendale, AZ Tue Apr 30, 2013

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Korene L. Cl…, Mortgage Broker Or Lender, Glendale, AZ
Wed May 1, 2013
Be professional and friendly all while utilizing your existing networking databases. Ask your friends, family, colleagues, and networking partners for introductions and assistance. Be proactive and do all you can to get started before you move and then keep it up.

I hope you have built contacts in LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Yelp, Pinterest, and your own existing database that should friends, family, colleagues, networking or referral partners, current and former clients. I try to pay it forward whenever I can tell me where you are moving and let me see what I can do to introduce you or assist you. You can call me if you wish and we will get started.

I am a Mortgage Banker in metro Phoenix, AZ. I lend in both Arizona and California where I will be pleased to help you. If you or someone you know is looking for financing options, please feel free to contact me or pass along my information. 623-340-0934 Korene Clopine-Seaman NMLS # 218520 We are Direct Lenders, WE CLOSE LOANS!
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Matthew Remus, , Phoenix, AZ
Wed May 1, 2013
Hi Bianca,

Go back to the basics. Host open houses. Start a mail marketing campaign and farm a neighborhood. Take full advantage of any hobbies, clubs, church, or other organizations that you are a part of. Join the local Chamber of Commerce and attend the weekly and monthly events. Wear a name tag everywhere you go. Make sure that everyone within 6 feet of you knows what you do. But in everything that you do (examples above) be sure to capture contact info. Good luck and please feel free to call me anytime!

Warm Regards,
Matthew Remus
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Dawn Richard…, Agent, Kansas City, MO
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Contact everyone you know to see if they know someone in the new city. Go to the local businesses exchange business cards attend networking events.
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