how do realtors prospect?

Asked by Jhalby1, 80130 Sat Nov 28, 2009

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Debra (Debbi…, Agent, Livingston, NJ
Sat Nov 28, 2009
They hang around Trulia, and answer a lot of questions! :)

If that fails.....talk to everyone you come in contact with on a daily basis! I don't mean you should be annoying, constantly soliciting people...... but I DO mean you should be friendly, say hello, and let them know (in a subtle way) that you're in the business (my first listing was with the cashier at the grocery store - just by being frieindly and engaging in conversation)........if that doesn't work..then come out, and ask for their business!.........in addition....make sure to stay in touch with past clients. Get out there and be active in clubs or organizations that interest you.......

Good luck!
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Kourtney Swi…, Agent, Denver, CO
Fri Apr 4, 2014
Remind your family and friends you are in the business and ask for referrals! Good Luck!
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Bob Costello, Agent, Highlands Ranch, CO
Mon Sep 17, 2012
It's all about the networking - and there are many different avenues, from online to offline.
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Shelley Brya…, Agent, Englewood, CO
Mon Jun 4, 2012
Prospecting and marketing over and over. The wider your sphere you can build the wider the brand.
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Suz A, Agent, Longmont, CO
Fri Feb 24, 2012
They build their brand over a period of years. They network. And then they network some more. And before they quit for the day, they networks some more. Eventually, the local community and many people from out of state come to you to ask questions about real estate. If that conversation goes well (and many times it does), those prospects eventually become clients.

Best,
Suz
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Funny writing a reply to myself. Maybe someone else will read this, too.

I like mailers. They have been more successful.
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David and M…, Agent, Littleton, CO
Mon Feb 20, 2012
You need to see their work. If they have listings, How many? If the listings they show on their website is theirs or someone else's. You need to get a realtor that has experience BUYING AND SELLING HOUSES not cooking pyes. If you want to buy good, get the expertise.

Thanks

http://www.primeonerealty.com
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Voices Member, , Benton County, OR
Wed Dec 9, 2009
Jhalby1

Maybe this will help...Prospecting FSBOs.....http://www.realtor.org/toolkits/fsbo01

NARs Best Strategies for Prospecting...http://www.realtor.org/toolkits/prospectingtoolkit

NARs Field Guide to Farming And Prospecting
(Updated October 2009....http://www.realtor.org/library/library/fg204

Using CMA's to prospect....http://activerain.com/blogsview/1360346/cma-s-for-leads

Spamming seems to be used a lot also, check out ActiveRain sometimes Realtors spam each other over there...it must work????? and the Agents there seem to enjoy and appreciate being Spammed, give it a try ; )

That helpful guy, Dunes
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Leah Thomas, , Denver, CO
Wed Dec 9, 2009
Debbie is right. Just letting people know you are in real estate can start up conversations with anyone you come in contact with. We used to joke that you can't be successful if you are a "secret agent".
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Brian Burke, Agent, Highlands Ranch, CO
Sun Nov 29, 2009
That other answer is good. Are you selling or getting started?
Just keep on doing something to touch people.
Brian
http://www.kennarealestate.com
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