What is a mastermind, and how can you use one to make the most progress with your business? In today’s special episode of The Real Estate Sales Podcast, Jimmy recorded a mastermind group (the National ReThink Council) with Berkshire Hathaway Home Services. In this episode, you can see what takeaways and growth opportunities come when a group of successful people discusses trending real estate topics and tactics.
Follow the mastermind members on social media:
- Kyle Oberlin, Canton, Ohio, Instagram: @kyleoberlin
- Duncan Foster, Jacksonville, FL, Instagram: @JaxRunsOnDuncan
- Sierra Reed, St. Louis, MO, Instagram: @sierraareed
- Curtis Mitchell, Scottsdale, AZ, Instagram: @curtmitchell
- Andrew Undem, Baltimore, MD, Instagram: @undem
- Molly Slagle, Huston, TX, Instagram: @mollysoldit
- Gharib Silivaney, Nashville, TN, Instagram: @g_nashville
- Heidi Harris, Raleigh, NC’, @homesweetheidi
Real estate success starts with a consistent and solid foundation of skills.
- Taking the proper photo and video content is imperative to showing potential buyers the house via social media.
- Communicate the real estate process with the client after showing the house. Set the expectation for what will happen in the future, breaking down the target timeline.
- Negotiation is just as crucial a skill in real estate as an organization – know how to advocate for yourself and your clients.
- Understand optimal pricing in the current real estate market, and be strategic about pricing to make the most money.
Essential tactics to generate listings:
- Frequent ‘just sold’ neighborhoods with circle prospecting, because people in the neighborhood of those areas are more likely to sell their own homes.
- Target sellers automatically through online and social media ads.
- Use cards or door hangers on a two-block radius around a for-sale home. Invite neighbors to drop by for a private viewing time, and have them sign in to receive beer, wine, or other gifts.
- Use your network and sphere of influence to advocate for you, especially when trying to enter a new neighborhood.
Mastering the follow-up after an open house:
- Someone who visits an open house likely went to several that day. Send a selfie video to make you more memorable.
- Block out two hours after the open house so you have time to answer questions, send messages, and ensure everyone who attended got the information they needed.
- Not everyone has the time to do a best practice. If you run low on time, consider using resources like SlyDial to help deliver the follow-up calls.
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