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Respect Your Customer’s “Inbox”  

I sign up for a lot of email and newsletter lists online to see how other people market themselves.

I feel the most important takeaway I have learned from email marketing is to respect your customer’s inbox.   You might be wondering why I use the word “customer” in this context?  It’s appropriate because it was an exchange of value–I gave the person my email address with the expectation that I would receive emails which were of interest and helpful to me.  A fair trade.  We get bombarded everyday online by websites wanting our email address.  Remember this when you get an email address from a prospective customer.   Be responsible with your email marketing.

I’m writing this post this morning because last week I signed up to be on a person’s email list to have access to a training type video–I signed up on the evening of September 30.  Since then I have received 14 emails from this person trying to sell me one of his products.  Crazy!!  I have lost respect and admiration for him even though he is recognized as an expert in his field.

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So, You Wanna Be a Real Estate Agent… How Much Does it Cost to Go Into Real Estate? Part 2

Guest Post by Jennifer Allan-Hagedorn

 

I hope you were able to complete your assignment from last week to do an honest assessment of your financial situation.

Today I’m going to help you figure out how much it costs to get INTO real estate and to BE IN real estate on a monthly basis. Of course, any figures you see here are purely estimates and will vary widely depending on the state you live in and the office you eventually work in. And, I’m sure I’ve forgotten a few items in my list of expenses and perhaps included some that won’t apply to you. But I did my best ;-]

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  • Real Estate School: $500-$1200
  • Exam, Background Check: $100-$300
  • Activate Real Estate License: $80
  • Join the National Association of REALTORS + Local Board: $400 – $700 (annual fee)
  • Ethics Class: $40
  • “Initiation” Fee: $1,000 (many franchises don’t require this)
  • Initial business cards: $20-$40
  • Open House signs: $100+
  • For Sale signs: $100-$200
  • Lockboxes: $100-$300

Being IN Real Estate Monthly Expenses:

  • Desk Fee (If you aren’t on a split): $500 – $1700
  • MLS Fees: $30-$60
  • Miscellaneous office charges (advertising, copy/printing, voicemail, website): $50 – $400
  • Contact Management System: $35 – $90
  • Printing and postage: $100
  • Website: $50-$100

Of course, you’ll also need to factor in the cost of your gas, increased cost of car insurance (since you’ll be using your car for business), cell phone charges, health insurance if you aren’t covered elsewhere, wardrobe expenses, computer equipment and programs, home office expenses (increased utilities, etc.), and probably other stuff I haven’t thought of, but I hope this makes it clear that getting into and staying in real estate isn’t something to be taken lightly from a financial perspective.

But here’s some good news.

Contrary to what you might hear, you don’t have to spend a fortune marketing yourself in your early days – and it’s not necessary to purchase every gizmo-gadget and techno-toy available. In fact, the majority of effective marketing for new agents costs nothing or very little. If you enroll in the follow-up newsletter to this one, or in one of our rookie training programs, we’ll help you figure out where to spend your precious marketing dollars, but for now, the good news is that you don’t have to factor in a significant amount of money for self-promotion in your early days.

So, how do you feel about your financial readiness to enter a real estate career so far? Please feel free to share your thoughts!

Next time we’ll talk about a part-time versus full-time real estate career.

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Jennifer’s message to agents is that they should strive to be competent real estate advisers, rather than competent real estate prospectors. She urges agents to respect the intelligence of their clients, rather than attempt to insult that intelligence with aggressive closing techniques. She preaches that agents should appreciate the significant commissions paid by their clients, rather than complain that they, themselves, are not appreciated.

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A significant number of people ask me:

“How do I find a listing?”

I am going to offer some specific, real, anecdotal ways here.  First, I am going to give you some interesting (I think) personal facts and/or statistics with regard to my experience finding listings.  This is mostly from my experience only, having sold for about ten years since age 24:

  • I HAVE NEVER, in ten years, signed a listing directly from any contact on FACEBOOK, LINKEDIN, or other social media.
  • I have never signed a listing directly from a mailer to a FARM AREA.
  • I have never signed a listing from a lead from ZILLOW or TRULIA.
  • About 1-2 deals per year for me (almost a negligible amount), come from “FRIENDS;” people whom I regularly associate with.
  • In ten years, I have received 1 or fewer listing leads per year from vendors whom I use (Title and Escrow companies, Lenders, Inspectors, Contractors, Etc.).

This is not to say these marketing media do not work; they can and definitely do, for some people.  It is safe to say, however, that too many agents rely on the tools above to “hopefully” fill their pipelines.  It is also safe to say many agents spend way, way too much time with these illusory marketing tools (especially when practiced without intent and consistency).

Here are some (surprising?) ways I actually get listings:

1. DRIVING.  Yes, driving.  The statistically significant majority of sellers still hire someone they like and get along with.  These are interpersonal phenomena that require human contact.  When I am stumped for business, I go on slow drives, talk to people, engage them, and let them know I am looking for sellers.  Consider this: who knows about a listing first? Generally, the people who live around that person know for months, or years, in advance.  These people, neighbors, freely offer great market insider information.  Additionally, and importantly, people see my face in the places I want to sell.  I would say this tactic leads to 20% of my business.

2. LISTING BAD PROPERTIES.  This is a joke, kind of.  No property is a bad property, but, if a seller has a unique/tough situation, even having tried to sell, if you can list, market, and sell that property, you develop a perceived “expertise” for that category of sale.  This expertise is referred more than easy, conforming sales.  An example might be a piece of land with wetlands. It might be a little tougher to sell it, but, when you do, you have a specific competitive advantage over other agents for this type of parcel.  I would say this accounts for about 20% of my business.

3. SPECIFICITY.  Many people just ask for referrals.  I ask for specific referrals: “Jim, do you know anyone with a really bad fixer?  I need listings like that right now, they are selling easily in my market.”  Or: “Samantha, everyone seems to be calling me for lakefront property right now.  Can you please keep an eye out for lakefront for me?”

I haven’t seen a study published on why this might work, but, my hunch is a specific request is more personal, and, requires more thought from the person you are addressing.  As a result, I think it lodges in folks’ minds better than “Know anyone selling?”  This probably accounts for about 15% of my business.

4.  ANGER. I love this one. I look for people whom dislike agents, or, had a bad experience.  If they are upset, they really wanted to sell, but didn’t. I repeatedly call on people whom have shown angst for real estate practitioners, because I know they have energy for the process.  I would say after someone reacts with anger 3-5 times, they say (about 90% of the time, no kidding):  “You really are persistent, aren’t you?”  To which I reply:  “I knew you would come around!”

Ironically, once they come around to trusting you, they generally are the easiest customers to work for.  This is probably only about 5% of my business, but, it’s fun so I do it.

5.  SECONDARY QUESTIONING. If you are talking to someone about selling, and, they clearly aren’t going to be a customer, take advantage of the fact you have someone in person.  Ask them anything, anything, anything (!), about real estate in their locale with respect to real estate:  “Okay, it’s clear you love where you live and are going to stay here for a long time, what’s the other coolest house in your neighborhood?”  They may introduce you to that person, for another conversation.  The idea is to be continuously keeping real estate in the front of your, and their, minds. By doing this, you are cultivating a garden of leads.  This is probably about 10% of my business.

Listings do not grow on trees.

Unless, you plant forests.

Plant a listing forest by talking a little longer, asking a little more, and laughing a little harder.  This insignificant amount of extra energy has made all the difference for me, and many other tenured agents.

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