THE BIG SECRET TO GETTING ONE LISTING A WEEK
Updated: Mar 8
What if I told you there was a powerful tool that almost no other agent uses, that gets you 1 listing a week?
You'd probably think I was crazy, but it's true! Many agents focus on things like online marketing or making content, but there is one proven trick that works time and time again.
In a real estate market as hectic as this one, finding a new client can feel like moving mountains. You've probably tried all sorts of methods but nothing seems to be working. Cold calls are a thing of the past, you're posting content but it's not getting any views, and even your open houses aren't converting.
The big secret? Having conversations with people!
THE BIG SECRET
EVERY listing starts with a conversation between an agent and a potential client. It's the most important part of the process, and yet so many agents don't focus on it.
So many agents think they just need to get their license, join the brokerage, and the listings will come rolling in. That's simply not true, and it's the very reason that most agents don't make it through their first few years.
If you want to get 1 listing a week, start by having conversations with people. Talk to your family, your friends, your co-workers, and even strangers. Let everyone know that you're a real estate agent and you're looking to help people buy or sell their homes.
You never know who might need your help. Once you start having conversations, the listings will start coming in!
If you're not used to talking to people about real estate, it can feel daunting at first. But I promise, it's not as hard as it seems. Just start with small talk and see where the conversation goes. You might be surprised at how many people are interested in talking about real estate or willing to share their dreams of owning a home.
You can be there to guide them, or at the very least, leave them your card.
So if you're ready to get 1 listing a week, remember: it all starts with a conversation
CEO of the Best Sac Homes Group
and Big Block Realty North