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Looking to promote a networking event for Realtors in the Boston area via twitter. Do I merely create a twitter account for the networking group and follow agents or is there more personal way to engage? I know...I know...I should have made it to Chris Smith's webinar!
I'm creating a series of "self-help" videos for FSBOs and Expireds that I'll use in marketing to them (e.g. When door-knocking, leaving a flyer behind promoting these videos with tips on how to market, negotiate etc.) I'd like to keep hosting costs as close to nil as possible. What's the best platform? YT channel? Blog like Posterous? Any suggestions? Thx!
Ask Tom Ferry for his latest and greatest...I'm sure he'll share with you. One I'm using now that's working well deals w/ current home owner's fears with putting their home on the market when there are no homes for them to buy. It rocks!
Thanks Chris Smith! The whisperer is interesting (couldn't find it on the site - may be market specific). If you assume most buyers are trying to buy a home for the best price possible, wouldn't that motivation skew feedback? If buyers see their feedback helping sellers price their homes, will they continue to offer it? Thanks for sharing!
He talked about it in a recent video...you need to draw out all of the seller's fears and acknowledge them prior to having them self-discover the reality of the situation - which isn't as bad as they think. Ask "What's the worst case scenario if you were to put your home on the market and it sold?" Let them vent, vent and vent some more. Then ask, "What's the most likely scenario?" followed by, "What's the BEST case scenario?". You can then talk about how they can leverage their power in the negotiation to structure a deal w/ terms to minimize their pain in the moving process (i.e. longer escrow, followed by potential 60-day rent back = up to 4 months to find their next home!). U have to let them vent their worst fears first though!