The past few weeks have been difficult here at Real Estate Connected as we adapt to rapid growth of Easy Property Listings. We are really sorry for the slower response to resolve your support ticket and complete your project. I am really sorry that we have not been able to give you the best support and training we can give you to get the most out of your website and the real estate plugins.
Support has always been a number one priority along with plugin updates, and releasing new cool features. Since our recent holiday in October heading around the corner to Bali from Perth… we are still catching up…
Unlike you and your staff, your website works 24/7 for 365 days in a year. Make it 366 days for leap years.
But do you know that while a website works 24/7, there’s no guarantee it will succeed in pulling in viewers and generating leads? Are you sure that your website is found by search engines and is successful in generating leads? If the answer is no, there’s something missing.
There are many variables that have to be factored into the website design process and we’re here to help. Here is a comprehensive list of real estate website design best practices that will help you build a user-friendly and robust site:
Its been a long road to prepare Easy Property Listings 2.2 for release and it will bring a number of enhancements to the WordPress community using Easy Property Listings on their real estate website.
Since launching the first version on the WordPress.org plugin directory on June 27, 2014 and just realised that we missed our first birthday we have amassed over 24,000 downloads and have close to 3,000 active websites who rely on this plugin for their real estate website everyday.
This week I was a featured guest on Josh Cobb’s weekly Real Estate Pros podcast at Stepps where we talk about how real estate websites fail. We talk about the latest tools available to help take your website to another level and why your website should be the central point of all your marketing.
Remember your first listing appointment and how you asked your boss, “I got an appointment Mal, what do I do?”
And he’s like, “Here you go son, this is our pre list kit, just add your details and enter you price and sign here and drop it off before you go. We call this a pre-list kit”.
How exciting my first appraisal!
This is where we all get a bit unstuck.
Over the years I’ve used several specialist real estate CRM’s; TopProducer, Market Manager, AgentOffice, PortPlus and also tried and tested dozens more.
Lets look at each of these prospecting strategies in more detail.
Real estate is about building trust, creating relationships and educating your seller leads over a period of time.
How many times have you scheduled a follow-up call the following week or two to touch base with an appraisal client but they still aren’t ready?
You have one specific task when creating a Request for CMA or Appraisal page.
Convince your reader to contact you and get them to invite you over look at their property.