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Top Podcasts for Real Estate Agents

When you want to improve your business, those who’ve already walked the path are a valuable source of insight. With years of experiences and knowledge of the business, they’re often willing to share their secrets to help other agents get ahead.

One of the most popular methods to share their advice is through podcasts—but with thousands of podcasts to choose from, which ones should you listen to? Here are our favorite podcasts for real estate agents. Have another podcast to recommend? Let us know in the comments below!

Coach Tom Ferry
Tom Ferry is the founder and CEO of one of the real estate industry’s leading coaching and training programs, as well as the bestselling author of “Life! By Design” and “Mindset, Model, and Marketing!” His podcast covers a wide range of topics to help agents get more listings, advertise successfully and engage clients more fully.

BiggerPockets Podcast
The BiggerPockets Podcast is hosted by Brandon Turner and David Greene. They primarily interview real estate agents and investors about their successes, failures and lessons. These interviews are great if you’re looking for ways to supplement your income by investing, or even just looking for new tips to share with your clients.

Caravan Confessions
If you want a fun listen, these podcasts are what you’re looking for. On “Caravan Confessions,” Eric Simon interviews agents about the strangest things that happened to them on the job. These cover everything from walking in on someone using the bathroom to accidentally texting a listing agent something they absolutely weren’t meant to see.

Gary Vaynerchuk is an entrepreneurial genius who shares his advice, recommendations and experiences on sales, social media, self-awareness, and more on his podcast, Garyvee. Take his advice and apply it to your real estate business to start living the life you want with the business success you deserve.

Real Estate Coaching Radio
Award-winning coaches Tim and Julie Harris go live every weekday with new real estate business tips. With nearly 1,200 episodes, this podcast has a bit of everything, but their focus is on industry news, interviews with real estate leaders, and coaching advice.

Real Estate Today Radio
Real Estate Today Radio is presented by NAR and targeted toward buyers and sellers. They have a lot of great information about mortgages, investing in real estate, buying a home, selling a home, and more. This podcast is a great resource to mine for new information for your clients.

Calls with Chris Smith
Chris Smith is the bestselling author of “The Conversion Code,” as well as a talented entrepreneur and speaker. He discusses topics such as business, branding, and growth in his podcast series, Calls with Chris Smith.

Real Estate Uncut
This Australia-based podcast has a bit of everything. Speakers speak on topics ranging from real estate sales to technology, social media, property management, team-building and personal/business development.

Rise Seattle Podcast
There are also a lot of great local podcasts. RiseSeattlePodcast is one example. Hosted by Seattle-based real estate agent Tyler Davis Jones, this podcast series invites local business owners and celebrities onto the show for interviews. Topics range from what it’s like to be the owner/operator of three local coffee houses to discussions on whether Seattle is a diverse city or not. This is a great podcast to check out if you’re considering launching your own show.

Another podcast you should check out is the new Secrets of Top Selling Agents Podcast. Each week will feature a new episode with timeless advice for success in today’s real estate market. Drawn from over 10 years of interviews with the industry’s top agents, trainers, speakers and authors, this podcast is a must-have for agents looking to get the most from their business. Find it on all your favorite podcast players, including iTunesStitcher and Tune-In.

McNease_Patty_60x60Patty McNease is director of Marketing at Homes.com. For more information, please visit marketing.homes.com. 

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Tips for Boosting Repeat Business

By following these five helpful tips, you can gain repeat business and turn your clients into advocates.

  1. Overcommunicate and Over-service
    Make sure you keep your clients up-to-date on every detail of their transaction. If they call you, quickly get back to them. Show them that their business is important to you. Go the extra mile and wow them with personal touches. And never make a promise you can’t keep. It’s better to under-promise and over-deliver than to over-promise and under-deliver.
  1. Reward Loyal Clients
    Sometimes agents can become so focused on bringing in new clients that they forget about the ones they have already worked with. A little thank-you goes a long way. Reward past and current clients with exclusive discounts, rewards or other tokens of gratitude.
  1. Think Long-Term
    Don’t think of your clients as a one-time, short-term commission; think of the total revenue that they can bring you over time. Develop a long-term marketing strategy on how you will keep in touch and stay top-of-mind with existing and past clients. Email is a powerful tool and should be at the forefront of your marketing plan. Add value by sending newsletters and blogs that offer useful information your clients would be interested in. With OnMark Pro®, a powerful tool from AHS, you can create your own marketing materials, personalize them with your photo and information, then print or email them to past and potential clients.
  1. Connect Through Social Media
    According to Forrester Research, getting social media followers and fans to engage often makes them far more likely to recommend you. Using Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and other social media sites daily can help ensure that your clients become advocates and want to refer you to friends and family.
  1. Ask for Referrals and Show Gratitude
    Although some clients may give you referrals without prompting, many won’t, so you will have to ask for them. Include a request for referrals in all of your client communications and try to bring it up naturally in conversation. Consider creating a referral program.

After receiving referrals, a hand-written note/card with an update is a nice touch. Keep track of who sends you business, so you know to give these people extra attention.

For more articles like this, please visit the American Home Shield® blog at www.ahs.com/home-matters.

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How Agents Can Better Serve Single-Women Homebuyers

Married couples might comprise the greatest share of homebuyers, but single women follow close behind, especially retired women over the age of 55, according to the Wall Street Journal. Gone are the days when women had to wait until marriage to buy a home; now, women are feeling more confident in creating their own sanctuary and means of wealth-building through homeownership.

If agents hope to maintain their success in the industry, they must prepare for a growing market of single-women homebuyers—a trend that will only increase as more women earn degrees, attain higher-paying jobs and seek properties to buy. Whether your client is a six-figure earning professional, a single mother or a divorcee looking to start a new chapter in her life, or all of the above, here are some important factors to consider when helping your clients, courtesy of the 2018 NAWRB Women in the Housing Ecosystem Report.

Couples, married or unmarried, normally have more buying power than single homebuyers because they have two sources to pull from that could go toward mortgage payments. According to 2016 NAR data, married couples have the highest income of around $99,200, compared to single buyers; however, dependence on a primary income is not deterring single women from buying homes.

Home-Buying Process for Single Women

  • Single women are independent; thus, all home-buying decisions—including where to live, how much of a mortgage payment they can afford, how to decorate their house, etc.—will be made by them.
  • Single women are interested in buying a home as a means of wealth-building. They’re taking the necessary steps to ensure their financial security in the future, whether or not they have a partner.
  • As a single woman, size may not be as important as location and affordability. Some women are interested in owning a home to get a pet, so a sizable backyard is a must.
  • Stringent lending standards make it more difficult for singles applying for loans with one income.

Home-Buying Process for Single Mothers

  • With a limited income, saving money will be difficult because of child-related expenses. Single mothers are also looking for a property they can afford in the long term.
  • Single mothers will want a safe, supportive community with a low crime rate and reputable education system. Having nearby infrastructure and basic amenities like shopping centers, hospitals and parks will be preferred.
  • Working mothers, like other single women, have limited time on their hands; however, single mothers are crunched even more for time, as being a mother is another job in and of itself.
  • Smart home technology, such as security alarms, intercom systems, carbon monoxide detectors and nightlights, could be especially important and appealing to single mothers.

A home is a woman’s sanctuary, a place to call her own, and an invaluable asset that cements one’s professional progress and economic foundation. It would be beneficial for agents to keep this in mind as they assist the needs of women buyers. Your clients will return the favor by referring your services to like-minded friends interested in taking the leap into independent living and property investment. 

Patno_Desiree_2018_60x60Desirée Patno is the CEO and president of Women in the Housing and Real Estate Ecosystem (NAWRB) and Desirée Patno Enterprises, Inc. (DPE), as well as chairwoman of NAWRB’s Diversity & Inclusion Leadership Council (NDILC). With 30 years of experience in housing, Patno is a champion for women’s economic growth and independence. In 2017, Entrepreneur.com named her the Highest-Ranking Woman and 4th Overall Top Real Estate Influencer to Follow. For more information, please visit www.nawrb.com. 

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