Superstar Retreat

June 17th, 2016 // Big Block Realty // Blog // No Comments

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Big Block Realty Social Media, Connect With Us!

May 24th, 2016 // Big Block Realty // Blog // No Comments

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Connect with Big Block on:

Facebook (Public Group)
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YouTube
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Meetup.com
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Use: #BigBlockRealty

3 Great Sources for Lead Generation

November 3rd, 2015 // admin // Blog // No Comments

Like with any profession, being a real estate agent has its own unique challenges. Perhaps the most frustrating part of the job is lead generation. It’s a vital networking tool that no agent can survive without. But sometimes, it’s easy to feel like the well has gone dry, you’ve left no stone unturned, and you can’t squeeze blood from a turnip.

Pick any euphemism. They all apply. But there’s always new frontiers to explore for lead generation. You may just have to think outside the box.

Here are a few tips.

1.) For Sale By Owner-

Most people who try to sell their own property will quickly discover it’s not as easy as they thought it was going to be. Sure, everyone thinks their house is awesome and it will sell in no time.

But months later when the house has gone absolutely nowhere and they’ve dropped the asking price 20,000 dollars, they may feel different about looking for a professional like you to get the job done.

Look for houses for sale by owner that have sat stagnant for a stretch and offer your services. Start by offering a free consultation and see where it goes.

2.) Engage People Through Interest Groups-

Do you ride a Harley Davidson? Are you into tennis? Are a rock climber, an underwater basket weaver, or a rodeo enthusiast? If so, you have a built in community of people you can look to for good leads.

It’s a safe bet that whatever kind of hobbies you enjoy, there’s other folks who are, too. Get involved with Facebook groups and become part of the scene. Sure, Facebook is great for online marketing, but it’s not bad for meeting real people, too. Reach out and make friends.

Your careers are sure to come up in conversation. When your new friends hear one of their old friends say they need an agent, you may get the referral.

Foster those relationships and enjoy generating leads in the company of your new pals in the chess club, the Faberge Egg collectors society, and the civil war reenactors group.

3.) Real Estate Postcards-

Postcards are the perfect low-tech, low-cost and proven way to reach out for leads. Send them to past clients to keep your name in their head. Send them to targeted demographics. They’re small, to the point, don’t have to be opened, and don’t take much time for the recipient to consume.

They’re cheap and effective, so don’t turn your nose up because they’re not ultra modern.

Remember, there’s always somewhere you can dig up leads. You just have to be creative.

Do you want a rewarding career with an integrity driven, 100% commission real estate brokerage?

Then Big Block Realty might be the place for you! A career in real estate requires character like no other career.

If you’d like to learn more about Big Block Realty, give us a call today!

Your Friends,

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Oliver, Sam, and Spencer

The Big Block Realty Family

Have questions?—> Contact us today

4 Tips for Selling Really Small Homes

September 24th, 2015 // admin // Blog // No Comments

Ever tried to sell a really small house? Like, a borderline “tiny house movement” sized house? It’s not as easy as you might imagine. There’s only so many hipsters looking for a tiny home they can brag about over craft brews with their fellow hipsters.

Most people aren’t looking to cram their life into a space not much bigger than a storage compartment.

It can be challenging for an agent to sell a small house, so challenging that some might not even want to take the listing. That being said, there are ways to sell a small house. You just have to know how to market them the right way. You have to find a way to make the listing’s small size a strength and a selling point.

Here are some tips to get that small house sold.

1.) Sell The Benefits Of Living Economically-

It wasn’t that long ago that people were clamoring for great big, new homes. That’s changed with the economy. Selling smaller homes is easier as people are looking for ways to live cheaper. A smaller house means a smaller house payment, which frees up a lot of money for other lifestyle choices and necessities.

Want that kid to go to college? Buy my listing. Sure, it’s tight, but the payments are about seventy-five bucks a month.

2.) Sell The Green-

Everyone is concerned about the environment these days, right? What better way to reduce your carbon footprint than by moving into a tiny house? Think of the small electrical bills. Think of how many trees you’ll save. By moving into this small house, you’re saving the polar bears. Literally.

You don’t have to feel bad making this sales pitch. That’s because it’s true.

3.) Harness The Power Of The Sun-

Open the curtains, roll up the blinds and let the light in. Better yet, get rid of the curtains and blinds altogether. One less thing taking up space where space is already an issue.

Make the place look bright with as much natural light as you can muster.

4.) Lose The Clutter-

This goes without saying for any house, right? But when your listing is small, or worse, freakishly small house, you really need to take clutter removal to the next level. If it isn’t nailed down, convince your clients to get it out of there.

That includes, furniture, shelves, clothes, toasters, and anything you can ditch. Are there two chairs in the tiny living room? Lose one of them. Or lose both if you can. Get everything off the counters in the kitchen and bathrooms. Lose the rugs. All of it. Gone. Rent a storage pod and stuff it full.

Building a successful career in real estate isn’t easy, but it’s definitely rewarding.

At Big Block Realty, we want each and every one of agents to have the helpful tools that will increase their success.

Want to begin a rewarding career with an integrity driven, 100% commission real estate brokerage?

Then Big Block Realty might be the place for you! A career in real estate requires character like no other career. Find out if you have what it takes.

If you’d like to learn more about Big Block Realty, give us a call today!

Your Friends,

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Oliver, Sam, and Spencer

The Big Block Realty Family

Have questions?—> Contact us today

It’s Not Impossible to Close the Deal In Fall

September 21st, 2015 // admin // Blog // No Comments

There was a time when conventional wisdom said that fall was perhaps the worst season for selling homes. Little Johnny and Suzie are back in school and families aren’t looking to move. Then comes Thanksgiving and Christmas, and no one wants to be busy moving during their Idyllic, Rockwellian holidays, right? And who wants to drive around in the cold looking at houses?

This thinking was great in 1960. Not so much now. People aren’t sticking to old traditions. Millennials aren’t having kids at twenty-three, and more single folks want houses than ever before. Looking at houses isn’t the chore it used to be thanks to the internet. You can look at plenty of houses on your phone during your lunch break.

The point is that fall is as good a season as any for selling homes. Almost. Spring is still king. But you can make sales in fall, too.

Here’s a few reasons why.

Serious Buyers Don’t Care What Month It Is-

People looking for their dream home don’t care what the calendar says. If they fall in love with a house, they’re going to make a move. Fall is perfect for some people because the kids are at school (out of the way), and most people aren’t planning a beach trip in the fall.

Fall Clears Out The Playing Field-

A lot of folks still consider fall and winter dead times for real estate and don’t start trying to sell until spring. That means there’s less competition for a motivated real estate agent in the fall. There’s less inventory available, so what listings you do have may seem a little more shiny to house hunters.

People Want To Get Outside-

Like spring, fall is a break from extreme weather. It’s  suddenly not 100 degrees outside and people are actually happy to get outside and do something. House hunting during the change of seasons can actually be a thrilling thing, especially if you play up the season. Take your potential buyers to Starbucks for an apple spice pumpkin latte thingy. It will get them in the mood.

Building a career in real estate can be challenging, but it’s also rewarding.

At Big Block Realty, we want each and every one of agents to have the helpful tools that will increase their success.

Want to begin a rewarding career with an integrity driven, 100% commission real estate brokerage?

Then Big Block Realty might be the place for you! A career in real estate requires character like no other career. 

If you’d like to learn more about Big Block Realty, give us a call today!

Your Friends,

SOS pic

Oliver, Sam, and Spencer

The Big Block Realty Family

Have questions?—> Contact us today