Whether the economy is booming or witnessing a serious downfall, real estate agents are the ones who are always in demand irrespective of the market condition. However, with a number of real estate agents present in every nook and corner of a city. Marketing your services in such a scenario is a daunting task. However, with email marketing, you can easily make your presence felt in your city and attract customers to buy or lease properties through, which you offer.
What to do?
With email marketing a real estate agent can easily send newsletters informing the customers about the latest properties you are offering, their advantages and benefits. You can also send the customers useful insights on the recent events occurring in the real estate sector and whether investing in real estate is a safe option or not. If you emotionally connect with the customers, only then you can tell sell properties. A sales pitch portraying and exemplifying the property unnecessarily will not attract customers towards your brand. The email can also consist of properties you have recently sold and deals which you have signed in the past. Sharing sneak-peak about the properties for sale or available on the lease will save a lot of time. The customers will contact you only when there is a genuine requirement. Otherwise, you will end up answering unwanted queries whole day long. Additionally, it is extremely important that you send your contact information clearly in every email sent because only then customers can actually contact you. The email can also consist of references and feedbacks given by different customers who have previously brought houses and commercial plots from your agency.
What should be avoided?
The real estate agent business strives on the concept of commission obtained from selling a property. In your email communication, never mention the commission rate as it will hamper your brand personality. Information useful to the customers should only be shared. You can tell the customers about the starting price of the plots and residential properties, but again giving a fixed figure is not recommended because there is high price volatility in the real estate world.