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Funny enough, we just had lunch with a regional manager of a brokerage division. He just cited that one of his agents did a beautiful snail mail campaign. Six listing leads came from that.
West Covina, CA
Too much technology? I'm looking for the next big thing before fellow agents find it. It's not going away. Some people have already figured out how to answer texts faster than the competition. Does anyone have that tool to share with me?
Sandra Williams I agree with the traditional approaches of human contact.
I only use the appropriate amount of technology.
Good morning Sandra. There is nothing like personal interactions, without all the stuff, but that won't happen. Technology is in every part of our lives these days.
Good Thursday morning Sandra. I don't! Real estate is still a people business.
I don't think I will ever need worry about that. I always feel I am struggling to keep up with the bare minimum of what seems to be changing daily. Mark
In my market there are many absentee sellers and buyers so we can't always meet our clients. I do think it's easy to forget how good real phone call or face-to-face can be for maintaining relationships.
No I do not find that a problem. It is a huge help and allows me to do 3-4 times the business.
Actually I should rely on it more often
I use technology to help me do things more efficiently, but I also have paper trails. I can keep on going.
We use technology to be very efficient at our projects, but much of our marketing is still old school.
Not really, but my business is investment with about 95% not from my state.
We work nationally, so since we are not face-to-face with a large majority of our clients, we need technology.
Interesting to note that some people called it quits at the fax machine stage. I know of people who wont use a cell phone, computer or do email too. Each one does what is their fit
We rely on it, but not too much.
I am striving between personal relationships and technology.
Too much? Hmm. Interesting question. It's definitely a balancing act or at least should be. Although it's kinda cliche -- high tech and hi touch seems to be a good combination.