Mistake #5: Providing Little Value in Email Content

“Does this property ad or information benefit me?” is the question every reader has in mind when they receive a property marketing email. Your emails must have a value proposition to engage with them. A good reputation is built through mutually beneficial proposals such as property listings meeting their criteria, open house shows they may be interested in and tips on finding the best deals on homes.
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Published by Jeffrey Nelson

Jeffrey's career began in 1993 traveling across the USA & Canada promoting seminars for world renown trainers; Tom Hopkins, Brian Tracy, and Jim Rohn. He started Salesachievers, Inc. in 1999, training real estate agents and loan officers how to close more sales. He's trained over 25,000 real estate agents in his career and has developed a unique program that helps agents get to home sellers first.