Share And Follow Up - A Simple Way To Get First Time Buyer Leads

I want to earn the business of real estate agents. In order to earn your business, I have figured out a simple way to help you grow your business. All you have to do is share and follow up.

The content I have for you to share is a recorded first-time homebuyer financing webinar. This seminar that I have completed and recorded covers the following:

  • What is the minimum down payment?
  • How much can I qualify for?
  • What are the closing costs?
  • Documention requirements

Let's face it, trying to do a live seminar with a large group of people assembled in a room on a certain night at a certain time is very difficult and can be sabotaged by events you have no control over (weather, schedule conflicts, etc.). Bad weather

Finding the right room, sending out invites, developing the content, and providing refreshments can be a huge undertaking.

Instead of subjecting yourself to hassle and heartbreak, why not deliver valuable content on demand? The first-time homebuyer of today doesn't want to go to a seminar - they want information, and they want it now!

Here is how it works: you share a link via e-mail and your social media sites that is a sign-up form for this first-time homebuyer seminar (you can even write a blog post about it here on ActiveRain!). The link is to a Google Drive form (I provide you with your unique link that is specific to you). When someone signs up for the webinar (name, phone number, and e-mail address are required), you and I immediately get an e-mail. 

What happens next is that you or I send the recorded seminar via e-mail to the first-time buyer (teamwork and collaboration is best here - the quicker, the better!).

After the seminar has been delivered, all you have to do is follow up! Mission accomplished!

Two requirements to participate - a Google account so that you can get the e-mail notification when someone signs up, and hunger to grow your business!

If you don't have a Google account, it is real simple to get one. When you are ready to get more first-time buyer leads the easier way, contact me!

 

Would you like to talk to Phil - call or text (650) 222-0386

Phil Caulfield NMLS #386911 APMC #1850 has been helping people obtain mortgages since 1985. The views, articles, postings, and information listed at this website are personal and do not necessarily represent the opinion or the position of American Pacific Mortgage Corporation."
 
Comment balloon 0 commentsPhil Caulfield • December 13 2013 06:12PM
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