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Beat The Headlines. Be The Expert.  VREBC 2009
Beat The Headlines. Be The Expert.  VREBC 2009
Beat The Headlines. Be The Expert.  VREBC 2009
Beat The Headlines. Be The Expert.  VREBC 2009
Beat The Headlines. Be The Expert.  VREBC 2009
Beat The Headlines. Be The Expert.  VREBC 2009
Beat The Headlines. Be The Expert.  VREBC 2009
Beat The Headlines. Be The Expert.  VREBC 2009
Beat The Headlines. Be The Expert.  VREBC 2009
Beat The Headlines. Be The Expert.  VREBC 2009
Beat The Headlines. Be The Expert.  VREBC 2009
Beat The Headlines. Be The Expert.  VREBC 2009
Beat The Headlines. Be The Expert.  VREBC 2009
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Beat The Headlines. Be The Expert. VREBC 2009

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Presentation from the Virtual Real Estate Barcamp November 17 2009

Presentation from the Virtual Real Estate Barcamp November 17 2009

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  • First question: “How’s the market?” how do you answer?
  • Next question, just for my edification, “when you think about your marketing efforts, how do you prioritize A) lead gen B) lead conversion (into buyer or listing) C) closing transaction
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    • 1. Beat the Headlines. Be the Local Market Expert .
    • 2. The Only 3 Questions Consumers Ask
      • 1. What’s for sale?
        • IDX Search
      • 2. How much is my house worth?
        • CMA
      • 3. How’s the market?
        • This is your opening!
        • What’s different about this question from the other two?
    • 3. When they ask, “How’s the market?”
      • “ I want to participate, show me how I can/why I should?”
        • They know the market is bad…
        • But how is it good for them?
      • A “buying” signal
        • Buying your services – they need an expert
        • Compelling to action – they want guidance
    • 4. Get Local!
    • 5. How? “ Soft Sell” “ Hard Sell” Blog Posts Local Pages Chart Widgets Sample Reports Lead Form Call to Action Relationships, inform Convert visitors to leads Goals: Presentation: Style: Personality, quantity High profile data, fewer options Approach: Social Media
    • 6. Great Web Site Samples
      • Real Estate Stats Bloggers
        • www.LoCoMarketStats.com – Heather Elias
        • www.napervillehomesblog.com – Tony Lazzari
        • www.AtHomeInScottsdale.com - Dru Bloomfield
        • www.BlogByTheBay.com -Ginger Wilcox
      • The Three Questions
        • www.Housechick.com – Kelley Koehler
      • Local Market Pages
        • www.OCExclusives.com – Jessie Brossa
        • www.StlHomeData.com – Eric Stegemann
        • www.rerockstar.com – Matt Stigliano
      • Lead Focused
        • www.TheHarperTeam.com – John Harper
    • 7. More Than Just a Price Trend
      • Setting seller expectations
        • Percent Price Decreased: “This is what happens to the over-pricers”
        • DoM: “here’s what we’re looking at…”
      • Buyer off the fence
        • Inventory: “You’re in the highest-demand segment”
        • Average vs. Median DoM: the best properties moving more quickly
    • 8. Setting the Price Right & Knowing the Market % Price Decreased : Measures the number of active listings that have experienced a price reduction in the last 90 days
    • 9. Market Analysis by Price Level (“Quartile”)
      • Quartile 1: Most expensive 25% of properties
      • Quartile 2: Top Middle 25%
      • Quartile 3: Bottom Middle 25%
      • Quartile 4: Least expensive 25% of properties
      • Example: 80 homes for sale in a market (city or zip code)
        • 4 "quartiles" (groups) each have 20 properties based on individual property prices.
        • Allows for market definition by price, not just geography
    • 10. Days-on-Market by “Quartile” DoM in most expensive price segment (black line) compared to middle & lower price segments
    • 11. Key Takeaways:
      • How do you answer, “How’s The Market?”
      • Use the data to illustrate your expertise
      • Clients want the insights/statistics/guidance no matter how you reach them: web, email, print, face-to-face
    • 12. Just For Attendees
      • Posting this presentation online to Slideshare
      • Send you a Personalized Market Report to use next week
        • Buyer Meetings coming up?
        • Listings Presentations
        • Sellers – helping them really see the market
    • 13. Contact info
      • www.AltosResearch.com
      • @altosresearch
      • @mikesimonsen
      • [email_address]

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