5 Advantages of Working as a Transaction Coordinator with an Outsourced Service

5 Advantages of Working as a Transaction Coordinator with an Outsourced Service

Residential real estate transaction coordinators have typically worked as salaried employees for brokerages. This traditional method of employment made a lot of sense before the digital age, when coordinators were physically shuffling through stacks of transaction documents, scheduling and overseeing signings, and a litany of other tasks that, at the time, required in-person involvement. Now that the large majority of transactions are handled through email, Docusign, Zip Forms, and cloud-based transaction management platforms, the in-person requirements in the job description of transaction coordinators have been rendered obsolete, and coordinators can now handle entire transactions from the comfort of their homes. Coordinator’s jobs have evolved from physical to digital. This begs the question, “Does it make sense that the employment structure has remained stagnant and attached to the conventional method of employment when the job description no longer requires the constraints the conventional method carries?” The simple answer is no, but this employment structure has continued to persist in the industry largely due to a lack of alternatives. REBO, an outsourced transaction coordination service, has bridged this gap between transaction coordination employment structure and efficiency, and provides a superior alternative for both the transaction coordinators, and the brokerages they work with.


  1. Backup on Every Transaction

Coordinators in traditional employment models are largely left to their own devices after opening escrow for an agent. This means any potential mistakes, blame, or unforeseen hinderances are squarely on that coordinator’s shoulders with no room for reprieve. If a coordinator becomes ill during a transaction, wants to go on vacation, or commits an oversight on a contract resulting in non-compliance, that coordinator is solely responsible. With REBO, multiple coordinators have access to every transaction, allowing for checks and balances, as well as relief in the event a coordinator is unable to continue their work.

  1. Incentive-based Pay

REBO pays their coordinators per transaction. That means no more working longer hours during the busy season for the same meager paycheck. Coordinators with REBO work as little or as much as they want, and receive their pay accordingly.

  1. Benefits

Other outsourced transaction coordination services exist, but generally hire their TCs as independent contractors that don’t receive benefits. REBO similarly hires coordinators as independent contractors, but provides the option for all benefits typically associated with salaried work.

  1. Training Program

REBO has instituted a training program for newer transaction coordinators. No experience? No problem. REBO will provide pre-recorded training videos as well as hands on instruction from seasoned coordinators to train coordinators how to manage transactions, communicate with agents, and stay in compliance.

  1. Well-Defined Role

Many coordinators are often roped in to additional duties by agents that aren’t in their job description. REBO makes it clear up front that a transaction coordinator’s role is to manage the transaction, not to act as an assistant.


Transactions have moved on from desert of technology the real estate industry once was. It’s about time the role of the transaction coordinator did as well. Given all the new services and platforms facilitating real estate transactions, there’s no reason a coordinator shouldn’t be reaping additional benefits not provided by conventional coordinator employment structures, and receiving all the relief and training they may need from the comfort of their home.

To learn more about working as a transaction coordinator for REBO, contact us through our website:




Realtor Marketing to FSBOs and Expired Listings

Realtor Marketing to FSBOs and Expired Listings

It’s no secret that successful Realtors often rely on marketing directly to FSBOs and expired listing owners. A lot of realtors who attempt to create business through these means fall short by two barriers:

  1. Finding the contact information of these potential clients
  2. Qualifying them as warm leads early in initial contact

Many agents elect to scour their local MLS to find contact info and cold call recently expired listings. The problem here is this is the go-to tactic for Realtors to attempt to convert an expired listing to a client, which means there will be heavy competition. It’s better for Realtors to either use alternative platforms or a service that vets these leads first and/or contacts them for you. These are better ways to go about this marketing tactic that will illicit greater conversion rates with less competition.

We will discuss how contact information can be found early for these home owners so you can get a head start on your competing Realtor counterparts, and how you can quickly filter, and convert these warm leads into clients.

1. Finding the contact information of FSBOs and Expired Listings


There are several ways Realtors can find and contact FSBOs and expired listing owners without going through a paid service. It’s more work, but for the penny-pinching real estate agent, this might be the desired route.

When you contact them, instead of delivering your typical elevator pitch for potential clients, try offering some basic services or advice for free to help them market. For example, offering to hold an open house for them will not only help you stand out amongst other agents that contacted them when they eventually decide to list with an agent, (which the large majority do), you might pick up some buyer clients that walk through as well.

Providing free advice or help is a good way to be non-intrusive and increase your chances of working with them in the future.

Keeping this approach in mind, let’s get into how you can find and contact these leads at no cost.

Facebook Marketplace

The Facebook Market is a good place to easily filter listed homes by FSBOs. Simply click the marketplace on the left-hand side, then click Groups. Type, “FSBO” in the search query after setting your search to your location and your feed will populate with a wide array of FSBO listings near you.


Same concept as Facebook Marketplace. Just set your search to your location, then select the ‘housing’ filter, then the ‘real estate – by owner’ filter. Remember to lead with advice or free help, not a pitch.

Other free FSBO contact information can be easily found on:

Local Newspaper Sites




Most paid services automatically find expired listings and FSBOs and upload them into your CRM. These tools are great time savers since they search your local MLS for you, and often provide the option to automatically leave a voicemail or text, prompting interested parties to call you back and saving you the trouble of contacting each FSBO and expired lead yourself one by one. They usually also provide their own scripts or other marketing materials for when those leads do call back. Here are some pros and cons for each FSBO/expired listings number providers and dialing services.



  • Easy to search expired listing using their software. You can customize the search to find exactly the area you want to farm and input these leads into your search.
  • You can label/add folders for any leads based on zip codes/search criteria.
  • They have a built in CRM for which you can manage any follow-up task.


  • A lot of phone numbers provided are invalid and or non-existent. You’ll have to use other services to cross check numbers like been verified or similar.
  • They usually charge a setup fee and you have to install a software platform.



  • No setup fee.
  • More control over which expired listings you contact, as opposed to other services which just provide the list for you.
  • Multi-line dialer tool.


  • Their cloud-based platform isn’t very search friendly. You can’t search based on zip codes so it only pulls all the leads and then you have to manually look for them.
  • Their CRM is non-existent, so there’s no automation involved with lead nurturing.
  • A quick Google search will show their customer service department needs work.

Vulcan 7


  • Offer probated leads in addition to FSBOs and expired listings.
  • Verified email address option for contacting leads.
  • Vets leads before handing them off to filter out expired numbers or “do not call list” numbers.


  • More costly than other number providers.
  • Expensive set up fee
  • No free trials

Espresso Agent


  • Video marketing tool built in.
  • Full CRM platform.
  • Cheap ten-day trial option.
  • Built in power dialer.


  • Expensive, (but not as expensive as Vulcan 7).
  • No real vetting process in place.



  • Triple line dialer tool.
  • Multiple integration possibilities, even with other number providers and dialer services.
  • Relatively cheap.
  • Built in CRM.


  • UX design is lacking in presentation and functionality compared to the other providers.
  • Doesn’t filter out “do not call numbers,” which can lead to very unpleasant conversations and stain your reputation if the people contacted feel compelled to write an online review.

Arch Agent


  • Pay per minute option – good for Realtors that don’t heavily rely on dial generated leads.
  • CRM integration with TopProducer.


  • Doesn’t automatically track numbers or leads with CRM – lots more manual work on your part.
  • Doesn’t vet numbers to ensure they’re not expired or on “do not call list.”


Different tools will work differently by market, but generally speaking, you get what you pay for. Vulcan 7 is probably the best service, but considering Espresso Agent’s cheap ten-day trial, you might want to try that first and see if it works for you before contracting Vulcan 7. If you’re stingy, and willing to learn a less than simple CRM and UX, Mojo is probably the best option for you.

2. Qualify warm leads early in initial contact

A lot of FSBOs and expired listing owners will remain unwilling to work with a Realtor. It’s important to identify these leads quickly and move on to optimize your time and business productivity. Be sure to establish the following criteria as soon as possible before deciding to pursue a FSBO or expired listing owner further. See that your leads are:

1) Willing to pay a full buyer’s coop off the bat.

-Nothing is worse than spending your time on a deal that eventually falls through due to a misunderstanding of how Realtors are paid. See that the lead is open to your commission rate.

2) Say they will consider hiring a Realtor if they can’t sell it in X amount of time.

-A willingness to hire a Realtor eventually means they probably will. Make sure you’re first in line.

3) Have a house in a price point that makes the follow up worth the time to actually spend the time    following up.

-In other words, if it’s a cheap listing, it’s not worth your time.

4) Are realistic with sales price.

-Convincing a FSBO to contract you is hard. Convincing a FSBO to contract you AND significantly lower their asking price is a lot harder.

5) Have actual motivation to sell.

-Ask questions to determine their sale is a necessity like, “Are you moving out of state?” Or, “Did you recently become employed somewhere that makes your current living situation impossible?” Prodding for life events that implicate a home sale are a good way of going about qualifying in this case.

6) Selling in a buyer’s market.

-In seller’s markets, it is a lot easier for FSBOs to succeed on their own. You’ll have much more success if you restrict this technique to buyer’s markets.

3 Ways Brokers Can Recruit Better Agents

3 Ways Brokers Can Recruit Better Agents

Have you ever wondered how the most successful brokers manage to recruit and retain their top agents? Finding high-quality talent is indeed an art. However, armed with the right skills you too can identify and hire better agents.

But before you start drafting that job proposal, it is imperative to establish a clear value proposition to present to candidates. This proposition should discuss the advantages of working at the brokerage, offer competitive industry tools, describe the company culture, as well as detail efforts the brokerage will take to support an agent’s career.

This is the bait that top brokerages use to recruit qualified agents. They then deploy the following three best practices to convince principal agents why they should work with them:

1.    Present attractive incentives offered by few other brokers

How important is your benefit or incentives package when looking to hire better agents? To put it frankly, extremely vital.

According to Wellable, 79% of agents looking for a new job said that a competitive benefits plan was definitely an influencing factor when comparing job offers. In a survey published by Randstad, over 50% of employees admit to leaving their former job for a new one because of better benefits. In a CBI report, 42% of businesses corroborate these findings by stating that “their ability to recruit has been improved by [incentives such as] their pension scheme.’’

And once you’ve secured this crème de la crème talent you’ll need to keep revamping and improving your benefits package to retain your best agents otherwise as soon as they hear of a better offer somewhere else, they may not think twice about leaving your brokerage. According to 64% of Millenials, good benefits are ‘extremely important’ to employer loyalty.

Pro Tip:

In order to attract interest from a wider pool of agents, list out the various benefits and incentives that you’re currently providing your agents. Research what your competitors are offering to see where you can adjust your current scheme. Benefits to think about include: digital marketing assistance, personal website development, better-earning potential, and pension plans to mention a few.

2.    Tailor the job offer to reflect today’s employee attitudes

Unlike generations before them, the average person in the United States today will change jobs at least 5-7 times. Why are people changing jobs so often? What are they looking for? How can you retain them so you reduce the need to repeatedly hire and onboard new agents?

If we were to summarize the five major criteria that agents use when weighing different job offers, we’d find that agents are looking at:

  1. The salary offered and the compensation plan
  2. Career growth opportunities and resources
  3. The work-life balance afforded by working at the brokerage
  4. How far they have to commute to work or if remote work is a possibility
  5. Lastly, the brokerage’s company culture and set of values

By taking each of these five points into consideration when drafting up your offer or creating a recruitment strategy, you stand a chance to hire better agents who fit right in with your expectations.

Pro Tip:

An article in the Harvard Business Review entitled, “Why Employees Stay” brings up two fundamental concepts that make people stay. Namely, job satisfaction and company culture. So long as the agent is content with the resources at their disposal for career advancement, their salary, and benefits, and they fit in with the brokerage’s culture they are more likely to stay. Therefore, it is to a brokerage’s advantage to heed the needs of job seekers.

3.    Cast the recruiting net far and wide

If the hiring strategy you’ve been employing all these years isn’t meriting fruit and drawing the kind of talent you want, it might be time to revise your recruitment policy by casting the net far and wide. What do we mean?

You’ll want to give real estate agents at every level a chance. Regardless of whether they are rookies or experienced, adjust your pitch so you can receive a wider response from potential candidates. You may discover rookie agents who are a better fit than the so-called ‘experienced’ talent.

Pro Tip:

Include elements that will pique the interest of top-tier agents while giving room for newbie agents as well. You may even want to draft up two distinct offers and see the caliber of responses that you get. In order to hire better agents, you need to be flexible and accommodating.

5 Ways Brokers Can Help Agents Succeed During COVID-19

5 Ways Brokers Can Help Agents Succeed During COVID-19

As brokers, we have experienced the highs and lows of the housing market. When the market is hot, you don’t have to be as strategic to be effective as you do when the market is down. And right now, we are entering a confusing and challenging time for real estate markets across the country. So now more than ever, it’s time to refocus your marketing strategies to adapt to a slow.

What can we do to shoulder this responsibility and ensure our agents’ success? We must set our agents up for success with the latest and greatest resources and knowledge to help them tackle the challenges of a slow market, especially while doing so from home. Read on for 5 ways brokers can help their agents during this challenging time.

Stay up-to-date with the news, and provide your team with resources.

Striking the balance of news consumption is no easy feat these days. But it is of the utmost importance to stay updated. You want your agents to trust that you are providing them with accurate and reliable information, as they want to be that same reliable source for their clients and leads. 

Set aside some time each day and read up on COVID-19 and how it is interacting with the housing market. You’ll also want to treat your sources with discern. There is a lot of confusing information out there right now, and not all of it is factual. Do your due diligence and make sure the articles you are sending your team are based on careful analysis and sound science. The NAR can serve as an excellent resource for you to start.

You might even consider this a great opportunity to build a marketing tool: compile your research into an email for your team, who can then share that with their clients. Include the links as well as your insight on the information.

Assist Your Team With Virtual Showings

This one might not be new for you and your team, but people have to stay connected virtually now more than ever. The good news is that real estate has proven itself to be easily adaptable to these technological changes within society. Realtors can provide sellers with just as immersive an experience as an in-person tour would these days. The potential buyer can control which part of the house they look at and from which angle. The National Association of Realtors has compiled a great list of resources for you to get started.

Spend Time + Money On Education.

We’re all spending a lot of time at home, and many of us are struggling to adjust to this new way of life. Sharpening existing skills and learning new ones not only alleviates stress and anxiety, but it is also a fantastic way to have some fun and strengthen your business. 

Do you have a favorite real estate webinar series that you watch? Send it over to your team, and review it together. Or maybe you’ve always wanted your agents to learn a digital skill. You can even make your own! There are many tools available for you to take advantage of.

Start Creating Content

If you haven’t already, take the time to update the blog on your websites. If your agents have individual websites, you can advise them to do the same. Blogs are important for a variety of reasons. The right blogs with relevant information can establish you as an industry leader. They can drive traffic back to your website, increasing leads and even sales. Blogs increase your SEO, so updating your blog with fresh content is key to staying at the forefront of your competitors. And they can even strengthen your customer relationships. By connecting directly on your website, your clients are getting to know your business and the voice behind the business, deepening that connection.

Set up weekly check-ins.

We know that many businesses have been affected and will continue to be affected by COVID-19. Whether it be your businesses, someone you know, or a local shop you’ve gone to for years, this has been tough on everyone. Let your team know you care about their physical and mental well-being right now by setting up weekly check-ins. Take some time each week to come together for support within the company. 

We recommend getting to know the ins and outs of your preferred digital meeting platform, whether it be Slack or Skype or Zoom. There are many options for you to get comfortable with, and you won’t want to deal with technical difficulties on your calls. Once you’re all set up, talk to your agents about what is and isn’t working right now. Ask them how they are confronting the current challenges we are being faced with. Then, it’s more than ok to have some fun activities or time to destress. Play a get to know you game; play charades or download one of many virtual multiplayer gaming apps that you can play on your call. You can even host a virtual happy hour!

Should You Hire a Transaction Coordinator?

Should You Hire a Transaction Coordinator?

Whether or not to hire a transaction coordinator is a question many brokerages and agents will face during their careers. Once a home is under contract, it’s not time to relax–especially if you’re handling the coordination yourself. From opening escrow, handling inspections, handling contingencies, repairs, to communicating with clients on the details/deadlines of the title transfer, it can be a lot.

And it can be a lot to risk. The last thing you want to see happen is to have a deal unravel due to details falling through the cracks, while only inches from the finish line.

That is why agents opt to hire transaction coordinators to handle all of the intricacies surrounding a real estate deal, allowing them to put their attention towards generating new business, and managing the intra-personal client relationships.

So what should agents/brokers do?

The usual scenarios we see play out are, (i) brokerages hire a salaried coordinator, (ii) agents will use their own outsourced coordinators on a transaction per transaction basis. 

The pros and cons of brokerages hiring a salaried coordinator primarily lie in the structure of the employment agreement. Employees can be costly and get bogged down during the busier times of the year (Summer in most markets), which keeps the clients waiting and pushes the GCI (Gross Commissionable Income) further down the road.

If this happens, top producers are going to look elsewhere for their transaction coordination—most likely to an outsourced person. Which for agents, this has its pitfalls associated with it. One, there is no commonality when it comes to following procedures or using the same software amongst coordinators. 

That is a nightmare for any broker or agent who’s looking to scale their business. Like any other business, the way to grow is through repeatable experiences for clients and systems for internal procedures.

But what if there was another way?

The new wave of real estate is here, and its backbone is technology and professional service providers. By utilizing technology, real estate businesses have been able to grow faster, smarter, and bigger than ever before. From the seemingly endless CRMs, listing providers, lead generators, etc., it can feel a bit robotic running your business. 

That’s because, despite real estate’s backbone being in technology, it’s heart is in the brokers and agents who push the business forward. 

That is why we made REBO (Real Estate Black Ops), a place where we could use all of the advantages of technology, and combine it with the human touch.

What is REBO?

Unlike private transaction coordinators, REBO is a transaction coordination service that allows brokerages to implement a seamless system, with professional transaction coordinators. This provides a secure and consistent process that opens the doors to scaling, ensures all documentation and steps are followed while providing excellent service/visibility to your agents’ clients.

How much does it cost?

As we mentioned above, having a full-time employee dedicated to transaction coordination can be costly–especially if sales are slowing. Brokerages have to provide a place to work (overhead), supplies (computers, printers, software, etc.), and stay on top of payroll taxes (more expense and liability). That’s why we charge a flat fee per transaction, so you don’t get caught paying for something you’re not using as a broker. 

What does REBO handle?

We handle the transaction process from opening escrow until the money ends up in the seller’s hands. With REBO in your corner, your transactions can be processed efficiently and securely while leaving you the time to run your real estate business.

All-in-all, for a business to scale it needs the perfect blend of human touch, backed with great partners. As the growing need for uniformity and scalable systems becomes apparent for real estate professionals, REBO is there to help fill in the holes in the transaction coordination process and get your deals across the finish line faster and in a more efficient way. 

5 Tips For Starting A Real Estate Blog

5 Tips For Starting A Real Estate Blog

The existence of such a wide array of blogger tools available for free today, starting a real estate blog has never been easier.

Blogs are a good way to provide personalized content directly to your target audience.

Writing your own content is the perfect way to demonstrate to your social sphere that you are the arbiter of knowledge and experience in your local real estate market.

Just follow the step by step guides provided by one of the blog building software available online like SquareSpace or TheBlogBuilder and begin producing valuable content for your clients and readers right away!

In today’s user-friendly online environment, creating, implementing, and promoting your blog is easy as ever.

The hard part, is writing content for your blog in a way that best expresses the value you provide as a Realtor and real estate market place guru.

We have compiled a list of advice and tips for best reaching your audience, claiming a high SEO score, and generating leads from your blog.

Consistently producing high value content peppered with optimal key words, increasing traffic to your website, and retargeting visitors is a key component for keeping up with the changing landscape in the increasingly technologically driven business of real estate.

Failure to adjust to new marketing trends like localized blogging surrenders territory to those who do adopt the new ways and allows them to dip their hands into your lead and referral business.

Reposting from other sources is a good way to accomplish this when time is short, but generating your own content as well will better guarantee your posts are localized and relevant.

Stop using a lack of ideas for content as an excuse to begin this essential cornerstone to your business. Here are your tips for setting yourself up to create valuable, recurring content and ensuring you capture as much business as possible with your new blog:


Providing your target market with information relevant to your local community is absolutely crucial for imparting valuable content and establishing an authoritative SEO score.

There are several earmarks in your local community that will consistently give you the opportunity for generating this content since there will often be updates and changes within those earmarks.

a. Local Schools

Local elementary schools will host fundraisers, sporting events, concerts, plays, and a variety of other events that you can report to your local community. This information will be relevant both to your immediate sphere of influence and anyone interested in purchasing property there from out of the area.

This content will likely be shared by social media friends with children or relatives participating in any local school events, expanding your outreach and driving more traffic to your blog.

b. Local Events

Most communities engage in shared events periodically throughout the year. These events usually relate to some holiday, like a local 4th of July parade or a community Easter egg hunt. 

Take advantage of these events by creating consumable lists for engaging in these activities specific to your community, like, “5 Tricks for Staking Out a Good Spot at the Walnut Creek Parade,” or, “7 Worst Foods to Cook at the 4th of July Crocker Heights BBQ.”

c. Local Sporting Events

If your city is fortunate enough to have local minor league teams, promoting their games, new acquisitions, or halftime extravaganzas are a good way to provide support for your local teams, and therefore help to establish you as the active go-to Realtor of the local community.

This will also be content that may be shared by team administrators, making your presence and expertise known to players and staff alike. Considering the high player turnover on semi-professional teams, this will allow you to position yourself as the preferred Realtor to be contracted by any new acquisitions. This is a more feasible goal than doing this at the professional level, since the amount of content covering these teams is much scarcer.

d. Local Policy Changes (Especially Affecting Real Estate)

Policy changes often go unnoticed by communities, as there is very little content relating to these changes at a hyper-local level. 

Take some time to attend City Hall meetings occasionally. Try to hand pick any new policy changes that will have a direct effect on the lives of citizens in your local community. Not everyone is willing to take the time to attend these meetings, but they’ll be much more likely to click an article discussing any new potential changes in their daily routines.

e. New Local Hotspots

This will help to provide additional relevant neighborhood information to keep you at the fore front of your local community. Anyone interested in the food and dining your neighborhood has to offer will be highly inclined to click on a localized article like, “New Dining Experiences to Try in San Jose.”

Notify the restaurants or bars you’re discussing. They’ll likely share it on their social media channels as well, heightening your outreach and driving more traffic to your site.

f. Local Charity events

Promoting local charity events will drive traffic to your site in addition to helping convey your charitable inclinations to the surrounding community. Displaying a list of charities your site promotes can also help to do this, as well as link your site to anyone outside your community searching for more information or trying to donate to these charities.


We’ve said it before, but it merits repeating – people like buying from other people like them.

By expressing your interests and hobbies outside of real estate on your blog, then tying them back to your real estate business, you will attract buyers and sellers who also express interest those shared activities.

Pick a hobby or activity in which you hold an exceptionable amount of knowledge and insight, then write articles that conflate it to real estate through analogy or metaphor.

For example, if you’re a dog person, write something like, “Why Single-Family Tudors are the Golden Retrievers of Residential Real Estate.”

Or, if you’re an NFL fan, “Which NFL Team best represents your neighborhood?” 

Then discuss commonalities between the two categories you’re comparing. These can be very broad comparisons, but will serve to attract like-minded people to your site.


Hosting community events is a great way to rub elbows with your neighbors and potential clientele.

Not only can you meet new clients by attracting them to attend, but these are ideal for capturing new content to share on your blog.

The content you share can conform to what activities you arranged for your event. Discuss prize winners, contests, charitable givers, or whatever you feel best portrays your events as community unifiers.

Content generated from these presents the opportunity for promotion both before the event, and advertising your business afterwards.


This might not necessarily be the focal point of your blog since it won’t generate as much interest, but demonstrating your professionalism, experience, and knowledge of the local real estate market is a good way to present your aptitude as a Realtor, and give you an additional recurring source of updates and information to maintain a blog with consistent posting.

a. Market Open Houses

Every time you host or hold an open house, this presents an opportunity for a blog post.

Write pricing comparisons of the house you’re hosting relative to the surrounding area, and include graphics from you’re CMA provider.

Describe the house briefly, (this can be the same description in your local MLS or on consumer facing listing platforms like Zillow), then add visual content like embedded drone videos, virtual tours, or listing photos.

This will not only increase traffic to your site and open homes, but demonstrate to sellers the amount of effort you put in when given the opportunity to represent a listing, increasing the number of leads you receive and your referral business.

b. Local Market Updates

To demonstrate you have your finger on the pulse of the local real estate market, periodically post market updates for the neighborhoods in which you operate.

These updates can also show readers that you are a credible source of real estate knowledge in their local area and can lead to more business.

c. Mortgage Rate Updates

Keeping your readers up to date with changing mortgage rates will help further establish your reliability as a real estate expert.

These posts are quick and simple since the data is readily available and require only short blurbs as to the effect on potential buyers and sellers.


We mentioned utilizing reposts from other blogs is a good way to uphold a consistent posting schedule, and there is no shortage of posts for this topic.

If you do use other posts for this category, try to make sure they reference local companies that can carry out these tasks for home owners. That way, your blog remains more relevant to the local community and additionally increases your SEO score.

If posts referencing local businesses don’t exist, use ideas or concepts from these other posts, then include services of local businesses that can remedy or help with these ideas.

As always, be sure to contact the local business when you do this and encourage them to share your post on their social media as well.

Key Takeaways:

Choose generalized topics in your local community that consistently generate new updates and information.

Once you’ve written about those changes and shared them on your social media channels, contact the organizations or companies mentioned in your article, and ask them to share it on theirs’ as well. 

If you’re busy with other facets of your real estate business, posting content from other sources particularly with regard to market updates or broad real estate questions the general public poses is a good way to maintain a consistent posting process.