Episode 18 | Relationship Building in a Shifting Market

Episode 18 | Relationship Building in a Shifting Market
12 de ene. de 2024 · 23m 1s

Elizabeth and Austin continue their real estate podcast discussion on effective marketing and branding strategies. With the market shifting, they emphasize focusing on fundamentals like building trust and relationships. Austin...

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Elizabeth and Austin continue their real estate podcast discussion on effective marketing and branding strategies. With the market shifting, they emphasize focusing on fundamentals like building trust and relationships. Austin suggests surrounding yourself with knowledgeable peers, becoming a "student of the industry," and using concrete statistics to provide value and strengthen client relationships. They discuss the importance of consistency even when you don't "feel" like working, blocking time for lead generation activities. Elizabeth shares her schedule, including a daily 2-hour "power hour" for contacting her sphere and sending personal notes. She explains her motto of "today I'm going to do tomorrow-Elizabeth a favor" by consistently putting things in the pipeline to generate future income. Overall, they encourage perseverance, intentional scheduling, loving on your sphere of influence, and not getting distracted by industry disruptors trying to "race to the bottom." Keep watering the seeds planted today to reap harvests 90 days from now. Interested in Brian Buffini? Learn more at https://www.buffiniandcompany.com/

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