Thursday, September 23, 2010

Finding your niche market

It is important as real estate professionals to find a niche, what particular aspect of the industry will make you happy and successful. Ask yourself what type of consumers are you best suited to work with? Is working with first time home buyers your passion? If so, then fully educate yourself on every aspect that pertains to that group. What programs are available to them, what costs should they expect to incur at closing and so on. You may decide that a particular area is your niche, so your next step is to be an authority on that geographical area, find any and all information pertaining to that area so you are ready and able to pass on your expertise to your customers. Take charge of your career find your ideal niche and remember that it isn’t possible to be everything to everyone.



“Obstacles are things a person sees when he takes his eyes off his goal.”
E. Joseph Cossman

If you are interested in learning more about Florida Future Realty, Inc. feel free to contact our office at 804 Nicholas Pkwy E, Suite 3, Cape Coral, FL 33990, via phone at 239-542-8521, online at http://findcapecoralrealestate.com/careers or via email at FloridaFuture@gmail.com. Susan Milner, the broker in charge & owner of Florida Future Realty, Inc. can also be reached on her personal cell phone at (239) 218-2229. All contact will remain strictly confidential. Unless otherwise noted, all content is protected by copyright laws. Copyright 2010-2016 Susan Milner of Florida Future Realty, Inc.

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Social media

Social media has revolutionized the way people communicate; professionally, personally, and even the way we advertise our services. The trick to using social media sites like facebook is to utilize them in the most advantageous way to you.

The key is to make meaningful contact with other industry professionals, potential clients and building authentic relationships with them. By being real and completely transparent people are more likely to use your services over another’s or refer their friends and family to you. Your personal Facebook page should have great balance of personal and professional information, save the advertisements for your fan page. If you are always trying to solicit business people stop listening to what you have to say, or possibly blocking the relationship completely. Always use your common sense when posting, and be sure to keep it professional.




Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does.
— William James

If you are interested in learning more about Florida Future Realty, Inc. feel free to contact our office at 804 Nicholas Pkwy E, Suite 3, Cape Coral, FL 33990, via phone at 239-542-8521, online at http://findcapecoralrealestate.com/careers or via email at FloridaFuture@gmail.com. Susan Milner, the broker in charge & owner of Florida Future Realty, Inc. can also be reached on her personal cell phone at (239) 218-2229. All contact will remain strictly confidential. Unless otherwise noted, all content is protected by copyright laws. Copyright 2010-2016 Susan Milner of Florida Future Realty, Inc.