taking a big step toward setting up your online sales counselor program for new home builders

For smaller builders adding a new person to their team is a big step. So it’s important to start it out on the right foot. A professionally and properly implemented OSC program will convert digital traffic into appointments for onsite agents but it’s more than just a call center. The key factors in setting up…

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Over the past couple of weeks, life seems to be continually changing in the building industry. I’ve had the good fortune to have amazing industry friends who have pulled together to provide ideas and information during these unprecedented times. Myself, Carol Morgan, Founder, and President of Denim Marketing, Kimberly Mackey, Founder, and Sales & Marketing…

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As the real estate market cools, interest prices on the rise, and competition becomes more stiff there are several things that new home builders will need to do to stay on top of their game. One of the most important elements will be implementing or fine tuning their online sales programs. Having a dedicated Online…

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Online Sales 360 degree evaluation

Have you heard that old parable about putting 20 blind people in a room with an elephant? Each person has a different experience with the elephant. The first leans against it feeling a sturdy wall. The second feels the tip of a tusk and believes it to be a spear. The next feels the trunk…

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photo of sales counselor on phone

Having a dedicated online lead manager is a good position to create, fill, and train. Whether you are a new home builder, a real estate broker, or a real estate team, online sales is a very important aspect for your business. 90% of new home buyers begin their search online. The majority of people are…

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It isn’t always easy to keep up with the myriad of tasks you have on your plate as a business owner.  Can you outsource your blogging, social media, and online sales? These three important aspects of your homebuilding business are definitely elements that need to be expertly addressed.  If you have a small office, and…

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The other day I attended my first networking luncheon in Northern Virginia. I just moved recently and now that I’m starting out from scratch, it’s an interesting process. Sometimes networking is a little bit like traveling around the world. There are set questions that people ask as soon as you meet them. With travel it…

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