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Social Selling Made Simple with Marki is the place for Real Estate Professionals to learn how to leverage AI to increase their productivity, leads, and income. AI will empower you to sell more homes and help more people.

You'll hear candid conversations with industry leaders, successful agents, coaches, and productivity experts who use artificial intelligence to generate more leads in less time.

Dec 10, 2019

In order to set ourselves apart in our markets, we have to rethink our approach to marketing and advertising - with a focus on lifestyle, not home features. How do traditional amenities based listings and ads actually disqualify a lot of potential clients that we could be converting? How can we leverage video in order to effectively market to millennials? How do we bring goals and aspirations into our marketing plan? On this episode I’m honored to be joined by real estate icon, coach and speaker, Jim Remley, as we discuss how we can convert more people by telling a story. 


4 Takeaways

When we create ads, we should be asking ourselves if they trigger and drive curiosity. 

When we list the amenities of a home, we actually create chances for people to eliminate our listings. Instead, we should be telling a story centered around the lifestyle opportunities of the home. 

Of the 13 reasons why someone buys a house, 9 of them are related to location and proximity to services and amenities.

Flagging the next contact is the most important part of every single call we make.


Guest Bio- 

Jim Remley is a speaker, author, and consultant. He is the founder of eRealEstateCoach and the author of The Path to Real Estate Zen, a premium coaching platform for agents looking for a transformation in their real estate career.


In addition, he runs one of the largest real estate firms in the state of Oregon, with over $766 million dollars in sales volume a year with over 160 active brokers.

As a consultant, author, speaker, and trainer, Jim has one mission - to create abundance through simplicity of action.

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