Mar 18 2016

5 Tips how to write real estate BIO

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Keep it simple & short. Keep your information short because nobody is going to spend more than a minute reading your bio.

Introduce yourself… like a real person. Always start with your name. People need to know who you are before they learn what you do. Add some personal statement about you.

Write your biography in the third person. Write in the third person, even if you are the one writing it.Writing in the third person makes information about you shareable and accessible.

Video or Photo. It’s important to show your client Including images on your message about you“ isn’t just about making it look pretty (though that certainly helps)—it’s about building trust.Include your photo or create a professional looking short video of yourself stating your bio.

Social Media. Don’t forget to share your contact information. Include something like “follow me on instagram” or “connect with me on Facebook” or whatever pages you have.

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