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#463056 - 12/10/18 03:01 AM What kind of websites would you want that your brokerage doesn't include?
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Loc: Dallas, TX
I'm a former realtor working towards a career as a full stack developer and web designer, mostly due to the fact that I suck with people being autistic. I was trying to think of a business that maybe I can build up developing websites for realtors using javascript for front end and java for back end. Most of the ideas I can think of already are covered with the websites given through Keller Williams, Coldwell Banker, etc.

Is there anything you can think of that your company website doesn't offer that you could use to generate more leads?

For example, I used a cognito forms generic online form when I was a realtor and posted the link to Craigslist, and I would have people enter some information such as if they were behind on their mortgage payments to fill out the form of if interested in a short sale, or if they were looking to rent out their home to fill out the form and what they're trying to get. However, these are only generic and forms only, so aren't a website where they can get more information.

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#463187 - 12/31/18 02:31 PM Re: What kind of websites would you want that your brokerage doesn't include? [Re: Granta Omega]
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One page sales letters offering something of value to get potential sellers to raise their hand and drop their information (just like what you described above). Heck, I wonder if you could just make up those types of websites and then when you get leads refer them out... but to refer I believe you need to be licensed.
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#463206 - 01/03/19 02:31 AM Re: What kind of websites would you want that your brokerage doesn't include? [Re: Granta Omega]
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Something with one particular aspect of real estate is my idea too.

Such as an agent who specializes in short sales can send out mailings with a website where they fill out a form with their information about how behind they are on their mortgage and other relevant information.

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#463211 - 01/03/19 04:38 PM Re: What kind of websites would you want that your brokerage doesn't include? [Re: Granta Omega]
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As the saying goes... Riches are in niches! ha
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