Your personal real estate agent bio is a marketing tool and effective at assisting you build your brand. A client will be looking for your wisdom, experience and personality and there’s no better place to showcase these things than a bio. Below are some simple suggestions to keep in mind before you write a broker/agent/auctioneer bio. Before we dive into the bio-writing tips, here are some words of wisdom from United Country Real Estate President, Mike Duffy.
“If I had a $1 million property you want to list, these the questions I will have:
After this tell me a little about you as a person, especially if you like to do activities that relate to the property types you like to list and sell.”
Remember, everyone says they are #1. It’s important to “show” why you are #1. Here are a few other tips to consider when writing a consumer-based biography:
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Not all real estate agents are created equal. Some of them are highly knowledgeable, efficient, focused and specialized in certain areas while some aren’t. The decision to buy or sell