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Smart Strategies to Wow Sellers and Win More Listings (4/15)

by | Apr 08, 2014


Tuesday, April 15, 2014 10:00 AM PDT

You only get one shot to wow potential clients and win the lucrative listings that can help you take your business to the next level. Don't blow your chance!

Today's sophisticated real estate consumers are looking for the agent who is a master at marketing listings and who they can trust to get their home sold—in record time and at a great price. With a little know-how, any agent can learn how to wow sellers and stand out from the competition.

Join Trulia Senior Manager Matt Holder to learn:

  • Best practices for responding to and converting more seller leads
  • How to craft compelling content and nurture soon-to-be sellers into real world clients
  • Free tools and top tricks to help take your listing presentations up a notch
  • New tactics and tips that can help you connect with quality sellers in your target market

Register now!

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