What to Say to a New Lead (and What NOT to Say!)

School never officially ends for the savviest of real estate agents. As professionals in a highly dynamic market, all agents need to keep adapting, growing, and learning. To help, we created Rental Beast University, an interactive education platform for agents of all levels. Enroll in one of our dozens of on-demand video seminars to learn the ins-and-outs of the rental process, best practices for social media and internet lead generation, and smart ways to convert renters to buyers. Each seminar has short assignments, and we have experienced coaches on staff ready to give you timely, actionable feedback (No grades, by the way! Just individualized help) All of our assignments– from writing scripts, to recording conversations, to blocking out your own schedule– help you sharpen your skill-set, and our coaches are there to guide you to success.

Want to debrief with some other agents? Feeling excited to share all the new things you’ve been learning? Head over to the forums– our virtual student union– to chat with other agents about what you’re learning. There, you can also read RBU exclusive content from our coaches. Learn tested and true tips and tricks from our Real Estate experts (and share your own, too!) or read our selection of articles curated to address your pain points.

Once you finish a course, you get a very official virtual diploma (go ahead, print and frame it)!

Here’s a sneak peak at Rental Beast University– a one-page resource on how you can convey value your value from the outset and capture a lead’s attention.

Also, check out a longer blog from an expert coach at Rental Beast University:

Related: The 2020 Business Plan Used by Experts

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Full access to Rental Beast University comes with a subscription to Rental Beast. My First Deal Bootcamp– a course that gets new agents on a fast track to rental success–is available with a free version of Rental Beast.

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