When working with renters, you’ll need to brush up on your outreach plans–renters don’t stay renters forever and working with renters is a great way to build a pipeline of first time homebuyers. However, what if your client seems like they might be ready to get into a home already (no outreach plan needed)? For some, homeownership might be the more prudent decision. Renters might not know that current market conditions favor renting, or that they don’t really need a 20% downpayment to buy a house. They might, actually, be prepared to buy. See this one page resource from Rental Beast resource on how you can convert renters to buyers.
One of the most common questions we got asked by agents new to our platform was, “where do I begin?” We hear you. Continuing education can be tough to fit into an already packed schedule–not to mention its expensive. However, with Rental Beast University, it doesn’t need to be either! RBU is an online, interactive learning platform with on-demand courses designed for agents of all levels. In our series of self-paced online webinars, you’ll learn how to handle every step of the leasing process– from generating leads to signing leads. Agents can get up-to-date on the best practices for social media, and get personalized one-on-one coaching from industry experts. If you’re looking for some light reading, read tips and tricks from our coaches at the Rental Beast forums. With Rental Beast University, it’s easy to expand your capacity and learn new skills!
We want to let you know what’s in Rental Beast University, so every week we give you a sneak peek. See some of our latest blogs from our coaches (Related: Your Guide to Renters Insurance) and read our one page resources that summarize our webinars, like this one about figuring out how you can convert renters to buyers
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