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Monday, 23 March, 2020

That the Coronavirus pandemic does not stop your real estate business

The #Coronavirus pandemic is a topic that is on everyone's lips. Due to the risks of contagion and to prevent its spread, measures have been taken to reduce human contact. This opens the door to digital transformation.

From now on, the way we conduct our business has changed. Stock market dips and the implementation of telework tell us where to make the most relevant changes in our society.

This has given us the opportunity to value digital tools, also changing the cultural aspect. This pandemic allows us to put in the balance what we really need, like unnecessary employees or jobs.

Job flexibility has become a requirement. Now we have the opportunity to use the digital tools within our reach. The young sector of the population, less weak in the face of contagion, is adapted to the digital age.

With the appearance of this disease, we are changing the way of running the world and its businesses. A before and after has been marked, it is time to dive into the digital age and REU is here to support you.

With the reduction of activities, we face the loss of potential clients. However, our real estate businesses can continue online.

 

A great advantage is that, currently, we can manage our business virtually. This represents time, transportation and effort savings, reducing the need to have agents on the streets.

We can use the resources to work from home. It is an excellent opportunity to reinvent our virtual image, attracting customers without leaving home.

Take advantage of this space to improve the way you run your real estate business. Here are some tips to implement your online services.

Let Coronavirus not stop the growth of your company!

In addition, you should know that the real estate business should not go downhill. Today, sales can also take place virtually, and it is a land that is available to everyone and that you must explore and exploit today.

Do not miss the opportunity to publicize your content, properties and any data that may be of use and interest to your potential customers. Remember that they are not going to leave home either and their main means of communication will be social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and News apps.

The search for potential customers has been facilitated thanks to social networks. This allows us to segment the content, according to the type of buyer we want to attract.

And if you are going to invest in advertising, remember that you must be focused on the trends, tastes and interests of potential customers. Through the RRSS, we can better analyze the interested public.

Time to move your website!

The website is an essential tool for any business. This is the space for our clients to learn about our services. Here you can promote the properties and add contact forms to be able to communicate with them directly.

What if you don't have a website yet? No matter how small your business is, it is important that you open this online space. The space on the internet is the only quarantined place where we can all get together and assist in a massive way without risk of contagion.


Don't let the Coronavirus pandemic slow down your real estate business!

 

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