Real Estate marketing can lead to a large number of sales when done right. Marketing in real estate has to be done on a continual basis. A real estate agent close sales when marketing is effectively done. These are the top 3 ways to market your real estate properties.


Websites are a perfect place to showcase your listings to all potential clients. Sometimes your identified clients are not local or easily marketed to with traditional methods. Each property should have a website with its own dedicated property-specific Web domain or address, such as http://www.123MainStreet.com. The goal is to make it easy for both buyers and agents to locate. Some clients have even come to expect all legitimate businesses to have an online presence.


Communication via email marketing is still the best way to stay in touch with past clients and generate valuable leads. Most people check their email accounts everyday and will forward any relevant emails to friends, family and colleagues.

Timely emails are the foundation of any effective real estate marketing strategy but remember, your focus should be on helping your clients not selling to them.



With the prevalence of social networks and social media today, it can be crucial to use social media to market your properties There are many ways to use social media to market small business.

Posting a listing on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram will guarantee it will be seen by thousands, perhaps even hundreds of thousands, of people.

If you’re not fully utilising social media, then you could be missing out on valuable opportunities for sales and leads.


At the time of writing, Joy Gundu, the CEO is a Real Estate Broker at Castle HomesNg in Abuja, Nigeria.

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