Low Inventory Campaign Success

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Hi all,

I want to share a couple of amazing success stories that have resulted from agents simply sending out the “low inventory” e-cards to their contacts on New Panda. These are the cards (which can be found by clicking here) that can help educate your clients on the current market conditions.  The following testimonials prove that it is worth taking the extra few minutes to reach out to your contacts, some you may not have heard from in a while, to potentially get new business.  I hope that you will use these tools, and I look forward to hearing about your success!

One Card – Six Listing Appointments
“I sent out the New Panda e-card titled “The Right Timing” and received six new listing appointments that week!  Our homeowners just simply aren’t aware of the low inventory in the market, but once they saw the message they immediately thought to jump on the opportunity.”
– Steve Cohen, Northwest office

Reconnecting With Old Customers
In early March we sent our customers the “Supply & Demand” e-card and were pleasantly surprised by the response we received. We heard back from 25 of our customers, some of which we haven’t heard from in over a year. Our customers really responded to the tone of the e-card and took it personal.  From this e-mail, we secured one listing and are about to get a second and potentially a third through a referral.  We appreciate the easy tool already set in place for us!
Kathy & Tom Pehowski – Mequon Office

To check out this marketing campaign, please visit the campaign web site by clicking here. Make sure you are reconnecting with your past clients and helping to create awareness of the new market that we are in. Thanks for all you do.

Fran

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