1. Why should a realtor choose Real Estate Leads?
Realtors should choose to sign up with Real Estate Leads if they are not generating new clientele to the extent they need to
be with their existing approach to finding new real estate clients. The consensus among realtors who are using the service is that the number of new
clients they obtain from the leads makes the expense of using it a worthwhile investment in the growth of their real estate business or PREC. It is a
valuable and proven-effective way to get much more out of any realtor’s new client prospecting efforts.
2. What is Real Estate Leads?
Real Estate Leads is a completely independent real estate advertising service company providing services to individual real
estate agents or firms, but not working directly with any real estate buyer or seller. They do not receive commissions or charge fees for any real
estate transactions stemming from the service they provide for real estate agents.
3. How does Real Estate Leads generate their leads?
Real Estate Leads manages hundreds of websites and invests in search engine placement and pay-per-click advertising with
search engines like Google, MSN, and Yahoo. This selective approach generates thousands of requests for real estate services every month. The leads
are for real estate services and marketed to real estate professionals.
4. Why should I use your service?
Real Estate Leads generates quality leads consistently and forwards them without delay, saving real estate agents time and
effort. This allows agents to dedicate additional time and resources to other aspects of their business. The service’s popularity suggests that most
agents are pleased with it.
5. What types of leads are generated and how are they handled?
Both home buyer and home seller leads are generated by the system. Buyer leads are generated through site advertising on
relevant websites, while seller leads are generated through a reverse seller funnel from our buyer system. The leads are evaluated and passed along to
the agents, and the individuals automatically receive an introductory email.
6. Why wouldn’t these leads call/have called a local agent?
Many potential sellers and buyers begin by collecting information and researching online before contacting a real estate
professional. Real Estate Leads’ expertise in search engine rankings and ad placement ensures that they can reach these individuals consistently,
providing a professional real estate agent referral while serving as a comfortable intermediary.
7. Brokers provide me with leads. Why should I pay for yours?
Real Estate Leads does the marketing and provides leads, allowing agents to focus on converting leads into listings or
homebuyers without exhausting their time and resources in qualifying and pursuing them. It’s a solution for agents who want to enhance the volume
and quality of their leads.
8. Would the leads I receive also be made available to other agents?
No, leads realtors receive from Real Estate Leads will only be received by that one agent, although it may be possible other
realtors are receiving leads that are in the same city or region of the country as yours.
9. Am I limited to one territory?
No, agents can claim as many territories as they are capable of managing effectively. There’s no limitation as long as the
territories are available and the agent can serve clients there effectively.
10. Would there be additional costs to take on more territories?
Yes, there will be additional Real Estate Leads subscription costs when an agent who is signed up with us adds additional
territories to the one(s) they are already receiving leads for.
11. Is there a contract?
Yes, Real Estate Leads offers a month-to-month package and a yearly contract at a lower monthly rate for those satisfied
with the lead generation system. We also have no-contract options available and contract options with no setup fee are also possible.
1. How to get leads for real estate agents?
There are many ways realtors can generate new leads for themselves, and for home sellers the best way is to canvas the
neighborhood and making efforts to talk to as many people as possible. That can be either in their home or out of it, and for home buyers it is best
to make yourself visible as a new agent who is able to guide people with their purchase as a first-time or returning homebuyer. These days leads for
both types of clients can also be generated with smart advertising and business promotion platforms, where you’re ideally seen as a local real
estate professional with contact details made clearly available.
2. Which market is best for new real estate agents to get leads?
There is no one ‘best’ market for realtors to be focusing on when trying to get new business leads, but there will be
more greater numbers of leads in areas where there is extensive residential development around cities that are desirable ones for people to live in.
That will mean that greater number of leads will exist in major metro regions of big cities in Canada, but that also means there will be more realtors
in those areas competing for these leads.
3. Are real estate agents still good leads for hold property?
Yes, other real estate agents working in the same region that you do can be a source of new leads. It is not uncommon for
realtors to pass on leads if they feel they don’t have the resources to commit to a new client at that time given how busy they are currently. In
order for this to be possible for you must be proactive in networking with realtors and also carrying yourself well as a friendly, knowledgeable
individual who understands that every agent has an interest in their own success first and foremost.
4. How many real estate agents are looking for leads?
Every realtor working in a city or town in Canada is going to be looking for leads, and there may be other real estate
agents who works with clients in the same location you do. However, what is important to remember with Real Estate Leads is this; even if those
realtors are signed up with Real Estate Leads too you will still receive leads that are exclusive to you. There are always going to be other real
estate agents looking for leads, but each month the leads you receive from Real Estate Leads will have been provided to you only.
5. Where do realtors get most of their leads?
Realtors get most of their leads through their professional and personal networks. Then along with this primary source of
new business they also generate new clientele from referrals made by former clients or professional acquaintances that vouch for them as good real
estate agent to work with. These days realtors in Canada receive greater numbers of leads through their social media profiles.
6. How do real estate agents generate leads?
Real estate agents generate leads through traditional advertising, digital and social media, professional networking,
self-promotion through community initiatives, canvassing neighborhoods with door knocking or other in-person introduction approaches, and taking
advantage of new real estate marketing platforms like the online lead generator we have here at Real Estate Leads.
7. How to get free leads for Real Estate?
Your best approach to receiving real estate leads for free will be to speak to as many people as you can inside and outside
your professional circle and in social settings too. You can also try door knocking or other traditional ways of meeting new clients. It is unlikely
that you will be able to find any online source that will provide you with leads for prospective new clients for free. But our real estate lead system
here at Real Estate Leads is reasonably affordable and one that many realtors quickly come to see as a good investment in building their real estate
8. What percentage of leads turn into sales real estate?
Determining an average percentage of the number of leads from Real Estate Leads that turn into sales for real estate agents
would isn’t possible. It would require submission of confirming numbers from participating agents and that is not something that would be asking
agents to do here. However, it is not unreasonable to assume that around 1 in every 3 or 4 leads has the potential to result in a home bought or sold
by clients generated from our system provided the realtors meets their professional expectations and what they want to see from a realtor they will
choose to work with.
9. How much should I spend on Real Estate Leads?
Your initial $200 new sign-up deposit will include $10 in Canadian GST (different amount for Provinces with an HST
harmonized sales tax) and then following that the monthly fee for using this service is $799 with the realtor’s deposit deducted from the first
month’s membership payment.
10. How many leads a day for sales?
Realtors using our service will receive leads on a daily basis, and the number of leads they receive will usually add up to
fairly consistent amount per month but there is no set amount of leads a realtor will be guaranteed to receive in just one day.
11. How often should you follow up with real estate leads?
There is no concrete guideline around how often it is advisable or appropriate to contact new clientele leads that may want
to buy or sell a home in your city or town. But generally leads should be contacted immediately after being received and there should be at least 6 to
7 ‘touches’ that occur between the realtor and the prospective client before the lead is dismissed.
12. How many calls should you make a day in real estate?
Again, this will depend on the individual, the scope of their work as an agent, and the type / size of the market they are
working in. Unless they are cold calling, most realtors will be making calls objectively with specific reasons for their interest in speaking with
clients, prospective ones, or other real estate agents. If you are cold calling, making 15 calls a day has long been considered an industry standard
as a minimum.
13. How long do most new real estate agents last?
There is employment field research indicating that around 40% of newly licensed realtors are no longer working or
advertising themselves as a real estate agent within 2 years of starting their career. However, realtors who put the time, effort, and investment into
growing their real estate business are much more likely to be part of the majority who do continue to work in real estate because of their
experiencing success and a good income from it. Converting real estate leads into clients is very much a part of that.
14. What do you say when calling real estate leads?
The best approaching when speaking to a person our service has made you aware of as a potential real estate client is to be
straightforward and genuine. Introduce yourself as a real estate agent first and make sure they are immediately clear as to who you are and why
you’re contacting them. From there just be sincere – explain that you’ve become aware they are looking to make a real estate move and you’d
like it if they’d consider you as the realtor they work with. If they are receptive to that, then start to explain what makes you the best choice
and what you are able to do to assist them.
15. Is it better to call or text real estate leads?
A text is a very impersonal form of communication, and although many people do prefer texts for ongoing communications
around business interests it is never a good idea to make your first communication with a person via a text. This is true when you introducing
yourself as a real estate agent and inquiring about the possibility of securing them as your client. Calling a real estate lead is best.
16. What is the best time of day to make real estate calls?
The late morning or early evening are the two best times to make real estate calls, but if you are making calls in an area
where older and retired live more predominantly then you may find that the mid-afternoon is the best time to make your real estate lead inquiry
17. What is a cold caller in real estate?
A cold caller is a real estate agent who reaches out to people over the phone to inquire about their having any interest in
buying or selling real estate, but doing so without anything to indicate they are a ‘warm lead’ based on preceding information.
18. What are the 4 pillars of real estate cold calling?
The 4 aspects that should be in your spoken communications over the phone when real estate cold calling are to be polite,
confident, informative, and appreciative. Being polite and not being overly intrusive about what a homeowner wants to do with their home is an obvious
one, and being thankful for their time is another. But you should also be confident in selling yourself as their best choice for a real estate agent.
Lastly, you should strive to be as informative as possible and presenting that information in the most helpful manner for these people.
1. How to convert real estate leads into sales?
Realtors who are successful with converting real estate leads will have first convinced the home owners that they are the
best realtor to sell their home for the best return on the value of it, or providing them with a similar assurance if they are buying a home and
making the clients believe they have the best knowledge of the local market to do that. Following that they will have done their due diligence in
pricing and marketing the home, or generating possible homes that meet the criteria and budget for would-be homebuyers.
2. What real estate company leads the market in home sales?
Royal LePage is the leading company for home sales in Canada, with an estimated 27% of homes sold in Canada being listed by
agents working with one of the Royal LePage brokerages across Canada.
3. How quickly should email sales leads be responded to in real estate?
Leads that are made available to realtors should be responded to immediately.
4. What is the best method for converting real estate leads into sales?
The best approach is to have a concrete plan for how you’re going to market and home and what you will do to distinguish
it from similar properties on the market. Then you need to effectively act on that plan while at the same time explaining it in full to the homeowners
as you put it into motion. Then you must be able to handle negotiations between yourself and any realtor who may represent the would-be homeowners who
are submitting an offer(s) on the home.
5. What is a typical sales conversion rate from leads in real estate?
There is no typical conversion rate that we could legitimately claim here, and in fairness it will be heavily dependent on
the agent having real expertise in real estate and the means of conveying that expertise to the clients who are selling their home or looking to buy
one with the help of a real estate agent.
1. How to get leads as a new real estate agent?
New real estate agents are not disadvantaged by being new to the profession outside of the fact that they will not have
built the same client list that a more experienced realtor will be able to work from. All of the same standard approaches will work; traditional
advertising, extensive social and business networking, promoting through digital advertising, print, and traditional approaches like door knocking and
2. How to get more leads as a real estate agent?
The only way to dig up more leads as a real estate agent is to make contact with new people and speak with them about their
interest in buying or selling a home. That can be done by traditional means with advertising, canvassing neighborhoods through door knocking, and
other face-to-face approaches, but these days it is increasingly common to use Internet applications to be made aware of the contact details for
people who’ve voluntarily expressed their interest in speaking with a realtor.
3. Do real estate brokers give agents leads?
A real estate brokerage will not have any members of its executive or anyone else providing leads on new clientele to
realtors who work within that brokerage, but it may be possible that other realtors working for the brokerage will pass on leads to you if they are
too busy to take on new clientele themselves or don’t see the client as being a good fit for them at this time.
4. How to sell leads to real estate agents?
With any arrangement where you are in possession of leads indicating people who will want to work with a realtor in the near
future and you want to sell those leads to a realtor, you are free to sell them for whatever price you see fit and the other person is willing to
agree to. Start by approaching real estate agents you know and state that you have leads you would be willing to provide to them for a price.
5. How do I close leads as a real estate agent?
The best way to close leads as a real estate agent is to perform you duties as a realtor to the best of your abilities in
serving clients who you secured after being presented to you as a lead. This will be true for homes bought or sold on behalf of all your clients, no
matter how you came to acquire them and added them to your client list. If you are a capable real estate agent and you do apply yourself to the best
of your abilities then there will be no reason why you shouldn’t be able to close leads.
6. How do real estate agents buy leads?
This is not an easy question to answer definitively, as real estate agents who are buying leads will have different
arrangements when doing so. If the realtors is using an online lead generations service like ours then their payment for the leads will be made
through their sign-up agreement and via whatever payment method they provided at sign up. But other arrangements may be possible for buying real
estate leads, but we cannot say how exactly they may be buying those leads.
7. How many agents buy real estate leads?
There is nothing for us to access that would provide an answer to the specific number of real estate agents who are buying
real estate leads. However, it is safe to assume that more realtors than ever before are investing in ways to grow their business more efficiently and
building a client base as part of that. Buying real estate leads may be a part of that for a good majority of them.
8. How to lead a sales team of realtors?
The first requirement for anyone who will be leading a sales team of realtors will be that they are a very experience and
knowledgeable real estate professional with an explicitly strong understanding of the local market and how to best serve clients in it. From there the
next focus will be on effectively communicating that knowledge to the team members who will be looking to the leader to provide it for them. Be
accommodating of questions from the team, and be as proactive as you can be in helping them contribute to your collective success.
9. Do any lead generation systems work for real estate agents?
Yes, there are a number of different lead generation systems for realtors but many don’t provide the same level of quality
leads that are for genuine potential clients. The leads realtors receive from us are always high quality ones for people who are more likely to be
buying or selling a home, and that makes Real Estate Leads different from a lot of the other lead provider services.
10. What are the best lead generators for real estate agents?
There is no one best lead generator for realtors, but our real estate lead system here at Real Estate Leads is as good as
any you’ll find and we have extensive feedback from realtors who’ve said that our service met their every expectation and does exactly what it
promises to do with providing them with genuine new clientele leads. In this way we have distanced ourselves from other lead providers that don’t
offer the same quality of leads.
11. What is a lead agent in real estate?
A lead agent in real estate is a term used for the individual who is most frequently in direct communication with clients
buying or selling a home when the listing is shared between realtors.
12. What is lead generation for real estate agents?
Lead generations for real estate agents involves looking for, identifying, and then making initial contact with individuals,
couples, or families who would like to meet and work with a realtor based on their plan to buy or sell a home in the near future.
13. What real estate brokerages feed leads to their agents?
To our knowledge there are no individual real estate brokerages that feed leads to their agents, although they may have
other means of pointing realtors in the direction of people who are keen to work with a realtor. There may be brokerages that employ the use of a real
estate lead generation system and then feeds leads to realtors working there, but it is not possible for us to provide the names or locations of these
brokerages as we can’t confirm any that are actually doing this.
14. What to do with an Internet lead as a real estate agent?
Realtors who have received an Internet leading that may identify a potential new client should reach out to the person(s) as
soon as is possible, but before doing so they should prepare themselves with as much information on market conditions as possible as well as a
framework of questions that they will ask the prospective clients that will both give them a picture of what they are looking for or what outcomes
they are hoping to see with regards to the sale of their home. Lastly, be very polite and accommodating when you make contact with them and be
respectful of the fact is you reaching out to them , and not the other way around.
1. How to generate real estate leads online?
Part of online marketing for real estate agents will almost always involve their own real estate website nowadays. Making
yourself clearly available to answer client questions through a contract form on the website and doing other things like offering free market
evaluations is where your need to start with generating real estate leads online, but you can also do well if you have a polished profile in social
media channels. Be active in discussions around local real estate, share your knowledge and expertise, and encourage interested parties to be in touch
with you at their convenience. You can also do what many realtors are doing these days and pay to use an online real estate lead generation service
like ours here at Real Estate Leads.
2. How to convert online real estate leads?
The best way to convert online real estate leads is to provide services as a realtor to the best of your abilities when
helping clients who chose to work with you after originally being a lead. This will be the case for homes bought or sold on behalf of all your
clients, and in any way you came to acquire them and they became part of your client list. If you are a capable real estate agent and you do apply
yourself to the best of your abilities then there will be no reason why you shouldn’t be able to convert the leads.
3. How to generate leads online in real estate?
Effective online marketing for real estate agents will typically involve their own real estate website nowadays. Presenting
yourself as ready to answer client questions through a contract form on the website and doing other things like offering free market evaluations is
the best starting point for generating real estate leads online. Being active in social media channel can work well too, especially if the discussions
around local real estate. Share your knowledge and expertise, and make it clear to interested parties they can be in touch with you at any time. You
can also do what many realtors are doing these days and pay to use an online real estate lead generation service like ours here at Real Estate
1. How to generate real estate leads for realtors?
The best way for relators to generate new leads is to set aside a certain amount of time each where you’re going to be
prospecting for new leads, and try all sorts of different approaches to doing that and keep track of which ones outperform others when it comes to
uncovering new real estate leads. These days a good portion of your efforts will probably be through digital channels, including promoting yourself
online and encouraging homebuyers or home sellers to contact you if they feel they would like to work with a realtor. And of course you can
considering an online real estate lead generation service.
1. How to get seller leads in real estate?
Potential clients who will be selling a home will be very interested to know of current marketing conditions and the median
prices for homes like theirs that are being sold. As a real estate pro that information should be something you are very proactive into getting into
their hands if they come to be in contact with you. Seller leads can increasingly also be obtained through digital channels, but seller leads are not
as common with the leads that realtors will get when they are signed up with an online real estate lead generation system like ours here at Real
Estate Leads. Buyer leads are generated more regular.
1. How to respond to Internet real estate leads?
You should respond to Internet leads by reaching out the prospective client in their preferred contact method and
introducing yourself as a real estate agent who has been working in that city or town for X number of years and them asking them if they would like to
have a discussion about their plans with the purchase or sale of real estate. If they agree to that then you should change the approach somewhat and
begin to incorporate your promotion of yourself as a good choice if they do decide to work with a realtor.
1. How much do real estate agents pay for leads?
This will depend on the realtor and who or what service they are buying their leads from. Here at Real Estate Leads realtors
will pay a monthly membership fee but agents who are purchasing leads elsewhere may be paying for them with a different arrangement and paying a
higher or lower amount. The smaller buyer package here at Real Estate Leads is $799 per month.
1. How to find property management leads?
Realtors who are either involved in property management or have clients with an interest in it can get property management
leads if they are very proactive in looking for them. The best approach is to speak to property owners who have commercial properties for sale and
inquire if there is any way to be put in touch with current or future buyers who may want to have the property managed for them after the sale.
1. How many online real estate leads equals a sale?
It is not possible for us to quantify how many real estate leads are realtor would need to receive before one of them
results in the sale or purchase of a home. This will depend on the individual and their abilities as an agent, the market in which the realtor and
clients are working, and other factors that contribute to competition in the business among real estate agents. There are other factors too, but in
conclusion there is no way to say the number of leads required here. For some realtors it may be just one, but for others they may go through all
their leads and still not gain any business from them.