Realtors – How Many Positive Google Reviews Do You Have?

Seriously, of the people below… Who do I choose to help me sell my house?

That’s a question that gets asked over and over in this area by people looking for help selling homes, buying homes, finding investment properties, wanting home valuations, etc…

I could call the first agent because he has the highest ratings and the most number of reviews. The others? They’ll probably get skipped because… do they provide poor service? Are they new and inexperienced? Is this a part time job for them? Based on this listing, I can’t tell and they won’t get my call.

Why do so many agents TOTALLY IGNORE their online reputation on sites like Google, Zillow, Trulia, and Facebook? Losing out on business that would have ALREADY come their way. Instead, they’re too dependent on referrals. That’s sad, because most of these agents really care about the people they look after (and their families), and usually go way above the call of duty to make sure every detail is handled.

I’m looking to help 1-2 more realtors get more business. Leave a comment below if you want to see my plan and how to get hundreds of real reviews, beat the competitors out of the water and get you more opportunities to help buyers and sellers.

When I get enough comments, I’ll update this post with the step-by-step plan I’ve given real estate agents that routinely result in more buyer and seller leads. So comment “I’m interested” below.

Please comment below only if you’re interested in learning and I’ll message you some information, but please don’t waste my time or yours if you are too busy with open houses rather than growing your business. This is not for “newbies” sorry this is for actual FULL-TIME real estate agents that are eager to dominate this market.

Facebook message me @TheHettAgency or email me at for more information.


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