How to Build and Maintain an Estate Agent Database

A database is an important tool for real estate agents, but many struggle to use it effectively. Having a strong estate agent database can help you stay top of mind with prospective clients and generate repeat business.

It’s also essential to nurture the relationships you’ve established with past clients, even if they are not currently in the market to buy or sell. Statistically, people relocate every seven years, and keeping in touch with the clients you’ve worked with helps ensure that they call you when the time comes to sell or purchase their next home.

Building Your Network: Estate Agent Database

As a result, real estate professionals need to invest in building and maintaining a robust database, with strategies that drive engagement and retention. The best way to build and maintain a solid database is through regular contact, following up with potential leads, connecting with spheres of influence, and networking.

Email marketing is an excellent channel to connect with your estate agent database, but the content you create should be focused and targeted. Personalize your emails with the recipient’s name and other relevant personal details to stand out in a sea of junk mail, and include a clear CTA (call to action) that aligns with the message of the email. Adding a sense of urgency through phrases like ‘Limited time’ or ‘Act now’ can prompt quicker opens. Additionally, ensure that your email is mobile-friendly to cater to a growing segment of your audience.

Poland Price Index 2021 – Interim Polish Prime Minister Adam Glapinski

EU Workers government faces accusations it artificially lowered consumer prices, particularly for fuel and medicines, to give the central bank an excuse to make a crowd-pleasing interest rate cut ahead of the October 15 general election. The move has raised concerns that National Bank of Poland Governor Adam Glapinski, an appointee from the ruling Law and Justice party, is violating his institution’s cherished independence.

In July 2021, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled that the chamber lacked independence from the legislature and executive and ordered Poland to take measures to fix it. The decision triggered a political crisis with the EU, and the ECJ’s rulings are being blocked by the Constitutional Tribunal of Poland.

The ECJ’s judgment in the case is not final, but if it holds up, Poland will be banned from receiving European Union subsidies for six years, effectively putting the country out of business in the global economy. The decision will also trigger a number of other legal disputes with the EU over Poland’s handling of migrants and its treatment of journalists.

Transparency Matters: Ensuring Clarity in Interim Services Pricing in Poland

The INIMA report found that the percentage of women in interim roles in Europe remained flat, at a European average of 14%. Poland (30%), France (20%) and the UK (21%), are among the markets that see the highest proportion of women interims, while the Czech Republic (8%), Italy (9%) and Spain (5%) have lower rates. The report noted that day rates for interims vary across markets, with the average European figure being 999EUR.