Four Ways to Make The Holiday Season A Success

As the holiday season settles in, it’s not unusual to have a lull in your real estate season. However, this doesn’t have to be the case for you this season. With a sprinkle of creativity, you can stay on top of the real-estate game with just a few fun marketing techniques that are perfect for the holiday season.

A Guide to Decorating For the Holiday Season

One of the most beloved traditions for the holiday season is being able to decorate our homes. Everyone has their own style and their own set of tricks, so compile your favorites into one easy-to-read guide for your past and potential clients. From how-to: hang your lights without damaging your home to your favorite DIY garland, a guide to the holiday season is a perfect tool to maintain your presence in the slow season.

And The Winner Is . . .

A simple but effective tool to use is contests. Everyone loves a chance to win something, whether recognition or a gift card to a home improvement store, a contest is a fun and easy way to interact with clients. Have them show off their holiday decor in a simple picture or their favorite DIY project they’ve created in quarantine. Post these photos on your social media pages, and whoever gets the most likes and interactions wins!

Get on Pinterest

Pinterest is a highly popular and loved app to share inspiration, recipes, DIY projects, and more. Get on Pinterest and curate some of your favorites to share with your clients for the holiday season. You can even make a collaborative board so any client can share their favorite recipes and projects that are inspiring them this holiday season.

There’s Always Room for Improvement

There’s always something to improve on, either as an individual or as a real estate agent. Take time to reflect on your year, and see how you can make changes throughout your role as an agent for the better. 

While this season may seem daunting, it doesn’t have to be. Don’t be afraid to have some fun and spread the holiday cheer with your clients this season.