Regular leads are essential to the success of any real estate agent. Leads can be generated through many different means, but one new source is worth looking at – an on-demand platform called Share Your Office. It’s a platform for agents to browse and find different workspaces, whether it’s at a private office or a more conventional co-working space.
Real estate brokerages can list available spaces on Share Your Office to attract new leads, while real estate agents can use the platform to find quality office space from which to conduct their business.
Share Your Space can be used to find offices for rent, co-working spaces for individuals, and small or medium-sized businesses, and also to locate private meeting rooms for those one-off appointments when everything must look the part. It’s possible to search for locations across the country, with filters allowing users to search by zip code, number of team members, room size, budget and more.
One key advantage of using Share Your Office is it often helps agents to generate new leads, because it allows them to establish a multi-city presence. Meanwhile agents can avoid the cost of maintaining offices in several regions at once by only renting out office space as and when it’s needed. By having a real estate business that’s spread across multiple locations, you’ll be more likely to pick up leads in different areas. Share Your Office makes it much easier to expand into new areas and build up your client base, without worrying about the cost of maintaining a new office in a new location.
One idea might be to use Share Your Office to test out new markets. For those who’ve been wanting to expand their real estate business, it’s a great way to test how receptive clients in a new area are, without risking a huge amounting of cash setting up there first. Rather than locking into an expensive new lease, simply rent out a shared office space for a short duration of 3-4 weeks.
As you look to expand the horizons of your business, be sure to use the right tools. Share Your Office increasingly looks as though it’s going to become a key component of any expanding businesses’ tool box.