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What’s the difference between a lead and a prospect? A prospect is a potential lead. They need your service, but they haven’t specifically picked you. While pursuing prospects is a worthy investment of your time, what you really want are leads. That’s when you have the name and contact information for someone who is a potential future client.
The single biggest difference between prospects and leads is their engagement. Prospects need to be identified and cultivated. They are a distinct investment in your time and efforts, and with the right amount of outreach from you demonstrating your talents and abilities, they will likely contact you when the time is right for them.
Leads, on the other hand, are characterized by two-way communication. A lead has already responded to your marketing efforts, and they’ve reached out to provide you with their contact info – either through a call or online form. If you can contact them, then they’re a lead.
Identifying prospects, nurturing leads and converting them into clients is a big part of a real estate professional’s day – generating real estate leads. One of the biggest mistakes made is not regularly following up with their prospects and leads.
Here are five suggestions for bringing in more leads:
Miriam-Webster defines a prospect as “something that can develop or become actual.” To turn possibilities into a sure thing, you need to have access to the best and most current real estate information possible.
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