The real estate industry is becoming more and more competitive as becoming an agent has become a highly desirable occupation. As an agent working alongside hundreds of others – it’s important to nail your marketing to secure as many clients as possible. 

Here are the best real estate marketing books of 2021:

365 Days of Social Media Posts For Real Estate Agents

365 Days of Social Posts for Real Estate Agents: The Ultimate Guide to Real Estate Social Media Marketing. (Photo via: Freepik)

365 Days of Social Media Posts For Real Estate Agents is the ultimate book for real estate social media marketing. This book provides agents with a year’s worth of creative social media content ideas that are bound to get your audience’s attention. If you are a realtor who understands the importance of social media but lacks the time to brainstorm ideas – this is the book for you.

The 1-Page Marketing Plan: Get New Customers, Make More Money, And Stand out From The Crowd

The 1-Page Marketing Plan: Get New Customers, Make More Money, And Stand out From The Crowd. (Photo via: Freepik)

In The 1-Page Marketing Plan, serial entrepreneur Allan Dib breaks down how to create a marketing plan simple and fast. He describes it as a “marketing implementation breakthrough… It’s literally a single page, divided up into nine squares. With it, you’ll be able to map out your own sophisticated marketing plan and go from zero to marketing hero.”

YouTube for Real Estate Agents: Learn how to get free real estate leads and never cold call again

YouTube for Real Estate Agents: Learn how to get free real estate leads and never cold call again. (Image via: Freepik)

In YouTube for Real Estate Agents author Karin Carr assists you in giving your YouTube channel a complete makeover.  She explains that, “YouTube will give you an unfair advantage over other agents in your market.”

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