Do a little bit of searching and you’ll find that Twitter is a great source of real estate information and insights – as well as an ideal platform for communicating your own message if you happen to be a real estate professional.
Here are seven real estate-related accounts to follow on the micro-blogging site for bite-sized posts that contain some big thoughts.
This feed by The New York Times Real Estate section is heavily focused on the five boroughs, but it often contains links to interesting trends and news stories from around the U.S. This includes lifestyle pieces about living in New York – fascinating even if you’re not in the market for a Manhattan apartment.
This account is maintained by legal news site JD Supra and is a regularly updated compendium of legal happenings related to real estate throughout the country.
This is the account for Agentopolis, a directory for real estate agents and realtors. This account regularly rounds up some of the more interesting real estate posts on the Web and on Twitter.
Inman News is an independent site for real estate news, commentary, research and advice. You’ll find plenty to read about and chew over here.
The National Association of Realtors regularly updates this account with news, research and helpful tips. The association also regularly interacts with its followers. Overall, it’s a great example of social engagement.
Denise’s company, The Lones Group, provides real estate agent training and coaching. For branding and marketing advice and plenty of actionable tips, this is a great account to follow.
Agent Beat offers business, real estate and tech news, tips, tools and guides
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