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I have many different ones....some are from public record in MLS; some are what I've purchased to market to 55+ potential buyers; some are land owners; some are builders; and on and on....
Ron and Alexandra Seigel
Past clients, current clients, prospective clients, various spheres, relatives, friends, neighbors.
I am in the process of cleaning up my data base now.
1) Fields of useful data.
2) I don't have such a database.
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A variety of people, everyone goes into it.
I use Top Producer, and keep different categories. I do put agents and affiliates in there too. I add every client that closes, part of processing my file after closing.
Your data base should be updated with every conversation.
Not well organized.
I have categories (luxury estates, income properties, etc.). I add and delete regularly.
My database is a combination of real estate agents and past clients.
Will Hamm ideally one should keep on adding and deleting from our database on regular basis. I doubt very much if someone is really so disciplined...
Several for different categories that include clients, referrals and referral partners, etc...
I have agents, vendors and industry people in on a list and clients and prospects in another. I also have friends and acquaintances in a group.
I have past customers, current customers, leads, realtors, business partners. They each have tags.
I generally update w/ daily w/ the 2-3 customers that I meet w/ and monthly w/ all the new ones for the month.
It's quick & easy if you have a process and stick w/ it.
Past clients only. No ranking.
We do rank out client-prospects, but the bottom line is we give them the attention they deserve when they rise to the top asking for assistance.
I have a lot of categories in my database besides clients. I add weekly and do a quarterly scrub.