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Real estate social media – 15 savvy realtors & brokers

In my previous blogs, I wrote about “3 reasons financial professionals are getting into social media” & presented “20 social media savvy financial advisors”.   Here’re 15 social media savvy realtors and brokers who are also blogging, twittering, connecting on Linkedin and posting on Facebook.  Again, look closely at how they are engaging clients and prospects across different social media marketing channels.  Examine the URL’s and social profiles to see how they are branding themselves on real estate social media.

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1. Dale Nabors   |   |


2. Fran and Rowena | |


3. Guy Johnson | |


4. Jonathan Miller | | |


5. Kris Berg || |


6. Larry Cragun | |


7. Linda Davis | | |


8. Marlow Harris | | |


9. Rae Catanese | | |


10. Teresa Boardman || |


11.  Bill Gassett |  |


12. Douglas Heddings  |  |


13. John Allen  |  |  |


14. Jim Duncan  |  |  |


15. Marilyn Messenger  |  |  |


Do you know a social media savvy realtor or broker who should be on this list?


by InvestmentPal



  1. Pretty good list. Still relevant blogs today.

  2. Yes, me! 🙂

  3. thanks for including me in your list! I am not sure how this got missed as I usually get a google alert when my name is mentioned anywhere online. Social media and good SEO are principles I love by everyday in my business. The link I have left here is my new website – check it out and let me know what you think. It is still a work in progress.

  4. InvestmentPal,
    Thank you for including me in your list above. I realize you compiled this almost a year ago, but I just cam across it now. 🙂
    Thanks again,

  5. Rae Catanese says:

    I appreciate the compliment!


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