How to Dominate Multiple Markets w/Raphael Vargas

To build an empire, your business needs to dominate more than one location. Is it possible to do that without physically being in the markets you expand into? How would it affect your current marketing strategy?

On this episode, Raphael Vargas of Ace Equity Pros and Ace Estates Group is here to share how he’s managed to dominate multiple markets.

You don’t need to do anything fancy- just do the same marketing in 8 different markets. -Raphael Vargas

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3 Things We Learned From Raphael Vargas

You don’t need to be located in a market to dominate it

By virtually operating certain parts of your business, and contracting local agents to do checks on listings, you don’t need to be physically present in every one of your markets. There is so much technology at your disposal that make remote operations possible.

Set the proper expectation from the start

If you’re signing deals in another market, there is always a risk that you might miss something that would have made you second guess the decision. Make sure your clients know this from the start. This way, you safeguard your business without your integrity coming into question.

Have simple marketing that you can use across markets

You don’t need a massive campaign to dominate multiple markets. All you need is a basic strategy that will work in all your markets. You’re not doing any more work than is needed: you’re simply using the same content over and over again.

With phenomenal communications tools at your disposal, it’s now easier than ever before to do business in multiple locations at once. While your locations may be different, the great thing is you don’t even need to change your marketing strategies. So much stays the same- including the need for you to build great relationships with your clients.

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