35 Post Ideas for Realtors and Mortgage Professionals

Engaging Post ideas for Real Estate Professionals

So many times realtors want to use social media to get more business, but they really have no idea where to start, or how to get engagement. If that sounds like you, then you’ve come to the right place! I know first hand how hard it is to hear absolute crickets whenever you post- I’ve been there myself. Since my posts on Conversation Starters for Engagement, and the one on Social Media Post Ideas have been so popular, I thought I’d share one for realtors and mortgage professionals.

Here’s a list of ideas:

  1. Share your favorite spot for coffee.
  2. What is your favorite park?
  3. What is a hidden gem that everyone should know about in this area?
  4. What is your favorite activity to do in your town?
  5. What are your favorite networking groups?
  6. What are your favorite meetups?
  7. Tell me about a play that you’ve seen recently?
  8. What do you do on the weekends?
  9. What is your favorite rainy-day activity?
  10. Do you prefer living in the city, country, or suburbs?
  11. How long have you lived in the area?
  12. What is your favorite date-night restaurant?
  13. Where should my husband and I go for a special anniversary dinner?
  14. What is your favorite fast lunch?
  15. Where should I take the kids on a rainy day?
  16. Who is the best family doctor?
  17. Who do you recommend for tree removal?
  18. Who is your favorite painter?
  19. Who do you recommend as a handyman?
  20. What is your favorite store to buy a special gift?
  21. Where do you find the best desserts in town?
  22. Where is your favorite restaurant for a burger?
  23. Tell me who your favorite dentist is.
  24. Where do you go for a night out on the town?
  25. What color is your front door?
  26. Do you prefer a home with a single story, or multiple stories?
  27. Old home or new home?
  28. How would you describe your sense of home style?
  29. Minimalism or maximalism?
  30. Where is your favorite bike trail?
  31. What are your favorite outdoor activities in the area?
  32. What is your favorite sushi restaurant?
  33. Do you think that a guest room is a “must” in a home?
  34. What is one feature you wish your current home had?
  35. Pool in the back yard yes or no?


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