You work hard in your real estate investor software to build your list of leads so that you can close deals. But what about the tasks in-between adding a property to your list and closing a deal?
Joy Pispis, Customer Success Coordinator at DealMachine shares her tips to bulk edit leads in your CRM so that you can make the most of the real estate lead management list you've built.
3 Tips to Bulk Edit Leads In Your CRM
When bulk editing leads, first create one list with all your leads. If you have leads from other platforms, bulk upload them in to DealMachine's driving for dollars app so that you get rid of any duplicates. Before proceeding with any bulk edit actions and name the list so that you know what that list is for. Clearly naming the list will make it easier for you to go back to this list in the future should you need to do further actions for that specific group of leads.
If you're using the same filters for your leads every time, you can save time by creating presets. By creating your presets, you can bulk edit your list of leads to more easily send real estate mailers that work for the properties that you want to buy.
Speaking of starting mail, when beginning mailers in bulk for leads that have already received a specific number of mailers before (and repeat mail is off), make sure to filter by number of mailers sent before editing the repeat mail for them. You can also specify automated marketing in DealMachine Workflows, mitigating the amount of manual work. This will ensure the system will process 1 or more mailers for those leads and and they won't get stuck in the sending queue.
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