It’s finally here!
The day that we can finally start to release the first list of nominees for RESAAS’ 2017 Real Estate Rockstars.
First on the docket the nominees of RESAAS’ 2017 Real Estate Rockstars: Social Influencer of the Year.
Whether it’s Facebook, Instagram, YouTube or WeChat, these nominees for Social Influencer of the Year know their way around a hashtag or two.
Here are 2017's nominees for Social Influencer of the Year.
As far as we can tell, nobody does Youtube like local Metro Vancouver agent, Owen Bigland. Subrscribe to Owen's channel to get your weekly, and sometime daily, dose of videos of Owen sharing his take on the hot real estate market, tips for buyers and sellers, and other insightful industry news.
While many agents will invest their time into the big three social media channels - Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter - Justin Li use his social media mastery to stay connected with target audience via growing social platform, WeChat.
DJ, DJ, DJ. What can we say? The luxury Metro Vancouver agent has over 12,000 (and growing!) Instagram followers and his posts make us wish we'd gotten our real estate license. Mr. Denner's Instagram feed is chock-full of super cool photos of some of the most beautiful luxury listings Metro Vancouver has to offer, along with glimpses of what it's like to live a day in the life. All we have to say is 'more, please'.
If you've come across any of Malcolm Hasman's posts on Instagram or Facebook, it would seem as though he's living out our most luxurious fantasies. And rightfully so. The luxury real estate agent has been involved in over $800M worth of real estate transactions. He does this all while making time to enjoy the finer things in life.
When it comes to showcasing that #whistlerlife, Kathy White is all over it. Kathy leverages her social media accounts, including RESAAS, to show agents and potential buyers what it's like to call areas like Whistler and Squamish home. Using a mix of her own videos and pictures and local videography Kathy makes the idea of making the move to Whistler (or Squamish) seem like the next best thing since sliced bread.