No matter where you live, there is nowhere entirely without the threat of natural disaster or health emergencies, whether it is a wildfire, flood, hurricane, pandemic, tornado, or other disaster. As a real estate professional, you have a unique opportunity to get in front of potential disasters and help your customers and community prepare.
In this webinar recording, Melissa will show you how to get in front of your audience with top-of-mind touches that will help them prepare. She will go over what you can do during and after the event and provide you with resources to help clients, prospects, and the community at large before and after a disaster.
After attending this webinar recording, you will be able to:
- Understand FEMA's role and what to do after a disaster
- Discuss ideas for preparing information for your community and tactics to helpfully disseminate it
- Review ways to spread the word regarding best practices during local, state, and national emergencies
- Identify new ideas to share with your sphere of influence, while helping you remain top of mind
- Help people to prepare and cope with natural disasters and emergencies
Melissa Zavala is the broker of Broadpoint Properties, an independent brokerage in North San Diego County. She is also the founder of two administrative services companies for real estate professionals-Short Sale Expeditor® and Transaction 911. During the Recession, Melissa and her staff negotiated approximately 1500 short sales. The tips and tools she brings to you today are based on this experience and her experience as a broker for nearly 2 decades.
Melissa and her programs have been featured in various publications, including The Washington Post, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Inman, and the San Diego Union Tribune. She is a columnist for The American Genius, The Real Daily, and was nominated for the Inman Award for Real Estate's Most Influential Leaders.
- Explain the role FEMA plays in helping communities
- You can help your community prepare and communicate effectively
- Share ideas and important communication with your sphere
- Help people cope with disasters and emergencies
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