With everyone spending some more time at home (and probably more time on social media), the team at Gated Community News scoured our real estate Twitter feeds to find you 14 exciting real estate accounts to follow. Feel free to respond with your own favorites – we’d love to add them to the list!
To have a slogan like “Your home sold guaranteed…or I’ll buy it,” you have to be really confident in your sales abilities, or really rich. Joe Manausa is an experience real estate pro residing in Tallahassee Florida, but you don’t have to be looking for a gated community down in the Sunshine state to learn a lot from his blog and to give this exciting real estate twitter account a follow.
Katie Lance is your go-to source for using social media property in real estate. A speaker, writer, trainer and coach, it’s amazing she has any time left over to entertain and share knowledge with her over 30k followers on Twitter. Her advice isn’t limited to Twitter, so if you are looking to improve your social media game on any platform, give her a follow!
With over 115,000 followers, Marco Santarelli must be doing something right! An investor and author specializing in turnkey investment properties, Marco is a great authority for anyone looking to learn more about real estate investing and trends.
Another multi talented and busy person, Tom Ferry is a real estate coach, entrepreneur, investor, speaker, and NY Times Bestseller. With more than 30k hours of coaching experience, Tom is certainly an expert in his field. He is on a mission to “hold professionals accountable to fulfill their greatness,” so if you’ve been looking for a little help to reach new heights, this is one of the exciting real estate twitter accounts you will want to follow.
Author of the highly-rated Conversion Code, Chris Smith is an entrepreneur, writer, and real estate expert. For real estate professionals looking to capture more leads online and optimize their strategies there, Chris is a great option for you.
When Leigh isn’t dropping knowledge on real estate Twitter, you can find her speaking, training, writing books, or of course, selling houses. She has spoken at over 70 events to more than 29,000 people, travelling over 180k miles in the process (did someone say frequent flier). If you’re looking to follow a real estate professional with a conservative background and great style, be sure to check her out!
As one of the top 5 RE/MAX agents in Massachusetts for the last decade, Bill Gassett is an amazing resource for anyone interested in the Massachusetts market. Even if you’re not looking to move to Bahston, his blog is full of useful information for anyone in the real estate market.
As the Global Head of Community for Inman News, Laura Monroe is an expert in real estate branding and PR. Be sure to follow her for a personal insight into news from one of the biggest names in real estate.
The image might have given you a clue, but Candace Taylor covers residential real estate for The Wall Street Journal. Her beat includes everything from celebrity and luxury news to her funny takes on current events. Give her a follow!
Sean Carpenter is a realtor, speaker, and blogger, and when he’s not working you can find him drinking a beer and watching some sports. Formerly recognized as one of the Top 100 Most Influential Leaders in Real Estate by Inman News, Sean is a great resource for anyone looking to inject some more real estate knowledge into their feed.
If you’re looking for some real estate advice with a side of southern hospitality, then follow Anita Clark. Based in Georgia, Anita specializes in finding homes for people in Middle Georgia and Warner Robins, once named the best place to raise a family in Georgia.
Lex Levinrad is an investor, speaker, and coach who specializes in flipping real estate. If you’re looking to learn more about how to buy, fix, and sell real estate, this is one real estate Twitter account for you to follow.
There are so many great real estate Twitter accounts to follow that it can be hard to decide where to start. We at GCN know this is nowhere near an exhaustive list, but it should help get the ball rolling.