14 Real Estate Influencers to Follow on Twitter in 2017

Twitter has over 300 million active users, making it one of the most popular social media networks in the world. Many real estate professionals have a Twitter account, but not all of them are using their Twitter account to its fullest potential.

In this day and age, it is necessary to have have a strong online presence in order to be a successful real estate broker. Following successful Twitter accounts can help you to make connections with other popular real estate professionals and give you tips on how to build up your own online presence. Read on to learn more about some of the most popular real estate related Twitter accounts.

#1. Stacey Alcorn


Stacey is the founder of LAER Realty Partners (@LAERRealty) and a contributor to the Huffington Post and Entrepreneur. Her connections afford her a far reaching platform that links together members of multiple industries.


#2. Sue Adler


Sue focuses mainly on real estate in New Jersey, but she has a customer focused approach to real estate that has helped her build a huge following.


#3. Gary E Acosta


Gary is the CEO/Co-founder of the NAHREP, or National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals. His Twitter account is filled with useful links and articles that can help educate clients on a variety of topics.


#4. Red Oak Realty


Red Oak Realty has been working with customers in Oakland, Berkeley, and East Bay for 40 years.


#5. Benutech, Inc.


Brilliant Real Estate Solutions focuses on software designed specifically to suit the needs of real estate professionals. They market themselves towards those looking for a competitive advantage in their market.


#6. Brian Boero


Brian is a partner at 1000watt, a company that helps to market various real estate companies by giving them a stronger sense of branding and finding new ways to stand out above the competition.


#7. Matterport


Matterport allows real estate professionals to design and modify 3D models of homes, offices, and other buildings. Their software will provide clients with a way to explore a property from afar.


#8. Audie Chamberlain


Audie is the founder of Lion & Orb (@lionandorb), a company that focuses on growing real estate companies and expanding their client base.


#9. Brian Copeland


Brian is the commissioner of the Nashville Farmers Market and a real estate professional with Village.


#10. StreetEasy


StreetEasy focuses on New York City’s neighborhoods and homes and the trends in NYC’s local market.


#11. Sasha Farmer


Sasha works in Charlottesville, VA as a real estate consultant as well as a professional speaker and coach.


#12. Laura Brady


Laura is the founder, owner, and president of a company called Concierge Auctions that focuses on luxury real estate.


#13. Amy Bohutinsky


Amy is a Seattle resident and the COO of the Zillow Group (@ZillowGroup) which also controls Zillow (@Zillow) and Trulia (@Trulia), two of the most popular real estate resources on the internet.  


#14. PorchLight Group


PorchLight Group is a team of Denver based real estate agents that share information on a range of home improvement strategies and market trends as well as top properties in Denver, CO.
Whether you’re looking to develop your Twitter following or simply want to stay abreast of trends in the industry, this is a great place to start. Who would you add to the list?

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