There is a lot going in the real estate marketplace. This makes Twitter an ideal spot to help find and filter great real estate content gatekeepers.
To help you get started here are five high-profile real estate experts to follow on Twitter. If you don’t see a person or brand on this list and you think they should be, please don’t hesitate to get in touch and tell us. We love to hear about people and real estate brands that offer informative or entertaining perspectives in the world of real estate.
1. Bill Gassett – @massrealty
Bill Gasset is a top-performing Re/Max agent in Hopkinton, MA, U.S., but most real estate junkies know him as a social media star. He is a prolific poster and his Twitter feed offers tonnes of news, tips and insights for homeowner, buyers and sellers. The tips are universal so even if you don’t live in the U.S., the information is relevant.
2. Sherry Chris – @sherrychris
Sherry Chris is the CEO of Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate. Her Twitter feed often includes useful articles about real estate in Canada. The information isn’t always tailored to a specific location, but the information is still very useful for anyone in the homeownership cycle.
3. Al Smith – @AlSmith2003
From Al Smith’s Tweeter feed, you wouldn’t even know he was involved in real estate. runs a motivational account that mostly posts articles and infographics that can help you to save money and achieve your goals, which can be very useful if you are saving for your first house.
4. Ross Kay – @rosskay
Ross Kay created The Wealthy Homeowner show and founded Ross Kay Realty Consultants, a firm that specializes in creating a wealth creation financial plan using property purchases. His Twitter feed is filled with news about the housing market in Canada.
5. Ken LeBlanc – @KenLeBlanc
Ken LeBlanc is the founder, CEO and president of Property Guys, a website that directly connects buyers and sellers. Follow his Twitter feed for the latest Canadian real estate news.
6. Bob Dhillon – @BobDhillon_MEQ
Bob Dhillon is the CEO of Mainstreet Equity Corp, a company who aim to create real value without diminishing shareholder interest. He often posts news about house listings in Canada, and he also talks about ways to add value to your property, so he is worth following even if you plan on staying in your current home for the foreseeable future.