Twitter is one of the most effective ways to get information on any news issue, including real estate and property management, and following the right people is the best way to get the most out of it. Check out 10 of our favorite real estate-related twitter accounts that you need to follow.
1. Inman News
“Warren Lewis Sotheby’s International Realty in Brooklyn and Brooklyn Bridge Realty will merge and rebrand as Avenue Sotheby’s International Realty. https://t.co/7AVZsUAPMm
— Inman News (@InmanNews) February 3, 2020
Inman News is one of the most highly regarded real estate publications. The company was founded in 1983 by Brad Inman. With over 160,000 Twitter followers, they are one of the top sources for real estate and technology news.
Eviction notices can be daunting for all involved- both for Landlords and Tenants. To help visualize the eviction process, @LegalTemplate created an infographic to detail how this works and what to expect: https://t.co/XFXfec9xey pic.twitter.com/jooGCozmx1
— Rentometer (@rentometer) January 29, 2020
Rentometer, a market rent tool website, tweets informative articles on a variety of topics for both landlords and residents, including how much rent you should be charging and U.S. Data on the Rental Market.
3. Sean Carpenter
Nobody Likes Losing https://t.co/8VQ2E20eru
— Sean Carpenter (@seancarp) February 3, 2020
Sean Carpenter is a speaker, blogger, and realtor from Ohio who has been in the industry since 1998. He has received numerous awards and recognitions, including being recognized by Inman News as one of the Top 100 Most Influential Leaders in Real Estate.
When he isn’t tweeting daily quotes and tips, you can find Carpenter speaking at one of his “Sean Speaks” sessions, which focus on creating memorable customer experiences, maximizing social and digital media, as well as business planning.
— edge2learn (@edge2learn) January 27, 2020
Edge2Learn is an e-learning platform for property management. They tweet educational posts and training materials for their followers for free. If you are looking for educational material, this is a great account to follow.
.@Domuso & @MoneyGram have partnered to offer financial flexibility for residents & added conveniences for property operators.#Domuso #digital #moneyorders #payments #rentpay #multifamily #apartments #propertymanagement #MoneyGram #GoDigital
Learn more: https://t.co/69OUD7FdoK
— Domuso (@DomusoINC) January 29, 2020
This software company tweets about topics including Proptech, industry trends, lifestyle services, and survey results.
— ClickNotices (@ClickNotices) January 29, 2020
ClickNotices has it all: landlord advice, property management news, and advice on how to reduce your delinquency rates.
7. Cynthia Schmidt
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— Collect Back Rent Course For Landlords (@mrslandlady) January 17, 2020
Cynthia Schmidt has over 20 years of property management experience, with a focus on receiving back rent from her residents. Landlords who follow will like her posts about developments in the real estate market and landlord-resident rules. She even offers tips to help landlords collect late rent from their residents.
8. Purchasing Platform
— Purchasing Platform, Inc. (@PurchPlatform) January 28, 2020
The marketplace for procurement site tweets articles ranging from relevant purchasing articles to market trends to funny gifs.
9. Brandon Turner
Some formulas they should have taught in school… pic.twitter.com/MNVpO9Q8ew
— Brandon Turner (@BrandonAtBP) May 6, 2017
Brandon Turner is an active real estate investor and co-host of the highly-rated real estate podcast, BiggerPockets. He is a great person to follow for his useful tools and advice for investors of all ages.
10. Rentals United
The story of our founders “How Three Competitors Came Together To Create A Multi Million Euro Startup” https://t.co/ZlDnVMEkNr #Entrepreneurship #traveltech #vacationrentals pic.twitter.com/3FAYcp3vJr
— Rentals United (@RentalsUnited) November 13, 2019
Rentals United, an enterprise-level channel manager site for professional property managers, provides their followers with interesting articles and tweets on topics including Top Vacation Rental Websites, Niche Travel Trends, and Travel Tech.