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Real Estate Bookings rebrands to Plezzel

Real Estate Bookings rebrands to Plezzel

Greg McCutcheon, Plezzel
by Todd Stevens 0 comments

Real Estate Bookings CEO Greg McCutcheon kept hearing one phrase from clients: “You guys do so much more than just real estate inspection bookings.”

In the latest podcast, host Tim Neary catches up with Greg, who explains how the growth of the business and the vast array of services that are now on offer have meant that rebranding to Plezzel has become a necessity.

Greg discusses:

  • The importance of re-evaluating and refreshing your real estate business to meet customer needs
  • How a rebrand means more than just physical image
  • The financial and customer service benefits of shifting from print to digital

Tune in now to hear all this and much, much more in this episode of Secrets of the Top 100 Agents!

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