Warren Dow
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Warren Dow is the Director of Industry Relations at Lone Wolf Technologies and a principal contributor to the Real Estate Technology Institute. With a degree in behavioral neuroscience and a background in technology, consumer engagement, and marketing strategy, Warren offers a unique perspective which has placed him on the national stage for NAR, WCR, NAHREP, NAREB, as well as with many other regional, state and local associations and conferences throughout North America.

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  • November 13, 2017

    Lone Wolf Technologies recently participated in a STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) GYRLS mini-conference in Cambridge, Ontario, hosted by the local YWCA.  Represented by Cassie Shan from Development, Claire Murphy from Support, and Christina Rau from Human Resources, Lone Wolf was able to help young girls explore various career paths connected to STEM education.

  • November 9, 2017

    Every year the National Association of REALTORS (NAR) Annual Conference and Tradeshow becomes more valuable.  Through its panels, presentations, networking and tradeshow, NAR is a great place to learn more about Real Estate’s vendors, solutions, and pressing topics.
    Here are the top 5 things I learned this year:

  • November 2, 2017

    We’re really excited about our acquisition of Instanet Solutions. Why are we so excited?  

    1. We are better together. Combining the Lone Wolf and Instanet teams make us stronger. By bringing together our knowledge, we are now the subject matter experts in the real estate industry on all things back office and transaction management. 

  • October 19, 2017

    At Lone Wolf, one of our core values is ‘Together’. For us, ‘Together’ means working as a team to reach our goals. It means growing alongside our clients and becoming better together. But ‘Together’ also takes on a bigger meaning: it means doing whatever we can to help our neighbors and our community.

  • July 5, 2017

    Lone Wolf recently launched a new website with the same goals any brokerage would have: increase traffic, improve visitor experience and increase conversion rates.

    Consumers expect your website to be fresh and modern. As technology and real estate evolve, your consumers’ needs evolve. Whether your site needs a new look, to become mobile friendly, or have content rewritten or reorganized, a new website may be a cost-effective investment for your brokerage.

    Here are 5 things to consider when refreshing your website:

  • March 2, 2017
    Since consumers have changed the way they engage with information, real estate professionals must adapt to stay in front of their customers. Here’s a list of the top 5 marketing trends that will help you stay front and center with today’s buyers and sellers.
  • October 4, 2016

    How often do we hear how busy peoples’ lives are? Whether it’s a question about how someone’s weekend was or how their work day is going, we hear busy and are supposed to assume it’s a good thing. Maybe I missed the memo but I am not sure when we started to value how little time we have.

  • September 13, 2016

    Social Media has revolutionized real estate marketing, decreasing cost per lead and increasing lead-to-close rates. A 2012 study found that social media marketing has nearly double the lead-to-close rate than outbound marketing initiatives (phone calls, emails, direct mail, etc.).  In this way, social media is the golden goose for many companies. However, without a clear strategy and trackable metrics, you may be wasting your time.

  • September 7, 2016

    Websites are one of the most important pieces of a brokerage’s digital presence. Websites are the most likely starting place during the home shopping phase. Home buyers complete an average of 11 searches before taking action on a real estate site. As such, getting clients to your site, keeping them on the site and keeping them coming back are all equally important in building your pipeline.

    Here are the 10 top things your website should offer your clients:

  • August 31, 2016

    Choosing the right office space takes planning and patience.  Your space represents your brand, your agents and your clients.  So choose wisely!  Here are the top 5 things to consider when opening a new office for your brokerage:

    1. Does your space give you the option to grow?

    Many leases are for 3 years, so make sure that the space you choose gives you options should you choose to grow your brokerage.