Social Media for Real Estate Agents (Part II)

  Show You Care About Your Clients. Make your page personal, showing you care about your clients. Engage with Contests. Contests and Sweepstakes offer an incredible way to create more engagement on your page and have fun with your fans. You can use all types of contests to create deeper relationships with your clients, get to […]

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 Social Media for Real Estate Agents (Part I)

  The best real estate marketing pros approach social media the same way they approach being social offline. The best realtors use social media as an extension of themselves to get more clients and capitalize on their competitive advantage. Social media offers a way to further connect with your local clients and support your real estate […]

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Questions to Ask When Buying a House

  Below are some crucial questions you must ask when buying a house: Are there any ongoing maintenance problems? At some point, you will pick up on all the little idiosyncrasies of your new house. But, you have to find out as much as you can from the current owners before you decide to purchase. If the […]

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What You Must Know Before Buying Your First Home (Part II)

Go through the pre-approval process You may be able to guess what your home budget is based on your credit score and finances but speaking with a lender will help you get a specific number. In order to get pre-approved for a mortgage, you will have to give your lender some financial information such as your debts […]

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How to Market Your Home Effectively Online (Part II)

Signage Signage entices home shoppers to quickly call you or your agent. It’s free advertising. A well-designed “For Sale” sign will produce phone calls. Put up two signs if your house is on a corner lot. Keep in mind that some homeowner’s associations forbid real estate signs. They only permit window signs. Talk to a neighbor whose house is […]

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How to Market Your Home Effectively Online (Part I)

  Marketing your home becomes simpler if you can identify the current real estate market. Agents tend to put plenty of money and work into selling listings when markets transition from seller’s to buyer’s markets, but strong marketing methods are just smart business sense none the less. Some houses cry out for drone photography, particularly if they’re situated […]

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Best US Cities to be a Real Estate Agent (Part V)

San Jose The capital of Silicon Valley comes in at number nine, buoyed by the top 15 finishes in four categories. San Jose has the most expensive housing market in the country as properties have median sales prices of $1,165,000. While properties are priced on the high side, they don’t usually last long in the […]

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