Your not the only one who can feel stressed and anxious when moving. Our pets can sense our moods and feelings and experience associated anxiety. Keep reading for tips on how to successfully handle a move with your pet.
In the first 2 articles of this series I explained how the home building process is supposed to work. As with any process there are always bumps in the road or detours that may need to be taken. In this 3rd article I want to provide a list of items that you should be knowledgeable of before starting the building process. Remember information is power and it is better to prepared so that you can be proactive verses reactive.
The following article is the second in a series that will provide details about the homebuilding process as well as the good, the bad and the reality of building your dream home. There are many things that you will want to consider before you take this leap so let’s get started.
The following article is the first in a series that will provide details about the homebuilding process as well as the good, the bad and the reality of building your dream home. There are many things that you will want to consider before you take this leap so let’s get started.
Content marketing in just 20 minutes per week!
Whether you want to do this from your desktop, laptop, tablet or phone below is my secret to efficient content marketing.
It’s almost spring and the market seems to be beckoning for new listings. Now is the time to get your homes prepped and on the market! If you are a Realtor I hope that you find this a valuable list to share with your clients and if you are a homeowner I hope this motivates you to start preparing your home for sale NOW.
If you’ve mainly been utilizing your Facebook Profile in the past to keep in contact with your BFF’s both near and far, but now are deciding to utilize it to engage with clients there are a few changes you should consider.
If you are utilizing your Facebook Profile for business then you probably have tons of different friends and followers all mixed up together in one big pot called “Friends”. This can make it hard to ensure you are actively engaging with the right people at the right times. This is where Facebook lists can be a big help. Use Facebook lists to separate your BFFs from your clients.
If your thinking I don’t need a Facebook Business Page because I already have a Facebook profile and that’s where all my friends are then you need to gain a better understanding of how a Facebook Page can help boost your brand awareness and promote your Real Estate expertise to existing and potential clients.
Below are 3 quick steps to ensure that you obtain maximum engagement with your Facebook Business Page Posts. You want to do your best to guarantee that the right people are seeing your posts.
I am always telling the Realtors I work with to share "local" content that their clients will find useful so today I decided I should follow my own advice. I truly hope you enjoy this article and feel that is something you can share with your social media audiences and clients.
Wondering how to be successful in Social Media this year?
How do you know if your Real Estate Photographer is giving you your monies worth? As long as you can give them a thumbs up on the top 10 requirements listed below then you can breath a sigh of relief knowing that your putting your best foot forward when marketing properties for your clients.
Tired of scouring the Internet for online tools and apps that truly provide the features you need to grow and manage your Real Estate Business? Stop searching as I’ve done it for you. Listed below are the best...
So most of you out there probably have an account on Facebook considering 91% of Realtors use social media and Facebook seems to be the no. 1 utilized platform. So your out on Facebook and now your wondering if you should create a Facebook Business Page?
Congratulations, you have made it to Step 3: Sanitize and Stage! All that is left is to do a good, deep cleaning and then stage the home appropriately to attract those savvy prequalified buyers.
I am sure all of you are aware of the benefits of traditional home staging, but have you heard the terms “virtual staging” or “e-decorating” and wondered what they were? Well the good news is that they could pose a huge benefit to Realtors, home sellers and homebuyers in the months and years to come.
As Homebuyers and sellers turn there focus to turkey and stuffing or Christmas trees and eggnog, you may find yourself with a little extra time on your hands. If this is the case then use that time wisely and ensure your ready to hit the ground running in 2016 with the following marketing tips.
Whether you are trying to increase exposure to your properties or improve your brand awareness driving traffic to your website is key. The list below provides you with 5 ideas on how to go about this.