In today’s world, the first impression you make as a real estate professional on potential clients is likely to be your online profile. As the old adage goes: “You only get one chance to make a first impression”. So you need to make it count. While there are many marketing ideas for real estate agents
For several years now, Millennials, also known as Generation Y, have been the largest group of home buyers in the U.S. – and that percentage has been steadily growing. Older millennials currently outnumber younger millennials in this cohort by far. If you want to be successful in 2020, you must not only take notice of
Whether you are an experienced Instagram user or new to the platform, you should know that Instagram is one of the most used and fastest growing social media platforms in the world. Using Instagram for real estate is a great way to market properties, introduce promotions, engage with current and potential clients, and much more.
According to the National Association of Realtors®, millennials were the largest group (37%) of home buyers in 2019. Consequently, your reputation is more important than ever when it comes to your online presence. Why? Because practically all millennials (98%) use the internet for their home search and when choosing a real estate agent. With that
The short answer is “no.” However, you want to avoid frozen water pipes whenever possible. A burst pipe will not only cause you a lot of trouble, it can cost hundreds or even thousands of dollars to repair the water damage it causes. But there are many ways to guard against this happening to you.
Preparing for a new year always brings new challenges and new ideas. Here are some ways you can prepare your business for 2020 and some coming trends. State of the Market There has been a lot of discussion that a correction, or recession, will be coming in 2020. However, unlike past recessions, the housing market
The new year is fast approaching, and you may be thinking of resolutions for a healthier, happier, and more productive new year. This month is also a good time to reflect on your business’s progress this year, and how you plan to improve moving forward. Here are some New Year’s resolutions to help you make
The big push is over, and things are slowing down for winter and the holidays as the weather turns colder and people, including real estate agents, take time off to be with family. Perhaps you’ve met your goals for the year, so you’re not sweating, but you shouldn’t be slacking either. There are a number
The garbage disposal can be one of the handiest appliances in your kitchen. So much so, that you come to rely on it to the point that a broken garbage disposal can totally upset your daily routine. But, your garbage disposal is also one of your most used and abused appliances. Since it sits between
The holidays are almost upon us, bringing new memories of time with our loved ones. When the season is over, you might realize that gifts and holiday purchases just don’t have space in your home. Read the below tips for some ways to address the post-holiday clutter before it piles up. 1. Don’t Wait Try
With more than 50% of homebuyers now finding their home online, it is more important than ever to differentiate your real estate business and make your marketing stand out against the competition. Here are some recent trends to make your marketing campaigns pop next year. 1. Video Let’s get this out of the way- if
You and your buyer have finally finished initial negotiations and agreed to an offer. Congratulations, you’ve finally reached the finish line and are ready to close on the sale of your home! However, there are some steps you will need to take before the sale is finalized. If this is your first time selling a