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News Corp Buying Realtor Dot Com – What This Means for You
News Corp announced recently they are purchasing the company Move Inc. which runs Realtor.com. This acquisition will revitalize the best, most up to date and accurate, resource for finding homes online, apart from a brokers direct website.Aerial Photography Is the Next Big Thing in Real Estate
Buyers are tired of the same old real estate listings – the ones with a few poorly-lit photos of the property for sale. Top agents are using aerial photography to get more exposure and set their listings apart from the crowd.What Shall I Put In My House For Sale Infographic?
Yesterday, we tackled the importance of an infographic towards a successful home sale. You’ve known that the combination of textual and visual information results into a stunning, eye-catching and lively presentation of your selling stance. It’s like giving your sales talk a louder vice without actually speaking out.Letters to Potential Clients From a Real Estate Agent – Tips for Writing Marketing Letters
Introducing yourself in person is pretty easy. You make eye contact, smile, and shake hands. You tell the other person your name, and he tells you his name. Pretty easy, right? But what if you need to introduce yourself and you can’t see the other person? One way you can tackle this problem is by writing a marketing letter.New Real Estate Agent Guide: Figuring Out Your Client’s Needs
It might seem like psychology, but you sometimes need to get into the mind of your client. Don’t worry, you don’t have to have them recline on a couch and tell you about their days in grade school. You do, however, have to ask them some key questions. You want to find out why they are moving, what they are looking for, and when they need to move. There are also some broader topics to consider when trying to understand your client. Let’s dive into all of this in more depth.Why Should I Use An Infographic To Sell My House?
Generally speaking, an infographic refers to the visual representation of a data set. In its usual form, we can see many of them containing facts based on figures or statistics. Yet, some of them can also convey a story or message based on graphic data.Succeesful Real Estate Lead Generation Is In The Doing
In stating the obvious, in order to get real estate leads you must participate in real estate lead generation. In fact you must do a lot of it. You can’t do it today, a few hours next week or month. It must be done daily.3 Probable Reasons Your House For Sale Ad Is Seenzoned
Have you heard of the term seenzoned? In the modern world of communications, this happens when a person’s message has just been seen by the recipient with no intent of giving a response at all. This could probably happen to you when you’ve sent an advertisement in email or text or published it in social media.Random Tips for a Successful Open House
When selling your house, an open house is one of the most viable ways to let prospective buyers have a general look and feel of how attractive and beautiful your home is. Yet, because of competition among other home sellers, convincing people to come to your open house requires certain tactics for it to be a crowd-drawer. Here are random tips to help you.How to Drastically Increase Your Sales in Real Estate
You want to be a major player in the league of highly successful realtors and to do that, you want (and need) to significantly boost your sales. Where – and how – do you begin to boost your sales?Real Estate Signs – How to Use Them Effectively
Real estate signs are an inexpensive way of advertising the availability of a home. If used correctly, they can be an effective medium to attract the attention of potential buyers.Killer Tips To Sell Your Property Quickly For The Maximum Value
If you’re thinking of selling your home, first check out local market conditions for your neighborhood. Depending on your area, there may be better/worse times to sell. If you’re ready to sell, here are some how-to options and common sense tips.