Category Archives: Home Inspections

Jan

08

2015

Real estate agents will get brand new opportunities for reaching prospects in 2015. The world of creative real estate marketing changes all the time, posing some challenges but also presenting opportunities. Interested in making 2015 your best year yet? Here are four suggestions that will help you modernize your marketing efforts and establish a hip

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Dec

31

2014

Only 18 percent of real estate brokerages get repeat business, a RISMedia study suggests. The agents having thee to five years of experience are the worst ones in terms of generating repeat business – only six percent get to work with the same clients time and time again. Many real estate agents fail because they

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Jul

04

2014

Few things are more frustrating than wanting to buy a home and hitting a roadblock through no fault of your own. In many real estate markets across the nation, buyers outnumber sellers. Home sales are moving quickly, sometimes for more than the asking price thanks to a higher demand than supply. Buying a house in

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Jul

04

2014

Just a few years ago buying a foreclosure was seen as bargain shopping. The market was so inundated with these homes that knockout deals were a dime a dozen. Despite the number of foreclosures shrinking in many areas, good bargains can still be had. In today’s seller driven market, good foreclosures draw multiple offers. They

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Jun

12

2014

Your kitchen is a little out of date, and it’s time for something new. Perhaps you have a baby on the way and you want to convert your attic into a bedroom. Or, maybe you have heard that updating your home will make it more appealing to buyers. If you are thinking of remodeling your

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Apr

21

2014

As a real estate agent, you know that the emphasis is on social media. The more active you are on social media sites like Twitter and Facebook, the more traffic you can drive to your office. Social media is a free form of advertising for your real estate office, too. But, if you really want

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Apr

16

2014

A clumsy, mismatched and unkempt landscape doesn’t just kill your curb appeal — it can actually reduce the value of your property. If you’re in a hurry to sell, your landscaping might be the reason you’re not getting any bites. Poor landscaping tells buyers you don’t take good care of your home — even if

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Apr

08

2014

Spring is in the air. While everyone else is dreaming about summer and how they will make the most out of it, you are thinking about the housing market. As a real estate agent, it is important to stay up-to-date on the latest trends, and this year spring is a great time to sell. Spring

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Apr

01

2014

Getting preapproved for a loan approval can give you a false sense of your spending capabilities. For a lot of people, being preapproved means taking some extra cash out of savings to buy new furniture or getting a new credit card to buy a few things for the new place. But, before you go spend

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Jan

22

2014

Owning a home does require some work. There are annual home maintenance items that need to be completed each year to maintain the integrity of your home. Not doing these maintenance items could lead to costly repairs or replacements down the road — and unfortunately a lot of home owners don’t realize they’re supposed to

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