Since almost every real estate and Realtor search starts online, it’s safe to say most of them start on Google. Google is by far the most used search engine.
According to the National Association of Realtors, in 2018, 51% of home sales started online. Whether you like it or not, your internet and social media presence have a massive importance.
Today, there are 2.1 million more vacant homes in the United States than in 2005.
In a day and age of instant internet know-how, it’s not surprising that some people decide to forgo the assistance of a real estate agent, choosing instead to list their homes themselves, hoping...
Most agents consider Zillow a nuisance at best and a major competitor at worst.
Many agents overlook these proven ways to get listings in a Hot Market. Hopefully, this blog post will help you realize that you can get listings, and show you how. So, without further ado, let’s...
To prepare for a listing presentation, most agents research a neighborhood and create a detailed CMA for the homeowner.
Turning down clients could be your downfall. Why would any real estate agent turn down clients in the first place? Two reasons jump out:
Blogging can be a huge foundation for netting your real estate website long-term organic traffic, giving your brand maximum visibility on search engines like Google.