Various marketing methods of a home have substantially increased since the emergence of the Internet.
These days there are a multitude of options to help a real estate professional expand their area of expertise, influence, and presence in the industry.
As we well know, brands have long been the appeal of the general population.
What happens when smart young buyers connect with wise old REALTORS®?
There’s no doubt that social media and the Internet have changed the way business is done and in general can give any professional a leg-up.
This week we will be focusing on chapter 6 in the Swanopel Trends Report. This chapter discusses the differences between professionalism and being a professional. Is there a difference and what are their distinctions?
A good rule of thumb for real estate practitioners is that marketing budgets should equal about 10 percent of their commission income, says Jerry Rossi, e-PRO®, GRI, author of Dog Eat Dog & Vice Versa: 9 Secrets to Put the Bite Into Your Marketing (Charter Publishing, 2006).
Inventory is at a record low in much of the nation right now and we hope that spring will bring more homes onto the market.