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As we continue our tour through websites relevant to building a real estate business, we reach quite a doozy: the world’s largest social network. Facebook is practically synonymous with social media, having inhereted the crown from Myspace years ago and continued to dominate to the point that it… Read More

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Continuing my thoughts on real estate websites and online reviews, we come to a site that has recently been marketing itself extensively. You may have seen the television commercials with Elizabeth Banks, which have bolstered the site’s visibility among consumers substantially. It doesn’t hurt that the site’s domain… Read More

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Last week I talked about Zillow and its effect on real estate marketing. Today, I’d like to discuss a similar site that is deceptively important to today’s Realtors: Yelp. Yelp is an incredibly ubiquitous website that allows anyone to review and locate local businesses. It is so commonly… Read More

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Today I’d like to briefly discuss a website that has truly been a game-changer in real estate in the past decade or so: Zillow. Zillow has, in many ways, usurped a certain role that real estate agents have traditionally represented to potential Sellers. It provides a wealth of knowledge… Read More

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Today, I’d like to take a moment to discuss something that I feel is very important in the real estate business: staging a home. It is, in many ways, an underrated part of the sales process. The journey a home takes from its pre-listing state to the idealized, fully-staged end… Read More

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As of the time I am writing this, I have six active listings. Six homes for sale on the market…I’m living the real estate dream, right? So why, then, am I sort of nervous at the moment? The general narrative about real estate is very true: it is a field… Read More

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Hello everyone! I just wanted to give you a quick introduction as I begin updating this blog. My goal is to provide useful and interesting information about real estate to my readers, and tell you a bit more about myself in the process. Here’s some background for you: I have… Read More