How do you become the go-to person for buyers and sellers in your community? It starts with employing hyperlocalism in your online efforts, says real estate veteran and REALTORS® Conference & Expo speaker Bruce Gardner.
1. How much am I willing to spend? You can find inexpensive (i.e., less than $100) printers fairly easily. But to get better print quality and more features, be prepared to spend at least $150. For an office with high print volume, products can run from $500 to $1,500.
2. How will I be using it? If the primary purpose of your printer is...
Real estate professionals can recommend Kitchens.com to sellers looking to add value to their homes, or to buyers yearning to turn their dream kitchens into reality. The site offers resources to guide homeowners through the kitchen remodeling process, from design, to budgeting, to completion.
Have you ever wished that you could create a town suited to your wants and needs and tailored to your lifestyle? FindYourSpot.com will supply the detective work--with some help from you. The site offers a ten-minute quiz to determine your ideal retirement haven.
The Real Estate Roundtable's Web site can help you stay on top of the latest real estate legislative and regulatory initiatives that can affect your business. The organization unites real estate trade associations and owners of investment-grade real estate, developers, lenders, and management companies to represent their interests on key real estate-related policy issues.
Don’t let today’s Internet-enabled world leave you information-disabled as you try to pick your way through the Web. Which sites really have something to offer you? For starters, take a look at these. What sets them apart is their useful applications for making your job easier.
Don’t be surprised if that person you see walking down the street talking on a cellular phone is a REALTOR®. More than 90 percent of REALTORS® use a cell phone in their business. Other tech tools you make heavy use of, according to a recent NAR survey: e-mail, pagers, scanners, and digital cameras.
Psychologists rate the experience among the most stressful events in a person's life. To make such transitions easier, ERA--Rymal Symes provides a private voice mailbox and a beeper for transferees the company works with.