By now you have heard about Twitter and maybe even some of your colleagues are using Twitter for real estate communication, and then you might be asking yourself, how can it really help you? Twitter is a great way to send out short (140 characters or less), timely messages about what you are doing, reading, etc…that others may find interest in. … [Read more...] about Why Should I use Twitter for Real Estate?
Imagine if you were a future homebuyer purchasing in an area you were not familiar with. Being able to read different neighborhood profiles would give you a better understanding of the area and help you choose the location that meets your needs. You might consider an area that you never knew of or realize there are more areas that fit your unique … [Read more...] about Writing a Neighborhood Profile
You have spent the money and time to get a website developed that gives you a professional appearance...so take the time and add photos that show your attention to detail and professionalism. Sure, you can surf the web for 20 minutes (or more) and try to find images you can legally use on your site for free, but we would suggest getting an account … [Read more...] about Where To Get Quality Photos
Offering real estate market updates is one of the best ways to communicate to your audience that your are an "expert in your region" and know the market. It might be boring to you, but it could be valuable information to your buyers and sellers who "want / need" this type of information to make an informed decision. Your ability to serve up this … [Read more...] about The Value of Writing Market Reports
When writing your posts try to keep in mind "less is more" and you want to make your readers experience an enjoyable one. Nothing confuses a reader and turns them off more than an overuse of different fonts syles, sizes and colors. If you have something that truly needs to stand out, then simply bold it or place it in quotes. Try to stick to one or … [Read more...] about Don’t Overuse Font Styles, Sizes and Colors