Automobile companies have always seemed to engage well with consumers. Through innovative commercials, webisodes and other initiatives, their marketing departments have successfully communicated and excited
Video meets books – the concept and the company and a sneak peak at the new Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Vook – Rule
Hello, from New York City, where REBar Camp and Inman Real Estate Connect were held this week. It’s been a busy few days spent among
The new year is already starting out with a bang, with a plethora of news buzzing about in the real estate industry. As positive and
As far as lists of top social media people in real estate go, we’ve seen the same names recycled over and over providing us a
Last week, speaker, and trends tracker Stefan Swanepoel published a list that featured the top 100 Twitter people that influence and or interest him the
I bought a home back on December 10th of 2008. That is almost exactly 5 months to the day and I am still receiving those automated MLS listing alerts from the first agent I ever spoke to about buying a new home. Being in real estate now for almost a year I find them sort of fascinating because I am curious if I actually bought at the bottom of the market in my town. Turns out I didn’t, but that isn’t the point. The information (listings) contained in these emails can be very powerful motivators to get an active buyer or someone on the fence to engage an agent. The most important reason is that the information contained within is the most accurate and trusted source for new listings and listing status changes (price drops and under contract). With such a powerful vehicle for information, I wonder why it misses the mark on so many levels for the average home buyer.
Sign up to get the latest from BHGRE.