I don’t care if you are a veteran in real estate or you are just waiting for the final papers saying that you are officially a licensed realtor in North Vancouver, ready to take on your first client and show the world your worth. You know the ins and outs of real estate law, […]
Originally designed as a resource for recruitment agencies, LinkedIn is now coined as the Facebook of LinkedIn. There are over 345 million active users on LinkedIn, meaning one in every 3 people have a LinkedIn account. LinkedIn’s mission statement reads, “Connecting the world’s professionals to make them more productive and successful.” Don’t think that LinkedIn […]
Twitter is a great marketing channel for driving traffic and generating leads in fact, 42% of Twitter users follow brands or companies, which means if you’re not using Twitter for your business yet, you should learn how to integrate Twitter into your social media marketing strategy more. If you do already have a […]
I am sure by now you are wondering what ever happened to ‘Twitter Intermediate For Real Estate”. Well, as far as I am concerned, you either see the benefit of using Twitter to enrich the lives of your community and spreading the word of your real estate expertise or you have decided Twitter is not […]
In the grand scheme of marketing and community outreach, is it really worth your time to actively participate in the Twittersphere? You are a brokerage, or a real estate agency, or perhaps you are a realtor on your own. Are there perhaps better ways to reach your audience? After reading this blog post you will […]
Every realtor knows that real success comes in knowing and loving their community. They know that building meaningful relationships is as important as following through on their word. You also likely know how valuable it is to build a strong and growing community around your brand. If you are like many of my clients, you are tired […]
The median rental price in New York City’s most expensive borough dropped 2.8% to $3,300 in March from the same time a year ago. This is the first annual decline in 24 months, according to the latest report by real estate appraisal firm Miller Samuel for Douglas Elliman Real Estate.