I’m sure you have already heard about the virtues of posting your listings on Realtor networks. But where should you post and how much time is involved is what really matters.…Continue
Added by Frank E Free on January 2, 2014 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Please post your real estate listings in the Real Estate Listing section in left column. Listings in the general information section will be deleted.
Added by Frank E Free on August 11, 2013 at 7:48pm — No Comments
We are excited to announce that Mylionra members can post their real estate listings to MyLionra in seconds by utilizing RealBird's Listing Publisher. Just copy and paste!
But there's more!
The RealBird Listing Publisher is an easy-to-use and powerful online, social media and mobile listing marketing platform. Enter your listing on a simple form, upload all the photos at once and there you go:…Continue
There are three key elements to a successful CRM initiative: people, process, and technology. The article below by Gary Hall discusses the differences between generic and real specific CRM and how to use it in your Real Estate Business.
Why are Real Estate specific CRMs promoted as opposed to Outlook or other generic CRMs? Is it really worth having one? What real benefits are there? The best way to answer these questions is to see an example of what they can do for…Continue
Added by Frank E Free on April 19, 2013 at 9:00pm — No Comments
By Pam Dunlap, Broker Realtor, Lake Realty
It’s been an amazing weekend. I took my husband out with me to preview a number of homes that I wanted to check out for out-of-state client. My husband’s very familiar with my clients’ wants and needs and I always find his eye for detail and male perspective very useful in these forays. After trekking through a dozen homes we found a home…Continue
The Seller wants to list the home for the $714, 000 he paid for it in 2007. The tax value is $ $519,000. Zillow says $554,562. Trulia says $535,000. NARRPR says $567,680 with a range from $510,912 to $624,448. The Federal Housing Finance Agency says a home purchased for $714,000 in August 2007 should be worth $624,589.
Well we can get an appraisal. But these days the appraisal includes the sale of foreclosures, short sales, REOs and the inventory of homes currently for sale in…
Added by Frank E Free on March 14, 2013 at 9:00pm — No Comments