Let’s face it, the thought of posting on yet another social media platform is overwhelming, right? Insta-what? Tik-too much work? Face-endless scroll? We get it. But there is one platform that many real estate agents overlook to their detriment: LinkedIn.
Before you brush it off, here are some benefits of using LinkedIn.
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Take one meeting with an experienced REALTOR® as a buyer or a seller and you’re likely to hear about the many resources they have for you—from a lender to get you pre-qualified to a painter and a handyman who can help you get ready for market.
As an agent, having these connections and resources is key to ensuring a great customer experience from end to end. It’s important, however, not to become so comfortable with what’s working for you that you forget to optimize your business for future growth.
When folks around Huntsville, Madison, Decatur and Athens, Alabama, hear the name Matt Curtis, more often than not, the old adage about thinking globally and acting locally comes to mind. With 15 years of real estate experience under his belt, Curtis and his staff go above and beyond to serve their clients while giving back and supporting both local and international humanitarian service projects through the firm’s MCRE Cares initiative.
Technology is rapidly advancing in every aspect of our lives, and while it can improve some business models and processes, there is some concern that technological advances may eventually replace some professions, namely real estate agents. However, it’s become increasingly evident that finding a proper balance between technology and personalized service is the key to keeping up with the times.
Buyer demand has been strong enough to keep the market moving at a record pace, even after a massive spike in mortgage rates—a pattern that shows the housing market is as competitive as ever despite headwinds, according to the latest Zillow® Real Estate Market Report.
Confidence in the market for new multifamily housing turned downward in the first quarter of 2022, according to results from the Multifamily Market Survey (MMS) released by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) this week.
The MMS produces two separate indices. The Multifamily Production Index (MPI) decreased six points to 48 compared to the previous quarter, dipping below the break-even mark of 50 for the first time in three quarters. The Multifamily Occupancy Index (MOI) inched down one point to 68, the survey showed.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Network Realty has announced its next “Mega Open House Weekend” will be Saturday and Sunday, June 4-5.
The Mega Open House Weekend features dozens of open house viewings of the company’s listings of available homes. The listings encompass homes in a wide range of prices, styles and neighborhoods throughout Northeast Florida, the company stated.