Post Archives from the ‘Sales Tips for Realtors’ Category



Loyalty

Posted on: September 16th, 2011 by
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Generating loyalty with your clients is a very important part of success in the real estate business. Loyalty is what will keep clients coming back to you for every purchase and sell. Also, it will encourage them to recommend your business to their friends, family, and coworkers. Check out this article from Realtor Magazine on how to generate loyalty through your open houses! Realtor Magazine

Location, Location, Location!

Posted on: September 2nd, 2011 by
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Everyone has heard the saying that "Location is everything". Whether it is "you just have to be there" or "right place, right time", location always matters. But who all do you want knowing where you are all the time? Microsoft? AT&T? Google? A big lawsuit is underway all about location tracking rights on smartphones. Did you know that your phone carrier can track your location even if Continue reading the story "Location, Location, Location!"

Down or Just Me?

Posted on: August 29th, 2011 by
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We have all done it before the repetitive hitting of the refresh button when a website wouldn't load. I am so guilty of this. It won't load so I refresh, then I try the link in another window or browser. When that ultimately fails, then I wonder is the website down or is it just my computer? Well, here is how you tell. Simply copy and Continue reading the story "Down or Just Me?"

Accountability in the Air

Posted on: August 24th, 2011 by
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The Department of Transportation's new guidelines force airlines to reimburse passengers who are bumped from their flight twice the price of the purchased ticket (up to $650) unless they make other arrangements to get the passenger to their final destination within a couple of hours of the original arrival time. The longer the delay, the bigger the reimbursement: if the arrival time is delayed too Continue reading the story "Accountability in the Air"

Time Management

Posted on: July 22nd, 2011 by
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Time management is a very important part of daily life. How do you run your daily scheduled tasks? Do you simply have a running list in your head of things to do or are you a list maker? How do you go about staying on top of all that you need to accomplish whether it is personal stuff or business? Well there are lots of techniques Continue reading the story "Time Management"

No More Delays

Posted on: July 13th, 2011 by
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Delays are almost inevitable when flying - but there are some things you can do to minimize these aggravations. The National Air Traffic Controllers Association provides travelers with this neat place to visit before booking your flight - and a place to come back to on the day you travel. Before booking you can check for the best and worst days and times to fly from Continue reading the story "No More Delays"

I’m OK!

Posted on: June 24th, 2011 by
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I'm OK! is a web site and mobile app that allows you to tell your friends and loved ones that you're OK in the event of an emergency. In an urban disaster (like the recent tornadoes), cell phone networks are often overwhelmed as everyone calls their family and friends to check on them. But it doesn't have to be that way -- text messages take only Continue reading the story "I’m OK!"

How to Talk to Online Leads?

Posted on: May 27th, 2011 by
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A well-thought-out strategy for responding to e-mails is central to your success with today's Web-savvy buyers and sellers. If you're like many of today's real estate practitioners, the majority your new leads come from the Web. An online consumer will shoot you an e-mail or fill out a form on your Web site. Given today's challenging market conditions, you want to treat these inquiries like gold. Continue reading the story "How to Talk to Online Leads?"

New Bill to Raise FHA Loan Down Payment

Posted on: May 25th, 2011 by
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A new bill has been drafted to raise the minimum down payment for FHA loans. This bill written by the Republicans on the House Financial Services Committee will increase the down payment to 5 percent as well as cut FHA loan limits in many markets. Currently, home owners who take out FHA loans are required to have a down payment of 3.5 percent. The reasoning Continue reading the story "New Bill to Raise FHA Loan Down Payment"

Generation Y: What Do They Want?

Posted on: May 20th, 2011 by
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Each generation does things a bit different from the last. This is due to the advancements in technology changing the way things work. When you think about what the baby boomers considered their needs and wants, it would be completely different then Generation Y. Generation Y is typically labeled as people born in the late-70s to mid-80s. They grew up with computers and cell phones Continue reading the story "Generation Y: What Do They Want?"

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