Our social media crew trained this week about reliable and efficient content sourcing. As agents, we want to provide our clients with the most time and best service possible - we are your best resource. Most of the time, that means that we are directly involved with our clients and are working face to face with your transaction. But we also want to make sure that the information we are keeping up with and sharing with you is the most necessary, helpful and accurate news on the market.
With all the powerful tools we have access to today, we NEED to take advantage of time-saving resources that help us devote less time to sifting through information and more time face to face with our clients and involved in our transacations. This week's
Screen to screen is the new face to face. We are proud to offer small-group, hands-on workshops that teach individual marketing topics each week. We empower our agents to use the platforms at our fingertips with smart plans and strategic moves with step by step tutorials on the best tools available - we do the research and the work for you.
Classes are taught by our Marketing Manager, Joanna, who is certified in Real Estate Digital Marketing.
What a great weekend at the office for agent training! This weekend, we discussed winning strategies for listing presentations and the best ways to give your seller clients confidence in your market strategies. Our brokers learned empowering information on how to approach listing homes and how to assure sellers of our marketing strategies. Our agents gained a strong set of tools and enjoyed some great St. Paddy's spirit!
The new year has settled in, and we're waiting for spring - which means the market is about to take off again. If you're planning to sell this year, you're probably starting to wonder right about now: What is my home worth? How do I really find out?…
To start, let's talk about the "offical" home appraisal: a real estate appraiser will typically take the last 6 months of market data in a home's immediate vicininty and adjust the values based on differences in the home's features to come up with a home's relative market value. Aside from this, a property can be evaluated based on a cost-approach method or an income producing method. But for those not looking to spend hundreds of dollars to before even putting your home on the market, we strongly suggest