FSBO (pronounced fizzbo) is real estate lingo for For Sale by Owner, and it’s a term that you’ve probably heard before. Most people who seek to sell their home without a real estate agent do so because they want to save on 6-7% of the closing sale, which is usually the amount divided equally between
The secret is out: A strong recovery from the housing crisis means a burgeoning supply of realtors all trying to grab a piece of the market. What does that mean for real estate agents? You guessed it- more competition. Social media for realtors will play an increasing role in their market share opportunities. In the past
This isn’t your average real estate podcast listicle. We know you are a master seller and a persuasion guru, but at the end of the day, do you still have time to reflect on what matters and spend time with those dear to you? If you’ve read our article on how to achieve a work-life
Online marketing is now dominating the world of real estate, which is hardly shocking considering the digital economy of attention that currently rules our marketplace. Far gone are the days when real estate agents would plaster their faces on sidewalk benches to gain leads, inevitably ending up with a swanky mustache drawn on by a
“You can have everything in life you want, if you will just help other people get what they want.” -Zig Ziglar By doing for others, taking time to foster online relationships, and by not only talking about their listings, Realtors can build real relationships using Social Media. 1. Do for Others As a real estate
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