Marketing a real estate listing shouldn’t be seen as an expenditure. It is an investment. Marketing funds directed to the right efforts can net a substantial return in the form of a higher final sale price.
Having an online presence alone isn’t enough for real estate agents to thrive in today’s highly competitive environment. They can’t expect that a website and social media pages will be enough without nurturing them with content.
Beginning agents have a laundry list of tasks to complete to get their careers off the ground. An online presence is a necessity, so penning the perfect biography for yourself should be one of the first objectives set.
Many primary bathroom trends in 2022 share one thing in common: luxury. Especially with higher-end homes, making updates to account for current trends — especially those that make a home feel more luxurious — can be key to a higher final sale price.
There are millions and millions of users on Instagram at any given moment. The photo-laden platform is a perfect place for real estate agents to show off listings and advertise their services.
Professional real estate photography is one of the keys to building a Facebook presence with a business page. Much like getting eyes on listings, the first goal for content is to stop people from scrolling. Spectacular photos from listings are the best way to do just that.