Just sold cards: Don’t call it a comeback

Congratulations, you’ve just sold a house. What’s next? Obviously, you want to capitalize on your listing and use it to get another one. Consider, if you will, the old standby, the “just sold postcard.” Why pay for the expense and time delay of sending out a postcard via the mail when you can easily blast it out via Facebook, email, Instagram, Twitter or Snapchat …

4 landscaping tips to make your sellers’ wallets fatter

Landscaping can be a major contributor to a home’s value and could potentially influence an owner’s ability to sell the property. According to a National Association of Landscape Professionals survey, 84 percent of Americans agree that the quality of a home’s landscaping would affect their decision to buy the home …

10 home improvements even a beginner DIYer can handle

So you just bought a house that needs some work, but you are a short on cash and ever shorter on the skills needed to fix up your place. Not to worry! There are plenty of home improvement projects even the most beginner of DIYers can handle …

5 ways to build your business through quality community content

Helping potential clients starts with having quality, helpful content on your website. You have your property search — that’s a necessity. But do you have useful community content …

Why you should qualify and verify every potential buyer

So, let’s discuss the reasons agent’s don’t qualify buyers, the possible harm it does to sellers and how you can improve your qualifying techniques. So why is it that so many agents are willing to drop everything and show unqualified and unverified pro…

Open house marketing: 4 things sellers should avoid

Most of us are all too familiar with the television channel HGTV with its lavish home remodels and spunky hosts. Although it has given the common man both firsthand glimpses into the ins and outs of home maintenance and great tips for buying and sellin…