Here’s a batch of articles we found this past week that piqued our interest, including how Apple’s latest iOS could allow for augmented realty experiences, tips on creating a successful real estate team and one agent’s thoughts on why REALTORS® shouldn’t be considered sales people.
Apple’s latest operating system was released earlier this week and it includes ARKit, a framework that allows developers to create augmented reality experiences for iPads and iPhones. What can real estate tech companies do with it? The possibilities abound.
Some Thoughts on Our Value Proposition Dick Greenberg on ActiveRain
Dick Greenberg, of Fort Collins, Colorado, writes about how real estate agents aren’t sales people, but marketing and client service people.
Carole Rogers, an associate broker in Warwick, New York, shares her thoughts on creating a successful team that excels in your market.
New home construction increased 3.4 percent year over year in August after a slight slowdown, but experts expect another decline following Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
Staging Your Home for a Successful Sale This Fall Coldwell Banker
This post by Patti Stern of PJ & Company Staging and Interior Decorating gives several key home-staging suggestions, including keeping it simple, boosting perceived value with a cosmetic facelift and creating a lasting impression.
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