More and more showings are being scheduled this summer, and with such a high number of showings, it’s important for listing agents to review and update listing details. ShowingTime makes that process easy.
Asking for referrals doesn’t have to be burdensome. It’s really quite simple, especially if you’re asking satisfied clients. Here are some insights we came across on asking clients for referrals at various points during the home buying/selling process.
Before Maureen Archey became a full-time real estate agent last October, she was balancing a full-time job in the IT department of a financial company with her part-time real estate career.
Juggling both was challenging, but the real estate portion of her life was made easier with ShowingTime.
We previously looked at Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Today we’re focusing on four others that can help you build your brand, get leads and increase business.
Two MarketStats metrics we are frequently asked about are Median Sales Price and Average Sales Price. Here’s the difference.
ShowingTime’s series on how real estate agents can benefit from social media continues today with a look at Twitter.
Today we’re continuing our social media spotlight with a deeper look at LinkedIn and the best practices to ensure real estate agents get the most out of it.
Associate broker Kevin Vitali embraces technology in his real estate business and was an early adopter of another real estate evolution – the third-party showing service.
What’s the best way to utilize Facebook as a real estate agent? Here are four areas to look at to make sure you’re getting the most out of your Facebook page: