Effective Social Media Strategies for Realtors

Like in any modern organization, real estate agents can utilize social media channels to effectively conduct their day-to-day business. Indeed, recent research conducted by the National Association of real estate agents® tells us that this is already happening, with 77% of real estate businesses using social media to market their portfolio or conduct business in…

4 Ways to Save When Selling Your Home

Selling your home can be a thrilling and very lucrative experience. But for the first-time home seller, it can also be nerve-wracking and deflating.  That’s because selling the largest investment of your life can be counterintuitively expensive. Getting your home ready to be scrutinized by strangers takes a lot of cash and elbow grease. As…

Why Maintenance Tracking is Beneficial to HOAs

Homeowner Association property management can be a daunting task; however, there are ways to make it easier. One of the most efficient ways to make managing an HOA easier is to add maintenance tracking to your program of maintenance. The reason why maintenance tracking is efficient for HOAs is that maintenance tracking allows you to…

Home Builders: Do They “Get” Buyers?

It’s not you, it’s them. If you shop for a newly-built home and feel unappreciated, disoriented, or overwhelmed by the new-home buying process, it’s them—home builders—not you, who are off-track, according to home building industry experts in a recent webcast for home builders hosted by BUILDER and Meyers Research. “There is no mystery to what…

Choosing the Right TV For Your Home

TV shopping has become quite the animal. There are so many features to choose from, brands vying for your dollar, and stores doing the same. Here’s a list of options to consider when shopping for your next TV. Size According to Digital Trends, modern TVs are now incredibly consistent when it comes to picture quality…

Hot Wallpaper Trends to Transform Your Space

Wallpaper. It’s the word that still makes some people shudder from long-held memories of those god-awful, old-fashioned designs that were permanently affixed to Grandma’s walls.  “Wallpaper is one of those things that fell out of the zeitgeist—hard,” said Stylecaster. “After pervading the home decor trends-sphere in the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s, wallpaper became the stuff…