Effective Ways To Maximize Your Visit To An Open House

Posted on: 27 January 2017

In the process of shopping for a home, attending an open house is often your second step after viewing an online listing and believing that it meets your criteria. When you visit the home, you'll get a chance to tour through each room, ask the listing agent any questions you may have, and work to develop an idea as to whether you might wish to submit an offer or schedule a follow-up private showing that you can attend with your real estate agent.
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These Gift Ideas For Referrals Can Keep Your Real Estate Clients Happy

Posted on: 27 January 2017

When you work as a real estate agent, referrals are likely a big part of your business. While traditional forms of advertising and online advertising can be effective, there's arguably nothing quite as satisfying as having a prospective client call you up because your name was recommended by the person's family member, friend, co-worker, or neighbor who was a previous client of yours. Picking up a new client because he or she was referred to you can net you thousands of dollars, so it's nice to show your appreciation with a gift for your original client who made the referral to you and helped your business.
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Things To Prepare In Advance Of Renting Your First Apartment

Posted on: 27 January 2017

The idea of renting your first apartment may have you dreaming of decorating your own space and feeling like you're moving up in the world, but it's important to keep your feet on the ground so that you can be ready when an opportunity comes up. In many cities, the process of renting real estate like an apartment is highly competitive; when an opening is available, it may only be available for a matter of hours before someone else secures a lease.
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Purchasing Real Estate: 3 Tips That Will Help You Make A Better And More Informed Offer

Posted on: 27 January 2017

When it's time to finally start a family of your own and to build or buy your dream house, you can join over 52% of Americans who were surveyed in 2015 who said they were buying a place in the next 5 years by starting your search for your dream house as soon as possible. Even with the help of a real estate agent, it might still take you years to find a place that you like.
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