5 Things You Should Know (6/26)

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1. Does Hurricane Damage Negatively Impact Your Real Estate Value?

What you should do:
– Ease the burden(s) of grappling with Mother Nature’s fury for your homeowners, by providing
them with the home care, improvement and safeguarding resources they need to keep their
property (and lives) secure.

2. How a Philly real estate agent threw a family she’d never met a huge virtual housewarming party.

What you should do:
– Let this story inspire you to continue supplying your buyers with everything they need to
successfully search for their dream home.


3. The real-estate-ification of the presidential sales pitch.
What you should do:
– Take a look at your own pitch(es). Are they working? Can you learn something new?


4. Instagram’s new hour-long IGTV videos are perfect for real estate.

What you should do:
– Maintain a strong, active presence on social media. It’s (literally) free, extensive exposure!

Speaking of which, here are some of our most popular blog posts on social media:
– 5 Best Ways To Connect With Home Buyers & Sellers On Facebook
 – Can Facebook Ads Increase Listings & Leads? You Bet!
– 5 Social Media Tips You Probably Aren’t Implementing But Should
– More Likes + More Followers = More Listings?


5. A look at the funniest real estate websites.

What you should do:
– Laugh a little. 😉


Hope your week is off to a stellar start,

– Tim

Marketing Director
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1101 S. Winchester Blvd, J-225
San Jose, CA 95128

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