Listing content fuels the real estate industry, and displaying photographs of real properties online is now a vital part of the real estate professional’s marketing plan. Sellers use photographs to market properties, and buyers rely on those images to select which properties to visit.
The Link Agency has announced its addition of a first-of-its-kind real estate division, a private brokerage that is part of a national marketing firm. Designed to serve a limited number of busy residential and commercial
First impressions count. You may not be able to tell a book by its cover, but you’ll likely pay more for a book if the cover is charming and attractive. If your home is for sale, or soon will be, creating a positive first impression is one of the most important things you can do. […]
Over the past several years first-time home buyers may have shied away from entering the housing market due to stagnant wages and debt, but times have changed. According to TD Bank’s First-Time Home Buyer Pulse, one in five consumers is actively looking to buy his or her first home, and 46% of […]
Reading real estate advertising acronyms can sometimes feel like trying to parse ancient Greek: EIL with a W/D? LR with Fplc? An FDR with a DK?
Most real estate agents use similar abbreviations as part of real estate lingo, so once you get the jist, you can read any listing with confidence.
http://www.realtor.com/advice/not-shopping-around-for-a-mortgage-can-cost-you-heres-how/ Think you’re a savvy mortgage shopper? You might not be. A study by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau found that only about half of home buyers shopped around for a mortgage, meaning the other half considered only one lender or broker. That’s great—if you’re a lender. But you’re a borrower, which […]