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5 Social Media Trends to Keep on Your Radar

To connect with your clients, attract new ones and grow your business online, you need to be in the know about the changing landscape of social media. Explore these trends so you can create an effective social strategy and stay ahead of your competition.

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6 Hot Marketing Tips for 2015

It’s a new year, and that means new opportunities to grow your business. With the help of these marketing tips, 2015 could be your best year yet!

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6 Strategies for Managing Your Online Reputation

In real estate, your reputation IS your business. Clients and prospects need to know you can be trusted and that you can do a great job for them. Build and manage a solid online reputation, attract clients and protect your name by following these tips.

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8 Simple Ways to Relieve Stress

There’s no question the real estate business can be trying at times. When you work in a field with this much competition, a fluctuating housing market and an income that varies, it can take its toll on you. Here are some ways to help you cope.

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August 2014 Realty Trivia Challenge

According to Feng Shui, a red house door is a sign of welcome and a gateway for good energy. What does a red door signify in Scotland?

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Expanding Your Client Base With Social Media

If you’re not using multiple sources of social media, you’re doing yourself and your clients a disservice. Social media is one of the most effective ways to connect with clients.

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February 2014 Realty Trivia Challenge

Who first said, “Buy land, they’re not making it anymore”?

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Finding Your Specialty Niche

While you can succeed as a real estate generalist, specializing in certain types of properties, one type of client or a particular geographical area can set you apart you from your competition. Learn how to stand out by following these tips.

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Going Paperless: Out with the Old, In with the New

Going paperless saves time, money, the environment and the frustration of scouring mounds of paper to find what you need. If you’re ready to kick the paper habit, today’s technology makes it easier to clear the clutter and become more efficient.

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Go It Alone or Hire a Pro? Cleaning Gutters

Let’s face it: Cleaning gutters isn’t glamorous, but it’s a project you…

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Go It Alone or Hire a Pro? Hanging a TV Mount

If you’re using a tabletop stand to hold your flat screen television, or if there’s a new TV in your future, you might be thinking about installing a wall mount. So should you do it yourself or hire a professional?

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Go It Alone or Hire a Pro? Installing Deck Tiles

If your wood deck or concrete patio could use a facelift, wood deck tiles may be the answer. But, is it a project you should tackle yourself? Here’s how to tell.

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Go It Alone or Hire a Pro? Replacing an Entry Door Threshold

Door thresholds play an important role in sealing out the elements. If they’re worn out, doors may not close properly, causing drafts. Should you replace it or hire a professional?

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Healthy Eating on the Go

If you’re always shuttling back and forth to your listings, it can be hard to find time to eat right. These tips that can help you eat healthier when you're on the move.

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How to Network Anywhere

Seminars and industry events are excellent places for you to network. You just have to keep your eyes and ears open to new opportunities and know how to engage others wherever you go.

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Infographic: 5 Tips for Selling Your Home Using Feng Shui

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May 2014 Realty Trivia Challenge

According to a 2014 Remodeling Magazine study, which home renovation project (non-DIY) brings the lowest return at resale?

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New Feature! The Quarterly Agent Spotlight

Our new feature takes a close look at how various real estate agents grow their business. Learn how relationship building is key to this Colorado couple’s success.

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November 2014 Realty Trivia Challenge

What city has the most expensive housing market in America?

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Put a Stronger Shield to Work for Your Business

The ALL-NEW American Home Shield® is helping to ensure that our home warranties protect your clients like never before while addressing your business needs better.

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Real Estate Professionals: Help Sellers Entice Buyers and Avoid Headaches

An AHS Home Protection Plan not only makes a home more attractive but also gives sellers great peace of mind too. Learn more in this month’s video.

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Taking Better Photos to Help Sell Your Listings

Most potential buyers view properties online before they even think of scheduling a viewing or visiting an open house. Here's how you can take photos that will light up your listings and get them noticed.

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Top 4 Market Trends for Homebuyers in 2015

Home buying has felt like a roller coaster over the past decade. Luckily for you, and your buyers, things are on the upswing. Don’t miss these four trends that are sure to impact your business in 2015.

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What You Should Know About Virtual Staging

Every real estate professional knows that vacant homes usually sit on the market longer because most clients can’t picture themselves in a property with bare walls and empty floors. Virtual Staging allows your clients to see the full potential.

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