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Last updated: July 13, 2020 • Marketing Tips

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As a real estate agent, over the course of your career you might find yourself thinking of ways in which you can better approach your target audience. Whether it’s buyers, sellers or just people who are interested in the real estate market, your portfolio of clients used to be limited to your direct contact lists. …

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Last updated: June 19, 2020 • Marketing Tips

The Perfect Score: How to build Your Creditworthiness

If you’re an adult over the age of eighteen, chances are you’ve heard of credit scores. You might not be entirely sure how it works, or what exactly it is, but you know that it can have a huge impact on your financial life. Maybe you’ve been turned down for a loan on a new …

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Last updated: October 9, 2020 • Marketing Tips

12 Tips to Picking a Great Santa Rosa Beach Real Estate Agent

When you are ready to buy a home, you also have to ensure you have all the information on picking the best real estate agent. If you fail in choosing a great real estate agent, it will be a bumpy ride ahead. With the right realtor, the buying process will be less stressful, and you …

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Last updated: May 8, 2020 • Marketing Tips

Minimizing housing costs: rent a room or get a roommate

Did you think of Monica and Rachel from the Friends series when you read the title? Rachel was Monica’s longest roommate across the ten seasons. Well, all of us at RealEstateAgent.com are so obsessed with this series. And it must have had a great impact on the real estate market, too, as it kind of …

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Last updated: May 8, 2020 • Marketing Tips

9 Criteria for Finding the Best Us Cities to Be a Landlord In

You may think that landlords have an easy life, but this is not always true. “Landlord” is a job title, though it doesn’t necessarily sound like one. How to get this job title? By owning rental properties. The word “landlord” has a long history, though. While in the middle ages the landlord used to own …

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