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Cities with the most expensive real estate – NYC is NOT one of them!

When one thinks about a hectic (but profitable) real estate market, with lots of transactions, and a finite supply for a seemingly endless demand that makes real estate prices go absurd… that person probably has New York City as a role model. But guess what? That’s a trap. We’re not saying NYC is a piece …

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Last updated: February 1, 2019 • Real Estate Marketing

Get Listed With RealEstateAgent.com For Better Online Visibility

Looking for ways to score more cash in your pocket this year? When you join the Official Real Estate Agent Directory®, you’ll gain access to an entire list of tools not only to expand your network and land clients, but also to build your reputation. The keys to boosting your income are only a click …

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Last updated: January 21, 2019 • Real Estate Marketing

Real Estate Black Friday: It’s Not When You Thought it Was!

Traditionally, Black Friday weekend and Cyber Monday marks the beginning of the Christmas shopping season. If you are a real estate agent, you may think that means the weekend is a write off as people line up for deals and shop their way through as many stores as possible before returning home to eat turkey …

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Last updated: April 24, 2019 • Homes in the City, Real Estate Marketing

Does Living Near a Cemetery Affect Home Value?

You might be tempted to go with the flow and give “Yes!” as an answer to this question. Location does have an impact on any property’s value and it’s very interesting to see how graveyards shape the real estate market. Cemeteries are like a magnet with two poles – some are attracted to them, others …

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Last updated: January 14, 2019 • Real Estate Marketing

Marketing New Construction

Buying a new home that is new construction, can be a unique, creative opportunity. With a new construction, make sure that your clients understand that these types of properties can often come with flexibility for new home features. At times, it may be hard for clients to envision themselves living in a property that is not …

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