In a home sale, what’s a fixture vs personal property? Buyers and sellers often get confused on what needs to be excluded and what doesn’t in a home sale. There is a difference between what is considered personal property and what is considered part of the house. Learn the differences at Maximum Real Estate Exposure.
See tips for picking the best mortgage lenders at Maximum Real Estate Exposure. Helpful advice for choosing the right mortgage lender for your needs. Keep in mind that the lender you choose to work with is one of the most important steps in the home buying process. These tips for selecting a company with help tremendously.
Are you considering selling your house without using a real estate agent? Take a look at all the pros and cons of selling a home for sale by owner. See if selling for sale by owner makes sense or not. You may discover that paying a Realtor makes more sense than trying to save what may be little money in the end.
Need more exposure for your real estate content? Pinterest is one of the best social media platforms for doing so. You will get more views than any other platform when you use the advice found here from Bill Gassett in this article for RIS MEDIA. Bill provides excellent tips for a real estate agent to excel on Pinterest through the use of group boards.
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Do you want to learn how to use print media effectively as a real estate agent? Most Realtor put add for their listings in newspapers. Can you so HO HUM? No wonder print isn’t effective. In the article you’ll see something far more creative to win real estate business. Advertising in your local newspaper can still bring in real estate leads, as long as you are consistent and distinguish your brand from the rest.
Learn five essential marketing tips to prioritize to become a successful real estate agent and top producer in real estate. In order to get business from the internet you need to utilize it more effectively. In the article at Placester see great tips from Bill Gassett on how to win more real estate business.
Do you want to take your real estate business to another level? Creating great real estate content is just one part of the puzzle when you are trying to build a profitable real estate business. You must also learn to master how to have more people viewing it. You can have the greatest content in the world but if nobody sees it, you’ll get little benefits. In the article, see all the ways you should be maximizing your online exposure.
Bill Gassett or RE/MAX Executive Realty and owner of The Maximum Real Estate Exposure Blog was winning the Internet and social media before it became a must-use tool. Find out how he’s turned it into a lead-generating machine for the long haul. Use his advice to grow your real estate business through the use of popular social media channels.
Are you looking for an affordable community to live in outside of Boston? In my last review of some of the more affordable towns west of Boston for purchasing real estate I looked at Grafton and Northbridge Massachusetts. Grafton and Northbridge are located just outside the route 495 belt and offer affordable alternatives for those looking to be in or around the Metrowest area. In the article you can find more cities and towns to check out for your real estate needs.
If you have a real estate website one of the most powerful information you can have is community pages. A community page is about the city’s or towns that you provide your real estate services. By creating these pages you can show off your local real estate expertise. When someone wants to buy or sell a home they want to work with someone who is knowledgeable.
Whether you have heard of the site or not, if you are an agent and you have
yet to establish yourself on Pinterest, the time to start is now. Pinterest is one of the best social media platforms for a real estate agent to get exposure for their blog or website. See how you can use Pinterest in your business.
See what you should Know About Open Houses in this article from Realty Times. You will see the pros and cons of having an open house. Unfortunately, many people never think about the negative aspects because real estate agents rarely discuss them. You can find out all the drawbacks of an open house in the article.
Are you a real estate agent looking to increase your social media presence? If this sounds correct I can tell you one of the better sites to do so is Linkedin. In the article at Young Professionals Network you will see some great advice on how a real estate agent can use Linkedin to enhance their business.
Buying a home is an exciting adventure especially when you are doing it for the first time. The purchase of a home, however, comes with great financial responsibility. When you are putting less than twenty percent down you’ll be paying what’s known as private mortgage insurance. This is a useless fee that you will want to stop paying as soon as you are able. Find out how at Huliq.
Make Sure You’re Pre-Approved Before Looking at Homes! If you are a first time home buyer or have been renting for quite a while, one of the most important things you can do it get pre-approved for a mortgage. Make sure you understand the difference between a mortgage pre-approval a pre-qualification. They are very different.
What is Dual Agency? How does dual agency work? These are questions that every consumer should understand. Unfortunately, most don’t because the person explaining it to them has a vested interest into the buyers and sellers agreeing to it. Dual agency benefits real estate agents, not consumers. Learn why at Realty Times.
Many agents speak highly of open houses. What you may not realize, though, is that an open house typically has more benefits for your agent than for you. It is not necessary to open your house up to people who don’t belong. Showings bring vetted buyers while an open house brings anyone with a pulse. Avoid open houses unless you don’t mind the chance of having your home robbed.
See the best real estate articles from Bill Gassett on collecting wisdom. Expert real estate advice from a top producing Realtor who has been selling homes for the past thirty-two years. Bill has been one of the top RE/MAX real estate agents in New England over the last two decades. He works for RE/MAX Executive Realty in Hopkinton Massachusetts. His blog, Maximum Real Estate Exposure is one of the most recognized in the real estate industry. My work has also been featured on RIS Media, National Association of Realtors, Inman News, Placester, RESAAS, Credit Sesame and others
What Should I Ask The Home Inspector? When most buyers think about questions to ask a home inspector, it’s usually about things before they hire them. The questions you ask after the home inspection can be just as important. See all the best questions to ask a home inspector at Maximum Real Estate Exposure.