Bay State REALTOR® Sales and Marketing
|International Council Brings Feng Shui Back|
|Back by popular demand, Feng Shui expert Mary Stewart of Feng Shui Boston will give a full day workshop on October 29 from 10am – 4pm at MAR in Waltham. Stewart will share more of her proven tips to feng shui your office for increased sales and referrals. Mary will also provide powerful tools to use for your listings to enhance appeal and help sell the properties faster.|
|MAR Social Networking Program Hits the Road|
|With huge annual growth in sites like Facebook and LinkedIn, online social networking is here to stay. Combine that with the proliferation of blogs, discussion forums, and other social media on the Internet and you have one complicated mix of technologies and ways to connect with clients.|
|Social Networking: Sharpen Your Basic Skills to Build Success|
|As REALTORS®, staying in touch with clients throughout their home buying and selling life cycle is critical to repeat business and building your network of referrals. Find out how you can use social networking tools to establish yourself as an expert in your field and set yourself apart in the marketplace.|
|A Lapse in E&O Can Cost More Than It Saves|
|In today’s market, many real estate professionals have considered canceling their Errors & Omissions (E&O) Insurance to help lower their operating costs. But did you know that this lapse in coverage can cost you more than you save?
|Real Estate Marketing Survey Reveals Agent Spending Priorities|
|VHT, Inc., a leading provider of visual marketing services, has released the results of its exclusive survey of agents’ and brokers’ marketing activities. The survey shows that agents who have been around longer—more than five years—represented higher priced listings and spent more money, on average, marketing those properties.|
|Getting an Older Client’s Home in Shape for a Short Listing and Profitable Sale: Move Managers Help Realtors Succeed|
|As Realtors®, one of the most challenging and rewarding scenarios you encounter may be that of the older seller who has been in their home for 30, 40 or even 50 years. When going to do a current market assessment (CMA) at such a residence, you may find any or all of the following situations: a house that is tired and showing signs of deferred maintenance; spaces that are dark with dated furnishings; or a home that is in need of a good cleaning and may be too cluttered to even consider showing or listing without significant help.
|Become a Specialist|
|You are a professional. I'm sure there is something that you do better than most other Realtors®. What is it? And how do you get the word out?