I have learned through experience that when a real estate listing has been on the market for over 30 days with no offers, it is considered a “stale” listing. It takes marketing expertise to keep the listing appealing, buyers interested and sellers satisfied.
The same concept applies to your company blog, Twitter and other online media. If you don’t refresh your content – from your website to your Facebook Page – it becomes “stale.” Subscribers start dropping off and click rates slow down. People constantly seek fresh information online, or they will keep surfing until they find it. That’s why it’s important to keep your data from drying out.
The Real Estate market is in an upswing trend. We are starting to see multiple offers, full price or above asking prices, and quick closings. What happens in this type of market is that buyers have to make on-the-spot decisions if they want the property they are interested in. This leaves the possibility wide open for mortgage fraud.
Don’t get caught up in it this go around. I am sharing my Yahoo! Published Article on Mortgage Fraud that I wrote in a previous hot Real Estate market, because it is relevant now and it will educate you going into this new market trend.
I have just one question for the Blogosphere today:
Exactly when did the “pound sign” revert to being called the “hashtag?”
I realize Twitter is responsible for this paradigm shift, but now I’m confused. Are all those companies out there going to redo their automated telephone menus? Because I’m supposed to enter my account number, and then press the “pound key” not the “hashtag.”
Okay, that was two questions…I apologize.
How do I market my real estate listing?
If you are a Realtor with a property listing – say, a residential home in a subdivision outside of town – do you know what type of buyer you should be marketing that property to? Well, first you have to conduct some research:
Ooh, this article is for the bravest of the brave, and for those who want to make improvements.
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