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Real Estate Reads Of The Week

By Molly on April 12th, 2013


Happy Friday!

Each Friday we share with you the must-read, real estate news of the week. We’ve got everything you need to know to stay on top of breaking industry news and trends.

“How To Close More Deals – The Relationship Strategy”

Our friends over at Bigger Pockets wrote a great piece on the importance of building and nurturing relationships in order to close more deals. Sometimes it’s the little things that make your business stand out. Learn how to become the agent of choice in your community. Continue reading . . .

“How To Budget For Your Very First Home”

So, you’ve been renting for years and now you’ve gotten your financial situation in order and are ready to buy a house. Do you know how much house your monthly budget can handle? Do you know all the parties involved to close? MSN Real Estate lays it all out. Continue reading . . .

“Lenders More Optimistic About Home Prices”

Lenders are more confident about the direction of home prices than at any time in the last three years, according to a quarterly survey conducted for decision-management firm FICO by the Professional Risk Managers’ International Association. This is great news for the market and great news for your business. Continue reading . . .

“30+ Killer Ways to Build Your Email List”

Who doesn’t want a biggest email list? It doesn’t matter if you’re an agent, broker or recruiter – having a bigger email list allows you to reach out to your target market on a one-on-one level. In this great piece from the New Media Expo (formerly known as Blog World), get smart about how to increase your email subscriptions and extend your reach within your sphere. Continue reading . . .

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Molly is a member of the @C21 social media team. When she's not live blogging from conferences or interviewing System members, you can find her reading about interior design, writing restaurant reviews, and imagining what the kitchen will look like in her Parisian dream home.
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