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Real Estate Reads Of The Week

By Molly on October 18th, 2013

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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.

Refill your coffee and get reading!

“The Stream Debuts In New York City Starring The CENTURY 21 Brand”

On Tuesday night in New York City and Wednesday night in Los Angeles the movie The Stream premiered starring the CENTURY 21 brand and our very own agent Rebecca Malek of CENTURY 21 Alliance. The film opens in 20 theaters across the country tonight. Continue reading to find the theater nearest you  .  .  .

“Real Estate Recovery Yields New Field of Opportunities”

This week RIS Media shared a recap of CENTURY 21 CEO Rick Davidson’s speech at the 2013 Real Estate CEO Exchange at New York City’s prestigious Yale Club. He remarked, “There’s no doubt that we’re in the midst of a market recovery, and it feels good to have the wind at our backs. However, as leaders, we need to constantly be thinking about what’s next by anticipating where the market’s headed.” Continue reading . . .

“Foursquare Opens Advertising to Small Businesses”

Agent Genius reported this week that Foursquare has added an advertising platform for small businesses. Are you already using Foursquare to promote your business? Will you proactively advertise to those checking in around your neighborhood? Continue reading . . .

“How To Use Fall Leaves To Your Lawn’s Advantage”

The website Houzz is not only great for home decorating inspiration, but they also provide helpful tips for homeowners. For example, did you know that fall leaves aren’t just meant to be raked into garbage bags? You can use leaves to boost your lawn’s nutrients and health. 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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