HomeTrackr is, according to the company’s website, “a revolutionary and simple way to access critical and hard to get information about your future home.” HomeTrackr follows a similar function to Carfax: it gives you critical information about the “physical health of a home before you make an offer.” Which is why it’s perfect for potential home buyers and real estate agents alike: the more information you have, the more informed of a decision—and an offer—you can make about and on a home.
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Sometimes the amount of real estate agents looking for buyers can be daunting, making you feel like a small fish in an ever-expanding pond. However, finding home buyers in today’s market doesn’t have to be intimidating. All you need to know is who you’re looking for, what they want, where to find them, and how to approach them.
There are many different types of buyers, but we’ll be focusing on two general categories: first time home buyers and repeat buyers. Within the repeat buyers category we will discuss trade-up buyers, trade-down buyers, and investors.
When it comes to the where, you need to focus on finding home buyers in two places: online and offline. It’s important to know how to hunt for prospective buyers in both spheres using effective techniques.
By Jesse McCarl
There has been a lot of buzz about the recent change in Facebook algorithms. The social network is constantly revising itself to make what shows up in your News Feed relevant to you, but the latest shift has ruffled some feathers. Here’s a look at why it may not be the best for most business pages, but is great for you as a real estate agent.
By Jesse McCarl
Two weeks ago, luxury agent Joy Bender and Jack Cotton joined together to present a HouseHunt webinar – Breaking Into the Luxury Market. Joy shared how to get started to reach desired clientele and how to impress them once you’ve captured their interest. Jack Cotton’s portion shared tips for once your business starts to gain momentum. Today we look at the luxury real estate lingo he introduced, and how it is relevant to his secrets for success.