December 2017 Marketing Minute

These Are The Top Cities to Buy and Sell Homes In 2018

It’s no secret that limited home inventory has resulted in overall increased home values and prices throughout the duration of 2017. However, it wouldn’t be fair to say that all markets are the same. Strong job markets and desirable living conditions can greatly affect a certain market, while other home prices might suffer with less labor and available inventory. Check out these buyers and sellers markets to get an idea of what the 2018 state of real estate might look like.

Real Estate Trends of 2018

Supply is expected to catch up with demand. Southern homes will be where the money’s at. And finally, millennials could make up 43 percent of all of the homebuyers expected to take out a mortgage in 2018. Aside from these several things, what else is dominating the real estate trends of 2018? Read this article to be prepared for the new year and what’s to come in the housing industry.

5 Lead Generation Strategies That Actually Work

Real estate agents spend a lot of time looking for clients who might be looking to buy or sell a home. But how much of that time ends up getting wasted on strategies that have a low return on investment? Whether you’re trying out Facebook Ads for the first time or making sure to properly follow up with clients, there are ways to significantly increase your business. Here are 5 ways to get more leads that actually work.

How Much is Too Much to Spend on a Home?

Sometimes, it’s easy to get caught up in the dream of buying a huge home. For some, that’s the American Dream. But how much home can you actually afford? Start by thinking about the must-haves you’re searching for in your next home, and establish a target price point. From there, there are several other ways to ensure that you don’t break the bank on your next home purchase. This article will give you some helpful tips on staying within your means.

10 Tips for Holiday Travel

Are you heading out of town for the holiday season? Or maybe, you have guests flying in for a week. Regardless, the stress of holiday travel is real. Instead of waiting until the last minute, plan out everything this year. These 10 tips will give you some insight as to when you should avoid the highways and how to find the best deals.

QUICK LINKS

Designer Tips to Liven Your Holiday Decor

How to Cut Down Your Heating Bills This Winter

Questions to Ask a Stager Before Hiring

“If we’re growing, We’re always going to be out of our comfort zone.”

— JOHN C. MAXWELL,
Author and public speakerr

 

HOMES & LAND | DECEMBER 2017

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