July 2019 Market & Tech

July’s Marketing & Tech Stat focuses on Homesale’s monthly website traffic. This would be good information to share with your sellers and potential clients to explain the impact that our marketing efforts have in getting their home in front of the right audience. Share, email, or mail this to your sphere and remind them that you are here for any questions they may have.

Click the links below to access the corresponding items:

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PDF Version: If you have issues viewing the flyer, save it to your computer first. This can be printed and then mailed with your business card.

JPG Version: You could use this graphic by saving it to your phone and uploading directly to Instagram and other social media sites.

Click here to easily share this as a blog article on your social media sites (Facebook, Twitter, etc.). You’ll be redirected to AskHomesale.com where you can simply scroll to the bottom of the article and select the social network you want to share it to.

You can also access the ecard template on the Market REsource by selecting ecards and searching for “Market & Tech – July 2019”.

May 2019 Market & Tech

May’s Marketing & Tech Stat focuses on current homebuyer preferences. This would be good information to share with your sellers and potential clients to explain that by staying on top of current buyer trends, you can give buyers what they want and help your seller receive top dollar on their listing. Share, email, or mail this to your sphere and remind them that you are here for any questions they may have.

Click the links below to access the corresponding items:

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PDF Version: If you have issues viewing the flyer, save it to your computer first. This can be printed and then mailed with your business card.

JPG Version: You could use this graphic by saving it to your phone and uploading directly to Instagram and other social media sites.

Click here to easily share this as a blog article on your social media sites (Facebook, Twitter, etc.). You’ll be redirected to AskHomesale.com where you can simply scroll to the bottom of the article and select the social network you want to share it to.

You can also access the ecard template on the Market REsource by selecting ecards and searching for “Market & Tech – May 2019”.

January Item of Value

This month’s item of value focuses on winter landscaping steps you can take to prepare for spring. This would be a great article to share with anyone thinking about selling their home this spring. Share, email, or mail this to your sphere and remind them that you are here for any questions they may have.

Click the links below to access the corresponding items:January 2019 IOV

PDF Version: If you have issues viewing the flyer, save it to your computer first.  This can be printed and then mailed with your business card.

JPG Version: – You could use this graphic by saving it to your phone and uploading directly to Instagram and other social media sites.

Click here to easily share this as a blog article on your social media sites (Facebook, Twitter, etc.). You’ll be redirected to AskHomesale.com where you can simply scroll to the bottom of the article and select the social network you want to share it to.

To access an Ecard template for the Item of Value, go to Marketing Resource Center and search January 2019 IOV.

6 Ways to Use Social Media to Sell a Home

Social Media can be used as a great tool to help sell homes. Whether by sharing listings, news, tips, or advice with your communities and prospective buyers or sellers, Social Media can help achieve real results. The amount of exposure that can be gained from employing the proper Social Media methods can pay off. The article below is a great success story, which if employed correctly may help you as well:

“When was the last time you sold a house for $135,000 above the asking price? An Australian man recently made headlines by doing just that: selling his home on Twitter.

With the help of digital marketer John Newell and real estate agent Hocking Stewart, Kurt Oprey was able to sell his home in Northcote, a Melbourne suburb, for $135,000 above the asking price by employing social media in the six weeks leading up to its auction. Though his strategy was a bit more complicated than the headlines suggest, it’s definitely simple enough for anyone with basic social media competence to employ and illustrates the future of real estate marketing in action. Here are six lessons “the Northcote house” can teach you about using social media to sell a home.”

1. Start by targeting specific keywords.

2. Create a microsite on WordPress.

3. Build campaigns for every major medium and service.

4. Collaborate to make it personal.

5. Share and Share Often.

6. Don’t do this alone.

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