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How a Real Estate Virtual Assistant Brings the Best in You

Real Estates agents possess outstanding interpersonal skills displayed by their ability to understand their clients’ concerns and negotiate with people involved in the property selling-buying process. Whether you are a listings agent or a buyer’s agent, talking to prospects, inspecting homes, hosting open houses, presenting and negotiating offers on behalf of your clients are among […]

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Real Estate Blog Commenting: 4 Effective Practices for a Fruitful Link Building Campaign

Establishing a solid online presence is undoubtedly invaluable nowadays when the internet is the first place where people look for information. This is especially true for real estate agents as web visitors’ chance of conversion from online leads to actual clients is high. Creating an interactive, user friendly, and professional looking website is a must. […]

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Blocked: Difficulties in Writing for Real Estate Blogs

Are you at your wit’s end thinking of post ideas for your real estate blog? If, as a real estate assistant, part of your job is to write blog posts that are in any way related to real estate, do you have a hard time thinking of topics? You may not be the only one […]

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3 Summer-themed Blog Ideas for Real Estate Virtual Assistants

A treat for summer heat? It’s nearly summertime once again, as a real estate virtual assistant, you must be wondering what to post for your real estate blog. And you want your blogs to reflect the season. You may think this is a hard task to tackle, since writing for real estate seems like you’re […]

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Why Real Estate Agents Hire Real Estate Assistants

Real estate assistants help real estate agents save time, money and effort

Economic struggles over the years have caused business owners to employ some serious changes for their companies’ survival. Real estate agents are not immune to these situations. The need to lower expenditures and avoid unnecessary spending to optimize funds are a major consideration. With quality of service to all clients still being the main priority, […]

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On the Move: Property inventory shortage impacts relocation rentals

This post was written by Michelle Sandlin and originally appeared on Chron.com. The Houston real estate market has been heating up this summer, which has had an impact on people who are relocating to the area. It is always interesting to look at developing trends to stay up-to-date on what is happening both in the Houston market and […]

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The List: South Florida’s Top 25 Residential Real Estate Developers

This post was written by Gilberto Medina and originally appeared on bizjournals.com. A Miami-based company ranked first on theSouth Florida Business Journal’s list of the top residential real estate developers. The company earned the top spot based on its 1,267 South Florida closings (single-family homes and townhomes) in the four quarters ended March 31, 2013. Newcomers […]

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Florida Has Highest Foreclosure Rate But New Cases On Decline: Report

This post was written by Paul Owers and originally appeared on Huffington Post. Florida finished the first half of 2013 with the nation’s highest foreclosure rate, but new cases are on the decline, according to a report released Thursday. From January through June, one in 58 homes across the Sunshine State was facing foreclosure, figures […]

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Top 5 Largest Private Companies in the Bay Area

This post was written by Julia Cooper, a researcher at San Francisco Business Times, and originally appeared on bizjournals.com It wasn’t even close. Bechtel Corp. claimed the top spot on the San Francisco Business Times’ annual ranking of the largest private companies in the Bay Area. With $37.9 billion in 2012 revenue, the San Francisco engineering and construction firm raked […]

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Real Estate Study Inadvertently Reveals South Florida Population Isn’t THAT Old

This post originally appeared on wlrn.org The California-based real estate analysis company RealtyTrac has released a list of the nation’s top “Retirement Hot Spots for Real Estate Investing.” No surprise, Florida figures prominently – 7 of the top 15 cities are in the Sunshine State. What might be surprising though, none of those are from South Florida. “Delray […]

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