Up until recently, America’s tallest buildings have mostly contained office space. Now, demand from ultra-rich domestic and foreign buyers for sky-high trophy homes is driving the construction of four super tall condo towers in Midtown Manhattan. But this trend isn't just limited to Manhattan.
Maybe I find this so interesting because I have always dreamed of living in a huge condo in downtown Seattle. I've always longed to be a city dweller. I suppose if they build enough of them, I'll eventually be able to afford one, haha.
8 Real Estate Business Card Tips for Agents - Trulia Pro Blog
Agents: If you think the only thing your business cards need is your name, phone number and email address, think again! Check out these eight real estate business card best practices to make sure you’re getting the most out of your business cards!
You could be missing out on a number of opportunities to do better with your business cards!
12 Ways to Challenge a Home Appraisal - AOL Real Estate
The result of that home appraisal has a large impact on the fate of your real estate deal, and can even jeopardize closing altogether if it comes in low enough. This article outlines 12 actions agents should take if that all-important appraisal comes in lower than they and their clients were hoping.
Don't be the real estate agent that is resigned to a low appraisal. Equip yourself with the knowledge to add value to the transaction for your client!
In addition to being a charming 18th-century farmhouse nestled in a quaint hamlet in Upstate New York, this four bedroom home has hosted no less than four presidents over the centuries it has existed. The home, as well as its accompanying barn, tea house and guest cottage, can be yours for a mere $729,000.
I just think it would be cool to own something from the 1700's. I'll admit, I would probably spend a good solid month looking under every board in the house trying to find a copy of the Declaration of Independence, haha! (And I'd definitely buy a metal detector and waste every free minute I had trying to find who knows what)
Are you using Instagram to market your business? There is some pretty solid evidence to suggest you should start. But take my suggestion of this article with a grain of salt, I freaking love instagram. Maybe I'm tired of reading what people are thinking (FB and Twitter) and am finding simple images easier to connect with these days. In any case, real estate is a highly visual industry so Instagram makes a ton of sense.