(Updated September 2014)
Every junior high kid seems to have a Facebook page. Why should you, a real estate professional? Learn about social networking websites, see how other real estate agents have embraced social networking to increase their presence on the Internet to attract more clients, learn about the variety of social networking websites and much more. (A. Siudzinski, Senior Library Information Specialist)
"Boomers and retirees these days are considering a much wider range of destinations for retirement, often choosing states that don't commonly come to mind," says an editor of Where to Retire magazine.
A new study finds that women rate home ownership as the primary achievement in feeling accomplished in life, followed by having a stable career and having a family and children.
Certain dated design features in a home can really make some home buyers cringe. Could your listing have one of them?
Real estate professionals say they keep seeing buyers make the same mistakes over and over again in a home purchase. Don't let consumers make one of these errors.
No matter how hard we try to keep up with all the latest trends and technology, it is virtually impossible to use every real-estate-related mobile application. Here are a few you should focus on.
Last week the House passed S. 3245, which re-authorizes the EB-5 regional center program.
You may not spend money to use it, but free e-mail can have a cost.
You need to promote yourself online, but you can attract more consumers by being a resource on real estate transactions and your local area. Learn how.
Many home owners sold themselves short when they refinanced by not shopping around -- and they may have missed out on even more savings.