Friday, October 23, 2015

Write a Guest Blog to Stand out from the Competition

With the fall real estate season getting underway, customers have written to tell us how much they appreciate the useful information they are finding in our guest realtor posts. Tens of thousands have visited our guest posts via our blog, Facebook, Tumblr and Twitter accounts. Now is the time to let us send some of that traffic your way!
We are still looking for short written pieces (approximately 300-500 words) that showcase your real estate expertise, from checklists to features on realty documents to insights about hot real estate markets.
Its super easy to participate, just send me a note and we can get started right away. If you need a little more inspiration, check out some recent posts that were written by other contributing real estate agents. For example, learn about The Benefits of Using a Tech-savvy Agent or 10 Questions To Ask Yourself When Refinancing.
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Pitch me a blog idea today and watch your online traffic rise above and beyond the competition.
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Monday, October 12, 2015

The listing season is upon us, and we all the know the best time to get your home sold is in the spring and summer months.Here are a few tips that will improve the probability that your home gets sold. The first thing you should do is declutter your space, by eliminating the pictures and coupons on the fridge, the mail and the shoes laying around you do a buyer a service. A buyer wants to walk in and imagine the space as theirs, so it's important to get rid of the excess. Next, thing you should do is keep the space neutral, avoid bold and extreme colors and keep the art work large and simple.  

Tuesday, June 2, 2015


Saturday, May 16, 2015

Pre Fab

One of the best things about shipping container architecture is that you can go as small or as large as you like. Matt and Barbara Mooney of Dallas, TX worked with local firm M Gooden Design to create their 3,700-square-foot dream home using 14 40-foot long recycled shipping containers as the main building blocks.