5 Tips for Making Butt Kicking Blog Content

If you search for blogging tips online chances are you’ll find a website telling you that you need to create killer content in order to drive and maintain traffic to your site. Truth be told, it’s easier said than done. Not only does your content have to be to be interesting, but it also […]

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10 Benefits of Using a Real Estate Agent

Have you ever considered selling your home on your own? If so you should take a look at this article from How Stuff Works, as they’ve broken down the top 10 benefits to listing your home with a real estate agent. While in tough times cutting down on costs may seem like a great […]

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5 Mistakes That Make House Flipping a Flop

In a rush to make a profit, there are many things that can go wrong quickly while flipping a house. Many across the USA have begun to flip houses full time since the economic downturn of 2008-09, and some have seen tremendous profits. Others have not been so lucky.

If you’re attempting to flip a […]

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How Much Should You Pay for a New Website?

If you’ve been around for twenty years or you’re just entering the market, one thing is certain, you will need a website. Agents that have been around for a long time may not have an up-to-date site (or no site at all) and may be comfortable with the status quo of their business. Any […]

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5 Tax Write-Offs That Are Often Missed By Real Estate Agents

Tax time shouldn’t be seen as a worrysome time, but rather a time of opportunity for real estate agents. You as the agent can make sure more of your money stays in your pocket simply by understanding a little accounting. There are many well-known tax write-offs that agents enjoy, but what about the ones […]

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Best Communities on Google Plus for Real Estate Agents

By now, we’re sure you’re aware of what a valuable tool Google Plus is for real estate agents.
With so much happening on Google Plus, it can be hard sometimes to figure out where, when, and how you should post. One of the most recurring questions we get here at NestBuilder is:
What are the best […]

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Building Strategic Partnerships in Your Neighborhood

On average, Americans move 11.7 times in a lifetime (2011 Census); with most people moving within 12 miles of their existing home. The average first time buyer is 31-years-old, and the median buyer is 42-years-old in the United States.
So what does this mean for you as an agent?
It means, for the most part, you […]

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10 Reasons to Start Blogging

There are articles and blog posts all over the Web about blogging for real estate. Most of the “experts” agree that blogging can be very effective if done properly.

So how can blogging be beneficial to your real estate business? A Blog is about creating a relationship with your potential prospects and clients. It can […]

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5 Things You Should Never Do On Social Media

Social media has given all of us a great avenue to interact with our customers. It’s no secret that social media is no fad, it’s here to stay. So rather than fight against this new order, let’s embrace it.
Social media can be seen as a sort of free-for-all when it comes to content. What […]

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What the Heck is a #Hashtag And When Should You Use Them?

So what the heck is a hashtag?
Well let’s do a little history.

In July 2009, Twitter rolled out an update which allowed for users to categorize their tweets with other users on the platform with the use of a, “#” and then the categorization, i.e. #realestate. When these were included in a tweet the characters […]

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