Realtors: Working with a Family Member or Friend? Three Things You Don’t Want to Do

So your cousin is looking to buy a new home. Suddenly your newest client is the same kid you used to go fishing with back in the day. All the dynamics change. This… Continue reading

Keeping Student Parents Engaged: Three Ways to Promote Students and Your School All Summer

Ah the end of another school year! And you thought it would never come! But now, with a long summer up ahead, students and their parents will be thinking about vacations, not about… Continue reading

Four Tips for Getting Realtor Testimonials

For realtors, nothing beats a solid testimonial for building trust and confidence. Testimonials are one of the few ‘old school’ tactics that continue to rank high on the list of effective marketing tools.… Continue reading

Mobile ‘Must Have’ Tools for Technology-Challenged Realtors

Yes it’s possible to use the latest technology even if you are not the most tech-savvy realtor. Using technology, such as mobile apps, has become necessary, especially for those realtors who want to… Continue reading

Why Your School Needs to Start Bragging

One of the things we teach our children is not to brag. It’s obnoxious, conceited and will lose friends fast. Children are taught to be modest and not blow their own horns. But… Continue reading

Older Real Estate Agents: What Millennials Are Saying About You

Okay, ‘older’ is not exactly ‘PC’. But if you fall somewhere between Gen X and Baby Boomers, then you are clearly older than the surge of millennial first time buyers. If you’re not… Continue reading

Non-Technical Real Estate Agents: How to Bridge The Gap With Millennial Buyers

First, here are a few key metrics from NAR and Pew Research, which we’ve shared before but bear repeating: Median age of today’s ‘millennial’: 26 years old Median age of today’s smart phone… Continue reading

Three Top Fundraising Ideas for Schools

Fundraising is the life blood of schools, especially small schools which tend to lack the funding the higher profile schools enjoy. Fundraisers can be time consuming and challenging to implement, which is probably… Continue reading

New Contest Lets Schools Get Creative and Win up to $ 5,000

Whether your school is private, charter, or public, chances are you could use some cash to bolster up your programs, renovate your classrooms, or even upgrade your technology. That’s the rationale behind a… Continue reading

Drone Progress for Real Estate Update: FAA Guidelines

We can’t help but notice the increasing number of articles on the topic of drones and their potential to revolutionize several industries, including real estate. Drones are about two things in the real… Continue reading