Real Estate Blog - Blog Archive: June, 2017

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June 2017

Found 4 blog entries for June 2017.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Print marketing: putting together home books, flyers, postcards, door hangers, etc.
  • Social marketing: advertising open houses, new listings, and virtual tours.
  • Listing setup and client communications: scheduling inspections, repairs, staging, RMLS and KWRP entry, documenting all processes, keeping clients in the loop and informed.
  • Contractor coordination: scheduling of inspections, bids, and work, maintaining contractor relationships, facilitating relationships between clients and contractors.

Details about the position

  • Full time hourly position (40 hours per week).
  • Most work will happen in the office at 9755 SW Barnes Rd, with potential for work out at listing sites.

What we’re looking for in a

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There’s nothing quite like some well-earned time off in a cool new place, but vacations certainly don’t pay for themselves. Here are a few ideas for funding your next getaway.

 1. The change jar: It’s not groundbreaking, but it works. Here’s an eye-opening stat: Putting $1.37 per day into your change jar adds up to $500 in a year!

 2. Sell your stuff: We all have some clutter that we don’t need and have been looking for an excuse to get rid of, and that stuff can be pretty valuable. Think of what might be stored in your attic or basement—baseball cards, furniture, etc. It’s not junk, but it’s not doing you any good, and someone might find it valuable.

 3. Set up a dedicated savings account: You could do this in your current bank account, or

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There are a lot of factors that will determine how quickly your house is sold, and it’s important to tackle the factors you can control. If you’re still living in your home while trying to sell it, these are a few simple ideas that can help speed up the home sale process.

 1. De-clutter: Buyers want to step into a prospective home and imagine the possibilities. That’s a lot easier to do when a space is airy and clutter-free. Get rid of the clutter that’s just taking up space in your home, and it can totally transform how a buyer sees the property.

 2. Offer an incentive: Don’t break the bank for add-ons that don’t make financial sense in the long run, but there are some reasonable expenses you can use to entice buyers, such as offering a home

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