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Schedule Real Estate Content On Social Media

Are you posting every single day on your own social media channels? What about for your real estate business? The time and energy it takes to do this every day could be better spend doing other things such as responding to clients or attending networking or sales events.

How do you create more time for these higher value opportunities?

You batch create, curate, and schedule content for your social media. This means that you’re going to dedicate 2-4 hours per platform just 1-2 days per week. This much dedicated time actually allows you to find the pictures, videos, and news articles that are needed for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn.

If you utilize resources like Buffer or Hootsuite, you’ll be able to schedule content to a variety of social media sites at one time. We encourage you to search for either platform on Google or Youtube. These are the two best resources for people looking to schedule content on multiple social media platforms.

We currently use Buffer to help with our content efforts on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Typically our team collects a unique set of relevant articles and schedules those out one per day. We also make sure to dedicate a scheduled post per day to each of our

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Tips For Getting Leads On Facebook and Instagram

Tips For Getting Leads On Facebook and Instagram

Facebook and Instagram are two of the most important platforms when it comes to your arsenal of marketing tools. As an agent or marketer, leveraging these sites efficiently should be included in the list of your top priorities.

Lead ads are an easy and effective way for potential buyers to reach out to you on Facebook and Instagram. In just a few clicks, your leads can complete your lead forms, and you can get accurate information to follow up with them.

Start getting new clients with lead ads in just 5 steps:

Target the right audience

Set your bid and budget

Select your text and images

Create an effective lead form

Follow up with your leads

To learn more about each of these steps, contact us today.

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Real Estate Solutions Group aka RESG is Washington’s most innovative real estate team. Serving the greater Seattle Metro for luxury homes, residential home buyers, home sellers, real estate investors, new construction, land, and land development.

5 Things To Look-Out For When Signing A Lease

5 Things To Look-Out For When Signing A Lease

Let’s be honest and acknowledge that barely anyone reads the fine print on user-agreements. Nobody wants to pour over pages and pages of boring technical writing, especially when clicking agree is the only hindrance from getting/downloading what you want. When it comes to your lease contract though, the fine print is quite important. The lease you sign is typically binding for at least a year, and doesn’t have the same rules as your parents’ place.

When you’re preparing to sign a lease agreement, you should leave yourself ample time to read over every detail. These details include things that affect your day-to-day, or how many people you can have over, and for how long. Understand what you’re getting yourself into! There are several things to look out for in a lease, but we’ve brought it down to five key parts to keep your eye out for.

Pets

Always read the fine print about your pets when it comes to potential extra fees and damage costs. Be sure to let your landlord know about any pets you’ll be keeping on the property that shed, or cause a lingering smell. You don’t want them to find out the hard way, which can result in a much higher fine than paying the initial pet deposit.

Guests

This is a tricky subject that is usually detailed on your lease. You naturally want to entertain guests at your new residence, but how long is too long? Look for the section in your lease that discusses the limitations on how long your guests can crash on your couch. Many leases delegate 10 days as being more than an ample stay.

Totals & Due Dates

When you initially found the property, what was the listed rental fee? Is it any different than the number you’re seeing on the actual lease agreement? If you originally thought the price of rent was more or less than what you’re seeing on the lease, ask about it! There could have been an error on their behalf, or there could have been a deposit fee you weren’t made privy to. Also keep a keen eye on the due date for rent and any late-fee you can incur from not paying on time.

Terminating Lease Early

You never know what curveballs life is going to throw at you, so it serves to know all your options. If you need to break a lease early, there typically is an early termination fee you’ll need to pay. Keeping in clear communication throughout your thoughts on breaking a lease early with your landlord is the best way to not find yourself sacked with a hefty fee just because you need to relocate for work suddenly.

Maintenance Responsibilities

Read through all the details on maintenance because largely it all befalls the landlord, same with the extra commodities, you might find yourself in a position where you look for a fireplace installation in kenwood oh and having to pay for it even though it was in the list of commodities when you rented the house. Major issues with appliances that came with the unit are usually covered by the lease. As well as any big problems with leaks in pipes or roofing, make sure the downspout installation was done properly. Contact your landlord if any issue arises in your home that you’re unsure about if the lease isn’t crystal clear.

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Real Estate Solutions Group aka RESG is Washington’s most innovative real estate team. Serving the greater Seattle Metro for luxury homes, residential home buyers, home sellers, real estate investors, new construction, land, and land development.

RESG Ranked Top 50 U.S. Real Estate Team

In the newest edition of Keller Williams’ Outfront Magazine our very own Real Estate Solutions Group out of Marysville WA was ranked #48 for Top 50 Producing Real Estate Teams for the USA. This is based off the fourth quarter of 2011. We couldn’t be any more delighted and pleased with our staff, agents, and all the hard work poured into being a successful team!
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Real Estate Industry: Get a Freaking Password for Your Cell Phone!!! [video]

The Game of Real Estate has been changing.  Our industry has become mobile and on the go.  That means with all this extra technology means there are extra steps that have to be taken to protect the private information for our clients. Check out this cool morning meeting app https://www.classdojo.com/toolkit/today.

Yes you. You Washington Real Estate Agents, Brokers, Owners, Property Managers, Lenders, Loan Processors, Title and Escrow etc. GET A FREAKING PASSWORD for your cell phone. You are exposing your clients and yourself to potential liability because you are not protecting their personal information in your cell phone. We all know there are tons of it in their so just take 2 seconds to safe guard it. Mini rant about this one but please make it happen. Read more