Nearly everyone is viewing real estate online these days. The staggering statistics that show over 95% of home buyers now begin their home search somewhere on the internet have all been well-documented and written about by web marketing professionals for quite some time now, but what really continues to be gaining more and more momentum in the world of ever-changing web technology is the progression of responsive design real estate websites.
In his latest Creative Real Estate iTunes podcast, property investment strategist Rick Otton shares tips with property investors on saving time and money through remote marketing and investing. As property investors no longer need to see a property when buying or selling it, as advised by the Australian property investment strategist as Google maps along with other types of handy technology turn remote decision making into a reality.
If you don’t already have a real estate website, one of the first things you’ll have to do in order to build a top-ranking site is choose a domain name. Sounds easy enough, right? Well, when it comes down to it, choosing the right domain name for a website may be a bit more difficult than you might first expect.
In today’s real estate market, eco-friendly homes sell. According to recent research done by the Earth Advantage Institute, energy efficient homes in some parts of the United States sold for as much as 8.5% more per square foot, and even sat on the market for approximately 22% less time than other non eco-friendly real estate in the same area.