Digital Realtor Roundup: Cleveland, Ohio



The Browns, the Indians, and the Cavaliers mentioned all in one sentence leads one inextricably to one US city. Cleveland, the host of the recent Republican National Convention starring billionaire presidential candidate Donald Trump, it’s slated to be the next boom town. Curious as to the city’s real estate businesses, I decided to take a look at the digital footprint of the best Realtors on the shores of Lake Erie. Here’s the rundown.

Gainesville, Fl.-based Trimark Properties announces new marketing hire



One of Gainesville, Florida’s most prominent commercial real estate and property management companies, Trimark Properties, enthusiastically declared the newest addition to their esteemed Marketing Department.

Choose the Right Realtor: What to Look for When Selling or Buying a Home



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Why Facebook is Essential for Real Estate Agents



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Did Dallas Agents Just Give Up On Digital?



New shifts in how real estate businesses reach their clients show us that “old school” advertising and marketing are still valid. However, branding and the so-called “billboard effect” in the digital space still hold great sway for converting leads.

Four Signs That It’s Time to Upgrade Your Real Estate Office



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Internet Marketing For The Novice Real Estate Agent



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4 Reasons Why You Want To Sell Your Home Through An Estate Agent



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More young realtors emerging through the ranks



The median age of a realtor has decreased from 57-years old in 2014 to just 53-years old in 2015, the lowest median age since 2008, when it was 52-years.

NAR Member Survey Shows More, Younger Realtors® Entering the Industry



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