About Zach Parker

Zach is a digital marketing expert, solopreneur, and Owner of ProSource Media. As a crypto holder and owner of several investment properties, he closely monitors market and data trends in both real estate and blockchain. Zach covers Market Watch at Realty Biz News

Lakeland FL Real Estate Market Outpacing Most Florida Metros

The Lakeland FL Real Estate Market recorded the 3rd highest YOY increase in median home price out of all US Metros in 2021.  Lakeland’s 1-year median price growth of +29.29% was only exceeded by nearby Tampa (+29.69%) and Las Vegas (+37.67%).  While it’s no secret that people are flocking to the Sunshine State in droves,

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How Real Estate Agents can Automate Their Social Media Accounts

According to the National Association of Realtors, highlights indicate that existing and pending home sales have seen a steep decline. The housing market showcases a housing shortage, with rising mortgage rates at 5.8% and inflation rates at 8.6%. This makes it incredibly difficult for potential buyers despite solid demand.  Real estate agents’ response to declining homeownership

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The Benefits of B2B Conversions for Real Estate Agents

Over the past decade, the way in which we market and sell properties has changed.  The days of cold-calling and door-knocking are all but gone, and most consumers use online resources to research properties long before they reach out to agents.  Now, an increasing percentage of real estate deals are made by referrals from one

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How Can Digital Marketing Help In My Real Estate Job?

It’s safe to say that in 2022, digital marketing should be an integral part of your real estate marketing strategy.  According to the recent Home Buyers and Sellers Generational Trends Report published by the NAR, all generations of home buyers use online search tools to begin their home search.  This is a big departure from

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Will Austin’s Growth Endure 2022?

It’s no secret that the city of Austin, TX has been rapidly ascending in recent years.  Texas has seen a huge influx of new residents, and no other Texas metro has seen a bigger population boom than Austin.  As a result, last year Austin tallied the 4th largest increase in median sales price and the

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4 Reasons Nashville Is One Of The Best Real Estate Markets in 2022

When you think of Nashville, you generally think of Music City, Broadway, and honkey-tonks.  Unless you’ve been paying close attention over the past few years, you probably wouldn’t think of Nashville as one of the top real estate markets in the US.  Believe it or not, Nashville experienced the 6th largest increase in median home

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4 Reasons I’m Still Bullish on Boise Real Estate Market

You might have thought I was off my rocker if I told you Boise, ID was the fastest growing real estate market in the country over the last 2-4 years. According to the most recent data from Zillow, median home prices in Boise are up 70.09% over 4 years and 62.66% over 3 years, which

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Why Charleston SC Is One Of The Nations Hottest Real Estate Markets

The housing market in Charleston SC looks primed to have a record year in home price growth in 2022.  Median home prices in Charleston have jumped by 23.76% in the past two years according to data from Zillow.  Now key housing supply metrics and migration trends suggest that there’s still plenty of room for growth

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Could 2022 Be Another Record Year For The Dallas Real Estate Market?

The real estate market in Dallas, TX took a big leap in 2021, as median home prices jumped +13.55% over the past year.  The median sale price for the Dallas metro is now $401,330 after hovering between $337K and $350K for the previous 3 years.   Both the current median home price and the total volume

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5 Reasons South Florida’s Market Isn’t Done Growing

South Florida has been making headlines recently for its impressive housing market growth.  The most recent data from Zillow shows that out of the 100 largest US metros, the Miami/Fort Lauderdale area ranks #5 in year-over-year average rent price increase (+24.71%).  They also rank #5 for YOY median sales price increase at +23.34%.   Miami/Fort Lauderdale

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