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A person who sells and rents out buildings and land for clients is known as an estate agent. Real estate agents are licensed professionals who arrange real estate transactions, putting buyers and sellers together and acting as their representatives in negotiations. Due to many new property laws, the modern real estate agent has become an invaluable resource for those looking to find, evaluate and finance real estate. Often acting as a mediator between the various parties involved, a real estate agent is required to be licensed for the state in which they operate, ensuring they are competent as well as trustworthy. And this process has evolved in recent years, now containing more rules and regulations to protect consumers.

A real estate agent has the

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Real estate law is the law that governs buying, using and selling of land. This law governs how people acquire property and what they can do with the property that they own. Real estate law is also called real property law. Real estate law directly or indirectly impacts most of us on a daily basis, affecting homeowners, renters, landlords, home buyers and home sellers. Real estate law is called real estate because it’s about real property.

Real property is land as opposed to personal property which is objects. Fixtures like buildings or other large structures are also a part of real property. There are many different aspects of real estate law like deeds, titles, purchase financing, zoning, taxes and estate planning. Lawyers practicing Real Estate

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As a real estate agent, one of your most important roles is that of a marketer. You are marketing your clients' properties. You are constantly marketing yourself and your services. The competition is fierce, and these days you’ll need expert online and offline marketing skills to set yourself apart from the pack

Real estate marketing tips for realtors

  1. Social Media Strategies - Nowadays social media plays a very important role in Marketing. Make sure you have social media accounts on all the big networks (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest etc.) Interact with users to promote your properties.
  1. Print Media Strategies - Online marketing goes hand in hand with the traditional print marketing. Handing out an impressive business card goes a long way.
  1. Networking with other
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Bonus rooms are tricky. It’s a great selling point for a room to have a flexible bonus room space because these days many people want extra space that can be used as an in-law space for an aging parent, a space for kids to hang out, or a home office. But when a buyer is looking at a listing online or touring a home they might be unable to visualize what a bonus room would look like furnished or how to use it. If they don’t know how to use it then that room is just empty space that isn’t functional and that’s not attractive to buyers.  Here are some expert tips for staging a bonus room so that buyers can see the potential that it has:

Pick A Function

BONUS ROOMTrying to make one room look good having multiple functions is just going to confuse a buyer. You can

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Digital staging is becoming much more common because it gives home buyers a chance to see a fully-staged home in photos online and it’s a lot cheaper and easier for sellers and agents to stage a home virtually than it is to stage it digitally. When you use virtual staging you can use exactly the right size and type of furniture and decorations to suit the space without worrying about what items you can find or rent that will show that space off in the best possible way. If you haven’t used digital staging yet or you’re not sure how to use it with your existing listings here are some tips:

Use A Reputable Staging Company

Selling your homeWhen you’re adding virtual staging to your listings you should be sure that you’re working with a company that has experience and a

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If a homeowner wants to sell their home fast they may not be willing to put time or money into renovations. But updating some features of the home and giving it a style upgrade will help it to sell home faster. There are some upgrades that are very much on-trend that can be done quickly and without investing a lot of money. When you are working with a seller that wants a quick sale and doesn’t want to put a lot of time or money into renovations suggest these fast style fixes:

Paint The Kitchen Cabinets

Getting the kitchen cabinets painted is an affordable upgrade that can be done in a weekend. Colored kitchens are very popular right now and a fresh coat of paint is a fantastic way to disguise really outdated cabinets and make them look modern and

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One of the toughest things about selling an older home or a home that was custom built for the seller is helping buyers see the potential that the home has. This is often something that agents need to do with first time home buyers who have limited budgets. They watch TV shows and surf home listing online and come into the buying process with their hearts set on fancy finishes and large modern houses that they may not be able to afford. When you are working with a buyer on a budget you can use these techniques to help them see the potential that a home in their price range has even if it’s not looking great to them now:

Show Them Similar Updated Homes

Your buyer may not be able to afford an updated version of the home they’re looking at but you can

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Open concept homes have become the standard and most people insist on an open concept when they’re looking for a new home. However, open concept homes have some downsides too that buyers might not realize. When buyers tour an open concept home they see a home that’s bright and open and inviting but they don’t think about the functionality of open concept for a modern family that needs a home that is multifunctional. Here are a few reasons why open concept homes are not right for every buyer and why buyers should consider carefully if an open concept is right for them:

They’re Loud

Buyers may have dreams of happy kids playing within view of a parent busily cooking in the kitchen and the family spending lots of quality time together but the reality

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