8 Ways New Agents Can Be Empowered

It can feel lonely when you’re thrown into the real estate industry with no support. These tips can help you advocate for yourself and get a quicker start to your career. By Bill Giannini | Source: realtormag.com When you’re a brand-new agent, you may feel like you’ve been thrown to the wolves. No one tells […]

How to turn your listing presentation into a listening consultation

By Bernice Ross | Source: Inman News Time to ditch the old way and make the shift Are you still doing a listing “presentation” where you use slides or do most of the talking? If you want to convert more listing appointments into signed listings, it’s time to shift from doing listing presentations to doing listening consultations. […]

Trulia launches ‘What Locals Say’ feature to tell it like it is

By Marian McPherson | Source: Inman News Helps buyers search for a home that fits their lifestyle Listing descriptions can only reveal so much about a home — the number of beds and baths, the special features in a kitchen or whether the backyard has enough room to entertain. But listings don’t always tell you about the best restaurants […]

Virtuance Launches Real Estate Marketing Services in Charlotte, NC

We are excited to announce that our real estate photography and marketing services are now available for agents in Charlotte, NC! Charlotte real estate agents and property managers now have access to Virtuance’s award-winning HDReal® Imaging System, which produces consistent, high-quality images for listings and presentations. Charlotte will be Virtuance’s 22nd location and the third […]

Virtuance Awarded Top 60 Real Estate Marketing Blog

Virtuance received recognition as a top real estate marketing blog by Feedspot this week. Feedspot is an online content reader that serves as an index for blogs and online publications across all industries. Real estate marketing blogs that made the Top 60 Real Estate Marketing Blog & Website List were ranked based on the following […]

The New York Times: $850,000 Homes in Maine, North Carolina and Oregon

By Julie Lasky | Source: The New York Times Portland, Ore. WHAT An enlarged 1958 hillside home with four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms HOW MUCH $849,000 SIZE 2,568 square feet PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT $331 SETTING The house is in South West Hills, an upscale neighborhood with vintage houses, winding roads and excellent schools. It has views […]

8 Kitchen Trends You’ll Spot in 2018

Kitchens are one of, if not, the most marketable space in your home. They are also typically the first room to get renovated. We compiled a list of what we believe are the top 8 kitchen trends you should expect to see in 2018. Our data was gathered through thorough research and our own experience […]

Now you have a reason to resent Word Art

By Megan Johnson | Source: Apartment Therapy You step out of your car at an open house and walk into what looks like your dream home. It’s perfectly picturesque from the outside, but as soon as you get through the doorway, you see it — there’s a giant “Live Laugh Love” decal stuck onto the […]

5 outrageous seller expectations and how to respond

By Chris Wilkins | Source: Inman News Don’t be caught off guard in these situations After 20 years in real estate, I still feel blessed to still be learning. I’m an advocate of not just seeking growth from obvious educational opportunities but also learning from each and every conversation I have with clients. When it […]