Sunday
January 25, 2015

Sales & Marketing: Feature Articles

  • Wed, 03/01/2006

    Past customers aren’t the only ones who can send business your way. Here are ideas for increasing referrals.

  • Wed, 03/01/2006

    In the grand scheme demographers have created, here’s how the Y’s compare to their elder homebuying counterparts.

  • Wed, 03/01/2006

    A great way to help students get off on a sound financial footing — and create name recognition among future home owners—is to offer free seminars to high school and college students. Here's how.

  • Wed, 03/01/2006

    The niche you choose will depend on your interests and your market, but here are some ideas to get you started.

  • Wed, 03/01/2006

    If you host it, they will come. Here are some great ways to draw prospects out of the woodwork and into your database.

  • Wed, 03/01/2006

    Helping people buy their first home is a great start to a long-term relationship. Here are some tips on how to meet first-time buyers.

  • Wed, 03/01/2006

    With immigrants and foreign business entities looking beyond the coasts, the opportunity to work with foreign buyers isn’t limited to certain markets or to practitioners who travel overseas. Here’s how to succeed.

  • Wed, 03/01/2006

    Cities such as Chicago, Houston, New York, and San Francisco are still major gateways for immigrants, but U.S. Census Bureau data shows other metropolitan areas are becoming major points of entry for foreign-born individuals.

  • Wed, 02/01/2006

    Results of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers take the guesswork out of what qualities buyers value most in real estate practitioners.

  • Wed, 02/01/2006

    Are you overlooking a terrific opportunity to learn about the latest trends in design, remodeling, and construction? Trade associations can help you network and gain insight into advances in space planning, storage, home décor, renovations, and other home improvements.