real estate marketing

Jessica Koltun: Today’s Real Estate Marketing Demands Better

By Joanna England / November 4, 2019 / 0 Comments

Jessica Koltun, a Realtor with The Associates, has found her niche in the real estate industry focusing branding for both new construction and renovations. While she doesn’t miss the chance to swing a sledgehammer, she’s just as passionate about building strategic marketing campaigns for her clients. She leverages her interior design experience, her attention to […]

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Agent Brand Uses Franchise Background to Bring Affordable Marketing to Realtors

By Joanna England / August 11, 2019 / 1 Comment

When a real estate agent launches their business, building an online presence and generating leads is usually the first big hurdle they encounter. How do you choose a company that will have such a huge impact on your business? And then how do you afford it? “Marketing and branding is absurdly expensive for Realtors,” said […]

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Ebby Halliday Companies Announces Renovate Now, Pay at Settlement Program

By Candy's Dirt / June 25, 2019 / 0 Comments

  Staff Reports Ebby Halliday Companies has entered a marketing partnership with Curbio Inc., the fast-growing real estate technology company that specializes exclusively in pre-sale home renovations. Under the agreement between Curbio and Ebby Halliday, which includes Dallas-based Ebby Halliday Realtors, Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate, and Fort Worth-based Williams Trew, Curbio will provide agents with […]

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Would You Go Half-Nekkid to Market a Languishing Listing?

By Bethany Erickson / November 28, 2018 / 0 Comments

What would you do to make a listing stand out? Getting good photography is usually an obvious choice, but making sure it’s staged well is another. Maybe you’d put out a funny sign, or hit Facebook and Instagram. Or maybe you’d, you know, put a half-nekkid couple of fitness models in the listing photos. Just […]

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EZ Stow Signs Local Business Looks to Go National with Realtor Sign Invention

By Leah Shafer / July 6, 2016 / 2 Comments

Conventional real estate signs are a necessary and familiar accessory for real estate agents. But they’re also kind of a pain. They’re big and bulky and don’t easily fit in most car trunks. The stakes can damage a car’s interior upholstery and seating. They’re dirty and muddy, and many agents have to pay someone to install and remove them. Longtime […]

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Floor Plans Save Buyer and Agent Time by Exposing Deal-Breakers

By Jon Anderson / June 24, 2016 / 4 Comments

I will never buy a home with a bathroom opening into a kitchen or dining room.  I will never buy a home with a fireplace in a corner, off-center or next to the front door.  I will never buy a home with an enclosed kitchen that can’t be opened, nor one requiring off-site laundry.  Deal-breakers […]

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