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Something to think about!
In October 2006, the number of NAR agents hit a record total of 1.37 million members.
In May 2016 the number of NAR agents is back up to 1.18 million members.
You can either view it as signs that the economy is recovering, or as as an increase in the competition.
Either way, what are you doing to maximize the money that you are making? If you aren't using a CRM now, consider trying RealtyJuggler - 90 day free trial, $99 a year, great technical support, no kidding:
www.RealtyJuggler.com
http://www.realtor.org/field-guides/field-guide-to-quick-real-estate-statistics
RealtyJuggler Real Estate Software is Internet based real estate software for Realtors and other real estate professionals for tracking prospects, deals and more.
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Invite a Food Truck to an open house !?!
That was one tip I never expected, but would certainly call attention to your open house, while providing a valuable service. Check out more tips in the linked article.
Spreading the word, cleaning up clutter and baking some cookies can all help sell your home quickly.
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Another way to attract more attention to your open house - take advantage of the "Polemon Go" game:
http://www.inc.com/walter-chen/pok-mon-go-is-driving-insane-amounts-of-sales-at-small-local-businesses-here-s-h.html
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A good article to share with your clients!
It’s an extremely tough market out there for potential homebuyers, meaning every little thing that they can do to beat the competition matters. Here are tips on how buyers can beat the competition, especially when there is barely any inventory.
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Memorial Day is this upcoming Monday. As always, RealtyJuggler has you covered with 4 different Memorial Day eCards that you can send individually, or as a Bulk Email. If you've never sent an eCard before, take a look at this tutorial: Tutorial 59 - eCards to see how it is done. And of course, give us a call at 970-672-3467 if you need any assistance.
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I like this card,many people paid the ultimate price so we can enjoy our freedoms 
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Do you struggle with creating emails with pictures that get to your client inboxes? There are a ton of factors to consider in getting your emails delivered to your clients, but here are a few tips that will make your emails more deliverable.
1) First and foremost, never send just a picture, with no text. Even if there is text within the image (for example, if you are sending an image of a flyer) it will likely be trapped as suspicious by the recipient's mail server.
2) Include a lot of good sentences describing the pictures you include. For each graphic, have 2 lines of text.
3) Optimize your images - this mostly means shrinking them down, while preserving quality as much as possible. We've included a link to TinyPNG as it is our favorite, but here is a list of 12 more programs that can help:
http://www.webdesignbooth.com/12-really-useful-image-optimization-tools-for-web-designers/
4) Make sure you have good contact info within your emails in text. As with #1, email servers can't see your Contact info if it is in a picture so having a good signature with your name and contacts info is crucial.
Make your website faster and save bandwidth. TinyPNG optimizes your PNG images by 50-80% while preserving full transparency!
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Tomorrow is the ToolkitCMA.com webinar - if you are looking for a CMA solution, we invite you to take a look.

Mother's Day is this Sunday - if you have a category of Mom's to email, RealtyJuggler has a couple of great eCards you can send. The attached video shows you how.
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Video walk-throughs have become a really popular way to share the features of a home or property - both on a single property website landing page, as well as by email. If you have an expensive property, it would probably be worth hiring a professional - but ALL of your listings can have video tours if you want.
Here are the steps to putting a simple video tour together, yourself.
1) Plan your shoot. If you are going to narrate your video, write a script/list of the shots you want to make and what you want to say about the features you are showing.
2) Clear the decks. You will want the best lighting / time of day for the shoot, as well a complete absence of two legged and four legged shot interrupters. Mid-morning after the sun is fully in the sky on a work day is generally best.
3) Stage your shots. Have your sellers do most of the work before they go; just like preparing for an open house. But before you start shooting you will want to open or close curtains and doors, and position things. Make this part of your dry run.
4) Take your video. It can be as simple as walking through the house with your cellphone camera, narrating as you go, or if you are handy at video editing, each room can be shot from the perfect angle(s) and you can edit the video together later. Don't be impatient, and take as many shots as you need to, to get it right. If you are editing, you can piece together a perfect tour from your multiple takes.
5) Post and Edit your video. If you have a Gmail / Google Apps email address, you automatically have a YouTube account as part of that. There will be an "Upload" button or a little upload arrow pointing up, in the upper right when you are on YouTube.com - there are a lot of options as well as a built-in editor for your video. YouTube will even offer to Stabilize your video if it is jittery. Even if you "glide" as you walk, Stabilize will make any of your shots taken while moving much smoother. You can mark the posted video as private if you only want people to be able to see it when they click your link, but why not leave it open to the public? You can add notes / a description to the video too. There are a ton of video tutorials on posting to YouTube that can help.
Step 6 is to use the video in your marketing. Post it to Facebook, Google Plus - Tweet about it. Put it on your single property webpage. And, send the video within the body of your email, through RealtyJuggler. Tutorial 60 shows how easy it is - you just need the video URL.
Give us a call if you need help with any of these steps: 970-672-3467
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Top Selling Agent Casey Margenau (2830 homes, worth 2.7 Billion) had this to say about YouTube videos:
http://mastermindagent.com/single-biggest-thing-ive-done-in-my-career/
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Happy First Day of Summer!

6 years ago the money that baby boomers were to inherit was in the news:
http://abcnews.go.com/Business/baby-boomers-inherit-116-trillion-historic-transfer-wealth/story?id=12427504
And this article seems to show that this inherited money may be the reason we are experiencing such high home prices now:
http://realtytimes.com/canadiannews1/item/45255-20160614-how-the-boomers-record-inheritance-will-impact-real-estate
So marketing to Baby Boomers is a great idea, as well as marketing to their children.
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It isn't any secret; home prices are on the rise!
"The biggest gains continue to be found in the Pacific Northwest and West, where some of the largest declines in urban unemployment have been seen..."
The S&P/Case-Shiller 20-City Composite Home Price Index rose by 5.4 percent in March from last year.
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Rent vs Buy

This calculator might help you visually show your clients that the time for them to buy is now. I really like that you just change the sliders and get answers!
The choice between buying a home and renting one is among the biggest financial decisions that many adults make.
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Staging - the general rule is "less is more" - but here are some tips from Gustavo Gonzalez, a Consumer Engagement Manager in the Marketing Department of Coldwell Banker Real Estate that can help make a big difference.
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This next week, on Wednesday the 4th of May, we are recommending that you take a look at ToolkitCMA.  Jennifer McFarland is giving a webinar on how the tool works, its features and how it can work for you.
We've linked it at the bottom of the screen when you sign into RealtyJuggler, or you can sign up from here, too.  

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2717566507056441859

There is also a link to ToolkitCMA from the Partners screen.
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