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iContact recently unveiled a new tool that allows users to extend their email marketing to popular social media platforms.
Users are presented with estimated renovation costs and the potential increase in their home value.
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Archistar’s technology uses AI intelligence to assess planning rules and restrictions on land plots.
Revnest offers its free listing service for sellers and agents.
“Our support for the Hispanic community extends well past translated materials,” says Eric Wilson, chief marketing officer.
The Compliance Library debuted with compliance resources in 16 states.
“Young couples do not typically have the maintenance knowledge their parents and grandparents did,” said author Marlene Byrne.
The new list located 100% LTV home equity lenders in 48 out of 50 states.
He succeeds company founder Aaron King, who will take on the role of executive chairman.
Roam’s service is currently available in Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia and Texas, with plans to expand into new markets soon.
“Leveraging the insights and tools in our new Listing Toolkit can help agents get in front of and wow seller prospects,” said Realtor.com’s Blake Elmquist.
Brokerages can create and design their own custom-branded platform to meet individual needs based on specific roles.
YouTube can help you establish your brand as a trusted source and diversify your marketing reach.
“We believe that the property management landscape is as unique as the locations it serves,” said CEO Kerri Davis.