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  • "Best Real Estate Markets for Homeowners in the U.S." - TheStreet.com"Last year real estate experts predicted that 2018 should continue to be a good year for homeowners, while others are more cautious. But, as always, location is key. These real-estate markets are the healthiest in the U.S...."
  • "12 Things You Need To Know About North Texas Real Estate" - Forbes.com"About 60,000 people moved to North Texas between 2015 and 2016. By North Texas, I mean the 12 counties and cities that bubble out from the Dallas/Fort Worth (or, as Fort Worthians say, Fort Worth/Dallas) hub stretching over 9,286 square miles, the largest inland land area in the U.S. And it is spreading out like crazy: Frisco and McKinney were the fastest growing suburbs in the U.S. last year. That's why acres of homes and apartments are exploding in former farm stops such as Frisco..."
  • "Inman Announces offrs.com Among 2018 Inman Innovator Award Finalists" - PRWeb.com"Real estate insider and industry pillar, Inman has announced this year’s Inman Innovator Award Finalists, among them, predictive analytics and lead generation solutions provider offrs.com. The annual award, which selects a winner from the RE innovation categories of Technology, Company, Broker Owner, Agents, MLS or Association, Team and Marketing Program has identified offrs as a Finalist in the “Most Innovative Real Estate Technology” category for 2018..."
  • "Real estate law trends to watch this year" - AZBigMedia.com"ZRE spoke with some of the great legal minds in commercial real estate to find out what trends and issues they say we should look at before making that next deal..."
offrs Review: Dare to be average

offrs Review: Dare to be average

Go on, you can do it... be average. Wait... what? That's right. Dare to be average. Not everything has to be at a break-neck pace. If you're looking for a friendly reminder to keep things in balance, here ya go. Let's review...


There’s a fantastic adage that permeates the halls of survivors... “dare to be average.” Let that sink in. It’s safe to assume here that most reading this aren’t really prepared to take this concept head-on. Afterall, everything in our industry seems permanently dialed in at 11 (dawning my best WWF voice here... bare with me) “be the best!” or “knock the competition into yesterdayyyy!!!” But where does that leave the majority of folks that got into this business specifically because of the life-to-work ratio? Not everyone wants fleeting, break-neck results, damn the costs to friends and family life!!!

Okay, so… while Tesla’s Model X might not be slated for your driveway anytime soon, you’ll never-the-less remain the neighborhood’s trusted voice on all things real estate (and maybe for a good, long while). Why? Because you had the audacity to imagine your business as a scalable, manageable component of your life. Explore whether or not a more scaled-down, manageable business could be a strategy to outlast competitors in your farm. In short... pace yo’self... it might just save your business.




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Social Media: How to Finally Get on Board This Social Marketing Train

Social Media: How to Finally Get on Board This Social Marketing Train

Social media gets a lot of attention (and deservingly so), but without a significant amount of hours under your belt in this arena, it may be difficult to understand why this is important to your business and, in general, what all the fuss is about. Well, let's explore together...


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