How Rent To Own Homes Work; The Top10 Benefits of Email Marketing, Farm Expired Listings For Big Commissions; California City Council Weighs Imminent Domain To Build Arena; Study: Denver Weathered Recession Better Than Most American Cities
How Rent To Own Homes Work
You've just bought the home of your dreams, signed the contract and packed the moving van -- you're all set, right? Not if you haven't sold your current home first.
So you put it on the market and you wait. And wait. And wait. In many cities where it makes more financial sense to rent than own, buyers may simply not be interested. For many, the rent-to-own home may be the best option. Read more...
The Top10 Benefits of Email Marketing
Why does email marketing present such a benefit over other more traditional forms of marketing? Why does it drive better returns on investment and customer engagement metrics than other marketing techniques? Why would you invest the time and resources to develop an email marketing program at all? In this article, Comm100 presents you the top ten email marketing benefits to your business compared to other forms of marketing, including...Read more
Farm Expired Listings For Big Commissions
Sadly, many real estate agents begin and sometimes end their careers without a plan. And as the saying goes, failing to plan is as good as planning to fail. The most successful Realtors and Real Estate Agents have "lead generating systems." Some Farm Expired Listings for huge profits. A good listing system can...Read more
California City Council Weighs Imminent Domain To Build Arena
The Sacramento, Calif., City Council plans to vote Tuesday on a proposal to exercise eminent domain on land required for a basketball arena. The parcel is owned by the California Public Employees' Retirement System and previously housed a Macy's men's store. Construction on the arena for the Sacramento Kings is scheduled to begin in the fall. Read more...
Study: Denver Weathered Recession Better Than Most American Cities
Cities across the country could learn a lot from how Denver weathered the economic recession, according to a study released Monday by the Pew Charitable Trusts.
Because Denver's tax base relies primarily on sales and
income taxes and less on property taxes, the metro area felt the
economic pain immediately and bounced back sooner, according to the
study, "America's Big Cities in Volatile Times: Meeting Fiscal Challenges and Preparing for the Future." Read more...