Mortgage Market Commentary, 11-19-21

By Lou Barnes on Nov 19, 2021 5:43:49 PM

We are excited to partner with one of our favorite mortgage minds, Lou Barnes, to bring you his biweekly commentary. Lou is a loan officer in Boulder, CO, but his insight is relevant across the country. Lou's opinions should not be construed as the opinions of CENTURY 21 Redwood Realty or our partner, Day 1 Mortgage. 

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Mortgage Market Commentary, 11-12-21

By Lou Barnes on Nov 12, 2021 4:18:55 PM

We are excited to partner with one of our favorite mortgage minds, Lou Barnes, to bring you his biweekly commentary. Lou is a loan officer in Boulder, CO, but his insight is relevant across the country. Lou's opinions should not be construed as the opinions of CENTURY 21 Redwood Realty or our partner, Day 1 Mortgage. 

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Mortgage Market Commentary, 11-05-21

By Lou Barnes on Nov 5, 2021 6:40:01 PM

We are excited to partner with one of our favorite mortgage minds, Lou Barnes, to bring you his biweekly commentary. Lou is a loan officer in Boulder, CO, but his insight is relevant across the country. Lou's opinions should not be construed as the opinions of CENTURY 21 Redwood Realty or our partner, Day 1 Mortgage. 

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Why I Am Not Afraid of Zillow

By Edward Berenbaum on Nov 3, 2021 8:57:41 AM

Any time Zillow is in the news for business acquisition or for rolling out a new online feature, some real estate agents hit the panic button. A quick look at any Zillow-related Facebook comment section reveals agents’ fears about Zillow taking over, controlling the home buying and selling process, stealing data and ultimately putting them out of business. But I’m not afraid of Zillow. Here’s why:

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Real Estate Conversation Starters Episode #7: Converting Online Leads

By Wendy Kedzierski on Mar 25, 2021 8:00:00 AM

Welcome to Real Estate Conversation Starters, the show dedicated to helping agents grow their business by having more effective conversations.

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Making the Most Out of Your Zillow and Trulia Profiles

By Tara L. Christianson on Jun 8, 2018 10:50:00 AM

Whether real estate agents like it or not, prospective buyers and sellers are still searching for homes, and for their next listing and buyers agents, on Zillow and Trulia. That’s why having your real estate agent profile fully filled out on those sites is so important, and why encouraging reviews on those sites still matters. 

Fortunately, getting started with creating an agent profile on Zillow and Trulia is actually a one-step process. Since Zillow bought Trulia back in 2015, there’s been a great symbiosis between the companies, and now you only have to fill in your information when you register through Zillow to have it also show up on Trulia’s site. Even better, the reviews you collect on Zillow will also automatically feed to Trulia, so you don’t have to make any extra effort.

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