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next-level video tips you’ll want to use

We don’t have to tell you that video is increasingly more important in real estate marketing. From virtual walkthroughs, to following up with clients and partners or creating social media content, shooting a quick clip is often the best way to connect these days, and we love it. In fact, we’re excited to start producing […]

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4 Video Stats We Love

One of our goals for this year is to up our video game, so stay tuned! In the meantime, we wanted to share four stats that show how appearing in front of the camera may be the right move for you too! It’s also important to know that people are watching video on their phones, […]

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4 things our loan officer friends want homebuyers to know

No matter how long it takes, the journey of buying a home – especially your first one –  is always complex. That’s why it’s important to surround yourself with the best real estate professionals in the business. We’ve used this space to talk about the importance a credit score can have on your loan, and […]

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3 ways authenticity helps you win on social

By now, you know how important a social media presence is for any real estate business. Showing up is only half the battle, though. It’s just as important for you to be authentic with your posts.  Just like in real life, people can tell if you’re being genuine in the digital world. If you are […]

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ALERT: 4 warning signs you may be dealing with a fraudulent seller

We’ve used this space to talk about wire fraud a lot over the last couple of years, and while that danger to our transactions is still relevant, this blog is focused on a different type of scam: fraudsters trying to sell a property that doesn’t belong to them.  While this message is mostly for our […]

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4 reasons a new construction home may be right for you

Buying a brand-new house can be a great alternative to purchasing an existing house. Naturally, both options have pros and cons, but most of the time, people don’t even consider a new construction build. Having all the facts about both options will allow you to make the best decision possible. Here are four reasons you should at […]

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4 real estate podcasts to listen to right now

A few years ago, it seemed like everyone’s New Year’s resolution was to start a podcast. That’s not what this blog is going to suggest you do. Don’t get us wrong: Podcasts are still a great marketing tool for real estate professionals who want to try their hand behind a microphone. However, they take some initial commitment, […]

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4 ways to make sure your website matters in 2023

In today’s digital age, we know there’s plenty of chatter regarding the importance of social media. However, we’re here to make sure you don’t forget about the importance of having a professional website which potential clients can browse to learn more about you. Consider your site your digital doormat. If you have a website already, […]

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What is a reverse mortgage, and why is it important?

Our teams use this blog as an educational space for all things real estate, which is why this piece focuses on the basics of a reverse mortgage. It’s not a topic we deal with daily, but we thought it was important to address.  Reverse mortgages are an option for older homeowners to subsidize fixed incomes […]

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Branch Spotlight – Lewiston

Our newest branch spotlight is the original capital of Idaho, Lewiston! Lewiston was originally named after Meriwether Lewis, of the Lewis and Clark expedition. Lewiston was founded in 1861 and became capital of the Idaho Territory in 1863. Because of dams on the Snake and Columbia rivers, Lewiston is reachable by some ocean vessels. To […]

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