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Come visit (booth #1329) at NAR this weekend to learn about the latest real estate marketing and technology trends that can take your business to the next level. This year’s featured speakers are the most tech savvy experts in the business, providing insight on everything from the most popular apps to best practices of creating and sharing that will get people talking about you.

We have more good news! is giving away $1,000 every day during our educational sessions, so swing by booth #1329 to learn how to improve your business and enter for your chance to walk away with some extra cash in your pocket. Continue reading

Come GROW Your Business with Top Industry Insiders and at NAR 2013! is bringing you LIVE educational sessions from the industry’s top tech experts at the 2013 REALTOR’s Conference and Expo! Back by popular demand,

Click here for the full schedule’s co founder Jimmy Mackin will be bringing his tech expertise to San Franciso to shed some light on the latest trends and to explain best practices for the most popular apps that are changing the ways real estate professionals manage their business. Plus, Mackin will be conducting a LIVE Q&A session in the booth with the industry’s top real estate agents from the Geeky Girls, Keller Williams agent Lisa Archer, and RE/MAX’s Linda Davis. Come learn what strategies these top agents are adopting to stay ahead of their competition! Continue reading

NAR 2013: is Your Place to GROW is the place to be, win and grow in San Francisco from November 8-11 for NAR 2013! will be giving away $1000 every day at the show, plus cash prizes every hour during our live educational sessions. This year the featured speakers are Jimmy MackinErica Campbell, and Joe Sesso. Continue reading

Homeownership Becoming Top Priority For Renters

An increasing amount of Americans are finding that renting their home has become old news, and that homeownership is moving its way to the top of their futures “to-do list”. According to a survey from the National Association of Realtors, renters are thinking more about purchasing a home now than in past years, while the number of people who say they prefer to rent has declined.

Gary Thomas, NAR President, stated “Homeownership matters to Americans who consistently realize the many benefits it provides to communities, families, and the nation’s economy”. The same survey mentioned above found that eight in 10 Americans believe buying a home is a good financial decision and more than two-thirds (68 percent) said now is a good time to buy a home. Continue reading