Mortgage and Lending - Primary Residential Mortgage Inc
You get a listing, you spend 30 minutes uploading a listing ad to Craigslist, you wind-up, and chuck it up against the wall as hard as you can with the hope that it sticks, and generates a buyer lead… The next morning, you get an e-mail, you’re stoked, sweet, a lead! Instead, you open the e-mail just to find that you’ve been SPAMMED! The good news is, there are a couple ways around this problem. The first, have a Craigslist marketing and in-bound marketing strategy. Using Postlets, or a CL template courtesy of your broker is NOT a strategy. I am going to preface this post by reminding viewers that I am presenting a strategy that works, it converts, but it takes a little more effort than uploading a template flyer for your listing. In this short video, I am going to share with you two strategies that I use to avoid spammers entirely and generate quality leads on Craigslist. I’ll start by talking about (1) The process of getting the prospect off Craigslist and on to your blog (or home turf); and (2) Giving the prospect what they want before you ask for what you want.
[The phone rings] “Good Afternoon, this is Jennifer Healy…”  [The caller] “Hi, Jennifer this is Susan, over at GRI Realty, I have a 9-1-1 and  need your help again.  The buyer on one of my listings was declined by their bank, and I need to see if you have any “extra rabbits hanging out in your ha...
The key to a solid business development strategy is getting all your tactics to blend and be in alignment. Getting your offline to blend with your online. Combining your social media efforts to support your website or blog. Getting your blog content to amplify your daily activities. A great lever...
Do you know the key metrics of your website that will drive success? Many people are asking about the ROI of social media and inbound marketing.  How do you know it works? How do you know where the business is coming from?  It all seems pretty randomWell, anything is random if you don't know how ...
  Here are the 7 things you need to know about these changes: These changes are effective April 18th, 2011. The Annual Insurance Premium will increase .25% for standard forward mortgages. The Upfront Mortgage Insurance remains at 1.00%. The Annual Premium is now 1.15% for LTVs GREATER than 95% on...
Are you thinking of buying a home during the spring market? FHA will be increasing its monthly mortgage insurance premium on April 18, 2011 from the current mortgage insurance rate of .90% to 1.15% As an example: $200,000 purchase price your mortgage payment is estimated to be $40 higher - by now...

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