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Realty Executives Claims 10 Spots in T3 Sixty Mega 1000 Report

(Published on - 4/19/2019 12:29:58 PM)

Realty Executives is pleased to report that 10 top brokerages ranked in the newly released T3 Sixty Mega 1000.


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Realty Executives Ranks Among Nation’s Best in 2019 REAL Trends 500

(Published on - 4/15/2019 3:39:21 PM)

Realty Executives is proud to be widely represented in the 2019 REAL Trends 500 report.


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Life is short, work someplace awesome!

(Published on - 12/12/2018 4:24:22 PM)


(Published on - 12/27/2017 4:45:48 PM)

Moving into a new home is an exciting time, and you’re probably daydreaming about decor and paint schemes and new furniture. But before you get into the fun stuff, there are some basics you should cover first.

Change the locks

Even if you’re promised that new locks have been installed in your home, you can never be too careful. It’s worth the money to have the peace of mind that comes with knowing that no one else has the keys to your home. Changing the locks can be a DIY project, or you can call in a locksmith for a little extra money.

Steam clean the carpets

It’s good to get a fresh start with your floors before you start decorating. The previous owners may have had pets, young children, or just some plain old clumsiness. Take the time to steam clean the carpets so that your floors are free of stains and allergens. It’s pretty easy and affordable to rent a steam cleaner—your local grocery store may have them available.

Call an exterminator

Prior to move-in, you probably haven’t spent enough time in the house to get a view of any pests that may be lurking. Call an exterminator to take care of any mice, insects, and other critters that may be hiding in your home.

Clean out the kitchen

If the previous occupants wanted to skip on some of their cleaning duties when they moved out, the kitchen is where they probably cut corners. Wipe down the inside of cabinets, clean out the refrigerator, clean the oven, and clean in the nooks and crannies underneath the appliances.


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5 Tips for Creating and Managing a Facebook Business Page

(Published on - 9/28/2017 5:56:30 PM)


5 Tips for Creating and Managing a Facebook Business Page

Getting Started - One of the main advantages of creating a Facebook business page is to gain an audience and promote your brand. Begin by Identifying yourself and mapping your location. You want to select the specific criteria for your business as advised through the initial selection process. (Local Business or Place)- Enter Name, Job Category & Branch office location.



Creating a User Name & Adding Photos -It is recommended to have your own website and domain ready before you create a username. A great tip many don’t realize is uniformity is key. You should create your username initially; if not you will not be able to until you to get a certain number of likes and increase your page visibility.
Your username should match your domain name.



When adding photos such as your profile or cover photo use the criteria as shown below.


Establishing your Brand Identity- Tell your story with a brief bio or mission statement that should include your URL. You then have the ability to select category tags to define your service. Facebook has new template settings you can use to help you get started.


Being able to navigate your settings is essential. You can arrange your tab display and manage your tabs by turning them on and off. You can create a subtab button with a link to your domain to direct your followers to your site.




Censoring & Compliance
- It is important to censor your content on your facebook page. You can manage who can post to your timeline. You can do this by customizing your Timeline, Tag Review, Security Log and Privacy settings. You want to be able to control the flow of information being posted on a consistent basis.

Keeping Contact -   You always want to begin with who you know.  However, if you only had one to two mins to make a good first impression what would you do to gain audienceship? Consistent brand messaging, when you post on Facebook make sure you include this standard:  your name, professional title, brokerage name, and phone number.  In a world where you are constantly bombarded by solicitations and fake news, you come to find the public attention span to be about one minute. As a Realtor®, you want to make sure your professional integrity and rapport show.  


Follow these five quick easy steps and your page will be social media worthy. All you have to do is start posting. You will be booming with activity in no time. Please refer to Prime Agent select the Brokerage tab -Information and documents- under Broker’s office information to access your guides and manuals. Select the Realty Executives Exceptional Realtors® “Internet Policy Guide” for design and posting guidelines.



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