June 2018

Found 3 blog entries for June 2018.

Why Customer Service in Real Estate Matters Even More Than You ThinkThose who work in real estate don't need to be reminded that customer service is important. They likely see the consequences of poor customer service play out every day. But what they may forget is just how valuable customer service can be to their career as a real estate agent. It can quite literally be the difference between failure and success—which is a powerful statement for such a competitive field.

In for the Long Haul

Most people can put on a mask for a few days with even their worst enemies if they have to, but home buying happens over the course of more than a few days. Unlike a grocery store manager who needs to deal with the odd crisis once in a while, real estate agents need to be on their game every time they interact with a

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Understanding the New Face of Home Construction: Technologies to KnowNew technology is starting to permeate every aspect of the building process. From settling on a building site to putting the final touches on the home, the changes are remarkable. The construction industry has been somewhat slow to adopt technology, but they've recently started to make some big changes. While certain trends may not prove to be as popular as others in the long-run, it's beneficial to home buyers to understand more about where construction is headed if they want a better grasp on the market.

Scouting Construction Sites with Drones and 3-D Imaging

Scouting technology like drones and 3D scanners are helping decision-makers understand the best sites upon which to build. The drone will not only show leaders the full scope of the

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Sustainable Building MaterialsSustainable building materials have come a long way in a short period of time. Modern homeowners in particular are constantly seeking ways to make their home more sustainable and more eco-friendly.

Solar Panels and Solar Power

Solar energy can be harnessed in multiple ways. Some homeowners use the power of the sun to heat their home by installing large windows on the sides of the home where the sun is likely to shine in. Dark walls on the exterior absorb solar heat, which helps to keep the home warm long after the sun goes down.

Other homeowners choose to harness the power of the sun through solar panels. When sun shines directly on the solar panels, the panels absorb the energy and turn it into electricity. Well-placed solar panels can

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