In Case You Missed It: Top 5 Blogs from January

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  1. Home Renovation Projects with the Best ROI

Many people are interested to know what kind of return on investment they can expect when upgrading certain items in their homes and which items they should prioritize first. This is especially relevant when selling their home or investment property. This post was originally published on RISMedia’s blog Housecall.

  1. Mortgage Rates: Keep Them in Perspective

The thought of mortgage rates being on the rise is a frightening one, particularly for new buyers looking to enter the real estate market. However, as Chief Economist of the National Association of REALTORS Lawrence Yun points out in a recent Forbes.com article, we all need to keep the current rates in perspective.

  1. 4 Real Estate Marketing Trends Agents Can’t Ignore in 2017

The new year is the perfect time to remind your agents of tips and tools they can leverage when it comes to digital marketing. A recent article on Inman.com shared four tactics you and your team members should be taking advantage of to ensure digital success in 2017, and we shared our favorites.

  1. Set Your Goals & Make it Happen: 2017 Resolutions for Agents

It’s not too late to kick start your year and your business by taking a moment to think about what you want to accomplish. What haven’t you tried yet that you want to? Need a little inspiration? Here are three of our 2017 resolutions for agents.

  1. Welcome, ERA Coastline Estates!

Introducing one of the newest members of TeamERA, ERA Coastline Estates! Led by broker/owner David Ranish, who acquired the company in 2014, the firm serves Orange County with a particular focus on Laguna Beach where the average home sale price is more than $2 million.

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Melissa feels at home writing – in her role as director of public relations and internal communications for ERA Real Estate and as co-editor of Owning the Fence. With more than 20 years of experience in corporate communications, she provides a new spin on a variety of topics. If she could live anywhere, she’d pack her bags for Southern Italy in a heartbeat.

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