People will tell you that the state of your garage doesn’t really matter when you go to sell your house. That’s a lie. The truth is that when people come to view your home, they want to see that things are taken care of and that even the garage has been kept up. Every buyer has only one home that they are going to buy. If you want your home to be the one they choose, you need to make sure that your home is ready and as perfect as possible. A leaky faucet can cost you the deal, because it plants seeds of doubt. If this isn’t right, what else isn’t right that I can’t see? Confused minds say, “No.”
Michelle Moore offers the following three tips for a successful Facebook Page. First, Michelle urges us to “Be your authentic you.” She believes that people instinctively sense why you are being authentic and are attracted to it. Second, post once a day, whether early in the morning (around 6am) or in the evening (7 or 8 pm). This will encourage maximum engagement. Third, make your posts about other people. Don’t focus exclusively on yourself and your achievements.
Amanda Baron of Synergy Realty Network (Brentwood, TN) visits Michelle to discuss her specialization: helping physicians purchase real estate. Amanda addresses three myths that confront physicians when they consider buying a home. First, physicians often feel (with good reason) that they don’t have enough time to look for a home. Second, physicians often say that they have nothing for a down payment because of educational debt and small entry-level salaries. Third, physicians fear that their student loan debt is too high, making loan acquisition impossible. Luckily, Amanda explains how in each of these cases there are real answers available.
Beginners often try to take on too many social media platforms. Michelle Moore advocates an approach that chooses one platform, ideally suited to your target audience, and focuses on doing that one platform well. For those who want to excel on Instagram, Michelle offers three strategies. First, Michelle advocates a wise use of the 30 hashtags allowed by Instagram. Michelle suggests using seekmetrics.com as a tool to generate options. Then compare these options with what is trending. Second, prepare and save different groups of hashtags based on different types of posts you plan to make. These different groups of hashtags will expose you to people you couldn’t reach otherwise and can lead to new followers. Third, Michelle says, “Don’t post and run!” Post but be willing to interact with people on your posts.