Home Pro Network serves the Connecticut Capital Region.
Keller Williams Greater Hartford launched today CTHomePro.com, a Home Pro Network serving the capital region of central Connecticut. If you need a home pro in Hartford County and beyond, then CTHomePro.com is your go-to resource for trusted professionals.
CTHomePro.com connects real estate agents and local service providers with homeowners and homebuyers. Members have robust profiles with contact information and photos of past work, and any user can contact members directly through the website. It currently has 26 active members and is looking to add more!
Are you a Keller Williams Greater Hartford Realtor and want to make a nomination? Fill out this nomination form. Want to join HomeProResource.com? E-mail us with your name, contact information, and a description of your business.
Vendor network powered by OwnerAide software.
Keller Williams Realty today launched HomeProResource.com, a Home Pro Network serving the region north and west of Boston, Massachusetts, including the market centers of Beverly, Medford, Salem, Topsfield, and Newburyport.
HomeProResource.com connects real estate agents and local service providers with homeowners and homebuyers. Members have robust profiles with contact information and photos of past work, and users can contact members directly or post a job to the network as a whole. It currently has 50 active members.
Want to join HomeProResource.com? E-mail us with your name, contact information, and a description of your business.
Your Home Pro Network is a few clicks away.
Want to get started with OwnerAide? We’ve created a series of quick-start guides to help you set up your profile, add pros to your network, and post a job. Check it out the link below!
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Network Connects Piles with Shovels
Boston was hit by record snow fall this past month. We here at OwnerAide saw an opportunity to help our neighbors dig out and help local service providers find new business. So, we created the Boston Snow Removal network on the OwnerAide platform.
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Your profile has value beyond a broker’s network.
We created OwnerAide Vendor Profiles for more than just the private use of agents and brokers. Remember, your Aide profile is a public web property that you can use in any way you see fit. It’s a permanent presence for your personal brand.
A strong Aide profile includes photos of past work, numerous testimonials, and detailed contact information.
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Technology at the Consumer Electronics Show Aims to Create Smart Houses.
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES), happening this week in Las Vegas, is an annual gathering of inventors, enthusiasts, and the media to show off the latest in gadgetry. One of the biggest trends at CES this year is the slew of technologies aiming to create the “Connected Home.”
We’ve written about this before, though under a different moniker: “The Internet of Things.” We were skeptical then, but the enthusiasm at this year’s event suggests it’s perhaps going to catch on faster than we anticipated. Read more ›
Real Estate Weekly posted the results from a recent survey conducted by Imprev, a real estate technology company. We encourage you to read analysis of the survey results on REW, but want to share a one bit of telling data:
Eighty-six percent of those responding said organic leads from an agent’s sphere of influence — past clients and referrals — offer exceptional value (based on quality of the lead or return on investment), compared to only eight percent citing Zillow, seven percent citing Realtor.com, five percent citing Craigslist and four percent citing Trulia.
It’s the data behind the message we’ve preached from the start: Residential real estate is a face-to-face business, and it’s driven by strong, meaningful partnerships between agents, clients, and vendors. Agents are at the center, so they are responsible for connecting everyone involved.
I’ve begun contributing articles to Inman News about real estate networking and adding value after the sale. Read our first article, How Strengthening Your Vendor Network Creates New Business on Inman now. Read more ›
The Urban Land Institute and Pricewaterhouse Coopers recently released the 2015 edition of “Emerging Trends in Real Estate.” While the report is targeted at real estate investors and developers, residential brokers can learn a great deal from the report’s market analysis and trend spotting. Below, we highlight a few national trends germane to residential real estate professionals.
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Winter poses unique challenges for homeowners
Many homeowners are surprised to learn just how much preparation and care a home requires during the coldest months of the year. Former renters will soon miss their property manager. Even those who have lived in one place for decades find new chores and concerns as the days get shorter each year. As a real estate professional, it’s your job to ensure your clients—both new and old—can access the best local winter weather service providers. Here are five essential vendors you need in your network now.
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