Updated 5:42 pm PDT, Friday, June 14, 2019 Ron Heckmann Ron Heckmann Image 1 of / 4 Caption Close Image 1 of 4 Ron Heckmann Ron Heckmann Sound Off: What are affordable ways to get your home to trend? 1 / 4 Back to Gallery A: According a 2018 survey from the California Association of Realtors, 93% of home buyers go to the internet as part of their home search and 50% find the home they purchased online. So working with a brokerage firm/agent that can give your property a strong online presence is imperative. As the listing agent, I assure that the property has that strong online presence. Homes I have listed for sale appear on more than 700 websites, including the most visited real estate websites in the world, like Zillow, Trulia, Realtor.com and many more. This includes displaying the home with a detailed description, multiple professional photos and a link to a … [Read more...] about Sound Off: What are affordable ways to get your home to trend?
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Brian Spence There has been plenty of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) action in Việt Nam in recent months and, so far, momentum does not appear to be fading – notwithstanding its relatively small size in comparison with more developed markets. Việt Nam has recently become one of the favoured destinations for M&A for foreign investors, particularly those from Japan, Korea and Singapore. Key sectors of interest include real estate, food and beverages, retail, and to a lesser extent, manufacturing. M&A activity is not, however, confined to foreign investment. A report by the annual Việt Nam M&A Forum shows that 17.72 per cent of the total value of M&A deals in H1 2019 involved Vietnamese buyers. The corresponding figure of the previous year was 8.2 per cent. Such a rise shows Vietnamese investors are and would be “more active” acquirers, though foreign investors will continue to lead the market. Here are 10 ways in which a vendor … [Read more...] about 10 ways to get M&A deals across the line
And how he learned this the hard way. The Oracles Published 12:01 pm CDT, Friday, April 5, 2019 Photo: Robert Martinez Photo: Robert Martinez Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Robert Martinez Robert Martinez on Why Size Matters in Real Estate 1 / 1 Back to Gallery In this series called Member Showcase, we publish interviews with members of The Oracles. This interview is with Robert Martinez, founder and CEO of Rockstar Capital, a real estate investment firm in Houston, Texas. It was condensed by The Oracles. Who are you? Robert Martinez: I am an investor in multi-family real estate and the founder and CEO of Rockstar Capital. We have $285 million in assets under … [Read more...] about Robert Martinez on Why Size Matters in Real Estate
Showcase your energy and personality to potential customers using video, one of the leading technologies today. Imran Tariq Published 11:00 am CST, Wednesday, January 30, 2019 Photo: Vgajic | Getty Images Photo: Vgajic | Getty Images Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Vgajic | Getty Images 5 Simple Ways to Use Webinars to Close More Prospective Coaching Clients 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Coaching, whether it's aimed at helping a business improve sales or helping someone lose weight, is largely dependent on personal relationships. As such, forming strong personal connections during the sales process is essential if you hope to land new clients. Related: 12 Steps … [Read more...] about 5 Simple Ways to Use Webinars to Close More Prospective Coaching Clients
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Milton J. Valencia and Tim Logan Globe Staff January 14, 2019 In the thick of an affordable housing crisis that has taken hold across Greater Boston, city councilors have proposed levying fees on high-end real estate deals to help pay for more housing — part of a bold and controversial movement across the region to tax developers who have been profiting off of a historic building boom.The proposal would set a tax of up to 6 percent on many commercial and residential sales over $2 million and establish a “flipping” tax of up to 25 percent on some properties that are sold twice within two years. It’s a bid to stem speculation and profiteering in Boston’s red-hot real estate market, the councilors say, and could raise anywhere from $175 million to $350 million a year. “We are in a crisis,” said City Councilor Lydia Edwards, the … [Read more...] about Amid housing crunch, city officials propose new real estate taxes on ‘flipping’ and sales over $2 million