The Spotlight podcast is THE podcast for CENTURY 21® agents in Canada. The show is hosted by Eryn Richardson (Broker and General Manager with CENTURY 21 Heritage Group Ltd.) and Linas Kilius (head of business development at Homeania) and covers important topics and news concerning CENTURY 21® brand and the real estate industry in Canada. Our podcast is available in both video and audio-only formats.
This podcast is not an official podcast of CENTURY 21 CanadaTM, and the views expressed by the hosts or guests of the show do not necessarily reflect the views of CENTURY 21 CanadaTM or its representatives.
First impressions are important. But, how important are they when you’re trying to sell a home? It can be tedious and time consuming to renovate or stage a home prior to sale. When the market is hot, and you know the listing is going to sell within days, is it worth the trouble for you or your client to put the effort in to improve the initial opinion of prospective buyers?
If you’re going to spend your or your client’s money on staging and renovation, how much do you spend? At some point, the return on investment diminishes, in some cases, there may be no return on investment in the first place.
On today’s show we discuss the benefits of staging and renovations, and how best to assess whether or not they are in your and your client’s best interests.
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par Linas Kilius | janvier 19, 2017
We’ve all heard it over the past 15 years…. Print is dead. Or is it? Online advertising is certainly a powerful tool when used effectively, but print marketing can still be used very effectively. Print marketing is great for selectively farming areas and developing name recognition.
Brand marketing can be expensive, and the value of this type of marketing may take months or years to bear fruit. So is it worth the cost? There are endless ways that you can put money into print marketing....read more...
par Linas Kilius | janvier 12, 2017
Door knocking… Most agents would love to do just about anything other than door knocking. Homeowners have a built up barrier for any solicitor that comes knocking on their door that you have to penetrate to make this prospecting technique effective. It can be frustrating and demoralizing, but only if you aren’t doing it properly.
It turns out that this traditional method of prospecting can be very effective if done properly. It doesn’t have to be tedious, it doesn’t have to be thankless. It...read more...
par Linas Kilius | janvier 5, 2017
If you’re listening to this show, there’s a good chance you’re in the real estate industry. Being in this industry, it’s very likely that you or one of your clients have considered investing in real estate. If your client asks you whether or not it’s a good idea to invest in real estate, what’s your answer? Being in sales, it’s probably ‘yes’, but it shouldn’t be so simple. There is a spectrum of types of real estate investments, and some are better suited for your clients than others.
par Linas Kilius | décembre 22, 2016
It’s almost the end of the year, snow is blanketing a solid chunk of Canada, everyone is rushing about getting ready for the holidays. Naturally, during this time of year, the real estate market starts to slow down.
With this drop in business, agents often find that this is the perfect time to organize their business by planning for the new year. Develop a business strategy that will help them increase their earnings in the new year. Maybe this is also a good time to reflect over the previous...read more...