With more potential buyers turning to their cell phones and computers for home ownership information, this announcement serves as good news for real estate marketers who wish to maximize visibility for their real estate inventory. Starting January 1st, ARME Realty.com has announces that they have decided to separate their all inclusive SEO and marketing platforms into smaller marketing “segments”. This allows brokers who only need specific programs to pick and choose exactly which programs to add to their marketing initiatives instead of having to have that all in one solution that the company has touted for 2013. The result, the company states, is that brokers can now tremendously lower their marketing costs and increase their return on their marketing investments. Simon Landers, the company spokesperson, states, “Now real estate professionals have more flexibility than ever to choose exactly which strategies they need for their marketing programs.” He continues, “After speaking with hundreds of brokers over the last few months, it became clear to us that many brokers have already committed themselves to specific marketing programs such as website development or search engine optimization. They may only need Adwords management or virtual tour production and distribution. Well now, with ARME Realty.com, they can narrow down their requirements from an extensive list of marketing programs and cut out any unnecessary expenses in terms of paying for programs they don’t need or are already using with other companies.” The firm offers an array of services from multimedia programs to email marketing and list management to media buying and ad management services. Representatives are available to discuss a brokers’ marketing needs via a hotline number which is listed as (727) 459-8841. The company can be also contacted via vente a domicile their website at ARME Realty.com. Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014-real-estate/online-marketing/prweb11101647.htm (c) 2013 PRWEB.COM Newswire
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The Short Sale Marketing System For Home Owners And Real Estate Professionals Is Now Available
Today, many homes in the United States are involved in the foreclosure process. They are unable to pay the over priced loan amounts they received for their homes and now the banks are trying to gain possession of what is rightfully theirs. During this process the home owner is given the opportunity to sell their home to an interested buyer. The only catch is the sale price must be negotiated and approved by the loan holder prior to the sale. “The economy has taken a nosedive over the last few years and many American’s are suffering because of their own bad financial decisions. At this point there is no reason to say if only or I should have, now the only logical choice left is to try and pick up the pieces and move forward. As such, ARME Realty.com has created the short sale marketing system that is designed to advertise short sale homes to interested buyers from all over the world. By using the internet to advertise the available properties we can greatly increase the chances of a property being sold,” states Simon Landers, spokesperson.
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Fannie Mae Begins Marketing Foreclosed Homes as Rentals
The companys regulator, the Federal Housing Finance Agency, on Monday released details of a planned pilot transaction under which the government-controlled mortgage-finance firm will offer the properties to investors in bulk and require those investors to rent them out. The program is designed to test the market for larger sales of foreclosed properties that havent yet been converted to rentals. Fannie is starting off by selling homes that were already rented out when the company acquired the property through foreclosure. Investors and nonprofit groups will be able to bid on homes in eight locations, including Los Angeles and Riverside, Calif., which account for around 23% of the units being marketed, and Atlanta, which accounts for 21%. The other locations include Southeast Florida (15%), Phoenix (14%), Las Vegas (9%), Floridas west coast (7%), Central and Northeast Florida (7%), and Chicago (4%). Investors will be able to submit bids on the entire portfolio of properties, but also will be able to submit offers on all the properties in any given market. The FHFAdidnt specify a timeline for the auction process, but the pilot sales could take place over the course of several months, said people familiar with the matter. The 2,490 properties being marketed by Fannie have 2,854 units, 429 of which are currently vacant. More than 1,700 are single-family homes, while more than 500 are condominiums.
Pour la version originale de l’article, voir http://blogs.wsj.com/developments/2012/02/27/fannie-mae-begins-marketing-foreclosed-homes-as-rentals/