Tag: Real Estate

Writing for Realtors Around the World
By June 1, 2008 Read More →

Writing for Realtors Around the World

Real Estate is Our Greatest Strength Jim Kimmons has done it all: Jim is a working real estate broker licensed in two states. Jim is the Real Estate Business Guide for the New York Times website at About.com, and writes all that site’s content. Consultant to Realtors® nationwide on the business & technology. Web site […]

Posted in: Writing General
Real Estate Investment Articles
By May 31, 2008 Read More →

Real Estate Investment Articles

I’ve placed dozens of articles about real estate investing at my About.com Real Estate Business site. You can get a very clear idea of my real estate investment knowledge and writing style by looking over a few of the articles at the link.  They cover real estate investment topics including: Buying and selling right Valuation […]

Posted in: Investors, Real Estate
Basic Real Estate Business and Startup Articles
By May 31, 2008 Read More →

Basic Real Estate Business and Startup Articles

I do a huge amount of instructional writing for Realtors just starting in the business.  Subjects range from basic property and ownership information to developing a business plan, financial planning, marketing budgeting and more. Here is a link to a full section of my new real estate agent articles.

Review of the Flip Video Camcorder
By May 31, 2008 Read More →

Review of the Flip Video Camcorder

In my job as the Real Estate Business Guide writer for the New York Times website at About.com, I write about all aspects of the real estate business.  Part of that is the use of technology hardware in an efficient way for marketing and business management. Here’s a link to that camcorder review.

Posted in: Technology, Web Sites
Consumer Real Estate Articles on Constant Content

Consumer Real Estate Articles on Constant Content

Though I don’t get to place an article up on Constant Content very often due to time, it is a site for writing articles on speculation, and buyers find them and make a purchase. Now and then, I misunderstand what a client desires, and my article misses the mark. It’s no problem, as we clarify […]

Posted in: Consumers, Real Estate
Reverse Mortgage and FHA Loan Articles

Reverse Mortgage and FHA Loan Articles

A regular client sends requests for articles monthly. Most are on mortgages, financing, the FHA and reverse mortgages. Here are a couple of excerpts of the latest: What Is a Reverse Mortgage? Homeowners are familiar with how a normal mortgage works. If you own a home, you have likely paid monthly payments on a mortgage, […]

Consumer Home Sale Articles

Consumer Home Sale Articles

One client who would never divulge their company, nor where they intended to use the 100+ pages of web material I wrote for them, wanted extensive detail to instruct homeowners in every facet of the home sale process. I wrote about everything from choosing a Realtor to preparation of the home, marketing, contracts, negotiations, and […]

Real Estate Investing Articles for Print and Web

Dean Graziosi, a real estate investment guru,  has been working with investors for many years.  He has multiple books and websites with detailed information about buying and selling real estate as an investment.  I have written some background articles for his organization.  I don’t know where they ended up, but here are some excerpts: It’s […]

Technology Articles for Realtors

Agent Direct News, a print publication with more than 100,000 Realtor subscribers, also has a subscription only online version of their articles.  I am a regular monthly contributor to this newspaper.  Articles are around 800 words and are intended to help Realtors to embrace new technology and use it to help them be more successful. […]

E-Marketing – Email or Blog

E-Marketing – Email or Blog

Realtor Magazine, with a circulation of more than 1.2 million Realtor readers, asked me to do an article for both print and online concerning the decision of whether to use email and newsletters or a blog for real estate marketing and ongoing client communication. I have extensive experience doing both, and tried to present a […]