BRIAN HOPPER’S PUBLISHED ARTICLE FOR NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS; 6 BUZZWORTHY MARKETING TRENDS YOU CAN USE

I am so excited to have an article just published for the National Association of Realtors!   Here is a link to the article.  Enjoy! – Brian Are pricey, highly produced property videos worth the expense? Has the moment for drones passed? Find out how real estate professionals are changing their promotional tactics and how you

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BRIAN HOPPER AUTHORS PUBLISHED ARTICLE FOR INMAN NEWS: WHERE REAL ESTATE MARKETING IS HEADED IN 2018

I am so excited to have an article just published again on Inman.com!  You may be asking what the heck is Inman.com?  Inman is our leading news source for the real estate industry.  Inman is trusted by agents world wide and keeps current on trending changes, and whats happening in the industry inside and out.  Here

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SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY BRAND EXPANDS PRESENCE IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA

Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates LLC today announced that Mendo Realty in Mendocino and Fort Bragg, California, is the newest member of its global network and will now operate as Mendo Sotheby’s International Realty. Established in 1963, the boutique firm is owned and operated by Gregory J. Burke, Allan Cone, and Arvin Reed. It will serve the luxury

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BRIAN HOPPER’S PUBLISHED ARTICLE ON INMAN.COM: 10 REAL ESTATE PREDICTIONS ALL AGENTS SHOULD CARE ABOUT; BRIAN HOPPER’S INDUSTRY FORECAST FOR 2018

I was so excited to see my article get published recently on Inman.com! In case you missed it, here is the link to the article, as well the content below. My industry marketing forecast for 2018 Looking back on 2017, there were many moments of major advancements in technology through out the year that are finding

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6 PRACTICAL TIPS TO KNOW BEFORE SELLING YOUR HOME

Interior preparation Have carpets cleaned and re-stretched or replace if worn or dated. Ensure house is cleaned (top to bottom, baseboards and ceiling fans, doors, cabinet fronts). Professional cleaning recommended. Wash windows inside and out, remove any frayed, torn, or weathered screens, and store in the garage (total removal of screens is recommended). Complete all

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AS FEATURED ON GEEKWIRE: NEW (BUT FEW) CONDOS COMING – MARKET MAKERS SAY THEY WILL SELL MORE THAN A HALF-BILLION IN NEWLY BUILT MULTI-FAMILY UNITS BY 2020

Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty to Relaunch UrbanCondominiums.com; Plans New Developments Gallery in Downtown Seattle What a difference a decade makes. For the first time in ten years, Realogics Group of Companies and its brokers are again representing ten new multi-family for-sale condominium and townhome developments in downtown Seattle and surrounding neighbourhoods. Although the project marketing specialists admit the

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MARKET TRENDS FROM AROUND THE SOUND: Q4-2017

Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty (RSIR) presents a look at the housing market trends for the fourth quarter of 2017, from the shores of Bainbridge Island’s waterfront homes and in-city living opportunities to the Eastside’s most distinguished residences. Seattle  |  Single Family Homes Seattle home prices continued to reach far beyond seller’s expectations in Q4-2017, as the

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MEDIAN PRICE OF DOWNTOWN SEATTLE RESALE CONDOMINIUMS ROSE 19-PERCENT IN 2017

The lack of new construction closings in 2017 combined with increasing demand for home ownership drove the median home price of downtown Seattle condominiums to $625,000, an increase of $100,000 or 19-percent for the year. That’s significantly higher than the broader perspective offered by S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Index, which reported the tri-county metro area spiked by

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SEATTLE HOME PRICES STILL LEADING YEAR-OVER-YEAR, BUT INCH DOWNWARD FOR A SECOND MONTH IN A ROW

S&P/Case-Shiller’s Home Price Index for October 2017 showed the Seattle Metropolitan Area as remaining 12.7 percent higher than twelve months ago, and continuing to lead all Pacific Coast gateway cities as well as cities across the nation. However, this was the second straight month in which the Seattle index declined on a monthly basis, although by

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