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Here are a few ways real estate agents are using new technology to move houses: #1 Load up Instagram and other social sharing apps on your smartphone and use them! If you want to end up high on the leaderboard of websites like Rate My Agent , you need to know how to play with the big boys. Super-agent Fredrik Eklund uses social media not only to display his personal life, but his Instagram page also features fabulous photos of newly listed properties for sale. One such photo of an $11 million condo with Eklund posing in the bathtub, fully clothed and showing off the amazing skyscraper view drew a real buyer prior to the broker even listing the place for sale. #2 Use Google Glass for virtual tours and videos If you search for Google Glass and real estate or realtor, youll begin learning a plethora of new ways that innovative home sellers are using the electronic glasses to pitch homes. From offering virtual home tours to recorded events, Google Glass benefits homebuyers by not requiring people to meet their realtors in person at a variety of potential new home locations in order to check out the property. Uses of the Google Glass product can include providing a lot more virtual access to clients everything from contract viewing to more convenient home touring and that faster, instantaneous access spells higher sales for agents ahead of the techy game. #3 Buy a drone for revolutionary home touring Kiplinger reports that plenty of industries are chomping at the bit, salivating over the day that the FAA officially declares drone use legal for commercial purposes. One of the industries that will benefit from drone use is the real estate industry, with talk of how luscious videos of drones swooping around a property with ease can be created. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.examiner.com/article/the-tech-tools-that-help-real-estate-agents-get-more-sales





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[Read: A Checklist for First-Time Homebuyers .] 3. How will you communicate with me? A communication lapse of a few hours can mean the difference between an accepted offer and a missed opportunity. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://money.usnews.com/money/personal-finance/articles/2014/05/28/5-questions-to-ask-before-choosing-a-real-estate-agent





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Linda Cataffo Mets owner Fred Wilpon and his Sterling Equities is building a presence in Brooklyn. Pricing for the project hasnt been released but experts said the large four-bedroom units could cost as much as $4 million. Millie Perry of Stribling & Associates has the exclusive. Sterlings Brooklyn invasion marks a shift in strategy for the Bensonhurst native and Lafayette High School graduate Wilpon and his partner (and Brooklyn College graduate) Saul Katz. Aaron Showalter/New York Daily News Gregory Katz, of Sterling Equities, is developing 345 Carroll St., one of the few remaining properties open for new development in high-end Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. The pair made their fortunes in real estate in the early 1970s and came close to losing them (and the Mets) in their pal Bernie Madoffs Ponzi scheme. Much of the companys activity had been focused on its Sterling American Property group of funds, which invested in projects all around the country in recent years and some of which ran into financial hurdles as a result of the recession. The company had to hand a San Francisco tower back to its lenders in 2009 when a major tenant went bust. Sterling is not the only developer homing in on sites near the Gowanus Canal. Among the new projects slated for the neighborhood are Bushburg Properties 92-unit residential building at 635 Fourth Ave. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.nydailynews.com/life-style/real-estate/fred-wilpon-move-brooklyn-article-1.1809158









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