Real Estate Marketing Then And Now

| October 31, 2018

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There always have been owners of estates, and those who had to pay a fee to live there. Since the beginning of humanity, rich and powerful people have been investing in real estate. They owned many properties they wouldn’t use for themselves, and then they would rent or sell them. How did they do it? What was their marketing strategy? It was much more straightforward than today. Unlike nowadays, developers and homeowners were mostly common merchants. The success of their business was a matter of reputation. They would reach their target by word of mouth, and convince them by the art of negotiation.

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Founded in 2011, The News Funnel has become the largest real estate news website in the industry. For real estate professionals, The News Funnel saves time by eliminating the need to search for relevant news. We gather trade news and information from thousands of trusted media sources and real estate companies and distribute it to professionals in a free customized news feed. For real estate companies, The News Funnel offers an unparalleled news distribution platform that enables them to reach their target audiences for free. Companies on The News Funnel have the ability to upload and distribute their press releases, videos, blogs, events and market research reports directly to News Funnel subscribers and to dozens of 3rd party sites via our free content syndication network.

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