Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Review of an artice by Brad Stewart!

This is a review of a great article that I read to day. It does not matter if you are in business for yourself or not. It is great information for every day life. It is information on ways to help us tell what kind of people and relationships to ignore, confide in, complain about, or withdraw from, and what to do with them is difficult.

It is written by Brad Stewart

It is very well written. It is well worth your time to read it. It will help out in many ways.

Daniel and Deanna "Marketing Unscrambled"

Monday, June 20, 2011

Do You need more traffic to your sites?

This is a great article about getting more free traffic to your websites. 8 simple thing that you can easily do to get more traffic to your sites.

Here are a few of the things that you will learn when you go to see the article for yourself.

Register for a free website promotion course online.
Create a banner ad.
Word of mouth - let the world know about your web site.

They have many great things to add to the list, it is worth checking out.

Daniel and Deanna "Marketing Unscrambled"

Friday, June 17, 2011

Making the best of a bad situation in the housing market and the forclosures with a proprerty preservation business !

The housing market is in such a state right now. It is worse then the great depression. It is being reported that the numbers are down, but that is false picture of thing as they are. As is stated by this article, quote "I really wish I could say that looking at a 42-month low in foreclosures action means that the housing market is recovering, and the foreclosure problems are all going away and we should all go about our business and be happy," says RealtyTrac's Rick Sharga. "Unfortunately, those would all be lies."

When we really see that things are going up still. Just look at the areas that have been hardest hit by the foreclosures.

The numbers have been on a roller coaster since the so-called "robo-signing" foreclosure paperwork scandal that unfolded last Fall. Now there are big discrepancies in the numbers state to state, depending on which states practice judicial foreclosures and which don't. The foreclosure timeline is also increasing as more banks and loan servicers focus on short selling distressed properties, which is when the sale price is less than the value of the mortgage.

REO activity was down 6 percent overall in non-judicial foreclosure states month-to-month, but some non-judicial foreclosure states posted substantial month-over-month increases. Bank repossessions jumped 79 percent in Georgia, 36 percent in Virginia, and 19 percent in Michigan.

In judicial states, bank repossessions actually rose 1 percent month to month, as courts finally begin to get new paperwork and work through lawsuits. In New York, REO activity jumped a whopping 97 percent, and 21 percent in New Jersey.

While the usual suspects, California, Arizona and Nevada still lead the nation in foreclosure activity, the pain is still spreading nationwide. The sheer volume and share of distressed properties in the current market continues to push home prices to new lows since the worst of the housing crash. Some states may see higher numbers, but the effect is the same.

We have not seen the end of this yet. There are people out there that are growing business to help take care of these properties. They are making good money doing this. It is the property preservation industry. To be able to sell these houses again, the banks need them in the best way that they can be in. They might not be with new appliances and all the best things inside. They may need some work to make them the way that someone else wants.

Take a look at this video to see what they do and why they are so needed.

Daniel & Deanna "Marketing Unscrambled"

Thursday, June 9, 2011

If you are a real estate agent check this out!

If you are a real estate agent, are you having a difficult time in this economy to make a good living? This is a website that can help you to change that around. Learn to earn more.

What do you know about REO's? REO's are a short name for "real estate owned" , that just means that the band owns the property.

Do you know how to tap into these properties? Who do you take to? How do you get started with this?

This site can help you to learn all of that. With all of the foreclosures that are out there and more to come. Do YOU see how this could help you.

These are some articles that might help you:
Selling REOs in 2011
REOs record breaking for 2010

Help yourself to keep your business growing.

Daniel and Deanna "Marketing Unscrambled"