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    Email Marketing Built For Real Estate Appraisers. Prices start at only $39.00 per month.

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    We start by building a free MailChimp template including your logo and links to your website.

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    We load your newsletter with interesting and engaging content selected for you.

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    We send you a link so you can review the layout and branding.

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    Once you're happy, you activate your account. Billing starts at $39.00/month.

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    We send you a user name and password to login to our online system.

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    We walk you through the process for how to create appealing ads and messages.

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    We show you how to upload your initial email list and add more email addresses anytime.

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    Your newsletter is sent on Wednesdays, you can select weekly, twice per month, or monthly.

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    We set up optional automated posts to your business Facebook page.

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    We're available any time via email, and we're happy to chat by phone.

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    A newsletter with relavent content will help you build trust. Trust is key for any business.

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    Email marketing is simple, inexpensive and guaranteed. Give it a test, it's free.

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Check out the five most important things you can do to ensure your real estate appraisal comes in with the value your expect. Don't be caught out in the cold.

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Mar 25, 2020
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Confusing Real Estate Terminology Explained
When you’re buying or selling a house, getting familiar with real estate jargon can be a job in itself. Terms like “curb appeal” are pretty self-explanatory, but you can find yourself at a real disadvantage if you don't understand …
Bob Vila
How to Tell If a Home has Good Bones
When viewing a home, especially an older one that might require some updates, buyers will often look for a house that has “good bones …
RIS Media
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Stunning DIY Backsplash Ideas for Your Kitchen and Bathrooms
Hello Remodelaholics! Who is ready for a new beautiful DIY backsplash? We have some gorgeous DIY kitchen backsplash ideas to share with …
Remodel-Aholic
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Bathroom Renovation Cost: What Can I Expect to Pay?
What does a bathroom renovation cost? The answer to this question will largely depend on the size of the room, the amount of renovation …
Homebuilding & Renovating
Yes, You Can Reuse Water at Home—Here's How
We waste water every day—for example, when we let the water run while we brush our teeth or wait for the shower to hit the perfect …
Bob Vila
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Beautiful Plants to Add Curb Appeal This Spring
If you’re preparing your home for the spring market, then it’s just about time to start boosting curb appeal. While there are plenty …
RIS Media
Ways to Create a Timeless—and Trendy—Living Room
As director of production at Emily Henderson Design, you’ve probably seen Sara Ligorria-Tramp’s handiwork and photography all over …
Apartment Therapy
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"The value of my home? You mean right now or a few seconds ago when you asked the question?
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"No money is better spent than what is laid out for domestic satisfaction."
Samuel Johnson
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Who designed the original ceiling fan?
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