Branding Yourself As A Neighborhood Expert

In today’s market, presenting yourself as a knowledgable and experienced agent couldn’t be more important. From establishing an online presence, to simply winning the trust of your potential clients, it’s not always easy to know what to focus on. If you’re looking for ways to win more listings, one great way to do that is […]


Mediamax Sponsored Class: The Appraisal Process Revealed

On April 11, we’re sponsoring a class entitled “The Appraisal Process Revealed”. We invite you to come join us to learn more about the appraisal process and earn 3 CE credits while you’re at it. Presenter Brent Blankenburg will be breaking down the history of the appraisal process and giving you all the information you […]


Leveraging Social Media with the Women’s Council of Realtors

We had a great time at the Women’s Council of Realtors March Luncheon on March 22. Guest Speaker (and Sales Strategist) Josh Saenz spoke about leveraging social media marketing in today’s world. Social media can be one of the most lucrative efforts a real estate agent can make, but it’s not always easy to know […]


Photographer Spotlight: Cami Rosine

For Cami Rosine, photographing real estate isn’t just a way to capture a space, it’s an opportunity to create a mood. And the mood she prefers is happy and carefree. This works well for marketing homes, because the goal is to convey a property as warm and inviting, and to entice people to want to […]


Creating a Photogenic Dining Room

Before kitchen tables and breakfast nooks, there was once a room where we all sat for meals and conversation at the end of the day. While the days of “formal dining” on a daily basis is less common, the dining room is still an important fixture in most homes. How you design a dining room […]


Adjusting Your Marketing Strategy During The Winter Months

It’s been almost three weeks since famed groundhog Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow, confirming what we already know. Spring is a long way off.  While we shuttle through slushy streets and brave the single digit temperatures, houses still need to be sold. In the summer, marketing a property is easier. The community pool sparkles blue […]


Networking with the Women’s Council of Realtors

The Women’s Council of Realtors (WCR) Mile High Network kicked off 2018 with a fantastic luncheon and presentation by Bruce Gardner on January 25. New President Pamala Carter organized a great event with about 40 Realtors and strategic partners attending the luncheon held at the View House in Centennial, Colorado. Bruce Gardner spoke on the […]


Luck Of The Draw: Putting Your Best Foot Forward Every Time

More than ever, the internet is central to all we do, and most likely the place people will turn to find more information about you. Our lives are driven by research, and unless you’ve got a full time Marketing Director on your staff, how you appear in online searches can feel like a gamble.  Think […]


Staging For Success: Less Is More

We’ve emphasized many times the importance of eliminating clutter when it comes to preparing a home for photography and ultimately for sale. Putting away a seller’s personal “stuff” and getting rid of anything that would distract from the neutral tone is always a good idea before scheduling a photographer or setting up a walk-through with […]


Photographer Spotlight: Master Photographer Nate Koerner

Nate Koerner’s motto is one you may have heard before: “Never look back, unless you are planning to go that way”, by Henry David Thoreau. For Nate, it really sums up his approach to his life and his work.  Nate says, “I really try to be present, be in the moment, and be relaxed.” He […]