Here are 3 Examples of our High Quality, Easy-to-Customize Real Estate Blog Content
You may be asking yourself questions like… What is a prewritten blog post? Is it really as fast and easy to customize as you claim?
I think an example is always better than a description, so following are two examples of our prewritten, customizable blog posts.
Example #1 of a Pre-written, Customizable Real Estate Blog Post
How Ready Is Your Home’s Air Conditioner This Summer?
Your home’s air conditioner needs a regular tune-up just like your car does. If you don’t know much about air conditioners, here are some quick tips and facts:
Your home’s air conditioner consists of three main parts:
- The compressor: It’s the large outdoor unit which is usually on the side of your house or behind the garage. It compresses the refrigerant, or Freon®, into a liquid that then evaporates, resulting in cooling.
- The blower unit: Pushes the air throughout the system.
- The ductwork: Circulates the air. Cool air is carried into the home; warm air is exhausted.
Anything having to do with refrigerant should be left to professionals. Hire someone to inspect the refrigerant and the compressor lines.
Here are several do-it-yourself tune-up tasks for your home’s air conditioner:
- Change the air conditioner filters: Schedule a day each month to change your filters. It can be the first, the fifteenth or any day you will remember each month, just pick a date so you do not forget. Check the number on the filter that is already in the system, and buy the same size when it needs to be replaced.
- Check for debris: After you change the filter, walk around the outside unit and check for obstructions. Clear any leaves or debris that might be caught in the grate. Cut back bushes that may be preventing airflow to the unit. There should be two feet of clear space around the unit.
- Check the condensate removal system: Condensation occurs when warm air passes through the cooling coil. That condensation drips to a drain or a pan under the unit. If there is a pan, you need to empty it as it gets full.
- Clean the compressor: The outdoor unit will get dirty and need cleaning, at least annually. Make sure you shut off the power to the unit before beginning. You can then hose off the dirt.
If you’d like a referral to an air conditioning specialist for those times when you need to hire a professional, I’m happy to share my recommendations.
Call me at XXX-XXX-XXXX or email me at XXXXXX@XXXXXX.com for more information.
Example #2 of our Prewritten, Customizable Real Estate Blog Post
The 7 Commandments of a Green Remodel for Your [City] Real Estate
If you’ve been thinking of remodeling all or part of your real estate, you might want to consider a green remodel.
Green building means that you use certain materials and practices that are better for the environment and for your health. By following a few guidelines, you can easily complete an eco-friendly remodeling project.
Recycle. Whenever possible, choose materials for your real estate made from recycled products. This cuts down on the amount of waste piling up in our landfills.
Use local materials. Local materials don’t have as far to travel, so transporting them costs less and uses less fuel. They are also more durable since they are already adapted to your climate.
Think sustainable. Products made from bamboo and cork are better for the environment because they can be easily replaced. Bamboo can grow as much as 1 meter each day.
Save as much energy as possible. Install energy efficient windows and add insulation throughout your home. Seal cracks around doors and windows. Purchase new, energy efficient appliances. Not only will you help the environment, you’ll also save money on your electric bill.
Always consider indoor air quality. Choose products with little or no volatile organic compounds. Use green cleaning products inside your home to reduce indoor air pollution.
Find ways to cut back on water use. Devices like high efficiency washing machines and dual-flush or low-flow toilets use less water than their traditional counterparts. Use xeriscaping for your yard. If you have the budget, consider installing a rainwater harvesting system.
Think before you throw away. Before you throw away anything, from appliances to building materials, make sure no one else can use it. Place an ad on Freecycle or Craigslist. You may be surprised by what other people need.
I can help you find green real estate to meet your needs. Call me today at 480-555-1212 or email me at XXXXXX@XXXXXX.com.
Example #3 of our Prewritten, Customizable Real Estate Blog Post
Myths About Selling Your Property in a Slow Market
Trying to sell your property in a slow market is definitely frustrating. You may find that it takes longer to sell and you cannot get as much money as you could during a booming market.
However, you can’t believe all the hype about a sluggish real estate market. Do your research and separate the facts from the fiction.
You won’t get a decent price.
Your property will sell for whatever a buyer is willing to spend on it. A comparative market analysis shows you what other buyers spent on real estate like yours.
Of course, if you bought your real estate when values were up, you may have to take a loss. However, most people can get a fair price and even make a profit in a slow market.
Your real estate will stay on the market too long.
While it’s true that real estate tends to take longer to sell during a slow market, it’s not impossible to sell them. People do still buy real estate in slower markets.
If your real estate is priced right and prepared for sale, you can still sell it within a reasonable amount of time.
Buyers only want foreclosures and short sales.
The truth is that buyers want good deals, and this can be in the form of money or time. The price of a foreclosure or short sale may certainly be attractive, but they can take a considerable amount of time to close while the banks negotiate their terms.
Paying slightly more for a traditional sale is sometimes well worth the time they can save.
Selling your property in a slow market isn’t easy, but it can be done. Using my proven marketing plan, I can help you sell your real estate whether it’s a slow market or a booming market.
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