Did you know that a mobile website can help sell your home? According to Mobile Marketing Association Asia  5.1 billion people own a cell phone. The world population is 7 billion people.  More and more consumers are shopping via their mobile phones.  A recent statistic says 91% of all smart phone users have their phone within arm’s reach 24/7 – (Morgan Stanley, 2012).

Mobile marketing will account for 15.2% of global online ad spend by 2016. (Berg Insight, 2012). Having a mobile web site allows for your property to come up higher in a mobile search and be viewed more easily on a mobile device such as an iPad, iPhone or Android device. Go ahead and type in the website address of this site on your mobile device to see what it looks like.

Mobile consumers are more ready to act too. 70% of all mobile searches result in action within 1 hour. 70% of online searches result in action in one month. (Mobile Marketer, 2012). Search Engine Land found that 9 out of 10 mobile searches lead to action, over half leading to purchase. (Search Engine Land, 2012).

If your home isn’t being advertised on a mobile device you are missing out. Mobile marketing produces more immediate responses, and a higher response rate, than any other marketing method. So, are you ready to list today and get effective marketing for your home?

The real estate market is on the move and people are moving. Finding a mover that you can trust with your possessions can be a difficult task. Here is what you need to know when looking to hire a mover and have a worry-free move:

1. Make a list

Make a complete list of what you want moved. A complete inventory of what you will be moving will make it easier to assess estimates. Insist on a firm price from your mover based on your list. This will make it easier check that everything has arrived at your destination.

2. Check your insurance

Check with your insurance company to make sure your policy covers your property while moving. Moving companies do not provide actual insurance. Many movers offer protection which usually only covers between 30 and 60 cents per pound for lost or damaged items.

3. Do your due diligence

Verify your movers licenses, read online reviews, and be sure you know what each mover is offering in the quoted price.

Once you’ve done your homework create a list of prospects. You may also want to read Your Rights and Responsibilities When You Move put out by the U.S. Department of Transportation for more helpful hints.

 

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