Blogging can be a great way to interact with home buyers and sellers, no matter where they are in the purchasing or selling process.  No matter how long you’ve been blogging or if you’re just thinking about getting started, you can always check back on Gooder Group’s blog every Sunday for a new buyer and seller topic.  Use the topics for one posting or a series, but not matter what you do, you’ll be providing useful real estate information to your readers, answering their home buying and selling questions and building up trust with your blog readers.

And, if you need even more inspiration, check out our blog archive for even more topics to use on your blog.

Sellers topic for your blog:

First-time sellers (and even experienced home sellers) are often unsure of the process of how to handle the first offer on their home.  Outline the steps of how to proceed in accepting an offer and explain the art of the counter offer, including where your negotiating expertise can help them the most.  No matter the offer, the first offer should be taken very seriously.  Explain the importance of looking at the pros and cons of accepting the first offer, especially since it can sometimes be the best offer.

Buyers topic for your blog:

Getting finances in order is often a huge task for buyers as they start the process of considering buying a home and move to actively looking.  Encourage buyers to meet with a lender to get pre-approved for a loan before they head out house hunting.  In addition, list easy ideas to save money on day-to-day tasks (like cutting out the daily gourmet coffee, reining in eating out meal costs, carpooling or telecommuting more often, etc.) that can help buyers save money for a down payment or just get spending under control to be able to get closer to buy that dream home.

We’d love to read more real estate blogs.  Share yours with us!

Amy Hausman

Editor at Gooder Group
Amy is editor extraordinaire. If she’s not writing, proofing or editing, she’s traveling the world and taking photos around every corner.

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