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E-List Hunter’s CRM email lists provides accurate opt-in data that helps to improve sales and makes your business profitable, but it also increases the leads.
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The Number ONE Reason Marketers Fail When They Use Social Media

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Agi Anderson's curator insight, December 2, 2014 11:04 AM

Ted says, "From here on out, social is going to play a principle role in doing business—but that doesn’t mean we throw out the baby with the bathwater."

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** BLACK FRIDAY SALE OFF -90% **Email Marketing 24/7 is the first email marketing software for android environment. This app is designed to help you compose, manage...
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Mixing Video With Email Marketing: Four Inspiring Examples and Three Quick Tips

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Email Marketing - Using video in email should be a no-brainer, because emails with video are the ones that subscribers find most memorable. But the email-video combo is still a rare pairing. Here's ...

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2DiFore Marketing Solutions's curator insight, December 1, 2014 2:33 PM

Are you a visual person, auditory person or both? What about your audience? Consider adding video messaging to your e-newsletter to get a better open rate.....

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The Anatomy of a Marketing Email that Drives Results

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Learn how to pen a successful marketing email using just one simple but powerful method: AIDA.
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3 Reasons Why Relying on Social-Media Marketing Is a Losing Strategy - Entrepreneur

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Organic reach has plummeted. You need to think of social media as just one facet of a diverse marketing plan.
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Publishers' Top Email Marketing Pain Points [Infographic]

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Email Marketing - More than half (54%) of companies in the publishing industry say list growth is a major email marketing pain point, according to a recent report from FOLIO and Lyris.

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SF Attorney Supports Owners + Landlords! SF Gate

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"He's the best. He's No. 1," said Henson, who wore a gold headpiece and a long fur coat. "My tenants upstairs are being very disruptive ... and he" - she pointed at Bornstein - "can fix anything.

 

"There is a stigma around being a landlord," she said. "Sometimes it can be really, really difficult because people are automatically assuming that I'm a baddie."


"It's a very real thing what's happening here. I see all these buses coming into the city," he said, referring to tech companies' buses. "And I want to know where I stand. Am I next in line?"


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Bornstein Law & Bay Property Group's curator insight, November 10, 2014 6:59 PM

It has been exactly one year since this article was published in SF Gate and since then business has grown significantly! Our thanks to SF Gate and Nellie Bowles. 

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Real estate and foreclosures market update in the Santa Clarita real estate areas

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59 new Santa Clarita listings
12 properties did not sell in the Santa Clarita Valley cities during the contractual time frames
We are back - 351 distressed real estate listings are being tracked in the Santa Clarita Valley
We have it broken down by bank owned, auction, pre foreclosure and sold to third properties
You can see the listings that are involved in this process by typing in the words Foreclosure Update into the MacBoX at the top of this screen

- See more at: http://paris911.com/default.asp.pg-2014330ForeclosureUpdateRadioShow 


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Connor with HONOR's curator insight, November 26, 2014 12:51 PM

Santa Clarita foreclosure radio show SCV Cities. #santaclaritaforeclosure #santaclaritahousing #paris911

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How to Integrate Email and Social Media to Increase Engagement - Jeffbullas's Blog

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Many of us see social media as the shiny new toy and forget to build an email list. from day 1. One smart strategy is to integrate email and social media.
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Not One to Be Left Out, IBM Unveils Its Own Rethinking of Email - Wired

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Next week IBM will launch a new email service based around a simple idea: you should organize your email the same way you organize instant messages.
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Email Marketing Pointers for Cyber Monday 2014 - Practical Ecommerce

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Cyber Monday is the traditional kickoff for the ecommerce holiday-selling season. In this article, I’ll review five pointers for your holiday ecommerce email-marketing program.
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Email Marketing Tips For Small Businesses - Business 2 Community

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So, you are at the point where your client base has grown and you want to start building a community around your brand. Your business is growing, which is great, but now you need to start thinking a…
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San Francisco Develops Sustainable Housing in Hunters View

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Welcome to Hunters View. The homes on this hilltop in the Bayview-Hunters Point neighborhood of San Francisco offer views of downtown skyscrapers and the waterfront, and they’re close to the city’s newest transit line, down 3rd Street. They would be snapped up in a minute in today’s red-hot housing market were it not for one thing: they’re not for sale. These 107 new homes are designated as affordable housing, the first result of a public-private partnership that is throwing out the old affordable housing rulebook and creating a new one for the 21st century.

San Francisco’s HOPE SF was established nearly a decade ago to bring together the public and private sectors to rethink and replace the city’s run-down public housing. Isolating low-income residents had led to pockets of poverty, but the new rules integrate affordable and market-rate dwellings in mixed-income developments. Low-, moderate- and higher-income residents will coexist in neighborhoods that will include retail shops, access to transit, job training, parks, and playgrounds.

How is this possible in a city where the cost of living is second only to New York? To develop the $80 million first phase of Hunters View, city and state support, together with $41 million in tax-exempt bonds financed byCiti Community Capital, provided the funding. Market-rate housing in later phases will also offset some of the costs, and eventual plans call for replacing about 2,500 public housing units around San Francisco with 6,000 homes in similar developments.

Hunters View shows that desirable housing for working families can be built even in cities where rents and housing prices are sky-high. Learn more about how Citi is supporting Progress Makers in San Francisco and around the world at www.citi.com/progress.


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Bornstein Law & Bay Property Group's curator insight, December 3, 2014 6:09 PM

Inspiring project to turn Hunter's Point around from the worst neighborhood in 2007 to an affordable housing model in the SF and the US! 

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Create a Better App in One Month: 30 Tested Tips - Business 2 Community

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Take a look at your calendar. Chances are, your month is already packed with meetings, projects, and report-pulling that needs to happen. It seems there’s already relatively little time to make…
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SF buyers starting to think twice on high asking prices!

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Listen up, beleaguered buyers. According to Paragon Real Estate, rationality may be returning to the San Francisco property market. “The San Francisco market definitely cooled after the overheated feeding frenzy of the first half of the year,” according to the real-estate firm’s November report. “The competition between buyers for new listings declined to more rational levels: Homes that might have received 5 to 10 offers earlier in the year received 1 or 2 or 3.”

While getting three offers is still something sellers in most other marketplaces can only dream of, in San Francisco it could be a sign that pricing has finally reached its peak. “The number of expired and withdrawn listings jumped 18% August through October when compared to last year, to over 460 listings, as buyers decided many sellers were pushing the envelope on prices too far,” according to the report.

The home in the gallery above is a perfect example. 316 Warren Drive in Forest Knolls came to market August 21 at $1.695 million for 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms in 2,943 square feet. By September 10, the price had dropped to $1.575 million and two weeks later the fully detached three-story 1990 home dropped again to $1.428 million. It sold November 7 for $1.35 million.

Perhaps for this reason, the trend of underpricing homes in order to create market demand continued in the fall, and seems to be working. In October 2014, 57% of home sales and 31% of condo sales were more than 10% over their asking prices. However, in line with the cooling trend, 11% of homes and 20% of condos sold for within 1% of list price and 12% of homes and condos sold in October 2014 went for under the final list price, including price reductions. In fact, properties that saw a price reduction sat on the market for 81 days before an offer was accepted, versus only 29 days for properties with no price reductions.

In response, an increasing number of sellers have been removing their homes from market, rather than accepting a less-than-top-notch offer. In October 2014, 16% of home and condo listings expired without a sale; that number climbs to 21% when you include TICs and 2-4 unit buildings.

Does all of this data mean that a pricing plateau or even (gasp!) a buyer’s market could be on the horizon? Not so fast, says Paragon. “Most of the city’s listings have continued to sell quickly for well over the asking price and luxury home sales hit their highest number ever,” according to the report. “The autumn market has been very strong by any reasonable measure, just not one of utterly crazed competition.”

Emily Landes is a writer and editor who is obsessed with all things real estate. She also has a DIY problem that she blogs about at pritical.com.


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Bornstein Law & Bay Property Group's curator insight, December 1, 2014 12:30 PM

“The number of expired and withdrawn listings jumped 18% August through October when compared to last year, to over 460 listings, as buyers decided many sellers were pushing the envelope on prices too far,” according to the report.

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Chicago's Ultimate Neighborhood Gift Guide: Presents From Pratt to Pullman - DNAinfo

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We love shopping in the city's many mom-and-pop shops, and made this handy guide for you.
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STUDY: Combine Email Marketing with Facebook Ads - AllFacebook

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A study in which a leading U.S. retailer targeted 565,000 email subscribers with both its regular emails and coordinated Facebook News Feed ads found that subscribers who received both were 22 percent more likely to make purchases than those who...

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Matt Rogers's curator insight, November 24, 2014 9:08 PM

The article discusses combining email and Facebook marketing.  While the concept is interesting and the study shows it can improve click through rates up to 22%, I believe that this type or marketing would be much more costly (both time and monetarily) and difficult to achieve for the smaller boost it provides.  I also think that this type of marketing is only effective to specific psychographic segments.

InfoProfitz's curator insight, November 29, 2014 11:58 AM

Interesting study

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Why Chief Human Resources Officers Make Great CEOs

New research recognizes leadership potential that’s waiting to be tapped.

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Kip Michael Kelly's curator insight, November 24, 2014 9:57 AM

"In spite of the historic bias against the CHRO function, the rising status of HR leaders is not entirely surprising. Over the past 20 years Jim Collins and other management theorists have focused on talent strategy as the prime determinant of corporate success—an idea Collins popularized in phrases such as 'Get the right people on the bus' and 'First who, then what.' In her work recruiting CHROs, Filler has seen a growing recognition that those aphorisms hold true. 'If you don’t have the right people in the right places—the right talent strategy, the right team dynamics, the right culture—and if you don’t proactively manage how an organization works from a culture and a people perspective, you’re on a serious path to disaster,' she says. Conversely, a top-notch CHRO can help a company plot a more successful future."


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Which SF Neighborhood Home Values Appreciated The Most?

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"A suspicion-confirming report from Paragon Real Estate Group points to three neighborhoods that have seen the greatest bump in home values since the financial crisis: Bayview, the Inner Mission, and Bernal Heights (in that order). But even if you didn't buy in one of those neighborhoods, you still have seen crazy appreciation in your home in the last three years, probably upwards of 40 percent.

The findings, written about here in the Chronicle, are based on a review of median sales price and average dollar-per-square-foot data for San Francisco homes in neighborhoods where there was enough sales data to compare.

The report doesn't include all of the 80-plus neighborhoods listed on the San Francisco Association of Realtors’ map, but it's nonetheless thorough. Here's the chart in question, which shows appreciation since the 2010-11 market bottom through today, with appreciation since the pre-crash peak of 2006-8 in a sidebar in red.

From the text of the report:

Over the past 3 years, in our latest market recovery, San Francisco neighborhoods have typically appreciated 40 - 50%, with an overall increase of approximately 44%. This correlates well with the Case-Shiller Index for the Metro Area, which estimates appreciation in the range of 42% - 46% for Bay Area mid and high-priced homes. As one can see in the percentages in red, most of the city’s neighborhoods have now exceeded, often by substantial margins, their previous peak values before the bubble popped. However, some of the neighborhoods hit hardest by the subprime crisis are still below their previous peaks.

Now for analysis of the top three appreciators, starting with Bayview, which is up 75% from 2010-11 but still down 12 percent from its 2006 market peak: "During the downturn, its housing market became dominated by distressed sales and it fell so far that now, with the disappearance of the subprime effect, its recovery has been equally dramatic. But because its bubble was so large, it is still below its 2006 peak value."

Second in line is the Mission, where the report is hip to demographic changes in this neighborhood. It appreciated 63% from 2010-11 and 46% from its 2007 pre-crash peak, and changes can be chalked up to a huge "change in buyer demographics over recent years: Though it had been slowly gentrifying since the nineties, more recently [the Mission] became a highly sought-after home location for young, hip, affluent, high-tech buyers. They love the Valencia Street corridor, being close to Dolores Park, the sunny weather and the [disappearing] edginess."

You can also wave goodbye to your dream home in Bernal, says the report. The neighborhood is up 57% since market bottom and 24% from a previous 2007 market peak: "Bernal Heights has become one of the most popular, more affordable, go-to neighborhoods for house buyers who like the neighborhood ambiance of the general Noe Valley area, but were priced out there by its rocketing prices."

Last, Here's the appreciation in good old fashioned $$$:

 


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Bornstein Law & Bay Property Group's curator insight, November 26, 2014 4:41 PM

Real Estate: Over last 3 years, in our latest market recovery, San Francisco neighborhoods have typically appreciated 40 - 50%, with an overall increase of approximately 44%!

Emmanuel 'Manny' Gigante's curator insight, December 3, 2014 1:06 PM

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Rankings & Reviews of Best SEO Companies - Find The Best SEO Services, Best SEO Firms and Best SEO Agencies.

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12 Tips to Help You Conquer Your Direct Marketing Campaign Challenges - MarketingProfs.com (subscription)

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Email Marketing - The core driver of campaign success is the customer data that fuels it. So here's a 12-item checklist of questions; answering them will likely save you time, effort, and money ...
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Great Holiday Email Marketing Ideas And Tips - Business 2 Community

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Question: Are you ready for the holidays yet? Answer: If you’re not, you should be, because your competition probably is. Being prepared with a holiday email marketing program should be at the top…
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