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Where Apartment Rents Are Falling Fastest In The U.S.

Source: Statista The Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in a shift in U.S. rental patterns as some residents in expensive areas pack up and move to either the suburbs or smaller cities. The increasingly widespread adoption of remote working has made that possible in many cases and it has resulted in rent prices falling in some of the America’s most notorious rental hotspots such as the Bay Area and Manhattan. ApartmentGuide’s latest Rent Report found that San Francisco experienced the largest ...
Tags: Virginia, America, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Infographic, Radio, Arizona, Apartments, Manhattan, Rent, Las Vegas, Kansas City, Seattle, Rents, Apartment, Bay Area


Realtor.com COVID-19 Housing Market Update

In this weeks COVID-19 housing market update, from the REALTOR.com YouTube channel, Chief Economist Danielle Hale discusses gas shortages and eye-popping inflation data, particularly for used cars. She gives highlights from the latest job openings and labor turnover report, celebrates another drop in jobless claims data, and notes that small business optimism and challenges are consistent with these other data reports. In housing, we saw a drop in mortgage rates despite inflation and Dan...
Tags: Real Estate, Youtube, Update, Radio, Danielle, Fannie Mae, General Interest, Realtor.com, Danielle Hale, COVID


Matt Damon’s $21M Pacific Palisades Home Says ‘Big Time’

In the following video, from the REALTOR.COM YouTube channel, we see Actor Matt Damon’s Zen-inspired residence, which sprawls over 13,508 square feet on 0.58 acres. It’s one of the largest available in its neighborhood. And it’s for sale. The Academy Award-winning A-lister Matt Damon has listed his posh Pacific Palisades residence for a hefty $21 million. That is certainly a pretty penny, but the property, at 13,508 square feet on 0.58 acres, is one of the largest available in the prestigious...
Tags: Real Estate, Celebrity, Matt Damon, Radio, Pacific Ocean, Lax, Miele, Damon, Ripley, Upper Riviera, Pacific Palisades, General Interest, Home For Sale, Viking Wolf, Palisades Village, Santa Monica Beverly Hills


4 Things You Need To Know Before Using Google Analytics (Part 4)

Google Analytics is a web analytics service offered by Google that tracks and reports website traffic, currently as a platform inside the Google Marketing Platform brand. And it is fully embedded in every AgencyLogic single property Website. In the following infographic, one in a series of four, from digitalinformationworld.com, we learn what data is tracked. Here is part one, part two, and part three!
Tags: Google, Infographic, Analytics, Google Analytics, Radio, General Interest, AgencyLogic, Single Property Website, Google Marketing Platform


4 Things You Need To Know Before Using Google Analytics (Part 3)

Google Analytics is a web analytics service offered by Google that tracks and reports website traffic, currently as a platform inside the Google Marketing Platform brand. And it is fully embedded in every AgencyLogic single property Website. In the following infographic, one in a series of four, from digitalinformationworld.com, we learn what data is tracked. Here is part one, and part two, check back for part four!
Tags: Google, Infographic, Analytics, Google Analytics, Radio, General Interest, AgencyLogic, Single Property Website, Google Marketing Platform


4 Things You Need To Know Before Using Google Analytics (Part 2)

Google Analytics is a web analytics service offered by Google that tracks and reports website traffic, currently as a platform inside the Google Marketing Platform brand. And it is fully embedded in every AgencyLogic single property Website. In the following infographic, one in a series of four, from digitalinformationworld.com, we learn what data is tracked. Here is part one, check back for part three!
Tags: Google, Infographic, Analytics, Google Analytics, Radio, General Interest, AgencyLogic, Single Property Website, Google Marketing Platform


These 4 Little Flaws in Your Home Are a Big Deal to Buyers

Are you getting your house ready to sell? You may have gotten used to a lot of its little “quirks,” but buyers are more likely to see them as red flags. In the following video, from the REALTOR.com YouTube channel, we find out what you need to fix right now.
Tags: Real Estate, Youtube, Radio, Home Sale, General Interest, Realtor.com, Staging


4 Things You Need To Know Before Using Google Analytics (Part 1)

Google Analytics is a web analytics service offered by Google that tracks and reports website traffic, currently as a platform inside the Google Marketing Platform brand. And it is fully embedded in every AgencyLogic single property Website.In the following infographic, one in a series of four, from digitalinformationworld.com, we learn what data is tracked. Check back tomorrow for part two!
Tags: Google, Marketing, Google Analytics, Radio, General Interest, Single Property Website, Google Marketing Platform


March 2021 Existing and Pending Home Sales

In the following video, from the National Association of REALTORS YouTube channel, we hear from NAR Chief Economist, Lawrence Yun, about March home sales, which were running above pre-pandemic levels, up 12% from March of 2020. However, momentum appears to be slowing. Inventory levels are insufficient and holding back home sales.
Tags: News, Radio, March, NAR, National Association of Realtors, Lawrence Yun, General Interest, National Association of REALTORS YouTube


NAR Window to the Law: TPCA Update on Cell Phone Marketing

In the following video, from the National Association of REALTORS YouTube channel, we learn that real estate professionals may now more freely use their cell phones for marketing purposes without fear of violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. This is based on a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision that offers clarity on TCPA limitations.
Tags: Real Estate, Radio, U S Supreme Court, NAR, TCPA, National Association of Realtors, General Interest, National Association of REALTORS YouTube


The Cities Building The Most Skyscrapers

Source: StatistaIn 2020, 106 buildings 200 meters and higher were completed worldwide according to the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. That marks a 20 percent decline on the number of extremely tall skyscrapers built in 2019, largely thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic which brought numerous projects to a stuttering halt. Despite the disruption caused by the pandemic, China completed 56 buildings 200 meters tall or higher and it has been at the top of the rankings for the last 25 yea...
Tags: Real Estate, China, New York City, Infographic, Radio, United Arab Emirates, Dubai, Skyscrapers, Shenzhen, Shenyang, Statista, General Interest, Central Park Tower, Council on Tall Buildings


Realtor.com COVID-19 Housing Market Update

In the following video, from the REALTOR.COM YouTube channel, Senior Economist George Ratiu talks about new signs of growth in the economy and real estate markets. He talks about the first quarter GDP advance and the rebound in durable goods orders. He also discusses the welcome decline in jobless claims, and the accompanying jump in consumer confidence. George talks about the Federal Reserve’s continued monetary support and the impact on mortgage rates. He also presents the latest market tr...
Tags: Update, Radio, Federal Reserve, Wall Street Journal, George, General Interest, Realtor.com, Pandemic, George Ratiu, COVID


How To Print From Your iPhone

Sometimes it’s the small things that make you go ‘wow!’In the following 47 second video (!), from Tech Insider, we learn how to print on a wireless printer from your iPhone.
Tags: Iphone, Radio, Printing, General Interest, Tech Insider


3 Ways to Maximize the Value of Your Real Estate Agent

The National Association of REALTORS has shared the following infographic to help agents with consumers who want to better understand how to work with a real estate agent. It outlines choices in commission models, and explains valuable roles agents play in helping buyers manage transactions. For more infographics like this, visit nar.realtor.    
Tags: Real Estate, Infographic, Radio, NAR, National Association of Realtors, General Interest


Rent or Own? Location is Everything

Source: Location is famously everything when it comes to real estate, but as data from the Statista Global Consumer Survey shows, it’s not just the price which is affected by where property is located. As this infographic shows, there are stark differences between countries when it comes to the share of people that rent or own their homes. Switzerland and Germany are firmly rental societies, where around two-thirds didn’t own their homes in 2020/2021. It’s a very different story in China and...
Tags: Real Estate, China, Germany, Russia, Infographic, Own, Radio, Switzerland, Rent, Statista, General Interest, Statista Global Consumer Survey


CNET Reviews Apple’s Colorful New 2021 iMac

The new 24-inch iMac gets an M1 chip, a new webcam, and a slimmed-down body.
Tags: Apple, Review, Radio, Laptop, iMac, Cnet, General Interest, CNET Reviews Apple


The Most Popular Desktop Brands in the U.S.

Source: Apple introduced a new line of iMacs at its spring event on Tuesday, bringing a fresh coat of paint to its iconic, long-neglected all-in-one desktop computer. The new models come equipped with Apple’s widely lauded M1 chip and abandon their predecessors’ minimalist aluminum look for a range of color reminiscent of the original iMacs that helped turn the company around after their release in 1998. Being the first major redesign of the iMac since 2012, the latest overhaul demonstra...
Tags: Apple, Brands, Infographic, Computer, Radio, United States, Dell, Idc, Statista, General Interest


All About Audio Marketing- Infographic Part 5

Audio marketing is becoming more popular with more people listening to podcasts. Radio is still attracting lots of listeners too. This infographic from Transcription Outsourcing sheds more light on audio marketing. This is the final part in the series. Here is part 1, part 2, part 3, and part 4:
Tags: Audio, Marketing, Infographic, Radio, General Interest, Transcription Outsourcing


All About Audio Marketing- Infographic Part 4

Audio marketing is becoming more popular with more people listening to podcasts. Radio is still attracting lots of listeners too. This infographic from Transcription Outsourcing sheds more light on audio marketing. Here is part 1, part 2, and part 3. Check back tomorrow for part 5, the final in the series:
Tags: Audio, Marketing, Infographic, Radio, General Interest, Transcription Outsourcing


All About Audio Marketing- Infographic Part 3

Audio marketing is becoming more popular with more people listening to podcasts. Radio is still attracting lots of listeners too. This infographic from Transcription Outsourcing sheds more light on audio marketing. Here is part 1, and part 2. Check back tomorrow for part 4:
Tags: Audio, Marketing, Infographic, Radio, General Interest, Transcription Outsourcing


All About Audio Marketing- Infographic Part 2

Audio marketing is becoming more popular with more people listening to podcasts. Radio is still attracting lots of listeners too. This infographic from Transcription Outsourcing sheds more light on audio marketing. Here is part 1, check back tomorrow for part 3:
Tags: Audio, Marketing, Infographic, Radio, General Interest, Transcription Outsourcing


All About Audio Marketing- Infographic Part 1

Audio marketing is becoming more popular with more people listening to podcasts. Radio is still attracting lots of listeners too. This infographic from Transcription Outsourcing, part one in a five part series, sheds more light on audio marketing. Check back tomorrow for part 2:
Tags: Radio, General Interest, Transcription Outsourcing


The Biggest And Most Expensive House In The World – ‘The One’: Exclusive House Tour (Part 2)

The biggest and most expensive house in the world is a 105,000 square foot modern masterpiece in Bel Air created by developer and visionary Nile Niami. The property features a nightclub, fifty car garage, AMC style theatre, bowling alley, five swimming pools and sits on a plot of land at the top of Bel Air the size of a city block. Brought to you by Producer Michel, join us as we continue the tour of the world’s biggest and most expensive house. And here is part 1!
Tags: Real Estate, Radio, Most Expensive, Bel Air, Michel, General Interest, Nile Niami, The One


The Biggest And Most Expensive House In The World – ‘The One’: Exclusive House Tour (Part 1)

The biggest and most expensive house in the world is a 105,000 square foot modern masterpiece in Bel Air created by developer and visionary Nile Niami. The property features a nightclub, fifty car garage, AMC style theatre, bowling alley, five swimming pools and sits on a plot of land at the top of Bel Air the size of a city block. Brought to you by Producer Michel, join us as we tour the world’s biggest and most expensive house in this exclusive video. And check back tomorrow for part 2!
Tags: Real Estate, Radio, Most Expensive, Bel Air, Michel, General Interest, Nile Niami, The One


Pandemic Reignites Tablet Market Growth

Source: Statista After weeks of speculation, Apple finally announced its first product event for 2021. The virtual event, taglined “Spring Loaded” will be held on April 20 and is widely expected to feature new iPad Pro models and other rumored product announcements. While the iPad Pro was given a minor speed bump last spring, the substantially cheaper iPad Air released in October 2020 comes awfully close to matching its Pro sibling, making a significant upgrade to the Pro line likely and nece...
Tags: Apple, Infographic, Radio, Tablets, Idc, Statista, General Interest, Anuroopa Nataraj


The Top 6 Social Media Trends of 2021 (Infographic)

Source: SocialMediaTodayIs your social media marketing approach in line with the latest usage and behavioral trends? The use of digital platforms changed significantly over the course of 2020, with the lockdowns and COVID mitigation efforts forcing people to find alternate ways to socialize, to shop, and to work, all of which have flow-on effects. That’s sparked new trends, like audio social, and new approaches in how businesses connect with their target markets. If you’re not aware of the...
Tags: Trends, Social Media, Infographic, Radio, Trend, General Interest, 2021


NAR Window to the Law: Creating a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Policy

Implementing a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) program not only makes good business sense, it can also further compliance with existing laws and promote a culture that welcomes everyone. In the following video, from the National Association of REALTORS YouTube channel, we learn tips and ideas to craft a DEI policy that reflects your organization’s commitment to these ideals.
Tags: Real Estate, Law, Diversity, Radio, Equity, Inclusion, NAR, National Association of Realtors, General Interest, National Association of REALTORS YouTube, Diversity Equity


How Old Are The Tech Companies?

Source: StatistaMarch 21st marks 15 years of Twitter’s existence. The company traces its origins back to March 21, 2006 when Jack Dorsey published his first message on the platform at 9:50 p.m. Pacific Standard Time, which read: “just setting up my twttr”. Despite the anniversary, Twitter is still generally regarded as one of the new tech kids on the block and many other technology companies have been operating for a whole lot longer. Take IBM for example. It has been around since 1911, an im...
Tags: Apple, Technology, Microsoft, Age, Infographic, Tech, Intel, Radio, Ibm, Jack Dorsey, Oldest, Statista, General Interest, Pacific Standard Time, StatistaMarch


Inside The Richest Zip Code In The US

Just three miles from Miami sits an exclusive, members-only island that’s home to millionaires and celebrities. Here, residents drive around in golf carts, lounge on beaches with sand imported from the Bahamas, and easily get COVID-19 antibody tests. Business Insider tours the richest zip code in America, where condos can cost up to $40 million.
Tags: Real Estate, US, America, Radio, Miami, Bahamas, Business Insider, General Interest


These Are The Reasons Businesses Should Get Serious About Google Maps Marketing

Google Maps is the world’s number one navigation app on all platforms, used by many to find places all around them. As a local business, you can’t afford not to rank high on it. This infographic from TheWebsiteFixer.com explains the reasons businesses should get serious about Google Maps marketing:
Tags: Google, Technology, Marketing, Infographic, Radio, Google Maps, General Interest