William Raveis Real Estate provides an entrepreneurial environment conducive to personal growth. Today, William Raveis Real Estate has over 250 teams out of 3,600 agents. Michelle Genovesi, Exceptional Properties Specialist who has been with the company for over 30 years, speaks to how she worked with Bill Raveis to establish the idea of “agent teams” at William Raveis Real Estate.
At William Raveis, we’re lucky to have agents who are extremely savvy with their online branding and marketing. Many of our agents have their own blogs, which they use as a way to publish content to connect with past clients and future prospects. Our agents are spread out across the Northeast, meaning that each blog is completely unique to their local market area. Keep reading to see what our agents are blogging about this month!
December 18, 2014
Eric Rollo is an agent in our William Raveis Back Bay office. Learn more about him in today’s Raveis Faces, a weekly blog post where we profile a new Raveis employee each week!
October 4, 2013
Many people question whether the winter months are a good time to sell a home. Contrary to popular belief, there are several distinct advantages to putting your home up or leaving it on the market during wintertime. Veronica Iseppi, and agent in our Trumbull, Connecticut office, gives some excellent advice on why sellers have a leg up in the winter. This post originally appeared on Veronica’s blog, which you can find here.
December 6, 2011
Recently I read a Tweet and blog post from an Agent who believes that “Public Open Houses Are A Waste of Time For Sellers.” I read his arguments and disagree. Here’s why…
September 13, 2011
This post was first featured on Raveis agent, Debbie Huscher’s blog, http://connecticutpulse.com/. Read below for her tips on how to address basement flooding!
April showers bring May flowers….and flooded basements. A harsh winter and a rainy spring thus far for most of the northeast, have left many in the area knee-deep with flooding basements. What a tricky issue, mostly because it can be costly with a capital C to eradicate wet basement problems. The basics can be summed up in two words: ground water.
April 19, 2011