The Australian property market has continued its blistering finish to 2020 with continued growth, record sales (and prices!) into February 2021. Indeed, clearance levels are beating all reasonable forecasts, and it is clear to those in the industry that the market remains red-hot to date.
Now more than ever, it is essential that businesses that want to survive and thrive ensure that they have a consistent flow of new clients. This is especially true in real estate. Homebuyers overwhelmingly turn to the interne
Before we specialised in digital marketing, the team at PestBuildLegals had a long history within the Real Estate, Building and Insurance industries (you can read more about our backgrounds here! ). Over the years, we have worked with businesses of all siz
Many businesses are feeling the effects of uncertainty created and fuelled by the ongoing pandemic. In one way or another, all sectors have been affected and this is no less true in the housing market (and greater real estate sector). Predictions are changing as quickly as lock down restrictions, and so to say the least it's more difficult
You do not want to leave anything to chance with your business, and this doubly true when considering the cost of acquiring new business. If you put an ad in the newspaper, you would want to know how many calls it generated, how many calls became real customers and how much each customer was worth (in terms of revenue for the business).
Anyone who runs their own business will know that it often feels like this is a never-ending list of things to do! On top of providing a great service, there is the valuable time required to ensure that your marketing is actually working i.e. that you are getting a consistent flow of high-quality enquiries th
There is no such thing as a “bad time" to drum up new business, yet with so much going on locally and nationally, you would be forgiven for wanting to simply batten down the hatches and weather the storm! However, time and time again history shows us that businesses that continue to grow and diversify during ti