I wanted to send you the digital edition of my newsletter Broker Notes. This newsletter has been sent to homeowners in the Northwest Tampa area since the early 1990s. It was called Broker Notes because originally it was only sent to real estate agents and brokers, who may not have any idea where a home was located. At that time all the homes had an individual map tied to each property. This is before GPS in cars and google maps existed. The Veterans Expressway was not completed yet and the Citrus Park Mall had just opened and Ehrlich Road and Dale Mabry did not have stoplights. The MLS system at that time was still done in a book form that came out every week, although a listing with barebones information could be seen online.
In the early years, it was done in black and white because color was so expensive. My bid to send the first color edition to the 20,000 families that are on my mail list was about $1.00 per household or just slightly over $20,000. I tried that a couple of times. Luckily the cost of color came down dramatically. Along with many other methods that are available now, the Internet, Facebook, and Instagram, the goal has always been the same; to highlight the homes I am marketing in the best possible way to the largest number of people to obtain the best outcome for my clients. My tagline has always been “No-one works harder to sell your home” and I am a big believer in that.
To get your free digital edition of March’s Broker Notes, please visit: https://issuu.com/ibossadvertising/docs/latemarch2019brokernotes_1_?e=19299272/69091553
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