Landlords, Real Estate Investors New Blog For Properties Available

by Property Management on October 16, 2011

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Landlords, Real Estate Investors - New Blog

Landlords and real estate investors, Ryan Wilson’s track record of sold properties proves that there’s more to real estate than just crunching numbers and shaking hands. The independent Keller Williams agent has launched his new blog to share his expertise with homebuyers, sellers, and owners who want to make the best real estate decisions possible.

“Ryan provides his clients with exceptional service!” exclaims one homebuyer. Wilson launched as an extension of this service and his professionalism. He hired the niche social media firm HubConnected LLC to design and manage his blog and create a friendly website where users can interact, see market news, and read testimonials. Readers are also able to search Multiple Listing Service (MLS) data right from the site and filter their searches as desired. The subscribing feature ensures email updates of the periodic blog postings, and the quick links to join in on Facebook, LinkedIn, and an RSS feed keep readers engaged even more. Ryan also includes a Real Estate news feed from

Locally born, raised, and schooled, Wilson has been taking the Massachusetts Real Estate market by storm since graduating from Wheaton College. He was in ZipRealty President’s Club four years running and ranked third out of their 3000 agents nationally by the time he moved on to Keller Williams. Ryan specializes in investment property and land, as well as single family, multi-family, and condo/townhouse homes in and around Greater Boston.

From simple tips on how to save money to lifting spirits in a down economy, gives practical insight to the local market and about the Realtor himself. “Ryan was incredibly dedicated to our success- both in finding a house and then in selling ours,” affirms another client in his lengthy list of testimonials. “That is what I am most proud of,” explains Wilson, “Happy and satisfied clients.”  This is important for landlords and real estate investors.

Source: Ryan Wilson, October 9, 2011

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