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Housing Prices Likely to Turn Around in 2009, Survey Finds
Charles North, PhD, Chris Pullig, PhD, Laura Indergard, MBA, Jacqueline Simpson, MBA Candidate
Housing prices are likely to stop falling by the end of 2009, say nearly three-fourths of economists in a recent survey. In addition, life-cycle issues, such as needing a home...

Lead Conversion: Adaptation, Influence, and Customer Value
Christopher P. Blocker, PhD, Laura Indergard, MBA, Jacqueline Simpson, MBA Candidate, Chris Matcek MBA/ME Candidate
A national study was conducted to explore the approaches that real estate agents use to influence their clients in face-to-face meetings. Findings revealed the following insights...

What Do Consumers Expect from Real Estate Agents
Kirk Wakefield, PhD, Chris Pullig, PhD, Laura Indergard, MBA, Suzanne Blake, MBA Candidate, Bryan Gregory, MBA Candidate, Chris Matcek, MBA/ME Candidate, Tara Gitau, BBA
How do home buyers or sellers decide on an individual agent? We conducted a focus group among recent home buyers and sellers asking just that question...

INSIDER: Effective Use of Your Marketing Budget
Laura Indergard
How did you spend your marketing dollars this year? Do you really know how effective they were? In A Three-Stage Model of Integrated Marketing Communications at the...

Lead Generation: What Really Works?
Chris Pullig, PhD, Laura Indergard, MBA, Suzanne Blake, MBA Candidate, and Jacqueline Simpson, MBA Candidate
As a way of beginning to understand what really works in the area of lead generation, a survey was created and conducted with a large group of real estate professionals...


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