Author Archives: Darcia Armstrong

About Darcia Armstrong

Darcia Armstrong is a marketing communications and digital marketing professional with an entrepreneurial spirit and a head for real estate. Darcia brings more than a decade’s worth of progressive experience managing marketing initiatives to Morris Real Estate Marketing Group as Sr. Marketing Manager.

Selling Renter Occupied Property: How to Reduce Stress, Declutter and Maximize ROI

There’s no doubt that selling renter occupied property can be a nightmare – for the sellers AND the renters, not to mention the real estate agent. After all, consider the renter’s perspective. First, finding another place to live can be

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Real Estate Marketing Myths that New Agents Will Fall For

To wrap up our Marketing Monday series, 5 Real Estate Marketing Myths that Cost New Agents Money, we’re finishing with one of the most common misconceptions of new agents: Real Estate Marketing Myth #5: I will reinvent the wheel! Throughout

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Real Estate Marketing Myths that Rookie Realtors Need to Know

Today in our Marketing Myths series, we’re covering: Real Estate Marketing Myth #4: Geographic Farming is Dead Every day there seems to be a new and exciting way to attract the attention of potential prospects. And with every new social

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Real Estate Marketing Myths that Stall New Real Estate Agents

Every Marketing Monday this month, the Morris Real Estate Group Marketing blog is diving into real estate marketing myths that cost new Realtors time, money and headaches. So far, we’ve covered Real Estate Marketing Myth #1: If you build a

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Real Estate Marketing Myths That Cost Rookie Realtors Money

Each Marketing Monday this month, we are dissecting real estate marketing myths that cost new agents money. Last week, we focused on Real Estate Marketing Myth #1: If you build a website, they will come. Today we turn our attention

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