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April 2018

Found 3 blog entries for April 2018.

Real estate has gained a lot from the digital evolution — not the least of which is the move from print to online advertising.

Before the internet, The Wall Street Journal offered a residential page that cost a fortune for a small photo and a bit of copy. There was a time when we were spending more than $200,000 per year in newspaper advertising alone, and we weren't even spending as much as some other firms.

Today, that $200,000 covers our entire advertising budget for digital media, television, and radio.

Online advertising allows agents to create ads that are more appealing and more interactive, the impact of which can be tracked in real time. Where we once had small pictures and a few words, we now have virtual tours of beautiful homes

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Michael Cordy perfectly combines skill developed over years of experience and a deep passion to serve others. This is why we are so excited to have him as a trusted real estate advisor on our Windermere Real Estate team.

 Here are a few things you should know about Michael:

 Michael’s natural ability to manage moving pieces and take initiative with ease sets him apart. Coming from a vast career in marketing and advertising, he ensures every detail is handled with care and is completed at the best quality in a timely manner. Whether buying or selling a home with Michael, his clients know they can trust him to deliver. 

“It is the little things done superbly that make the difference.” - Michael’s Motto

While Michael’s skill and background

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cavalcade of authors

Providing Tri-Cities students an authentic writing conference where students can learn from the authors of the books they are reading.

April 21st authors from all over the country will come to the Tri-Cities to spend quality time with local middle school and high school students at the Cavalcade of Authors. An event that started in 2009 by a middle school librarian, it’s purpose is to provide Tri-City’s middle and high school students access to some of the best young adult authors to promote reading and writing within our community.

Cavalcade of Authors includes a kickoff event at Barnes and Noble and ends with a workshop style conference for students. By providing an authentic writing conference experience where students interact and learn from

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