San Diego Real Estate Traffic
The real secret in marketing (website marketing) is driving unique targeted traffic to your website.
Sure, you can have a great looking website with terrific graphics, color-coordinated, a motion background and decent content. But, unless your content generates a huge amount of targeted traffic, your not achieving the true potential that the Internet offers.
The best gauge for any websites authority and marketing potential is its unique monthly visitors! Keep in mind the unique visit is counted as just one visit from a URL, whether it’s a website or mobile device, in a 24 hour period.
In November 2017, www.brokerforyou.com had over 20,300 unique visitors! Keep in mind, that in large metropolitan areas where real estate is very competitive, it takes hundreds of thousands of unique visitors to a real estate website to convert one, into a legitimate real estate buyer or seller!
San Diego real estate website traffic comparison:
California Home Prices in this city up approximately 92% in the last five years!
Yesterday morning, the U.S. Senate, by a vote of 51-49, passed legislation that would change the face of homeownership in this country for decades to come. The House passed its own version of tax reform Nov. 16,2017.
A last-minute change to the Senate version would make up to $10,000 in property taxes deductible for the small number of homeowners who would still be itemizing. Previously, the Senate version had eliminated the property tax deduction entirely. The change aligns with the property tax cap set in the House bill. One difference between the two bills is that the Senate version retains the deductibility of mortgage interest payments on up to $1 million of indebtedness; the House version caps indebtedness at $500,000 (again, for the small minority still itemizing).
Now, members of the Senate and the House must meet to agree on a final bill. It’s not too late to make your voice heard.
Join us in telling your members of Congress that incentives for homeownership and the capital gains tax exclusion on the sale of a home MUST be protected. Read more