Featured Insights – A Perfect Springboard

In a recent issue of the Agent Insight newsletter, we discussed several components of our blog, Insight Insider. In this issue, we are presenting another valuable section:  Featured Insights. Over 500 submissions have already been selected for their excellent composition and content with more added twice monthly.

The Featured Insights section salutes the best of the best Agent Insight posts. The photos selected are amazing and every one of them was taken by agents, most using their cell phone cameras. Take a look to see an extremely wide variety of subjects and ideas that will inspire you for your own pictures. The four diverse photos below are all beautiful and well composed. The name of the submitting agent is shown beneath the photo.

Sandy Beaches. By Marshall Dines. RE/MAX Lighthouse, Petoskey, MI.
Silhouettes. By Kelly Hayne, RE/MAX Results, Owasso, OK
Dusk Falls on Little Rock. By Tabatha Chaney, RE/MAX Elite, Little Rock, AR
Autumn in Indian Hill. By Shaun Dodd, RE/MAX Select, Flint, MI

The blog also features dozens of well-written insights on a wide range of topics. Some of the most effective ones are those using first person, which is so important for presenting your personal knowledge of your market. Read an excerpt from the following post by Tricia Cartwright, RE/MAX Legacy, Kansas City, MO. Anyone reading it would know that Tricia is passionate about her town and can provide valuable first hand knowledge about its available amenities.

Kansas City Chiefs Headed to Super Bowl LIV

Welcome to Miami! It’s been 50 years since the Chiefs made an appearance in a Super Bowl, and the loyal fans of Kansas City are elated for the opportunity at a Chiefs’s first Super Bowl victory. This team has proven…Read more…

Take a few minutes to review all the benefits at your fingertips in Insight Insider. For current users, you will find lots of inspiration from the work displayed throughout the blog. For first timers, you will see how effective Agent Insight can be for you. Bonus:  it’s fun to do, too!