Let the Seasons Inspire Your Insights

You have reached a wonderful time of the year with endless possibilities for seasonal posts.  It’s the holiday season and wintery weather is here.  This is a visually dazzling time, so take advantage of all the activities and decorations that showcase your community’s holiday spirit.

Wreaths on doors, decorations framing Main Street, Santas everywhere, snow frosted parks and neighborhood streets – the opportunities are all around you.  Your festive Agent Insight submissions will show how lovely your marketing area is in winter and how many fun activities are available. Take a look at these beauties from some creative RE/MAX agents:

Beautiful day in Heritage Park after the snowfall
One of the nicely decorated boats at the Christmas Holiday Parade of Boats
Yes, we had reindeer at our Storybook Christmas. Santa loves his reindeer
Birds enjoying a snowy, icy day. Mother Nature showing peace in beautiful colors

You have so much to talk about this time of year, too, so take a few minutes to write some winter-inspired insights. Remember, your best written posts are composed in first person.  Why? Because you are giving potential clients your observations and letting them get to know more about you. Put your own voice into your insights instead of just reporting the facts, and you become that subject’s expert.

Tracy Pickett, RE/MAX Legacy Realty  in Oxford, MS, is a good first person writer.  Here’s an excerpt from one of her posts about the season.

This time of year is a special time in Oxford. So many opportunities await visitors and residence. I love to get up early and take a morning stroll around the square. The store windows are all decorated and twinkling for the holidays. Lights are strung all around the area. It feels like walking in a Charles Dickens book or a Hallmark movie. It’s the perfect time to reflect on personal development and make plans for the future. It always makes my gratitude list. 

The December holidays are here for your inspiration, as well as all the winter scenes coming early next year. In the meantime, take a look through your fall photos and create posts that celebrate the beauty of autumn in your community and all the related seasonal activities. Football (professional, college, high school, and younger), parades, farmer’s markets, harvest scenes and, of course, the colors of the season.  Take a look at the pictures you’ve taken during the past few weeks and see what you have to offer. We have already received several from across the country. Please add yours to this beautiful collection. Here are some great examples.

Autumn is here in Cedar Falls
Corn maze fun at The Mecca Family Farm
Thursdays are for football at Carl Albert Middle School
Beautiful fall sunset at Lake Independence


Thank you for all your excellent submissions during 2019, and keep them coming in 2020! Best wishes for a wonderful holiday season from all the staff at Agent Insight and engageRE Tech Assist.

Photo Credits – Winter Photos: Clockwise from the top left, Kyrsten Ross, RE/MAX Signature Properties, Junction City, KS; Rudy Aversano, RE/MAX Eastern Properties, Ronkonkoma, NY;  Felicia Harris, RE/MAX Heritage, Blue Springs, MO; Gail Napolitano, RE/MAX American Dream, Denville, NJ.

Photo Credits – Autumn Photos: Clockwise from the top left, Rick Bauer, RE/MAX Home Group, Waterloo, IA; Paula Bellamy, RE/MAX Lake of the Ozarks, Osage Beach, MO; Amy Voelker, RE/MAX Cobblestone, Midwest City, OK; Gina Feltner Bouws, RE/MAX 1st REALTY, Marquette, MO.