Realty Executives in Nutley : Better Faster Stronger.

If you have not noticed lately most of the mom and pop Real Estate offices in Nutley have been closing, over the last 10 years Nutley has lost some of the agencies that have been in the town since the 1950’s and maybe even longer. Why is this? I’ll tell you why because the Real Estate business has changed in Nutley and so have the consumers,  with the Internet and Mobile Phones consumers now have the ability to consume information at record speeds and most of the brokerages in Nutley are playing catch up or just masking their technology  short falls when it comes to the faster paced online market and demands of the consumer.

Even some of the offices that claim to be “The Largest” are not really and even if they do have a large roster of agents or a bigger building only 5% of them actually are active in the town of Nutley.

I would rather have an office of ten agents where 9 of them are actually working, producing and using the latest technology to service clients rather than having 30 agents and  only 2 are actually working, the new modern Real Estate practice is here that is why at Realty Executives Elite homes in Nutley we are a Tech Savvy Brokerage, every agent has the latest tools and means of communication for the Tech Savvy home buyers and homes sellers, our Marketing reach is stronger, better, faster and streamlined and we have the best web presence in Nutley NJ and our agents benefit from that as well we are unique as we are a warm boutique type agency with a International reach.

All of our agents at Realty Executives Elite Homes are trained to use the latest technology and use it to market clients homes so they get the desired result faster, Happy Clients mean better business and better business means Happy Agents our agents also benefit from our Online Marketing in the form of leads, YES! we actually give our agents leads without referral fees! if your an agent and you are interested in our unique business model give us a call today.

Former Dot Com Executive is now a “Realty Executive” in Nutley

Real Estate in Nutley was the furthest thing from Matthew DeFede’s mind during the hey days of the Dot Com Bubble.

The year was 1996 and the Dot Com’s where flying high a new website company sprang up on a daily basis, Matthew had worked his way up to Sr. Art Director for About.com (then forming his own design firm defede media) in New York City and he was not thinking about Real Estate at all, until a friend one day suggested he take the money he was making and invest in Real Estate and that is exactly what he did and has not looked back since.

Matthew said “I started with buying one single building then I bought another and another and another, I was working with several Real Estate agents and I thought too myself you know what I think I would enjoy doing this” Matthew had become a Real Estate Investor.

Matthew caught the Real Estate bug and noticed himself more and more loving looking at homes, viewing homes and more, he started using his online marketing skills to promote other Real Estate firms while consulting with other companies such as MERCK, Hoffman La Roche, NBC, JP Morgan and more all the while thinking about Real Estate more and more as a career.

He became a licensed agent in 2006 while starting his own design firm defede media and slowly morphed into a full-time Realtor and Broker Owner or REALTY EXECUTIVE’S Elite Homes, he has a unique Real Estate business model drawing from his years of experience in the design field and working with many Advertising Agencies he calls it a “Agent Centric Model” Matthew says he runs his office like he is the Chief Marketing Officer his agents are his Account Executives and their clients are considered accounts.

 

“I want my agents to thrive, I use my background and experience to promote the Executives (Agents) in my office so they are happy make a good living and all they have to do is sell, I handle all the office marketing, social and online campaigns as well and deploy media and marketing as needed to promote the Brand and Agents”

 

As Matthew states there is no other office in New Jersey with the capabilities to market themselves and clients homes without hiring their own design agency and having a large budget, Matthew says Realty Executives Elite Homes has it done all in house.

 

For more information about REALTY EXECUTIVES Elite Homes Call: 973-846-0065 or go to

www.RealtyExecutivesEliteHomes.com

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