Commercial Real Estate. Marketing. Blogging. Social Media.
These are my passions and this site is where it all comes together. I am here to help commercial real estate professionals effectively market themselves, reach a wider audience, and win more assignments. You may be the best broker out there, but if no one knows that you exist, how can they hire you for their real estate needs? With so many CRE professionals in the industry, how can you stand out from the crowd? Lastly, if someone does a Google search for your specialty in your city (for example, “Industrial Broker Las Vegas”) would they easily find you or would they find your competitors?
With the influx of more and more people joining the CRE industry, it’s essential that you stand out from the crowd, share your expertise, and be known as a leader in your market. Starting a blog and using social media are the two most important things you can do to market yourself, and this site is here to show you how. Note that some posts may contain affiliate links; however I only promote products I love, from companies I trust.
For those who are interested in my qualifications, I have a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) in Marketing, a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Visual Communications and an active Broker-Salesperson license. For the past 14 years I have focused on marketing, graphic design, blogging, and social media for various firms, was the Marketing Manager at Colliers International in Las Vegas, and once I received my license I jumped into specializing in Industrial leases and sales.
On A Personal Note:
I consider myself a passionate entrepreneur who is in the business of helping others, while creating a life worth living. I look up to successful people who can do more in less time, who have a nice work-life balance, and who don’t get so busy making a living that they forget to have a life.
I live in beautiful Las Vegas, Nevada with my husband and two daughters. When I’m not working, I can be found traveling, reading, sipping on a Caramel Latte, or teaching at one of the local colleges.
– Chelsy Cardin