Whatever draws them here, a common interest is to research the various cities and the neighborhoods that make up Santa Cruz County. Fortunately, there are a lot of tools these days for checking out Santa Cruz on-line. Although the only way to truly get to know a neighborhood is to come and spend some time in it, if that’s not very practical for you, there are alternatives. … The Ask City tool is pretty cool – you can draw a shape on a map of a given area and ask to find businesses, events, movies, etc. that fall just in that area – good for researching neighborhoods. … Google Maps : Google Maps is a fantastic tool, and they have now built into it a system for reviewing the businesses and other points of interest that you can find on the map.
Well, I have s Facebook page, but about the only thing I get from it is “friend requests” from other Realtors, mortgage brokers, and folks in related industries who want to network with me.
…And when it comes to working with a lender, I prefer to refer my clients to someone who they can actually go and have a coffee with, sit down, and discuss face-to-face while looking at the same piece of paper how all the numbers work.
…So here’s an interesting thing I found on Twitter: there’s some kind of (ro)bot that sends out notifications every time there’s a new rental in Santa Cruz. … This is pretty cool, if you are looking to find a rental in Santa Cruz – a pretty good example of what this technology might do for you.