Welcome To Your New Home!

“Useless and Monstrous” These are the words used to describe one of the greatest travel destinations on the planet. These are the words to describe the Eiffel Tower in the 1800’s.

The tower has since become the hallmark of art and culture within Paris. Do you know how this great building started out as a useless piece of architecture to the heart and soul of a country? Marketing.

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Its no secret of the impact of marketing within real estate. This industry has impacted the world and like the real estate and property industry, marketing has adapted over time to help make a difference in this world.

This blog and following post will highlight my passion for Real Estate and Marketing. Throughout this blog we will interact with the property and architecture around us all. Here I would like to be the voice of updates, news and the face of a industry that has such a unique history and a even more mysterious future!

From wealthy real estate agents such as John Jacob Astor who was a fur trader who bought tons of land within one of the greatest cities in the world, New York City. Then we can talk about the future of real estate (and agriculture) and how old buildings in Detroit are being turned into urban farms by a man named Tyson Gersh.

So sit tight and we will aim to change and challenge the future of real estate! This is my passion and my life will permanently be dedicated to marketing, collaborating and creating business ideas centered around real estate. This blog will also highlight and give you all updates on my real estate journey as I am a 25 year old male seeking to invest!

Enjoy the journey with me!

Published by Cole Correia

As someone who loves marketing and sales, the idea of telling stories that help small business owners, real estate agents, and individuals is so important to me. Take the time to stay up to date on the latest news and marketing advice to help you run your business!

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