Take this step when creating a video about a neighborhood

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09/11/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

Posting a neighborhood profile video on your website is a great way to show off your community to potential homebuyers ... but where should you start? 

Watch this new, one-minute Texas Association of REALTORS® digital training video to learn one of the most important things you can do when creating your neighborhood profile video—whether you produce the video yourself or hire a professional. 

Check out more short videos on texasrealestate.com to get practical advice for your website, social media, and other marketing plans. 

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