TAMPA, FL, September 5, 2013 – The Award Winning real estate agent, Bonnie Fagoh of Century 21 Beggins, announces the launching of her new website to coincide with the writing of her book, Lessons learned from the Great Recession, which details her experiences as a real estate agent, during the great recession that hit the global economy.
The website, www.TampaCoastalHomes.com, provides visitors with search solutions and information about real estate investment and rentals around Tampa Bay area. On the other hand, the book details Bonnie Fagoh’s experience in real estate business, the fundamentals of enduring hard economic times and how best to handle stiff competition.
Tampa Coastal Homes managed to survive the hard economic times against a backdrop of high geared competition pitting the agency against other 6,000 licensed real estate agents located within 50 miles radius. With such tight competition within Tampa Coastal Homes’ target area - Tampa Bay area - the agency had to be tactical to survive the boundless economic downturn.
The only secret to the agency’s survival was, at a minimum, giving the customer what the customer wants. In the real estate business, what the customer wants is a pleasant home search experience. Note: customer and not consumer - that has to be the mindset in order to thrive in such an environment of intensive competition coupled with hard hitting economic challenges.
Bonnie Fagoh went through quite demanding times and learned numerous lessons and the recipe for a successful real estate agency business. She is very categorical as she says, “If you give the customer what he or she wants - a pleasant home search experience - they will come back to your site time and time again. After all, this is one of the most important purchases of a lifetime. Whether you are raising a family or enjoying a comfortable retirement, the natural conclusion is: When it’s time to negotiate the sale, you will pick the professional that has helped you with your search.”
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Tampa Real Estate Agent Launches New Website to Coincide Wit