SURVEY: What’s the best brand of home appliances?

We surveyed our readers to find out their preferred home appliance brand

HomeActions newsletters are distributed by over 5,000 real estate professionals reaching over 3 million email newsletter readers every two weeks. This week, we’re polling our readers to learn about their preferred home appliance brand. Find out how they responded to our May 2018 survey.

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HomeActions Partners With RevInSite and CurbCall to Offer Integrated Newsletter Advertising and Protection App to Real Estate Agents

HomeActions LLC, a lead-generation and client relationship platform for real estate professionals, has entered into a partnership with RevInSite to allow trusted local service providers to place advertisements inside HomeActions real estate newsletters. RevInSite, formerly known as Nest4Less, helps real estate professionals integrate service provider listings into their websites.

HomeActions is also further developing its partnership with CurbCall Inc., which develops innovative technology for real estate agents. This newest phase focuses on an important but often neglected aspect of the real estate profession: real estate agents’ personal safety.

Ramping Up Advertising

In the new program, a HomeActions client has the option of allowing local businesses to place advertisements in their real estate newsletters. For example, a local lawn care company, neighborhood hardware store or plumber might want to place an ad. All HomeActions clients will have to do is pass the names of possible advertisers to HomeActions. If these companies are interested, RevInSite will show them how to set up the ad. The advertising fees will be split among RevInSite, HomeActions and the clients. HomeActions will add advertisements only from service providers that are recommended by its clients.

In addition, HomeActions clients will be able to list these local business advertisers in a directory of service providers that can be shared with social media sites, websites or anywhere online.

HomeActions currently provides 5,300 agents with newsletters that reach almost 4 million readers nationwide, who receive almost 7 million emails a month. “Everyone is a winner with this program,” said Barry Friedman, CPA, CEO and founder of HomeActions. “Our clients get advertising revenues while putting helpful local businesses in front of their prospects. And local businesses know their names will appear in front of hundreds, and even thousands, of homeowners who need their products and services.” Indeed, advertising revenue may even equal or exceed the cost of the newsletters for HomeActions clients.

More about the program is available at

Keeping Real Estate Agents Safe

HomeActions is now offering to its real estate clients — at no additional charge — CurbCall Protect. It’s a system that’s as simple as it is powerful: All an agent has to do is press a single “Begin Showing” button when they are at a house with potential buyers, for example, and an SMS text alert containing a map of the precise location of the house is automatically sent to the agent’s emergency contact. If at any time an agent feels threatened, they just have to hit the big red “Panic” button to immediately text the emergency contact that the agent needs help.

Protection Against Kidnapping, Too

CurbCall Connect offers another layer of protection that can save agents even if they can’t hit their panic buttons: If an agent unexpectedly leaves the “Safety Radius” (possibly against their will), CurbCall Protect will automatically trigger an emergency alert to an emergency contact and will map real-time positions so police can be sent to the agent’s location immediately.

This isn’t just a “better safe than sorry” situation. Real estate agents, who by the nature of their business frequently find themselves in empty houses with people they hardly know, face danger regularly. Indeed, the Beverly Carter Foundation, named for a real estate agent who was kidnapped and killed in 2014, was founded to help protect agents.

“This is an important step in our work to integrate ourselves completely in the lives of real estate agents,” said Friedman. “With our wide range of marketing and sales products and partnerships, we are increasingly becoming a complete source of assistance to agents. With the addition of CurbCall Protect, we provide agents with perhaps the most important service of all: protection against physical harm.”


About HomeActions
HomeActions LLC is a digital marketing and lead-generation solution with compelling content and interactive widgets for real estate agents. The HomeActions platform provides automated prospecting and marketing delivered biweekly via email to a professional’s sphere of influence. HomeActions’ professionally written articles portray agents as trusted advisors looking out for readers’ interests by helping them care for the biggest investment in their lives. With instant lead access, customer relationship management capabilities and robust predictive metrics, the system has the capability to generate real-time leads and top-of-mind awareness while nurturing relationships that lead to long-term success and more referrals. HomeActions is a privately held virtual company that employs more than 50 people and is headquartered in Green Cove Springs, Florida.

About RevInSite
Formerly known as Nest4Less, RevInSite is a tool that helps real estate brokerages, agents and service providers add value to their current marketing platforms. It provides users with an innovative home services directory to integrate into websites, featuring a mix of renowned national brands as well as trusted local service providers.

About CurbCall
Founded by veteran real estate professionals, Boston-based CurbCall Inc. develops innovative technology for real estate agents. Its CurbCall Connect on-demand lead-routing platform offers the built-in intelligence to instantly connect consumers with agents available to serve them now, plus reporting and analytics for accountability.

SURVEY: Should all homeowners install security systems?

We surveyed our readers to find out if they believe all homeowners should install security systems.

HomeActions newsletters are distributed by over 5,000 real estate professionals reaching over 3 million email newsletter readers every two weeks. This week, we’re polling our readers to learn about their opinion on home security. Find out how they responded to our May 2018 survey.

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