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Social Media Workshop

Kate Lanagan MacGregor’s Connecting the Dots Initiative continued last week with a Social Media Workshop by Susan Gorden Ryan and Kevin Thompson of BBM pros.   BOLD Moves Real Estate agents, Kathy Song, Dave Garro and Betty Tripanier attended the workshop to see how social media is important for their business.

The Workshop covered how social media is important in your business.  Who is your avatar? What is an avatar?  Who is your target market? It also discussed, once you define your market,  how do you reach them? How can social media help with this?  It included messaging strategies and prioritizing systems by venue.  What are you doing to reach your audience daily, weekly, monthly?

They also went over C.O.R.R.E.  Create once and refine and reproduce everywhere.  Your web is your hub and you can compartmentalize, monitor and refine before you put it out there on social media.

Great tips for branding your business and getting it noticed on social media and reaching your target audience.

Visit www.katelanaganmacgregor.com and check out Kate’s calendar.  Sign up right on the website for workshops and webinars.  Arm yourself with the tools you need to promote your business.  Connect the Dots and define your vision for your future.  You are the driver of your vehicle.

This blog was posted on www.agentrising.com on January 30, 2016.

 

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New Bedford

Great Property for Sale in New Bedford

Unique Property on 31-33 Reynolds St. in  New Bedford, MA.  There is a 3 Unit Home, a great rental property.  Two units have 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom and the third is a one bedroom, one bathroom unit.  The units have consistently been rented for the last 12 years.  This property also includes a single family home with three bedrooms and two bathrooms as well as a two car garage.  Includes a large yard and off-street parking for all the units.  Great opportunity to own a unique  property with great rental income.

Priced to sell, this will not be on the market for long.  Call Kate Lanagan MacGregor for your showing of this great property at 508-728-3648.

Click on this link for a great virtual tour of the Second Floor Apt. 2

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Click here for virtual tour of the 1st Floor 1

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Click here for virtual tour of Second home on Weld St.

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100 Days to BOLDness

Join Kate Lanagan MacGregor of BOLD Moves Real Estate and Agent Rising Real Estate School in her 100 Days to BOLDness Challenge.  Listen to Kate’s inspirational message today and every day for the next 100 Days and see how you can make postive changes in your life.  Practice gratitude and abundance and make the most of these 100 days.

Visit www.katelanaganmacgregor.com for more information on 100 days to BOLDness and how to join.

 

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Agent Rising Real Estate School Starting New Classes

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Are you ready for a change of career?  Did you always dream of being a real estate agent?  Now is the time to put those dreams into reality! Agent Rising Real Estate School is starting new classes September 8th at the BOLD Welcome Center on Fairhaven Rd. in Mattapoisett.

Join Kate Lanagan MacGregor, Dawn Devlin and Marie Greany as they help you through the process of becoming a real estate agent.

Classes are held Monday and Thursday from 5-8 pm.  Join our seasoned pros in helping you obtain your real estate license and get started on a great career.

It’s not too late to enroll.  Call Marie at 508-207-3186.   Visit www.agentrising.com for more information.

Visit www.katelanaganmacgregor.com and check out some inspirational new challenges.

This blog was posted on www.agentrising.com on September 4, 2016.

The MacGregor Family

Anatomy of a Great Day and an Authentic Wedding!

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What makes for a great day?  I had the delight of watching my daughter marry the love of her life this weekend.  The day was perfect from start to finish.   We are so blessed to be able to share this special day with all our family and friends as well as new family and friends.

It was so wonderful to see the families come together to help set up the wedding and put into reality my daughter’s vision and beautiful decorations for her dream wedding.  Meg and David put a lot of hard work and sweat into creating all the special touches for the wedding and the result was spectacular.

Spending the weekend with the MacGregors, Santos and Shaw families blending into one big tribe was so much fun.

Our officiant, Kate Lanagan MacGregor, made the whole ceremony personal and touching and there wasn’t a dry eye in the house. She has performed weddings for her friends and family as ‘Authentic Weddings‘.In addition,  being able to make it all happen on the family farm that is a part of all of us and the future home of the bride and groom make it a very special setting.   It was all over too fast and a great time was had by all.  It would be nice to rewind and do it again, but we will just have to settle for memories and all the great pictures.

Family is probably the most important aspect of my life and I am lucky to be part of two very special families.  It doesn’t matter how often we are together, it’s always a great time and everyone always pitches in and works together.

BOLD Moves Real Estate is a family also.  BOLDIES are an integral part of BOLD Moves and are all part of a tribe that always has each other’s back.  Kate brings the family values into the business to help our agents and in turn help our clients. If you are interested in her weddings, check it out under ‘hire’!

Visit www.boldmoves.com for more information and to meet our team.

Most of this blog was posted on www.boldmovesrealestate.com on August 31,2016, and written by Carolyn MacGregor.

 

Rochester MA Boat Race Junior Winners

Rochester Memorial Day Boat Race Winners

River racers row against rain, Goyette, MacGregor take overall win

By Georgia Sparling | May 30, 2016

Rochester Boat Race

Photo by: Georgia SparlingJake Goyette and Ian MacGregor unseated three-time winners Dan Lawrence and William Watling III.

ROCHESTER — For the fourth year, BOLD Moves Real Estate has been a proud sponsor of the Rochester Memorial Day Boat Race.

The on again, off again torrential downpour on Monday didn’t deter competitors in the Rochester Memorial Day Boat Race. It may even have helped them along.

Monday race saw several boats shaving minutes off of last year’s times, and two new champions.

“We’ve had nothing for water. The river was wicked low,” said Ian MacGregor of his practices leading up to the race with partner Jake Goyette. “Now…you have tons of water, it’s like night and day.”

MacGregor a Rochester native who now lives in Acushnet and Goyette, a Rochester resident, took home the overall first place prize, unseating three-time winners Dan Lawrence and William Watling III.

MacGregor and Goyette, in boat 6, finished with a time of 1:52:14, more than two minutes ahead of the reigning champs.

The win comes after narrowing the gap between themselves and Lawrence and Watling in the past several years.

The timed race, which begins at Grandma Hartley’s Pond in Rochester and ends at the Mattapoisett Herring Weir, is a tradition among many in the area and is plenty of friendly competition.

The guys in boat 6 were once competitors themselves, each rowing with their fathers. When their dads retired, the two teamed up and have rowed together for five years.

They said this year’s weather and water conditions took some expertise.

“You never know what’s going to happen,” said Goyette. “You had to know what you were doing.”

Still a little stunned by their victory, the guys weren’t sure what comes next for them.

Joked MacGregor, “Now what do we do? Do we retire?”

Lawrence and Watling came in second overall with 1:54:35 followed by Jay Lawrence and Andy Weigel in third with 1:55.

The race is sponsored by the Rochester Fire Department, and BOLD Moves Real Estate has funded the prizes and trophies.

The race is always a favorite of BOLD Moves Real Estate and the MacGregor family.  They have been participating in the race for many years.   This year Eli, 12, and Rylan, 11, MacGregor won first place in the Junior Division.  It was Rylan’s first year and while Eli has participated for about 5 years, it’s always been with his Dad.  The boys did a great job despite the driving rain.

Other first place division winners included:

Alex and Lucy Milde-Co-Ed Division

C.J. Hedges V and C.J. Hedges IV- Parent-Child Division

Kasandra Gonet and Amanda Eldridge- Women’s Division

Rebecca Milde and Daphne Poirier- Girls Junior Division

Visit www.boldmovesrealestate.com for more local news and traditions as well as great listings.

This blog was posted on www.boldmovesrealestate.com on May 31, 2016.