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Snehta Inc. to Sponsor the 2014 Remodeling Leadership Conference

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Snehta Inc. to Sponsor the 2014 Remodeling Leadership Conference

By Kelly Masters on 28 April 2014

Atlanta, GA – Sales and marketing software provider Snehta Inc. has announced their sponsorship for the 2014 Remodeling Leadership Conference in Alexandria, VA. The three-day event will take place May 7-9 at The Westin Alexandria. Each year, the Remodeling Leadership Conference draws in hundreds of top remodelers nationwide by providing innovative educational seminars and prestigious awards programs.

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Snehta to Launch New Business Website

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By Melody Boggs on 25 April 2014

Atlanta–As a business grows, so does its products, goals, and targeted consumers. In order to provide the most accurate information and customer assistance, your business website must reflect those changes. That’s why the Snehta website is getting a facelift. Featuring new content that highlights their current products, customer service, recent partnerships, and consumer testimonials, the website is sure to attract a new brand of customers while also keeping the current customers informed and satisfied.

In addition to a new, appealing look, the site will now include sections discussing:

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Snehta to Attend the 2014 Builders and Remodelers Show

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Snehta to Attend the 2014 Builders and Remodelers Show in Minneapolis

By Kelly Masters on 24 March 2014

Atlanta, GA — Snehta Inc., a marketing and software provider for remodelers and home service industry professionals, has confirmed its exhibition in the 2014 Builders and Remodelers Show. Presented by the Builder’s Association of the Twin Cities, the Builders and Remodelers Show is expected to draw in around 1,000 professionals in the building and remodeling industry across Minnesota. The show will take place at the Minneapolis Convention Center on April 3. Over 200 industry suppliers will be exhibiting their products and services alongside Snehta.

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7 Reasons Why Every Company Needs a Website

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1. Don’t Let Your Competition Take Your Place! Most companies today use internet to search for suppliers. In case you don’t own a web presentation, but your competition does, your competitor gains a competitive advantage and is likely to take over your business. Therefore, you should not wait any longer. You should become the one, whose internet presentation reaches new customers.

2. Customers will find you on the internet. Majority of customers use internet to look for services and products. Internet serves as a tool for finding proper seller, who meets all buyer’s expectations – whether it’s price, quality or other criteria. Thus the buyer saves time and travel expenses, which he/she would otherwise spend using an ordinary way of obtaining information through company visits, viewing and comparing products / services. Quality internet presentation saves customers’ time and makes their searching and shopping experience more enjoyable. 

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New Home Sales Bounce Back to 2008 Levels

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New single-family home sales climbed 2.1 percent in May, returning to a 476,000-unit annual sales rate not reached since July 2008. The May rate is 29 percent higher than May 2012. Home prices and unsold inventories also increased in May, and although the figures remain below pre-recession levels, the housing market appears to be on a path toward sustained growth.

Sales of new homes increased to a five-year high in May, improving 2.1 percent over April and 29 percent year-over-year.

The growth brought the annual sales rate to 476,000 units, the highest level since July 2008. Most economists consider a 700,000-unit annual rate indicative of a healthy market.

The unsold home inventory rose to 161,000 units in May, the highest level since August 2011 and a 2.5 percent increase from April. At May’s sales pace, it would take 4.1 months to clear the houses on the market, up from 4.0 months in April. A supply of six months is normally considered as a healthy balance between supply and demand.

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