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As a member of the Phoenix chapter of the Women's Council of REALTORS®, I have been invited to It's present a seminar on ActiveRain to the group this coming Tuesday, October 20. Although the group is really tailored to women REALTORS® in the Phoenix area, men are of course welcome - as well as non-members. So if you know any agents in the Phoenix area who: aren't on AR yet are new to AR want to get a better handle on how AR can (6 comments)
Friday Funnies - Is it Wolf Man Time? The Wolf Man comes home one day from a long day at the office. "How was work, dear?" his wife asks. "Listen! I don't want to talk about work!" he shouts. "Okay. Would you like to sit down and eat a nice home cooked meal?" she asks nicely. "Listen!" he screams again. "I'm not hungry! I don't wanna eat! All right? Is that ALL RIGHT with you? Can I just come home from work and do my own thing without you forcing food down my throat? Huh?" Can I?? At this (21 comments)
Real Skinny of Virtual Home Staging - 05:13 PM
The Real Skinny of Virtual Home StagingIn today’s housing market, new ways of selling homes are popping up everywhere: open house parties, give-aways, auctions, and in recent weeks there have been some online articles discussing what’s being referred to as “Virtual Staging”. Virtual Staging is a service where photos of a home are digitally manipulated to show various improvements—walls painted, furniture added, even stains on carpet removed! While the technology is interesting the service has Home Stagers concerned.“I believe that is risky business and this is a real challenge in possible misrepresentation at best,” says Barb Schwarz, inventor of the Home (6 comments)
Achieving Stickiness Requires Some Stunning Attention - 07:09 PM
In our Marketing roles as real estate professionals we want to achieve "stickiness" of some kind. The concept is not all that profound. In order to capture customers, clients, and achieve ultimately business, people have to stick around long enough to hear your story, learn about you, and inevitably you learn about what they need in a real estate sense. This applies to developing good web sites, your advertising, your personal marketing of YOU, to anything where you rope the eyeballs and ears into your sphere and THEY STAY. Achieving Stickiness Requires Some Stunning Attention. There is an old sales technique (18 comments)
Announcement - SOLD & Closed! - 5015 Ortega, Jacksonville, FL - 10:02 AM
Announcement - SOLD & Closed! Your Choice Real Estate is pleased to announce the successful closing of 5015 ORTEGA, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA ; 322105. The deal closed on 10/14/09. The original asking price was $339,900 and the final sale price was $291,000 representing 72.8% of the list price. The home was listed on February 28, 2009 and went into contract in 216 days on October 2, 2009. The sellers listed the property with Amy Powell (904-327-3933) of Re/Max Specialists. The buyer was represented by Mari Schmid (904-318-2477) of Your Choice Real Estate of Orange Park, FL (904-298-2679) Funding was provided from Equity Mortgage Group Inc. The transaction was closed by HomeGuard Title & Trust of (0 comments)
Tigard Oregon real estate home sales are always a topic of the residence of Tigard, but each neighborhood is different. The Bull Mountain North neighborhood of Tigard, Oregon goes west, starting at Barrows/Gaarde to Bull Mountain Rd, Then from Pacific Hwy to Beef Bend Rd. This part of Tigard, Oregon is in Tigard School district even though Bull Mountain itself hasn’t been incorporated in to Tigard. Even though this is a more expensive area, there are presently no parks located in the Bull Mountain North area.
As of 10/16/2009 here are the home for sale and the ones that (0 comments)
If you are a resident of Tigard, than you want to know how home real estate sales are going in your neighborhood. The Bull Mountain South neighborhood of Tigard, Oregon goes west, starting at Pacific Hwy to Roy Rodgers Rd, Then south from Bull Mountain Rd to Beef Bend Rd. This part of Tigard, Oregon is in Tigard School district even though Bull Mountain itself hasn’t been incorporated in to Tigard. Even though this is a more expensive area, there are presently no parks located in the Bull Mountain South area.
As of 10/16/2009 here are the stats for the (0 comments)
The real estate homes sales in Tigard are staying about the same from week to week, but the prices continue to fall. The Greenburg neighborhood of Tigard, Oregon goes east, starting at 121stAve, to Hwy 217, and south, from Scholls Ferry to Pacific Highway (99w). This part of Tigard, Oregon is partially in Tigard School district and partially in the Beaverton School District. The only park in this area of Tigard is Englewood Park near Scholls Ferry road. However, it does connect to a much larger park on the Beaverton side of Scholls Ferry Road, called Greenway Park.
Tigard Oregon real estate homes sales really can be broken down by neighborhood. The Mountainview neighborhood of Tigard, Oregon goes South from McDonald to Durham Road, East from Pacific Hwy to Hall Blvd, with the exception of the summerfield area in the southwest corner which is a 55 plus community. This part of Tigard, Oregon has no parks, but does have a couple schools with great playgrounds in them.
As of 10/16/2009 here are the real estate home sale stats for the Mountainview Neighborhood of Tigard Oregon. As you can see, though the number of homes for sale and (0 comments)
Homes in the Tigard, Oregon real estate market are going pending if priced right and hopefully will close just as quickly. The Summer Lake neighborhood of Tigard, Oregon goes west, starting at 121st Ave, to Murray Rd, and south, along Scholls Ferry. On the back side of the boundary it follows Walnut from Barrows Road to 121st. This part of Tigard, Oregon is partially in Tigard School district and partially in the Beaverton School District. Within the boundaries of the neighborhood are Jack Park and Summer Lake Park.
As of 10/16/2009 here are the real estate home (0 comments)
When looking at the Tigard, Oregon real estate market and if homes are selling is really dependant on the neighborhood you live in if things are moving or not. The Summerfield neighborhood of Tigard, Oregon goes South from Royality Pkwy/Kable street to to Durham Road, East from Pacific Hwy to 98th Ave, This community is a 55+ community and features a the Summerfield golf course.
As of 10/16/2009 here are the stats for the Tigard Oregon real estate market for the Summerfield Neighborhood. This week I’ve changed the stats to only count the sales from the last 7 (0 comments)
Real estate home sales in Tigard, Oregon very from neighborhood to Neighborhood and the Tigard neighborhood is no exception with its up and down sales. The Tigard neighborhood of Tigard, Oregon is a triangle with it's borders being Pacific Hwy, Hall Blvd and McDonald Street. The only park in the neighborhood is Fanno Park off Hall Blvd.
As of 10/16/2009 here are the Real Estate home sales stats for the Tigard Neighborhood of Tigard, Oregon. This week I’ve changed the stats to only count the sales from the last 7 days to give a better reflection of what (0 comments)
Tigard area real estate home sales are best broken down by neighborhood because as always real estate is local. The Walnut Grove neighborhood of Tigard, Oregon starts at 121st and goes east to Pacific Hwy, then south starting at Walnut street to Gaarde Street.
As of 10/16/2009 here are Tigard, Oregon real estate home sales stats for the Walnut Grove Neighborhood of Tigard Oregon.
For a complete list of homes for sale in the Tigard Oregon real estate market of the Walnut Grove Neighborhood, please call or Click here, to request an update.
This chart below breaks down Tigard Oregon Real Estate home sales by neighborhood, for the week ending 10/16/2009. Sales have been off since last year with the pending sales in Tigard, Oregon were down 8.8% from 2008 for the month of August when the last stats came out. The news isn’t good for Tigard, Oregon home sales with the average sales price being down by 8.8% from the same time last year, This is down more than a percent since July. Though many foreclosed homes have hit the market, the hit to average price of homes seems to be (1 comments)
Before you buy or sell it is important to know what the price of other homes in the Beaverton, Oregon Real Estate market are priced at and are selling for. The Aloha neighborhood of Beaverton, Oregon goes east from 209th to 170th and then South from Tualatin Valley Highway to Farmington Road. There are a few parks in the area including Aloha park, Butternut park, Rosa park and Hazeldale Park. As of 10/16/2009 here are the Beaverton, Oregon real estate home sale stats for the Aloha Neighborhood. This week I’ve changed the stats to only count the sales from (0 comments)
Beaverton Oregon real estate homes sales are always moving, but it still has to be broken down by neighborhood. The Cooper Mountain neighborhood of Beaverton, Oregon goes east from Grabhorn Rd to 175th Ave, then north from Kemmer Rd to Farmington Road. The two parks in the area are Burnsridge Park and Granada park.
As of 10/16/2009 here are the real estate sales stats for the Cooper Mountain Neighborhood of Beaverton, Oregon. This week I’ve changed the stats to only count the sales from the last 7 days to give a better reflection of what is going on in (0 comments)
Beaverton Oregon Real Estate Home Sales by neigherhood are important as each neighborhoods sales are different. The Greenway neighborhood of Beaverton, Oregon goes East, starting at Murray Blvd, to Hall Blvd, and south, from Brockman/Greenway to Scholls Ferry Road. The homes for sale in this area are within walking distance of one of these great parks, Wildhorse Park , Buckskin Park, Forest Glen Park, Hiteon Park and the 85 + acre park or Greenway Park.
As of 10/16/2009 here are the real estate sales stats for the Greenway Neighborhood of Beaverton, Oregon. This week I’ve changed the stats (1 comments)
Are you wondering how the Beaverton Oregon Real Estate Home sales are going in neighorhoods like the Hart Neighborhood? The Hart neighborhood of Beaverton, Oregon goes east 170th to Murray Blvd, the South from Farmington to Hart Road. The Hart neighborhood has many great parks like Schuepbach Park, Brookhaven Park, Hartwood Park, Summercrest East Park and Tallac Terrace Park. As of 10/16/2009 here are the real estate saless stats for the Hart Neighborhood of Beaverton, Oregon. This week I’ve changed the stats to only count the sales from the last 7 days to give a better reflection of what (0 comments)
Beaverton Oregon real estate home sales are steady steady, but prices are continuing to drop. The Highland Hills neighborhood of Beaverton, Oregon goes east from Murray to Hall Blvd and then South from Allen Blvd to Hart Road. The Highland Hills neighborhood features two parks, Channing Heights park and Fir Grove park for everyone to enjoy. As of 10/16/2009 here are the real estates sales stats for the Highland Hills Neighborhood of Beaverton, Oregon. This week I’ve changed the stats to only count the sales from the last 7 days to give a better reflection of what is going (0 comments)
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