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Are you New to Blogging and Wondering What to Write About? Here's a little list to help you get started - 10:14 AM
Are you New to Blogging and Wondering What to Write About? Here's a little list to help you get started If you are a new to blogging, are you nervous about what to write, will the other bloggers like you, will they think your posts are interesting, informative, funny?Do you need a list of things to blog about because you just sit there sometimes thinking what shall I write today? Don’t worry, it happens to all of us at various times. I keep a list of topics in my Google Docs that I refer to when I hit the wall. Sometimes (61 comments)
The Landlords a Killer - 08:39 AM
The landlords a killer may be a touch to harsh, let me say in this story he’s a potential killer. When I inspect rental properties, multi-family dwelling, etc. one theme is almost always present, DIY repairs by the landlord or someone equally unqualified. I have no illusions about rental properties, the landlord buys them to rent out the units in order to make himself money. Maintenance takes away from profits, so much of the up keep is deferred or done by, as I said unqualified (cheap) persons. Recently I was contacted by a person who wanted me to inspect the home (62 comments)
Not your typical boring Open House - 05:15 PM
Over the years, the idea of having to hold an Open House has gone the way of family Sunday dinners and two-toned cars ~ they still happen, but they are more and more rare. So many of us got into the habit of telling the Seller that Open Houses only benefit the Realtor, and that they don't help much in getting the house sold because so few people show up. But it can be a wonderful boon to your marketing and your listing and your exposure and your client base if you do it in the proper manner. Here are a (84 comments)
As the mother of five daughters in a private Christian school in the 1980s and 1990s, my girls were often thought of as “The Infamous Foster Girls.” I was a lot more laid back as a mom than many of the other moms, so when I found a kindred spirit mom with four boys, it was a joy. Many years later, kids grown and (mostly) gone, my friend contacted me to tell me that her parents would be moving to town from Michigan, and would I meet with them to show them houses? We agreed to meet the next time (283 comments)
1. Blog for business. If you take the time to find your voice and write about your area, including events, restaurants, shopping, schools, market reports, and communities, then you will attract buyers and sellers. The best part is that they will feel like they already know you, and there is a trust level gained by your information sharing that attracts like-minded buyers to you. You can pay per click or pay for a site that has SEO (47 comments)
Five Tips to a Great Fourth Quarter - 05:18 PM
With Just 100+ Days Left in the Year…Timing is EverythingBy Julie EscobarIt’s funny to think that what you do today – this week – this month will affect whether you and your family will celebrate a stress-free holiday season and finish the year strong, or whether you’ll be worried and hurried and wind up with more year left than budget! With just over 100 days left in the year – let’s take some ideas from the top producers and look at the five things they continuously put into place to guarantee a great fourth quarter. 1. Know your numbers. Savvy entrepreneurs (44 comments)
Yes, We Remember 9/11. But... - 10:32 AM
As I sit here this Sunday Morning, September 11, 2011... I read post after post from our fellow and sister Rainers as we remember that horrible day ten years ago. Many memories, and many thoughts have been shared, about the tragedy we as a nation felt that day, and continue to feel to this day. It is so true that we must never forget 9/11. But... as we remember the horrible events from ten years ago... we must also realize and accept the fact that there are still people who are dying because of 9/11. Dying right now ! The first (55 comments)
Semi-Speechless Sunday-A 9-11 Tribute - 09:15 AM
Semi-Speechless Sunday-A 9-11 Tribute Not many words this morning. Just tears, memories, prayers and thankful that after 10 years we are still going strong. We will never forget, but we can forgive and heal as a nation. Enjoy this beautiful video I found on You Tube. God Bless Our Country! (38 comments)
Last Week's Favorites: September 4th - 11th - 10:16 AM
What a week! It's been Raining, literally! Cats and dogs! Here in Washington, it was too soggy for a lot of us to lure buyers out to look for their dream home, and we were all worried about water in basements - our own and our listings. But it wasn't too soggy to blog. So here are the favorites from my week's readings: 1. Mike Cooper: Never Grab A Dog's Food Bowl At Dinner Time This one has some smart advice we can't hear too often. 2. Greg Nino: Are You An Activerain DRAMA Queen?!? You're probably not, but this still (28 comments)
Carlsbad ArtSplash happens in just 2 weeks, the weekend of September 254th and 24th.
ArtSplash is a very popular 2-day art event, a highlight of Carlsbad arts IMO, taking place when the weather is usually stellar and the views from the hill above the Flower Fields to the ocean are spectacular.
This is not to detract from the great art works for sale.
And the highlight is the famous Chalk Art Competition. (15 comments)
Prepare for the rain? But we are in California! - 12:11 AM
This is not the time of year when I think about the rainy season in Placerville, Halloween is the usual reference date for me. However, while at the MeetUp in Roseville yesterday, it rained in El Dorado County. Although it lasted only a few minutes, it got me thinking of some things that need to be done before the rains get heavy. I came up with a few things that I like to check before Halloween. Roof check and maintenance – Inspect for signs of damage – broken, loose tiles and shingles. Repair damaged areas to create a (19 comments)
Looked Up, Looked Down, Looked All Around - 04:43 AM
Entering the garage I looked up at the ceiling. I always look up first. As I looked up, what did I see? A swelling stain in the drywall. One of many actually. But this one looked like a question mark! (I couldn't take it's picture with the flash, as the swollen stuff was whited out. And there wasn't enough light to take it without a flash. But I did find some orange cellophane and used it as a makeshift filter, and viola! Eat your heart out Thornton...) I began questioning what I saw!
So I looked down. What did I (53 comments)
How Times Have Changed -- Menu Prices from 1939 -- Palmer House Chicago - 09:27 PM
How Times Have Changed -- Menu Prices from 1939 -- Palmer House Chicago I like to collect restaurant and cruise ship menu's, from days gone by. My favorite menu in my collection is from the Empire Room, at the Palmer House Hotel in Chicago, Illinois. The menu is dated Friday, July 14th, 1939.
Empire Room -- Palmer House, Chicago IL -- Menu for July 14th 1939 The Palmer House has been a Chicago landmark since 1871 and is celebrating its 140th year of hospitality. As a graduate student at Northwestern University in the mid 1980s, I enjoyed walking through downtown Chicago and would occasionally pop (25 comments)
Speechless Sunday (almost!): Let our choices as Americans lift us up. - 11:41 AM
Speechless Sunday (almost!): Let our choices as Americans lift us up. As Americans we possess the freedom to make our own choices every day: About how we live Where we decide to work How we spend our money Religion or no religion Products that we purchase Schools our children attend City or country lifestyle Contribution to causes Terrorists took the lives of nearly 3,000 men, women and children in the September 11, 2001 attacks at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and aboard Flight 93. They had no opportunity to make any choices, their lives cut short due to hatred for humanity, no (26 comments)
I'm Going to Post RE Blogging Heresey... - 09:14 PM
Image via Wikipedia I have been blogging about real estate since 2008... so over three years. I can say proudly that I have a few thousand posts. Of those, there are a lot that were NOT about real estate, but that appeared on my real estate blog. Some were about cars (I just started a car blog JUST for those posts). Others were about local news. Still others were about local businesses, entertainment venues, parks and recreational opportunities. As long as I have been blogging, the mantra has been to "Be the source of information about EVERYTHING in the community". But (67 comments)
Our trademarked name will be forever associated with yellow journalism. You need to sit up and take notice of this one. - 07:22 AM
Shame on Move, Inc., and you better be prepared for the $hyte storm if you client is picked for a "news" story.. Yesterday I wrote about a company that puts listings on the web, with a twist, Questionable Advertising & IDX = One Very Angry Client. They pick certain homes and write "news stories" about them, listing information about the owner. Name, employer, past employer. Of course they name the listing agent and listing brokerage, staying within the rules concerning IDX. I had a frantic email from my client, I did some research, and it is not good. Along with the (45 comments)
How Do You Know When You Have Made the Right Offer for a Home? - 01:26 AM
We realtors are hired by our buyers not only to help them find the perfect home but also to help them buy it at the perfect price and get them through a perfect escrow.Sometimes we have the luxury of being able to feel our way to the right price. A home comes on the market that is obviously overpriced and we have options: We can wait awhile, see it sit on the market, and watch the price drop We can make an offer in the range we feel it should be only to have the offer rejected Or, of course, (108 comments)
Should a Seller disclose EVERYTHING? Not always! - 10:55 AM
Should a Seller disclose EVERYTHING? I used to think so, until I listed CW's* home. "I can't fill out the Transfer Disclosure Statement", she said. "If I do no one will buy this home". "REALLY??" I'm thinking mold in the attic and a dead body in the backyard. "So, what's wrong with it?" "Well, we get turkeys jumping on our roof... TURKEYS! They're terrible. And planes fly overhead. I've even seen helicopters." "Really", I say. "What else". "The neighbors. They are terrible. I hate them". "Uh hmm... What else". "I've seen termites fly out of the ground before... behind our (97 comments)
One Community Remembers Another - September 11th, 2011 - 01:46 PM
Wellington Florida put together a wonderful remembrance weekend to "Honor our Heroes" on September 11th and all week long I've been reading several great posts on ActiveRain about what other parts of the country are doing to honor those who've fallen along with touching posts about how this tragic day has affected some of our members.
Since I only saw one 9/11 post featured this morning I decided to gather a few of the great posts I've read; tributes, events and stories about September 11th. September 11 Rememberance of my dear friend Christopher Santoro Written by Elieen Hsu This year we (22 comments)
REO Agent and Short Sale Agent come to blows over, "Who's worse???" - 08:40 AM
..ok, not really blows, but this is just too good. I'm with clients yesterday showing an REO, that although priced very aggressively, has still sat on the market in this high-end development for 161 days. B of A owns it.. We meet the B of A REO Agent who opened it for me, as it was by appointment only. "I just cannot understand why this is still sitting here!" I say, after a walkthrough. Agent hangs his head, shuffles his feet..."Well, um," "What's REALLY the story?" I ask. He grins at me..my clients have come back into the (59 comments)
9/11 Ten Years Later- Let Us Pledge to Not Forget - 06:24 AM
9/11 Ten Years Later- Let Us Pledge to Not Forget I have been thinking about writing this post for a year now. Thinking and dreading it. I was not in New York, DC or Shanksville PA that day, nor did I have a personal connection with anyone who perished , And yet I knew that I would need to write something.. not for points, not for Google or SEO... but for me. I needed to allow my mind and feelings to go where it did not want to go. The first line in my journal that day was "A day that (30 comments)
9-11 A Day We Will Never Forget as Told from the Air - 01:36 AM
9-11 A Day We Will Never Forget It was a blue sky day when we drove into the Philadelphia Airport to return home from a family wedding. We had been gone a week and were ready to be home. We arrived at the airport, returned our car, checked our luggage and never dreamed that it was a day we would never forget, that our country would always remember. Our flight left 10 minutes late, about 8:35 am. My husband and I sat back, chatted about the wedding and our visit and looked forward to getting home to our dogs.
Well, this week there were so many really great posts here in the rain by some of my fave bloggers as well as some newbie bloggers that I’ve recently come across. First and foremost, I just want to give a shout out to my fellow rainers for their gold star features that I was happy to "call the shot" on them.
A client tried to bribe me. by Clint McKie NAR Reports 16% of Contracts Were Canceled in June - Why? by Donna Harris The "Other" Shadow Inventory by JPhilip Faranda What the (39 comments)
I know that you all have been anxiously awaiting the results of the Kindergarten Ain't Just for Kids Contest---and the judges certainly had their hands full. A huge thanks to all that entered. Since there really was no fair way to pick the winners due to the large number of entries (117), most of the judges had to resort to throwing them down the stair type methods of elimination to pick their top ten favorites. I hear Sardi actually made paper airplanes out of all 117 entries and the ones that flew the farthest were picked. He asked me (37 comments)
You had me at hello. - 06:42 PM
In a recent conversation with a colleague, I realized that I knew more about our industry, than the average Realtor. Now, wait, before you jump on me for being a bit braggadocious, and filled with hubris, allow me to explain. This is not simply bragging, this isn't me thinking that I'm all that and a bag of chips. It doesn't mean I'm smarter... We were talking about real estate trade customs in other states, and I knew the answers. I had to ask myself, how did I come by the knowledge of "transactional agency" in Florida, and the strange "accepted unwritten (62 comments)
Do You Put All Your Eggs In One Basket - 12:24 AM
Do You Put All Your Eggs In One Basket How many of you use your company web address as your email? Or just use a yahoo or a gmail account? You give out the office number and fax instead of your cell phone in most of your advertising. Well, stop it! Get professional. No one is going to take care of you except you! If you leave a brokerage, they will not give out your number! Every one of use probably owns at least one domain name. And I mean you own it, not a web site company domain they (72 comments)
Does it REALLY matter what broker you work for to your clients? - 10:15 PM
Does it REALLY matter what broker you work for to your clients? It's kind of funny. My partner Richard and I about a year ago made a business decision to make a move over to a national brokerage firm once again. We were with Prudential for many years before coming to the John Aaroe Group. The intent was to create a business model that was based heavily on networking, and we felt that being with a national broker once again would be conducive to that. Well, what we found out is that it really didn't matter to our clients WHAT brokerage (66 comments)
Using iPhone To Prevent Memory Loss - 10:59 AM
Some people never forget a face, some never forget a name. The truly blessed can put both together and seem to run into people they recognize by name every time they leave home. Those gifted few can even remember how they met the guy or gal they ran into on the street. For the rest of us, the iPhone comes to the rescue. Being a Neanderthal who once had a car with no power steering, no power brakes, and a stick shift – and liked it – I’m usually slow to embrace technology. Rather than saving time so that we can (27 comments)
Exclusive Buyer Agents, do you refer listings for a fee? - 12:42 PM
Something that has had me wondering for a while is, just how exclusive is an exclusive buyer's agent? When an agent works for a brokerage that only works with buyers, what happens to clients who are only half-served? If you have a buyer client who has a home to sell, do you offer to help them find a listing broker? Consumers turn to real estate professionals for assistance in their transactions. Even though we look at buying and selling as two separate transactions, many consumers lump both into the general category of moving. An exclusive buyer agent could just suggest that (31 comments)
Remembering the day as if it were yesterday................ - 05:46 AM
This post was written last year on September 11, 2010, but I thought I'd repeat it today since I still remember the day as if it were yesterday...........it is etched in my minds eye forever. My experience on September 11, 2001 My day started as usual, the alarm went off at 7:00 a.m................I awoke in my Jackson Heights apartment to a beautiful sunny day, birds singing, the sounds of life out on the streets, what could possibly go wrong? It was perfection, at least for the time being.......................
Every morning before work, I would meet a co-worker for coffee at a little place down (67 comments)
Short Sales in Brentwood Ca 94513 - Oh That Sneaky Bank Of America....At It Again - 12:51 PM
Short Sales in Brentwood Ca 94513 When doing a Short Sale there are many things to watch out for. Watch out for Bankers Bearing Gifts! Here is an example of how Bank of America is trying to "help" people with Short Sales. For more information on Short Sales in Brentwood Ca 94513 or beyond go to ShortSalesInBrentwood.com. Via Karen Fiddler, Broker/Realtor, Mission Viejo ((949)510-2395,The Fiddler Realty Team/eVantage Real Estate):
Oh those clever, sneaky Bank of America Short Sale Department. At it again......presenting them as being on the side of those dear, cherished, troubled borrowers. And I have a bridge to (3 comments)
Selling a Home in Brentwood Ca 94513 - Have you heard this? I need to sell my house!!! - 01:05 PM
Selling a Home in Brentwood Ca 94513 If you are Selling a Home but it is not Selling there may be some issues to consider. This is a good post on what might be wrong when Selling a Home. For more information on Selling a Home in Brentwood Ca 94513 or beyond and for a Free Home Evaluation go to HomePointRealEstate.com. Via Scott Godzyk, One of New Hampshire's Leading Brokers (Godzyk Realty Group): One of the most common statements i get is just that. "I need to sell my house" and is usually followed by what am i doing wrong or why (1 comments)
Short Sales in Brentwood Ca 94513 - Who Pays the Property Taxes in a Short Sale? - 01:15 PM
Short Sales in Brentwood Ca 94513 Are you considering Buying a Short Sale Home? Well do you know who pays all those past due taxes? This is a great post on Buying a Short Sale Home or buying any home at all. For more information on Short Sales in Brentwood Ca 94513 or Beyond and to Search Homes on Line go to HomePointRealEstate.com. Via Melissa Zavala Realtor® North San Diego County Homes (Broadpoint Properties): Agents frequently ask me about the property taxes associated with a short sale. Should the seller pay the property taxes? What happens when the lender escrows property taxes? (1 comments)
Speechless Sunday (almost!): Let our choices as Americans lift us up. - 01:27 PM
There is not much to say on this Post or About it. I think it is something we just need to remember. Today is a hard to day to think about. I still feel a lot of sadness and anger. Via Wanda Kubat-Nerdin - St. George, Utah Realtor® (Prado & Kramer Real Estate, St. George, UT 435.632.9374): Speechless Sunday (almost!): Let our choices as Americans lift us up. As Americans we possess the freedom to make our own choices every day: About how we live Where we decide to work How we spend our money Religion or no religion Products that we (3 comments)
Real Estate Investments in Antioch Ca - What Rent can I expect? - 06:00 PM
Real Estate Investments in Antioch Ca - What Rent can I expect? When looking at Real Estate Investments in Antioch Ca it is hard to say exactly What Rent You Can Expect. There are many variables that drive the rental market and as Realtors we can look at the Rental Market on the MLS but many Rentals never come onto the MLS. There are many variables from house to house. Just like buying they include condition, location, and many other factors - such as the ability of the Rentor to Pay. Right now I can tell you the Rental Market is (4 comments)
What did you do on September 11, 2001? - 05:11 PM
What were you doing September 11, 2001? Me? I had a very busy day... I woke up, and I turned the TV on. I heard something about the World Trade Center being on fire and hit by a plane. I'm looking at the TV half asleep, and I think to myself that I don't recognize the area so I must have misheard them. You see, in my previous life, before real estate, I was a buyer for the largest arts and craft store in the country (world) and we would go to the "World Trade Center" and Market Center in Dallas (10 comments)
A lot of neighborhoods in Dallas, Texas just hold a personality of their own. They offer that special touch that the other neighborhoods cannot offer – whether it is affordable housing, top rated amenities, or other special perks for residents who choose the neighborhood as a home. In Vickery Place, Dallas, Texas, the same is true, as this is quite a popular neighborhood in the heart of the big city of Dallas, with entertainment and retail shopping options that open the neighborhood up into quite a great spot indeed. The best point when it comes to Vickery Place is that (0 comments)
A Poem By Kyle Rome.... - 01:41 PM
This poem was written by our grandson Kyle when he was 11 years old. Need I say more?
September 11, 2001 A normal day of school was starting out fine, Looking at the clock, it was almost nine. Homework is passed out while we wait for a bell to ring, Only the teacher’s cell starts to sound a ding. After ending the call and looking at us for a sec’, The teacher switches on the TV and looks for a channel to select. If I told you what I saw you’d think me as (30 comments)
Wichita Real estate and Economic news for August, 2011 - 02:49 PM
Wichita Real estate and Economic news for August, 2011 Existing home sales in the Wichita metro area increased .3% from June 2011 to July 2011 but increased 32.3% on a year over year basis. The median sales price increased 3.6% compared to June and increased 12% on a year over year basis. Total sales for the year still lag 2010 YTD sales 13% because of the Large Tax credit available last year. This should balance out by the end of the year. Nationally homes sales declined 12.7% in July after rising the previous two months. Home sale were up 13.1% on (0 comments)
The popularity of wind energy around the world is not new news. In Colorado we can see evidence of this as the tall turbines that dot the landscape of our high plains! This morning I had a fun experience as we were out and about early to see turbine parts being transported by train. Each blade took up TWO flatbed cars. The train must have been a mile long, for all I could see was turbine blade after blade! It was amazing! I don't often think of "how did this get there" when I see the turbine towers across the (7 comments)
This stunning “Beach House” condo on the first floor is right on the beach, just walk right off of your extended balcony and take a dip in the ocean. The Mariposa is an exclusive boutique condo right on the sand, units rarely become available for sale – usually they’re scooped up by family and friends of the current owners. It’s just a few blocks south of the Hollywood Broadwalk. The bathrooms are remodeled and not only was the kitchen remodeled, all the walls were removed to (0 comments)
This House located at 4210 CHERRY LAUREL is extremely Nice and a must see on anyones short list. Beautiful home in Northeast Pensacola with easy access to shopping malls, interstate, hospitals and airport. Extremely spacious 3 bedroom home with 2 full baths. Well manicured lawn with nice private backyard area to enjoy the days. Lots of open space throughout the house, perfect of entertaining with formal living as well as family room. This is no Pensacola Florida short sale or foreclosure and is priced t sell quickly. Would you like infomation on buying or selling Foreclosures / Short sales (2 comments)
Milton Florida home for sale - 6644 DELHI DR - 32583 - 09:38 AM
Contemporary Custom built home with deeded access to private beach and dock... Located on an acre, the home features not only 2230 sq ft of living space, but also a fully insulated 32x24 sq ft powered shop which includes its own bath with fully tiled shower, sink and toilet, skylights, and elegant design. A covered porch 8x32 ft long leads into the shop. The kitchen has a long Center Island, 18 pretty pickled oak cabinets with 29 slide out drawers and 15 pull out drawers, plus a wooden 2 sided built in china cabinet. It also has 2 pantries, one in (4 comments)
Pensacola Home for sale - 2839 HIDDEN SPRINGS DR - 32514 - 09:50 PM
Pensacola Home for sale - 2839 HIDDEN SPRINGS DR - 32514 Very cute and well maintained home off Muldoon near Blue Angel.Large open style living room with large size bedrooms. E-z maintance. 2839 Hidden Springs Dr is with in 5 minutes of Pensacola NAS, 10 minutes to I 10 Interstate, 15 minutes to shopping malls and favorite eateries as well as 20 minutes to beaches.
Gulf Breeze homes for sale - 1461 NANTAHALA BEACH RD - 32561 Nice executive style home with all the amenties. Split floor plan for privancy with large bathroom to match. Chef style kitchen with open floor plan. Wrap around kitchen with view of backyard and living room area. Minutes to beaches and interstate 10. Close to Lowes, Wal Mart, Winn Dixie as well as great eateries.
Pensacola home for sale - 5027 REGALO DR 32514 - 10:14 PM
Pensacola home for sale - 5027 REGALO DR 32514 - 5 BEDROOM 3 BATH HOME ON A LARGE SHADED CORNER LOT. GAS FIREPLACE, ALL COPPER WIRING WITH FOAM INSULATION IN WALLS. LOTS OF UPDATE, HURRICANE WINDOWS, METAL DOOR, NEW FANS. NEW TUBS AND SHOWERS, CERAMIC TILE FLOOR. KITCHEN APPLIANCES ARE ALL UPDATED.DOUBLE CAR GARAGE - 11X29 SUNROOM - OUTSIDE STORAGE BUILDING, DECK AND SIDEWALKS. HOME HAS A MOTHER-IN LAW SUITE.
Would you like information on buying or selling Foreclosures / Short sales CLICK HERE Charles Stallions, CRS, CSP, CBR, CDPS, SREE, EREI - 800-309-3414, a leader in real estate investing, buying (1 comments)
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