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Each month AR runs numerous contests as a way for our members to engage in activities
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These state pages or hyper-local pages provide content directly related to a specific geographical location.
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To Fee or Not To Fee? - 11/17/10 09:27 AM
Today I opened an email from my favorate Title Company asking once again if I will be charging a Transaction Fee on our Upcoming closing. Once again I said "No. I dont believe in them." A short while later she calls me to get Mr. Sellers new mailing address and laughing she said "I know you dont charge a fee but I still need to check." Here is my take on Transaction Fees, I can not see it as anything more than lining ones pocket. Yes, we work hard and go above and beyond for our Customers but that is not a (54 comments)
Why Use A Comparative Market Analysis? - 11/16/10 08:28 AM
Selling your home in todays market takes consistant marketing. Price is very important in todays Buyers Market. Trying to sell your home while asking too high a price is impossible. Pricing your home too low is not a good thing either. Here is where a Comparative Market Analysis will help you. The Comparative Market Analysis is a report your Realtor(R) can give you on "comparable" sales in your area. It will include homes that are similar to yours in size, features and annual costs within a 1 to 2 mile radius of your home that have sold in the last 6 (2 comments)
"As Is" ALWAYS Means Maybe. - 11/03/10 01:03 PM
I just had to re-blog Broker Bryants Post from yesterrday afternoon. If your job is to protect the public then it seems to me that your job is to also be educated to do so. Bryant did an excellent job explaining the As/Is Sale Scenario. I have yet to see a "short sale" that was not sold As/Is. If you are going to sell them, you need the education. Via Bryant Tutas-Tutas Towne Realty, Inc: Hi folks. Today I want to talk a little bit about "As Is" contracts. Nona Swann wrote a post over the weekend titled "As Is" contracts mean (3 comments)
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