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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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I'm not a parade person... but I have to admit, I had *FUN* - 09/25/07 07:21 PM
I hate parades. Okay, there I said it. Most people think I am crazy - "How can you not like a parade?" they'll say... I don't have a real good answer to that... It's not something I can easily answer. I just don't "get it." Okay, okay, so I'm a party poo-per when it comes to a parade. Maybe even a whiner... BUT, I finally have to admit, in a public forum - I went to a parade and actually had FUN! Last weekend, Conway, MO held their 29th Annual Old Fashioned Community Day's celebration. In the past, I've tried to avoid the Saturday morning parade (5 comments)
The New York Times will no longer charge an access fee for most of its content. You can read the full article HERE. Not having easy access to the print version of this newspaper and other leading publications, this is great news! With the changing real estate market and shifting business models, The New York Times online can be another go to source for keeping real estate agents up to date. The article sites an anticipated increase in ad revenue by making the site free - I wonder how many other companies currently charging a fee for content will follow suit? (6 comments)
Greathires.org - Search for a job in Missouri - 09/13/07 09:34 PM
Tonight, I showed a piece of commercial property for a fifth time, to the same couple. They had another investor couple with them. We toured the property, talked and looked around a little more. As we wrapped up our showing, we talked about where we were from, what we had done in the past, and what we were doing now. The "new" couple had just moved to Marshfield, MO from Wyoming. The husband said, "We had to move where the jobs were." I nodded and agreed. In my day to day real estate activities I am often asked how the job market is here (0 comments)
Dear Mr. Anderson: Thank you for contacting United Country VIP Realty. We're located in south central Missouri and I think you'll find our area the perfect place to call home! Below, you'll find information on our area, a few options for financing and a small sample of homes available in Lebanon, MO. Lebanon, Missouri is the county seat of Laclede County and is located about two and a half hours from St. Louis. We're about the same distance from Kansas City; forty-five minutes from Lake of (13 comments)
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