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In our business we communicate with various people everyday, so I'm sure you've come across these two -- the Interrupter and the Yes, I Hear You...But I'm Thinking About What I'm Going to Say Next type of listener. "We have two ears and one mouth so that we can listen twice as much as we speak." ...
If you haven't heard about this, you need to read this blog. Remember when the market crashed last spring about 600 points? Remember it was reported in the news media as some kind of computer gliche or error, or something vague like that? Some gliche!! Read on... On 10.10.10 I watched a 60Mi...
Bank-Owned Home For Sale Overview Maps Photos Description Neighborhood Market Stats $249,900 Single Family Home Main Features 4 Bedrooms3 BathroomsInterior: 3141 sqftLot: 8,712 sqft Location 29421 Hartford Dr.Menifee, CA 92584USA To get updates on open home dates and other property events, pleas...
Lenn Harley writes about the blame game in our mortgage mess. I couldn't agree more with her statement that when real estate professionals say "people who bought homes they couldn't afford" are really playground bullies. Read on... [Please post your comments on Lenn Harley's blog post. Thx] jOH...
Could they be ghosts, or are they reflections of light? I was taking interior pictures of a home and when I got to the Master Suite, I couldn't get one picture that didn't have these white circles, or reflections, throughout the image. After dozens of shots, I gave up trying. I was perplexed, b...
Old Town Temecula is a kick back to the days of old western towns. It has wooden sidewalks just like you would see in the movies. They're fun to walk on actually, and I always wonder how they're kept up so well. There's a rich blend of the old and the new in Old Town. The historic Palomar Inn ...