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The Real-Life Realtor blog was designed to give you a first hand look at what really happens behind the scenes of a real estate transaction. The blog is an extension of the Real-Life Real Estate Training program which was designed by a Realtor for Realtors. The Training program will walk you through the real estate transaction...step-by-step so you can experience the financial success and business growth you desire.



In this market it seems as though we are working much harder just trying to get the property to settlement.  Once we have a ratified contract we then have to negotiate home inspections items and after that, sweat the appraisal.  Every step of the process has been made more painful and stressful. ...
I can't believe I'm writing this post and it's only March.  How on earth could I have fallen off the wagon so early in the year?  So here I am confessing that I have to get back on the wagon and get back to basics...yet again! Fresh from the Brian Buffini Turning Point retreat in Richmond, Virgin...
I'm going to ask you a question although I'm pretty sure I already know the answer, but here goes.  Have you ever been in a transaction when an issue comes up then all of a sudden the agent you are working with stops communicating with you? To say this is a frustrating situation would an understa...
You hear a lot of talk these days about children being bullied on their way to school, at school, and on their way home from school.  Parents are told to watch their child's behavior and ask about their child's day to see if there are any signs that their child is being bullied. I am sad to repor...
With the release of the new iPad2 it renews the conversation I have going on in my head.  Should I get an iPad or not?  I think I should "want" one, but I know that I really don't "need" one.  I say I should "want" one because it's cute, current and pretty sexy.  When I speak to other real estate...
I can't count the number of times I am asked this question during a real estate transaction. At virtually every turn buyers are asking me "What would you do?"  I know they are looking to me for guidance but the bottom line is I'm not the one buying a house or even looking to buy a house.  I also ...
In this type of real estate market where properties are staying on the market a bit longer, sellers are a little more fragile and financing can be challenging, we are seeing all kinds of contingencies in the offers we receive.  Those contingencies include everything from home inspections, lead pa...
As we prepared to celebrate the birthday of Dr. Seuss...that's right, Dr. Seuss.  Known for his amazing children's  books like, The Cat in the Hat, Go Dog Go, Green Eggs and know, Dr. Seuss.  Although he was best known for his children's books, there is one book of his that I think most...

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