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For many years, open houses were looked at as a necessary part of marketing a home. But are open houses quickly becoming a thing of the past? Maybe not quite yet — like any product or service that is on the decline, open houses will likely be around for a while, even if it is just to appease home owners. For some reason, agents believe that they must show home owners that they are trying to sell their home, and do so with perhaps the most ineffective marketing tool in the agent arsenal. But who really benefits
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Just wanted to see if anyone is using TheRedx lead system and what you think of it?   Ron Pritchett, Realtor  
03/28/2010
I have heard good and bad things about Redex, please share your side....    
03/24/2010
Don't want the handle Short Sales or Foreclosures.... I understand, I am certified in both areas and will be happy to assist; I will paid a 25% referral fee to agents at closing and funding. Contact Ron Pritchett, GRI,ABR,SFR Century 21 Judge Fite 214-802-6708 cell RonPritchett@JudgeFite.com http...
02/10/2010
If you are wanting to get the $8000 tax credit don't write a contract with a closing date past November 20, 2009 or you may not be able to complete the funding part of the process completed on time. Do you thinks that a lot of first time home buyers think that they can close on November 30, 2009 ...
09/07/2009
Call Your Sphere of Influence.  It's easy to stay connected during a transaction, but connections can fade easily when you get busy.  Call to stay in touch, see how things are going and ask if they need anything.  Add names as you go. Visit Your Sphere.  This is effective if your sphere member o...
08/08/2009
•·                The risk of lasting home price declines has increased in Dallas-Fort Worth as foreclosures and job losses mount in North Texas, a new report says. But there's a "minimal" chance that D-FW home prices will be lower in two years than they are today, according to the latest study b...
07/12/2009
  Texas Housing announces Down Payment Assistance of up to $14,500 for a First Time Home Buyers*     The Economics Recovery and Reinvestment Act has released Billions of Dollars to stimulate the housing market in Texas. Buyers can have a family income of up to $150,000. Purchase price is limited...
05/08/2009
Free Homebuyers Workshop TomorrowReal estate professionals and their clients are invited to attend a free homebuyers workshop sponsored by the Home Builders Association of Greater Dallas. The workshop will help REALTORS® learn how to work with builders and what to expect in the home building proc...
09/22/2008
 Open the link below for information about High Tech Real Estate in Today's Market  You may need to cut and past this link into your broswer. http://www.century21judgefite.com/3/W0000015367/P0000303452.htm If I can be of assitance please fee free to contact me at anytime. Ron Pritchett, Realtor C...
09/15/2008
$7500 First Time Homebuyer Tax Credit In our quest to continue to provide excellence to you, please find below the key points of the First Time Homebuyer Tax Credit that became law through the H.R. 3221 Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008.   Please feel free to contact me should you have fu...
09/07/2008
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