Missing Videos Restored + Soft Launch of new GetRealRealty.com blogsite

Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams RR Gable

I am new to blogging (about four days) and also to ActiveRain, but gosh-darn, what a friendly community!  Thanks for all the kind words.  I look forward to getting to know you all.

Meanwhile I've been working on a WordPress blogsite on the side.  Now that I have the requisite minimum of five posts, I guess it's time for the initial soft launch (for you Internet folks) of my other blog.

Drumroll, please... (just a little louder, please, thanks)  



My second and third videos (with their untimely aborted endings) are restored to their full, uncut...glory (though YouTube-hosted vids aren't as clean and crisp as Brightcove vids).

Feel free to rate the videos if you like them.






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DDR Realty
DDR Realty - Newburgh, NY
Orange County NY
Weclome to Active Rain. I click on the link to view your site, however the page did not load.
Apr 07, 2008 09:39 PM #1
Todd Coleman
Keller Williams RR Gable - Lake Balboa, CA
Thanks, Derrick.  It's working for me.  Anyone else having trouble?
Apr 08, 2008 05:21 AM #2

I thought I was the only one who was saying this! So many of my clients...and some agents, believe it or not, still thinks there's a lot of great inventory out there...and that buyers are in control...wow, thanks for the back up. I will send people to your blog if they are still not convinced. I've had buyers with cash, over 50% down on a property, offered full price, no cash back from seller, great FICO (over 800) and good, solid income, and they lost out to someone who offered an all cash offer, $50,000 over asking price...for a 2 bdr. 2bth REO in Van Nuys...who'd a thunk it?

Another instance, a property shows active, call the agent to find out about the property, only to be told that the property has double digit offers and they are not taking any more. 

This type of environment only bodes well for a feeding frenzy again.  The banks have taken a big hit and this time they're being smart about it.  The last foreclosure rush came all at once and dramatically lowered housing prices.  Now they're releasing them a bit at a time, knowing that the properties available today will come in with multiple offers, driving the price up, but not giving the buyer much in the way of concessions.  I have tried to warn my clients but they hear differently in the media so they are questioning what I am telling them, thinking they're missing out on all the DEALS! It's hard to inform them that the deals are few and far between.

If they want a half-way decent property in a good area, it is still going to cost more than they think...

By the way, Todd, thanks for that pool shot...I'm sure we can all recall some of the worst conditions we've seen in a while when showing property...needless to say, I leave my heels and new skirt at home and opt for jeans, boots and lots of perfume...LOL

Thanks again for the informative blog...

Apr 11, 2009 10:32 AM #3
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