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By Randal Jenkins
(Coldwell Banker F I Gray and Sons Residential, Inc.)
Comments 1
When the pandemic hit, we all tried to figure out what would happen to the markets. The stock market went down on Mar 20, 2020, to around 19000, but promptly went back to the 25000’s and we were all in awe.  Who saw that coming?  Instead of the predicted 22 million unemployed it came in at only 2...

By Ron Cedillo, Helping People and Enjoying Life
(Home Buyers Realty)
Comments 2
  When selling a house, most homeowners hope for a quick and profitable transaction that puts them in a position to make a great move. If you’re waiting for the best time to win as a seller, the market is calling your name this spring. Here are five reasons why this is the perfect time to sell yo...

By Jamie Flournoy, The Realtor on Your Side
(got agent?)
Comments 1
I just read this Urban Turf article based on a Zillow prediction for home sales in 2021. Looking a little closer at the graph, these past few years look eerily similar to the years leading up to the real estate market crash in 2006/2007. What do you think? One thing is for certain, if you have an...

By Victoria Carter Guaranteed Services, TwoMoveYou
(TwoMoveYou Guaranteed Real Estate Brokered by Century 21 Percy Fulton Ltd., Brokerage)
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Are You looking for a good Investment in Northumberland County?  Let TwoMoveYou Realtors, Victoria Carter and Kirk Rickman of Century 21 Percy Fulton Ltd., Brokerage in Northumberland help find the best investment that will fit your budget. Invest Now ...The benefits of investing in real estate a...

By Joe Jackson, Clintonville and Central Ohio Real Estate Expert
(Keller Williams Capital Partners Realty)
Comments 1
Are you quite struggling with your Real Estate career right now? This post is for you. Best wishes for a successful week! Onward! Working as a real estate agent can be exhausting and stressful. I’m sure that sometimes, because of your busy schedule, you forget to eat on time and get enough sleep....
Working as a real estate agent can be exhausting and stressful. I’m sure that sometimes, because of your busy schedule, you forget to eat on time and get enough sleep. However, to be more successful in your chosen field, you need to be physically, mentally, and emotionally healthy.  Believe it or...

By Carol Williams, Retired Agent / Broker / Property Manager
(Although I'm retired, I love sharing my knowledge and learning from other real estate industry professionals.)
Comments 12
When Rocky Dickerson and Kathleen Daniels, Probate & Trust Specialist announced their February Share The Love Challenge I thought "that's easy peasy". Well, it would have been easy except time got away from me and poof... February was gone!  Now, with the grace of an extension, I'm going to try a...

By Stephen Fells, Marketing, Technology, Fun and News!
(AgencyLogic)
Comments 0
Everyday AgencyLogic publishes real estate news and press releases from around the country.Here are recent press releases:RE/MAX Holdings, Inc. Reports Fourth Quarter and Full-Year 2020 ResultsRedfin Predicts It Will Become Less Expensive to Sell Your Home as Real Estate Commissions Become More T...

By Mike MAXWELL, Serial spammer
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Retail miscalculation of unsalable summer goodsIn Russia, the topic often heard these days is “The wind is blowing from Siberia.” In the first three weeks of July this year, sales of sandals and summer shoes fell by nearly 30% from the same period last year, while swimwear and bathing gowns fell ...

By Mike MAXWELL, Serial spammer
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By Will Hamm, "Where There's a Will, There's a Way!"
(Hamm Homes)
Comments 6
Always good to learn more about our trade and Geo Farming is something we can all learn about from the following blog.  Geo farming in real estate refers to marketing activities in which you focus on a single neighborhood as your target audience, and you try your best to educate, improve, provide...

By Ralph Williams, "The very best in sales & leadership training."
(Bottom Line University)
Comments 1
Almost everyday, I am asked questions about all the things that have changed over the years in the real estate business. Yesterday, I was asked..."What hasn't changed in the real estate business?" I told the caller that I wanted to sleep on that question. As fate would have it, I was going throug...
Professional Appearance Tips for Real Estate AgentsIn the real estate industry, physical appearance is vital to professionalism and a good career. Some clients will judge you by how you talk, how knowledgeable you are, and your overall look. Maintaining a good, captivating physical appearance equ...

By Realtyna Inc, Realtyna- MLS RETS Integration software & services
(Realtyna)
Comments 0
If there is one thing that the world can agree on at this point is, how hard it got hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. The year 2020 was definitely a challenging year in the U.S. and the world at large, and the housing market in the U.S. was not left out either. After a short market pullback due to st...

By Ron Cedillo, Helping People and Enjoying Life
(Home Buyers Realty)
Comments 1
Many potential buyers think that in order to buy a home, you need to have 20 percent of the purchase price saved to cover a down payment. But in 2021, the majority of buyers are successfully closing on their homes with less.According to the most recent REALTORS® Confidence Survey, in January 2021...
No, investing in real estate is nothing like gambling. It’s like comparing apples to oranges. Yet, some people believe that the two are the same thing. Keep reading below why real estate investing is so different from gambling. Some people believe that investments in the real estate industry are ...

By Sharon Sigman, Sharon Sigman
(RE/MAX )
Comments 4
1. The effects of Covid-19 on commercial real estate will be more pronounced.A common theme in the media for the end of 2020 was that we lived through a horrible year and 2021 would be better for us all. That statement might not be true for everyone. What history has proven is that distressed ass...

By Realtyna Inc, Realtyna- MLS RETS Integration software & services
(Realtyna)
Comments 4
Canada is set for a great year in real estate deals. Real estate professionals have come to terms with the necessities of the times and are getting better control of their everyday business life. What remains a huge challenge in Canada and almost all over the world when it comes to the real estat...

By Ron Cedillo, Helping People and Enjoying Life
(Home Buyers Realty)
Comments 1
Buying a home can be a nerve-racking experience, no matter what price range you’re in. Spending (or borrowing) hundreds of thousands of dollars, uprooting all of your belongings, and stepping into the semi-unknown can stress even the most level headed people, causing second thoughts and doubts.Th...

By John Pusa, Your All Time Realtor With Exceptional Service
(Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Crest)
Comments 2
On March 1, 2021, the U.S. Census Bureau reported nationwide construction spending higher 1.7% to $1,521.5 billion in January of 2021 from $1,496,5 billion December of 2020, and rose 5.8% from $1,437.7 billion in January of 2020.Nationwide private construction gained 1.7% to $1,160.0 billion in J...
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