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One part of Dallas where the more expensive homes are located, has developed the most arrogant approach to sales.  I wonder where these people's heads are. The MLS listing instructions more frequently than not read like this:  Listing agent must accompany all showings.  Appointments must be made ...
THE GALEN JETER JAZZ ORCHESTRA As the sun was going down Sunday, Patty and I met our friends (our minister and his wife) Clif and Gig Gardner and (famed radio man) Bud Buschardt at the Village Country Club on Southwestern near Skillman, for the barbeque buffet and three hours of music by the fam...
2122 LEANDER DRIVE $285,000 If you know me, you know my great passion for pianos.  Maybe it's to me what hunting ducks is to my friend, Butch Kelso. Nevertheless,  I have performed for more than forty years, and I have tuned pianos in spare moments for what, maybe twenty of those years?  Of cour...
Lake Highlands in Dallas is really a wonderful place to live.  Because I have spent the majority of my life living in large Victorian homes, moving into a neighborhood that has houses that are primarily 25 to 30 years old is a new experience for me.  But I'm growing to like it very much.  Pretty ...
For as long as I've been in the real estate bidniz, and that's now going on 44 years, I've had people ask me this question: "How long after my listing contract expires must I wait before I am no longer contractually obligated to pay the agent for a sale to one of his clients that he brought by." ...
There are some components of a real estate transaction that separate it from so many of the others: A listing agent who knows what he's doing A seller who rabidly does exactly what his listing broker instructs A buyer's agent who knows what he's doing A buyer who rabidly does exactly what his buy...
J.P. and Hank Ideker are twins, and live in our neighborhood, in fact at the top of Rustleleaf Drive just off of Robin Hill.  They are sophomores at Jesuit College Preparatory School.  For those of you who aren't familiar with Jesuit, it's a great pedigree. Today I was puttering around a bit befo...
  Real estate training great, Petey Parker, has joined Stephen Covey, Ken Blanchard, Mark Leader, Joy Ohayia, Jim Gottfurcht, Wally Hauck and a handful of others to total 14. The book, Blueprint for Success is a series of pointed interviews regarding what it takes to succeed in business in this n...
One of the major paradoxes of real estate brokerage is rarely, if ever, mentioned.  Yet, it seems to haunt every agent and every real estate company.  It especially bonds and hangs onto those who work the hardest; those who are the most creative in marketing themselves.             You see what m...
For a rather brief period twenty years ago, I was a major investor in a marine park similar to the famous Sea Worlds.  Our park was about to celebrate its twenty-fifth year in business when we purchased it from the original owners. Since the marine park came with about thirty acres that were unde...


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