David Saks

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Education & Training - (retired) - TN LIC# 290452
David Saks is a musician, retired real estate broker, and long-time ActiveRain member. David's blog features important information relevant to the safety, integrity and security of the industry. In addition to his widely read real estate fraud blog, a comprehensive overview of real estate continuing education is a weekly addition for his subscribers and the ActiveRain community at-large. Thank you for subscribing to and for visiting David's ActiveRain home on the internet. Please join. Membership in ActiveRain will enrich your life !

ARCHIVED BLOG POSTS

2008 

                                        We're not talking about whips and chains here, although I know some of you might be disappointed.                                            :-) Discipline is serious business for any brokerage. Violation of the code of ethics can result in some bad news in...
04/26/2008
                                      We're not talking about whips and chains here, although I know some of you might be disappointed. :-)Discipline is serious business for any brokerage. Violation of the code of ethics can result in some bad news including damage to the companies reputation, th...
04/25/2008
                                      We're not talking about whips and chains here, although I know some of you might be disappointed. :-)Discipline is serious business for any brokerage. Violation of the code of ethics can result in some bad news including damage to the companies reputation, th...
04/24/2008
                                   We're not talking about whips and chains here, although I know some of you might be disappointed. :-)Discipline is serious business for any brokerage. Violation of the code of ethics can result in some bad news including damage to the companies reputation, the d...
04/23/2008
                                We're not talking about whips and chains here, although I know some of you might be disappointed. :-)Discipline is serious business for any brokerage. Violation of the code of ethics can result in some bad news including damage to the companies reputation, the dest...
04/22/2008
                                                   I know your sick of hearing about it. But it doesn't hurt to keep the old armour polished. We all know that there are many different types of situations that could lead to a conflict of interest and possibly a RESPA violation, the Real Estate Set...
04/22/2008
                                                     Listening to your client or customer shouldn't be difficult. I know that it can be. It's hard for me at times. I sometimes fail to hear what's embedded in the meaning of the language that's being transmitted to me. Sometimes I can jump ahead an...
04/22/2008
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                                                 Do you linger around after you've gotten your buyer and seller to shake hands? How long should one linger around before the contract's been signed? Isn't the best advice "Go In...get it over with.....and get out"? You shouldn't run like the house i...
04/22/2008
                                                                A feeling of pride is automatically aroused in your client or your customer when you smile. People who can't smile can't make others happy. Smiling can give you better odds of closing the sale. When your customer or client tells you ...
04/22/2008
                                                            When you listen to your client or your customer you can sense their pride. They know they're being heard. The advantage is that you're learning and understanding their needs and removing many of the obstacles that might stand in the way ...
04/22/2008
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