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Technology is fun, but not very productive. Let me know if you have numbers indicating otherwise. Watch any news outlet, internet portal or search engine download, and emphasis is placed on the benefit of social netwrking. I have found that social networking is just as it sounds, social, and no...
Simple procedure, but not simple to execute. Going back to the last financial melt-down in the 1980's, then many banks elected to place properties in a rental pool because funds were limited due to S&L melt down. This made economic sense because markets were cushioned from mass sales dumped on...
This bungalow is bank owned, sold as is with no disclosures. Good shape and could be accepted by FHA. Bungalow with third bedroom upstairs without closet. Baths: 1.75, detached 2 car garage, full basement. Near commuter rail. Bungalow with famiy room addition. ...
If you have been in the real estate business a short while or a lomg time, you probably have a raccoon story. My most recent was a house in Hoffman Estates,AIllinois. This was a foreclosure, so the house had been vacant for sometime. It was vacant when I took the listing and it was a FNMA.Fredd...
I see some life returning to the local real esate market. May be a false positive, but I'm going to choose a turn around. I presently have more contract pendings in my portfolio then active listings. Could be a marketing failure on my part. However, I choose its a light and not a train in the tu...