homebuying newsletter: Parallels in 1970 Real Estate to Sacramento Real Estate Today - 10/13/14 01:57 AM
I managed to scrape away a little extra time Friday afternoon to work on my article for About.com and finish my weekly homebuying newsletter on my homebuying website a day early. Yay. This freed up time on Saturday afternoon so I could drive over to Arden Fair in Sacramento to make an exchange at a store. Except for fielding calls about my listings and delivering information to buyers, I was somewhat unchained from real estate in that I was not tethered to my computer. But it doesn't mean my phone didn't ring, and I still handled calls from agents and buyers. … (5 comments)

homebuying newsletter: Who Picks the Sales Price and Determines if a Listing is Overpriced? - 08/18/11 03:54 AM
I get a pile of newsletters that cross through my email each week, many of which I do not open. I just look at the headlines. I send out my own newsletter every week to thousands and thousands of subscribers. About.com will not let me tell you how many subscribe to my homebuying newsletter, but it's an astonishing number. I don't know why people care what I have to say or why they even read it. Some send me emails that say they have no interest in real estate at all, they just want to see what I write. Which floors … (43 comments)

homebuying newsletter: You've Always Had the Power to UnSubscribe, But Should You? - 04/26/11 04:38 AM
Hi thank you for all your help. I would appreciate you not sending Me anymore emails.  I broke up with my boyfriend who wants to Buy a house.  I am no longer involved.  jane
I received the above email this morning in response to a homebuying newsletter I send weekly to my subscriber base. People have to individually sign up to get my newsletter. It doesn't go out automatically nilly willy to just anybody. And subscribers always have the ability to unsubscribe at any time.
It's against the guidelines of my contract with About.com to tell you how many subscribers I … (6 comments)

 
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