ed silva: Sellers Need to Make their Central Connecticut Homes Easy to Be Seen - 02/02/17 01:51 AM
Dear Readers,
Ed Silva is constanty providing us with good advice in well-written posts. This is an outstanding example of his contributions to the ActiveRain community.
Advising Sellers is a critical part of our jobs as REALTORS. Ed explains about accessibility here so well and so clearly.

  Among Ed's other posts, I'm sure you will enjoy reading about Endre Barath, Jr. , about a Meet-Up that "served" learning from other members,   about Client Service,  a Meet-Up at the home of Dagny Eason, and, consumer-directed posts about Credit Scores, Roadside Art, and Market Statistics - Cheshire CT. 

ed silva: 2017 Blog Jumpstart Challenge - Weltanschauung = Your Business Success - 01/20/17 01:24 PM
2017 Blog Jumpstart Challenge -
Weltanschauung = Your Business Success
Weltanschuung Equals MY Business Success?
What does that mean in daily practice?
Vision and Philosophy can guarantee your business success.
Benjamin Franklin:  "By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail."
Henry Ford: "Before everything else, getting ready is the secret of success."
Dwight D. Eisenhower: "Plans are nothing; planning is everything."

Anonymous:  "Planning wiothout action is futile, action without planning is fatal."

Yogi Berra: If you don't know where you are going, you might not get there."
Alan Lakein: "Planning is bringing the future into the present so that you can
do something about it now."
Napoleon Hill:  … (4 comments)

ed silva: Perception Vs Reality When It Comes to Real Estate - 11/29/16 04:20 AM
Dear Readers -
Ed Silva's description of the reality of our days as REALTORS tells it like it is! Whether you work in Connecticut as he does or anywhere else across the US or Canada, he has described our lives as REALTORS.
Anyone who says they want to be in real estate to "make their own work hours" is correct - one may make one's own hours. BUT - they are not 10 am to 4 pm.
A successful REALTOR's hours are more like 6:00 am (to start the day by responding to emails from Clients) until 6:00 or even 9:00 … (3 comments)

ed silva: My Offer Was in First, Why Don't I Get the House - 03/10/16 05:30 AM
Dear Readers -
Ed Silva from Waterbury, Connecticut, nails the dilemma down solid in this post.
So many factors enter after an offer is submitted. Ed explains the various reasons in a readable and thorough manner. Check out other posts written by Ed Silva - lots to enjoy. Spring Around the Corner,  How Did You Find Me?,  and Working the Niche to Fuel Business are some examples.
Have a successful day -
PS -- If I haven't thanked you personally for following my writings, please accept my gratitude now. Your views and comments mean a lot to me.  L.
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