kansas city: Classes, Paperwork and Books- oh my! - 05/29/07 03:01 AM
Man, there sure is a lot that goes into being a real esate agent huh?  I'm not sure what other states require, but in Kansas and Missouri, it seems like a lot.  I went in last week for some Post Licensing classes at Career Education and while the instructors are great, the material can be SOOOO boring! 
All of that being said, I find with each class I take, that I come to respect the real estate profession more and more.  As agents, we are responsible for A LOT!   It is important that clients find someone who actually knows what he/she is … (5 comments)

kansas city: Single Women Unite! - 05/08/07 02:49 AM
Did you know that more than 1 in 5 homes buyers last year were single women?  And according to Elizabeth Weintaub of About.com
Twice as many unmarried women are buying homes than single men. Single women make up more than one-third of the growth in real estate ownership since 1994. I think that is impressive!  She goes on to state the....
Top Three Reasons Unmarried / Single Women Buy a Home
Strong desire to own her own home. Need more space or want smaller home. Relocate closer to job, school or family I was a 19 year old single woman when I bought … (42 comments)

kansas city: Baby's first blog! - 04/25/07 01:20 AM
I feel like someone should be here to take my picture.  This is my very first blog! It was probably three months ago when Marti (my partner in crime) said, "Layna, do you know anything about blogging?"  As a 20 something I thought blogging was for emotionally unstable kids who needed to pour out their feelings onto the web.  I, apparently, was wrong. 
Cut to me, three months later sitting in a class taught by the one, the only, blogging legend himself Chris Lengquist.  Chris is our resident 1031 tax exchange, investment property guru around here, but he is also a very active blogger … (7 comments)

 

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