israel emory: Tax strategy savings webinar - 07/15/08 10:00 AM

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israel emory: What will waiting do for you? - 07/13/08 09:58 AM
In today's new real estate market the time for hesitation is past. Now is the time for action. To take advantage of the new market, the reality is clear-don't wait:
If you are ready to move to a home where you would rather live; If you can afford a conventional fixed-rate loan; If you plan to live there or own it for several years; now is the right time to move or buy a first home, second home or rental. Waiting rarely pays off for many reasons. Recent SalesHomes are selling Fort Myers and in southwest Florida. Yes, there is more … (0 comments)

israel emory: Who's riding the foreclosure bus? - 07/10/08 04:08 AM
It seems in recent months that there are some interesting innovations in marketing coming to our industry. The advancement of the web has put potential homebuyers right on the sofa of their new living room through the use of virtual tours. The use of call capture has homesellers knowing who is interested in their property. Partnering with the travel industry has developers bringing in buyers worldwide. Even the market we are in has brought about a need for adaptation. Now, we have the foreclosure bus!
Entrepreneurial agents are contacting investors, rounding them up and putiing them on a chartered luxury bus. … (9 comments)

israel emory: How to use less energy and still pay the same. - 07/09/08 10:34 AM
If you are a Florida Power customer you might be asking that question in the months ahead. The Florida Public Service Commission approved Florida Power & Light Company request to increase their customer's electric costs to offset unanticipated fuel costs. Reports are that the increase will be approximately 8%.The FPL news release does offer the following ways to reduce your electricity usage.
Cool your home at 78 degrees or warmer with the thermostat fan switch on "auto." For additional savings, raise your thermostat to 82 degrees or warmer when you're away from home. Install a programmable thermostat to adjust the temperature … (0 comments)

israel emory: Less agents, doing more right. - 07/09/08 10:27 AM
So it's a beautiful day in sw Florida, birds are out, sun is shining at least part of the time and buyers are out there. I get a call from a buyer who asks me "I have about a million dollars liquid right now, got any good deals?"
Well of course I could find some good deals! So I proceed to find him a 1785 sq ft home with a pool, built in '06. The property was bank owned and the LA had it listed for $120,000.
My buyer loved the house as an investment property and asked me to prepare the … (1 comments)

israel emory: More jobs in the GO Zone - 07/09/08 06:05 AM
 A new retail development opening in D'Iberville is expected to create many new jobs for this Mississippi gulf coast town. This is great news for and area 3 years removed from the ravages of  Hurricane Katrina.
The developers plan to officially break ground Tuesday for The Promenade retail center in D'Iberville. About 1,000 jobs will be created and The Promenade is expected to generate more than $185 million in annual retail sales.
"We believe The Promenade will serve to revitalize the area and create a much needed retail hub and service district for the D'Iberville community," said Stephen Lebovitz, president of … (0 comments)

israel emory: More opportunity in the Go Zone - 07/01/08 05:11 AM
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israel emory: Go Zone is heating up again - 07/01/08 05:00 AM
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israel emory: Luxury property pre-release - 06/30/08 03:38 PM
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