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Imagine you and your main squeeze packing your bags and heading off to vacation for 2 weeks. No appointments, no schedules, LOVE IT! You're leaving tecnology & real estate BEHIND! Who watches and cares for your business while you're gone? How do you compensate them? Imagine a fellow agent asking ...
Not too long ago I submitted an offer on a listing. Soon afterwards the other agent contacted my loan officer. To be perfectly honest, I was surprised. Not too many agents verify pre-approval letters. When I do the questions are basic: 1. Is the buyer self-employed? 2. Is the buyer limping in wi...
Texas is without question a "Red state." There's no shortage of Obama jokes. People talk about their dislike for him non-stop. It's not uncommon to drive down the road and see multiple cars with the NOBAMA sticker on the back window. You get the idea. It's hard to not partake in the conversation ...
Recently I submitted an offer for one of my buyers. The listing agent provided us a counter to our offer. With the Listing Agents email was a 2 paragraph email from her seller explaining her health problems which included, clogged arteries, high medical bills and an alleged hurt ankle. The Seller...
In Texas we submit offers, not contracts. So what is a contract? The difference between the two is very different. An offer isn't a contract because the seller hasn't signed it and there isn't an execution date. Every state and mkt can be different. Different terminology is used for the same exac...