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I received a new listing flyer last week for a home in the neighborhood. It was such a disservice to the sellers. Not only did the agent use an inkjet printer to print the flyer, but the agent used regular copy paper and tried to save on ink usage by printing the flyer in what appeared to be fas...
For those that remember my blog about two weeks ago regarding open houses, guess what? The agent that had the very successful open house placed her sign in the yard next door on Monday and this evening, she was back placing an “under contract” rider on the sign after holding a two hour open house...
Headlines across the country prove that a career in real estate can be hazardous to your health. A tragic story is the most recent wake-up call to agents to protect ourselves in the field.Full Story: http://realtytimes.com/rtapages/20060913_safetyweek.htm
It's been illegal to discriminate in housing and finance for decades and yet past practices still impact the marketplace -- and impoverish us all. Peter G. Miller comments: Full Story: http://realtytimes.com/rtcpages/20060912_discrimhobb.htm
by Jason LeisterWhy do you have a real estate website? Is it because everyone else has one or because you've been told that you must be "on the internet?"Full Story: http://realtytimes.com/rtapages/20060906_websitepurpose.htmThis is a Realty Times Article. If you are not a subscriber, you are mis...
Have you ever had a favorite blogger or website that provided you with information every day? Several months ago, a friend of mine introduced me to Feed Readers. I must say, this is a must have if you are not using it. I have my Feed Reader setup to update and notify me every time a new feed is ...
As business professionals, we are often confused with the concept of managing time. To correctly place the term in to perspective, we do not manage time, we manage activities. Sometimes, we just don’t understand our job description; we don’t know exactly which activity we should accomplish each d...