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RECENT BLOG POSTS
I am sure most of you have read the controversial Part I and Part II Of this blog post, if not, you can easily source back part I in my blog history, and part II in Tom Bashe's blog post. 90% of the comments were for the most part in agreeance, and about 10% just didn't grasp the ethical issues, ...
09/16/2010
*Disclaimer* This is a topic I have been wanting to write about for quite some time, and whether you agree with my opinions or not, please take the time to read the reasons why, and digest the information, before commenting. First off, let me start by telling you who this blog is NOT FOR: This bl...
09/15/2010
I will rarely blog about sports, but after watching the San Diego Chargers lose last night to the lowly Kansas City Chiefs last night, A.J. Smith needs to suck it up, and sign Vincent Jackson to the contract he deserves! Why is it our Owners of Pro Sports teams in San Diego never can spend money ...
09/14/2010
My good friend Tom Bashe posted this photo, and it put a smile on my face. Whether you agree with the view or not, it is still worth a laugh! Its quite funny, I am not often into politics, as the conversation often turns ugly pretty fast regardless if it is with colleagues, family or friends, but...
09/14/2010
This topic comes up quite often at my weekly get together I have with a group of brokers and agents I regulary work and communicate with. I am interested to see local feedback from agents and brokers, along with consumers thoughts! Do they care what you wear?A few of the blogs I've read lately to...
09/13/2010
I can't turn on the news as of late, or open up the New York Times, without seeing a doom gloom article stating how the market is going to go into a "double dip" and that prices will plummet once again. And if I am seeing this, I can only assume the consumers are reading the exact same thing. The...
09/12/2010
Our latest project is a 2 bedroom, 3 bathroom Townhome located in Los Angeles County in the city of Gardena. We purchased this Townhome from the bank for $113,500. We put a little under $12,000 in rehab into the unit, from new flooring, paint, appliances, landscaping, etc. Our agent put it on the...
09/12/2010
I wrote a blog on this a long time ago, and sadly, the topic comes up again as I sit here tonight listing out all the reasons I really wish to bring this topic back to light once again Our market is still an REO driven market, we still have about 25% of all active listings in our area being eithe...
09/12/2010
Lots of good ideas in this blog! Whether or not your business is down, up, or non existent, everyone can take several useful ideas away from this blog, I for one will implement all 10 ideas! Great blog, and I wanted to re-share this with the AR community![POST UPDATED] This post is inspired by Br...
09/12/2010
I enjoyed reading Tom Bashe with SCA Real Estate's FEATURED blog post when he posed the question of whether RainCamp was worth it or now. Now mind you, we already had planned on going regardless of what the feedback was, but it was a great feeling to see the overwhelming positive response! Now I ...
09/12/2010
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