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Real Estate Agent - RE/MAX of Valencia CA - Paris911 - BRE# 01238257
This is our ActiveRain contribution blog. We were one of the First Real Estate teams to join The "rain" and have been able to learn, write, comment, read, add value to, and digest with some of the most influential Real Estate Leaders writings that this World has to offer. You might be a Buyer, Seller or someone that shares a terrible "world view" of Real Estate agents. If that is the case, I totally get that. In fact, when you look around on the "rain" you will find that most of the Realtors that contribute and write on AR are on your side. That is why we do this. Given enough time, we will turn the world view that real estate agents are crooks, dishonest, and money grubbing around to what it should be. We are doing this service because we don't want to see anyone harmed with the purchase or conveying of Real Property. It should be something that causes one to prosper. Being the conduit for someone fulfilling the "American Dream" should never be taken for granted.

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2007 

How does Proper Sight Alignment relate to Real estate.  Understanding how sights are designed is very important to the shooter.  They also need to know the sights have limitations.  Example, the only parts of the sights that are measured and cut within specific tolerances are the tops of the sigh...
04/30/2007
The Grip as it relates to holding a hand fired or shoulder fired weapon is essentially the same.  You do not want to over do it, thereby inducing muscle tremors.  You want to have about 60-80% of your maximum grip wrapped around the stocks.  If you are at your maximum amount of grip then you will...
04/29/2007
"Your foundation is everything."  A key component is how a person is standing, if you are fanning your feet angled to your sides 180 degrees, you will easily fall over.  You want to distribute your weight about 50/50 on both your front and rear legs (if shooting Weaver).  There are a few schools ...
04/28/2007
Digest these: There are seven key elements to marksmanship that have been established and are currently taught as part of the LAPD firearms training program.  1.Stance, 2. Grip, 3. Sight Alignment, 4. Sight Picture, 5. Breath Control, 6. Trigger Control, 7 Follow through.If you look at these seve...
04/27/2007
I wrote my first blog not too long ago.  It was responded to by a lender who happened to like what I had written.  It is funny how life goes and the path's that it takes sometimes.  I was able to meet this man in person.  Martin Rodriguez came to my office and what was funny, was that we talked v...
04/26/2007
I am glad I got those mouse pads!  This is a daily routine unsupported back bridge, I hold for a count of 300, the slower I count the better.  I can usually have my nose on the ground, but the pants and fact that I was in a hurry (only having 30 seconds to get into position, 14-15 takes later LOL...
04/25/2007
So, there I was thinking about a marketing strategy that would encompass what we are about at Paris911, then I became distracted and started to play with my camera that has a 30 second timer.The interesting part is that I found a new use for the Paris911 mouse-pads we had made, besides for a mous...
04/24/2007
There were quite a few close encounters that I had in the past 17 years with the LAPD.  Some of which I choose not to even remember or talk about.  Some of which caused memory loss, punctured lung and some missing ribs, 8-12-1992, 110 fry and Hill St. Police Motorcycle (me) VS. Car and Freeway wa...
04/18/2007
So, here is something fun, almost every-time I call an agent to inquire about a property that I am checking availability on, it is told to me that they have an offer coming in and I should hurry.A couple of days goes by and my buyers are now going to write an offer.  I call the agent on the same ...
04/09/2007
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