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   MULTI-GENERATIONAL MARKETING Sources: RECP Continuing Education Course; Senior Housing Specialist Course; NAR Surveys; NAHB Surveys; AARP Surveys     Discussion Questions: •·        Do generations make a difference? •·        Are all generations "equal"? •·        Do they all demand the same l...
10/25/2008
  Certified Office Overview   The Certified Office program was designed to bring MyGreenParachute to real estate offices on a local level - those who benefit most from the referrals, and can see the benefit of building a "referral army".  It is important to have strategic alliances with those bro...
10/25/2008
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The hardest job in the world, it seems Is just to make a start, And even when desire is strong, This is the toughest part.   You put off things that should be done, You wrestle with fear and doubt, But the only time your ship comes in, Is when you send it out!   You'll never win the prize you wa...
10/24/2008
Don't put your license in escrow...instead, sign up with us as a Key Agent, and refer all of your business to us at MGP. We then assign that referral to one of our seasoned professional agents who meet our stringent professional, transactional and experiential requirements, regardless of location...
10/21/2008
Can you imagine what kind of additional gross transactional income you could bring to your office by harnessing these lost transactions and client bases? Well we did imagine it and realized that there was a way for everyone involved to benefit from a program that captured these transactions at th...
10/21/2008
  As Managing Brokers, one of the major challenges we are currently facing revolves around agent retention. Let's not hide our heads in the sand...many agents are evaluating their current situation and making decisions regarding their future. In most markets this year, we saw their lead quantity ...
10/21/2008
As a fellow Managing Broker, I found myself frustrated with the amount of time, energy, and money we spent to get agents up to speed in our office, only to have them leave the business after 6 months or so having done little or no business. That's a lot of inactivity, lost revenue, and transacti...
10/20/2008
    Gratitude thanks: a feeling of being thankful for somebody doing something; feeling of thankfulness; an appreciation of a kindness; state of being grateful.   "Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos into orde...
10/15/2008
Top 10 Things I Know for Sure by Michael Angier   In an interview I watched recently, the interviewer asked, "What do you know for sure?" I was intrigued. And I knew I didn't want to be stalling for time if the question was ever asked of me. So I did some thinking about my answer. And I encourage...
10/15/2008
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1. Grab a calculator... 2. Key in the first three digits of your phone number (NOT the Area code)3. Multiply by 804. Add 15. Multiply by 2506. Add the last 4 digits of your phone number7. Add the last 4 digits of your phone number again. 8. Subtract 2509. Divide number by 2Do you recognize the an...
10/15/2008
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