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As the dreaded tax filing deadline comes ever closer, real estate agents find themselves in a familiar position: how to pay as little tax as possible to Uncle Sam while staying off the radar of the ever-watchful IRS.We decided to make a list of seven tax mistakes that real estate professionals ma...
There has been a movement over the past decade or so that you may have become aware of. It involves people who want their homes (and themselves) to be prepared in case a natural disaster or man-made catastrophe were to strike and they would need to be self-reliant for an extended period of time.T...
Working with Realtors for decades through commission advances has given me a unique window behind the scenes of the real estate business. In that time I've seen both good and bad family working relationships. Here are a few of the things to consider before you go down the path of setting up a fam...
Being in the business of commission advances we're often met with a lot of confusion among real estate professionals. What are they? Who gets them and why? What’s the catch, if any, involved? This lack of familiarity has at times lead some agents to make assumptions that simply are not borne out ...
You’ve heard it all before — buyers and sellers don’t need an agent, spring is the only time to sell, to heck with an inspection…the list goes on.There are many myths floating around that are simply not true. In order to keep everyone informed on the buying and selling process, here are six real ...