las vegas: The Best Tech Find in 2009...Already?? - 01/22/09 04:21 PM
I know its early in 2009 but I think the best tech tip of the year is this one. 
 
Slydial is a new technology allowing one to call people straight to their voice mail and never have to get caught in a wasteful or uncomfortable conversation.  It is free (listen to commercials) or pay only $25/yr for unlimited. 
>>Got a seller you need to update but do not want to get caught up in some crazy conversation about dwarf orange trees in the neighbors yard - Slydial.
>>Got 12 sellers to update on their listings and only 15 minutes to … (2 comments)

las vegas: The Seven Wonders of the World - 12/19/07 03:31 AM
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las vegas: 33 Things to Do (When there's nothing to do) - 12/14/07 01:49 AM
33 Things to Do (When there's nothing to do)
It takes money to make money. We hear it everyday. But does it really? Here's a list of activities one can do to boost business without spending hardly a dollar. I liken to electives. Do not have an appointment scheduled? Perform a few of these items below to continue your growth and opportunity in your business.
Plan and write your schedule for tomorrow Call a friend or client and ask for referrals visit http://www.rismedia.com/ Preview new listings in your farm Preview new home models Review and role play scripts and dialogues Review local news … (13 comments)

las vegas: Live Inspired! - 12/12/07 02:56 AM
Take Time Out Today
Let's take a time out from inspiring ourselves today to have a little fun, send some gratitude and enjoy this holiday season.
First - Let's say thanks! http://www.letssaythanks.com/ This is a website set and paid by Xerox to send cards of thanks to our troops serving abroad. The cards are custom cards designed by kids around the United States and its easy to select one design, write a message and then send. It's free and obligatory (my opinion) to say thanks to those who ensure our freedom. Freedom is not free.
Second - Elf Yourself http://www.elfyourself.com/?id=1315028397 Many of … (2 comments)

las vegas: Live Inspired - 11/21/07 03:25 AM
Thanksgiving
***Thanksgiving is the most important holiday of the year for me.  My career in real estate is a result of a literal life-changing event in January 1992 - the sudden death of my father.  The previous Thanksgiving was the last time I saw my dad.  I was supposedly attending Arizona State University at the time and working full time with gemstones.  Due to the demands of retail and the holidays, I had chosen to remain in Arizona for the holiday but my dad would not have any of that.  I flew home Wednesday night and flew back 24 hours later.  I should … (1 comments)

las vegas: My Dog Can Walk on Water - 11/09/07 05:04 AM
There was a hunter who came into the possession of a special bird dog. The dog was the only one of its kind, because it can walk on water. One day he invited a friend to go hunting with him so that he could show off his prized possession. After some time, they shot a few ducks, which fell into the river. The man ordered his dog to run and fetch the birds. The dog ran on water to fetch the birds. The man was expecting a compliment about the amazing dog, but did not receive it. Being curious, he asked … (4 comments)

las vegas: Google and Keywords - 11/09/07 03:51 AM
Google has launched a free phone directory assistance line. Here is how it works......
- Dial the phone number 1-800-GOOG-411 (1-800-466-4411)- State the City and State- State the business or business type- The service will find it and connect you, FOR FREE!
All of the other services I have seen require you to send a text message. With upcoming laws changing, soon it will be illegal to send a text message while driving. With this, all you are doing is making a phone call. So your safety isn't compromised. You can find out more at www.google.com/goog411/
Thanks to Tyler Lien with RE/MAX Excalibur for … (5 comments)

las vegas: Do Today - 09/05/07 05:28 PM
"Procrastination is the fear of success. People procrastinate because they are afraid of the success that they know will result if they move ahead now. Because success is heavy, carries a responsibility with it, it is much easier to procrastinate and live on the "someday I'll" philosophy." Denis Waitley
"There are two primary choices in life: to accept conditions as they exist, or accept the responsibility for changing them." Denis Waitley
"When it is obvious that the goals cannot be reached, don't adjust the goals, adjust the action steps." Confucius
The bottom of the market happened today.  Tomorrow, prices will begin to increase and … (6 comments)

las vegas: Are You in Your Way? - 08/29/07 03:47 PM
He who rejects change is the architect of decay. The only human institution which rejects progress is the cemetery . ~Harold Wilson
I am certainly not one of those who need to be prodded. In fact, if anything, I am the prod. ~Winston Churchill
I dream my painting , and then I paint my dream . ~Vincent Van Gogh
What is the difference? 2 agents in the same company produce dramatically different results. They both have the same goals. One falls miserably short, the other surpasses it by more than 40%. What is the difference in the agents?
They have the … (4 comments)

las vegas: Shine! - 08/29/07 05:25 AM
A simple message today. What is written below has been incorrectly credited to Nelson Mandela as part of his 1994 Inauguration Speech. It was in fact written by Marianne Williamson, an author.
It is beautiful regardless. Read these words. Change your perspective.
" Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small … (2 comments)

las vegas: Being Your Best? - 08/29/07 05:22 AM
Lou Holtz is one of the most successful college football coaches in history. He is an accomplished speaker and author as well. Holtz led Notre Dame to the 1988 national championship and remains 11th on the NCAA all-time win list for Division I-A coaches. Holtz took his Notre Dame teams to nine straight New Year's Day bowl games from 1987 through ‘95 and coached the Irish to finishes of sixth or better in the final Associated Press poll in five seasons. I guess you could say he knows how to win. Here are a few choice few quotes from Lou Holtz."Life … (2 comments)

las vegas: D.R.E.A.M - 08/28/07 05:58 PM
The RE/MAX Broker Owner Summer Conference afforded me the opportunity to meet and be captivated by a man who is a Katalyst for change, Kevin Carroll. You can meet Kevin at http://www.kevincarrollkatalyst.com/. Kevin started the rubber bands concept you see people wearing these days on their wrists. Most people credit the Livestrong campaign with starting the wristband motion. They made it mainstream. Kevin started it as a pet project in the Nike Corporation. The bands were created to represent DREAM. It is an acronym for the ingredients for achieving dreams and goals. Read on~
D.R.E.A.M
D=dedicationR=responsibilityE=educationA=attitudeM=motivation
You must have dedication to achieve anything in … (0 comments)

las vegas: Resale market turnaround? - 02/13/07 02:24 AM
Market activity is picking up.  Last week was the the most active since the first of the year in new pending sales.  With a significant increase in listing inventory (new listings to the market) our pending index still moved to more positive territory.
From a home builders perspective.  Through the grapevine I am aware that a large home builder in Las Vegas expects the resale market to make a rebound in the summer and continue through the end of 2007.  Back in May2006 new home permits began to dwindle in response to huge inventory of new homes and forecasted reduced new home … (0 comments)

las vegas: January 2007 Monthly Median Report - 02/12/07 04:10 PM
Monthly Median/Inventory ReportPrepared by RE/MAX Advantage.  Exclusive to RE/MAX Advantage.
January 2007
Marketwide MLS Median Price$302,000
3 typical homes                                                           vs 2006
1500sfMedian price    $264,900  ($287500 ~ 2006)                   down 7.9%Avg DOM         74          (50 ~ 2006)                              up 48%
2000sfMedian price   $340,000  ($356,000 ~ 2006)                  down 4.5%Avg DOM         81           (71 ~ 2006)                            up 12.5%
2500sfMedian price   $430,000  ($450,000 ~ 2006)                  down 4.7%Avg DOM         127         (64 ~ 2006)                            up 98.4%
Copyright 2007.  All data is prepared by Tim Kuptz for use by RE/MAX Advantage and its agents. Median price determined +/- 25sf of subject.  MLS areas 101-606.  SFR homes only. 
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las vegas: Las Vegas Weekly Snapshot - 02/12/07 03:22 PM
Weekly Snapshot 2/12/2007
Created by RE/MAX Advantage for RE/MAX Advantage.The last 7 days of the Las Vegas valley marketplace
Total Listings               SFR      15865 (+257/week)                                 Condo   4652   (+111/week)                                 Total     20149 (+368/week)                                             (up 1756 (9.4%) since 1/1)
Vacant units                SFR      42%                                 Condo  53%                                 Total    44%   
Total Pendings            SFR       2586    (+113/week)                                 CONDO  510      (+14/week                                 Total     3096    (+127/week)
Pending Index                      151 (147 last week // 153 on 1/5/2007)
Supply(months)                    12.16
January Solds                       1657 (more than December and November)
Monday's 30yr fixed              6.25% 1pt origination                                          Unchanged from last week
Interesting points for the week
• New listings in the last 7 days are the second highest number since the first of the year. 
• Pending index while lower than the beginning … (0 comments)

 

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