knoxville: I am moving from the mortgage and real estate business to the sign business - 07/03/09 09:25 AM
If anyone needs a quote for signs large or small, I understand the personal needs of realtors. Let me know!
 
Vernon Corum, Jr.
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knoxville: If you live in TN, I need a real estate broker! - 11/29/07 10:58 AM
 
I am in desperate need of a Broker in TN to help me start my Real Estate business. I need a place to hang my license in 2008. Our state is without a broker for GRM and I need to get someone for my personal business. You can go look at the business opportunity page. If this is not for you, then forward to another broker you may know... I am desperate.
Full details are available at www.knoxvilleleadershipnetwork.com
 
Thanks
Vernon Corum, Jr.
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knoxville: to myspace or not to myspace - 11/27/07 02:09 PM
 
How many networking sites do real estate agents and mortgage professionals need? I have many ways for people to find me, but what I am also finding is that my name and information at the top of google and other search engines open me up to all kinds of unwanted spam and phone calls (even though I am on the do not call list). Most tell me that they found my name on this site or another networking site at their disposal. Is this this annoying? Some what, but the benefits are pretty tremendous so far. I have had many other … (4 comments)

knoxville: coming soon... Zero Church- www.zerochurch.orgMeet one of the founders - 10/28/07 03:48 AM
Meet a founding member of Zerochurch a ministry that reaches out to hurting young people and young adults. 
VernonCorum
He first and foremost a husband of one Jeannette Mills Corum and Father of three: Bryce Houston, Jake Austin and Seth Eli. Vernon is very comfortable just coaching sports and spending time with my kids. What he is paid to do is a little more confusing to describe because he holds three jobs.
First, a job at Pittsburgh Paints (www.ppg.com) as a paint sales specialist which is the job that pays the bills and keeps him from starving. Second, Vernon aspires to having his … (0 comments)

knoxville: Way to Go TODD HELTON of the Colorado Rockies (fountain city's own) - 10/11/07 03:04 PM
 
It is great to see a hometown boy make it in the bigs! Todd Helton and his team the Colorado Rockies are playing unbelievable baseball. We are very proud of him here in Fountain City, TN.  Other greats have come from our little town, including Tina Wesson the winner of Survival.
I hope that Todd and the Rockies go far in the playoffs. He is a nice guy and deserves to be where he is! He is a former high school football/baseball player locally at Central high school. He attended the University of Tennessee as a baseball/football player. He was instrumental … (0 comments)

knoxville: $3.00 gas, $5.00 milk and the buyer's/seller's right to operate in this market without paying a fee - 09/22/07 01:16 PM
 
Recently, I went to the store and bought a $5.00 dollar gallon of milk and then went out and filled up my SUV with $3.00 dollar per gallon gas all the while thinking that it was highway robbery. I thought for a moment, that I could milk my own cow or even ride a bicycle for alot less money.... I got to thinking about how the good ole days were when my wife and I were spending $30.00 per week for groceries and when we bought a house for 8.5% interest in the mid 1990's then 8 years later the house sold … (7 comments)

knoxville: $3.00 gas, $5.00 milk and the buyer's/seller's right to operate in this market without paying a fee - 09/22/07 01:16 PM
 
Recently, I went to the store and bought a $5.00 dollar gallon of milk and then went out and filled up my SUV with $3.00 dollar per gallon gas all the while thinking that it was highway robbery. I thought for a moment, that I could milk my own cow or even ride a bicycle for alot less money.... I got to thinking about how the good ole days were when my wife and I were spending $30.00 per week for groceries and when we bought a house for 8.5% interest in the mid 1990's then 8 years later the house sold … (0 comments)

knoxville: $3.00 gas, $5.00 milk and the buyer's/seller's right to operate in this market without paying a fee - 09/22/07 01:16 PM
 
Recently, I went to the store and bought a $5.00 dollar gallon of milk and then went out and filled up my SUV with $3.00 dollar per gallon gas all the while thinking that it was highway robbery. I thought for a moment, that I could milk my own cow or even ride a bicycle for alot less money.... I got to thinking about how the good ole days were when my wife and I were spending $30.00 per week for groceries and when we bought a house for 8.5% interest in the mid 1990's then 8 years later the house sold … (4 comments)

knoxville: a five part business life strategy I live by - 09/11/07 01:26 PM
 
A great teacher once said love your maker with all your heart, soul, mind and strength and love your neighbor as yourself.
Without getting ultra-religious on you, I want to share my five part business life strategy I live by. I will submit this blog in five parts.
First things first, I question self made people. I know that what it is like to hit rock bottom. I also know it took alot of faith, people and friends to get me to the place I am today. I like to find out who makes an individual. Many people have a maker that they have chosen … (0 comments)

knoxville: No Desk fees or Franchise Fees for Realtors and Mortgage Brokers All States - 09/10/07 11:56 AM
 
Here is the new link to my ad I posted a couple of days ago. http://www.knoxvilleleadershipnetwork.com
I had left off the Http:// to make a link to my actual site.
 
We are looking for professionals who are already established and have team members who are ready to expand and grow the business from the beginning.
We are also looking for those new to real estate/ mortgage business who want to build their own business for a small fee.
All training is provided through our web site.
Vernon Corum, Jr.
 
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knoxville: To news or not to news? - 09/07/07 01:17 PM
 
 That is the question I am asking myself thes days.... To news or not to news?
Recently, I stopped watching the local evening news, CNN, Fox and reading newspapers or headlines on my internet provider. I wanted to experiment on how the news effects my life. It seems that the news media has turned to negativity and doomsday sway. I wanted to see how my everyday life would be lived without the information I was so addicted to disappeared.
As I have stated before, I work in a paint store. Yes, I am one of those "part-timers" in the real estate market. Many day … (2 comments)

knoxville: Paint's healthy alternative- Low or no VOC's - 08/30/07 02:15 PM
 
There is a nasty little secret about many household products including paints. Most paints have volatile organic compounds (VOCs) which are emitted as gases from certain solids or liquids. VOCs include a variety of chemicals, some of which may have short- and long-term adverse health effects.
BUT, I have good news many paint companies offer a no voc or low voc product. In the paint business, we continue to move away from alkyd or oil based products because they are full of solvents and VOCs and basically are unhealthy. The alternative is to use latex products. Now, many companies have formulated low VOCs … (1 comments)

knoxville: Painting your home - 08/09/07 03:38 PM
As I begin to transition into Real Estate, I must work a job to pay the bills until I am established. I spend about ten and a half hours per day working in a paint store in Knoxville, TN. I am in a designer/retail/higher end clientel store where many people come into the store fretting over colors. We offer several options to these type people whether they are building a new home, remodeling, repainting. First of all, new construction clients who are getting custom homes are the most likely the one's who are stressing about matching colors to their personal taste. … (4 comments)

 

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