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“If you can laugh together, you can work together.” -- Robert Orben This quote got me thinking today.  How many parties are involved in a Real Estate transaction?  It's not just buyer and seller.  It's not just the title company and bank.  There will be at least 1 appraiser, an underwriter, a loa...
08/20/2010
Wow, I know we all have stories, but this one is at the top of the list for me!  I had to wait for a bit to process everything, but I think now we can all have something to learn from my experience. Here's the story in brief: Great buyer with great credit buying an above average home for our mark...
08/18/2010
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I just wanted to write and let Active Rain know that I am greatly appreciative of their FREE advertising and information!  What a wonderful tool!  I can blog and instantly see results in my searchability in Google.  I have my blog connected to my website and am honestly, truely grateful.  It's no...
07/26/2010
I was walking the halls the other day and overheard someone saying something along the lines of "God, I'm glad I'm not a new agent during THIS market."  My stomach rolled!  I couldn't believe that anyone would assume two things: one, that it would ever be an easy time to start a business that tot...
06/08/2010
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...And I'm not just talking about the weather!  Real Estate is a great business to be in!  There are so many avenues to create income, meet new friends, get encouragement, and learn new things!  Did you know that AHS pays you to sell their home warranty?  Did you know that BPO's have turned into ...
06/07/2010
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It is imperative today that the buyers in this market understand multiple benefits for them in today's market and economy.  First of all buyers need to realize the time that it takes to properly negotiate a contract.  There are huge financial advantages to going back and forth with a seller.  The...
12/09/2008
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Amazingly enough, I am still seeing consumer greed in a real estate market that is being devistated by the fact that the public bought homes they couldn't afford.  Sure, the banks shouldn't loan above where people can afford, but we have to take responsibility for our own actions. My truest frust...
11/30/2008
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During recent studies it was found that 50% of people who lose their home to foreclosure have never been in contact with their lender!  Amazingly enough, over 30% of the people who have been contacting their banks have avoided forclosure, and it is now public knowledge that more than 30% would be...
11/26/2008
Should we believe the news or the agents.  I hear so many different sides of the story..."we need to wait to sell until the market picks up" "the market is fine, I'm doing great, don't listen to the doomsday talk."  Well, let me tell you what I have experienced...people are still buying homes in ...
07/06/2008
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