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I'm thinking that my 2011 goals are what I'm doing to get ready for change, rather than having a "resolution" - I'll plan my year, and work harder than ever and make my clients very happy, I'll have goals for my business and for my personal life and as long as I'm making friends along the way, it...
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Preheat oven to 400 Ingredients: 3/4 bag frozen stringy hashbrowns3 oz chicken broth2 T olive or canola oil1/2 small onionLemon Pepper2 cups mexican shredded cheese1 hot and 1 regular 12 oz sausage tube (recommended: Jimmy Dean brand)1 10 oz frozen spinach OR 1/2 frozen bag broccoli florets10 egg...
I first lived in Simi Valley in 1986 for 12 yrs and moved away for 11 and just came back in 2009! I had never researched the history of Simi much, besides going to the old train depot off Santa Susana road. Living in the knolls I tried finding more history about the santa susana knolls and have...
This year, with the kids in blended families and getting older, we are not always able to do the traditional Christmas Dinner. Coordinating my kids, my sisters kids and so on and so on was a feat this year, so I decided to do a breakfast instead and all were good with that! I remember way too m...
This is for Anyone Selling their home, but then again, it works for anyone wanting to decorate in a classic style! by Sue Wallace Brown on Monday, November 22, 2010 at 7:36am The key to holiday decorating is to keep it simple, high quality and of course, color-coordinated. If you plan on stagi...
Happy Thanksgiving and Seasons greetings. I am thankful for a new start back in my home town, I'm thankful for my fiance's support, for my loving children (3), for our health and positive outlook on life and so much more. What are you thankful for??
How many families are more apt to wait until after the holidays at this point? My clients were waiting until after the election, now they're waiting til after the holidays. I hope to be very busy after the holidays. Some Realtors don't work through the holidays, I will be happy to help anytime...
Now that I left the Antelope Valley, and came back to where I lived 11 years ago, what or where should I start meeting Buyers and Sellers? Bars? Starbucks? Door Knocking? I'd like to hear what successful Realtors who enter a new marketplace are doing. Thanks, Sue Brown
UPDATE: Thanks for the advice all, I decided to stay with RE/MAX, and will pursue my own Broker's License so that I may do Property Management under RE/MAX - Any advice to a newby getting into Property Management. I'm not all that new to it actually leased apts, managed a 10 unit building, manag...