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  • Tax Time and Paper Management

    If you're like most agents you have a lot of paper to manage - which tends to lead to agents neglecting the management of their personal paperwork. If you're one of those agents who stresses out at tax time, we have some great tips for you that won't take...  more
  • Placement Using Feng Shui Can Help a Buyer be at Ease

    As a former Realtor of over 19 years, I was always intrigued by how a potential buyer came to their conclusion when looking at a particular home.  The psychology of making a purchase is fascinating.
    It was an easy "leap" for me to eventually own ...
  • Inventory Shortages - The Next Bubble?

    Is a housing shortage leading to the next inflated market or are the price increases caused by it really just the market continuing to find its new normal? We have some great facts to help alleviate housing bubble fears, so read on!
  • Net Net……Were You a Winner or a Loser??

    A lot has been said about Quantitative Easing (QE). In its varying renditions, with critical decisions made around a D.C. conference table, at the push of a button over $4 trillion staggering dollars have appeared out of thin air and been pumped into o...
  • The Changing Face of Real Estate: Lifestyle Housing

    Today we are seeing an increasing number of people who are not moving because they need to, but because their preferred lifestyle is what leading them to it. Here's the scoop on what that means for the real estate agent and how you can help your clients t...  more
  • What Other Realtors Have Challenges With

    On our call last week we covered more questions, more objections, and more challenges.. wanted to continue sharing with you:
    Objections we discussed this week:
    We want to list it high to leave room to negotiate:
    That makes sense and I can understand...
  • The Changing Face of Real Estate: Generational Housing

    An introduction to the evolving housing needs of today's four home buying generations. From Silent to Gen-Y, each of these generations has its own distinctive approach to housing that real estate agents should be aware of.
  • A Manager by Any Other Name, Just Not Babysitter

    Managing a real estate office is no easy thing, and unless you have a "specialist" that knows its nuances as your ally, you should evaluate the potential losses you haven't evaluated because of it.
  • The Changing Face of Real Estate: Micro Housing

    Urban markets are changing and what once raised an eyebrow - micro housing - is becoming an accepted trend. Read on to learn more about this trend and things to watch out for as it develops.
  • To Have A Team, Or Not?

    One of my individual coaching clients asked me to tell her the pros and cons of having a team.  I told her I would give it some thought and get back with her, I just wrote this to her and thought it may benefit some of you on some level at some po...