Bob Courtney

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Real Estate Agent
As I start a new career in Real Estate it is exciting because the profession is changing from what I once perceived. You know, a time when a Realtor was considered the enemy of home owners and only interested in a commission. Today presents new ways to change that paradigm. With training programs like the CDPE and SFR designation we have the opportunity to be seen as consultants. With the advent of social media we have a tremendous opportunity to establish ourselves as professional marketers. After all the decision to sell will always be our clients. I am proud to be part of this change and this time in Real Estate. Each day I look forward to talking with prospects about their marketing opportunities with full knowledge of the options they have. Our clients are in a volatile time. Today we offer more than advise on what a listing price or offer should be. Today a Realtor is someone a person can call to get all their questions answered. The challenge is letting people know about this paradigm shift.

ARCHIVED BLOG POSTS

2010 

Tips to Help Avoid Foreclosure in Hawaii for 2011   Heading into the holiday season, you may have found some extra time to research how you can avoid foreclosure. If so, congratulations on taking the first and most important step in improving your situation—seeking help!   To be successful now an...
12/20/2010
With short sales making up so much of the current Real Estate market, I came across this blog by Dave Gubler, Orange County Real Estate.  It gives great information on the government program Home Affordable Foreclosure Alternative.  Take his advice if you think you may qualify.How To Qualify For ...
12/19/2010
   Avoid the negative financial impact of foreclosure on Kauai   Local CDPE-designated agent, Bob Courtney of CENTURY 21 ALL ISLANDS, has developed a website providing information describing several opportunities for homeowners to avoid the negative financial impact of foreclosure, starting with ...
12/07/2010
  Government Owned Mortgages Update Just heard Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae have ended their temporary ban on selling foreclosed homes.   They have cut ties with the law firm that supposedly forged document signatures and concealed some files from auditors.  The two government -sponsored entities (...
12/01/2010
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Robert Courtney

Century 21 All Islands, RA, CDPE, MCRE, CIAS
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