Gregg Tepper's (buymandeville) Blog

Real Estate Agent - Prudential Gardner
      I have investd a fair amount of money into my website, and I believe it is pretty cool. It is designed so people will leave a trail of contact information as they cruise the site. I have gotten many compliments on it over the last year. Last March I contracted a company to help boost my sea...
   Everyone who is not a realtor wants to know what is going on with the real estate market. While there are many answers to that question, and depending on where you live those answers may be positive or negative. The answers in St. Tammany Parish vary from lack of insurnace, to the hurricane se...
      I really love what I do. Before I ever got my real estate license, I would take my 2 sons and tour new construction homes and try to figure out which rooms were which. As a realtor, I enjoy finding good buys for people, the stress of negotiating, the satisfaction of selling a home quickly (...
      I followed up with an agent the other day who had showed one of my listings and she made the comment to me that she usually doesn't let people in her car unless they have a prequalification letter. I admired that, and I got to thinking about my own experiences, and one recent circumstance i...
I have only been selling real estate for one year, and by many standards I have been blessed. However, I have come to the conclusion (and my opinion may change in the future) that there is no magic formula to selling one's listings. Each situation is unique and presents its own challenges. There ...
I am a realtor.  With foreclosures on the rise I am working my way to get to know banks and secondary mortgage lenders better so I can list their repo's for sale. One mortgage friend I have in particular said it might be the attorneys who choose the realtor or broker to list the home for sale.   ...

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