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  Bigger Market Better Choice Serving Clayton, NC and the Triangle Area Fonville Morisey Lead the Triangle Market in Resale Listings at 14% We have an Award winning Relcoation Dept. In-House Morgage Company Exclusive Warranty Program Free with all Listings I don't just List homes I sell them 85%...
02/14/2009
WHAT IS E-COMMERCE? You would be surprised but when asked most people don't really know what e-commerce is and its really just merely Business and Marketing online.Over the years since the technology boom e-commerce has emerged as the leader in business and marketing mainly because everyone who h...
03/24/2008
OK SO WE KEEP HEARING ON THE NEWS ALL ABOUT THE BUYERS MARKET YES WE KNOW, WE IN FACT AFTER ALL ARE REALTORS, HOWEVER YOU CAN'T EXACTLY HAVE THE POWER TO BUY UNLESS OF COURSE YOU DO TWO THINGS FIRST.  I HAVE HAD MANY BUYERS LATELY THAT WANT TO LOOK AT HOMES BECAUSE ITS A "BUYERS MARKET"  UNFORTUN...
03/14/2008
Curb AppealOne of the most important things in selling a home is first impressions and theres no better way to make a first impression than by making your home appealing from curbside.Lanscaping Planting a few flowers or plants can do a lot to a front yard.Pull dead plants and trim overgrown ones...
02/12/2008
Hi  I just had to talk about two Beautiful Properties in Chatham County.  This area is growing very fast and I had the wonderful opportunity to visit these properties yesterday with a good Friend Andy May who is a lender in the Raleigh Area.  he organized a Bus Tour of this area with luncheon and...
02/09/2008
A guy from New York dies and is sent to Hell. He had been a horrible man his entire life. The devil puts him to work breaking up rocks with a sledgehammer. To make it worse, he cranks up the temperature and the humidity. After a couple of days, the devil checks in on his victim to see if he is su...
02/07/2008
  Unilateral Contract vs. Bilateral Contract.A real estate sales contract is a "bilateral" (two-way) agreement. The seller agrees to sell, and the buyer agrees to buy. Compare this with an option; an option is a unilateral (one-way) agreement in that the seller is obligated to sell, but the buyer...
02/07/2008
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