Lance Winslow's Real Estate Topics Blog by Lance Winslow

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2008 

The opposite of good customer service is generally cosidered "no customer service at all" and this equates to many customers calling it; bad customer service. But really the opposite of good customer service is indifference, that is to say treating the customer like they are not even there. You k...
Posted about 6 years ago
Customer service is important in any business, we all know that and there can be no relevant debate. However what about the groups that the businesses all belong too? What about the Industry Associations or those small business chambers of commerce in each town; do they give good customer service...
Posted about 6 years ago
Can you imagine a Heaven on Earth or a Utopian Civilization for all mankind? Most of us can and, I ask wouldn't that be something worth building? Of course, something so great would take a lot of work to come to fruition and it would take a massive effort, which would indeed involve all of us. Su...
Posted about 6 years ago
When there is too much traffic the standard of living is cut short, more stress occurs, health issues ensue and of course, real estate becomes effected, sending folks fleeing to suburbs or from suburbs to new areas being developed. Next comes, urban flight and suburban sprawl as people run away a...
Posted about 6 years ago
Since the major part of a small business typically comes from business to business relations, it is essential to maintain a positive standing with the local business community.  It is of value to you to join as many business type organizations as possible in your town.  You should attend meetings...
Posted about 6 years ago
The Warren Buffet essays are as good for Corporate America as Milton Friedman's papers were for Free Markets or Henry Kissinger's essays for Foreign Affairs. The stuff Warren Buffet wrote about is timeless - they are old now, but could have been written yesterday. Remember he is old school not a ...
Posted about 6 years ago
If you run a company that sells a product or manufactures a specialty product then your advertising needs to signify to the customer that your products are of the highest quality and the best value. But, how can a company create advertising or a marketing program, which allows the consumer or the...
Posted about 6 years ago
Not long ago, outside of the Starbucks on Main Street there, I met a homeless man wearing an Aluminum Hat, and I asked him; "Nice Day isn't it?" and he said; "NO! It's raining." And then I thought well with the water supply issues, we can really use this rain activity, plus I thought I really lik...
Posted about 6 years ago
ActiveRainer Marchel Peterson, wrote a wonderful One-Year Anniversary Blog Post, which was 1550 words and it described all the wonderful business, professional and personal contacts that she had made here at ActiveRain in just one year! She titled her one-year anniversary post: My Active Rain Tes...
Posted about 6 years ago
One thing, that I have noticed on Active Rain is that when start blogging everyone around you is moving up in points very quickly, because they have just started and they are posting comments every day and blog posts extremely often. That makes sense right? However after you get up around 20,000 ...
Posted about 6 years ago
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Mr. Winslow uses the Active Rain Real Estate Industry Blog to discuss issues that affect the Real Estate sector of our economy. His dialogues include such things as; droughts, subprime lending fallout, building materials, living off the grid, sales ethics, commercial property, crime, revitalizing downtowns, economic development, community volunteerism, and predicting the future of the real estate markets in the United States.