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Author Bio: With over 21 years of experience in real estate, Jon’s knowledge of the real estate market and real estate industry is exceptional. Jon started investing in real estate before he decided to obtain his Real Estate Salesperson's License. Jon currently lives in Long Beach California; Jon is a native of Long Beach & has deep passion for Long Beach California and its rich culture. Jon provides the best local area and relocation information, tips for the investors, buyers, and sellers, current market reports, mortgage rates and much more…..
RECENT BLOG POSTS
  In Life & In Our Business “Tolerant Words and Self-Control…     When confronting difficulties, whether it is in our business, (and or) in life there are certain expectation that’s upon us on how to best deal with the problem. There’s no doubt most all parents expect their children to act ac...
08/19/2014
  Potential Homebuyers Big Turn-Offs     If you are about to sell your home, the last thing you want to do is rub potential homebuyers the wrong way. Here are four turn-offs that a home-seller needs to avoid when selling their home.   Pricing a home too high is one of the biggest mistakes a home-...
08/16/2014
SoCal Long Beach ActiveRain Summertime Meet-up August 13th, 2014     The SoCal Long Beach Meet-up is tomorrow and Will Allen and I hope SoCal Rainmakers are ready to meet-up and have some fun. The meet-up takes place on 2nd Streets in Belmont Shore at Legends Sports Bar, and the fun begins at 1 o...
08/12/2014
  Ignoring What’s Right In Spite of What’s Wrong…     Do you allow what’s wrong to overshadow what’s right? Hopefully, you don’t and here’s why. The last thing you want to do is let problems consume your attention, especially when you have so many things that go well in your life. Becoming fixate...
08/11/2014
  Pete X Knows How to Do it Right…     Meet-ups don’t get any better as Pete X was the perfect host. My hat goes off to Pete, and I want to thank him for hosting the coolest meet-up for a few lucky AR members.   I got in my car at 11:30 so I would not be late. I was super excited driving to the S...
08/08/2014
  Can Non-Techie Agents Survive in the Real Estate Business?     The average age of a Realtor® is 9 years older than I. And that puts the median age of a Realtor® at 57 years old. The NAR explains the reason why 57 is the average age of a Realtor® is because Realtors® are putting off retirement a...
08/06/2014
    Will Allen understands the importance of a valuable commodity, as well as having the best tools at our fingertips. It doesn’t matter if you’re an agent, broker, title rep, lender, home-stager, property inspector, and or have anything to do with real estate “ActiveRain” is the hottest real est...
08/06/2014
  The Real Estate Industry “Blame Games”     Any way you slice it, the blame game is ugly. I am not a big fan of the blame game, but it seems “the blame game” is taking center stage right now in the real estate industry.   Do Realtors blame the NAR for not doing enough for them? Does the NAR blam...
08/05/2014
  The Benefit of Ice in Your Cup…     How do you approach the day? The way you manage each day says a lot about you! Those that have an optimistic attitude are genuinely happier than those that have a pessimistic.   I came across this illustration that spoke loudly too me. I mentioned in a post y...
08/01/2014
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  What Makes You Leap?     Sometimes a picture can speak louder than words can. And if that statement is true “this picture speaks loudly” or at least it does for me.   I came across this picture and it hit me like a ton of bricks. I want to share this picture as it really inspires me. Most of th...
07/31/2014
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