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I am pleased to announce that I am now a Certified Distressed Property Expert. This is additional training so I can help homeowners navigate their options if they owe more on their home than their home is worth. I can now help homeowners who are in financial distress and don’t know where to tu...
A friend of mine who is also a Realtor® and I have this discussion quite frequently. She is in another state and she believes that when a listing broker is present at showings of houses where the buyer is represented by their own broker that an agency form needs to be completed. The listing ag...
There is nothing cookie cutter about the housing stock in New Orleans. There is 18 th century housing to brand new. There is housing that is in very poor condition and considered blighted to magnificent St. Charles mansions. When you refer to "New Orleans" you are also referring to m...
I would love to take credit for thinking of this clip but it was Dave Liniger of RE/MAX International. He used this clip to show how the banks became overwhelmed with foreclosures and just like Ethiel and Lucy they just simply lost control. Thoought this was really a clever visual.
Great analogy, I am not a toaster either. Online reviews give other agents a way to unanimously try to knock out the competition as well....the smallest perceived disagreement with an agent can end up in a bad review. I don't believe it will be a good way to judge agents either but I do unde...