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2009 

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Our front desk admin popped into my office announcing that my 4:00 p.m. agent interview had arrived. She had a Cheshire cat grin on her face and I knew that I was going to meet someone interesting. When I turned the corner onto our front desk lobby I was greeted by a "well-proportioned" woman who...
05/28/2009
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Well I've been fishing and researching around the internet for a few weeks looking for some inspiration. You see, my site www.hugotorres.com has been in desperate need of revamping. So I began the process by looking outside of the real estate world to see how other industries showcase their wares...
05/26/2009
I am a shutter-bug! I have openly talked about it in previous tech posts. My admiration for still photos began many years ago when old covers of National Geographic, Time and Rolling Stone passed me by. Then as my real estate career developed, I learned that homes are visual treats that when phot...
05/19/2009
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If you were to ask me..."what is the current state of the market?" I have an elevator speech for that. Or "when do you think we'll see the bottom?" I definitely have a 60 second answer for that. But every now and then, someone asks me a question that requires poignancy and brevety on my part and ...
05/14/2009
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The first Real Estate website I worked on was for a team of 5 REALTORS in Cerritos, California who felt that the internet was a good place to advertise. It was early 2003 when it was not uncommon to start 5 deals and take 5 listings during one week and the pretense of another unexplored project m...
05/12/2009
If you are looking for some fun and excitement on this sunny Southern California weekend then you may want to visit Monrovia as the city kicks-off the 123rd Monrovia Day Celebration over the Mothers Day Weekend.Beginning on Sunday, May 10th, you can tour some of the city's most picturesque homes ...
05/09/2009
It was as if a dark dense storm cloud walked into the office. Even the little perky bell that tells us that someone has opened the door noticed the negative vibe and it dulled its chipper chime. That was the general attitude of the the vendor who walked through the door last week to meet about th...
05/05/2009
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The twitch is involuntary and it always happens to occur at the same time of the day. The late hour. It is the moment when my eye moves to the lower right hand corner of the screen and glances at the time stamp of my lap top. In an instant I am reminded that there is life outside the office and t...
05/01/2009
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