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Real Estate Agent - RE/MAX Four Seasons
Blog about the goings on in the Tacoma, Puyallup and greater Pierce County areas. Classic homes, renovation and restoration of homes. Tips and Suggestions for Agents to improve as real estate professionals. Occasional fun stuff.

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2008 

Today I was reading a few outside blogs that I enjoy. There were two posts that I thought were so powerful that I would share them here with the members of Active Rain.   First off Russell Shaw posted An Amazing Formula To Accurately Forecast Your Income. I strongly urge everyone to read this pos...
Posted almost 6 years ago
Today marks the one year anniversary of my profile being created here on Active Rain! Like many I created my profile and then nothing with it for a few weeks. Slowly over the summer of 07 I began to post comments and an occasional blog post. It was not until the holidays when I really started to ...
Posted almost 6 years ago
Alright it's Friday Night and it's time for another in the series of Friday Night Videos! For those of you who are writing me and requesting videos (thanks mom!) I don't take request but I will link to anything that catches my eye at the time. Today I was thinking if you really needed to have sli...
Posted almost 6 years ago
I was thinking it would be nice to actually meet you folks. Would any of you be interested in discussing an Active Rain Meet & Greet for members in the S. Puget Sound/Pierce County Area? I am sure if we get a few interested people we could plan something fun and entertaining. Chime in here if you...
Posted almost 6 years ago
May 27th. 2008 The Washington Trust for Historic Places is holding a press event at 11am to announce the 2008 Washington State Most Endangered Historic Places List. The location of the event this year will be the Tacoma Murray Morgan Bridge which is on this years list. For more information on the...
Posted almost 6 years ago
USDA Rural Home Loans are available in Pierce County and can help you get into a home with up to 102% financing. Here are some of the features of using the USDA Rural Housing Loan Program to buy your next home. Flexible Underwriting. Higher ratios will be considered with compensating factors. 660...
Posted almost 6 years ago
  Are Selling Agents Representing Their Clients or Are They Getting Greedy?   I have been noticing a trend lately that really disturbs me.  In the agent comments there have been some comments made that seem like a "poison pill" The listing agent requires the selling office agent to be present at ...
Posted almost 6 years ago
Untitled 1 .style1 { font-family: Cambria; font-size: large; } .style2 { font-family: Cambria; font-size: large; text-align: center; } Local Farmers Markets Are Full of Great Produce and Flowers You Need to Visit   I have been posting about the Tacoma area farmers markets recently. I went to the...
Posted almost 6 years ago
This home is just waiting for your buyers. So many features that you need to see in person. Take a look and bring your clients today. Scott Cowan | Rainier Real Estate, Inc. | 253.219.1194 18307 92nd. Ave , Puyallup, WA Designed for the view! Custom built home that will delight. 3BR/3.5BA Single ...
Posted almost 6 years ago
Untitled 1 .style1 { font-family: Cambria; font-size: large; } Marketing Your Listing Effectively What Do You Do To Drive Traffic?      The market is full of homes for buyers to choose from. What do you do to market your listings effectively? Recently my sellers are starting to get a tad nervous...
Posted almost 6 years ago
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Blog about the goings on in the Tacoma, Puyallup, and the greater Pierce County area. Classic homes, renovation and restoration of homes. Tips and Suggestions for Agents to improve as real estate professionals. Occasional fun stuff.