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Real Estate Agent - United Country Walker Real Estate & Auction



HELP!!!  A few weeks ago we had some glitches on AR and, since then, I have not been able to add pictures to any of my posts.  The "Popups okay" box in my toolbar is visible and I get the initial "Insert/edit image" popup, but when I click on "Image URL" nothing ever pops up. Can one of the staff...
Ah, the trials and tribulations of a misunderstood thug. I'm sure this is only due to the failed policies of the Bush Administration, huh? (s/off)On the bright side, I'm sure there is a veritable army of lawyers who have been able to make their house payments thanks to Pacman's numerous encounter...
I send out a regular update to my SOI providing them an update on residential activity for Wilson County, TN.  The chart below give this information for January 1-May 31, 2008. I thought it was interesting in that, if you compare it to the same criteria for 2007, the AVG LP is up, but the AVG CP ...
There is currently a LOT of real estate sitting on the market in most areas of the country, including Middle Tennessee; I recently added an update to my website showing the year-to-date real estate activity in Wilson County. Although average prices are up, compared to 2007 the percentage of closi...
Over the last several days I seem to be having a problem uploading pictures to my blogs. I have the "Popups okay" clicked and get the "add picture" box, but when I click on the "Image URL" box the second popup window is not appearing. I'd not had a problem with this before, so I kinda wonder if i...
HELP!!!! A fellow realtor in my office is planning to initiate, for the first time, a website. I have recommended Advanced Access, but she has expressed an interest in Image Pro primarily due to the cost difference.  Has anyone out there had any experience with Image Pro?  Please, with all due re...
So, are we all ready to start taking our clients from house-to-house on the back of a bicycle? All the talk about alternative fuels, etc., is well and good, and should be explored; however, there are 60-100 million gasoline-powered vehicles in the United States today. What are we supposed to do, ...

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