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Last night was such a typical Vermont Northesat Kingdom evening it just has to be written about.  Our brass quintet was scheduled to play at the Old North Church in Danville.  This is a building on the historic register.  It has no electricity or plumbing but there is a new "two holer" back in th...
06/01/2009
My company has a fantastic website and it's only drawback is I have to pay a 25% referral fee when leads come from there.  Since the site has to be funded somehow this isn't unreasonable.  But I also have my own site and really need some advice.  I pay for SEO to be found in the "Northeast Kingdo...
09/18/2008
On December 20 of last year I received an email from agentpages.us.com proporting to be working with NAR and REBAC to develop it's website.  It sounded like a good website and offer, of course, with many benefits.  So although I have a website and figure the more coverage the better, I signed up ...
03/27/2008
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The current market and interest rates remind me of a son refering to a girl he met as a Poodle on Crack.
03/18/2008
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You all have so many brilliant ideas to share and I sit and wonder what the heck I know about.  But here's one you might not have had to encounter--yet.Fleas!My old partner and I were called to do a CMA on an apartment building.  There were two units, one empty and inhabited by an empty head.  As...
10/28/2007
During a class by Roger Turcott at the New Hampshire Association of REALTORS he made a point I have had an issue with for a long time.  His rule is the Days on Market are from the last price reduction to contract but our MLS states the list price at time of close as the last reduced price.  This ...
10/23/2007
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