A New FREE Resoure for Real Estate Agents

I recently came across a great new free on-line resource that I absolutely love. I’m so happy with it that I thought I would share it with everyone in my blog. Over the last few years, I have struggled managing my schedule. This is because I have so many different things going on at the…

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An REO Broker’s Perspective on Bank Owned Homes

I received the following email from my friend Frank Patrick regarding the previous post on my blog. You might want to read this post before going further here. Here is the email I received from Frank: I visited the blog and read your post.  It’s amazing to me that someone thinks that I am “taking…

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“I suggest you consider getting a real job, where you go to work and earn a paycheck”

In my previous post, titled "How Real Estate Agents Can List and Sell Bank Owned Homes by the Boatload," I wrote about re-positioning your business to become the agent of choice for bank owned and foreclosed properties. After this post, I received the following email: "Please be advised that people and companies like yours are…

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How Real Estate Agents Can List and Sell Bank Owned Homes by the Boatload

Photo by mortgage_foreclosure_so lutions Yesterday morning, I stumbled across an interview regarding foreclosures on the Today show. According to the interview, the number of foreclosures in the US has increased by 75%. I don’t know if this % increase is correct or not, but it is probably pretty close. To see an excellent summary of…

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Do you take over priced listings???

Over the weekend, I watched one of those real estate "reality" shows. I don’t remember the name of the show. It profiled two sellers and their homes. The first seller owned a million dollar home. The listing agent recommended that he have his home staged. The cost for the staging was $2,000. The seller thought…

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