5 Reasons Why You Should Outsource in 2009

When you are in business for yourself as a real estate professional,  you'll find there are a number of different things for you to learn about that can save you time and make you money. Outsourcing is by far one of the more exciting things to discover and put to use.  All too common is…

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Could 2nd Mortgages Create Another Massive Wave of Foreclosures?

A good friend of mine, Frank Patrick, who specializes in listing foreclosed homes, sent me the video below. This video may represent a massive opportunity for real estate agents. Watch it now! Here it is: Watch CBS Videos Online If you would like to learn more about how my friend lists and sells bank owned…

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Help During a Slowing Economy…

Have recent developments with the economy got you feeling spooked? I don't blame you! What with major banks collapsing, huge government bailouts in the works, and the stock market going up and down like a yo-yo, it's hard to know what to expect next! If you're like other real estate agents I know, I'm willing…

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How You Can Read 4 Books a Month in 30 Minutes

  Photo by ginnerobot If you've been reading my blog for any amount of time, you probably picked up on the fact that I read a lot of books. I try to read about one book a week. Sometimes, I even read two or books a week. The majority of books that I read are…

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9 Business Lessons from the Recession

At a recent mastermind meeting with real estate entrepreneurs, I asked the following question: What Lessons Have You Learned From The Market Bubble and Looming Recession? I was surprised to see that most of the attendees hadn't learned any lessons this year. I've learned many. In fact, I started a little notebook where I detail…

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