Monthly Archive:: December 2010

The ‘Q’ About QR Codes

By Toby Boyce Realtor.net is all a buzz over how amazing QR codes are and how it will be a game changer in real estate. Really? A game changer? That’s a stretch. Is it part of the entire Technology...
December 30, 2010

Real Estate in 2011

By Brooke Wolford If you are reading this post and are still active in real estate, congratulations! You have survived a year of many challenges.  You can pat yourself on the back remember how hard your worked.  Feel a...
December 28, 2010

Taming the Lion Inside

By Brian Copeland I recently had a lively discussion with one of my Baby Boomer, dearest real estate friends on the phone.  Of course, it was on the phone, that’s what Baby Boomers do.  They want to meet and...
December 14, 2010

How Not to Network

By Crystal Webster Let me tell you a little story of what actually happened to me just the other day: I met with a new client just out of college. We met through one of my networking groups and...

Unclutter Your Space and Your Mind

By Kelly Reark Uncluttering: A great New Year’s resolution for all of us.  Clutter comes in many forms.  We advise our sellers to de-clutter their homes when preparing them for the real estate market.  We shred old papers in...

Remind Consumers of Tax Benefits of Home Ownership

Prospects waffling over the value of buying a home? Share the free article “7 Home Ownership Tax Advantages” from the REALTOR® Content Resource. At the REALTOR® Content Resource, you can share consumer articles directly to Facebook, Twitter, and email....
December 3, 2010

Finding the Gems Amongst the Naysayers

By Nobu Hata An article recently came across my Twitterstream from Wired.com which, punditry (and ‘Granted, I live in Manhattan…’ caveat) aside, is a pretty good read. Go ahead, it’s a short one, I’ll wait for you right here. ...