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Sold! The Seller’s Market Cometh

Sold! The Seller’s Market Cometh

Angie Shipe April 1, 2013 0

When the numbers are right, there’s no good reason anymore to wait for planets to align. And this February, the numbers are finally right. Sales of condominiums, co-ops, townhomes, and single-family homes nudged up

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Do You Know The Short Sale Rules Changing Real Estate?

Do You Know The Short Sale Rules Changing Real Estate?

Angie Shipe March 29, 2013 0

Good news for home buyers trying to keep their head above water. Regulatory changes are helping them stay a little drier. And the changes are also helping smart real estate professionals, who are poised

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Sssh…Let’s Google ‘Cheating’

Sssh…Let’s Google ‘Cheating’

James Palinsad March 29, 2013 0

Have Google (or Bing or Ask or that perpetually eureka-moment Yahoo!) will …sssh… get that report done in a jiff. Whether it’s classroom education or online education, students will always be tempted to use

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Pocket Listings: Are Non-Listed Properties Good For Real Estate?

Pocket Listings: Are Non-Listed Properties Good For Real Estate?

Angie Shipe March 22, 2013 0

Last fall, an estate in Woodside, Calif. sold for $117.5 million. Some are saying it was the highest price ever paid for an existing home. But we don’t know much about the deal—the Silicon

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4 Trends to Watch in Online Education

4 Trends to Watch in Online Education

James Palinsad March 22, 2013 0

Whether you call it “e-learning,” “online education or “online training,” you can bet that the newest way to be a student is here to stay. In the United States alone, online training is growing

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The Often-Overlooked Secret to Better Real Estate Marketing

The Often-Overlooked Secret to Better Real Estate Marketing

Angie Shipe March 15, 2013 0

If you want to sell real estate in the age of social networking, you know business cards aren’t enough. So you have your website, your blog, your Pinterest, your Facebook, your Twitter … Each

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Certifications Online or in the Classroom: Which is for You?

Certifications Online or in the Classroom: Which is for You?

James Palinsad March 14, 2013 0

What isn’t online these days? Your business is. Your music is. So are the publications you read. And the movies you watch. Ditto your other hobbies. Not to mention your friendships. It only makes

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5 Sneaky Secrets to Sell a Home

5 Sneaky Secrets to Sell a Home

Angie Shipe March 7, 2013 0

The housing market is coming out of its slump, and so should your marketing plan. You may not be ready to ditch the old ways of selling real estate, but have they really been

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How to Ruin a Perfectly Good Job Interview

How to Ruin a Perfectly Good Job Interview

360training.com March 7, 2013 0

A job interview is like a first date; that first impression is critical in getting you to first base. Messing it up means you’re not likely to get a call back—no matter how qualified

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Taking Office Bullying by the Horns

Taking Office Bullying by the Horns

James Palinsad February 28, 2013 0

If you are yelled at frequently at work, are subjected to abusive language, unreasonable criticism, sarcasm, or rumors, are ignored and excluded from either work-related or social activities, are given impossible deadlines or illegitimate

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