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Found 3 blog entries for January 2021.


There once was the idea that agents should not be paid so much, and we often do get paid a lot of money. I will not go into what we pay to stay in business here. We are one of the last professions that has not been arbitraged and had our commission's turned into scale. Kind of like travel agents and other industries that have just been decimated by the online revolution. I started in 2004. There was no Zillow, and the internet was not really anything at that point. Because speeds were so slow, not a lot could be done with real estate with all the pictures and information. The internet speed increased and made real estate more viable online and Zillow came in.  2010 is when they came to all the real estate offices and they became more known to the…

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What are real estate disclosures? I will preface this by stating I am absolutely not an real estate attorney nor should this be considered legal advice.  Disclosures are pieces of information about the property, neighborhood, anything relevant to the enjoyment of the home. These can come in the form of inspections, reports, bids, receipts for work done, agent observations, agent comments and sometimes the neighbors. Seller disclosures are questions asked of the seller to impart everything they know about a property and one disclosure is required by law.  As realtors we have great liability with disclosures so there are many approaches to the delivery of disclosures.

When should they be given. I am going to be hung out to dry on this when I say…

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Regularly I find money on the ground if you see the photo I found this $50.00 bill. I found one last year too and countless coins. I am not lucky, I am just always looking. I find money on the streets regularly. But I also find it my pocket. What I mean is are you studying your bills for loose change. Just last month, I reviewed my cell phone bill and realized I am still paying insurance on older model phone. I typically keep insurance for one year and cancel. I forgot. I cancelled that and paid off the balance of the phone cost and took my cell phone bill from $135.00 to $89.00. Call your cell company and ask them what would better suit you and how you use your phone look for extra charges. 

What about refinancing your home loan, it is popular…

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