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July 18, 2016 • Real Estate Industry

5 Ways BREXIT Could Affect the U.S. Real Estate Market

By now, everyone has a fairly good idea of what BREXIT is and how it impacts Britain and the EU. The vote to “Leave” rocked the civilized world, as most of the UK determined that they did not, in fact, wish to be a part of the European Union, tipping the global economy on its …

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March 1, 2016 • Real Estate Industry

Internships in Real Estate

Real estate is an ever-changing, dynamic industry. For many people looking to get into the real estate profession, it can be difficult to begin a career and become a successful realtor. Becoming a part of an internship program in real estate will better your chances of becoming a successful real estate agent. As an intern, …

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February 26, 2016 • Real Estate Industry

Does Retail Development Affect Your Property’s Value

Will an upcoming retail development project increase or decrease your home’s value? Homeowners oftentimes fear that new development in their area will decrease their property value, based on the belief that popular large-chain retailers can bring property value down once they are built near a residential area. We’ve debunked that myth and found that across …

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January 28, 2016 • Real Estate Industry

Understanding the Real Estate Market

Interested in understanding the real estate market? Every market has unique trends and patterns that causes the price to increase or decrease. As a real estate agent, it’s critical to watch the market for these trends, and distinguish the fast-sellers from the slow-movers, market history, and community growth in your listing area. Find the “Fast-Sellers” …

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August 7, 2015 • Real Estate Industry

Time Management and Real Estate

As a real estate agent you are pulled in many different directions. There are clients to please, an office to answer to, tracking and reports to complete, update the MLS and the list continues. Oh and don’t forget the activities required to bring new clients in the door – which in many cases is a …

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