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We are a real estate team with over thirty years of sales and customer service skills that
we bring to every real estate transaction. We pride ourselves in listening to your needs
and developing a plan to buy or sell your home.

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Up Your Realtor Game With Latest Real Estate Technology

Up Your Realtor Game With Latest Real Estate Technology

Saying that today's world is vastly different from the world most of us grew up in is an understatement. Still, even if we look back 5 or 10 years from now, our daily lives were vastly different then than they are now. That is the result of technological advancements that trickled down into every aspect of our lives. From how we do our jobs to how we look for a home, ...

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Word Of Mouth: The Best Advertising Tool A Realtor Can Use

Word Of Mouth: The Best Advertising Tool A Realtor Can Use

As a real estate agent, there are a lot of ways to get your name out there. From business cards to billboards and advertisements on search engines, there’s no shortage of marketing tools that you can and should use to your advantage as a real estate professional. Each of these tools can be useful in its own rite, but there’s one tool that you’re ...

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How Much Do Real Estate Agents Spend On Marketing?

How Much Do Real Estate Agents Spend On Marketing?

If you’re just starting out in the real estate business, you might currently be a bit overwhelmed by everything at your disposal in your new role. There’s so much you need to learn, so many new techniques you can use, and so many new people to meet. The world of real estate is more akin to an ocean than anything else, with all the depth and variety ...

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How To Retain Your Real Estate Clients Effectively?

How To Retain Your Real Estate Clients Effectively?

The professional practice of the real estate business as a genuine magician is like being in a relationship. In the beginning, you may be lucky and dazzle your soulmate with your looks and expertise. As a result, you get to close the deal. Then, it’s official: you’re together. But for how long? An excellent suitor and skilled ‘hunter’ can conquer ...

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Risks And Rewards Of Selling Your Home Without A Realtor

Risks And Rewards Of Selling Your Home Without A Realtor

From the perspective of a home buyer, the position of a real estate agent can seem unjustified in its existence. Why in the world would you pay someone 6% commission on the total sale price of your home, just so that they can set up a couple signs in the yard and do some paperwork? On the face of it, it seems utterly preposterous; why not just sell your home without a ...

 

Real Estate Glossary Terms

  • Lease

    Written agreement in which the lessee pays rent to the lessor for the use of real property for a stated time period. An example is the tenant's rental of an apartment or office space. ...

  • Status Quo

    Existing state of affairs with respect to the real estate market and conditions. ...

  • Advisory Committee

    Group that advises on employee benefit plans as to amount of benefits to be paid, how benefits are to be financed, and how employees are to qualify for benefits (vesting requirements). An advisory committee only suggests; it does not have line authority. ...

  • Alimony Substitution Trust

    Agreement in which spouse X (the spouse who is mandated by the court to make alimony and/or child support payments to spouse Y) must put assets (the principal) in a trust, from which the payments are made to spouse Y. Under this trust, the payments made from the income generated by the principal is ...

  • Apportionment

    Division of a loss among insurance policies in the proportion that each policy bears to the total coverage applicable to the loss. For example, assume Policies A, B, C, and D have $50,000, $60,000, $70,000 and $80,000 of insurance in force, respectively: a total of $260,000 of coverage. Under the ap ...

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