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Facebook Users GET More Than They GIVE

Research shows that Facebook users are more likely to receive more than to give. So, where does that make you? “A User” in the most literal sense?

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7 Truths Buyers Should Know About The Home Inspection Process

Would-a Could-a Should-a … Here are 7 truths you should know about the home inspection process that will leave you with sound advice.

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How Do You Show Your Customers That You Care?

Your clients and customers demand more than goods and services. They want to know you care about them. They want to know you understand the world they live in. We’re creating a more social world . Take the opportunity to use online social sites like Google+, Facebook and Twitter to connect. Use the platforms to share […]

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Is your real estate service provider also a Farmer?

Every agent has one. Every builder has one. I imagine that almost everyone who engages in any business venture has one. They’re your trusted group, your right arm; they’re the ones you turn to – the ones you trust. They’re called your “Short List”. But, when you recommend them, do you really know what they’re […]

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The Golden Rule – Reciprocate

Reciprocity: in-kind, whether positive or negative, responses for the actions of others. Or…as mentioned in “The Golden Rule”, one should treat others as one would like others to treat oneself. But, do you “expect” something from others when you offer a favor? For me, reciprocity is centered more on “trading” favors than making a negotiation […]

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Collusion between agents and home inspectors isn’t the norm

  Collusion between agents and home inspectors isn’t the norm Q. I am a court-certified expert witness in construction defect lawsuits. Many of the cases I see involve home inspectors who fail to disclose defects. One inspector confided that an inspection report with “too many problems” might “kill” the sale, and then the agent would […]

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