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A Real Estate Agent’s Guide to Writing the Perfect Business Tagline

Posted on Tuesday March 26, 2019
 
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In real estate, you’ve got just a few seconds to separate yourself from the competition. The best way to do that? Have a killer tagline that tells people who you are and what you offer. Your tagline will live everywhere, from your social media to your business cards. Here’s your…
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How Mortgage Originators Thrive in Stagnant Markets

Posted on Friday March 15, 2019
 
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This year is likely to be a watershed for the mortgage industry. Mortgage originators must be prepared for change, especially those that have little or no experience working in a slowing or stagnant housing market.   As margins compress, executives will have to make tough decisions regarding staffing and commissions….
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A Guide to Understanding Escrow

Posted on Thursday February 21, 2019
 
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Escrow Defined   An escrow account, in real estate, is an account run by an escrow company who maintains all of your essential belongings in a safe and secure holding area. These items are kept here until the deal has been closed and the house has been transferred from seller…
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Transitioning from Renting to Buying a Home

Posted on Monday February 11, 2019
 
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Are you ready to move out of your apartment and into your first home? Before you do, you should know that transitioning from renting to buying a home isn’t always a simple process. As a renter, you have probably become accustomed to only worrying about a few things: paying your…
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How a Foreclosure Sale Works

Posted on Monday January 21, 2019
 
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For prospective home buyers yearning for an exceptional deal on a house, purchasing a foreclosed home can be a good option. A foreclosure occurs when a homeowner fails to make payments on their mortgage and must transfer ownership of the home to the lender. Thereafter, the lender will attempt to…
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