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A rebound off the bottom

Home prices during the first half of 2012 posted their strongest gains in six years, the clearest sign that more U.S. housing markets have hit bottom. But the housing market remains far from normal. Hitting a bottom shouldn’t be confused … Continue reading

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Housing Market showing a recovery

US home-buying season finally signaling a recovery By ALEX VEIGA, AP Real Estate Writers – 23 hours ago WASHINGTON (AP) — Five years after the U.S. housing bust sent sales and prices plunging, the spring home-buying season is pointing to … Continue reading

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Things are getting better!?!

Maricopa County Notice of Trustee Sales plummeted to 2,842 in November 2011, compared with 4,948 during the same period in 2010 – a decrease of 57%. Phoenix, AZ, December 12, 2011 — Default Research, Inc., (www.defaultresearch.com), a major aggregator of … Continue reading

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Stage Four: Depression

Stage Four: Depression Dr. Kubler-Ross refers to this stage as preparatory grieving. In a way, it’s the dress rehearsal or the practice run for the aftermath even though this stage means different things to who is involved. It’s a sort … Continue reading

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Stage One: Denial and Isolation

We continue our discussion on the stages of grief from Dr. Kubler-Ross’ model from On Death and Dying. Stage One: Denial and Isolation. Denial is a conscious or unconscious refusal to accept facts, information, or reality relating to the situation … Continue reading

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Do Your Cutomers Know Who You Are?

If you look across the room at a red soda can with a white stripe down the side, you will immediately recognize it as a Coke can without having to even look at the letter C-O-K-E. That is the power … Continue reading

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Who do your clients view you as: Paul Revere or William Dawes?

We are going to depart from our normal topic of Short Sales this week… sort of. One of the things we talk about in Real Estate is to be the “go to” person in someone’s circle. One of the goals … Continue reading

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Converting A Short Sale Client Into A Resale Client

        The Short Sale to Resale Timeline was developed to help agents present a game plan to prospective clients during the listing appointment to show a better tomorrow and give them a sense of direction as the next step … Continue reading

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