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41: Selling Your Home Successfully - Windows - Doors
If you what to sell your Tampa home you'll need to pay close attention to getting it in tip-top condition. Let's go over a couple of tips.

42: Looking For the Best Real Estate Expert
If you are looking for the right real estate expert, then you need to do little home work and ask some questions. First of all you need to know a lot about the selling procedures involved in real estate investing.

43: Tip for Realtors to Help Improve Business - Take a Drive Thru Rain Activity!
Many Realtors claim that they have done everything right to help market themselves and their business, but still each day they drive up to the office in a dirty car, with mud on the side and papers, wrappers and debris inside. Lord help them if a client shows up or a buyer wants to see one of their listings, a buyer who is real, not some Looky Lou, wanting to take a tour of the city on the Realtors dime. These Realtors have an abundance of excuses as to why they did not clean their car.

44: All Realtors are Great - Every One of Them, Without Exception!
All realtors should be given an award for all their hard work during these challenging times. It is not the professional Realtor's fault that they are in a trying buyer's market, it is not their fault for the subprime lending fall out and it is certainly not their fault that so many people chose to feed the real estate buying frenzy at what was obviously the top of the market. Realtors were just doing their job as loyal consultants and real estate professionals, when the avalanche started.

45: Are Realtors and Real Estate Agents to Blame for the Subprime Lending Fallout?
Not long ago a group of industry professionals got together to ask who was really to blame for the subprime lending fallout, and many claimed that the consumer and the lenders were to blame. But, guess what a mortgage broker in the group stated. He thought that at least some of the blame should be on the backs of the Real Estate Agents.

46: No Wimps Allowed - All Realtors Need to Rise to the Occasion
It is time for all good Realtors to come forth with their best efforts and if their best efforts are not good enough, well it is time to better those best efforts and get the job done. It is time for winners to overcome and adapt to the situations and economic challenges. Those who fail to do so should not be allowed to wimp out and remain in the industry. The time has come to get tough and if you are tough, its time to roll.

47: The Great Canadian-American Exchange
It seems there could be an exchange of property buying going on across the Canadian border. On the one hand Canadians are buying over the border in USA, and on the other hand Americans are opting to buy in the stronger Canadian realty market.

48: How To Choose A Real Estate Agent?
A real estate agent will guide you to - and through - the most important decision of your life. How do you know, for sure, that he will act in your best interests?

49: Real Estate Services for NRIs
Real Estate is booming in India like never before. Almost all sectors of the industry - be it commercial, residential or retail are witnessing an exponential growth in major as well.

50: The Basics of Escrow
Escrow is a legal arrangement in which funds or other tangibles are deposited into an escrow account under the trust of a neutral third party (escrow officer or agent) pending completion of contracted contingency or condition. Escrow is a way of transferring or exchanging property and/or money using a third party who has no other interest in the transaction other than to handle the details of who gets what. Escrow is most commonly associated with real estate transactions.

51: Costa Rica Real Estate - Economic, Political, and Social Stability
Amidst the political and social turbulence that plagues many of the Latin America countries, Costa Rica has been able to sidestep that. The economic, political and social stability of Costa Rica is one characteristic that has distinguished it through its entire contemporary history and as one of its most important strengths, has enabled it to reach great success in luring foreign investors.

52: Second Home Buying - Use the Professionals
Many of us like to think that one day we will be buying our second home - some of us already have one. Exotic homes often beckon us to foreign shores, but there is always slight trepidation when buying a property overseas, some of their laws are different to ours.

53: Changing Property Values
Change is the only constant in the universe. And this one relative fact is true in the real estate business. With the rise of inflation and the fluctuating interest rates, it is not difficult to understand the drastic effects it can have on us.

54: Implementing PATLive
PATLive is a telephone answering service offered to a wide array of businesses. Studies have shown that people prefer talking with a person and not an automated IVR system. The service was founded in the early 90's in Tallahassee Florida. It has expanded nationwide and has services that have also moved internationally. The company offers its services to businesses ranging from home offices to government agencies.

55: Real Estate Agents In Houston - Career Choices
Texas cities are growing more rapidly than most of America, and have largely been spared the national decline in the residential housing market. Houston is no exception, and real estate brokers in Houston are having a hard time meeting demand for new homes caused by relocated employees.

56: New York City Real Estate - More Than a Great Home
New York City living opens the door to more than just a great home. It's an all-encompassing lifestyle that often includes world class entertainment, museums, restaurants, and spas. The lifestyle that can be found by living in New York City cannot be found any place else.

57: Should Only Realtors and Real Estate Agents be Allowed on Real Estate Blogs Like Active Rain?
Not long ago, a very successful Real Estate Agent specializing in REOs put up a blog stating that, non-real estate agent salespersons I should not be allowed to post there, because they were not real estate agents. Of course, most of us know that all folks involved in real estate, commercial or residential are welcomed the number one real estate blog network called; ActiveRain. The gentleman, stated that even though someone might be a good writer, if they did not sell real estate then they needed to go away.

58: The Significance of Property Metrics in Real Estate
Property metrics is much needed in the business of real estate. Keeping these in mind can generate much profit for your business.

59: 5 Resolutions for Smart Homeowners in 2008
It's officially 2008, and you know what that means. It means we'll probably mess up a bunch of checks by writing 2007 until we remember it's 2008, right? Did 2007 go fast or what? I'm still wondering what happened to November. The new year also means planning, as the saying goes those who fail to plan - are planning to fail. That saying is especially true if you're a homeowner in 2008. With new housing and banking laws, rules and policies changing by the month, or even day - the best time to create a plan is sooner rather than later. Read these powerful ideas and suggestions for a better 2008 for you.

60: Web Conferencing Can Sell Houses Fast and Easy
You don't need to travel the miles to Minnesota to show off a Florida beachfront property to a client. Invite interested buyers to web conferencing and present the houses for sale. They'll come running to see the houses in no time. That's real estate business as usual but with a new twist.

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