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Seller Makes Bad Decisions, Buyer Wins

It’s always puzzling when you find a house that is priced $30-40,000 below similar houses and there aren’t any obvious reasons. It’s been in the MLS (Multiple Listing Service) for less than a month. It’s not a foreclosure or a … Continue reading

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What You Say Matters

In yesterday’s post about representation, Ken Montville and I had a little exchange in the comments that got me to thinking about how we agents explain one of our most important (and mandatory) disclosures – the Understanding Whom Agents Represent … Continue reading

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Do You Even Have An Agent?

I am amazed at how often buyers don’t know if they have signed a contract with an agent. Is “their” agent actually representing them? Most buyers will say they don’t remember signing any papers like that.  I know that there … Continue reading

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Safety First While Your Home Is On The Market

The spring market is right around the corner. Yesterday’s post about REALTOR® safety reminded me that  it’s a good idea to list a few safety tips for the seller while the house is on the market. It is so seldom … Continue reading

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Difficult Clients

I usually don’t have difficult clients, mostly because I have no problem saying, “perhaps you might find a better fit with another agent”. That being said, I find most difficult clients are difficult because they are frustrated. With buyers, releasing … Continue reading

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