I’d like to think I’m pretty careful with my credit. I monitor my credit score. I don’t make purchases with a credit card or log in to sites that store my personal information while on public WiFi networks.
One of the most powerful — yet also the easiest and least expensive — tools you can have in your arsenal is the handwritten note. WHO APPRECIATES A HANDWRITTEN NOTE? Everyone. “Even Millennials?” I’ve been asked. Of course! (And what
It’s (almost) January, so it’s time to rev your marketing engines and plan out your year. As Ben Franklin said, “Failing to plan is planning to fail.” Don’t let procrastination get the better of you and derail your efforts to
Happy Holidays, Everyone! Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah (a little late, I know), Happy Kwanza, Happy Festivus . . . Seasons Greetings! And Happy Almost New Year! So, tell me if this sounds like you: you start the year with
January is a great time to reconnect with your past clients and sphere of influence. The hustle and bustle of the holidays is over, and people are settling back into their regular routines (and likely doing a bit of hibernating
Hi, Everyone! Fall is my favorite time of year — the temps cool down, the humidity (hopefully) gives us a bit of relief, and the leaves turn into a brilliant display of reds, golds, and oranges (yes, even here in
Taking care of our clients is the best way to keep business coming in — both in the form of referral and repeat business. Here are some simple ideas for staying top-of-mind with your clients in the autumn months.
Low inventory markets mean supply is low and demand is high — simple high school economics — paired with sustained buyer confidence, which ultimately means a high likelihood of multiple offers. And of course, with multiple offers comes the potential
Hi, Everyone! I’ve been serving on an NAR Fair Housing Work Group since early 2017 to help NAR commemorate the 50th Anniversary of Fair Housing, which is this year. In fact, on April 11, 2018, the Fair Housing Act turned
Facebook has been in the news quite a bit, of late — more conspicuously Mark Zuckerberg testifying before Congress about the Cambridge Analytica data breach, but equally importantly for the role the social media site has played in possible discriminatory