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Polley Courses: ‘Real Estate Marketing Reboot’

  • Learn more about Polley Associates’ Pennsylvania continuing education course, “Real Estate Marketing Reboot.”

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  • Learn more about Polley Associates’ Pennsylvania continuing education course, “Generation Buy.”

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  • Referrals from satisfied past clients is where the real profit of real estate marketing can be found. Are agents fully prepared to capture more of them?

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  • They were up during 2012, according to a National Association of Realtors’ annual survey, in part because interested buyers with more money in their pockets found some good deals.

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  • NEWTOWN SQUARE PA – Winning is in, and losing has never been a good thing. As the National Association of REALTORS® approaches the 2012 edition of its Nationwide Open House Weekend, scheduled for April 28-29 (2012; Saturday and Sunday), one challenge that faces real estate brokers and salespeople across Pennsylvania is proving to consumers they’ll […]

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  • WASHINGTON DC – Real estate agents and brokers who are helping clients manage their investments need to keep them abreast of developments in multi-family and commercial property markets by staying on top of economic, regulatory, and legislative issues that affect lending, tax policy, health care and energy, Inman News Service reported Monday (May 16, 2011). […]

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  • WASHINGTON DC – Federal income tax deductions for home mortgage interest took a hit Saturday (Jan. 1, 2011) in The Washington Post newspaper, which published an editorial titled “Trim the Excessive Tax Subsidy for Real Estate.” Lawrence Yun, chief economist for the National Association of REALTORS, responded by describing how mortgage interest deductions benefit primarily […]

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  • WASHINGTON DC – The National Association of Realtors, which has long opposed moves by bankers to sell real estate, says select lenders may soon be able to enter the business thanks to a new ruling by the federal Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC). A division of the U.S. Treasury, the office adopted […]

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