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Politicians Issue Wednesday Cell Alert Reminder

  • Several state representatives serving Montgomery County constituents included reminders in their weekly newsletters of an national cell phone alert test scheduled for Wednesday.

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  • You enter a store, looking for a product. Which sales person do you want to work with: the newbie who started yesterday, or the knowledgeable veteran? Yep. Real estate prospects want the expert too.

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  • More than 200,000 houses were flipped during 2017, most of them by investors. The flipping market could grow even bigger this year, Forbes Magazine reported Friday. The key may be “transactional financing.”

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  • Got a PA real estate sales license? Good. Want one in New Jersey too? Can do, but you need to follow and complete these instructions.

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  • Pennsylvania earned the Number 8 spot among top 10 states with lawsuits filed during 2016 that alleged accessibility violations under the Americans With Disabilities Act.

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  • A new, dual threat and opportunity faces real estate licensees as social media continues to grow in popularity.

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  • Ethics, Your Promise Of Professionalism This continuing education course addresses the specifics of the National Association of REALTORS┬« Code of Ethics and ethical practices and decision making for real estate professionals. Additionally, this course may potentially be approvable for REALTORS┬« who wish to fulfill biennial Code of Ethics requirement from the National Association of REALTORS. […]

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  • Mortgage Fraud, Consumer Protection and Reverse Mortgages This course starts by taking a close look at mortgage fraud in real estate transactions, including the history of mortgage fraud and its impact on consumers. It examines participants in fraud cases, as well as the role of agencies in monitoring fraud. Then it identifies various types of […]

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  • Everything You Need To Know About Selling Stucco Homes Homes that were built after the 1980s have experienced an increase in leaking stucco systems that can cause deterioration of the building envelope, resulting in a potential reduction in property value and increased health risks from possible organic growth inside the home. Understanding why this happened; […]

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  • A national news organization that has so far earned two Pulitzer Prizes for journalistic excellence is setting its sights on the problem of defective drywall.

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