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At Least, Ask. At Best, Ask Open-Ended Questions

  • Open-ended questions avoid yes-or-no answers. Want your clients to tell you something meaningful about the home of their dreams? Let them talk!

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  • Occasionally, we all make leaps of faith. Some take longer strides than others, but whether you land near or far there can be exhilaration in every jump.

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  • … And will they cause Jersey shore home owners lose billions in property value during the next three decades? A New Jersey newspaper on Sunday claimed global warming may affect the real estate market.

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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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  • About half of all buyers of homes during 2016 had families with children age 18 or younger. In addition to searching for a great home, many of them also are looking for great schools nearby.

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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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  • 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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  • Content strategist Jovan Hackley says there are five terms real estate clients consistently do not understand, and need expert (that’s YOU!) help with.

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  • Renting residential investment properties to college students can have a profitable upside … and some drawbacks, too, unless you’re prepared for them.

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  • One-in-four 65-year-olds today will live past 90. It’s important to have a plan – one that includes real estate – for funding your retirement. Here are five starter tips.

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