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Why Realtors® Avoid Their Sphere of Influence

Nadine Larder “…your sphere of influence can be a tremendous source of referrals and clients. By sharing your services with those who already know, like, and trust you, you can gain new business faster.”Right on target – and – re-blog! Do you work harder at marketing to strangers than to your own friends and family? You’re certainly not alone. However, your sphere of influence can be a tremendous source of referrals and clients. By sharing your services with those who already know, like, and trust you, you can gain new business faster. Here are some common concerns Realtors® have with...

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28009 N 90th Way Scottsdale, AZ 85262

 NORTH SCOTTSDALE BARGAIN! JUST VALUED BY Lovitt and Touche for $14,281,000.! 3.5 acres of complete privacy in the hidden community of Merit Crossing. Enter your estate thru dble gates, wooden bridges and a lovely pavered drive. Completely enclosed courtyard with a magnificent fnt, bistro lighting and a abundance of french doors lead you into this amazing home. The majestic Pinnacle Peak greets you as you open your door. Home offers the finest details in every area. Luxury master suite with adjoining exercise rm and steam rm. 4 secondary ensuites, theater seating 10, gourmet kitchen with the best of everything...

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Considerations in Choosing a Dog

Choosing a pet is for some a simple thing, while for others a more than a serious endeavor. Usually, the pick of the pet can be based on location, family situation, intent, are there children, or various other factors. Where it gets complicated, or intense, is when one has to take into consideration potential health issues. And one of the more relevant issues is the propensity for hip problems. Certain breeds are more likely to develop joint issues. Probably the most simple question when looking at a new puppy is to ask ” Did the parents, or any other pups in any of their litters ever show signs of joint issues?”. And before I start, I would recommend talking to a vet about exercises to maintain mobility, activities to be avoided, and the need or recommendation of adding supplements to a dog’s diet. Here is a list of 9 breeds that have been shown to have a predisposition to joint problems. 1. German Shepherds: It’s well known that Shepherds are predisposed to hip dysplasia and other joint issues. 2. Labrador Retrievers: With a propensity towards obesity, amplify stress on joints. 3. Dachshunds: With their long, low bodies, they can develop back problems, especially if they become overweight. 4. Rottweilers: Have a genetic propensity to develop hip and elbow dysplasia and even arthritis. 5. Newfoundland Retrievers: Like other big breed...

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REALTORS® Are Like Icebergs…..

Sheri Sperry – MCNE® “Agents and others in our industry with borderline ethical behavior is something that I have an issue with. It bothers me when I have to work with people who walk the fine line. It is not something I can shrug off easily.”Right on target – and – re-blog! Strengths and Weaknesses REALTORS® Are Like Icebergs… “At any one time you are only seeing about 1/5 of what they are ACTUALLY doing!” As a real estate agent or broker, I know that most of us can relate to this saying.  For our clients sake, we do our best...

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21 Ways to Get Your Offer Accepted During Multiple Offers

Debbie Reynolds “Choose an agent that is experienced that will represent your interests. Every buyer needs a strong negotiator on his side.” and “Get your finances in order and have a strong pre-approval letter from a trusted lender ready and in hand.”Right on target – and – re-blog! Strategies to Make Sure Your Offer Shines in a Multiple Offer Situation Aggressive markets with low inventory create stress not only buyers but for agents, too. Nobody likes to see a buyer disappointed when their offer lost out to another bidder. Though there are no guarantees and each market responds to different practices,...

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