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I love this song. It reminds me of the good ole days. It also reminds me that history does repeat itself. All good things come to an end. But, their is always new beginnings. So, in my moment of reflecting, I look forward to new beginnings and challenges and say to myself "Bring it on".
Oh boy did things change in our industry. At this point knowledge is going to be the advandage to survive in this business. And by knowledge I mean understanding what's in store for us Realtor's in the coming years. The mass amount of inventory still waiting to be put on the market by banks is mi...
located close to Bozeman, Montana Available at $1,750,000 This property offers 5 acres enclosed iwth Jack Fencing The home offers 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, 3 car garage, theater room, library, steam room, radient heat 7200 sq.ft. Barn with living quarters above, 4 stalls below 3500 sq.ft. Workshop ...
This morning I went out to feed the horses and dogs, and as usual it was pretty cold and raining. I had a stack of mail to put in the mailbox, so I stuck it inside my jacket so it would not get wet. I walked out to the mailbox and I got the newspaper. Later, I’m finishing my breakfast with my hu...
Years ago, when I was just starting in real estate in Florida. I had one of those clients, who, how can I say… was mentally challenging. She was an Italian lady “Maria” from New Jersey who was looking for a home to retire to. She was a tiger, I showed her a new model home and as we were touring...
Well to start off I hate Roller Coasters. They make me sick, and I'm scared to death when you go all the way to the top of one of them, and there is that hesitation right before you plunge straight down to where you just know your going to die. And you scream out pure fear. Then when you make it...
If we all just had a crystal ball that worked. Unfortunately, none of us are able to peek into the future to see what will happen next. We all just have to exist with what we know now. I think we all would agree that the last several years have been brutal, and it may not be much better for a lit...