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See this article in the Georgetown Dish about our awesome office. http://thegeorgetowndish.com/thedish/tech-savvy-agent-reinvents-real-estate
This has been rolling around in email form and I've received it many times-- Enjoy! Men Are Just Simpler and Happier People: NICKNAMES If Laura, Kate and Sarah go out for lunch, they will call each other Laura, Kate and Sarah.If Mike, Dave and John go out, they will affectionately refer to ea...
Here is some advice straight from Troy Hine, Senior Loan Officer at Preferred Mortgage. I am working with him on a few deals and thought that his open letter below, was worth sharing. If you have questions for him, I will pass them along and post his replies! "Those Who Wait Will Pay Thousands Mo...
Last night, we had a great bash at our office to celebrate its total renovation. It was a great night with my fellow Realtors, loan and title associates. We celebrated and had dinner and drinks in our new digs (photos of the renovations available on my previous blog posts). At one point, our brok...
I had the best day of my real estate career on Sat: A wonderful open house where the neighbors attended in droves (as is typical) but the neighbors who seemed to have a genuine interest in the property I listed and in being helpful in promoting the property to friends/associates. I did feature a ...
I have used this and find it to be extremely helpful - best of all, it is FREE! Instead of calling the standard "information" phone # in your area, next time you know the name of a business but need their phone # fast, just dial: 1-800-goog411. Google, yes, that GOOGLE, provides this service at n...
Here are a few tips and tricks to prepare a home for its debut on the market: 1. Clean, clean, clean! 2. Clear, clear, clear! Clear out clutter.... The less stuff on tables, in drawers and in closets, the better. 3. Don't be a drip - fix leaks in faucets... 4. Open up - let in the natural light f...
The fight to end homelessness is a cause I know many Realtors have embraced and with good reason. My former brokerage was involved in Habitat for Humanity (a fantastic organization building homes for the needy while partnering with those who benefit to ensure the beneficiary's involvement and inv...
A resident of Chevy Chase, MD, I am licensed to sell real estate in DC, MD and VA. I find it exciting to explore all three areas with clients - each has it's own distinct feel and every buyer is sure to find a property (or two, or three) to fall in love with in this very happening locale. Be it i...
I love this post on MAKIN IT RAIN even in tough times.... Thanks Brad!In a time not long ago, when the crops were dry, and communities were losing their families and neighbors, Rainmakers were the individuals that were looked up to and counted on for saving their people. These were the folks tha...