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Real Estate Agent - Keller Williams Realty Ann Arbor
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BLOGAMANIA-- NEW WORD FOR GETTING IN TOUCH WITH THE BLOGGERS.  GREAT SESSION TODAY WITH MISSY CAULK AND BOB STEWART FROM ACTIVE RAIN.  GREAT IDEAS, GREAT MOTIVATION TO KEEP MOVING FORWARD.  THANKS TO THEM FOR THEIR TIME AND EXPERTISE.
10/24/2008
CHELSEA FALL HOME TOUR Open SUNDAY  Oct 26, 2008--- 12:30-2:00 PM  14323 Harvey Rd.,  $319,900  Chelsea Schools, low Jackson County Taxes surrounded by the WaterLoo Recreation Area.  Come see the Sandhill Cranes. CLEAR LAKE ROAD AND HARVEY JUST NORTH OF 94 - EXIT 153 OPEN SUNDAY  OCT. 26,2008---2...
10/24/2008
I have recently become aware of a situation where a condo is a foreclosure and the electricity for this three unit building that powers the well pump is in the foreclosure unit.  The two other units are panicking because the well is for all units.   Can a lender turn off the power in a situation ...
02/25/2008
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THis morning the WCR had a meeting that focused on how to work with short sale situations.  It was great information and Peter Schork gave a very informative presentation.  I think what really stood out in my mind was cooperation and how crucial it is to making a successful transaction.  Being pa...
01/11/2008
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I am wondering if anyone markets Ann Arbor as a destination city.  We hear of destination resorts all the time.  When I attend one of the sessions at the National Association of Realtors convention, one of the speakers was talking about demographics and the future buying population.    The statis...
12/10/2007
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Just before THanksgiving I did an update on lake activity for 2007 in the areas that I focus on at my web site, www.annarborlakeliving.com  At that time there were 178 active listings and 78 sales for the year.  In addition, 6 pendings were indicated.  Of the sales, 13 were over $500,000.  The ch...
12/07/2007
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