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By Bob Crane, Forestland Experts! 715-204-9671
(Woodland Management Service / Woodland Real Estate, EXP)
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Visiting with Anna Hatridge on a Saturday Afternoon Anna has been delighting Active Rainers for about two years with very entertaining blogs and an angelic profile photo that shows her sitting in a cloud. She told me today that she is not actually in a cloud, or an angel, but rather that it is some sort of photo editing thing or another. But that does not change the fact that she has some excellent blog posts which had me thinking a long time ago that I should give her a call and let her know. Well today was the day to finally make the call, with a little prodding along from our friend Debbie and her deadline. It was a delightful conversation, where we talked about real estate, the climate of the Show Me state, and the health benefits of having a milkshake for lunch every day, or at le...
By Darren Copeland, Darren Copeland
(Leader One Financial)
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Just south of St. Louis in the lead belt of Missouri sits the wonderful town of Farmington, MO.  If you're looking for a great place to live and need some help, we're here to offer you our FHA Home Loan Farmington.  This program has a ton of great options for you when it comes to purchasing your own home, unlike the conventional mortgage the FHA Home Loan has some looser restrictions, which can really help you get pre-approved quickly!  If you're interested in find out more about this great mortgage program, watch the video here: Thanks for stopping by and reading (and watching) a bit about our FHA Home Loan Farmington, MO.  If you'd like to read more about this great city, check out their website! (and ours!)
By John Mayfield
(Mayfield Real Estate Inc.)
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I believe 2010 will be a "BIG" win for many real estate professionals around the U.S.  Why, you might ask?  Supply and demand is the basic principal that my theory is based upon.  I'm beginning to see (and hear) about more and more agents who are bailing out of the business prior to 2010, opting to not pay association dues.  Basically they're giving up!  I witnessed this same scenario in our board back the mid-80's, and what happened was a reduction of many real estate agents, and the re-entry of many buyers who realized that the economy was not going to change for a few years, and if they wanted to buy a home now was as good a time as any to begin shopping. Here's what I think is about to happen in our industry in 2010: Many agents won't continue to wait for the market to fully rebound...

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