Realtor “education” is laughably bad, and conflicts with evaluating local market value.
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Monthly Notes | Neighborhoods, Nest Party and a Stable Market?
I liked this note quite a bit – topics ranging from a market update to Nest’s annual client party to two stories about buyers with vastly different buying experiences.
Monthly Notes | Real Estate Disruption & How It’s Supposed to Be
This month, I tell the story of how a client was treated by another realtor, and how a real estate transaction is supposed to be. I love this story, because it highlights how a great realtor can help.
Monthly Notes | Shifting – the Market, Life, Expectations
This note has one of the best pieces of advice I give to my buyer clients, and poop engagement.
Monthly Notes | Hoodies & the Charlottesville Market
I’m going to be posting my previously-written monthly notes. Since starting these in early 2013, the only thing that I’ve lamented about the notes is the lack of search- and link-ability. I’ve written before that the blog is my…
Monthly Note Archives | A Question for You, Where’s the Market and Why Buy a Home
This note is one of my favorites ever, because it has two notes from clients, one of which is the epitome of why I do what I do, and why they bought a home. The second note highlight the necessary detachment a great Realtor needs.
Monthly Note Archives | Realtors’ Responsibility, Going Local, Evaluating the A-Team
The February 2013 Monthly Note from Jim Duncan – ASAP, Going Local, Realtors’ great responsibilities and the evaluation of the A-Team.