Archive for January, 2011

"If you know the environment you’re in, you can prepare for it and succeed!"

January 25th, 2011
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Last week Randy and I attended our company’s annual meeting in Dallas, Texas. Even though my home thermostat registered an outside temperature of -27 degrees this morning, I’m warmer today than I was last Wednesday through Friday. I was not prepared for cold weather in Texas. Thinking it would be in the 50’s, I left my wool socks and silk underwear at home. Read the rest of this entry »

Don't Overlook Opportunities to Sell More Homes in 2011

January 18th, 2011
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Still time for certain veterans to take advantage of the tax credit

·         zero down with no mortgage insurance

·         tax credit extension for certain veterans who
have a signed contract by 4/30/11 Read the rest of this entry »

Be Prepared for 2011

January 11th, 2011
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There will be a ton of opportunity in 2011 for those who stand out from the crowd. With the number of people entering foreclosure starting to decrease, and unemployment rates starting to come down, the market feels supercharged and ready to explode.  Being able to synthesize market data, and clearly articulate the impact of that data for our clientele base, will be a critical differentiator as we turn the corner in the housing market,  at full speed ahead. Read the rest of this entry »

Lessons Learned From 2010

January 4th, 2011
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It’s a wrap!  2010 has come and gone.  Many of us are singing Better than a Hallelujah Sometimes. This was certainly one of the most personally and professionally challenging years for me in recent memory.  How about you? Read the rest of this entry »