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Professional Real Estate Agent Talk Over Thanksgiving Dinner-The No Nos

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It’s probably just making small talk, but there are certain questions people seem to always ask professional real estate agent at holiday gatherings, cocktail parties, weddings, and even funerals. So, with Thanksgiving just days away, here are a few of the questions that seem to be commonly asked… and why you shouldn’t ask them. #1 “You still doin’  professional real estate agent thing?” I know it doesn’t sound like a horrible question for any real estate agent. It probably isn’t a question people think twice about asking… just making conversation. But it’s essentially saying you never expected the person to make …

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Say NO to FSBO Homes For Sale In Farmington Hills

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Are you thinking about taking the FSBO homes for sale in farmington hills route for selling your house? Here’s something you should know about before you make a big mistake: A home for sale in Farmington Hills, Michigan with signs that say “For Sale by Owner” (FSBO) are always the last one to get sold on the block. Why? As soon as people find out that a real estate agent is not involved in the process, they stop themselves from placing an offer. They are concerned about who is the point of contact. In the back of their mind, they assume …

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No Housing Crash in the Near Future: 4 Reasons Why

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With home prices rising in many areas of the country, many people are worried that we’re headed for a housing crash like the one we suffered in 2008. But here’s the thing: it’s just not true. While it’s understandable that people would look at the current market, consider it a “housing bubble,” and assume it’s going to pop, the truth of the matter is the market today couldn’t be any more different than they were before the crash of 2008. Let’s take a look at four reasons why we’re not headed for another housing crash: 1. Banks have tightened their lending …