5 Things You Should Know (6/6)

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1. Group temporarily bans real estate signs to improve town.

What you should do:
– Make sure you have a strong online presence. Who knows when a sign ban may creep
into your neck of the woods?


2. Who controls the data that fuels real estate deals?

What you should do:
– Provide your sellers and buyers with all of the real estate info they need to make responsible
decisions (remember we just purchased a server that houses the largest MLS photos)!


3. Real estate headache: Baby boomers who won’t sell their homes.

What you should do:
– Keep reminding folks what their home is worth (Baby Boomers included). You never know
what increase in the value if their home will make them want to potentiall sell (with YOU).


4. California congressman who lost endorsement of NAR for pro-discrimination comments advances to the general election in November.
What you should do:
– Take note of anti-discrimination laws in your area. And, irrespective of where you stand, VOTE.


5. First-Timer FAQ: How Do Real Estate Commissions Work?

What you should do:
– Is this how you determine your commission(s)? If not, re-evaluate how you handle things.


Do you like our “5 Things” series? What kind of other news would you like to see featured on our blog? Always love hearing from y’all!

Have a great rest of your day,
– Tim

Marketing Director
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