June, 2016

Home inspector appraises vacant property, leaves with grumpy-looking cat

Working in the mortgage and housing finance industry can be greatly rewarding. Such is the case when home inspector Paul Tateosian from Sarasota, Florida heard some meowing during a vacant property inspection. Click the link below for full story and photos! Source:: http://www.housingwire.com/blogs/1-rewired/post/37349-photos-home-inspector-adopts-grumpiest-looking-cat-discovered-during-vacant-inspection

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Millennials and the home buying experience

Members of the Millennial generation, those in the 18-34 age range, have been slow to enter the home buying market. Sidelined by high unemployment, student loan debts, and tight credit, Millennials have a different outlook on home ownership and long-term investment than previous generations. “The millennials are now adding to the ranks of renters and […]

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It’s still only the beginning of real estate sales in the digital age

It doesn’t take much to realize that the digital world moves fast. And the crazy part, this is only the beginning. HousingWire and Ten-X discussed this along with the latest trends in real estate sales and how those trends impact sales in the latest HousingWire Webinar on Wednesday. Source:: http://www.housingwire.com/blogs/1-rewired/post/37228-its-still-only-the-beginning-of-real-estate-sales-in-the-digital-age

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A Culture of Productivity Makes a Big Difference

A clear focus on agent success drives the RE/MAX culture. But other brands have a very different view of what’s important. RE/MAX President Geoff Lewis explains the advantages of being part of a productive environment in the June 2016 issue of RISMedia’s REAL ESTATE. Download a PDF of Geoff’s column The post A Culture of […]

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