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To many looking to rent a Home, a Tenant Brokerage Agreement is the last thing on their mind. Did you know that a lease rental is considered a Real Estate transaction?  Unfortunately, the signing of this document is not usually done by many Real Estate Agents. The reason? Many are afraid […]

Do You know What a Tenant Brokerage Agreement is?


I write this post as a means to educate all Real Estate buyers, renters and sellers alike. Although this usually comes up with buyers and renters, it’s important to understand a little more about the Real Estate profession. In this industry, I have seen and heard enough to make me […]

Myth or Truth? Real Estate Agents work for Free.


If you are a Home Owner considering selling your property, there are many things you need to do in order to get your Home ready. Here are 4 Ways to Prepare your Home For Sale Curb Appeal This is important because that’s how you will drive prospective buyers into your home. […]

4 Ways to Prepare your Home For Sale



Updated from a previous post in July 2014. Customer or Client? What’s the difference? In real estate transactions, buyer-clients are entitled to a higher level of service than buyer customers. Becoming a client typically involves signing a Buyer Representation Agreement with a buyer’s representative, who then owes you fiduciary duties. […]

Are You a Customer or Client in Real Estate? What’s ...


As a Consumer, you probably wonder what a Real Estate Agent/REALTOR® does all day. Has this question crossed your mind? If so, check out this post by RET Staff. Posted by: RET Staff If you’re a real estate agent, chances are that you have probably had to defend your commission once […]

What Do Real Estate Agents really Do?


Welcome to the most current Housing Trends eNewsletter. This eNewsletter is specially designed for you, with national and local housing information that you may find useful whether you’re in the market for a home, thinking about selling your home, or just interested in homeowner issues in general. Please click on […]

April 2015 Housing Trends eNewsletter is out!



In the current Real Estate Market, many Sellers have begun putting out their For Sale By Owner (FSBO) signs throughout the different communities. If you are new to Selling your Home or perhaps know You can do this on your own, then please read this article first. Here are 4 […]

Are You Selling your Home as a For-Sale-By-Owner? Read this ...


  Tips for Home Sellers Today, homes don’t sell themselves. To win the battle for buyer attention and bring in the best offers, you have to play an active role in marketing your home. If you’re serious about selling for top-dollar and in record time, follow these sure-fire tips for staging successfully: […]

Seller Guide: 10 Hardcore Staging Tactics


In Real Estate, stigmatized property is property which buyers or tenants may avoid for reasons that are unrelated to its physical condition or features. The common ones are murder, suicide, or even AIDS; in addition to a belief that a house may be haunted with ghosts. Georgia Stigmatized Property Act states that a Real […]

What is Stigmatized Property in Real Estate?



Many wonder how much a Real Estate Agent makes? Is this a question that you have? If you are wondering the answer to this question, you will benefit from this article posted in RISMedia. How Much Do Real Estate Agents Make? It’s a common question for consumers, students and real […]

How Much Do Real Estate Agents Make?


Many times Customers or Clients, often wonder how much a Real Estate Agent actually gets paid from a sale of a Home. For those of you wondering how exactly this works, please read this excellent article posted by Realtor.com. The Real Estate Commission Explained By: Chrystal Caruthers The real estate commission […]

The Real Estate Commission Explained


Welcome to the most current Housing Trends eNewsletter. This eNewsletter is specially designed for you, with national and local housing information that you may find useful whether you’re in the market for a home, thinking about selling your home, or just interested in homeowner issues in general. Please click on this […]

JULY 2014 Housing Trends eNewsletter



Customer or Client? What’s the difference? In real estate transactions, buyer-clients are entitled to a higher level of service than buyer customers. Becoming a client typically involves signing a Buyer Representation Agreement with a buyer’s representative, who then owes you fiduciary duties. This means that your buyer’s rep is expected […]

In Real Estate: Are you a Customer or Client?


Please read this excellent article written by Dan Wilhelm. In this article you will find an excellent explanation of the difference between a REALTOR® and a Real Estate Agent. Should your real estate agent be a real estate professional? A seemingly logical question might be, aren’t all real estate licensees professionals?  […]

What is the difference between a REALTOR® and a Real ...


 5 reasons Why You should not Sell your Home as a FSBO In this changing Real Estate market, most homeowners have begun to consider the sale of their home. The first thought in their mind is that they can do it themselves, and in turn save the brokerage fees they […]

5 Reasons Why You should not Sell your Home as ...