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New Listing for a New Year

If 2020 is your year to either buy or sell a home, there are a few renovation projects that an owner can do to help spice up the place. As a seller, the right renovations can help give you top dollar for selling. As a buyer, renovations can allow you to see the home as a newer property and see its potential. Not all work done to a home adds value that equates to the market value of your home, so its good to be in the know before you go spend a penny or request for modifications. Listing...

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10 Things To Do To Make You Happier

Exercise Exercise produces changes in the parts of the brain that regulate stress and anxiety. So that run you wanted to skip can actually increase brain sensitivity to the hormone’s serotonin and norepinephrine, which relieve feelings of depression. Most importantly, it doesn’t matter how intense the workout is! You can lift your mood from exercise no matter the intensity, so go on a quick bike ride, take those stairs instead of the elevator, and find your happiness.   Make a list of all of your accomplishments Seeing a list of everything you’ve accomplished can get you ready for what’s...

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Why Referrals Are The Heart of Business

A realtor has two jobs, sales and lead generation. Just as any other business owner, without leads and your ability to sell to those leads, you have a hobby, not a business. When growing a business, many realtors try to reach the masses and convert those cold leads into revenue. It isn’t impossible, but it takes a lot of time. For example, they say, for a buyer you meet at an open house, it takes 8-12 touch points until they start to trust you. Success is about building relationships, so its why any business and real estate agents should start with their sphere of influence....

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Experience Never Gets Old

With older generations not ready (or able) to retire, it might be time to embrace the multigenerational workforce Born between 1946 and 1964, Boomers started reaching retirement age of 65 in 2011. With about 76 million boomers in the US alone, more than you would think either don’t want to retire or they simply can’t. Famed for their work ethic and commitment to getting the job done, Boomers often represent a walking trust of organizational knowledge, between work ethic and sheer years of experience in the workplace: these older workers were less likely to switch employers throughout their careers. But with a rapid growth of...

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Rebranding to Reignite Your Business

As your company continues to grow you will need to rebrand, but will you be able to know when that is? As businesses continue to evolve over time, they tend to change and develop into something completely different than when it originally started. They change their look and brand to match new aspects of their company’s everchanging direction. But it is more than playing with new fonts or colors, you need to think tactfully to build a new client base while keeping the loyal one you have. With the risks involved, rebranding is a lot like walking across a tightrope…. step carefully or you...

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