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  • What’s a Conversion Pixel?

    Mar 01, 2016
    In digital imaging, a pixel is the smallest detectable point of an image on a screen. Many tiny pixels make up everything you see on your smart phone, desktop and T.V., but your brain only recognizes the full picture.
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  • Qualities of Highly Effective Leaders in Real Estate

    Jan 04, 2016
    The real estate industry is experiencing a tumultuous and exciting time, with many brokers struggling to keep up with the changes. Some things haven’t changed, however, according to Bill Foss, CEO of EXIT Realty Massachusetts.
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  • Not Too Late to Get Started

    Mar 01, 2016
    The start of the year is marked with new beginnings - resolutions for behavior and self-improvement, diets, joining a gym, cleaning out a closet, etc. As we approach the end of the first quarter of 2016, are those resolutions in the rearview mirror? Or are they still helping to guide us? Putting aside the personal life goals, what have we done to incorporate good work habits into our professional life?
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  • Social a la Carte

    Mar 01, 2016
    Social media isn't as easy as “set-it-and-forget-it” anymore. You certainly won’t get away with posting solely listings (like a robot), but maybe you’ve noticed even content of substance is hardly getting any play on your social channels. What gives?
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  • Time to Review Your Office Policies

    Feb 29, 2016
    April is Fair Housing Month, which makes this a good time to review your office policies and practices to ensure compliance with Fair Housing Laws. It was back in 1974 that the National Association of Realtors® added Article 10 to the Realtor® Code of Ethics. This Article mirrors state and federal law and serves as a reminder of all Realtors®' duty to the public, but periodic fair housing training is always recommended.
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  • {legal Realtor®} Resolving Escrow Disputes

    Feb 29, 2016
    If a transaction fails to close, one of the most common issues facing listing brokers is what to do with escrowed funds when both buyers and sellers demand the funds. Most standard Purchase & Sale Agreement forms provide that if the buyer defaults, the seller is entitled to the funds as "liquidated damages." Those Agreements also state that the sellers' recovery of the deposit as "liquidated damages" is the sole remedy for the sellers.
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