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February 8, 2010
Real Estate Issues

Death By Designation – Trends from the comments and some further reading.

There is a body of opinion within the industry that shares some of the concerns regarding real estate agent education that I brought up in my post. The issues have been out there and are under continuous debate. So please don't shoot the messenger.
February 4, 2010
Real Estate Issues

Death by designation – or – if there are more initials after your name than IN your name you may be a “designation junkie”

But recently I ran into an agent that had the following designations on her card ...."Sally Smith, ABR, GRI, CDPE, CRS, & EPro." Ya gotta be kidding me! This person has more designation letters then letters in their name.
February 1, 2010

Gedney Farms – White Plains NY – Single Family Homes

When buyers are looking for high-end single family homes in White Plains NY - A home with plenty of green space and old-world charm – Gedney Farms is the first neighborhood that comes to mind.
February 1, 2010
Just for fun...

Tundra is Toonces….my Siberian Husky can drive a car…

Ok, so one of the advantages of having a pet-friendly real estate practice is that my dogs can sometimes accompany me on my outings.  They add […]
January 31, 2010
Larchmont - Manor Park in early spring

Larchmont NY Housing Market Statistics – Fourth Quarter 2009

Larchmont Property underwent a downturn over the past year. Traditionally, this market had been quite resistant to recession forces however, the crash of 2008 brought prices down. But while it brought prices down those lower prices brought out buyers - particularly in the single family home market.
January 29, 2010
Just for fun...

Freaky Friday: 10 Signs that the photo on your business card is outdated…

One of the reasons I don't have a photo on my business card or web site is because agent photos have gotten so ridiculous. I'm firmly convinced that if I put my 45-year-old mug on a card, people would automatically think I was 80 years of age. After all, having a photo that is dated to about half of our actual age seems to be the industry standard.