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    Social media is a significant marketing tool that is available for real estate brokers. One popular option for displaying a property to potential buyers is YouTube. Video will need to be included in any realtor's marketing strategy. One reason is YouTube is owned by Google. This means there is an opportunity for driving more traffic to a realtor's website and to connect with clients. If you not familiar using YouTube in real estate marketing, then review a few tips to take advantage of this social

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    Real Estate Agent

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    Real Estate Agent Taking up a real estate agent to be a profession is an exceptional choice, which holds a variety of reimbursement. But first a little information about a real estate agent is inevitable. The job description of a real estate agent is quiet simple; they buy, sell and rent properties for and to different clients. A real estate agent needs to know what the house market is in the communities that they are working in. Now coming back to our main topic, the benefits of being a real estate

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    because people are always trying to buy a house or sell a house,or a piece of their property etc.. You might not have a new client everyday but you will have at least one new job/client to deal with every week. Then after making enough sales you came become your own boss. Which means once you become your own boss you can make your own commission rates, the time start working and how long you work, plus you get make your own decisions about who to hire or fire, and who to have

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    The State of Missouri requires professionals to obtain a license before providing services to the public, in many careers. Misconceptions hold that issuance of licenses is just something that is needed in order to charge money for services. Licenses are issued however, because the public puts their trust in professionals who are more knowledgeable than they are. Many people today want to avoid the hassles and risks associated with the transfer of land, so they put their trust in licensed real estate

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    Should deaf people have the freedom to make money however they want? This is one of the controversial issues in the deaf community; if the deaf peddlers should be allowed to peddle ABC cards in public areas or not. The reason it is so controversial is because it’s set up to stereotype deaf people as being unable to work and that they are not educated enough to get a real job. The stereotype is also the very reason that deaf people are unable to get a job because of the discrimination that deaf people

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    Real Estate

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    the state of Idaho, and must be strictly adhered to. Agents who fail to follow these regulations shall be, and frequently are, fined or have their license revoked As it turns out, having chosen to job shadow my grandfather and to learn about the occupation of being a real estate agent was an excellent choice. I originally thought that there may not be a lot to write about, but I quickly learned that there was much more to real estate than I had ever imagined. I discovered that in real estate, a community

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    dedication to long hours to become a successful realtor. But even then your wage is based on market activity. The complexity of being a realtor is a huge drawback. There is not enough time in the day for one to advertise and solicit, market, and manage sales, in addition to keeping up with general office obligations.

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    Are you considering getting into the field of real estate? Some newly licensed agents come into the business with the misconception that the minute your offer gets accepted, you get a big fat paycheck… WRONG! It can be 30-45 days after acceptance of the offer until you receive the commission check. The commission comes after the close of escrow, and is paid through the escrow company. Both the listing agent and the selling agent are paid from the seller, as agreed in the residential purchase agreement

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    Christie Scotty has a problem; she is concerned with people who judge by an occupation. She states that the ubiquitous statement "And what do you do?" is what triggers her concern. Christie was a small town reporter, considered a professional and important job whereas she waited tables during that period of time, she was deciding on what to do next. She then mentions the constant disrespect she got from the customers. The customers always made rude gestures and made unacceptable comments which were

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    before his family, his friends, and even himself. Not only is Willy Loman not a good father and husband, but he was a failure by not becoming successful, not achieving the American Dream. Willy is not a good father for many reasons. He made his occupation his number one priority. For years, he traveled for his work many times that he never had the opportunity to truly get to know his own sons. As a result he did not love them as a father should, his love for his son, Biff, was based on his achievements

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