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  Sometimes we wonder if we’re ready to take the next big step, especially when it’s outside our comfort zone. You know you want to do it, you want to try, but this one question keeps holding you back: “Am I Ready?”  And when it involves making a career change, it can be all the more daunting. The

  Both new and experienced real estate professionals have an obligation to their clients and community to be ethical.  Scott Gordon, who is one of our licensed real estate instructors and brokers with over 25 years of experience in the real estate industry had this to say: “Ethics is the real estate industry’s foundation and the framework. Upon

Home Inspections Don’t Have to Be Painful Home inspections are a crucial part of the homebuying process, but they can be nerve-wracking. While the inspection is underway, buyers’ and sellers’ agents alike might be wondering: What will the inspectors find? Will the sale fall through? That anxiety is natural. A Zillow research report found that among sellers

Buyer’s and Seller’s Agents Can Make History With Historic Homes Do you have clients who would jump at the opportunity to live in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s house? Or perhaps the very first mansion in the state of Utah is more their speed? As it turns out, successfully buying or selling historic properties like these requires a particularly

What Is Errors and Omissions Insurance? If you’ve just gotten your real estate license, congratulations — you’ve made it past one of the largest hurdles in your real estate career. Of course, that’s just the beginning of something much bigger. Ahead lies one of the most unique and fulfilling opportunities one can have, but before you start

Buyers and Sellers Alike Are in for a One-of-a-Kind Housing Market Homeownership can be an emotionally taxing process in the best of times, never mind in the wake of a global pandemic, COVID-19 recession, and period of record-low mortgage interest rates. Luckily, stellar real estate agents are here to save the day, imparting knowledge and wisdom to

Check Out This Hotel-Based Solution to America’s Affordable Housing Crisis As the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States, prompting travel restrictions and stay-in-place orders, hotel stays plummeted. Hundreds of millions of rooms sat empty in 2020. Meanwhile, communities across the country have seen “an acute undersupply of housing,” with renting becoming increasingly unaffordable, the National Association of REALTORSⓇ

Vacation Home Sales Surge During COVID-19 Pandemic In the months after COVID-19 hit the United States, vacation home sales shot up, likely the combined result of low-interest rates, a desire to escape amid social distancing and lockdown, and an unprecedented ability to work from anywhere. It’s part of a major cultural shift around work and homebuying in the

What You Need to Know for the Upcoming 2021 Tax Season While 2020 may be behind us, the lingering demons known as last year’s taxes still meander in the dark depths of our minds. COVID-19’s impact on how you prepare your IRS bill is unique, which is why getting ahead on your taxes now will help you

The Criminal Justice System Takes No Pity On Agents Who Commit Fraud In a world filled with malicious intentions, real estate agents must constantly be vigilant when it comes to keeping themselves and their clients safe. It’s a matter of life and death and should be taken seriously. But what happens when the roles are reversed and

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