From a student--made my day: "Good afternoon. I attended the conference last Friday and want to begin by telling you how much I enjoyed your sessions. Your method of delivery was excellent and the information and knowledge I took away from the two sessions was invaluable. I am a new licensee though I need to state up front I am not young. I am a retired teacher of 35 years in PA so I am a "mature" individual. Having sat through many a conferences during my teaching years I am in a position to recognize great presenters and mediocre ones. You are a great presenter. If possible would you please share with me the slides on the seller list and the buyer list for the perfect transaction? I would really appreciate having a copy of those as a reference. "
#realestate #safety #lawsuits Well, I guess this may have been inevitable. Sadly, no lawsuit will bring her back, and speaking from experience, agents who have been trained in safety still take risks they shouldn't take. ...
So sad.. Someone was just robbed of their LIFE her family and friends are left with heartache and sorrow.. Then someone wants to exploit that for monetary gain... I can't wrap my mind around that sort of thinking.
They feel that someone has to pay for her loss. It's extremely sad what happened but no amount of money will bring her back nor take away the pain. It does make you much more aware to the point of some paranoia, but if something gives you the heebee jeebies, stay away!
I worked for Crye-Leike as an Office Administrator and as a Realtor and we were taught to be careful and to bring new clients to the office at the first meeting to get to know them. As the OA agents would call me and I would stay on the phone with them until they felt safe and comfortable. This was before Beverly was taken. So no you can not blame the Broker for this. I wish they could bring her back, but the ones to blame are in jail. We just have to be very careful as Agents and think carefully when we meet new buyers.
Not the brokers fault. This is ridiculous. What's even more strange is that her son has become a traveling speaker. I chose to not go see him, felt it was inappropriate.
I agree with you Melanie. Thad and I were just talking. We are certainly in an area where meeting at the office is not always practicle. A company policy may be a good thing to have though.
From a student from the "Keep Calm and Follow the Rules" class yesterday in York, PA: "BTW, you're the best instructor, by far, in all courses I've taken in real estate. The information you impart is so valuable and long remembered after the class. Your comfortable method of teaching is also a pleasure, engaging everyone, and not putting anyone on the spot for an answer. It's a pleasure to take a class with you!
I'm thrilled to be teaching this course at GLVAR at the end of the month!Real Estate Investing: Build Wealth Representing Investors and Becoming One Yourself is a new course and is for real estate professionals who want to learn the fundamentals of real estate investment.
Real Estate Investing will be held at the Academy on October 25, 2017. Taught by the phenomenal Melanie McLane, the course counts as an Accredited Buyer's Representative (ABR®) designation elective.
There's a real estate angle to the death of Hugh Hefner; when he sold his property in 2016 for $100 million, he retained a life estate. Life estates are extinguished by the death of the estate holder. ...
Sold from the pages of a catalog, these houses had high-quality materials and were shipped to far-away places. Today, real-estate agents say they’re seeing more listings emphasizing a kit-home provenance.