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What you should know_ Week 1 (1)

 

We bring you another 5 Things You Should Know (+ Do) news roundup for the day:

 

1. California Ballot Initiative To Expand Property Tax Breaks for Wealthy Seniors Could Be Boon to GOP.

What you should do:
– Read the proposed Proposition 13 Tax 13 Tax Transfer Initiative and let us know your
thoughts (More at: “After 40 years, Proposition 13’s failures are evident“).

 
2. Real Estate Agent Has Racist Meltdown Outside House Of Yes In Bushwick.

What you should do:
– Proceed with caution if/when you view media content.
And probably try to not be like that individual.

 

 

3. Palm Beach Real Estate Tycoon Jeff Greene files to run for governor.

What you should do:
– Irrespective of who or what you vote for – simply remember to vote!

 

4. Prospective [home] buyers persist in a tough real estate market.

What you should do:
– Remember to routinely provide your buyers with up-to-date, relevant listing alerts on
property (dream home) matches. They’re counting on you. Don’t let them down.

 

5. Sell your house ASAP with these 5 staging tips.

What you should do:
– Take note of these best practices and which ones you are (or aren’t) incorporating into
your home seller staging plan of action.

 
Hope your week is off to a fantastic start!
– Tim

Marketing Director
Direct | 408.213.4668
tim@propertyminder.com
1101 S. Winchester Blvd, J-225
San Jose, CA 95128

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Weekly real estate marketing tips can be found on our featured Tip Of The Week Archives and our ActiveRain Blog.

 

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