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What you should know_ Week 1 (1)

 

1. Three Steps To Protect Yourself From Cybercrime During A Real Estate Transaction.

What you should do:
– Stay aware and take necessary precautions – your buyers and sellers are counting on you.

 
2. Experts: Virtually All CA Real Estate Transactions Targeted By Hackers.

What you should do:
– Maybe check out #1 again. And definitely keep your wits about you.

 

3. A real estate debate: Is a new home necessarily a better home?

What you should do:
– New. Old. Somewhere in-between. It doesn’t matter. Keep providing all of the resources
that your buyers need to locate and secure their dream home, and that your sellers need
to sell their home – irrespective of age (it’s only a number, most of the time…)

 

4. Las Vegas real estate broker charged with aiding drug traffickers.

What you should do:
– What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. What happens with your broker, shouldn’t weigh
you down. And when it comes to marketing – having your own CRM and website is a great idea.

 

5. Housing Market is Hot, How To Choose The Right Real Estate Agents For Your Needs. 

What you should do:
– Do some reflecting and see if you live up to these standards being disseminated to your
prospective clients. If you need help, we’re always around. 😉

 
Have a wonderful 4th of July!

 

– Tim

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

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