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Bruce Kirsch
Bruce Kirsch writes on:

1-Day Real Estate Financial Modeling Workshop


Virtual Attendance - 1-Day Real Estate Financial Modeling Workshop at the McCombs School of Business, The University of Texas at Austin on 4/29/2011 - 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Eastern
When & Where

Friday, April 29th, 2011 from 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Eastern Time
Live Audio and Computer Monitor Feed using GoToWebinar

In this 1-day session, participants will [...]

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Michael Kaufman, AIA

#1 Thing To Help Your Business? Location, Location, Location-Based Social Network


The single largest question that inevitably arises when business owners see location-based social networks in the media is “What’s in it for me?” Beside the obvious opportunity for distributing digital versions of simple offers (i.e. coupons), there are more subtle ways to work the system.
Part of this equation is the understanding of the differences between [...]

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Stephen Frey
Stephen Frey writes on:

Letting Nature Speak - Lines Which Inspire


I skied Stowe’s Mountain’s heralded Perry Merrill trail in the gorgeous sun recently. Hoar frost stuck intensely to the branches, frozen there from the last night’s sudden snow and drop in temperatures. The upper reaches of the mountain were a wintry wonderland and a true, albeit ironic, gift of Spring.
This is what inspires me to [...]

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Julio Diaz
Julio Diaz writes on:

What to Look for in a Credit Card Processing Service



Eric Martin
Eric Martin writes on:

Who Will Be The Star Trek Generation?


As I listened to Billy Joel’s “Summer, Highland Falls” last night I couldn’t help but compare it to the political climate of today. We live in a world of no compromise. Neither side wants to give, they only want to get. When Billy Joel sings this song in concert he usually dedicates it to “All the Manic Depressives in the audience.” Is that what our society has become?

Marie Burgos
Marie Burgos writes on:

The look of Mohair in Design


Did you know Mohair was created from the long silky hair of the Angora goat? The Angora goat is thought to originate from the mountains of Tibet, making their way to Turkey in the 16th century. Of course, Mohair is shorn from the goat without harming the animal. Here is a good looking Angora goat! [...]

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Julio Diaz
Julio Diaz writes on:

Why Does Your Business Need a Credit Card Processing Service?


A versatile, reliable credit card processing service, can help your business increase sales by enabling you to accept all forms of payment from anywhere at anytime. With a first-rate credit card processing service, you can accomplish the folllowing:

Accept all Forms of Payment - With an adept credit card processing service, your business can accept and [...]

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Bruce Kirsch
Bruce Kirsch writes on:

REFM’s Level 1 Certification Exam is Now Online!


The three Levels of REFM’s Certification Program In Excel For Real Estate measure proficiency in operating skillfully and efficiently in Microsoft Excel for the specific purpose of real estate transaction and partnership modeling analysis. Holding each subsequent Level of REFM Certification further validates your skills and demonstrates your seriousness about being an expert.
The rigorous Certification [...]

Nicholas Miner
Nicholas Miner writes on:

If you ask 10 different brokers, you will get…


So, as I’m reading through my daily feeds on what is happening in the residential real estate market in Arizona, I see how one could easily become confused about what is happening! For instance, here are all of the headlines just from today regarding our residential real estate market.

Empty houses taking toll on Valley

Drastic home-value [...]

Gail Green
Gail Green writes on:

ON PAINT - “Any Color…as Long as it’s Black” (Part 1)


Paint, one of the most inexpensive and important elements of design, was not one of Henry Ford’s favorite interests. In his reference to all cars being painted black, Ford wanted to maintain an identity, a branding if you will, for the automobile he created.

As homeowners, we have a vast array of choices, black being among [...]

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