Here’s a batch of articles we found this past week that piqued our interest, including a balanced report on the House Republicans’ proposed mortgage cap, a look back at the real estate crash of 10 years ago and things REALTORS® should focus on instead of cold calling.
The House Republicans’ proposed tax plan that caps the amount of debt eligible for the mortgage interest deduction at $500,000 – down from $1 million – has been vehemently opposed by the National Association Realtors. But how many people will it really affect? Some experts argue that, outside of New York, San Francisco and other large cities, the answer is: not many.
An in-depth look at the real estate crash of 10 years ago, and why today’s real estate environment is different.
Real estate content writer Sarah Layton writes why she believes cold calling is dead and shares her thoughts on what agents should be doing instead: social selling and smart prospecting.
Thirty-two years old with a household income of $75,000 and a 5 percent down payment on a home purchase of $190,000, on average.
How I show my clients I am thankful Lisa Howe
Lisa Howe, an associate broker at Keller Williams Capital Properties in Washington, D.C., writes about how she views results as her true gift to clients.
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