Posts Tagged ‘Real Estate’

Inviting ch’i, the vital force that inhabits spaces, is crucial to helping you sell an empty listing. Helping ch’i will move through and energize the spaces will help the home to feel lived in and welcoming.


You and your seller have walked through the first part of their Feng Shui Analysis and you’ve left them with a tough assignment: to emotionally say good-bye to their house. If they’ve taken this step, however, your job of helping them to de-personalize the house and prepare it for showings will be easier. Let’s look at this process through feng-shui eyes.


Every real estate agent I know has their own determining factors on whether or not they want to take a listing. One such factor you may not have thought of is a Feng Shui analysis with the homeowner.


The following Facebook & LinkedIn Tips For Realtors were drawn from a panel discussion moderated by Victor Lund of the WAV Group entitled “The Power of Social Networking: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Blogging Tactics of Top Luxury Professionals” at the 7th Annual Luxury Real Estate Spring Retreat on Tuesday, April 29, 2009 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Las Vegas.


The following Blogging Tips For Realtors were drawn from a panel discussion moderated by Victor Lund of the WAV Group entitled “The Power of Social Networking: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Blogging Tactics of Top Luxury Professionals” at the 7th Annual Luxury Real Estate Spring Retreat on Tuesday, April 29, 2009 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Las Vegas.


The following Twitter Tips For Realtors were drawn from a panel discussion moderated by Victor Lund of the WAV Group entitled “The Power of Social Networking: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Blogging Tactics of Top Luxury Professionals” at the 7th Annual Luxury Real Estate Spring Retreat on Tuesday, April 29, 2009 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Las Vegas.


Customers, and Agents, are always asking us, “How many Hits does your real estate company website get?” Well, the simple answer is that PerryAndCo.com averaged about 1,500,000 ‘hits’ per month during 2008. But Hits is a rather nebulous term, and it really doesn’t tell you much about how much traffic a website gets.


The 2008 statistics are in, and once again Perry & Co.’s average home sales price exceeded the Metro Denver average by over 200%!


The First Time Buyer defined:
They are buying homes today that don’t have inflated equity.
They don’t have to wait for their home to sell.
They have sellers willing to pay their closing costs and buy-down already good interest rates…


Asbestos was included in thousands of construction products and still exist in nearly 80% of homes built prior to 1978. Common asbestos materials include attic insulation, ceiling tiles, and pipe lining.