- 43OCALA$156,900 Read More
- 2430 N PINE AVENUE32OCALA$99,000 Read More
- LOCUST COURSE RADIALOCALA$7,990 Read More
- JUNIPER ROADOCALA$110,000 Read More
- 60MORRISTON$80,000 Read More
- SW 145TH PLACE ROADOCALA$19,900 Read More
- 10710 SE 43RD AVENUE32BELLEVIEW$185,000 Read More
- 1805 SE 47TH TERRACEGAINESVILLE$50,000 Read More
- 14711 SW 79TH AVE ROAD32OCALA$165,900 Read More
- 250 SE 146th TERRACE32WILLISTON$115,000 Read More
- NW 43RD LNOCALA$74,900 Read More
- 14871 SW 26th LANE32OCALA$170,000 Read More
Your past clients and sphere truly are your most important area of lead generation and focus. Your plan should include how you will market to them, how often you will call them and what will you say when you call. You will also want to set a budget and timelines for your touches and expect that you will need to make at least 30-60 touches a year to stay top of mind.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, which has struck the California real estate market, we as a community and industry have seen and experienced ever-changing policies, protocols and guidelines. From virtual tours and open houses, masked and gloved home inspections, and sanitation precautions to new contract advisories, the ways properties are being bought and sold may look different, but the processes still remain an essential part of the American way of life.
Low Housing Stock and Large Down Payments Stand in the Way of the Next Generation of AAPI Homebuyers
The Asian Real Estate Association of America (AREAA) is a national non-profit trade organization dedicated to improving the lives of the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community through homeownership. AREAA is a powerful national voice not only for its members—housing and real estate professionals—but also, the communities they serve. AREAA represents more than 17,000 members across 41 chapters.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, millions of Americans filed for unemployment benefits over the past several months. This aid was helping residents pay their rents, but with the added COVID-related benefits ending, and no extension yet announced, it could spell trouble for the industry. According to a new Zillow report, during the first week of July, 22.6 percent of U.S. apartment households did not pay any rent—up from 19.2 percent the first week of June and higher than any month since at least March.
(TNS)—Perhaps you’ve made loaves of delicious challah or sourdough bread during the coronavirus lockdown or picked up crispy baguettes from your favorite bakery. White bread is so amazingly good when it’s fresh from the oven; sadly, it goes stale very quickly.
Of course, leftover bread can be ground into crumbs or torn into crunchy croutons (I keep crumbs and croutons in my freezer to top macaroni and cheese or to add to salads), but there are many more creative and enjoyable ways to use day-old bread.