Fair Housing and Real Estate Blogging

I just attended a fair housing class for my license renewal.   I always love this class, it makes me never want to talk to another living person about real estate. I’m glad the work I do involves never taking a listing and never writing a contract.   I do help show properties to clients […]

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Open House Out House

(We interrupt our series on time shifting open houses to bring you this mundane message about a live open house  held today.)   Today we  were on the way back home from holding another great open house. We had one visitor during the three hours. We weren’t far from home when we passed this outhouse […]

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Single Property Sites – Video Display

Lights, Camera, Action, Sound . . .   Yeah I added sound, don’t want to be completely cliche ridden. We are in a video world. One of the amazing things to me is the acceptablility of very poor quality video when viewing it on the net. All I hear is “High Def” this and “High […]

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Single Property Sites – What’s in a Name

Domain, sub-domain, folder, that is the question whether it is better to suffer the slings and arrows . . . One of the first things you will want to decide is how to handle your domain name for the property site.   Your decision might have to be based on your particular hosting options.   […]

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Single Property Sites – A Time-shift Open House

One of the greatest things to come along is the ability to see some of our favorite televisions shows when ever we want.   Time shifting isn’t new, with VCR’s people have been practicing time shifting for a couple of decades.   Tivo came along to the cable crowd and now we have on demand […]

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Check Your Permalinks with WordPress 2.1

UPDATE     Here is a great plugin for changing your Permalink structure.   It creates 301 redirects when you change the permalinks.       I’ve noticed lately that Google was showing a lot of missing URL and  URL’s not found and HTTP errors. I thought most of those were due to the change […]

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