Home Sales- Valuable Real Estate Training Resources

Friday, July 14, 2017, AM | Leave Comment

Buying a new home offers several advantages for buyers that include energy efficiency, personalizing during the process of building by selecting floors and more as well as quality construction. There are also numerous advantages for agents who sell new homes. Working in this industry gives people the chance to access more clients, lower marketing expenses […]



3 Financial Strategies To Help You Recover From An Injury

Thursday, July 13, 2017, AM | Leave Comment

Individuals who have sustained serious injuries may have considerable difficulties managing their finances in either the immediate aftermath of the accident or on a long term basis. Regardless of what your insurance claim adjustor may tell you, there is no one-size-fits-all financial solution in the event of a serious injury. An insurance settlement may help […]



Family Finance: 5 Things You Should Be Considering When a Family Member Becomes Disabled

Wednesday, July 12, 2017, AM | Leave Comment

No one likes to think of the possibility of themselves or a precious loved one becoming temporarily or permanently disabled. But if such unfortunate circumstances do arise, we must deal with problems and know that in dealing with the subject of “disability” for a family member, we must keep several issues in mind regarding the […]



AAA: Hands-Free Texting Not The Same As Distraction-Free

Tuesday, July 11, 2017, AM | Leave Comment

With the wave of awareness efforts and education-focused campaigns about the safety risks of distracted driving, it was inevitable that the technology industry would begin to introduce alternative options such as hands-free text messaging and solutions for similar types of digital communication. However, it was far less predictable that these forms of communication would eventually […]



Finalizing Finances: How to Increase the Value of Your Home Before You Sell It

Monday, July 10, 2017, AM | Leave Comment

When you’re getting ready to sell your home, it’s important that you take whatever steps you can to increase its value and get a better price for it. Losing money on a house should be avoided at all costs, and breaking even, though better than taking a loss, is still not as good as making […]



Use These Five Steps to Delegate Project Work

Sunday, July 9, 2017, AM | Leave Comment

As a project manager, you cannot do all the project work yourself. You can’t create all the deliverables, respond to all the risks, solve every issue, perform all communication, etc. You have to be able to delegate. Some of the delegation is natural – such as assigning schedule work to team members. The schedule includes […]



Why You Should Never Own a Credit Card

Saturday, July 8, 2017, AM | Leave Comment

The amount of debt carried by teens and young adults from the ages of 18 to 24 has gone up over 100% since the year 1992. Given that as these young adults are spending up to 30% of their income to pay for this debt, it is important that teens and the parents of teens […]



6 Tips that Will Get Your Business Through the First Year

Friday, July 7, 2017, AM | Leave Comment

Startups are currently the most popular way of getting a business going and they are heavily based around rising quickly, which means that the first year is definitely the most important one. While there is no truth to the myth that the majority of startups are built to fail quickly, rapid failure is a reality […]



Bouncing Back From Bankruptcy? 3 Strategies For Putting Your Life Together Again

Thursday, July 6, 2017, AM | Leave Comment

If you have just filed for bankruptcy, you may feel like you are starting from scratch when it comes to getting credit. While this may be true for some, it may still be possible to get approval for credit cards or auto loans. What can you do after a bankruptcy to put yourself in as […]



Tenant Screening 101: How To Get An Ideal Renter

Wednesday, July 5, 2017, AM | Leave Comment

Unless you have a rare talent of predicting the future, you would agree that it’s never possible to tell if someone is going to make a great or a delinquent tenant simply from a short interview. And although some experienced landlords might say that they’ve developed some kind of a gut feeling helping them distinguish […]