The Power Of Real Estate

Real estate agents: Learn how to stand out in an overcrowded market and make more money than ever before. When you tune in to The Power of Real Estate show, you’ll feel like you’re drinking from a fire hose as host Michelle Moore packs all the information you could want, and more, into each 8-12 minute episode. With the market more competitive than ever before, you need the latest tips, tools, and insider secrets to survive the real estate business, and she’s got all that covered!
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Now displaying: August, 2019
Aug 27, 2019

Chris Lowry, general manager for Burns Insurance Group, answers Michelle’s questions in this second of two interviews. Topics addressed include: the impact of a low credit score on rates, the impact of gender on car insurance rates for young drivers, the significance of the age of the roof on home owners insurance, and the relevance of the age of the home.

Aug 20, 2019

Chris Lowry, general manager for Burns Insurance Group, answers Michelle’s questions in this first of two interviews. Topics addressed include: the importance of a home’s proximity to fire hydrants and fire departments, and the impact of recent claims on rates.

Aug 13, 2019

Author Christy Neal outlines three important perspectives that can help you set aside self-defeating ways of thinking. First, she urges us to focus on the buyer or audience instead of ourselves.  Second, Christy reminds us that imperfection is utterly human and people relate to the imperfections we try so hard to hide. Third, we are all entrusted with gifts that have value and that can and will help others.

Aug 6, 2019

Real estate agent Kathy Carter explains the RCS-D (Real Estate Collaborative Specialist — Divorce) designation. This designation addresses issues surrounding divorce that impact the home (or homes) that was/ were purchased by the couple. In this second part of her discussion, Kathy offers two additional tips that especially pertain if one of the spouses intends to keep the house. First, the home should be refinanced immediately so that the leaving spouse is completely clear of the house and the remaining spouse knows without doubt if they can refinance on their own or not. Second, make sure that there is a home inspection on the house.