May 20, 2009

1 in 400 = Smashing Success

Many Agents, Small Market Share What do you call a Presidential candidate who loses four out of every ten votes? A landslide winner (indeed, even garnering 56%-57% of the vote is considered a victory of historic proportions). What do you call a major league hitter who hits into outs two out of every three at-bats?...
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"They’re B-a-a-a-c-k . . ."

Return of the Sub-Prime Lenders One of the surprises — at least to me — wading through all the foreclosures in Minneapolis neighborhoods like Phillips, Camden, and Powderhorn Park is the identity of the banks who now have title (i.e., they’re the owners). It’s a veritable “who’s who” of the most aggressive — and least...
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