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Realtor Beware: The TOO Effusive “Thank You”

Too Much of a Good Thing? “As I am smoking . . . I don’t expect to be thanked.” –What John Hurt’s character — in “Love and Death on Long Island” (1997) — says to the cab driver, when the latter points to the cab’s “Thank You For Not Smoking” sign, and asks Hurt to extinguish his cigarette. Who doesn’t want...
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Why Difficult Buyers Are Harder to Spot Than Difficult Sellers

The Housing Market’s “One-Percenters” In my experience, the vast majority of people who want to buy or sell a home (at least in Minnesota) are a delight to get to know and work with. And the fact that so much of my business is from referrals says that my clients feel the same way about...
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