Monthly Archive:: April 2014

For Your Retirement, Try Dollar Cost Averaging

Since you’re an independent contractor and have to manage your retirement on your own, you might consider taking an investment approach that goes by the name Dollar Cost Averaging. This term simply means you go into the investment market...

Now Hear This: Can You Handle Rejection from a Friend Who Chooses Another Agent?

We’re introducing a new series courtesy of Toby Salgado, a former real estate professional and founder of SuperAgentsLive.com. At the site, Salgado posts podcast interviews with top-producing agents, coaches, authors, and influential voices in real estate. He tries to...

After Trulia Merger, ActiveRain Has More to Prove to Its Users

It’s not clear how active the users of ActiveRain will remain, as the real estate social site seems to be reaching a watershed moment following its latest move to further merge with Trulia. Bloggers on ActiveRain moved quickly to...
April 15, 2014

Are You Sure Your Agents Have the Right Personality for the Job?

It’s a good thing I love writing and I’m not quitting my day job — because I’d never make it in real estate. Maybe it’s because I’m way too direct? Not friendly enough? (OMG, am I a mean person?)...
April 11, 2014

Many FHA Documents Can Now Be Signed Electronically

E-signatures promise to simplify real estate transactions quite a bit, and the industry has worked for a number of years to create standards that everyone can agree to with the aim of making them more widely used than they...