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Opinion: Conning on the bad enough Portuguese cost of living – By Len Port - Portuguese American Journal
In today’s changing real estate market, agents must be up-to-date on industry trends, as well as the larger fiscal changes in the world around us. From new technologies to inventory issues, to the post-pandemic shifting of customers’ needs, real estate professionals meet new challenges every day of the week. It’s no wonder they’re often confused and frustrated about how to help their business grow and succeed!
Another June has almost come and gone as summer is underway. June isn’t just National Homeownership Month here in the States, it’s also known around the world as Pride Month, and we are headed into the crescendo of the celebration with cities like New York City, San Francisco and Toronto hosting major Pride parades that are expected to draw millions of marchers and attendees.
Above: JBGoodwin REALTORS® was honored with its first Top Workplaces USA national award in 2022. Here, San Antonio agents come together for a Habitat for Humanity build.
JBGoodwin REALTORS® may be celebrating its 50th anniversary in business this year, but the company’s culture is more relevant than ever. With a simple but mighty mission statement to “help people,” the Austin and San Antonio, Texas-based firm has fostered an environment that supports and motivates agents.
Are you planning on selling your home? Do you have an abundance of furniture that is cluttering your property?
Ask any real estate professional and they are likely to tell you that a cluttered property is more challenging to sell.
When your property starts to look like a hoarder’s home, it is challenging for a buyer to picture themselves living in the home.
The perfect solution when you no longer have a need for furniture is to donate it to charity.
Jeff Burgess, owner of CENTURY 21 Lighthouse Realty, has announced a new partnership with Jason Barber, owner of First Coast Realty Group, LLC. The two Florida-based firms will form a local Jacksonville office to act as a one-stop shop for local homebuyers, sellers and property investors. Burgess, Barber, and their now combined team of 180 sales professionals will leverage the CENTURY 21 brand’s productivity platform, marketing, and agent coaching to build relationships with the residents of Florida’s Atlantic coast.
Weichert, Realtors has announced it will host its 22nd Annual Charity Outing on Thursday, August 18, at Fiddler’s Elbow Country Club in Bedminster, New Jersey. The event, which will raise funds for the American Cancer Society (ACS) and breast cancer research, will be coordinated by Chairperson Joe McDonald, regional vice president of Weichert, Realtors, the company said.