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  • Is An Inspection Really Necessary?

    It's a beautiful day, you have finally found a home and the rain waters are drying.  You're feeling pretty good about the upcoming inspection and you are full of optimism about that inspection ...
    Posted to Sheila Bell (Weblog) by 615345 on May 10, 2011
  • Musings

    Having recently changed companies, I am in the process of examing the future (immediate, near, distant).  It occurs to me that I've been in somewhat of a fog for far too long and it's time to get off of my proverbial "butt".  There is so much to do, so little time in which to accomplish that which I intend.  ...
    Posted to Sheila Bell (Weblog) by 615345 on December 14, 2010
  • Realtors Amend Its Code of Ethics to Include Protection for the GLBT Community

    Is sexual orientation discrimination in housing legal? Maybe. By Lani Rosales on November 9, 2010 Can landlords legally deny renting to a gay couple because they’re gay? Can a Realtor refuse to negotiate on behalf of a transgendered woman because she’s transgendered? Can a builder jack up the price of ...
    Posted to Sheila Bell (Weblog) by 615345 on November 9, 2010
  • Online-Offline Networking At Any Age

    "Combining online/offline networking gets the most out of relationship building.  By implementing both online and offline, target markets are increased exponentially."    So says a Pew Research report on the "new paradigm shift".  Are you combining both so that you "leave no client prospect or active ...
    Posted to Sheila Bell (Weblog) by 615345 on October 29, 2010
  • A Conversation with a Friend

    I had lunch with a good friend last week who owns a management consulting company.  As always, the conversation was insightful and useful.  We are both especially interested in customer relations management, so that was our primary topic. We compared stories and they were startling!  How about calling a purported sales professional ...
    Posted to Sheila Bell (Weblog) by 615345 on August 9, 2010
  • Use of the term 'Realtor' in a registered domain name is restricted by trademark.

    As a consumer, you should be aware that there is a trademark on the word "Realtor" and it is an important distinction for you.  As the client of a Realtor, you are assured that they are governed by a Code of Ethics.  IF for some unfortunate reason you need to complain about your treatment by your Realtor, you may contact the ...
    Posted to Sheila Bell (Weblog) by 615345 on July 21, 2010