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Mon Oct 25, 2010
Greg Fowler answered:
Prior to my real estate career, I spent many years as a management consultant. During that tenure, I saw a number fo call centers handling both inbound and outbound calls. Never did see an environment where the sales people were in phone closets.

I did see a lot of effort made in noise reduction. Higher walls between cubes and plenty of sound absoring material help to buffer otherwise wide open spaces. Using modular furniture also provided the most long term flexibility for future office arrangement.

I think with the right design, you can reap most of the benefit you are seeking without having to build a lot of walls and doors. Probably worth brainstorming the true business requirements (contain noise level, some amount of privacy, technology connections, room for laptop and papers, etc) and then seeking advice on how to best accomplish from a design firm.
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Fri Aug 28, 2009
Bruce Lynn answered:
Not in Texas.
This is common other places like CA.

If you need help getting your places rented, please call on me.

Bruce Lynn
Keller Williams Realty
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Sun Jul 19, 2009
Karen Wenzel, e-PRO answered:
an e-PRO is an agent that has completed the NAR e-PRO certification program. If you are curious about it I would suggest you check out the program.
I decided to take the class last year, after nearly 30 yrs in the Real Estate Industry. I saw that the technology in our industry is moving at "light-speed" and I either needed to embrace it or fall behind. It is a wonderful way to make yourself feel comfortable in integrate technology into your business. You take this class on the internet- at your speed.

All the Best to you!
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Wed Nov 4, 2015
Deborah Madey answered: and the websites of local newspapers.
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Mon May 6, 2013
Deborah Madey answered:
You may be referring to Zillow. It is widely reported by both consumers and Realtors that the "Zestimates" can frequently be more than 20-25% off. It still can be a fun site to look at and play with. As far as utilizing the data for merit in a large financial transaction, definitely not advisable. Have fun w/ the site, though! Good mapping can be found there, too. ... more
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