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Wed Jan 25, 2012
Joe answered:
I do too. I saw them last year at the Fillmore. It was a double bill: Timber Hollow Floors, with Douglas Fir Softwood opening for them. Great show, sponsored by PineSol.
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Fri Jul 11, 2008
Eric H. Wong answered:
I think video tours are a great innovation. I know quite a few Realtors who are using Youtube to show their listings. Most, if not all buyers these days are going to the internet before they even talk to an agent. The more information we can make available to them the better for both the client and the agent.
As far as why more agents are not doing it? It has taken our industry forever to get to the point where we are now. When you compare out industry to others and their use of technology and when they adopted new forms of marketing and information distribution, you will see that we lag far behind. Fear of the new, we are too bull headed as independent contractors, who knows?
But if you see something that can help your business, go for it.
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Thu Apr 3, 2008
Mary answered: -- San Francisco Chronicle -- San Jose Mercury News
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Thu Oct 20, 2016
Kenneth Lee answered:
Try You can advertise for free and also choose the specific district.
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Wed May 21, 2008
Elizabeth Sechrest answered:
The Franklin report is researching San Francisco right now. The book and website will launch in 2009.
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Tue May 27, 2008
Greg Corvi answered:
You can try using a website called loopnet which has some commercial listings. However, I recommed you speak with a local commercial broker who specializes in the type of building which you are looking for. A good broker knows what is out there and cost per square foot, etc. There are many different levels of commercial involvement so you need to choose someone who works in the area and type of property you will be purchasing or leasing. I know a few different ones, if you want to contact me and give more details, I will be happy to put you in touch with the appropriate person. Good luck.
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Mon Jan 7, 2008
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Mon Feb 23, 2015
Patti Phillips answered:
I can't wait for more answers on this one also, as I haven't yet heard WHAT they are- just mention of them. Does someone on here have a flooring person who might know?
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Sat Dec 22, 2007
Sally Rosenman answered:
By asking a realtor (like me) to look it up on the Realdex or by going to City Hall to the Assessor's office. Realtor's can easily do it without leaving our desks.
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Fri Dec 21, 2007
Carrie Crowell answered:
Your local court house has a record of all purchases.
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Tue Mar 10, 2015
Infinity Realty Network answered:
I dont use either CRM you are using so i might not be the best to answer this but ill respond and maybe by getting you back to the top someone else might catch this.

Are you a realtor, or repro looking for another CRM system to use, or is this as specific as you asked. Please respond with a more general question. I have not heard of either CRM you use, and not sure if any others use the same. Try to search through old tech tips about CRM's that are common to other realtors and you might get some more information.

Good Luck
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Thu Apr 8, 2010
Adelina Rotar answered:
Have you tried There are a ton of rentals there.
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Wed Oct 3, 2007
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Wed Jul 26, 2017
Artur Urbanski answered:
Jason, try Good luck. Getting clients through agent and broker exams in California is everything they do.
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Sat Jul 14, 2007
Melanie Narducci answered:
I Googled "buildable lots" and didn't find much beyond, which seems kind of cheesy. I usually build strong relationships with experienced realtors and developers who understand my business model in the geographic region that I'm looking. Nothing beats networking! Just my two cents. Melanie ... more
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Tue May 27, 2008
Roberta Murphy answered:
Good to see you here, vFlyer! We would like widgets to our blogs, to our websites, to social networking sites.
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Wed Sep 15, 2010
California Mortgage Broker answered:
I'm so glad you asked that question. The answer is...BOTH! I wrote about both services the other day and said: "I love the opportunity Zillow offers but wonder if they are the biker chick who will take off to Mexico leaving us broken-hearted. I know Redfin will ride this sugardaddy until he's broke than move onto the next sucker. Trulia might just be the gal you marry. Let's see how this plays out." Check out the link for my full opinion ... more
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