Janis S. Nadler
43 Haverford Station Road Haverford, PA 19041
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Janis S. Nadler
43 Haverford Station Road
Haverford, PA 19041
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2015 NAR Profile Can Help Agents Find Buyers and Sellers
We have noted that The 2015 National Association of REALTORS Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers contains valuable information for sellers and their agents as to how buyers find the homes that they ultimately buy. The profile also contains valuable and interesting information as to how both buyers and sellers find the agents that they ultimately use.
Zombie Apocalypse, Earthquake: Managing Risk In Canada's Housing Markets
Canada's federal housing agency recently revealed the stress tests it conducted to see how it would handle extreme events that impact the housing market.
Wells Fargo hit with $1B fine in mortgage account scandal
Federal regulators on Friday hit banking giant Wells Fargo with a $1 billion fine for violations involving home mortgages and auto insurance.
Parker Principle 12: Standing up to climate change
During our session, we spoke at length about disaster preparedness, stranded assets, rising home insurance rates, and the promise of new home technology — to each other. Out of the 150+ industry leaders who attended Disconnect, ours were the only two voices.
HUD resumes its investigation into Facebook over discriminatory housing ads
Facebook is under investigation for housing discrimination, again. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) reopened an investigation into discriminatory housing advertisements on Facebook, according to a report in Gizmodo.
The bold plan to rebuild the tech behind property listings across the U.S.
Eight of the nation's largest multiple listing services have committed to taking decisive steps toward streamlining the delivery of listing data for real estate agents and brokers.
ListFlash wants to give pre-market listings the eyeballs they deserve
In an effort to increase pre-market listing exposure for its customers, ZipLogix has introduced a new product called listFlash, which gives agents a way to rapidly distribute new listings to brokerage colleagues before they land on the multiple listing service (MLS). It's a "coming soon" alert, in essence.
10 steps for making the most of your open house
Before the internet completely redefined the real estate market, open houses were one of the most effective ways to showcase a home. By using the following tactics, you can improve the effectiveness of your open house ...
5 new tax changes your investor clients will want to know
The new tax law or 2017 "Tax Cuts and Jobs Act" includes five changes that every real estate agent and broker should know for their serious real estate investor clients. Because real estate is all about building relationships, your education on these tax changes is a must for 2018 sales. And the more you know about the tax plan changes, the more likely you are to close deals with these high-end clients.
Truth: Daily naps can change your life as an agent
“Cause Uptown Funk gon’ give it to you!” Ugh, it’s 4:50 a.m. — wake-up time. You’re probably thinking, “What if she falls back asleep?” Because the fear is real. But I know my weaknesses. I have four alarms set strategically with the final one at 6 a.m. that reads: “Making sure!”
The Real Word: Zillow’s homebuying plan and NAR’s logo kerfuffle
Watch Byron Lazine and Nicole White give a real estate agent’s perspective on industry-related topics. This week, they’ll tackle Zillow becoming an iBuyer, NAR’s logo kerfuffle and the value of a buyer’s agent.
Will iBuyers like Opendoor face a sudden backswing?
The newest technology-based companies trying to reinvent the housing-brokerage business are the iBuyers. All are trying to simplify the process of selling one home and buying another. All rely on faith among technologists that algorithms are clairvoyant, and among the public that anything on your phone is a good thing.