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topStories Friday, October 12, 2018
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Lifestyle Changes to Help You Save for a Down Payment
Risk Management Tips for Protecting Your Real Estate Business
By Mark Mathis, VP of Sales for
To be a great real estate agent, you should be focused on two things: being a successful agent, and the happiness of your clients. To do this, you have to be aware of the various risks that you or your clients may encounter. Save All of Your Documents: In most states, real estate agents are required to save all documents pertaining to their clients for six years. These documents include everything from financial statements to legal documents. By keeping the documents, you are ensuring protection for yourself should a situation arise. If you receive an email from a client, save it as a PDF or print a hard copy. Keeping these forms of communication can ensure your preparedness as a real ...
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5 Ways to Communicate Better With Your Clients
When it comes to serving your real estate clients with excellence, you can't underestimate... READ MORE >
Get Your Habits in Line; Get Your Business to Thrive
Success is a byproduct of many things. While some say it boils down to luck and timing... READ MORE >
4 Keys to Leveraging Your Success
Success isn't something that comes about by coincidence, a happy accident or a stroke... READ MORE >
Mortgage Affordability: Homebuyers in Suburban Metros Spread Thin
Amid market challenges like rising interest rates and inventory shortages lies another... READ MORE >

Should You Pay Debts First or Save? Use These Guidelines to Decide
By Amy Fontinelle
(TNS)—Simple math suggests it's probably better to pay off debt before saving for retirement or adding to your emergency fund.
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