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Before we know it, we will be celebrating July 4th. As we all know, many of us and our clients will be displaying our Flag. In case you did not know it, there are rules as to how to fly the flag. It includes little known facts like if the flag is still flown after dark it must be illuminated. It should never touch the ground, the floor, water or merchandise. I have included the link to the official site for all the information about how to property fly and display our Nations Colors. HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY TO ALL! May our Flag always fly FREE.
We recently purchased a Belkin Live Action Mic to use with the iPhone 4s to do videos. Having trouble getting the Mic to work. It is paired with the phone but it does not record. Does anyone know about this product and if so would be able to offer some advice? Thanks in advance.
Ok friends, I need help. My husband used his upgrade to buy an iPhone4s which in turn we are giving to my sister. She is giving him her iPhone 3GS. ATT guy took the sim card from my husbands old phone and put it into the 3GS. He put my sisters into the 4. He told us that we had to sync(backup) her sim card. Then we are to take her new 4S and do a restore to it. Then, take the 3GS and supposedly restore to a default status? I have gotten as far as syncing her phone. AM I ON THE RIGHT TRACK? Any help would be very much appreciated.
We tend to shy away from the word "expert" in general. We don't use any phrases like that. Our website is a take off of our Hobbs Herder brochure. But we focus mainly on the area we are in, blogs of local information and events, that sort of thing. We promote our advanced search feature. Less on us and more on the value the website offers. But that is just us and the market that we are in.
Patrick Gallagher thanks very much for sharing. Chad Hyams of IMSD teaches about videos and engagement. We shot our first testimonial video in front of the actual house a couple of weeks ago instead of in the closing conference room. It was a hoot. I even got bloopers that were priceless. Bonnie and I want to really get into this. Bonnie got a little tripod for the desk for the iPhone. I have another one that I had gotten for my FLIP camera once. Again, thanks :)
You have struck a chord with us. This is one of our pet peeves especially in this area. Our Board takes a deaf ear to most complaints. It would seem to us that they look at who is making the complaint and decide from there whether or not to go forward. It has gotten so bad here that most of us have the don’t bother attitude. You don’t want to be the whistle blower. No one will work with you if you rock the boat. That being said, the ones that violate the COE continue to run rampant and prey on unsuspecting people or ourselves. Our personal thought is that the Board should have active legal counsel that reviews the complaints and advises the Board as to whether or not action should be taken based on the case facts as it pertains to the COE. This way, hopefully, when a lawyer tells them there is a problem, they might actually listen for a change.
BTW, some of my favorite responses to these kinds of sellers are: "I think I need to be your second REALTOR(r)"....you have to "get it out of your system" by offering this at YOUR price. In six months (or whatever the term of your listing is, come back--I'll still be here--and so will you. As an appraiser, I can prove market aging, which is the phenomenon of a house actually selling for LESS than it should have because it sat for months, allowing buyers to universally say: "What's wrong with that property?"
Chris Smith said something alot of people overlook. which is if its woking stick to it...until it doesnt...agents have this thing with chasing shiny object after shiny object.. but never commit to learning and implementing the last shiny object..then blame the vendor..I watch agents bounce from crm, to crm, then say they cant find one.. pick one , learn it..stick to it until you figure it out.. the only exception is lead gen tools..where u must get roi..after a reasonable time..and effort or just dump it..no matter how amazing, or cutting edge..or pretty.. .. if something works stick to it..and dont bounce to the next shiny object...when you didnt even need or use the last shiny object...and in that case the vendor cant be blamed... the agent didnt take the time to maximize it..