Patricia S Harris
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For those of you on Yelp. A warning. Locally it was discovered that some horrific images (child related, I can't even say it) were posted on the Yelp pages of various businesses. It's the weekend. These images are still up. Law enforcement involved, but be very careful as Yelp apparently has NO control over what images are posted on YOUR business profile. Check your profiles often! Even when I post images to a new listing on the Z site they call me with a special code to enter.
I just wanted to remind folks of something. We talk a lot about our sites, and lead generation, and clients and what they want to see in a site, IDX, lead capture, etc. But in the last 2 months I've received 8 AGENT referrals from around the country who all found me online. For buyers and sellers. So I found it is important to be clear what areas you serve, and demonstrate your value as a full time, experienced professional. That is all :) I think all are going to buy or sell in the next 2 months, and for me, that's 4+ million in business right there.
Does anyone have a hard time with their iPhone combining contacts that shouldn't be combined. I have two friends w/ similar names (but not same) Callaghan and Callahan and they are combined! Ugh. Same with my brother and dad with same name. How do I keep it from combining people? Maybe just unsync w/ facebook?
Very true Matt Wilkins, here if the date passes for contingency removal we'd have to issue a notice to perform, and if not performed, the seller would cancel but not have right to deposit. If however the buyer removed contingency and then later couldn't obtain loan, deposit could be at risk. Each state and contract protocol is different :)
I'd compare to Listingstoleads.com before moving forward with epropertysites. We used to use epropertysites for our CL postings, but found we were getting ghosted way too much. Problem solved when we moved to listingstoleads.
The other thing about Carbonite is that, with premium service, they will mail you a copy of your files for loading. If you have do download any sizable amount of data, it can take several days or more, so having this alternative was important to me. I use Dropbox too, but would never consider it a full backup solution.