Patricia S Harris
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Perhaps we obsess to much over some things... these are the listing photos for a property that sold for just below fair market value average price in less than 30 days. I'm certainly not advocating poor photography but I see this kind of thing more often than you might think. Inadequate marketing but the right property in the right location at the right price = SOLD anyway. (Makes my amateur photography skills and equipment look pretty damn good. LOL (Not sure what it says for RTB for our industry though.)
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Anyone using the Mariner Paperless software with their ScanSnap? With code, it is 40% off this month making it less than $30 (pretty inexpensive if it works as they say). If you use it, do you like it?
BTW, if you just want an image button, you can easily make with any number of online sources. Sumo Paint is a good/easy online program. Flashvortex makes buttons that click, glow, etc. I am very much a novice so I look for easy on everything! ;)
Tim: I agree. If there is "advantage" to be gained on the buyer's side by virtue of the buyer's agent presenting the offer - which I believe is Robert's point - then that by definition means that there is DISADVANTAGE (or at least potential disadvantage) in allowing that to happen if you're on the other side of the deal. Ergo, why would you want that to happen if you rep the seller?