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What constitutes a negative real estate industry post?

What constitutes a negative real estate industry post by Richard WeisserI have often been accused of being a “doom and gloom” writer that focuses on the negative aspects of what is happening in the real estate industry.

But my critics tend to lose sight of the fact that real estate is a business, and all business owners must face the reality that market forces can affect the future of their enterprise.

To ignore these changes would demonstrate a lack of due diligence of behalf of those responsible for making the right decisions for perpetuating their company’s growth and competitive survival.

To suggest that adaptation to change is the remedy for all market maladies and is the cure all for every business ill may be short-sighted.

Adaptation is reactive.

With the proper information in hand businesses can choose to be proactive and businesses owners can choose to direct their own destiny, rather than trying to keep up with changes after the fact.

Keeping that in mind, the dissemination of pertinent and relevant information can be considered as a POSITIVE benefit to decision makers.

 

Knowledge is power. And armed with knowledge and foresight, a business can take positive action before it is too late! 

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20 commentsRichard Weisser • July 30 2014 05:36AM
What constitutes a negative real estate industry post?
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Zillow announces it will acquire Trulia!
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Coweta County’s Red Hot Real Estate Market Cools Off Slightly.
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Will Zillow's Trulia acquisition end traditional real estate brokerage
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About as reliable as the weather!
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When the stacks start tumbling down.
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If the house is NOT completely done we are not closing!
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Security breach? You need to provide a new method of payment or else!
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To traipse afoot through copse and hell!
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To traipse afoot through copse and hell*, As toes go numb and ankles swell, The throbbing legs chastise the brain, Can all this “fun” be worth the pain? (R Weisser 2014) On paper it seemed like a reasonable plan. A fourteen mile hike from… more
Happy Birthday America! The celebration is on for SOME of us!
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When it comes to national holidays of political significance, Independence Day is the granddaddy of them all! It’s a day for parades, barbeques and of course, fireworks! But over the last few years there has been a disturbing trend of… more
5 reasons for all real estate agents to start considering new careers.
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How to avoid being sucked into the social siphon.
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The view is quite a different one When looking outside in.
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The view is quite a different one When looking outside in, What once seemed to be as plain as day Is now opaque as tin, Could I have been so oblivious? Which led to my chagrin, Because the view is quite a different one When looking outside in! … more
Will a consumer find correct real estate information on the Internet?
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When life gets in the way!
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It’s so hard to get things done When life gets in the way. So close the window blinds and shun The glaring light of day! Eschew the nagging blooms that steal Our precious time away, And focus on each task and deal. There is no time for play!… more
My perch on the porch!
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As Zeus from Olympus gazed upon The feats of heroes, gods and man, So too, from my lofty perch I spy On Nature’s gifts and passers-by! ( R Weisser 2014) In Summer in the South, porches are generally reserved for the cooler early mornings… more
Illegal, unethical, immoral, or against the rules?
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Professional confrontation.
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