Posts Tagged ‘Listings’

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Take a minute to watch this video about an addition to our already stellar listing service. Showing Feedback – talk about value proposition to your client.

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Dustin Curlee, Licensed Assistant


Hi KW Family,

Check out my video on shifting your paradigm. I think it’s super important. 🙂

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Dustin Curlee, Licensed Assistant


Below is a short video clip talking about what I do behind the scenes…in real estate. 😉

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Dustin Curlee

Hi guys and girls,

Sometimes in the frenzy of our technological society we forget about some very basic, some might call them archaic, modes of marketing. But these dusty old relics are the foundations upon which marketing is built. And foundations are a critical part of a structure, wouldn’t you agree? 🙂

You can lead a horse to water...

You can lead a horse to water...



 I’m writing a blog right now…a web log. Get it – weB Log…blog. Blogs are uber popular. They are considered one of the greatest marketing tools around right now. They are free. They are world wide. They are easily accessible. They are fairly user friendly. And in terms of marketing tools for a business to generate leads, they really are an invaluable asset. So has this blog been my greatest marketing tool? What do you think? (more…)

I got not a 1 comment on the Third Party Financing Addendum blog…interesting! Either people don’t know the real purpose behind this particular addendum, or they feel the same waythat I do. Let’s see what happens over the weekend.

So what is tip #3 in order to help ensure a clear close – Survey’s.

This is what a survey looks like – Survey. Not that I think you don’t know what a survey looks like. I’m sure that everyone reading this does. I just like having clickable files on the blog. It’s kinda cool.

Why is a survey important to a clear close? Paragraph C on the purchase contract addresses the survey of a home. If you represent the Seller, then most likely you are given a certain amount of days to provide the Buyer with a survey. Typically it is 5-7 days. If you as the agent do not provide that Buyer with the survey then, most likely, your Seller will be responsible to purchase a new one. (more…)

HOA – Hidden Fees

Posted: February 26, 2008 in General
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Peek-a-boo This may be old news to some of you, but it certainly wasn’t to our client. It was a total SHOCK!

Last Thursday once of the agents that I work for had a closing. I showed up at the Title Company for a totally different reason than this particular agents closing, but I happen to be there nonetheless. Suddenly the door opened up where they were closing and the agent says, “Dustin, come here! I need an answer.” Needless to say I was taken aback and wondering what the issue was.

When I walked into the closing room I saw a very disgruntled client and an agent looking at me like, “Um, what in the world is this???” He pointed at the HUD Statement to line 1305. Guess what was there – a fee from our beloved management company in the amount of $315.00 charged to the Seller. (more…)

HOA – the saga continues

Posted: February 21, 2008 in General
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Are you ready for the next installment? This gets good.

I’m all ears

So yesterday, if you remember, I posted a letter that I wrote to a local management company about the Texas Property Code’s language about days that the company had to deliver docs to the agent or owner. Well, I received an e-mail back late yesterday afternoon. It was less than cordial, if you could imagine.

In a nutshell it said that they are doing us the favors, they have 10 business days, or else it wouldn’t be posted that way (that almost made me laugh), and that she didn’t appreciate my not appreciating all of her hard work. Hm! I responded with a short reply that said, basically, the “favors” being done for us were breaking the law, that Pr…I mean, this management company was infamous for their unprofessionalism, and that I wanted an answer as to how they can change the law’s wording. (more…)