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Some of the highlights from this week’s facebook postings.

Have you ever ordered something online and seen the box for the “coupon code”? And you didn’t have a coupon code? So you have to go ahead and pay full price? Paying full price makes us MAD! We just found a great website with up to date coupon codes.

A great video that explains what an energy audit is and how you can tell if you need one. Some tips on doing it yourself or hiring a professional.

Ethan Ewing, President of Bills.com, discusses President Obama’s updates to the HARP program, how to qualify, and the five things you should know about the program. Please note that the HARP program runs through December 2013.

What a great article to share on your marketing materials. it’s about the importance of having a real estate professional.

Free? Yes it is. A QR Mobile Marketing System for the phone. Beautiful optimized website, 20 second creation time, Instant flyer creator, Instant postcard creator, Shortened URL, QR code, Analytics. The brief video explains everything. It looks great. Has anyone seen this or used anything like this?

Here’s an interesting loan modification plan. In a pilot program, it had a very low re-default rate. What do you think about it?

The small mom and pop investment market is growing. Are they part of your marketing plan?

Unscrupulous lending practices are still out there – beware.

Some thoughts to keep in mind when talking to people who are thinking of selling their home. How to emotionally detach when selling.

A tax guide for homeowners.

There are a handful of upgrades that might make sense for homeowners facing negative equity.

Everyone loves a discount! FedEx has a discount partnership agreementwith members of NAR. Double your savings at FedEx Office! NAR Members can now save up to 40% on color copies, posters, signs, banners, direct mail services, and much more through the REALTOR Benefits® Program. Sign up today and sav

Some listing presentation ideas from agents, using different platforms. Each very different and very nicely done.

The Making Home Affordable Refinance Program, aka HARP, has been around since 2009. It has undergone some big changes that will open the program up to more underwater homeowners than before. There will probably be HARP guidelines that are lender overlays, they could affect eligibility. Your best bet for a Home Affordable Refinance is NOT to talk to your bank, talk to a solid and knowledgeable mortgage expert with multiple HARP refinance outlets.




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