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Yesterday, we were the acknowledged winning bidder for a HUD foreclosed home just outside of Carrollton, Kentucky. We will close on the property, assuming everything goes as expected around Thanksgiving. The house is about seven years old, in an adorably cute and prideful little subdivision and...
In a recent blog, I wrote of a month of pain and uncertainty while conjoulling readers to make certain they either had the available assets or insurance to protect their incomes in case of trauma. Well, the saga went on, and finally, relief. As a bit of background, since a tub accident Labor Da...
Ladies & Gentlemen of the profession! You hold yourself up as a professional and as a customer, I demand that you act like it. We have all heard how bad the market is, that 7 million homes will meet the foreclosure nail and that nobody has a clue. Well, let me be the one to tell you, either y...
Location, location, location. We've all heard it for centuries. New York City, London, Rome, Bastogne, cross roads and harbors, all. As we all try to find the perfect place to live, work and play, I want to remind all you professionals, be sure to insure your lively-hoods. On Labor Day, 2007,...
Ladies and Gentlemen of Kentucky,We are about six weeks away from one of the most important elections for Governor that Kentucky has faced in its history. I know this sounds canned, but if you are a Kentucky voter, please consider my view of this election.We have four good men running to serve o...
On Thursday and Friday of this week, I fortunately had the pleasure to attend classes which will lead to attainment of CRB (Certified Real Estate Broker). It was two of the most vinegar and oil days of my recent memory. As I live in Crestwood, an Oldham County suburb of Louisville, it was my g...
As the real estate world embraces internet technology, it has been a commitment of mine to always see that my agents and the clients they serve have the most advantageous technology available. We are constantly looking for tools and programs that give our small firm market strength equal to the ...
Can anyone report on the condition of the Indiana Real Estate Commission. Has it totally disappeared from the radar? Am I spoiled? The Kentucky commission is such a well-run small state commission and as a professional, I certainly enjoy having a solid responsive commission monitoring the act...
Over the past 10 plus years of real estate licensure, I have made several mistakes. Most notable was not moving to Oldham County five years before I did. In my career, I regret not getting my real estate and auctioneer licenses right out of college.Tell me about your regrets.
No silly, its not about real estate, but rather turf. Tonight is the University of Kentucky verses the University of Louisville Football Game. Here in Oldham County Kentucky, UL fans find a rare harbor as UL fans probably outnumber UK fans even moreso than in Jefferson County (home of UL). I ...