Real Estate Pre-Licensing Classes - Start now! Learn the Real Estate topics needed to take the State Exam. Put your 60 hours in and get a 70% or more on the class final. Cost is $399 plus books. Share invite with a friend. On my way in about 10 minutes to Charlie's Pizza, 380 Prospect St, E Hartford. Visit http://CTRealEstateSchool.Info or call me at 860-558-2122
Often I get asked where did the name Rubicon Crossings Realty come from? So here goes the story...7 years ago on a September day, Rubicon Crossings was started as a real estate business with it's mission to provide "an irrevocable commitment to it's clients." There is no turning back. It is reported Caesar said, before he crossed the Rubicon River in Italy with his legion, *Älea iacta est* ,* "the die is cast." *We understand the complexities, the anxiety and the stress involved with buying or selling a property and with that in mind...we deliberately work our marketing campaigns to help our sellers get the most exposure possible so they may sell their home at the best terms for them, we deliberately search for the best homes for our buyers and negotiate strongly to get them the best terms and conditions. Back to the story...once Caesar crossed the Rubicon River with his army he was victorious and became the Roman Emperor...he made an irrevocable commi
93.7fm playing Nu Shooz..."Baby, I can't wait"...lol. now that's a good old school tune. Reminds me of the St Rose carnival, walkin around in 7th grade with Tony G's big boom box and eating Sam's Pizza like we ruled the town. :)
They are feeling the heat...or lack of it! I just got off the phone with a seller and boy are they anxious. She's only had her house on the market for 184 days (sarcastic) but the last agent did nothing but put her home on the MLS and have her company print a flyer. What a shame! The more I think about it I understand why she's feeling the heat, she needs to sell her home and winter is coming quickly. Does it make it easier for me when we have lazy and/or incompetent agents not doing anything for their listings? YES, those agents are my competition. At the same time I feel it is an embarassment to my profession. I have a Master of Science degree in Marketing. I spend a couple thousand dollars a month just on my marketing efforts for my listings. I spend a couple thousand dollars a year for real estate continuing education in CT. I hope those other agents, especially in CT step up to the plate or leave the business. Why continue to make us (licensed real estate agents) look lik
Make a 2nd Income, make money on a hobby, or start a new career! Learn the Real Estate topics needed to take the State Exam. Put your 60 hours in and get a 70% or more on the Real Estate Principles and Practices final. Cost is $399 plus books. You can start with as little as $100. Share invite with a friend. Visit http://CTRealEstateSchool.Info to learn more and letâ€™s get started. Email me or call me at 860 558 2122 if you are ready.
*Six Things to Keep In Mind When Selling Your Home* *1. ** Overcome any possible objections a buyer would have. *Sellers donï¿½t often understand that their primary job is to not only eliminate any potential objections that would stand in the way for a buyer to make an offer, but to exceed their expectations as well. If your home is competitively priced, and your homeï¿½s condition exceeds a buyerï¿½s expectations, youï¿½ll get an offer ï¿½ even if it isnï¿½t the offer you want.** * * 2. * Get your home into selling shape. *Cleaning your home is a must. After that, you should consider hiring a stager to give your home the television-worthy polish so many buyers expect today. Assess what other sort of work needs to be done, such as fixing things that donï¿½t work, touching up paint, or cleaning or replacing your carpets. Decide if you need to update your landscaping, and paint, clean or tuck point your homeï¿½s exterior. Understand what it will take to sell your home. If
My focus is helping people increase their lifestyle. I love my huge family and work tiredlessly to help them and my clients everyday. I have been working in real estate since 2000. I have been awarded numerous Top Agent awards and am currently ranked in the Top 1% of the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices global network, over 52,000 agents.
I am also the Founder and Instructor of Rubicon Crossings School of Real Estate: offering state of CT approved pre-licensing class, get info at http://ctrealestateschool.info. My extensive experience is: top producing sales and marketing executive focused on quality service and relationship building. Have over 30 year’s experience helping people in busines, including with two Fortune 100 companies; UPS, UHG and Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices: project management, mortgage lending, residential, commercial and franchise sales, property management and real estate education leader. I live in East Hartford and work all over central CT. My office address is 196 Berlin Turnpike #5, Berlin, CT 06037 and I have been involved in many events in Rocky Hill and Glastonbury. I look forward to helping you every way I can.