Monthly Archives for July 2011
Guest Blog Post by IREM staff memberJoel Felix, Senior Curriculum Developer from the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM). Revenue management system-based pricing, once reserved for the biggest real estate management companies, has become an increasingly common strategy to … Continue reading
Are you a REALTOR® and looking to spend less right now? Here’s a helpful list for you of ways that NAR saves you money! CCIM‘s Intro to Commercial Real Estate Investing Course Members can save 50%! IREM‘s Intro to Property … Continue reading
You probably don’t look at your insurance policies more than once a year unless there is an incident. Here is one insurance policy that you need to read monthly because the stakes continue to rise each moment that passes in … Continue reading
I’m a runner. Well, not a fast, enthusiastic runner, but I make the effort to do my best and always make forward progress. One foot in front of the other, right? One thing that I struggle with is taking the … Continue reading
“Being overwhelmed is as beneficial as doing nothing.” – Eric Boles, Fearless Focus It is really easy to be overwhelmed in today’s workplace. In the aftermath of a recession coupled with the ongoing necessity to produce more with less, you … Continue reading
As we focus on the third quarter of 2011, we are faced each day with investment decisions based on projections. Where is the economy headed for the remainder of 2011 or for the next 5 years? Are we headed into inflation or deflation? Are interest rates going to rise or fall?