Making the most of Keller Williams Family Reunion

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011

Keller Williams Family Reunion is right around the corner and after attending for 11 straight years, I’ve come up with some tip for making the most of it. 1. Take a sharpie marker to write on the back of the cards you collect. some agents have slick cards that a ball point pen won’t work […]

What’s in YOUR RealtorMobile?

Friday, July 2nd, 2010

After 8 years and 106,000 miles of car and driver bliss, this weekend the time came for me to trade in my 2000 Honda Odyssey Minivan. Eight years is a long time to own a car…especially one that you, as a Realtor and a Mom practically live out of. I thought I’d take just a […]

Are listings on FB a viloation of the Code of Ethics?

Monday, June 7th, 2010

This information at the bottom of this post came today from the Tennessee Association of Realtors regarding advertising of your listings on Facebook and the Realtor Code of Ethics.  We’ve had discussion about this in several of the Lead Generation with Facebook classes over the last couple of months. A quick way to make sure […]

Good News for the Williamson County Real Estate Market -Monthly Sales Report- April 2010

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010

Monthly Sales Report April 2010 Williamson County Association of REALTORS® Announces April 2010 Sales Statistics May 12, 2010 (Franklin, TN) – The Williamson County Association of REALTORS® announces the statistics for home sales in Williamson County, TN for the month of April 2010. There were 281 residential and condominium closings reported during this period according to figures […]

What Forms Does A Buyer Need to Claim the Homebuyer Tax Credit for 2009?

Tuesday, April 6th, 2010

Do you have clients that are claiming the Homebuyer Tax Credit? The IRS has just posted an updated Form 5405 to claim that credit. With taxes due NOW, they’ll need this. You can download the form (in PDF format) visit: And, in keeping with the times, the IRS has also posted a brief YouTube […]