Real Estate Agents: How the government shut down will affect your business

With: John Meussner, Loan Officer & Mortgage Coach @ Mason-McDuffie Mortgage So it’s been a day and the government is still shut down.  What exactly does that mean?  I’ll spare the humor and all the things I’d like to say – basically it means that some services are available, and others aren’t.      While many […]

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5 Important Tips for REALTOR Safety

Today’s Guest Blogging topic is: REALTOR Safety With: Sonia Figueroa, BROKER @ Century 21 Affiliated  My passion has always been about real estate especially helping those that don’t have a clue about what home buying is all about. I embarked on my real estate journey 13 years and still going strong as if it were […]

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How to Start A Video Blog (Vlog)

Week 5 of our Onion Juice Podcast partnership with: Episode 120 – How to Start A Vlog, with Caleb Jahr   On this episode, I talk to my friend and coworker Caleb Jahr about vlogging. Yes, I said vlogging. If you are unfamiliar, vlogging is a video blog. Caleb is one of those real estate […]

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Top 5 Things to Look for When Hiring a Realtor

Today’s Guest Blogging topic is: How to hire the best Realtor for your needs With: Jessica Wallace, REALTOR @ COLDWELL BANKER Working with the right Realtor makes a huge difference in your success in home buying or home selling.  The ‘right’ Realtor will be different for each person as well depending on personalities and goals.  […]

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How to Build a Media Company: I Love Madison Podcast

Week 4 of our Onion Juice Podcast partnership with: Episode 119 – How to Build a Media Company   What is the I Love Madison Show? The I Love Madison show is all about connecting people in the community, especially the “trailing spouses.” If you moved to Madison because your spouse took a new job, […]

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Insights on How the New Tax Bill may Impact You

Even though we are not tax professionals, we wanted to give you some general insights regarding how the new tax bill* may impact you starting this year. If you have a large first mortgage loan amount, you will be grandfathered in to the interest deduction up to $1,000,000 of your loan as long as it […]

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