In 2006, 4 guys got together to create a micro blogging service that let users post messages 140 characters long. In 2013, they (and the people who supported them) will earn the value it took 7 years to make once Twitter’s initial public offering hits the market. When they were thinking about selling shares in […]
Can any one apartment or property be more valuable than another? It could if it offers you everything you want at a price you’re willing to pay. Since you’re in the market for a new home, how are you finding the best real estate value when each listing is similar in quality has comparable benefits, […]
I remember being asked by a woman who was interviewing me, “What makes you different from the brokers I’ve met so far?” That question and her tone said it all. Choosing to begin our interview on that note meant she wasn’t in the mood to listen to another broker talk about their award winning website or […]
At the beginning of each year, real estate brokers publish market reports on Brooklyn home sales from the previous year and attempt to forecast where home values will go. While predictions about what your brownstone might sell for today is, at best, a professional guess, it’s based on information agents have come to rely upon. […]
Imagine you see an applicant sitting in the reception area of a company, waiting to interview for a position with a starting salary of $90,000 a year.
Out comes an individual who calls their name, formally introduces them self over a firm handshake and escorts them to their office.
Once inside they’re invited to have a seat, after which the applicant offers a copy of their resume.
And after a series of questions about their education and credentials comes the question they prepared all morning long to answer …
How does your experience qualify you for the position?