It’s so rewarding to look back at our year and tally how much we and our partners have raised for worthy causes here in the Treasure Valley! Here’s how we raised thousands of dollars for people in need this year (and how you can do the same in 2020).
I try to make this column as useful as possible, packing it with tips about how you can be more productive, more organized, more successful.
Taxes in November? This time of year, our phones start ringing off the hook with questions about how that’s possible. It might be unusual, but yes — in Idaho, homeowners will receive their first property tax bill this month. Here’s a guide to how it works that you can share with your buyers and sellers.
When was the last time you took a continuing education class?
If that question leaves you scratching your head, it’s time to check out the fall and winter offerings organized by Customer Service and Education Coordinator Michelle Arevalo. Michelle and Customer Service Representative Jessyca Hanson offer a one-two punch of services that can help you take your skills to the next level.
What if you could spend the winter worrying less about building your business in the spring? That’s not just a dream — it’s a real possibility if you use a customer relationship management platform, or CRM, wisely.
Bill Clinton is the youngest governor in the country. Atari just released an out-of-this world video game called Asteroids, and people are going bananas for Michael Jackson’s first solo album. The year is 1979 and Lynn Darling is just embarking on her 40-year career in title.
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Email used to run my life.
I’m sure you can relate. As a member of this industry, you know how easily the sheer volume of emails can overwhelm you. I get between 300 and 400 emails every day — and I bet your inbox is just as crazy.
Just a few years ago, Kathy Sabin — stepmom to Fidelity’s own Kristina Sabin — received terrifying news: She had breast cancer. She was diagnosed a mere six months after her last mammogram, which didn’t hint at the disease lurking in her body.
Eva Steinwald is a real estate agent, but her career has dovetailed with her other passion: martial arts. She became an agent in 1998, just a year after buying Idaho Martial Arts in Eagle.
“After a few years working as a real estate agent, I realized how unaware other agents were about their safety when working with buyers and sellers,” she says.