Here are some of the many letters we received in the debate over what we should call you. Writers on both sides of the fence pointed out that it’s not what you're called but the professionalism you demonstrate that determines the public's perception.
Whether it’s corporate America sending memos, nerds sharing shareware, or friends corresponding long-distance, E-mail has become a craftily cheap way to communicate. But is it facilitating real estate sales? That’s what we asked you, and here’s what we heard:
With sales booming in many parts of the country, we speculated that FSBOs might be taking advantage of the plentiful supply of buyers to avoid listing with a salesperson. So in August we asked for your best sales line or marketing idea to get the do-it-yourselfers to list with you. Here’s what you said.
Keeping up with advances in software and hardware is great, but which products do you actually use? We asked to hear from those of you who've accumulated lots of high-tech paraphernalia. Here's what one technology maven uses and why.
You sure know how to keep a secret. We asked what you should do if you were helping a couple sell their house and buy a new one and the wife confided in you that she was leaving the marriage once she and her husband had sold their house.