Over on Facebook, we asked our friends if they could guess the term to this definition: “A clause in a deed of trust allowing non-judicial foreclosure.” Can you guess the term?
Over on Facebook, we asked our friends if they could guess the term to this definition: “An economic characteristic of land stating that a short supply where demand is great will cause an increase in value – usually based on geography.” Can you guess the term?
This week, our main themes include the city where the dollar doesn’t stretch too far when it comes to real estate, a look at virtual reality with Oculus Rift, Ten-X – the future of real estate and more. Don’t forget, there’s something for everyone to read, so make sure to share what articles resonated with you the most over at the Champions School of Real Estate Facebook and Twitter pages! 1. San Francisco Office Rents Pass Manhattan as Most Expensive in Country Nick Wingfield, Bits Blog – New York Times “Move over Manhattan: …
Real Estate News: September 14th Covering a variety of topics ranging from how much technology matters in the real estate business, how tiny houses could possibly solve some of the worlds biggest problems, how “Online Realtors” are starting to take off in the UK and why Cuba may be the best next real estate investment for Americans, this week’s round up brings us expert perspectives from Huffington Post, xconomy.com, Realtors.com, CNBC and Forbes!. There’s something for everyone to read, so make sure and share what articles resonated the most with you …
Over on Facebook, we asked our friends if they could guess the term to this definition: “Existing water, as in a river, dries up and land appears.” Can you guess the term?
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