Karla Lárraga
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  Apartment List’s 2016 ranking of the best cities for young families repeats what we’ve been hearing in the news for years: if you want to live in a family-friendly environment, move to Texas! Apartment List took a number of factors into consideration as they determined the rankings of nearly 500 cities nationwide. By comparing criminality, child friendliness, education and housing, they determined that nearly 20% of their top 100 cities nationwide are in Texas. Of the top 20? Nearly half! The Houston suburbs of Pearland (10th), League City (18th) and Sugar …

Karla Lárraga
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A few months ago we shared a post on our Champions Blog about Content Planning for Social Media – step one to your social media strategy. Consider this – whenever a post is being shared to promote a link or even just text, adding visuals and video are much more likely to increase engagement than a simple text post. In this blog, we are going to cover how to actually create the graphics you see on all the social media platforms. Following our last blog, we received feedback from people asking …

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I was asked recently, and from my Champion’s instructor’s perspective, what were the most frequent questions I am asked by students who are in the process of obtaining a real estate license? I decided to consider the top three questions, which are as follow: Question #1: Can you give me some insights and guide me toward choosing the right sponsoring broker after I obtain my real estate license? Question #2: “How do I best prepare for the State Exam?” Question #3: “What is the single-most important attribute one can possess …

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  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?

Karla Lárraga
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Two salespeople decided to start a new career to sell shoes. They traveled to new territory in an indigenous country to open up new markets. Three days after arriving, one salesperson said, “I’m returning on the next flight. I can’t sell shoes here. Everybody is barefoot.” The other salesperson, at the same time, sent an excited email to the shoe factory, sharing that “the prospects here are unlimited. Nobody wears shoes!”   The lesson in this story – a negative mindset will never give you a positive life - applies to …


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