Archive for August, 2012

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Home prices across 20 cities in the United States rose in June over the same time last year.  This is the first year over year increase since the summer of 2010.  The Texas market has been improving ahead of the rest of the country.  It is great news for Texans that the rest of the country is now following suit.  With Texas being one of the healthiest states for jobs and one of the most attractive areas for relocation, this is great news for our market.  Families and people across the nation that have wanted to move or buy property in Texas have not been able to because they have not been able to sell their properties elsewhere.

Now that properties across the country are starting to sell we should see more people headed to Texas.  And that means more buyers!

When you work with Zach Sams at Fidelity National Title you close more deals.  Ask Me How?

If you want to be the best Real Estate Agent, then you need to take advantage of the great tools that are out there for you.  One of those tools is Fidelity Agent 2.0, this is our newest version and it goes live on September 10th.

I will be offering live demos and training classes on 3 different days the week before.  September 4th, 5th, and 6th from noon to 1:00PM. Come by learn the new system and have some lunch.  Please let me know if you are coming.

zach.sams@fnf.com or 817-527-1181Image

iPAD for Sellers’ Agents

Posted: August 28, 2012 in Classes
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iPAD for Sellers' Agents

This is not a class on just apps! We will be showing you step by step how you can implement your IPad when working with a Sellers.

iPAD for Buyes’ Agents

Posted: August 28, 2012 in Classes
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iPAD for Buyes' Agents

This is not a class on just apps! We will be showing you step by step how you can implement your IPad when working with a buyer.

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Dallas/Ft. Worth has four area communitites close to the top of CNN Money’s list of the Top 100 places to live in the country.  McKinney tops the DFW communities at #2.

Also in the ranking was Allen at #13, Mansfield at #28, and Flower Mound at #32.

#1 on CNN Money’s list was Carmel, Ind.

Here is what was written by CNNMoney regarding McKinney, TX:

“Established in 1848, McKinney is one of northern Texas’ oldest towns. Stroll around downtown, and you’ll see cotton mills and feed stores transformed into hip boutiques and art galleries.

The city offers plenty of housing options, from starter homes to old Victorians and ‘Texas-style’ five-bedrooms. Low taxes have lured companies with white-collar jobs in technology and energy, a new hospital opened in July, and a conference center and hotel complex is in the works.

McKinney’s location on the fringes of the Dallas area means commuters have a longer drive downtown, but also easy access to rolling green hills, golf courses, and leafy open spaces lacking in neighboring towns”

Texas has a total of 5 states in the ranking with four of the communities coming from the DFW metro area.  No other state had more than five cities ranked.

Read more at http://money.cnn.com/magazines/moneymag/best-places/2012/top100/

FIDELITY NATIONAL TITLE IS DOING IT AGAIN.  doing what?  BRING MORE TOOLS AND RESOURCES TO THE MARKET PLACE THAN ANYONE ELSE. that’s not fair! all I have is balloons and cookies! I KNOW, THAT IS BECAUSE YOU DON’T WORK FOR FIDELITY!  i wish i did.  OF COURSE YOU DO!

FIDELITY AGENT 2.0 GOES LIVE ON SEPTEMBER 10TH.  COME TO MY OFFICE ON EITHER SEPTEMBER 4TH, 5TH, OR 6TH FOR A LIVE DEMO AND LUNCH!!

email me to rsvp zach.sams@fnf.com 

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iPAD for Buyer’s Agents

August 28, 2012 10:00AM – 11:00AM

Fidelity National Title Company  2435 E. Southlake BLVD. Ste., 150

iPAD for Listing Agents

September 6, 2012 10:00AM – 11:00AM

Fidelity National Title Company  2435 E. Southlake BLVD. Ste., 150

Great tool to add to your business!!

Where is the Runaway Inflation?

I love reading Mark Dotzour blog.  He is brilliant and easy to understand.  We are constantly hearing about the potential for inflation and in this post he talks about why we have not seen it yet.