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Last chance to sign up!  Seating is limited.  Free lunch included.    Networking.

Surgance is hosting a free seminar to help you achieve your goals in 2011.  Peter Brock, a former New England Patriot and GROWTHco consultant, will motivate you to attack your goals in 2011 with complete commitment.  Jim Desrosiers will lead you through interactive exercises in goal identification, goal setting, and time management.

This process has been used in over 100 companies totaling 1500+ high-level executives.  Are you still increasing sales, revenue, and profits…even in this economy?  Do you want more results at work and at home with less struggle?  Jim and Pete’s clients are experiencing more success in all areas of life.  Let them show you how.  Plus, the same process is being used in schools and nonprofit organizations through Surgance’s YES (Youth Empowerment Services) and we invite you to help us teach kids how to succeed at school…at home…and in life.   This is a no-fluff, action oriented, results based, transformational program for those who are ready to realize their ultimate potential.

Wednesday, Dec 29th at the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel, 138 St. James Avenue in Boston from 11:30am to 2pm.  RSVP by contacting Jim here.

Let us help you make 2011 the best year so far…for you, your business, your family, and our community’s kids.


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Many of you may know Mallory Murphy. She has been helping me blog over the last four months. Look out for her wedding photos coming in March 2011.

Mallory and James used to live on the UES. They spent a lot of time together around their neighborhood and really felt like it reflected them as a couple. So we decided to photos around their old haunts. Starting with the stoop of their old apt. building. The weirdest coincidence in the world is that it is also MY apt. building. I moved their this Sept. without knowing that it was Mallory’s previous home. Very funny!

We took photos in front of diners and restaurants they frequented and incorporated their hobbies and pets! I love their unique concept shoot! I also loved going out to dinner with them at Quattro Gatti and being able to walk home :) !

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From Realtor.com this writers question hit home for me…take a look and see if you encounter this very thing!

By Bob Kelly, Guest Writer

There seems to be a new trend these days among buyers.  Just about the point when they talk about how much they love the house and want to make an offer, comes a question out of left field: “How much did (…)
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1. They don’t ask enough questions of their lender and end up missing out on the best deal.

2. They don’t act quickly enough to make a decision and someone else buys the house.

3. They don’t find the right agent who’s willing to help them through the homebuying process.(…)
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Appraisals in my market have been a little tricky lately. It is important for sellers to understand that although we are agreeing to a price negotiated at the offer stage, the big issue may come from the appraisal. Recently I had 2 properties, 1 condo and 1 multi unit have to re-negotiate the otp price to meet the appraisal. If a seller asks “should I get an appraisal” I tell them “I would”!!


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I closed this morning on a multi unit property with 3 units with a first time buyer. I met this buyer through my local Chamber of Commerce networking group in 2007. At that time he was 1 year out of college and had a dream of buying an investment property with a unit he could move into. (…)
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I have been working with several buyers that are continuing to search for the perfect property! They are just not motivated to buy and are thinking the prices will continue to come down and they can wait. What I am finding is that buyers that are ready willing and able to buy are getting great (…)
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  • SEPTEMBER 16, 2010, 4:33 P.M. ET
  • 10 Reasons To Buy a Home

    Enough with the doom and gloom about homeownership. Brett Arends explains why owning a home is a good thing.

    • By BRETT ARENDS

    Enough with the doom and gloom about homeownership.(…)
    Read the rest of 10 Reasons to Buy a Home (1,158 words)


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    By: Dona DeZube

    Published: August 24, 2010

    When your house no longer suits you, you can move or remodel. Find out which big change is the right investment of your housing dollars.

    Just about everything else—remodeling costs, the hassle of living in a construction zone, or the ability to live happily without one more bathroom–is a personal preference. After all, your home isn’t just your largest investment; it’s also the place where your family lives.

    1. Will remodeling make your home better than everyone else’s?(…)
    Read the rest of Should You Move or Remodel? (488 words)


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    Article From BuyAndSell.HouseLogic.com

    By: G. M. Filisko
    Published: March 11, 2010

    By knowing how much mortgage you can handle, you can ensure that home ownership will fit in your budget.

    Homeownership should make you feel safe and secure, and that includes financially. Be sure you can afford your home by calculating how much of a mortgage you can safely fit into your budget.

    Instead of just taking out the biggest mortgage a lender qualifies you(…)
    Read the rest of 4 tips to determine how much mortgage you can afford (546 words)


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