Elders in Action

09 Apr
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Most service organizations develop a formal or casual relationship with non-profit organizations, especially in a city like Portland.  Bridges In Real Estate supports this “giving back” to the greater good in many ways. But why should anyone care, much less take the time, to listen? Creating customized, strategic, compassionate planning is the basis of the […]

The Joy of Taxes

27 Mar
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  The Joy of Taxes!    For most of us, paying taxes ranks with root canals, chronic pain or enduring a losing season.  But, there is always a bright side in every situation or a silver lining to every cloud!             Paying taxes means you are earning enough to share […]

A Realtor Offers More Than Keys to the Door!

28 Jun
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For the majority of the population, a home is the biggest purchase they will ever make.  Hours are spent researching properties online and in person.  Buyers investigate the neighborhood, the school district, and agonize over square footage, floor plans, kitchen layout, bathrooms, fixtures, closets, bedrooms and yard.  While a buyer should consider all of these […]

There is no “I” in real estate part 2

16 Mar

There is no “I” in Real Estate Part II      It is worth delving a little deeper into the team concept that exists in the course of a real estate transaction.  It is important that a Realtor be able to work collaboratively with clients and contractors, however today we will address the job description of […]

There is no “I” in real estate

16 Mar

To be successful in real estate, teamwork is essential. Cultivating relationships is always an important part of life, especially in service industries. Many great leaders and coaches from Mahatma Ghandi to John Wooden lead through example and love. However there are times when it’s important to have one person take the reins. In real estate […]

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