How This Simple $130 Device Protects Realtors from Being Charged or Sued

  Once upon a time my sellers suffered a break-in. Things were stolen. Guess who is the first person accused in such a situation? The realtor. After all, they have keys and access. Maybe the agent left the door open; maybe they didn’t watch a potential buyer as they toured through the house. Maybe someone got a hold of the keys that shouldn’t have. It’s a logical conclusion, and the agent would have little…

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Your Debt Might Not Be Your Fault …

    You probably are up to your eyes in debt. Most Canadians are. Most find themselves owing $1500 for every $1000 of their after-tax earnings. That’s a deep hole.  And sometimes, the hole we’re in isn’t even the result of poor decisions or spending habits. Sometimes it results from loss. Death, illness, layoffs in a slow economy – things we can’t control can have a lifelong impact on our finances. Sometimes debt happens…

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How I got Fired

True story. Many details have been left out! I was working for a seller who was out of province. The house they had for sale had no one living in it. They did however have the house partially staged with their own items and had left behind some things with sentimental value as well. When I took the listing, I put up a secure lock box so that no one but a REALTOR would…

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