Adorable ALL BRICK Ranch that is convenient to schools, YMCA, library, shopping. You name it! Perfect starter home for someone with a green thumb to get the most out of thelarge yard. Kitchen is open to dining area. Living room has wood burning fireplace and built-ins bookshelves. Bedrooms have plenty of closet space.
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Q. I love your new business cards! Did you design these yourself?
A. Look, I’m good at selling houses and helping families find homes. But I’m NOT good at graphic design. Fortunately, I’ve just had an intern studying graphic design work with me for a few weeks. She was AMAZING!
Her name is Maggie Zamapirra. You can find her at http://maggiezam.com/ or reach out to her at firstname.lastname@example.org. I can promise you that you’ll be pleased with her work ethic, professionalism and her finished products.
BTW, if you would like one of my new business cards, just give me a shout and I send it to you. I’ll even send you a couple so you can tell others about my real estate consulting services.
Once again, Raleigh has hit the top of the list! According to a recent article in Forbes magazine Raleigh-Durham is #2 in America’s Biggest Brain Magnet. Forbes says, “The area is a magnet for technology companies fleeing the more expensive, congested and highly regulated northeast corridor. Affordable housing and short commute times are no doubt highly attractive to millennials seeking to start a family.”
With our low unemployment rate and affordable housing, Raleigh just makes sense. Throw in our average commute time of 22 minutes, which is about 1/3 of the commute in big cities, and you’ve got a great place to live.
Whether you are looking for a condo in the city, a suburban family home, or a home with land, I can help you find the best home in the best city.
Q. Yvonne, I know you have a gmail account. Were you one of the half a million people that lost everything?
A. No, thank God! I feel the pain for those who lost all their data. I’ve had that happen when I was running my inbox and files on my hard drive. It is extremely unpleasant to rebuild everything. That’s why I switched to cloud computing like gmail. But Jim (my husband) has always told me I should find a way to backup the cloud. After this gmail scare, I freely admit Jim is right!
So, here’s a resource for everyone that backs up not just your gmail inbox, but also your google calendar. google contacts and a bunch of other applications including Facebook and Twitter. The best thing is that it is free for a year, if you backup today and use the promo code “savegmail”. Sleep better at night. Backup!
Here is the link: goo.gl/0LXra