Homeownership Education & Counseling Archive

Home Office How-To

By Christopher M. Leporini, REALTOR® Magazine For most real estate professionals, the question isn’t whether to work from home, but how much time to spend working there. That said, a well-thought-out home office can shield you from home-based distractions...

Chicken Soup for Your House’s Soul

By Christopher M. Leporini, REALTOR® Magazine We can’t stay healthy if the house we live in is sick. An unhealthy house can be caused by poor ventilation, toxic building materials, or the chemical by-products of household appliances and cleaning...
October 2, 2001

Coloring Client’s Perceptions

By Christopher M. Leporini, REALTOR® Magazine Did a lime green business suit throw a twist into your most recent showing? Could your smiley face-yellow brochures make it difficult for clients to take you seriously? Face it, your color choices...
February 19, 2001

A Look at the Country’s Top Retirement Towns

By Jim DiLorenzo, REALTOR® Magazine Are your clients or customers looking for the best place to retire in the United States? Look no further than America’s 100 Best Places to Retire, now in its second edition (Vacation Publications, Inc.,...
January 22, 2001

What’s Wrong with These Pictures?

By Christina Hoffmann Spira, REALTOR® Magazine There’s no better—or briefer–way to describe this book, than to show you a few of the images that author Martin Poriss, a broker and business development consultant, has amassed in Real Estate Bargains:...
August 21, 2000