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2017 Income Tax Deduction Checklist for Real Estate Agents.

It’s that time of year again, and here’s a handy checklist to email or give to real estate agents.

- By Karen Deis
 
List of Recommended Business Books

In a recent Facebook Poll, I asked my FB friends to provide me with the titles of business books that they have read. That they recommend. With strategies that they have implemented in their mortgage practice. In addition, email the list of business books to your real estate agent partners!

- By Karen Deis
 
 

Realtor Done4U Articles – February/March

Subscribers will find 3 new articles in this Realtor® newsletter. 1) List of Recommended Business Books for Real Estate Agents 2) Instead of an Open House, Why Not Hold an Event? 3) Giving Your Buyers a Neighborhood Experience

- By Karen Deis

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Success in High Heels: How To Hold a Women-Entrepreneur Event

Written By: Karen Deis, Publisher. An interview with Cherie Birch.

Cherie Birch holds an annual “Success In High Heels” event, and I got to interview her about the concept, the location, the invitations, the contracts, the prizes, the exhibitors, and how she gives back to the community!

Before the name of the event turns off the guys reading this interview, it’s an event that can be sponsored by either gender — because it’s all about promoting self-employed women in your community.

Karen: Hey Cherie, thanks for agreeing to share your Success In High Heels event with everyone…I wanted to start out by asking, what’s it all about?

Cherie: I know a lot of women who have lost their jobs, or elected to stay home with their children but still have home-based businesses. I’m not only talking about Avon, Mary Kay, candle or spice companies; I also mean women who own a spa or do photography — businesses like that.

I decided it would be cool to do a mini-fair, inviting them to display (and sell) their products all in one location — and get exposure to more customers.

Karen: I understand that you hold the event in your office, but what if a loan officer does not have a large office space?

Cherie: If located in an office complex, they may want to see if it can be held in the lobby of the building. If not, then ask a title company or even the board of Realtors if you can use their space. If all else fails, you may have to rent a space to hold the event.

Karen: How do you find exhibitors?

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