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Real estate lawyer Mark Weisleder outlines the difference between patent and latent defects, and what needs to be disclosed by the seller when selling a property.

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If you love broccoli, you might want to try this very different broccoli soup. In the holiday season, you might like to top the dollop of very cold sour cream with some sweet gooey sautéed cranberries.

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Currently, there are no guidelines in place to require a seller or their sales representative to provide third-party verification of the exact square footage of their listed property.

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The problem with goal setting and being goal orientated is that you fail to learn and, ironically, achieve the goal.

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Real estate humour columnist Dan St. Yves imagines Santa sharing some letters he's received from real estate salespeople across the land.

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Christmas cake is outrageous – you can enjoy it all year long because some cakes keep for ages. Here are some tasty Christmas dessert ideas.

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The key to solving the national dream of owning a home is transit. There is math involved in this, but it sure isn’t rocket science or nuclear fission.

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Having a qualified inspector go through the home with the seller can be quite educational and may help them develop a game plan prior to the for sale sign going on the front lawn.

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There are endless books on how to build successful teams, and even some focused on how to build brokerage teams. But few focus on why most team leaders fail at building them.

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Since buyers aren’t normally duped, if the property isn’t properly prepared and/or priced correctly, no amount of advertising will move it.