I'll be on the Monday Morning Radio Show 11/5/12 when Keith Robinson (VP of Better Homes & Gardens) will interview me about how the heck I brand myself, how you can too & more importantly why that matters in real estate! Should be fun (It's always fun talking about myself! giggle)
Title: “Cementing Your Brand in a Web 2.0 World”
Date: Monday, November 5, 2012
Times: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST
Reserve your seat now at: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/256281410
Roosevelt added a pool in 1933
Kennedy swam naked in it
Nixon replaced pool with press room
Truman put in bowling lanes
Bush added horseshoe pitch
Reagan introduced TV dinner trays
Read more wacky decor whims of ex-presidents from NBC News
PS: Do not forget to vote!
Hermanity on Huffington Post Live Again: FrankenStorm, Obama Swears & Morgue Hotels!
YouTube CoFounder Steve Chen's $8M Ritz Carlton Penthouse Looks Like Miami Vice & IKEA!
Mountain View Condo For Sale: $1
Nope, I didn't forget a couple of zero's after that 1. This real estate agent has listed his condo in Mountain View (Google, Linked In, etc) for a mere one hundred cents. He owes no mortgage, so he can play this game. It's the "price to entice" strategy!
My Appearance on Huffington Post Live!
On the eve of the 2nd presidential debate, Huffington Post Live asked me to weigh in on my prediction for Obama, why Mitt Romney pulled out of appearance on The View, and anti-bulling!
A Realtor.com survey said 33% of buyers might consider getting a haunted house, especially at a 20% discount! Inventory is tight now, but are buyers that desperate now?!
Buy a $2.1M House, Tear It Down, Build New House: That's How They Roll in Silicon Valley Now!
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, Google Desktop's Steve Lawrence & Danis Dayanov of Talkatone/LinkedIn ALL paid a small fortune to buy a house in Silicon Valley, only to demolish it and build a new home! Gadgets or property, them tech nerds will always love shiny new things!
After lingering on the market since 2010, this overly gaudy, er decorated, Bel Air Mansion in California finally slashed its price from $40m to $25M. Some ppl are just slow learners!
Is Your Dog Worth Your House? Man Sells House To Fund Search For His Lost Dog!
Would you put your house up for sale in order to fund your dog search? Is your dog worth your house?! It is to this Texas man
Rapper Nas' Home Gets Sold at Auction!
Check out American Supermodel and activist Maggie Rizer's simply fabulous home as showcased by Refinery29. A far cry from the hustle & bustle from her NYC modeling days, she now lives in San Francisco East Bay, hoity toity town of Diablo. Average income is well over $200,000/yr. Girlfriend married up!
Uh oh! The listing for 2845 Broadway at $38,500,000 was suddenly ripped from the MLS! Rumor has it the most expensive home in SF ( currently owned by the Sperlings) is actually (and finally!) under contract. 2845 Broadway was purchased for $32Min 2002, remodeling the 17,500 sq ft main home & 6,000 sq ft guest house soared over $20M...and it's not even finished! It will set back a buyer another $8-16 million to complete the build.
Per SocketSite, "Originally listed for $65,000,000 in 2006, if the sale of 2845 Broadway closes within 14 percent of its most recent list price it will be the most expensive home ever sold in San Francisco, relegating 2840 Broadway to the penultimate position at $33,000,000."
Please send me tips if you know any details about the deal or buyers!!
Silicon Valley is the hot bed of technology! ....But everyone wants to live in San Francisco. So corporations like EA, Yahoo, Apple, Facebook, Google have private shuttle systems to ferret their little worker bees to work and home. These are secret lines, but my peeps at Uptown Almanac have published it!
NBA superstar Antoine Walker is finally coming clean on how he lost more than $110M . . in just two years. According to a documentary on ESPN, Antoine spent MILLIONS on women and toys - he dated Evelyn Lozada for many years. But Antoine claims that he blew MOST of his money on BAD REAL ESTATE DEALS.
Here's what he said: 'Personally, I was involved in a lot of real estate projects with the banks where I was the personal guarantor of the loans,' he said. 'And when the recession hit back in 2007 and 2008, the banks went really hard after the money. There's probably like 7 to eight banks that we had loans with. And it kind of hit me all at once. I had to pay back the money.'
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