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March sales volume for homes in Campbell is 20.67% higher than March of last year.

So, what do you think? Is the worst over? Right now sales prices mirror sales prices of 2002-2003. How quick do you think the recovery will be? Will we get back to 2007 prices in the next 5 years?
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Redneck realestate

Posted 05-25-2012 at 07:20 AM by RebekahOwen (Real Estate By Rebekah)

The publicís perception of realtors is all glam and mercedes and prada.
You can have that real estate.
Iím gonna show up in jeans and a t-shirt. Cute but not crazy expensive.
Iím gonna show you how to keep all your dough in your pocket and not overpay Uncle Sam.
Iím gonna show you how to do a little tweak to your property and get an extra $450/unit/month/unit for as long as you own it.
Iím gonna help you refinance that klunker mortgage for a lower...
Real Estate Agent
Posted in Humor, Weird
Views 343 Comments 0 RebekahOwen is offline

Drama queen alert! Sjpd ainít cominí!

Posted 12-29-2011 at 06:48 AM by RebekahOwen (Real Estate By Rebekah)

If you cry wolf too many times, the people arenít going to help you when you really need it.
What Aesop knew 1500 years ago, the San Jose Police Department just figured out: The SJPD will no longer respond to alarm calls, because they are a waste of time and cost San Jose residents $662,000/year.
Every day I walk by a car whoís alarm is going off and no one even notices. We know itís a false alarm. Security firms sell us ďsecurityĒ or the illusion of security and the tax paying citizen...
Real Estate Agent
Posted in Uncategorized
Views 837 Comments 0 RebekahOwen is offline

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