This is a simple, succinct, motivational publication designed to allow your immediate success with regard to signing listings. It easily, and quickly, educates proven seller interaction protocol that leads to sign listings. If you have a seller to sign today, or in the near future, this publication will efficiently both boost your confidence in a simple process, and illuminate the most vital seller tactics used by top listing agents.
"Too simple to be of any use in real Real Estate"
A brand new book specifically for new real estate agents; this is the fast track to listening and talking like an experienced real estate agent. Learn what to ask, what to say, and when to say it. Starting out in real estate is very challenging. The Real Estate Talks is an immediate education in the challenging conversations of a real estate transaction.
"Great for new agents!"
The second season of the Tor.com Collection includes ten Tor.com audiobooks originally published separately in the winter of 2016.
"Good Halloween collection"
In this brand new book, discover what unmentioned small choices you make have huge, meaningful impacts on not only your financial future, but also your fitness, health, relationships, and professional life. Modern home ownership data reveals many things you never thought of!
"This a life book and less of a real estate book"
The stories are as infamous as the artists who tell them. With their boasts of drugs, extortion, and even murder, in today's world rappers need rap sheets before they can even hope to have a platinum record. So with all this grandstanding about their criminal nature, why haven't more hip-hop artists been busted for the crimes that they brag of, and why haven't high-profile crimes, replete with witnesses and media coverage, ever been solved?
"A riveting journey into the dark side of hip hop."
The first season of the Tor.com Collection includes the following Tor.com audiobooks originally published separately in the fall of 2015: The Sorcerer of the Wildeeps by Kai Ashante Wilson; Witches of Lychford by Paul Cornell; Sunset Mantle by Alter S. Reiss; Binti by Nnedi Okorafor; The Last Witness by K. J. Parker; Of Sorrow & Such by Angela Slatter; Envy of Angels by Matt Wallace; The Builders by Daniel Polansky....
"Slow and Not Interesting"
Are Tea Party supporters merely a group of conservative citizens concerned about government spending? Or are they racists who refuse to accept Barack Obama as their president because he's not white? Change They Can't Believe In offers an alternative argument--that the Tea Party is driven by the reemergence of a reactionary movement in American politics that is fueled by a fear that America has changed for the worse.
"Intriguing research, but not much of a book"
Brad Bird is a director at Pixar Animation Studios and the writer and director of the Academy Award-winning animated feature The Incredibles. He also wrote and directed The Iron Giant and served as executive consultant on the TV series The Simpsons and King of the Hill. He completed his first animated film at the age of 14.
"This was a good listen!"
Startability is a personal manifesto to actualize your goals immediately. In eight simple, personal, reflective steps, here is the time-tested, specific, immediate protocol to act. Inspired by Norman Vincent Peale's The Power of Positive Thinking, and Og Mandino's The Greatest Salesman in the World, here is a book so small and so direct that action - as opposed to listening - will be your next step.
"Clinton and Trump Trade Punch Lines at Al Smith Dinner" is from the October 21, 2016 United States section of The New York Times. It was written by Matt Flegenheimer and Ashley Parker and narrated by Caroline Miller.