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Whether you're drawing in a buyer or making a potential seller feel the home is protected, a home warranty acts as a safety blanket should anything go awry with covered home system components or appliances during or after the sale. However, not all home warranties are the same. Comment?
As the fastest-growing generation, comprising 35 percent of all homebuyers , this is one demographic real estate professionals can't afford to ignore. Born between 1980-2000, millennials are a force to be reckoned with at 92 million strong, far exceeding the Gen Xers and baby boomers that came before them. Comment?
Learn to effectively demonstrate your value proposition and meet their need for information in this month's RISMedia Content Solutions Agent Webinar, " First-Time Buyers: How to Capture and Convert into Clients for Life ," which will cover how to: What : RISMedia's Content Solutions Agent Webinar Series: "First-Time Buyers: How to Capture and Convert into Clients for Life" When : September 21, 2016 at 3 p.m. ET / 2 p.m. CT / 1 p.m. MT / 12 p.m. PT Who : Featuring Mark Ryan , RE/MAX Victory/Mark Ryan Group; Cleve Gaddis , RE/MAX Center/Gaddis Partners; Jason Harris , PNC Bank; moderated by Verl Workman , Workman Success Systems Speaker Mark Ryan , owner of RE/MAX Victory and leader of the Mark Ryan Group in Dayton, Ohio, taps his 30 years of sales and marketing experience to guide his team in first-time home-buying, home-selling, investment, military relocation, short sales, and more. Comment?
A three-judge federal panel has overturned a lower court ruling that excluded a Dayton, Ohio-based law firm from claiming $6.2 million in attorneys' fees as part of a $2.4 billion settlement with Bank of America Corp. Flanagan Lieberman Hoffman & Swaim had appealed the district court ruling, contending the firm was wrongly excluded from collecting its portion of $152 million in legal fees in the settlement with Bank of America in a class-action lawsuit from investors. "We're very pleased that the appeals panel recognized the extensive work performed by my clients," says appellate attorney Kevin P. Parker of The Lanier Law Firm in Houston, who represented Flanagan Lieberman. Comment?
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