Power real estate selling

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Real Estate Education Co., May 1, 1983 - Business & Economics - 212 pages

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Contents

YOUR SELF AND YOUR PROFESSION
1
WHERE TO FIND BUYERS
25
All Around the Town32
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Copyright

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Additional books by William H. Pivar include:
* California Real Estate Practice, 5th Edition
This latest edition gives real estate professionals all the know how they need. The practice of real estate is constantly changing and adapting. "California Real Estate Practice shows agents how to not only satisfy consumers, but build a successful and competitive real estate practice.
* California Real Estate Law, 5th Edition
An introduction to the body of law governing real estate transactions in California. The text is an authoritative source of information, yet features a "non legalese" tone for non law students.
* Big Book of Real Estate Ads: 1001 Ads That Sell, 3rd Edition
A comprehensive guide designed to assist real estate professionals in creating dynamic classified advertising copy.
This review is based on the new "Promissor (ASI) content outline and contains 800 questions for student practice, all carefully written to mirror "Promissor (ASI) style.
* Real Estate Exam Guide Software: Designed for Promissor (ASI) Sales and Broker Exams, Version 2.0 CD-ROM
This review is based on the new "Promissor (ASI) content outline and contains 800 questions for student practice, all carefully written to mirror "Promissor (ASI) style.
*Real Estate Exam Guide (Promissor-ASI) + State-Specific Exam Prep Online Product
Available only online, this product combines over 800 Promissor questions with an average of 200 questions for each of the following states: Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Utah, Washington, and Wisconsin.

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