Psychology of Real Estate

Please Meet Our New Transaction Coordinator Ann Marie Chaney

As you may have heard, last summer my beloved transaction coordinator, Stacey Adamski, lost her long battle with cancer. It took a long time to find a replacement for Stacey, who was like family to me, but I’m pleased to announce that Ann Marie Chaney has joined the Commodari Group at our new location at …

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A Passion to Serve: A Vital Ingredient in the Coming Real Estate Market

Most people look at real estate agents as sales consultants. But the most successful real estate agents are those who feel a passion to serve. And these days, service is as important as sales. If you feel your energy rise to a different level when you think about providing service, then you are in the …

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Building Your Connections Is Like Tilling Tomatoes

One day, while watering my garden I got to thinking how preparing and growing vegetables is similar to growing your connections in business. Sounds crazy but it’s an apt metaphor. Indulge me as I tell you about my recent horticultural endeavors to explain what I mean. Three years ago I took up gardening as a hobby. I had had an itch …

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The Trusted Advisor — Character and Competence in the Real Estate Industry

In today’s world with so much information being shared, whether it’s in business or in life, everyone is looking for a trusted advisor.  The most important element of any relationship is trust. Trust comes down to two very simple concepts: character and competence. Character is all about who you are, while competence is about what …

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