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Debbie Hanlon: Let’s get personal

Debbie Hanlon: Let’s get personal

The wonders of the modern convenience of technology have been such a tremendous asset for many of us. People on the other side of the world can now appear as if they are right next door. We can show a house virtually and get all the back-end things done through...
The key to finding balance in your career

The key to finding balance in your career

“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you have to keep moving” – Albert Einstein I am no Einstein, but I definitely subscribe to that wisdom. I remember a friend of mine who was a psychologist and still working up into her 80s. Her office was in...
Don’t fall flat on your Facebook page

Don’t fall flat on your Facebook page

We all want to be liked, that’s just human nature. Getting people to like you really isn’t that hard. If you’re nice to them, act sensible when they’re around and generally just treat them like you’d want to be treated, people will like you. But what if people have...
How I disappointed my client

How I disappointed my client

Having always considered myself a very good, hard working and fashionably dressed real estate agent, I was shocked when a former client contacted my assistant on another matter and told her how disappointed they were with me. I was mortified. Service was my selling...
Debbie Hanlon: From conned to confident

Debbie Hanlon: From conned to confident

A Realtor I know told me last week she was on Facebook and an ad popped up telling her that her resolution was wrong and if she wanted to reach more people, she should give them a call and they would assist her. It all sounded legit and above-board, so she decided to...
The unreal stories of real estate agents

The unreal stories of real estate agents

Odd as it sounds, and as hard as it may be to believe, there are real estate agents among us who specialize in selling properties that nobody wants to buy. What makes these places so hard to even get people to step inside them is what happened inside them – usually...