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December 2006
6 Low-Tech Solutions to High-Tech Problems

The upside of technology — efficient business and more time to sell. The downside — computer crashes, unreliable cell phone service and lost personal digital assistants. We put together some low-tech solutions to your high-tech problems.


It’s the rare real estate professional who doesn’t rely on a cornucopia of high-tech products — laptops, personal digital assistants (PDAs), cell phones, GPS (global positioning satellites) navigation systems — the list goes on and on.

While these tools are undeniably helpful, they’re not infallible. Laptops can be hacked, PDAs can get lost, phone batteries can die at the most inopportune moments and wireless service isn’t always available. Maybe you’re struggling with something as basic as trying to move a file from one computer to another.

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Sky-High Service: Little Things Make a Big Difference

Service. It’s a buzzword that doesn’t mean a whole lot these days.
These sales associates prove they’re willing to go above and beyond.

32 Ways to Slash Your Marketing Costs
There are umpteen ways to market yourself and your properties.
Here’s how to get more bang for your marketing buck.

Florida's Property Insurance Crisis: Is There a Solution?
It’s abundantly clear—there are no easy answers and change will not happen overnight. However Florida’s Realtors® are offering ideas.

Get a Handle on Stress
It's another makeover! Our expert shows one broker how to achieve work/life balance.

Apply the Six "Es" of Success
Reap financial and personal rewards with broker Mary McCall's strategy.


2006 Solutions Guide2006 Real Estate Solutions Guide


Full of articles, solutions and products intended to help you soar to new heights of success and professionalism, the 2006 Real Estate Solutions Guide is available here to browse online or in PDF format so you can print and go.

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Tell Us Your Issues

What's happening in your market? Have you seen an influx in international buyers? Has the revitalization of your city's downtown boosted the market? We want to know. E-mail the editor at FLRealtor@floridarealtors.org or fax us at (407) 438-1411, Attn. Florida Realtor magazine editor.