Rhonda Bever Blog

Should You Use Your Friend as Your Realtor?

Posted by Kerry Seriani on October 30, 2017 in No Category
Commercial real estate can be an intimidating environment, particularly for new investors. Fast moving, competitive, and fraught with risk, the market may seem inaccessible without an experienced ally. Commercial deals can be very complex and opportunities can surface and disappear in a wink. That’s why choosing an agent is a critical early step. That contact opens the door and helps investors to navigate. When we choose partners, it can often seem natural to rely on people we know. It is easy to work with... read more
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5 Smart Professional Networking Tips

Posted by Kerry Seriani on October 26, 2017 in No Category
The commercial real estate industry’s foundation is personal connection, and a big part of the day is occupied in reaching out to clients, colleagues, and competitors. The right contacts make a critical difference in our ability to identify opportunities and get the job done. Meetings and conferences are a golden opportunity to improve our industry knowledge while expanding our network and exploring new possibilities. Here are some networking tips to help you make the most of your time. 1. ORGANIZE CONTA... read more
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Why I Became A Realtor

Posted by Rebekah Holten on October 25, 2017 in  About Me  Grand Junction  Real Estate
1) What activities do you enjoy outside of work? I love to garden, hike, cook, and watch the Denver Bronco’s win with my husband.  I used to be in a cooking group with some of my friends where we tried all kinds of new things! 2)  When did you move to Grand Junction? I moved to Grand Junction in December of 1977 when my  son was just 11 months old. I love this community and all the activities it provides! 3)  What does your day to day tasks look like? I spend my day assisti... read more
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How to Appeal to International Clients

Posted by Kerry Seriani on October 23, 2017 in No Category
To best appeal to international clients, you need to have some understanding of the culture and conditions in the target country. Creating content that is accessible to international prospects may involve setting up a website in the native language, or at least providing a translation feature. It can be very good practice to contract with an agent or representative “on the ground” who can filter and enhance your message to suit local tastes and interests. It’s tough to work in commercial real e... read more
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5 Places Where Multifamily Construction is Booming

Posted by Kerry Seriani on October 19, 2017 in No Category
Ever wonder where to go to find a shiny, brand new apartment complex? Multi-family construction is booming all over the US, and is continuing on trends that began years ago, and have been increasing, believe it or not. These five cities are some of the largest in the current iteration of the boom!   NYC   New York, New York. Always in need of more housing, the Big Apple lacks the room for sprawling suburbs full of single-family homes, and so of course, the only solution is to build ever-bigger... read more
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