Related News Real Estate Entrepreneurs

Related Articles

Dealing with pressures and changes in the real estate world

What's going on an expensive group? So this week I'm getting into the big shoes of "Entrepreneurs of the Week," thanking Lior on stage. So in a few words about me and us, I am a co-owner of SafetyTint, having been operating for the past eight years in Orlando, Florida as a real estate agency for local and distant investors. This week I will start with a post slightly different from my regular content, the topic is dealing with pressures and changes…


  1. Totally agree. I had a house like this the broker told me it was a difficult area but there is one small street segment that started to settle in. Artists and he recommends that the house cost me 16 and a half thousand dollars. I sold it for two years at 33 a thousand because I needed money. House Cantanto but cute instead of the Institute. In the United States in general, artists' colonies do produce hype, but they have to be very close to the pulse.

  2. What you wrote theoretically is true but you need some kind of inner information to know that a proud artist community is attracted to a certain area before me. As an agent who has lived for many years, it is hard to know if you are not connected to these groups but you have given a point to an interesting thought