Wednesday, February 06, 2019 / by Vic Markarian
Happy Valentines Day to you and Yours!
Love Covers a Multitude of Wrongs
I was cruelly led to believe when I was young that Valentines Day was reserved ONLY for those closest to us. That it was weird to wish strangers or acquaintances a Happy Valentines Day. That would be equal to telling them I love them. But aren’t we suppose to love others?
Of course I’m bringing up Valentines because its February, the month for Valentines, and it’s a BIG deal… bigger than just flowers or dinner with that special someone.
Here is my thought about what love is really all about. This scripture truly conveys what love is: Love is patient, love is kind, it does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud, it is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, and always perseveres.
Friday, January 11, 2019 / by Vic Markarian
Whether you’re moving for a job or just ready to upgrade or downsize, selling a home can be a huge undertaking. Every seller wants their home to sell fast and of course bring top dollar, but it takes more than luck to actually make it happen. You only get to have one chance in making a good impression. Learning how to get your house ready to sell can help you present your it at its best. It means it’ll appeal more to potential buyers and likely to spend less time in the market. Use these helpful tips to get your house ready.
Think about curb appeal
The front of your home is the first thing potential buyers see. We all know how important first impression is so you need to put your best foot forward and make a good impression by refreshing a few areas. A potential buyer won’t even get out of their agent’s car just because the exterior of your home turns them off. So, first thing you need to do is step outside and take a look at your humble abode. Does it ...
Thursday, July 26, 2018 / by Vic Markarian
People have a starling effect on you. Parents know this. Most will fight to keep their child from associating with those they believe exhibit bad behavior. So much so they are willing to pack up their entire house and move across town or to another state, even country. They know their child’s well-being and future is at stake. Association WILL impact their child’s development. But for whatever reason, many of those same parents, and most people in general, don't recognize the significance others impact their own life.
Let’s say I want to be a great leader. I should go hang out with and learn from great leaders. How about I need to lose some weight? Well, I can shed it much easier and faster going to the gym vs working out at home. Even faster, more permanent and cement better dietary habits if I go to the gym, have a personal trainer and associate with others already living out a healthy life.
Recently, the Broker and COO o ...