All My Realtor's Association Shit

Author: Clear to Close

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 122

View: 341

Are you Looking for a Funny Real Estate Agent's Journal! Show your Love of the Real Estate Profession and your dedication to your Clients. 100% Chance of laughter Journal Paper ready for you to fill with your notes on the go, track appointments, ideas, clients notes. It can be used as a Planner, Diary or just a Composition Book. Great size to carry everywhere in your bag, for work, office or back to school. GREAT HOLIDAY GIFT !! - Soft Cover Notebook - 6 x 9 120 Pages Makes a perfect gift idea for: New Realtors Realtor Appreciation Christmas Gifts Birthday Presents Coworkers and more!

All My Realtor's Association Shit

Author: Clear to Close

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 122

View: 889

Are you Looking for a Funny Real Estate Agent's Journal! Show your Love of the Real Estate Profession and your dedication to your Clients. 100% Chance of laughter Journal Paper ready for you to fill with your notes on the go, track appointments, ideas, clients notes. It can be used as a Planner, Diary or just a Composition Book. Great size to carry everywhere in your bag, for work, office or back to school. GREAT HOLIDAY GIFT !! - Soft Cover Notebook - 6 x 9 120 Pages Makes a perfect gift idea for: New Realtors Realtor Appreciation Christmas Gifts Birthday Presents Coworkers and more!
Reference

The Home Seller's Second Opinion First

Author: Justin Marshall Chipman

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN:

Category: Reference

Page:

View: 924

Have you ever questioned the ridiculously expensive full-priced listing fee charged by Realtors® and Brokers? Have you ever thought that very little work was being done for this huge sum? Or, have you ever thought that the entire process, whether buying, selling, or borrowing was something very like a racket? If so, then you are not alone. The Home Seller’s Second Opinion First is an insider’s look at, and a consumer’s way through, all of the horses**t that surrounds the buying, selling, and owning of a home. At one level the book is a simple how-to; the book teaches you how to negotiate a better contract with your Realtor®; the book teaches you how to analyze your loan; and the book teaches you how to analyze your local real estate market. At another level The Home Seller’s Second Opinion First is a rigorous analysis of the conflicts of interest that permeate the marketplace and hinder the American Dream. Here are the responses of a few of the people that have been taught the contents of the book. “It was easy! I fired my Realtors® and hired another one in less than an hour. You saved me $4000!” Pam. Colorado Springs, CO “First I wanted to punch you, then I wanted to hug you.” Susan. Los Angeles, CA “I think you saved our marriage.” Jennifer. Denver, CO In many aspects of our society, choice is merely illusory, and the consumer is only given fake options: The blue store or the orange store? This book gives the homeowner real choice by providing real information and real options available to the buying, selling, and owning public.
Fiction

All the Houses

Author: Karen Olsson

Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 416

View: 420

A bittersweet, biting, sharply observed family drama from the author of Waterloo After her father has a heart attack and subsequent surgery, Helen Atherton returns to her hometown of Washington, D.C., to help take care of him and, perhaps more honestly, herself. She's been living in Los Angeles, trying to work in Hollywood, slowly spiraling into a depression fueled by hours spent watching C-SPAN-her obsession with politics a holdover from a childhood interrupted by her father's involvement in the Iran-Contra scandal. "I don't know whether to think of him as a coconspirator or a complicit bystander or just someone who was in the wrong place at the wrong time." Though the rest of the world has forgotten that scandal, the Atherton family never quite recovered. While living with her father in her childhood home, Helen tries to piece together the political moves that pulled her family apart. All the Houses is, at its heart, a father-daughter story. With razor-sharp prose, an alluring objectivity, and a dry sense of humor, Karen Olsson writes about the shape-shifting of our family relationships when outside forces work their way in-how Washington turns people into unnatural versions of themselves, how problematic and overbearing sisters can be, and how familial nostalgia that sets in during early adulthood can prove counterproductive to actually becoming an adult.
Humor

Is It Just Me or Is Everything Shit?

Author: Steve Lowe

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN:

Category: Humor

Page: 272

View: 974

An encyclopedic attack on modern culture so hilariously bitter that it actually becomes uplifting. Based on two runaway UK bestsellers, this new American edition has been ingeniously adapted and features exclusive new material for US audiences by Brendan Hay, a former Daily Show headline producer and contributing writer to America: The Book. If you hate chick lit, Che Guevara merchandise, pop Kabbalah, cosmetic-surgery-gone-wrong-as-tv-programming, DVDs with ads you can't skip, or any of a few hundred other insanely annoying modern things, then this book will finally lend creedence to your frustrations. Say NO to the awful ideas, terrible people, useless products, and infuriating doublespeak that increasingly dominates our lives. Never before has there been a book so completely full of shit. Clearly, it isn't just you...
Gated communities

The Association

Author: Bentley Little

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Gated communities

Page: 438

View: 416

Barry and Maureen are delighted when they are approved as tenants by the Association, an exclusive gated community, until they discover the draconian punishments that could result from any infraction of the rules.
Fiction

Southern Psycho Tales

Author: Bruce Strauch

Publisher: Parkway Pub

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 172

View: 527

Southern Psycho Tales is a collection of twisted and gut-bashingly funny stories of Southern madness and mayhem. The tiny alligator brain sitting on top of your spinal column knows too well that any of them could be true. Worse, they could happen to you ... if you're below the Mason-Dixon Line.
History

Those Were the Days

Author: Peter Stursberg

Publisher: TouchWood Editions

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 169

View: 355

Elegance and gentility still reigned in Victoria when Peter Stursberg was a young reporter for Victoria's Daily Times. Life will never be the same again, but those were the days!
History

Winter Soldiers

Author: Richard Stacewicz

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 470

View: 523

The story of the soldiers who spoke their conscience and helped end the war in Vietnam.
Art

Wim Delvoye

Author: Wim Delvoye

Publisher: Luc Derycke

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 120

View: 698

Introduction by Gerardo Mosquera. Texts by Luc Derycke and Adrian Dannat. Supermarket chickens and barnyard pigs are tattooed; shovels and ironing boards are decorated with royal crests; on a photographed mountainside, someone has carved in giant capital letters: "Susan, Out for a pizza. Back in five minutes. George"; welcome to the humorously offbeat world of Belgian artist Wire Delvoye. This monograph is the first published on his work, and samples his unabashedly entertaining variety of the absurd.
History

Londonland

Author: Simon Bennett

Publisher: Libri Pub Limited

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 200

View: 910

An intimate portrait of London life in the first decade of the 21st century, this study reveals the "lived reality" of metropolitan labor--its satisfactions and frustrations, positives and negatives. Based on interviews with working people, this is a story of unsung heroes and heroines, of bus drivers, shop-keepers, metro workers, computer programmers, artisans, teachers, and entrepreneurs--the everyday people whose labors underwrite Britain's economic powerhouse.
Arkansas

The Dixie Association

Author: Donald Hays

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

ISBN:

Category: Arkansas

Page: 384

View: 937

Meet the Arkansas Reds, the oddest, craziest, wildest bunch of sluggers ever to step out of a dugout. An ex-con first baseman named Hog chronicles a season with the Reds as they travel from one seedy southern ballpark to another--always one step ahead of the small-town sheriffs and right-wing evangelists who think the Reds are an insult to "America's game". 392 pp. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.