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Filling Flyer Boxes

Why don't they make a flyer box that tells me when it is empty?  Maybe a small radio chip that sends a signal when the box is empty?  The sellers would be astonished at how you show up immediately after the last flyer is taken.  Or maybe there should be a phone number for the buyer to call that once they call it, a text message is sent to their phone with the property information?

Comment balloon 7 commentsCharlie Arthur, CCIM • June 25 2008 05:14PM
Filling Flyer Boxes
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Why don't they make a flyer box that tells me when it is empty? Maybe a small radio chip that sends a signal when the box is empty? The sellers would be astonished at how you show up immediately after the last flyer is taken. Or maybe there… more
GPS home finder
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I thought I would share a technological idea with the world wide web. With GPS enabled phones, they should set up a service, whereby the buyers input the property they want, and whenever they are near a listing that matches their criteria… more
Buyer's Market in Port Townsend, Port Ludlow and Jefferson county
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We are seeing 3-5 price reductions per day in Jefferson County, and 2-8 new listings per 24 hour period. While there were only 21 houses sold in the entire county during the whole month of May 2008 in the Northwest Multiple Listing service for… more
No More Negativity
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I woke up this morning determined to be optimistic and positive. No more negativity. The sun is shining here in Port Townsend Washington. The temparature is around 60 degrees. The real estate prices are great for buyers. There are more choices… more
Weather is cool in Jefferson County
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While the rest of the country experiences a heat wave, Jefferson county, WA is enjoying pleasant temperatures in the 50's and 60's. The beautiful protective cloud cover keeps us cool and with the proper attitude to get work done. We are not… more
Best Time to Buy Real Estate in Port Townsend and Jefferson County
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Lots and Lots of inventory and prices are good. Interest rates are still good. 10 years-the last five were overpriced and the next five will likely see reasonable appreciation as the major price corrections have occurred. Five years from… more