Mark Nash is a residential real estate columnist for RealtyTimes.com and an author of four real estate books, his most recent 1001 Tips for Buying and Selling a Home (Thomson 2005). Mark's consumer-centric perspective on real estate trends has been featured on ABC-TV, CBS The Early Show, Bloomberg TV, CNN-TV, Chicago Sun Times & Tribune, Fidelity Investor's Weekly, Dow Jones Market Watch, MSNBC.com, The New York Times, Realty Times, Universal Press Syndicate and USA Today. He also is a contributing writer for The National Association of Realtors (R) Online Magazine, Broker Agent News and has bylined real estate tip and trend articles published by newpapers, radio and digital media across the United States and Canada. Mark's in-the-trenches do's and don'ts for consumers come from real-life experience as a full-time broker in the Chicago market.
Mark has authored in addition to 1001 Tips for Buying and Selling a Home by Mark Nash, Fundamentals of Marketing for Real Estate Professionals By Mark Nash & Doris Barrell (Dearborn Publishing 2005), Starting & Succeeding in Real Estate by Mark Nash (Thomson/Texare/South-Western 2004) and Reaching Out: The Financial Power of Niche Marketing By Mark Nash & Doris Barrell (Dearborn Publishing 2003).
Buyers and sellersnTop Mistakes of Home Buyers and Sellers in 2005 Don't let exclusion confusion kill real estate contract. Real estate open houses are business affairs in 2006. Strategies for a Transitioning 2006 Real Estate Market. Real estate attorney benefit not cost in home purchase or sale. Moving preparation key in home purchase or sale frenzy. Tax Tips for Home Buyers and Sellers in 2005.
Property red flags for homebuyers. Spring not the best time to get a real estate deal. Do's and Don'ts when purchasing new construction homes. The difference between new construction and resale homes. Homebuyers low-ball offers can cost more in the end. Fashion do's and don'ts when house hunting. Recipe for winning real estate contract. Saying "I Do" to your first home purchase together.
Homebuyers shouldn't say love or they'll pay dearly. Don't skip home inspection before you buy. Top tips for negotiating home purchase contract.
Internet marketing not optional for home sellers in 2006. Landscaping can make or break curb appeal for homebuyers.
Tried and true menus for real estate open houses. Do-It-Yourself Staging Tips for Home Sellers.
2006 Home sellers energy inefficiencies can sour buyers. Use winter months to prepare your home for spring buyers. Top Tips for Selling a Home during Holidays.
For Sale By Owner (FSBO) How to sell your home without a real estate agent.
Design What's In, What's Out with Homebuyers in 2006. 2006 Decorating Do's and Don'ts for Home Sellers Practical kitchen design is winning recipe to 2006 homebuyers. Home sellers feature failures can fizzle buyers.
Real estate agents. Real estate agents: A day in the life.
Real estate and travel Don't be lured to purchase second home on vacation.
Real Estate Bubble / Industry Real estate bubble add risk, price to location, location,location mantra. Real estate Bubble: Sophisticated Musical Chairs. Internet battleground for future of real estate. Housing and bubble hype irrational exuberance. Banker, bubble,discounters and DOJ cloud real estate. Housing froth creating imbalance for consumers and investors.
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