Playing The Numbers: Home Buying and SellingWritten by Elaine VonCannon
In real estate industry, creating a competitive edge is essential to buying and selling in a thriving market. To keep your competitive edge strong power of positive thinking can help you build confidence and intention. Confidence and intention allows you to manifest best selling price possible or best buying price. Intention and positive thinking helps resonate energies you want to attract symbolically, often through letters or numbers. It is like picking a lucky number; number is lucky because you invest your personal power in it. As a real estate agent, I have had extensive experience buying and selling property. I have found there is a numerical trick that can be used to increase your positive thinking and your power of manifestation. It is a simple way to build confidence and a strong belief in your self, which leads to completing a successful real estate transaction.
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The real estate game of lucky numbers I have created and tested is loosely based and ancient practice of numerology. For potential homebuyers attempting to make perfect offer on a new property you must take number of property address and add it until it becomes a single digit. For example: 123 Main Street becomes 1 + 2 + 3, which equals 6. The symbolic number of home you want to purchase is 6. Once you know price range of home you make an offer that also resonates to symbolic number of 6. For example: $123,000 or $330,000 or even $510,000. Each of these numbers, when adding all digits together, resonates to single digit 6. This same method can be used for sellers. When you have completed a CMA on home you intend to sell and know appraised price for property you take symbolic number of home address and resonate it with price you put it on market for. For example: 57 Broadway Ave. becomes 5 + 7, which equals 12. You then add 1 + 2 and symbolic number of home is 3. Once you know value of home you choose a selling price that harmonizes with number 3. For example: $210,000 or $750,000.
Mindfulness and Independence: Observing FireworksWritten by Maya Talisman Frost
ďItís a free country,Ē they say. ďCelebrate our independence,Ē I hear.
Well, Iím all for having a party, but it strikes me that you donít have to be an American to appreciate freedom, and doing what Iím told isnít best way to exercise independence.
So, letís expand that notion of freedom just a bit, and look at how we can become more aware of fireworks that are lighting up our minds.
What sets off your mental fireworks? What ignites your personal bottle rockets?
Perhaps itís a simple pet peeve, like small handbag dogs, or Jello salad, or people who talk on their cell phones too loudly. Maybe you go ballistic when you hear a certain song. We often have extreme reactions to relatively minor things based on our own little stories about them.
Maybe you save your fireworks for big-ticket itemsóissues like war, poverty, health, and education.
In your head or in sky above, when those fireworks start exploding, youíve got two choices. You can either: 1) Hoot/holler, ooh/ahh, whistle/clap -or- 2) Watch quietly
What do YOU do?