Shopping For Fashionable Plus Size Tops

Your clothes express who you are as a person; your style, your mood, sometimes even your interests. The cuts, patterns, prints, and colors you choose for your wardrobe are important. Until recently, women of size were drastically limited when it came to options, especially in shirts and blouses. Thankfully, now we can find fashionable plus size tops in tons of different styles. By combining brilliant colors and striking patterns, you can find tops that flatter your beautiful, curvy body.

Black tops have long been the standard when it comes to plus size tops. And we all have heard the reasons why: they go with everything, they make you look slimmer, etc. The truth is, a black blouse can be more than just versatile; it can be beautiful and elegant too. A simple black tank top can also be the basic piece to a layered outfit that combines other colors. Being creative with black is a great way to expand your style and develop new outfits from clothing you already have in your closet.

Shirts and blouses come in all kinds of different colors and prints. If you spend just a little time shopping around, you will be sure to find tons of fun designs. Shopping online is easy and can be done right from the comfort of your own home.

You don’t have to limit yourself to just one style or color! Express yourself with plus size tops that match your personality and taste. You may be surprised at just how many options there are available to you in modern and stylish plus size clothing.

High Cost of Healthcare Induced By Contradictory Goals of Providers and Payers

Healthcare has been the topic of debate for most of the last few years. From the boardroom to the water cooler, costs and quality of care are hot topics that impact everyone in this country. Young and old, Americans are feeling the squeeze and most are finding it difficult to come up with solutions. In the boardrooms of corporations both large and small, employers are struggling to cope with reality of rising premiums and declining benefits. Meanwhile employees are left with the prospect of going without health insurance. Currently it is estimated that 50 to 60 million adults in this country are walking the tightrope of living without health insurance. With such widespread reach for ripples created by this healthcare debacle, everyone is looking for answers. How can we afford coverage? Can we go without? What can be done to curb the costs and get this problem under control?

In the workplace, employers and employees often feel as if they’re on opposite sides of the fence. Employers feel as if their subordinates take no consideration of how difficult it can be to turn a profit while facing spiraling costs and a difficult economic environment. While large corporations may be able to ride out the storm, small businesses rarely have this luxury (especially at a time when credit is difficult to obtain). Most small businesses would close their doors if the balance sheet goes in the red for more than a few months or quarters. On the other hand, employees often adopt a near-sighted approach. How could they expect me to afford a premium increase? Should I just try to float without insurance for a while? These questions often lead to resentment on both sides of the coin, but are the employers or employees to take the blame and the higher cost?

Looking for answers to this growing problem is not easy. Where did the system go wrong? Why is it so expensive? Who’s to blame?

Many people blame healthcare providers for the rising costs of quality care. I can assure you this is not the case. Providers are facing a myriad of challenges and roadblocks. More so than ever, running a profitable medical practice is daunting task. Like any other business, a medical practice will close if it can not cover expenses and afford to pay salaries. Labor and leasing expenses are only the tip of the iceberg. Practitioners are forced to pay for equipment, insurance, hardware, software, licensing, and more. After establishing an office with all the appropriate resources, medical practices and hospitals must then attract patients in a very competitive marketplace.

Yet with all these costs and challenges in their way, healthcare providers are not complaining about patients or labor or costs! The largest problem facing healthcare providers is the insurance reimbursement process. Contradictory goals of payers and providers are resulting in inefficient and difficult payment systems. Insurance companies are more concerned with bottom-line profits and shareholders than they are about the care their members receive. How can we expect doctors and healthcare providers to keep their offices open if they can hardly get paid for the services they perform? Individuals believe that because they pay premiums, the insurance company will pay their doctor. Unfortunately, this is hardly the case. Health insurance claim denial rates can reach as high as 25% or more. Many providers have outstanding receivables measured in the millions of dollars. The insurance reimbursement process is so arduous that many medical practices never get paid and as a result close their doors forever.

Insurance companies use a wide variety of tactics to delay payments and deny claims. Payers employ hoards of representatives charged with the task of fielding calls and scrutinizing claims. Due to these tactics, insurance claims take anywhere from 30 days to more than 1 year to reach a completed status. In most cases claims are delayed and denied due to inconsequential, irrelevant errors. These errors result solely from the many difficult and senseless hoops that are placed in the way of the provider’s billing representatives. This extremely labor intensive process of collecting from insurance companies costs providers a great deal of time and money.

The only beneficiaries of this process are the shareholders of insurance companies. The delays in payments result in interest earned for the time period in which the claim was delayed. In many cases, providers never receive reimbursement for the services they perform. These claims must be written-off as a loss by providers while insurance companies see these cases as victories leaving more cash on their balance sheets. It appears that the primary goal of insurance companies may be to deny as many claims as possible; after all they answer to shareholders not providers or individual policy holders. This gross abuse of power by insurance companies may be the biggest problem we face in the healthcare sector.

The days when doctors sat on golf courses all day while making millions per year are over. Now they must battle insurance companies tooth and nail for every claim. If insurance companies paid doctors for the services they perform, perhaps we would see a reduction in costs related to providing care.

Surely there is no easy fix to this problem. We may find the answers by addressing the goals of big insurance companies. Providing oversight and incentives for paying healthcare providers for the services they perform would be a good start. If insurance companies focus on weeding out fraud rather than just delaying and denying payments, we could see an increase in efficiency and productivity in the healthcare sector that could be the start of controlling costs while maintaining a high standard of care. For the sake of all Americans, hopefully we find an answer soon!

Quick Finance – Caveat Loans And Bridging Finance

Short term loans help people lessen their immediate money troubles, because of increasing everyday expenses and no sufficient income to meet the requirements. These loans by and large come in a shape of payday loans, in that you can obtain immediate cash with the settlement time between two and three weeks. Lots of lenders in Australia offer their service online that let you submit an application for the finance, 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.

If you need fast money, then a caveat loan, short term loan or bridging finance from any Australian finance Centre can help.

Caveat loans

Fundamentally, caveat loans are all about when lenders offer the borrower fast money, in return for their property as defense for the finance.

The submission of applications for these loans is extremely quick, and it is likely to be short term from approximately one month to four months. Usually the borrower can get the money inside 24 hours after the request has been launched, and in the majority of cases, having a bad credit documentation does not have an effect on your possibility of successfully achieving it. In other words, these loans are finance for property.

The reason caveat loans are provided for assets is since the borrower have to secure an asset against it, and the majority of the time, the assets consists of realty properties or vehicles, as other kinds of assets are usually not acknowledged to be a defense for such loans.

Bridging Finance

By explanation, Bridging Finance is a short-term loan used to buy business property.

This is something that can come in very helpful, conditional on your particular circumstances. There are two major points that you need to think about before you choose a Bridging Finance package, your wants and the condition of the property market.

One of the main benefits of Bridging Finance is that it will let you close on a property and buy a new property before you get rid of your existing one. You will need to assess your present situation to decide if your wants give good reason for taking on this sort of finance.

Paying off your Bridging Loan at the ending of the term usually depends on your capacity to sell your existing property. If it is not sold in the obligatory time, then you will have to pay the existing loan on your present property, your new property and the newly transformed Bridge Finance, too. If you think that this might be the likelihood then be sure to take a package that can be changed to business Loans if the need comes up. Or else, you might have to come up with the complete finance amount at the conclusion of the funding time.

The Commercial Real Estate Outlook for Agents and Realtors in 2012

The commercial property year has well and truly started, and in most locations formed some common trends and patterns. If you are a commercial agent it pays for you to read the patterns in the marketplace and use them for the opportunity they provide. Property change and churn factors are active in most markets. They are an opportunity in waiting.

These are some of the common trends that most agents are seeing:

  1. Sellers are now adjusting their prices to suit the real property market and the existing levels of enquiry
  2. Buyers are fewer and taking longer to make a decision. Some buyers are looking for bargains.
  3. Finance is still tougher to get and the banks remain selective and diligent in the provision of a mortgage to buyers.
  4. Tenants are out looking for better premises at more favourable rents
  5. Developers are not doing much unless they can see a significant demand for a certain property type
  6. Developers are finding in many cases that the set up and construction costs for the new developments is out of balance with the achievable sale prices

Taking these things on-board, it is the agent that works both the leasing and the selling market that catches more opportunity. You have to be versatile.

As this article is being written it is the start of the second quarter of the 2012 calendar year; it is commonly the time where more listings and deals occur leading up to the change of financial year.

Right now is the right time to push your marketing and networking to the fullest. Sellers and Landlords that need help with property this year are typically planning that process right now.

So the best ways forward if you are an agent is to build a solid prospecting and cold calling model that is relentless in its process and drive. You have 8 months of the year to make the commissions that you need. Now is the time to get moving on this as it takes about 3 months of real effort before the conversions and listings start to appear.

Should you list everything that comes your way? Probably not, given that the market and buyers or tenants are so selective currently. It is better to choose the properties to list that are realistically priced or rented. You only have a certain amount of time to apply to your listed properties, and on that basis they should be the properties that offer the most realistic chance of selling or renting.

On one final note, it is appropriate to look at your listing strategy and decide if you should be taking open listings or just exclusive listings. In the case of exclusive listings, you have control of the property for a definite period of time and you can do more in marketing. In simple terms and in most cases exclusive listings sell faster and at a better price than openly listed properties. Make the right choices here.

Age Appropriate and Attractive Ideas For Aging Gracefully

Maturity is a badge of honor to be respected with good taste. There simply comes a time when all the extra bling and fabulousness of fashion, hair and makeup is best toned down. When you were a younger Alluring, Innovative or Dramatic woman, those items of “look at me, I’m au currant” stood for something. Status, hipness, a woman in the moment who’s up on the trend. But wisdom carries with it a confidence and sophistication that allows you to do less and achieve more. A maturing face and figure carries a patina of wisdom. A statement in and of itself, it doesn’t require bright lips, over the top earrings or a crazy hip belt to bring it forward. It stands there, gently making its own beautiful statement. Less is simply more as we age. To accentuate your second act best:

o    Avoid drawing attention to your mouth with bright or dark lips.
o    Avoid drawing attention to aging eyelids with frosted shadow.
o    Avoid drawing attention to aging hands with bright nail polish and/or a multitude of attention-grabbing rings.
o    Draw the eye to your face with neckline interest and earrings.
o    When in doubt leave it out.

The Importance of Being Current 

Keeping current is undoubtedly a constant and not inexpensive challenge. With all the technology with which we are bombarded, however, we still have the old standby; the monthly magazine. Magazine subscriptions are one of the most effective ways of getting information you can absorb on your downtime. The whole experience of sitting down with and perusing a magazine that inspires is a ritual that endures. Magazines are the great equalizer. No matter where you live in the country you have the same access to fashion, fitness and beauty that the most upscale, in-the-know New York socialite has, because she gets her “W” magazine the same time you do. When “O” comes out, you’re right there with all of Oprah’s associates on the hottest, latest and most suitable fashion, food, fun and inspiration you need that month. You just go to your mailbox, Oprah is waiting for you, and it’s your turn to dream. 

What Were We Thinking?

We’ve all done it. Looked back at those embarrassing fashion photos and wondered, “What was I thinking?” I look back at my pinstriped jeans, permed hair and parachute pants and think “Hmmmm.” The more extreme trend, the more risk of later embarrassment. We may forgive the young. But it’s not so easy to forgive a second actor in a leather mini.

A woman in Act Two need never wear:

1.     A micro mini
2.     Combat boots with formal wear
3.     White hose
4.     Frosted eye shadow
5.     Chunky platforms
6.     Dark brown lipstick
7.     Butterfly barrettes
8.     Extreme low-rise jeans
9.     Visible underwear
10.   A spiral perm

What’s Age Appropriate Now?

In our Second Act it becomes difficult to find the balance between matronly and modern. Looking current and youthful should not translate into “mutton dressed as lamb.” I met a woman recently whose long, blonde, permed hair was pulled up on one side and suspended with a comb. For height she created gravity defying bangs with a curling iron and “Spritz Forte.” She wore a fitted navy knit tank, tight tapered pale denim jeans and a crocheted sparkly baby blue shawl tied around her hips. She was 48. 

I liked her and enjoyed hearing her tales of woe in raising teenagers. But as I listened I was continually distracted by her image. It just wasn’t working in her favor. The reason it didn’t work was because it was expressing only a part of this woman. I obviously knew who she had been, but as she talked, the more interesting experienced and attractive parts were hidden behind a façade of fear of aging. Yes, she was attractive and sexy but she was also a 48-year-old single mother of teenagers who had quite a bit of sun damage, an advancing derriere, tan lines across her back and thinning hair. The look did not make her look younger; it made her look vulnerable and insecure. Our image must reflect who we’ve become, not who we were. That is age appropriate. 

Opiate Addiction and Types of Treatment Provided

Suboxone has produced the least amount of acclaim for drug addiction treatment, yet it is the one drug that is widely dispensed by physicians.

If you are taking a prescription drug right now, chances are you are taking it incorrectly. Misuse is a major health problem in the United States. The U.S. Government estimates approximately 11 Million Americans are dependent on drugs, but there are more addicts than drug centers. A large percentage of addicts seeking help face long waiting lists and thus become hesitant to start a program once their name surfaces to the top of the list. Almost 70 percent of people face a waiting list for longer than thirty days.

Those dependent on prescription drugs have a mind-set that is different from what addiction-free individuals believe. Addicts are resistant to letting go of their drugs. They typically justify their drug use because for many, they have gotten the drugs legitimately, from their doctor. Some addicts do not realize they are prone to addiction, and they can become hooked on a legal drug. Equally unfortunate is the addict who finally realizes they require help, and then seek help only to be placed on a waiting list. In the end, far too many addicts go untreated. It would seem the odds are against addiction treatment, but Suboxone relieves this problem since the guidelines to prescribe the drug is more relaxed and offer greater flexibility.

What is Suboxone?

Suboxone contains two active substances, buprenorphine and naloxone, both used to treat dependence on opioid drugs. The cost of treatment depends on the dose used and the frequency of services. This cost is higher than that of methadone treatment when the two drugs are served daily; however, there is greater flexibility in prescribing Suboxone.

How Does Suboxone Work?

Suboxone binds to opioid receptors, and thus produces welcoming effects of euphoria, and a secure comforting feeling, although at much lower levels than those addicts would of total opioid agonists such as methadone. The effects of these agonists are sufficient to allow addicts to stop the misuse of opiates, without encountering withdrawal symptoms.

The Benefits of Suboxone

· Less risk of respiratory problems
· Lower risk of overdose
· The withdrawal symptoms are less profound than when using methadone to combat addiction
· Euphoric symptoms occur less

Adverse Effects of Suboxone

The side effects of Suboxone mainly occur when too much of the drug is taken. The symptoms are similar to the side effects of opiates:

· Headache
· Sick
· Constipation (delayed bowel function)
· Poor sleep
· Sleepy
· Drowsiness
· Dizzy
· Sweaty
· Breathing difficulties (always contact a doctor)
· Dry mouth (brushing your teeth regularly and extra good care of your teeth)
· Slight pain is felt with less risk of causing more inflammation or untreated injuries
· Psychological problems (hallucinations, nightmares, depression) treatment should be coordinated with psychologist
· Itchy rash (contact your physician in connection with possible allergic reaction)
· Sleep apnea (consult a physician)
· Difficult to urinate (call a physician)

Every drug has an adverse effect, yet the result of using Suboxone is positive.

Buy Electronic Cigarette! Need Reason? Read This!

It’s a fact that every cigarette smoker around the world is often flooded with all the off-putting information about the usage of cigarettes and there is a defensible reason to justify this negative perception among people related to usage of cigarettes. It’s simple! Being the key cause of cardio vascular diseases, high BP, diabetes, lung cancer, and other major illnesses, tobacco cigarettes emit second hand smoke that is proved to have hostile medical effects.

This negative perception derived from unpleasant medical effects from tobacco based cigarettes, has resulted in the invention of an alternative to conventional cigarettes. These are called vapor cigarettes, or e cigarettes. Coming in fancy E-Cigarette kits, along with other tiny counterparts, which when put together, activates the gadget for use as an e- cigarette, Electronic cigarette is a battery powered device and does not need a match or lighter for use, but rather requires a charger to recharge the battery. Additionally, an e-liquid filled cartridge replaces the tobacco that is found in traditional cigarettes. This e-liquid is then burnt forming a flavored vapor, while the cigarette is being smoked giving the exact pleasure to the smoker as in real cigarette.

Now comes the best part: Traditional tobacco based cigarettes emit a second hand smoke resulting in the intake of carbon monoxide which is considered as a silent killer. Whereas, an electronic cigarette produces only a flavored vapor without any toxic chemicals in it and this is what make E-Cigarette kits completely safe and environment friendly.

E-Cigarettes do contain nicotine, but without any cancer carcinogens like tar. Also, since there is no flame involved, there are no possibilities for fire to occur from the usage of E-Cigarette kits. While deciding to buy electronic cigarette, it is utmost important to understand the features these modern devices possess. Furthermore, if you are novice and are planning to buy electronic cigarette, it is highly recommended to go for 1 piece E-Cigarette kits that are disposable and are good for people who are not yet sure, if this is something for them.

Cost cutting on cigarete expenditure is also one of the major reasons why many people these days prefer to buy electronic cigarette. Though E-Cigarete kits have not still been tried and tested to help in cessation of the habit completely, it is still a worthy decision to buy electronic cigarete, since they are completely safe in use and are environment friendly too.

Women's Style: How to Look Good in Military Boots

Looking good is a huge concern for women the world over, unfortunately, for many of us, having a good understanding of what looks hot, and what looks rot escapes us completely. Happily we live in age known as the information age; literally, anything we want to find out is now available, and with a little bit of research, we can all find out the latest ‘do’s and don’ts’ of fashion, as well as all the latest trends available.

Here, we will look at shoes for women, in particular, the military boot, and consider the ways in which we can wear them to ensure that we not only look great, but feel great too. After all, feeling good comes, in part, from looking good, and feeling good gives us the feelings of confidence that are essential as we move through our fast paced, appearance orientated, crazy, world.

Military boots, surprisingly, can look good when teamed with certain styles of dress. Firstly, when choosing which boots to opt for, you need to understand the sorts of clothing that suits you – pay little heed to fashion magazines, because a look that is great on one person, will not necessarily look so on another, choose clothes that suit your colouring and body shape. Once you understand the types of clothing that suits you, then you can move on to choosing suitable shoes for women.

If you feel as if you are slightly overweight, or are heavy set, then be careful to purchase boots that are not too bulky. The wider the shoes, the bulkier your calves may appear to onlookers, so if you are trying to look slim, avoid a wide boot. You will also want to avoid wearing wider styles of footwear if you are of a short stature, as they make legs appear shorter. The converse is true of people who wish to appear taller, or wider, than they actually are, for these people, a bulky shoe is the correct choice. Remember also, that a bulkier shoe carries with it masculine overtones, so for those girly girls amongst us, a narrow shoe is always best.

Military boots are incredibly versatile in terms of the style of clothing that they suit. Long skirts are a great item to wear with this style of footwear, but our suggestion is that you keep to a narrower style if you wish to retain a sense of femininity. A long length skirt and a pair of boots is perfect for women who like to adopt a grunge look, but bear in mind, that to carry-off the style correctly, you must not show any flesh. Short skirts can also be worn with military boots, but shorter women need to be careful here, as the combination of skirt, flesh, then boot, can make you appear short if the boots have high uppers. If you are a short woman and wish to adopt this look, then make sure that you select a pair of boots that are very low.

10 Shopping Tips – Fashionable Finds Are Possible For Under $25!

When it comes to shopping sometimes the $20 sandals flatter you more than the $400 designer sandals. Style is not in the price, but in your approach. You can get more for less if you are savvy about your shopping. Fashionable finds are possible for under $25. How do you do it? Here are 10 Tips to think about when you’re out on a shopping expedition:

1. You Can Find Deals in Unexpected Places.

I got a purse for a steal at a Nine West shoe store in New Jersey. Not a shop I would normally think of to buy a purse. But I spotted it in the front window and fell in love. (Although maybe not as deeply as with my husband.) When I went into the store to ask a sales clerk about it, I thought this gorgeous tan satchel would be expensive. It looks like something that would be appropriate in Grace Kelly’s or Audrey Hepburn’s wardrobe closet. But now it’s in my closet.

2. Set Your Budget and Stick with It.

Yes, you’ve probably heard this before. However, forced to work within a box, you will come up with creative ideas. One year for Christmas, I set a working budget of $25 each for my nieces and nephew. Instead of getting them each one gift, I got them a number of small funky gifts and they each had 3 presents to open. It made opening gifts more exciting for them.

3. Read fashion magazines to get an idea of the trends.

Many clothing companies with budget-happy fashion lines will replicate the “look” or “feel” of pricey designer fashion. I read everything from New York magazine and the NY Times Fashion to Vogue, Elle and fashion catalogs to see what’s happening out in the fashion world. Go to your nearest public library and those fashion mags are FREE! If you learn what is cutting edge then believe me you will find cheaper versions of the trends. Or you will learn how to put an outfit together in your own expressive way.

4. You can find reasonably priced gifts at even the most expensive stores.

For example when I go online to Saks Fifth Avenue I can look under the gift category “Under $50.” Today for “$25 and under” I find: a Kate Spade notecard set, a hip style book on Dolce and Gabbana and Fresh waterlily soap—all would make lovely gifts. The price is so reasonable for the soap you could even include a little something else so that the recipient has another gift to open–always more fun. Go to a pricey chocolate shop. Then buy the smallest, but always tasteful box, sometimes under $15. Put it in a nice gift bag with the heavenly scented waterlily soap. Your gift card can read: “You deserve a little elegance in your life.” What friend wouldn’t be flattered.

5. Be open to new opportunities.

When I travel to new cities I like to explore new shops. I usually end up in the artsy section of town. To me that means galleries, museums, maybe a university–and fun shopping. I collect business cards of the stores I love and make notes or take pictures of what they have so I can call them and order from them later. If a town has a college or university it has plenty of stores with low prices to satisfy the students. And me too.

6. Know your own style.

Allow your self the luxury of an expensive item that you just can’t pass on. Especially if it defines “YOU.” Find deals for other purchases. I coveted a $99 sweater from J.Crew, but then I bought a purse for only $20 for a wedding. You can justify the expensive purchase. The sweater will last for years, amortizing into less money. If I wear the sweater often, cost-wise it pays for itself, while the wedding purse I might only use that one time.

7. Accessories are inexpensive ways to refashion the look of your outfit.

An $8.00 leopard print scarf I bought at H&M compliments my chartreuse cardigan, jeans and black boots. It’s a dressy-casual look that suits my style. And the scarf goes just as well with a knit purple dress and heels. A few strategically picked accessories means less outfits to buy.

8. Consider buying your purchases in the months they are traditionally on sale.

If you’re not in a rush to buy new towels then why not wait until January or August. Or if you thinking of painting your bedroom Robin Egg blue, that paint will be cheaper in April.

9. Sign up for email blasts from your favorite stores.

Stores will alert you to their sales and often give email subscribers exclusive discounts. You will learn about sales before the average customer. Then instead of spending a fortune on the skirt you admired earlier in the season you can scoop it up at a bargain.

10. Shop from your home and comparison shop online.

Yeah, why not. Shop in your pjs, my favorite way to shop. What do you think?

Things I Have Learnt About Prospecting and Cold Calling in Commercial Real Estate

In any real estate market and economy, the prospecting process remains fundamentally important to the success of the real estate agent and individual salesperson. Prospecting on a daily basis is the key to progress and success with both territory control and domination.

Here are some key facts that I have learned from prospecting and cold calling over the years:

  1. Most people working in the industry rank very poorly when it comes to prospecting on a regular basis. This is a significant opportunity for those that get their prospecting model under control.
  2. Face to face contact remains the ultimate conversion factor when it comes to prospecting. Everything you do should point towards a successful introductory meeting with the qualified parties.
  3. The telephone is a very powerful tool for creating meetings and contact with the right people. The cold calling process you use must be consistent and professional. Gone are the days of sleazy sales pitches.
  4. One of the more successful traditional methods of marketing that has been around for years is the signboard. The more signboards you get into your territory, the more momentum and ease you will have with building listing and sales opportunity. The signboard infers that you have market presence and domination. That is what the local community and property investors think, providing you have a good number of signboards placed on quality property throughout the area.
  5. E-mail marketing and database use is now critical to both the individual salesperson and the real estate agency office. It remains a tool of constant contact of relevant property information to qualified prospects. These are people that already know you and expect information and property updates from time to time. Growing and shaping the database each day from personal contact across the sales team is fundamental to progress and market share.
  6. Some less experienced salespeople tend to rely on E mail as the first and final point of contact. The process of Email is convenient and easy to use, however it has little benefit in prospecting and will not replace the benefit of one to one contact. If the prospect does not respond to the Email, a typical salesperson will usually discard and forget the prospect. The reality of the prospecting emails that you send is that most of them are deleted and discarded.

Prospecting for commercial real estate listing opportunity should be based around unique and personal contact. The more that local people know you personally as a professional and knowledgeable real estate expert, the more listings you will achieve. This image and mantle takes time to develop but it will occur through diligent personal contact.