Darrell Backen Digital Marketing: Take a look a the other person's point of view. We can always learn.

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Take a look a the other person's point of view. We can always learn.

 

 Look at the screen fro the left and then the right. Do you see a young nurse

,others see someone different..

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* Urban, suburban or rural
* Commute time
* School districts
* Desirable neighborhoods
* Proximity to the airport
* Proximity to restaurants and retail
* Access to major highways and thoroughfares
* Access to public transportation
* Health care facilities
* Parks and recreation
* Length of time you plan to live in the home (Your agent should be knowledgeable about growth trends and projections that could affect your investment.)

 

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Comment balloon 6 commentsDarrell Backen • November 23 2009 01:23AM

Comments

Darrell,  Great illustration.  It's true, there are often two different perspectives that are both correct.  I can see both people in the image quite easily.  I like the nurse the best. LOL   This illustration really does say that we can always learn.  Thanks for sharing.

Posted by Gary Coles (International Referrals), Latin America Real Estate (Venture Realty International) over 10 years ago

Great post.  I see both but was looking for the nurse.

Posted by Bonnie Kappler, GRI, Copperopolis, Ca (Century 21 Lake Tulloch) over 10 years ago

Great post.  I see both but was looking for the nurse.

Posted by Bonnie Kappler, GRI, Copperopolis, Ca (Century 21 Lake Tulloch) over 10 years ago

Our perspective can make a huge difference in what we see.  Thanks for the reminder.  History books are a great example.  The same story can be told many different ways depending on your perspective of the events.

Posted by Charles Perkins (Charles G. Perkins, CPA) over 10 years ago

Hi Darrell! I don't see the young nurse! I must be blind. And I just got my first pair of glasses. Hm.

Nice post.

Posted by Ally Wangsness - Seattle Real Estate Broker (RE/MAX Metro Realty, Inc.) over 10 years ago

Darrell, nice graphic to illustrate your point. One's perspective may be quite different than others. Thanks.

Posted by Michael Setunsky, Your Commercial Real Estate Link to Northern VA over 10 years ago

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