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About The Candy Connection

I started my Real Estate career in 2002. I am a full time REALTOR® in Maryland and I love what I do everyday. I wholeheartedly accept the fundamental responsibilities involved in the practice of Real Estate profession. I believe that no sale is a good sale unless both buyer and seller alike benefit from it. To my customers I ensure their lasting satisfaction with what they buy from me. I realize that this requires of me to have at all times a complete and up-to-date knowledge of my profession and it responsibilities. I renounce the doctrine of caveat emptor and stand ready to take responsibility for the soundness of every sale I make. I believe that as a consultant I owe an obligation to society as a missionary of higher standards of living. By doing an effective job, I teach people to live more comfortably and more enjoyable. To my clients (sellers) it is my responsibility and obligation to give them as much information and knowledge as possible so they can make an intelligent decision that will net the most money and the quickest sale with the fewest problems. To my profession of Real Estate, I owe an obligation to compete fairly and honestly. The salespeople who work for my competitors are entitled to be sure that I will not directly or by implication misrepresent their services or their practices, and that I will not engage in shady and underhanded selling practices. But I promise them a battle for every piece of business, none the less because it is clean. To the business community of which I am a part, and to the economic system under which I earn my living and in which I believe, I owe the obligation so to conduct myself that the general public will believe in and respect the integrity of the profession to which I belong, & of business in general My Mission Statement: To become the REALTOR® of choice for those individuals I have performed Real Estate services for, as well as, their family and friends. My Objective: To generate clients for LIFE! My Belief: I find it very important to take time out and attend National Real Estate conventions. Yes, I attend them for the education and legislative updates, but more importantly I attend so I can meet other Real Estate professional across the Nation. I want to be able to assist my clients, family & friends where ever they go to find an Real Estate professional that mirrors the business philosophy and practices that they see and respect in me. What I Understand: I understand...."Success has nothing to do with what you gain in life or accomplish for yourself. It’s what you do for others. “ I also understand that my own happiness must include the happiness of others."

THE CANDY CONNECTION HAS MOVED

I am pleased to announce that THE CANDY CONNECTION has joined The Emmorton office of Long and Foster Real Estate. I look forward to continuing to provide my clients and customers with the same exceptional service they have become accustom to. To my friends at Coldwell Banker Residential best wishes for continued success. To my all friends at Long and Foster thanks for the warm welcome I received upon arriving to the Emmorton office. To my clients, you should know that The Long & Foster Bel Air office is Harford County’s largest and most productive real estate office. With over 100 agents and a full support staff, the Long & Foster office can handle all of your real estate needs. This move will surely benefit you my clients and customers. The Candy Connection not only moved to the largest Real Estate office in the County but also the Number one office in the County can’t wait to explain to you how this all BENEFITS you my clients and customers. Lastly, I want to take a minute and thank everyone for the well wishes on my recent move to Long & Foster Bel Air: Harford County Real Estate whether you commented on my facebook page or inboxed me there, or emailed me at The Candy Connection your thoughts I want you to know that I have now finished reading everyones messages of love and encouragement sorry I cannot comment on your messages at this time as there are way to many just know I thank you and love you all. Merry Christmas if I don’t see you before then. Thanks so much Arletha Candy Myers

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Ok tell me what you did on the Fourth of July

 

 

 

 

 

 

Let’s see how we all spent the fourth of July: Go ahead and fill us in with all the details of how you spent our Nations Birthday. I can’t wait to hear.

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What did you enjoy more… the Game, Half Time Show or the commercials?

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STOP for a minute and ask yourself…are you dreams to small? Are you afraid to dream BIG? Can you dream bigger?

What area of your life would you like to be able to dream BIGGER?

SWEET DREAMS

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WATER COOLER QUESTION OF THE DAY!

Who inspires you to be more?
 
1. A TEACHER
 
2. YOUR MOTHER
 
3. YOUR FATHER
 
4. A FRIEND
 
5. COLLEAGUE
 
6. BOSS
 
7. ACTOR/ACTRESS
 
8. OTHER:

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Fill in the blank:

The one place in my life that I know better, but haven’t been able to do better is_________________.

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What is your least favorite part of moving?

1.   Packing

2.   Unpacking

3.  Everything about it

4. Loading the truck

5.  Unloading the truck

6.   The Costs of moving

7.  Finding people to help you move

8.   Sorting thru what to keep and what to TOSS

9.   Explain:

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Do you think it is a GOOD time to BUY??? Why??? or Why not??

Five-plus years ago, it was the prime time to approach real estate as a financial short term investment. Now is the time, as it traditionally has been, to buy a home because one wants a solid investment for the future.

It’s important to understand that investing in a home is much different than investing in stocks and bonds. The reality is, the long term values of homeownership far outweigh the daily up and down cycles of the financial markets. With proper planning, a home purchase has historically proven to be one of the strongest investments one can make.

Of course building equity plays an important role in ones decision to purchase a home, but essentially, a home is much more than just a piece of the financial game, it’s an opportunity to obtain the American dream.

Lifestyle changes such as marriage, having children, starting a new job or relocating are some of the most common reasons that people decide to purchase a new home. Fundamentally, a home is a source of pride, and a place to call one’s own, and for many, the silver lining in life.

Today’s consumers shouldn’t be fearful of investing in real estate. Interest rates remain incredibly low, homes are the most affordable than they ever have been, and financing is still available for qualified buyers. Additionally, homeownership could be a much better alternative to renting as apartment rentals skyrocket in many regions across the country.

Market conditions, financing, price range, and inventory can all play a part in the home buying process and these elements can vary from region to region and community to community.

If you want to own a home, but are questioning if now is the right time to purchase, or if you need more detailed information, please feel free to contact ME, a Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage sales professional. I can explain the home buying and selling process, the benefits of homeownership, and can guide you through each step.

 

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Ok RAVENS FANS…………….Your score prediction? BAL _____ NYJ _____

Sunday Night Is RAVENS Night! Special pregame show starts at 6:30 p.m.

 

RAY LEWIS

Which team will lead going into half time?  BAL______NYJ__________

 

Your score prediction? BAL _____ NYJ _____

 

How many TURNOVERS do predict?_________

 

What will be the final point spread?_____________

 

 

 

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OK, #Ravens fans. What do we think of the first half?

I say many hands make light work.  ~John Heywood

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