Here is a collection of 99 cartoons on the subject of the REAL ESTATE business. Great comic moments supported by a tight-knit, quirky group of characters. The cartoonist Mike Flanagan takes a wry look at PROPERTY and its surrounding topics, including buying and selling, renting, houses, flats, apartments, the economy, business, taxation, office politics, vacation time, bonuses, salaries, promotion, water cooler moments, accountants, business, office space wrangles, problem bosses, managers, lawyers, money, finance, profit, staff, employment terms, computers and IT and many more. This book is guaranteed to satisfy your hunger for humour. Anyway, it’s a bumper crop of chuckles that will brighten your day and show you the funny side of real estate. These cartoons are ideal for use in your financial text, for instance your website, sales presentations, mailers, powerpoint, advertising material, promotions or whatever, but remember……all these cartoons are copyright protected, so if you’d like to use them, you need to email the cartoonist for permission and to obtain details of the fees involved. Have you seen all the titles in the FLANTOONS.co.uk cartoon series? OFFICE, FINANCE, GOLFING, DRIVING, BANKING, BOOZE, RESTAURANT, CAREERS, LAWYER, MANAGEMENT, TRAVEL, DENTIST, DOCTOR, HOSPITAL, NURSING, SURGERY, RAGTRADE and REAL ESTATE.
“As a homebuyer or seller, if you had the “inside scoop”
on the home inspection process, wouldn’t that make you
feel less anxious? If you’re looking to get into this line of
work, this book will help you know what to expect and
how to get as much information to further your career
Think about it like this: the buyers want you to
find everything, the sellers don’t want you to find
anything, the realtors don’t want the home inspector
to “blow the deal”, and the home inspector, who’s
in the middle, has an obligation to do a thorough
and professional job and stay neutral.
The home buying process is complicated enough, but
being prepared, knowing what to ask, knowing what to
look for in a home inspector, knowing what everyone’s
roles are, that’s the easy part when you have access to
the right information.
If you’re going to seek advice from someone, make it
someone who’s got the extensive background to be
off ering such advice. Read more so you can be prepared
for this house, your next house, or a future career.
• Know about your home inspector
• Be prepared as a home buyer
• Be prepared as a home seller
• Be prepared as a realtor
• Be prepared as a contractor
• Looking into a home inspector career
• Home maintenance tips”