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When given the opportunity, don't you always want to choose the better
option? How do you know that you are making the right decisions in the
home buying process? Easy. Work with an Accredited Buyer's
Representative (ABR(R))! Please let me know if you have any questions. I
look forward to working with you!

Why A Buyer's Rep Provides a Better New Home Buying Experience by REBAC
Staff. © 2016-2017 REBAC.net http://enews.realtor.org/a/tBZFN7oB8f9S7B9btE2AAE3PRQC/reba24 .

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Posted by Bill Hayden on May 12th, 2017 9:55 AM

Ranch, Victorian or Tudor? The agent’s architectural house styles cheat sheet

Dive into the history and core characteristics that make these styles unique

http://www.inman.com/2017/04/21/ranch-victorian-or-tudor-the-agents-architectural-house-styles-cheat-sheet/

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Posted by Bill Hayden on April 25th, 2017 3:02 PM

 If you're a first-time homebuyer, you may not know a lot about what goes
on at a real estate closing, and that's ok! I'm an Accredited Buyer's
Representative (ABR(R)), and my accreditation means that I specialize in
working with homebuyers. I especially love working with first-time
homebuyers! We will walk through the entire process together to ensure
everything goes swimmingly. Please let me know how I can help!

Frequently Asked Questions About Real Estate Closings by REBAC Staff.
©2016 REBAC.net http://enews.realtor.org/a/tBY7-TpB8f9S7B9ayL-AAE3PRk2/reba23 .

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Posted by Bill Hayden on April 14th, 2017 7:28 PM

Being a homeowner comes with all sorts of expenses. Do you know about
the money that you could be saving from smart home rebates?  They're not only better for efficiency and the
environment, but also for your wallet. Do you have questions on smart
home technology or rebates? Let's talk!

Get Smart! Cash in on Smart Home Rebates by Sharon Lee. © 2015 Coldwell
Banker Blue Matter http://enews.realtor.org/a/tBY1EVmB8f9S7B9Z7vCAAE3PRRG/reba2 .
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Posted by Bill Hayden on March 26th, 2017 4:08 PM
FOR BUYERS: JUST KEEP SWIMMING
There are so many mistakes that can be avoided in the home buying
process. Don't get caught making one; buyer's remorse is really the
pits! The negotiating process can be tricky, and I want to make sure
that everything goes swimmingly. As an Accredited Buyer's Representative
(ABR(R)), I am here to help you every step of the way. Please let me know
if you have any questions!

Buyer's Remorse: 7 Negotiating Mistakes That Buyers Most Often Regret by
REBAC Staff. © 2016 REBAC.net. http://enews.realtor.org/a/tBYuKP5B8f9S7B9Y-myAAE3PRH9/reba23
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Posted by Bill Hayden on March 2nd, 2017 6:49 PM

 “Stop selling. Start helping.” – Zig Ziglar

Real estate agents have the unique opportunity to truly change their customers’ lives through what they sell them. With that being said, it’s important to remember that the more problems you can solve for your clients, the better your results (and their testimonials) will be. It’s not about putting them in a house – it’s about putting them in the right house for them. Being customer focused, not sales focused, is a major key for success.

THIS IS BILL HAYDEN....."HOW MAY I HELP YOU?"

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Posted by Bill Hayden on February 2nd, 2017 7:45 PM
                      FOR BUYERS: THE INSIDE SCOOP
The internet is a useful place for finding information on buying a home.
But I am going to take that up a notch, by sharing advice from those who
have been through the home buying process. When you've read through what
they have to say, please let me know if you have any questions. As an
Accredited Buyer's Representative (ABR(R)), I have worked with many
first-time homebuyers, and would love to work with you as well!

Helpful Advice from One Buyer to Another by REBAC Staff. © 2016
REBAC.net http://enews.realtor.org/a/tBYgU9-B8f9S7B9XgGNAAE3PRSB/reba23 .
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Posted by Bill Hayden on January 19th, 2017 6:24 PM

The home buying process may seem daunting, but with the proper
preparation, and with help from a professional, you can find your dream
home without drama. As an Accredited Buyer's Representative (ABR(R)), I
am
the buyer's advocate, and will help you at every step along the way. I
love nothing more than helping buyers find a house they love. Please let
me know if you have any questions!

How to Avoid House-Hunting Drama: Real Estate Agents Share Tips by Lydia
Koehn. © 2000 - 2016 Quicken Loans Inc., All rights reserved
http://enews.realtor.org/a/tBYbs-5B8f9S7B9XBkZAAE3PRsu/reba25 .
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Posted by Bill Hayden on January 5th, 2017 6:33 PM

At Coldwell Banker Select, we like to pause around this time of year and reflect on the blessings in our lives.  In addition to the love of family, companionship of friends, the bounty of this great country and health and happiness for all we love, we are grateful for the opportunity to serve your real estate needs.  We both work hard all year and deserve to celebrate the passing of a wonderful year, a joyous holiday season and look forward to an even better New Year.

Best wishes for a happy, safe and joyous holiday season!

   Bill
   Bill Hayden
   Coldwell Banker Select
   3209 S. Broadway, Suite 213
   Edmond, OK 73013
   Cell: 405-562-0886
   E-mail:
bill.hayden@cbokc.com


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Posted by Bill Hayden on December 20th, 2016 4:55 PM

These are some great ideas with their impact to your home....from
http://blog.rismedia.com/author/housecall/

Bill Hayden
Coldwell Banker Select...
3209 S. Broadway, Suite 213
Edmond, OK 73013
Cell: 405-562-0886

Home Renovation Projects with the Best ROI

Posted on Nov 23 2016 - 9:44am by Housecall
#2

Many people are interested to know what kind of return on investment they can expect when upgrading certain items in their homes and which items they should prioritize first. This is especially relevant when selling their home or investment property.

When it comes to house sales and particular rooms, the kitchen is often the room that will make or break a sale. Kitchen projects that are budgeted between 6-10 percent of the total home value will see the highest ROI. Putting your finances into kitchen upgrades is a worthwhile endeavor when it comes to optimizing your home for selling purposes.

The top five projects to prioritize when it comes to the best return on investments are: replacing the entry door, installing a new fireplace, remodeling the kitchen, converting the attic into a bedroom, and replacing the exterior siding or cladding.

For an illustrated look at the best projects to focus on when renovating your home, see the below infographic created by Senator Windows.

Home Renovation

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Posted by Bill Hayden on December 10th, 2016 12:05 PM

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