Thank You Notes, Reusing Older Buildings, & Keeping Your Home Holiday Safe

An ongoing feature in Tuesday Tactics is our “Great Read Roundup” in which we highlight some of the best pieces we’ve read recently and why they might expand your mind or help with your real estate career.

The Art of the Thank You Note (aka Your Mom was Right Again)

(7 minute read)

Why it matters: We will never get tired to saying it: The humble thank you note is one of the most powerful tools you have at your disposal for deepening connections, retaining clients, and earning referrals. Refresh yourself on the essentials with this piece today!

Valuing Older Buildings: Architecture Professor’s Book Argues for Reuse Rather than Wrecking Ball

(6 minute read)

Why it matters: Is it always a good idea to demolish old buildings in favor of new “green” design? Not necessarily. The revelations in this interview with Kathryn Rogers Merlino may surprise you. (It also includes an excellent 2-minute video on building reuse.)

How to Keep Your Property Safe Over the Holidays

(8 minute read)

Why it matters: The holidays aren’t over yet, and there are plenty of ways you might unintentionally expose your home to theft or damage. This piece covers some of the basics you need to keep in mind: Social media, light timers, pipe protection, updated insurance, and enlisting the neighbors’ help.

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