In this video, you’ll hear how I am going to expand my service to homebuyers.

The limited inventory, combined with the public nature of this blog, keeps a throttle on what is available here.  Frankly, I think that both you and I are bored of looking at these run-out REO losers, and want to see some quality homes that you might consider buying!

Thus, I have created a private version of this blog for my clients, with the intent to view more videos packed with commentary to advance your knowledge and experience of the market.  Hopefully, you might even see a house you want to buy, just like shadash!

The public version of bubbleinfo.com will continue here, with videos.  There is plenty of general information to discuss – trends, stats, etc – and as readers get closer to wanting to buy a house, we’ll get you involved with the real contenders on the other site.  When you are ready, contact me and we’ll get you started.

I’m guessing that readers will feel like the public version of bubbleinfo.com will be lightweight, and the real meat and potatoes will move to the private website.  But that is not the case.

On the private side are videos that would never been seen in public, because they are proprietary.  It will be similar to actually being in the car with me as a client, and getting the real advice I’d give you one-on-one.  I have never done that here, and never will.  Bubbleinfo.com has always been a chance to get familar with Jim the Realtor, and if you like what you see/hear, then contact me about representation.

I appreciate where we have been, and want to continue with you on this path.  At the same time, I want to expand the quality of service, knowing that there is more available for us to discover about the homebuying process using an on-line format. 

How will I find the time?  The only difference will be more video of what I’m doing every day – at some point, it could be live streaming all day long!

Could there be conflict if more than one client likes something they see?  We’re covering a large area and a wide spread of price points, so it’s not too likely, but if it were to happen it’ll be first-come, first serve.

I hope you will see this as a logical expansion of what we have started here, with the goal being to better serve my clients.  I want to include you!

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Jim the Realtor
Jim is a long-time local realtor who comments daily here on his blog, bubbleinfo.com which began in September, 2005. Stick around!

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