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5 real estate resolutions for 2012

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2012 is almost here and we all want to hit the ground running. We have had some really lean years in the real estate business, and 2012 looks promising, with lower unemployment rates that could lead to more homebuying activity. Activity has really picked up in my area and I anticipate a good first quarter. Here are some New Year's resolutions for my business in 2012: 1. Drop what's not working and move on It is important to review every year and decide what has been successful and what has been a failure. Most experienced real estate agents know that success in this business has little to do with technology and that how we spend our time is important. I plan to stop using anything that isn't working, including some of the online social networks that I participate in. Chances are I will make some additions and some subtractions, and I will start by taking inventory. I am considering doing more old-school newspaper advertising next year because fewer agents in my area are...