All posts by April Groves

Writer for national real estate opinion column, focusing on the improvement of the real estate industry by educating peers about technology, real estate legislation, ethics, practices and brokerage with the end result being that consumers have a better experience.

Putting your best face forward

Jan 22, 20086 Comments317 Views

Shailesh raged against a situation where information was simply dismissed because it was obtained from a blog. I understand his frustration. Many ethical, smart and honest bloggers spend time and dispense expertise with integrity. However, it is

Moving more than the stapler

Jan 11, 20085 Comments206 Views

So, I decided to change brokerages. It wasn’t nearly as dramatic as some of the stories I have heard. In fact, it really wasn’t dramatic at all.  I made a decision, those involved respected it, and everybody

As the Server Crashes

Jan 04, 20088 Comments250 Views

The New Year rang in on my website with a resounding THUD. For about three days it was up and down. Some calls to BlueHost tech support were helpful, but the journey continued. Making Life Work For

Go Dawgs…Eh Konnect

Jan 02, 20086 Comments233 Views

It seems I have become the social network tester. Why? Because I am a nosy, glutton for punishment blogger that can’t stand not to know what the new “web of people you already know somewhere else” is.

Zolving another … network

Dec 03, 20078 Comments375 Views

First, a funny observation. Just got my Realtor Daily email. It hailed the “new” real estate networking site, Zolve. You know, the same one Benn talked about, I dunno, in OCTOBER. I’m not saying…I’m just saying… Anyway,

It’s the Naked Aggression

Nov 01, 20076 Comments312 Views

If I had been posting on AG longer, I would ask you all if you have missed me. As I have not, I will just assume that you didn’t notice. What? You DID notice! How sweet! I

I’m Bringing Sexy Back

Oct 12, 20077 Comments363 Views

And probably no more real estate talk here than I do over at my place. HA! Blogger Formally Known as “He who’s name must not be said” – got you! You thought you could invite the blogger