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Perspective and Worth in Home Ownership

There are few things in life that are more exciting, more anticipated, and more desired than that of home ownership.  The act of finding that perfect home that has the perfect floor plan, or is perfectly posh, or is the perfect family home is one of the most rewarding experiences that a person can achieve.  Read More »

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3 Reasons to Have a Real Estate Agent with a Legal Background

There are many ways that buying real estate can be complicated.  The art of finding property, bidding, escrow, settlement, inspections, taxes, and so many other factors make finding the right real estate agent imperative.  Aside from the technicalities of purchasing real estate, there are also countless legal implications that can make a transfer of property Read More »

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New Jersey Real Estate License

I am proud to report that I just passed the New Jersey Real Estate License Exam.   So, despite already being busy and having a demanding multi-state law practice, why am I getting my real estate license?   Here are a few reasons I am getting my real estate license:   1) I love real Read More »

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THIS IS 40 and Lessons Learned

  Four Zero seems like a good opportunity to pen a quick milestone type Blog Post. I feel lucky to have such a great family, good health, and a terrific business in which I have been able to help many people through some really hard times.  So I am happy with where I am at, Read More »

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The Best Exercises

With the warm weather arriving, many folks seem to be giving more attention to getting in shape. A question I often get is what are the best exercises to keep in shape. In my opinion, keeping things basic is the key. Some sort of cardiovascular exercise such as walking, jogging, biking, rowing, elliptical, swimming, or Read More »

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The Weight of the Nation

I watched an interesting documentary on HBO yesterday and wanted to do a quick blog post on this. The Weight of the Nation: http://theweightofthenation.hbo.com/ Most disturbing was the discussion of how large corporations market the cheaper less healthy foods more since they provide for higher profit margins. Also interesting is how government subsidies play such a Read More »

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HOW TO SCREW UP A PROFESSIONAL SPORTS TEAM- LIFE LESSONS FROM EAGLES COACH ANDY REID

There seems to be a lot of controversy now as to whether the Philadelphia Eagles should fire head football coach, Andy Reid. Sports is a tough business and coaches generally have a very short shelf-life with one team. Andy has been in Philadelphia a long time and has a very good win-loss percentage. He has Read More »

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Goal Setting and Dave’s 2011 Failures and Triumphs

Goal setting is an extremely powerful tool that everyone should utilize. In fact, each New Year, I suggest writing out your goals for the year. They can then be tracked and refined each month. Next, you have to break the goals down into little baby-steps that you can take action on regularly. I also suggest Read More »

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Dave’s Top 10 Secretes to Financial Freedom

  As I write this in November 2011, the news headlines about the economy are pretty gloomy. With financial turmoil at home and overseas , what can you do to protect your family, be financially responsible, and hopefully retire one day? Some time-tested strategies follow: 1)Spend less than what money you have coming in. Sounds Read More »

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Dave’s 10 Commandments (for success)

  What does it take to reach your goals, become successful, and be happy?   1) SET GOALS  - In order to reach goals and create the life you want, you really need to think about where you want to get to and what your goals are. If you don’t know where you are going, Read More »

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