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  • Mortgage Rates Drop and Builders Offer Incentives

                Are the media freezing you into inactivity with their negative housing market stories? Contrary to media articles, it is a great time to buy.               Today's housing market has numerous choices in all price ...
    Posted to Mark Cohen, Broker (Weblog) by 6575 on November 5, 2007
  • Accessing My Blog.

    You can access my BLOG and my latest postings by clicking the title above "Accessing My Blog" or going to the following page:    http://www.gainesvillefloridahomes.com/Blog_by_Mark/page_1818159.html Instead of duplicating everything posted by me and commentators on multiple websites, I have provided the above ...
    Posted to Mark Cohen, Broker (Weblog) by 6575 on September 1, 2007
  • Languages Spoken at Eyemark Realty.

    We Speak English and Chinese.
    Posted to Mark Cohen, Broker (Weblog) by 6575 on July 11, 2007
  • Real Estate Referrals to and from Agents and Brokers.

    Referrals ExchangeI will send Buyer and Seller Referrals for all kinds of real estate to qualified licensed Agents and Brokers located ANYWHERE in Florida (Statewide), the United States (National), and Worldwide (International). I will receive (accept) Buyer and Seller Referrals for all kinds of real estate from qualified ...
    Posted to Mark Cohen, Broker (Weblog) by 6575 on June 3, 2007
  • Spring Time is Here.

    It is unofficially springtime here.  Today my Purple Magnolia Tree's flower buds opened up into beautiful big flowers.  This kind of magnolia, a native to Japan, blooms before its new leaves appear, so it looks like a mass of light purple. Actually it has been spring here all winter, so far.  My Periwinkles and Impatiens have ...
    Posted to Mark Cohen, Broker (Weblog) by 6575 on February 14, 2007
  • A Nice Place To Live.

    Hello Bloggers.  This is my first blog.  Thoughts to begin a new year: Home and Land prices in and near Gainesville are very reasonable compared to many places in Florida and other states.Gainesville is a wonderful place to live, partly because of the University of Florida and its educational and cultural aspects, partly because ...
    Posted to Mark Cohen, Broker (Weblog) by 6575 on January 17, 2007