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Published: Dec 03 , 2020
Author: Robi Li
今天被開了竅，緣於聽一位老大哥的分享。 這位老大哥打過交道的人包括江湖中各種傳說中的大佬。 他跟人聊天時特別喜歡問的一個問題是： “你的目標是什麼？”
Published: Nov 19 , 2020
Author: David Liu
Published: Nov 03 , 2020
Author: David Bannister
My wife is currently involved as an executor in the finalising of an estate and recently this has involved the sale of a house. As you do, she engaged three estate agents to value the property and then chose one of them to act on behalf of her and the other executors involved. The estate agent selected had suggested the highest market price and been very optimistic about the prospects for a quick sale at a good return. The advertising of the house led to a lot of interest and nine viewings were quickly arranged. However, before any prospective buyers had looked at the house someone called the agent and offered the asking price over the phone and without visiting the house. This all happened just a few hours after I had asked, purely out of interest, what the executors would accept as a price for the house – they didn’t know, they were adopting a “wait and see” approach.