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Generate More Business With Expired Listings, Reports Schoenly of Retechulous, LLC - Emailwire

Generate More Business With Expired Listings, Reports Schoenly of Retechulous, LLC - Emailwire
(EMAILWIRE.COM, June 08, 2012 ) Harrisburg, PA One of the most challenging forms of prospecting for real estate professionals is contacting expired listings. Naturally, many sellers are either reluctant to work with another agent, or they are doubtful that their property can sell for a reasonable price in the current market due to their past experiences.

Therefore, it can be difficult for a Realtor to convince a cold prospect to sign a new agreement with them. Typically, this requires excellent follow-up and perseverance in order to convert these listings. However, due to the rejection that one may face, sometimes it can hardly seem worth it.

Josh Schoenly of Retechulous, LLC says, Our goal was to create a system which would integrate online tools in order to better track and manage follow-ups. We realized that this was the biggest hurdle that most real estate professionals faced when contacting expired listings. As a result, we invented the Expiromatic platform.

According to Schoenly, this system helps streamline the entire process from finding listings to getting in contact with the seller. Very simply, property addresses are inputted into a letter generator, and each listing is given a unique personalized URL (PURL). Letters can then be printed out along with a link to the corresponding website for that address. These are then evenly distributed in a follow-up folder to be submitted at specified intervals.

Schoenly continues, Once the seller receives the letter, they will discover that a unique website has been created for their specific property. This tends to generate a lot of curiosity with expired listings, and causes prospects to visit the site for more information. Additionally, Expiromatic will automatically track when that seller visits the URL. This indicates to the agent that there is some level of interest in the offer.

In order to learn more about this revolutionary system, Realtors are encouraged to watch a short tutorial on how Expiromatic can help generate results for their businesses. To get started right away, simply visit the link above now.

About Retechulous, LLC:

Retechulous, LLC is focused on training agents, brokers, and other marketing professionals throughout the U.S. and Canada on how to effectively promote their businesses online for maximum profits. The company is managed from several secret headquarters deep within undisclosed locations of Central PA. Boost success rate with expired listings by visiting Expiromatic 2.0.

Asia stocks get hit after China rate cut, Fed - Marketwatch

By Sarah Turner and V. Phani Kumar, MarketWatch

HONG KONG (MarketWatch) — Asian shares skidded Friday after China’s unexpected interest rate cut ahead of this weekend’s economic data drew attention to its slowing growth trajectory, and after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke didn’t indicate further easing was in the offing.

The day’s biggest losses were seen in Tokyo, where the Nikkei Stock Average /quotes/zigman/5986735 JP:100000018 -2.09%  tumbled 2.1% as jittery investors took profits after a 3-day rally and before the weekend, in the absence of a hint that the Fed stands ready to boost its asset purchases.

“I think the direction of the markets now reflect that nobody expects globally coordinated policy support for the markets. And that’s what it would take to turn [markets] around,” said Ben Collett, head of Japanese equities at Louis Capital Markets.

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Chairman Ban Bernanke tells Congress the Fed will act if Europe stresses get out of hand.

“The only way to make money in this market is to take profit very, very early... Trying to catch the bottom of this market is like trying to catch a bolt of lightning,” he added.

Despite the day’s steep fall, the Nikkei ended the week 0.2% higher, also snapping a nine-week losing streak.

Elsewhere, Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 index /quotes/zigman/1653884 AU:XJO -1.09% and Taiwan’s Taiex /quotes/zigman/1565586 XX:Y9999 -1.14%  each gave up 1.1%, while South Korea’s Kospi KR:SEU -0.67% dropped 0.7%.

Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index /quotes/zigman/2622475 HK:HSI -0.94%  dropped 0.9% and China’s Shanghai Composite Index /quotes/zigman/1859015 CN:000001 -0.51%  lost 0.5%, after the People’s Bank of China late on Thursday cut benchmark lending and deposit rates by a quarter point each. The central bank also let interest rates float lower. Read more on China rate cut.

Su-Lin Ong, strategist at RBC Capital Markets, said that after having expected cuts to Chinese banks’ reserve requirement ratio before any adjustment to interest rates, “the more forceful policy action may well signal greater concern over the current pace of Chinese growth and prospects.”

China is due to release a raft of economic data this weekend, including inflation, industrial production and retail sales for May, as well as monthly trade figures.

Matthew Sherwood, head of investment market research at Perpetual, said that cutting rates “will help on the margin,” but generally “the rate cut hasn’t sparked a good reaction,” as the economy is still slowing, Europe’s still a concern and there remains excess capacity in China. Read report on reaction to the Chinese rate cut.

The only way to make money in this market is to take profit very, very early... Trying to catch the bottom of this market is like trying to catch a bolt of lightning.

— Ben Collett, Louis Capital Markets

Chinese banks declined on concern the PBOC rate cut might hurt their interest-rate margins. Bank of Communications Co. /quotes/zigman/34374 HK:3328 -4.69%   /quotes/zigman/527616/quotes/nls/bcmxy BCMXY +0.05%  dived 4.7% and Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd. /quotes/zigman/37346 HK:1398 -4.91%   /quotes/zigman/529252/quotes/nls/idcby IDCBY 0.00%  tumbled 4.9% in Hong Kong; in Shanghai, they gave up 1.3% and 0.7%.

But some Chinese property firms advanced in Hong Kong, with China Overseas Land & Investment Ltd. /quotes/zigman/13931 HK:688 +2.49%   /quotes/zigman/13933/quotes/nls/caovf CAOVF -5.23% rising 2.5% and China Resources Land Ltd. /quotes/zigman/14892 HK:1109 +2.05% /quotes/zigman/292800/quotes/nls/crbjy CRBJY 0.00% gaining 2.1%.

“We expect this rate cut to be taken positively by the market with a focus on more highly-geared mass market developers... Yet, we believe that any rally is unlikely to be any more than short-term beneficial for property developer stocks and we would see any rally as an opportunity to exit,” property analysts at Barclays Capital wrote in a report.

Some of Australia’s biggest mining firms, which count China as a major customer, rose after the rate cut, with BHP Billiton Ltd. /quotes/zigman/180893 AU:BHP +1.04% /quotes/zigman/270355/quotes/nls/bhp BHP +1.88%  rising 1%, and Rio Tinto Ltd. /quotes/zigman/176317 AU:RIO +0.31% /quotes/zigman/182541/quotes/nls/rio RIO +3.84%  gaining 0.3%.

But others declined after a sharp fall in metals futures, with OZ Minerals Ltd. /quotes/zigman/516210 AU:OZL -4.61%  losing 4.6%, and PanAust Ltd. /quotes/zigman/157518 AU:PNA -2.83% tumbling 2.8%. Read more on metals.

Metals shares also dropped in Tokyo, with Pacific Metals Co. /quotes/zigman/197048 JP:5541 -5.28% /quotes/zigman/197054/quotes/nls/pfmtf PFMTF -2.70%  shrinking 5.3% and Nippon Light Metal Co. /quotes/zigman/196058 JP:5701 -1.85%  lost 1.9%.

Japanese exporters — which had helped fuel much of this week’s gains in Tokyo as the yen lost value — were likewise among the notable decliners Friday, with sentiment weighed a bit by pre-market data showing a widening trade deficit. Read more on trade deficit figures.

Toshiba Corp. /quotes/zigman/197500 JP:6758 -5.32%   /quotes/zigman/529244/quotes/nls/tosyy TOSYY -0.49%  dropped 3.4% and Sharp Corp. /quotes/zigman/197304 JP:6753 -5.31%   /quotes/zigman/197313/quotes/nls/shcaf SHCAF -2.04%  plummeted 5.3%.

Sony Corp. /quotes/zigman/197500 JP:6758 -5.32%   /quotes/zigman/197524/quotes/nls/sne SNE -2.06%  surrendered 5.3% after Morgan Stanley downgraded the stock to equal-weight, and as the Nikkei business daily reported that the company may make a major share investment in scandal-hit Olympus Corp. /quotes/zigman/196968 JP:7733 -3.64% /quotes/zigman/196973/quotes/nls/ocpnf OCPNF +10.92%

Panasonic Corp. /quotes/zigman/194943 JP:6752 -1.27%   /quotes/zigman/525474/quotes/nls/pc PC +1.18% , also named in the report as a possible buyer for a major Olympus stake, fell 1.3%. Olympus shares dropped 3.6%. See report on possible investment in Olympus.

Renesas Electronics Corp. /quotes/zigman/326601 JP:6723 +18.80%   /quotes/zigman/593649/quotes/nls/rnecy RNECY -8.58%  rallied 18.8% under such weak market conditions, and in strong trading volume, after a report that the firm will shelve a planned share issue. Read more on Renesas share-issue plan.


New Partnership Brings Scalable, Automated, Microsoft Excel-based Financial Reporting to Datel Customers - YAHOO!

After extensively researching the market place, Sage Business Partner Datel has chosen A La Carte Financial Intelligence from Excel in Business to fulfill its Sage 200, Sage Line 500, Sage ERP 1000 and Sage ERP X3 customers’ requirements on financial reporting.

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In the current business climate, detailed, accurate financial information is essential for effective management decision-making. A La Carte Financial Intelligence offers Datel customers the opportunity to streamline the production of monthly financial reports. The solution de-skills and accelerates this process, freeing time previously spent compiling data and writing functions in Microsoft Excel.

Andrew Pritchard, account development director at Datel, says: “Before going out to the market for a powerful financial reporting solution, we engaged with our customers to understand and evaluate their needs. In addition to producing standard reports such as the profit & loss and balance sheet, they wanted the ability to drill down to transaction level to enquire about the origin of a figure and to produce board-ready reports, with the flexibility to change the report to match changes in the chart of accounts. We found that A La Carte Financial Intelligence fulfilled all these criteria and more.”

For Excel in Business, managing director Paul Martin comments: “We are delighted that Sage’s top UK Business Partner has chosen to offer A La Carte Financial Reporting to its broad Sage customer base. We were able to demonstrate that our solution addresses everything from single company Sage 200 applications right through to cloud-based multi-company, multi-currency and forecasting applications in the Sage ERP 1000 and Sage ERP X3 enterprise space.”

Finance users today insist on having scalable, automated, financial reporting applications that run within the tool of their choice – Microsoft Excel. In addition, all numbers must be auditable back to the original transactions in the accounting system. Paul Martin emphasises: “Only A La Carte Financial Intelligence is able to achieve all this, reducing cost, improving period end turnaround of results and increasing confidence in the final results.”

The combination of Sage accounting systems with A La Carte Reporting and Datel’s proven track record in delivering world class financial systems provides a best-of-breed financial solution for the mid and enterprise markets.

For more information about Sage Business Partner Datel and the availability of A La Carte Financial Intelligence, contact Datel on 0845 521 1875 or email marketing(at)datelgroup(dot)com.

About Datel

Datel ( is a software provider and leading Sage Business Partner in the UK offering ERP, accounting and CRM solutions from Sage. Datel supports over 900 customers worldwide in industries such as food and beverage, distribution, manufacturing, e-commerce and clothing and footwear.

Offering Sage ERP X3, Sage ERP 1000 and Sage 200, and CRM solutions Sage SalesLogix and Sage CRM, Datel specialises in understanding business requirements, tailoring a solution to specific needs and providing award-winning customer service and Sage Support.

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Excel in Business ( is a leading supplier of highly scalable Excel-based financial management, management reporting and performance dashboard software and services to the Enterprise and Mid Market sectors.

Excel in Business provides fast, simple and accurate reporting solutions that minimise effort, time and cost for period end financial, operational and CRM analysis. Through an innovative, modern approach to software licensing, customers can deploy Excel in Business’s A La Carte software across country or worldwide operations at a fraction of the cost of alternative approaches.

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Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on June 8 - Reuters

ZURICH, June 8 | Fri Jun 8, 2012 2:16am EDT

ZURICH, June 8 (Reuters) - Swiss stocks were poised to open lower on Friday, as investors eyed lower Asian stocks as a cue to take profits after comments from U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke dented hopes for fresh near term U.S. stimulus measures.

Futures for the blue-chip SMI index fell 32 points to 5840 points by 0809 GMT.

The following are some of the main factors expected to affect Swiss stocks on Friday:


Novartis AG's unit Sandoz is voluntarily recalling ten lots of its generic Introvale birth control pills after a consumer recently reported a packaging flaw.

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Logitech International, the world's largest computer mouse maker, said it will cut about 450 jobs, or 13 percent of its worldwide non-direct labor workforce, as part of a previously announced restructuring.

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* Zehnder Group plans to expand its Group Executive Committee with Dominik Berchtold as Deputy Chairman of the Group Executive Committee from January 1 as part of succession planning. Berchtold will replace Hans-Peter Zehnder as Chairman of the body in the second half of 2014.

* The World Council of Churches signed a contract with Implenia for the development of its plot in Grand-Saconnex, Geneva, including a new Ecumenical Centre. The development of the 34,000 square metre site will take place in several phases over the next five to ten years.

* Kudelski said SmarDTV has combined CI Plus and HbbTV to enable video-on-demand for cable networks. SmarDTV intends to launch the first CI Plus SmarCAM with Cable voice on demand this year.


STOCKS NEWS EUROPE-Lamprell slumps on second profit downgrade - Reuters UK

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