No Interest, No Fees Facility Provides Local Real Estate Professionals
with Meaningful Resources to Increase Advertising Activities
ESTERO, FLA., September 11 /CNW/ - REAL ESTATE HOT SHEETS Inc. (REHS), a
printernet company, today introduced a new credit program for any licensed
real estate industry professional. Effective immediately, REHS will extend a
$500 credit line to any active real estate professional that is licensed by
the State of Florida, including licensed real estate associates and brokers,
licensed mortgage brokers, real estate attorneys and the licensed architects,
designers and contractors in the building trades.
"The $500 credit line will help real estate professionals impacted by the
'perfect storm' that has hit the real estate industry in southwest Florida,"
said Michelle Craft, CEO and publisher of REAL ESTATE HOT SHEETS, Inc. "It's
advertise today, pay tomorrow with REHS' new credit program described at
http://www.realestatehotsheets.com/LOC.html. Instead of paying upfront for
advertising as is custom, we're extending generous credit terms to real estate
professionals to market and advertise listings and services. The impact of
three factors - the lending crunch, skyrocketing insurance premiums and
escalating property taxes - has signficantly reduced income derived from real
estate sales, leaving scarce resources to advertise properties effectively."
Craft said, "It is difficult to find anyone in southwest Florida that has
not been impacted by the down turn. I subscribe to the philosophy that each of
us must contribute back to the community in which we live and work, and REHS
is committed to helping the real estate industry take steps toward normalcy by
providing a meaningful facility for nearly everyone to heighten their
For additional information on REHS' $500 credit program, visit
http://www.realestatehotsheets.com/, or call Michelle Craft at (239) 992-9642.
About Real Estate Hot SheetsTM
Real Estate Hot Sheets is a printernet company located in Southwest
Florida. Michelle Craft is a former marketing vice president with Internet
advertising firm MIVA, Inc. (NASDAQ: MIVA) with her full bio at
http://www.realestatehotsheets.com/about.html. In 1990, the advertising agency
she founded, The ADCRAFT Agency, helped The Texas American Legion and other
Texas veterans associations pass a constitutional amendment campaign to exempt
veterans' posts from property taxes. Proposition 4's passage saves veterans
associations more than a million dollars each year.
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For further information: REAL ESTATE HOT SHEETS Inc. Michelle Craft,