So why did your corner grocery store close? You recall swinging in to purchase a gallon and milk and a tasty bag of chips. That store was convenient and their service was good. You noticed it was never very busy but never thought it would close. How do you avoid the same fate with your realty business? The need for cli

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Your Team/Business: You Are Your People

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  • May 2, 2018
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I’m making an assumption that we’ve all worked at a company or wished we had that was high-performing. What makes a team or company perform at a high level and what contributes to their creation of an amazing work culture? These companies effortlessly draw awesome talent – why? I’ve been coaching and helping co

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A Letter To Our Inspector

Hey Bob! We are all moved into our new home and wanted to say thank you for all the tips you gave us! I wanted to reach out to you to see if you could repeat the advice you gave us on using our heating and AC most efficiently. We have been leaving the fan on instead of auto (remembered that one) but couldn't remembe

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Inspecting The Inspector

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  • October 5, 2015
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Top to Bottom Services is sometimes consulted by buyers who have bought their homes, and after having had their home inspected by another company, need consulting on issues that have come up (TTBS clients enjoy this service for free). When reviewing the work of other inspectors, we are careful to appreciate that we

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Dan Deist TTBS Radio Show

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  • October 2, 2015
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Our President Dan Deist is featured on the Todd LaBorwit Show, Real Estate Radio alongside Matt Rowland from RE/MAX Town Center. Listen live on AM1260 on Saturday at 1pm or stream it over SoundCloud here.

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Inspector Spotlight – Jim Parlato

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  • August 14, 2014
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Jim was born and raised in the DC area and attended the University of Maryland. He has worked in various home services, including years as a field manager for a carpet and upholstery cleaning company, for over 20 years before coming to TTBS. He was actually TTBS's very first employee in March of 2005! He's a Marylan

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