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Podcasts, San Carlos Real Estate February 10, 2008

The “Real Estate Minute” Podcast for 2-11-08: Look Who’s Suddenly Busy — Your Lender.

by Chuck Gillooley

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Are you planning on a quick pre-approval, or a fast escrow close? You’d better double-check with your bank. Some now have more work than they can handle. See what that means to home buyers. Click on the podcast below for the first edition of the Real Estate Minute — 60 seconds of real estate.

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  • the audio does not work on my computer

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  • Thanks for bringing this to my attention. I looked into it and found out that this audio plug-in may not work on Internet Explorer (IE). It works fine on on Firefox and Safari, though. Are you using IE?

    I will look for another audio player that will work on all browsers. Thanks for your patience!

    Chuck

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  • I installed a new player…see if this works now. Please let me know either way…Thanks!

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  • I’m using IE7 and says I need to download Quicktime. I guess it’s because it’s a m4a file.

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  • You’re right. The podcast was recorded as an m4a, which makes it easier to import into iTunes. I will investigate mp3 options for future podcasts.

    The original player I used didn’t work at all on IE regardless of the format — thanks for making me aware of that ūüôā

    The new player allows the option of downloading the file and/or listening directly from the blog, but unfortunately it appears to want Quicktime as the preferred player if you listen directly from the blog. Thanks for keeping at it, and I hope you’re ultimately able to listen to the podcast. More are on the way.

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