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Editor’s Note: Although Darryl has not been traveling to meetings as much recently, he wants everyone to know that he still cherishes his Society of Exchange Counselors (S.E.C.) membership.  He has been busy just north of the border working on a new website to benefit commercial real estate brokers and agents.  Below is an excerpt from a memo he sent to S.E.C. Members a few weeks ago.

I am forever thankful for the benefits I’ve received from my S.E.C. family.

We all know when it comes to real estate fundamentals, the only difference between Canada and the U.S. is a line on a map.

Therefore, as part of a long-held passion to add value to others in Canada, I have recently introduced “PUTTING THE PIECES TOGETHER,” a new, solution-based real estate resource.

The purpose is to offer time-tested creative formulas to share information with real estate brokers, counselors, developers, asset managers, financiers, investors, consultants, planners, educators, and so on.

Each month we release a new article to this large and growing network. These articles are assembled on our website to be freely offered as an ongoing resource as needed.

We welcome anyone in our extended S.E.C. family, and S.E.C. Observer readers, to join the network by visiting www.darrylm.ca. Simply scroll down to the bottom and enter your name and email address. You will then be sent an opt-in email to confirm your address. Please be sure to click the link in the email to complete the process.

Going forward, you may have a creative transaction article to share to this new network. If so, let me know. I always need all the help I can get!

Thank you, and we look forward to seeing all very soon.

Darryl McCullough, S.E.C.
darryljp.mccullough@gmail.com

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