Articles in the Summer 2002 Category

Guest Registration Online
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Posted in Society News Briefs, Summer 2002 on July 2002
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The SEC has implemented Online Registration and package input for Invited Guests who attend SEC Invitational Marketing meetings. The Online Registration process will commence with the Minnesota meeting currently underway. Invited Guests of SEC Members will receive their meeting invitation via e-mail and regular mail for the Minnesota meeting. Guests attending the Minneapolis meeting will […]

Counseling the Broker?
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Posted in Society News Briefs, Summer 2002 on July 2002
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The SEC prides itself in counseling our clients. However, many times we have to deal with other brokers that don’t take the time to counsel their clients or don’t know how. For instance, I want to buy an asset that is listed at a highly over-valued price. When I ask the listing broker how he […]

S.E.C. Invitational Marketing Program
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Posted in Society News Briefs, Summer 2002 on July 2002
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Minneapolis, Minnesota September 22nd – 25th, 2002 The Society of Exchange Counselors will host an invitational Marketing Meeting in the great midwestern city of Minneapolis. We are excited to bring our unique brand of real estate marketing meetings to Minnesota. Invitations have been sent to Guests and Friends of the SEC. Package cut off day […]

Introducing the S.E.C. Education Foundation Website
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Posted in S.E.C. Education Foundation, Summer 2002 on July 2002
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If the roots are strong, the tree will grow even stronger… SEC Members, Candidates and Friends: I am pleased to announce the creation of the SEC Education Foundation web site. The Mission of the SEC Education Foundation is to “…Encourage, promote and sponsor education programs in Creative Real Estate”. The new web site is our […]

The RENO Education Foundation
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Posted in S.E.C. Education Foundation, Summer 2002 on July 2002
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If the roots are strong, the tree will grow even stronger… In 1969, Richard Reno decided that many new ideas, formulas and SEC’s had developed techniques during the 1960s and it was time to broaden the educational spectrum in exchanging beyond his class. He selected five SEC’s and told each of us to develop a […]

Our Way of Life
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Posted in Summer 2002, The S.E.C. History Files on July 2002
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What is the object of counseling? It should be apparent what a real estate counselor should determine in counseling with a prospective client and/or a client. However, sadly, there are too many brokers and consultants rather than counselors and by this we simply mean that too many practitioners in the real estate industry talk too […]

Byron Beeler, S.E.C.: A Founding S.E.C. Member
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Posted in In the Spotlight, Summer 2002 on July 2002
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Byron was born in Boone, Iowa on February 25, 1922, the son of Mr. Orie W. Beeler, from Mankato, Kansas, and his wife Louise Moffatt Beeler from Boone, Iowa. Byron has two younger brothers; Bradford Beeler, a retired real estate appraiser, living in Boulder, Colorado, and Bill Beeler, a retired stock broker, living in Rancho […]

In Memoriam: Charles Chatham, S.E.C.
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Posted in In the Spotlight, Summer 2002 on July 2002
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C. Charles “Chuck” Chatham was born February 15, 1913 in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin and died January 17, 1996 in Glendale, California. Married to his wife Goldie for 61 years, they had 3 children, 6 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. In 1945, at the age of 32, Charles Chatham inherited his mother’s residential real estate office […]

Selling is Not Always the Best Solution
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Posted in Formulas and Strategies, Summer 2002 on July 2002
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(Originally published in the New York Real Estate Journal, November 30, 1999. Republished with the permission of the author.) Selling is Not Always the Best Solution Sometimes selling the real estate is not the best solution. The broker must find out the underlying problem and recommend the best solution based on what the client is […]

Looking Forward
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Posted in Formulas and Strategies, Summer 2002 on July 2002
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Here’s a suggestion that I believe will multiply the opportunities at a truly geometric rate to SEC members, Candidates and our friends who are wired into the digital revolution in the real estate business… Did you ever notice the “forward” button at the top of your email screen? Here’s how we can all use it […]