Author Profile: Don Eymann, S.E.C.

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Don Eymann, S.E.C. was a Past President of the Fresno Exchange Club, the San Joaquin Valley Exchangors, and the Los Angeles International Exchangors, and was Vice President of the Orange Coast Exchangors. An Instructor of Real Estate Investments for the California community college system, Eymann was in demand on a nationwide basis as a guest speaker, author, Instructor for seminars, and moderator for marketing sessions, conferences and conventions. He was a member of the Los Angeles Board of REALTORS, and of the California Association of REALTORS Investment Division, and, since 1965, had been affiliated with the National Society of Exchange Counselors. Eymann, instrumental in the development of the first mini-offer, worked almost exclusively through counseling with estate-building clients, and had an in-depth background in syn©2009-2021 The S.E.C. Real Estate Observer

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Making the Job Easier
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Posted in San Francisco 2005, The S.E.C. History Files on 17 December 2005
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Editor’s Note: This article first appeared in the September, 1976 issue of The Real Estate News Observer The Preliminary Exchange Proposal Form is designed to help expedite a volume of transaction ideas. Started in 1968 at the San Joaquin Valley Exchange meeting in Tulare, California, it has now flourished to national prominence. You just can’t […]

Get Into the Action
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Posted in Spring 2004, The S.E.C. History Files on 16 May 2004
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Editor’s Note: This article was written by former S.E.C. member Don Eymann and first published in 1976 in the original S.E.C. Real Estate News Observer. It has been estimated that there are over 100 exchange group meetings established throughout the U.S. Some do a nice volume of business others are not so productive. What makes […]