Articles in the Autumn 2009 Category

Donald Dobroski: Biography
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Posted in Autumn 2009, In the Spotlight on October 2009
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“Good afternoon sports fans and welcome to Heinz Field where your World Champion Pittsburgh Steelers begin their campaign for another magnificent year.” Seated in seats 1 and 2, Row AA, Section 111, Don and his son David are eager to see Don’s beloved Steelers get off to a strong start. Although David longed to see his Red Sox playing their final games, Don loved football. David had driven from Boston, where he practices as a cardiologist, picked up his father in Rochester, and made the trek to the opening game.

Estate Building
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Posted in Autumn 2009, The S.E.C. History Files on October 2009
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“I am not the kind of person who can save money to build an estate.” The author is unknown, but often quoted. It is a fact that it takes money or assets to get started in Estate Building. Many Brokers and Salesmen will admit they are unable to create and maintain a savings account. Money is always needed for short gap emergencies like office rent, family expenses or to close a transaction. Thus, many potential estate builders cannot even get started.

Questions and Answers
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Posted in Autumn 2009, The S.E.C. History Files on October 2009
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Question: Many people have called you the father of modern real estate exchanging. When did you really see a need for this field to become a specialty? Answer: It was in the latter part of the 1940s that I could see the need to become a specialist in the “people business” to succeed in property, and professionally conduct an exchange and counseling business.