Articles in the Spring 2017 Category

Understanding Your Client
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Posted in Society News Briefs, Spring 2017 on April 2017
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Understanding Your Client Ted J. Blank, S.E.C. Indianapolis, Indiana September 10–13, 2017 The S.E.C. Education Foundation and the Society of Exchange Counselors are pleased to announce that Ted J. Blank, S.E.C., will present Understanding Your Client from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on September 10, 2017, in Indianapolis. Some of the highlights and subjects: This […]

Marilee Anderson, S.E.C.
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Posted in In the Spotlight, Spring 2017 on April 2017
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Biography Marilee Anderson, S.E.C. Marilee was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska.  Her mother was a stay-at-home mom, and her father was an entrepreneur with retail stores specializing in western wear that catered to the stockman and equestrian market.   Her maternal grandfather, an architect, was an inspiration to Marilee.  She was a cheerleader and figure […]

It’s Heavy and It’s a Challenge
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Posted in Spring 2017, The S.E.C. History Files on April 2017
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Editor’s Note:  This article first appeared in the April 1975 issue of the Real Estate News Observer 1975 EDITOR’S NOTE: In mid-Janu­ary, the National Society of Ex­change Counselors elected Clif­ford Weaver as its President. He replaces Richard R. Reno of San Diego, California, who was presi­dent and founder of the Society. Reno has received every […]

Free Publicity
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Posted in Spring 2017, The S.E.C. History Files on April 2017
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The essence of good publicity is involvement. Realtors must get involved in things other people are doing if they expect to get publicity. There is an old saying in the Public Relations business that sounds something like, “There is no such thing as Bad Publicity – only Bad Advertis­ing,” which, when translated into plain talk, […]