Articles in the Summer 2003 Category

Creative Real Estate Formulas
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Posted in Society News Briefs, Summer 2003 on July 2003
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The S.E.C. Education Foundation is proud to present, in association with the Oklahoma Association of Realtors, Creative Real Estate Formulas, one of the S.E.C.’s signature course offering on October 9th in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The Course will be included in the Oklahoma Association of Realtors 2003 Education Conference & Trade Show titled “Unlock Your Potential” […]

Broker Estate Building
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Posted in Society News Briefs, Summer 2003 on July 2003
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Wichita, Kansas October 9th and 10th, 2003 The S.E.C. Education Foundation is proud to present, in association with the Kansas CCIM chapter, “Broker Estate Building,” one of the S.E.C.’s signature course offering on October 9th and 10th in Wichita, Kansas. Registration for the program is ongoing with information available by contacting Rod Stewart, S.E.C., CCIM, […]

Education Program Success
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Posted in Society News Briefs, Summer 2003 on July 2003
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Since the last issue of the S.E.C. Observer, the S.E.C. Education Foundation has sponsored several successful education programs throughout the nation. SEC Instructors Ted Blank, Chuck Sutherland, Bob Giniecki, Mark Johnson and Phil Corso taught various programs to sell out audiences in Ohio, Atlanta, New England and Portland, Oregon. Featured programs included Equity Marketing, Counseling, […]

You Only Live Once – Live Life’s Challenges
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Posted in S.E.C. Education Foundation, Summer 2003 on July 2003
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It’s been said “Life is not a rehearsal, we only get to do this once.” Ain’t that the truth!!! So, what are you doing each and everyday to “live life’s challenges”? How are you spending your time? Are you dedicating a portion of each and every day to creative thinking? Are you approaching each challenge […]

A Slow Death
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Posted in Summer 2003, The S.E.C. History Files on July 2003
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Editor’s Note: This article was written nearly 30 years ago, but it sounds like it could have been written today. Some truths just don’t change! From A Bang to a Fizzle Many exchange, marketing and problem solving groups appear to go through cycles. A lot of groups start out with a bang, appear to be […]

The KISS Formula
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Posted in Summer 2003, The S.E.C. History Files on July 2003
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KISS. Not just a romantic or affectionate action. The K.I.S.S. Formula is one thing that we, in the real estate and especially the exchange business, should never forget. It means – Keep It Simple, Stupid!! The Keep It Simple speaks for itself and the Stupid is there to get your attention. It is amazing how […]

Roy R. Moore, S.E.C.
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Posted in In the Spotlight, Summer 2003 on July 2003
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The life of Roy Rex Moore, Jr. reflects a full range of the qualities that built modern North American society: hardworking, determined, brave, tenacious, honest, innovative, adventurous, independent, and successful. Roy’s father, Roy Rex Moore, was born in 1889 in Van Wyck, Idaho, and the oldest of eight children whose parents had emigrated west by […]

Margaret Sedenquist, S.E.C.
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Posted in In the Spotlight, Summer 2003 on July 2003
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Margaret H. Sedenquist, S.E.C., is a long time member of the Society and served as its President in 1995 and 1996. Her biography is a story of adventure, intellect, and courage. Childhood and school: Margaret has deep roots in the state of Wyoming and in its history. She told me, “The history of Wyoming is […]

What Do I Tell Him?
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Posted in Formulas and Strategies, Summer 2003 on July 2003
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Here’s a challenge for all of you in the S.E.C. brain trust. Read the question below and send me your answers. A summary of your responses will be published in the next issue. I recently received the following inquiry from a broker friend of mine. He was concerned about two things. First, was the transaction […]

You Are Your Own Best Client
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Posted in Formulas and Strategies, Summer 2003 on July 2003
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How many of us throughout our real estate careers spend enormous amounts of time searching for new clients? Our hunt for transaction income (aka commissions) takes us to all four corners of the planet earth. We spend time cold calling owners, seeking referrals from satisfied clients, networking in our communities, and generally working every angle […]