I am back from an amazing trip to the Canadian Rockies. My husband and I hiked 10 miles through Banff National Park. Fresh air and natural beauty gave me a renewed sense of appreciation for life and health. This is Wellness Week at KWDMN and I hope everyone will do something health-related this week. We all get busy and sometimes don’t make ourselves a priority. I am guilty of that and have not been as healthy as I should be. If you make wellness a priority in your everyday life, please share your tips with us. Post them on our internal Facebook page. We can all use help every now and then. Thank you to Kris Wise for the wellness videos and tips this week. Let’s show our appreciation to Kris and use her “Wise” tips to make ourselves as healthy as possible.
IMPORTANT UPDATE TO GREENSHEETS !!!
When you complete your next GREENSHEET, you will notice a change in the donations fields in the Agent Detail section.
At Family Reunion 2019 -the IALC (International Agent Leadership Council) voted to change how KW Cares donations are handled in Greensheets.
There is an automatic default for a $10.00 donation in the KW Cares donation field.
You may choose to leave this donation amount as is, or change it to any amount you wish, or to 0.00.
You may choose to Opt Out of the donation or change it to another amount for each greensheet.
Just click on the Opt Out option in Blue in that section.
KW Cares thanks you for your donations to take care of fellow KW associates in their time of need!
Sponsored By: Rose Depoe
Sponsored By: Venus Mendoza
Sponsored By: Melanie Mulamba (Dallas Preston Road)
Sponsored By: Venus Mendoza
Sponsored By: Andre Kocher
Sponsored By: Rosemary Croney
Sponsored By: Stacey Buettner
Sponsored By: Hollie Crocco
Agent Tip of the Week!
Use of Unlicensed Assistants in Real Estate Transactions
May an unlicensed person, identified as such, make calls to determine whether persons are interested in buying or selling property, or have property they wish to sell, and if so, make an appointment for a licensed agent to talk to them?
No. Often referred to as “telemarketing”, any such activities conducted in Texas must be conducted by a license holder. In Tex. Atty. Gen. Op. H-1271 (1978), the attorney general concluded that a license was required. Also, TREC Rule 535.4(e) makes it clear that all solicitation work must be conducted by a license holder.
Section 1101.758 of The Real Estate License Act establishes that it is a crime for an unlicensed person to engage in activity for which a real estate license is required. The broker or sales agent who employs an unlicensed person might be criminally charged for the crime as well. In addition, TREC may take disciplanary action against a broker or sales agent who pays or associates with an unlicensed person who engages in activities that require a real estate license.
Source: TREC Legal Update Part 2 Edition 8.0
What’s Going on in Your Market Center?
C O R E MENTORSHIP ORIENTATION
(Creating Outstanding Realtors For Excellence)
4/29/2019 at 1:00 PM
Creating Outstanding Realtors for Excellence – is a fast track program to provide agents with the foundation needed to launch their business, and get off to a fast, exciting start in real estate!
This 90 minute orientation class covers how, what, when and where details necessary to get your Real Estate business started with Dallas Metro North. You will be introduced to “Path to Success”. Path to Success is your first 100 days business guide.
Stacey Reynolds, Productivity Coach, facilitates this class and program. If you have questions about the CORE program, Stacey’s email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you want to build your profit share tree, this is also an excellent recruiting tool for you so come & check it out!
Join us in the downstairs Bistro for Beer, Wine, and light snacks!
More Training And Events This Week!
Tuesday, April 30th
8:45 ~ Breakfast & Tour New Listings ~ Bob Erwin
11:15-12:00 ~ Red Day Meeting
12:00-1:00 ~ Executive Assistant Mastermind
7:30-8:30 ~ CORE Webinar ~ Stacey Reynolds
Wednesday, May 1st
11:30-12:30 ~ CORE Level 2 ~ Stacey Reynolds
12:00-1:00 Command Series Participant Workshop ~ Tammy Bunk
1:00-2:30 ~ CORE Level 1 ~ Stacey Reynolds
Thursday, May 2nd
8:30-9:00 ~ Script Practice ~ Stacey Reynolds
1:00-4:00 ~ Tech and New Agent Orientation*Rosemary Croney and Tammy Bunk
*Join Rosemary and Tammy for tech tips and an overview of Policies & Procedures. Not just for new agents.
Save the Dates!
SIGN-UP SHEETS AT THE FRONT DESK
RED Day, which stands for Renew, Energize and Donate, is our annual day of service. Each year on the second Thursday of May, we celebrate RED Day as a part of our legacy worth leaving. Making a difference in the lives of others and bettering the communities that we serve lies at the heart of the Keller Williams culture.
As one of our valued KW Family Members, we would love for you to join in on Red Day May 9th with your Keller Williams Dallas Metro North Family! Our theme is Give Life: Through nourishment for our neighbors in Denton County, saving lives through blood donations and writing notes with encouraging words.
How can you get involved? Here are 6 key ways:
Join us on May 9th from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm at the KW Market Center to roll-up your sleeves to pack up much-needed food for seniors that receive support from Hearts For Homes. We will also be preparing protein snack packs for Our Daily Bread where they serve 500 people through their soup kitchen and food distribution. Breakfast and Lunch will be provided, reserve your spot here: KW Red Day Market Center Nourishment Packing
Become a Blood Donor: Carter Blood Care Mobile Bus in the KW parking lot from 9 am to 2 pm. (Hours may be extended so stay tuned)
Head off to Denton with a team of 15 to serve our friends at Our Daily Bread from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm. Our Daily Bread will train you onsite and then off you go to meal prepping, serving food, restock the kitchen and clean-up. Sign-up now at:KW Red Day Serving At Our Daily Bread
4. Write 5 notes of encouragement and bring to the market center prior to Red Day
5. Be a supporter of Red Day by choosing the following:
A. Simply go to Amazon and search and choose items from our Red Day Wishlist to be shipped directly to Keller Williams Dallas Metro North: Amazon
B. Donate Gift Cards for Wal-Mart, Kroger, Costco or Target
C. Donate Canned Vegetables, Canned Fruit, Pasta Dish Sides, Instant Mashed Potatoes Packets and Canned Meat
D. Host a food drive in your neighborhood to collect and bring to the market center donation box will be in the lobby and then will be moved to storage
E. Give a check donation to KWDM Cares and note donation for Red Day 2019
6. Join in on the afternoon delivering groceries to seniors in our communities, simply reserve your spot and how many deliveries you would like to make at: Red Day Hearts for Homes Food Delivery
Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to making this the best Red Day!
Keller Williams Market Center & Culture ALC
Congratulations To Our Newest Cappers!
Michael & Brooke Hunt