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Rosemary’s Rubies June 28, 2019

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Since our office is closed on Thursday, July 4th, in observance of Independence Day, my next Rubies email will be sent in 2 weeks.  I am taking vacation on July 5th and I hope everyone has a safe and patriotic holiday.
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY AMERICA !

 

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CONGRATULATIONS
to our Newest Graduates!

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Carolyn Forrest
Ashley Hart
Sarah Matthews
Carolina Oliphant
Camille Palatella
Erica Perez
Michelle Shepherd
Dee Weber
Way to go ladies!

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ALERT

It has been reported that a GLAR member received an automated call this morning stating that her MLS fee of $105 was due and to push 1 to make a payment.  We do not use any automated call system and bill exclusively through email.  This agent did not owe any fee to GLAR.

If you receive a call, it is not the normal protocol for GLAR and you should not provide payment information but rather call Jennifer at 972-316-6746  directly to verify any outstanding balance.

 


Welcome Glad You're Here

Anne Otwell

Sponsored by Linda Dianne Otwell (Denton)

Darla Kay

Sponsored by Rosemary Croney

Kathey McNeil

Sponsored by Delisa Lapinsky (Rockwall)


WELCOME

Dean Pierce Dettmer

Born: June 18, 2019
11:37 PM
8 pounds 12 ounces
21 inches long

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  Dean is the son of our agent, Amy Dettmer, and the grandson of our agents, Jack and Beth Gaskill.  Happy for all!


Agent Tip of the Week

Light Bulb Agent Tips

Sample Disclosure for Agents Making Purchases in Their Name, or LLC of which they own 10% or more.

 
We have many agents these days that are hoping to be purchasers of properties: as investors, as owner-occupants and as LLCs in which you own at least 10%.
 
Below is a sample of disclosure issues that you, as a Licensed REALTOR®, need to consider when operating as the buyer………..particularly when the property does not go into the MLS and when the sellers are NOT represented.  If the sellers are being represented, these disclosures are not needed.
 
Licensed REALTORS® are held to a higher standard and we want to be sure we are giving you great information to help you stay safe as buyers.
 
I sent this disclosure to everyone on Tuesday and also uploaded the disclosures (see below) to the Office Documents folder on our market center intranet, www.mykw.kw.com.

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Tech Tip of the Week

Helpful Social Media Guides I have Recently Shared on Facebook

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A Complete Guide to Facebook Ad Targeting by Advertisemint

Hidden Facebook Ad Targeting Options by Advertisemint

75 Creative Real Estate Facebook Post Ideas by BlogZ57

52 Real Examples of Business Instagram Captions by HubSpot

Make Social Media Your SuperPower by Rachel Adams Lee

2018 Social Audience Guide by Spredfast

 


 

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Tuesday, July 2

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Wednesday, July 3

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Tuesday, July 9

ALC MEETING 

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12:00-1:30

Come and See What Topics our Leaders Discuss for our Market Center!

 

 

Wednesday, July 10

Dominate with Video


Friday, July 12

4:00 – 5:30 PM

The Bistro

Wine Down again

 


 

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Monday, July 1st

2:30 – 3:30 ~ KWDMN Book Club ~ Mike Tobin

7:30–8:30 ~ CORE Webinar

Tuesday, July 2nd

8:30 – 3:00 BOLD 2.0

8:45 – 10:00 ~ Breakfast & Tour New Listings ~ Bob Erwin

10:00 – 11:00 ~ Technology Committee ~ Heather Shimala

11:00 – 12:00 ~ Career Development Committee ~ Missy Phipps

12:00 – 1:00 ~ Culture Committee ~ Lori Lesnansky & Kris Wise

1:00 – 2:00 ~ Growth Committee ~ Sunny Darden

2:00 – 3:00 ~ Safety & Wealth Building Committees ~ Berek McEwen & Ryan Collinsworth

6:00 – 7:30 ~ Career Night

 

Wednesday, July 3rd

9:00 – 10:00 ~ Solo Agents Breakfast

11:30 – 12:45 ~ Core Level 2 – Stacey Reynolds

1:00 – 2:30 ~ Core Level 1 ~ Stacey Reynolds

Thursday, July 4th

MARKET CENTER CLOSED

Independence Day

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Monday, July 8th

3:30 – 4:30 ~ Tech Essentials ~ Tammy Bunk

Tuesday, July 9th

8:45–10:00 ~ Breakfast & Tour New Listings ~ Bob Erwin

11:00 – 12:00 ~ Using the Enneagram for Success

12:00-1:30 ~ ALC Meeting

2:00 – 2:30 ~ Step 2 Success with Premier Nationwide Listing

6:00-7:30 ~ Career Night

 

Wednesday, July 10th

1:00 – 2:30 ~ Dominate with Video ~ Kyle Draper

Thursday, July 11th

8:30 – 3:00 BOLD 2.0

11:30 – 1:00 ~ Command Series ~ Tammy Bunk

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.

Friday, July 12th

4:00 – 5:30 ~ Wine Down

 

Daily Livestream Events ~ Livestream Links

Monday, July 1 – Friday, July 12

9:30-10:30

11:00-12:00

1:00-2:00

3:00-4:00

 


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Happy Birthday

Coral Lynn Lindsey

Srini Velayudham

Lu Crosier

Mandi Liddell

Les Posey

Shelby Buehler

Mandy Major

Brandi Stevens

Cheryl Fletcher

Matthew Tilbury

Seth Crosland

Priya Pazhayidathu


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Congratulations To Our Newest Cappers!

Beth Brake

Vickie Bodine

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Rosemary’s Rubies June 21, 2019

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Does everyone know what is happening this weekend? I sure hope so and I hope to see you and your families at our Annual Family Picnic this Sunday.  

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AGENT TIP OF THE WEEK!

Light Bulb Agent Tips

Can the Information About Bokerage Services Form be signed before writing an offer?

No. At the time of first substantive communication with a party relating to a proposed transaction regarding specific real property, a license holder must provide a written notice regarding agency, commonly referred to as “Information About Brokerage Services” or IABS Form. [TRELA §1101.558(b-1)]. TREC publishes the Information About Brokerage Services Form, TREC No. IABS 1-0, that license holders must use to comply with the statute.

 

Is the license holder required to provide the “written statement” (IABS Form) to buyer prospects at an open house?

No. A license holder is not required to provide the statutory written statement at the open house. [TRELA§1101.558(c)(3)]. A substantive dialogue does not include a dialogue at an open house.


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Tech Tip of the Week

Something New! Remote Tech Help!!

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When you schedule your next tech one-on-one appointment at KWMetroNorthTech.com choose the option for a remote meeting. Prior to scheduling a remote appointment consider these items:

  1. Is your question one that lends itself to this remote format?

  2. Do you have the computer capabilities to needed to complete a Zoom video call?

If your question and system capabilities meet the guidelines and it is difficult for you to get in to the office for a face to face appointment, feel free to use this method!


Alison’s Announcements

Summer Sun ImageWOW it’s getting hot!

However, please remember our Dress Code policy for while you are in the Market Center.

This is extremely important if you are on Phone Time because clients will sometimes walk in.

As stated in our Associate Handbook:

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Please use your best judgement when working in the office and dress in business casual attire at a minimum. At Keller Williams Dallas Metro North, we want to be seen as the most professional agents in the business, so dress as if you are meeting your next client. We have clients and potential clients in our lobby and conference rooms at any given time.


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What’s Going on in Your Market Center?

Tuesday, June 25th

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Buyers Agent MM Hot Pink


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Wednesday, June 26th

Their$and yours


Friday, June 28th

Relax and Rejuvinate


Monday, June 24th

3:30–5:00 ~ Tech Essentials ~ Tammy Bunk

Tuesday, June 25th

8:45–10:00 ~ Breakfast & Tour New Listings ~ Bob Erwin

12:00–1:00 ~ Executive Assistant Master Mind

1:00-2:00 ~ Buyers Master Mind-Buyers Presentation/Consultation

2:00–3:00 ~ Advanced Lease Purchase Program ~ Home Partners of America

6:00-7:30 ~ Career Night 

Wednesday, June 26th

9:00 – 5:00 ~ ®Train the Trainer Advanced ~ KW Southlake

11:00–1:00 ~ Referrals & So Much More ~ Brooke Hunt

1:00–2:30 ~ CORE Level I ~ Stacey Reynolds

1:00–3:00 ~ Lead Generation Series-36:12:3 ~ Mike Pray

Thursday, June 27th

8:30 – 4:00 BOLD 2.0

9:00 – 5:00 ~ ®Train the Trainer Advanced ~ KW Southlake

11:30–12:30 ~ CORE Level 2 ~ Stacey Reynolds

11:30-1:00 ~ Command Series ~ Tammy Bunk

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.

Friday, June 28th

12:00–1:00 ~ Plug In & Pig Out Gordon Law Phase Inspections & New Construction ~ Tammy Bunk

2:00-5:30 ~ Client Appreciation with 3G Properties

 

Daily Livestream Events ~ Livestream Links

Monday, June 24 – Friday, June 28

9:30-10:30

11:00-12:00

1:00-2:00

3:00-4:00


Save the Dates!

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Cathy Krause

Wesley Marth

Stacey Buettner

Whitney Schwoyer

Tiffany Yost

 


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Melissa Butts

Marie Siebert

Ryan Collinsworth

Rosemary’s Rubies June 14, 2019

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HAPPY TRAILS TO MICHELLE!

“Because the greatest part of a journey isn’t arriving at your destination.”

 

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Stacey sent an email out to everyone last Friday announcing Michelle’s last day. Today is Michelle’s last day so please wish her well.  

Best wishes Michelle and you will be missed by many!


This Sunday

 

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Conservation Tip

Since we have a nice water filtration and ice machine, please help with conservation and bring your own personal water bottles and/or Yeti cups to fill up.  That way we can use the complimentary water bottles for hot & thirsty customers and clients.  Plus we help the environment!

 

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Welcome Glad You're Here

Debra Garrett
Sponsor:  Heather Shimala

Melanie Graf
Sponsor:  Linda Jeffery

Alfredo Kann
Sponsor:  Bodie Stark

Belinda Kelton
Sponsor:  Venus Mendoza

Araceli Mendonca
Sponsor:  Stacey Buettner

Ed Serrano
Sponsor:  Ryan Collinsworth

Mel Weeber
Sponsor:  Nicole Scherer


AGENT TIP OF THE WEEK!

Light Bulb Agent Tips

AMENDING THE CONTRACT
A Buyer conducts an inspection and sends an Amendment to the Seller requesting numerous repairs.  The Seller responds by agreeing to one of the repairs.  To put this agreement in writing, the Seller sends an Amendment to the Buyer and states that the Contract will terminate within 48 hours if the Buyer does not sign the Amendment.  Can the Seller terminate the Contract if the Buyer does not accept the Amendment?
 

No.  Proposing an Amendment to a Contract does not give either party a unilateral right to terminate an existing Contract.  The Contract is only changed after the parties sign the Amendment signifying their agreement.  Without a fully executed Amendment, the original Contract remains in effect as written.  Of course, if the Buyer is within the option period and is not satisfied with the Seller’s response regarding repairs, the Buyer could exercise their right to terminate the contract.

 


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Tech Tip of the Week

Your KW Home Search App – Marketing for the “new and improved”

As most of you know, your personalized KW Home Search App will be having a huge update in the near future. VERY EXCITING!! We previously created a PowerPoint slideshow for you to customize and show at your open houses to encourage people to download your app now in order to get the updates when they are released. We now have created a flyer that you can personalize and use to promote your personalized Home Search App as well. This is a beautiful flyer created in PowerPoint for you to add your image, App Code, and contact information. Go to KWMetroNorthTech.com > Kelle and Command > KWDMN Resources to download the new customizable flyer. You will find the customizable PowerPoint Video in this location as well.

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Having more people download your app now will help you build a mote around your business!

We do not have a release date for the fabulous updates, however we do know that Google Employees are testing the new version of the app to be sure it is a fabulous product at the time of release.


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What’s Going on in Your Market Center?

Monday thru Friday

IGNITE FLYER Date

Monday

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Tuesday

Partner Meeting – ALL AGENTS WELCOME!

11:15-12:45

Come and see what’s going on in our Market Center as well as in the world of Real Estate!

*Lunch is provided

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Also Tuesday

LAO Class

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Wednesday

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Sunday, June 16th

2:00 – 4:00 ~ Paint the Town RED

Monday, June 17th

9:00 – 12:00 ~ flameIGNITE: Negotiate the Deal

12:00 – 1:00 ~ Plug In & Pig Out Tech Monday ~ Tammy Bunk

2:30 – 3:30 ~ KWDMN Book Club ~ Mike Tobin

Tuesday, June 18th

8:45 – 10:00 ~ Breakfast & Tour New Listings ~ Bob Erwin

9:00 – 12:00 ~ flameIGNITE: Workshop-Hands On and Practical Exercises

11:15 – 12:45 ~ Partners Agent Meeting

11:15 – 12:45 ~ Agent One Updates ~ Lawyer’s Title

6:00-7:30 ~ Career Night

Wednesday, June 19th

9:00 – 12:00 ~ flameIGNITE: Close the Deal

1:00 – 3:00 ~ Lead Generation Series-36:12:3 ~ Mike Pray

Thursday, June 20th

BOLD 2.0 NORTH Flower Mound

9:00 – 11:00 ~ flameIGNITE: Workshop-Hands On and Practical Exercises

11:30 – 1:00 ~ Command Series ~ Tammy Bunk

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.

Friday, June 21st

9:00-12:00 ~ flameIGNITE: Blast Off & Graduation Luncheon

Daily Livestream Events ~ Livestream Links

Monday, June 17 – Friday, June 21

9:30-10:30

11:00-12:00

1:00-2:00

3:00-4:00


Save the Dates!

Reserve your spots here:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/kwdmn-family-picnic-tickets-62027082674

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Lois Lyles

Amy Pickard

Ashley Hart

Edith Miranda

Marie Siebert

Traci Frazier

Christi Whited

Jennifer Kelly

Angie Heidingsfield

Diane Ball

Robert Alcorn

Rebecca Ross

Tracy McDermott

 


 

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CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR NEWEST CAPPERS!

Arcey Farokhirad

Rachel Moussa

 

 


 

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Rosemary’s Rubies June 7, 2019

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June is National Safety Month.
 
The warm weather, outdoor activities and family fun are plentiful this time of year. Unfortunately, so are the opportunities for sunburns, heat rashes, bug bites, water dangers and many more summer activity hazards. Here are five summer safety tips that you can share with your sphere and clients from HuffPost.  

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1. Avoid sunburns like the plague

According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, getting one blistering sunburn when you are a kid doubles your chances of developing melanoma. It goes without saying the best way to avoid a sunburn is to avoid the sun, but during the warm summer months that is near impossible, so always apply at least an SPF 15 sunscreen to exposed skin 30 minutes before exposure. Also, whenever possible, try to provide shade for your child in the form of umbrellas, loose clothing, long sleeves, light pants and wide-brimmed hats. For children under 6 months old, consult a physician before using any sunscreen.  If sunburn occurs and your child starts to feel ill, consult your pediatrician — seek immediate medical attention if your little one’s temperature reaches 105 F.

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 2. Swim Smart  

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 800 children drown every year. That number is scary and beyond heartbreaking. For that reason, when around any body of water with young children and poor swimmers, stay within arm’s reach.

Here are a few top tips from the Red Cross on pool/water safety:

Always swim with a buddy; do not allow anyone to swim alone.

Do not trust a child’s life to another child.

Have young children or inexperienced swimmers wear U.S. Coast Guard-approved life jackets around water, but do not rely on life jackets alone.

Establish rules for your family and enforce them without fail.

Safety covers and pool alarms should be added as additional layers of protection.

Teach children to always ask permission to go near water.

If you are around water and your child is missing ALWAYS check the water first.
Seconds count!

Secondary drowning occurs after a child has struggled in the water. It is rare and accounts for only 1-2% of drowning cases, but still be aware that if your child has struggled in the water and swallowed water as a result, secondary drowning is possible. Look for these warning signs:

Trouble Breathing, chest pain, or cough

Sudden change in behavior

Extreme Fatigue

The bottom line is that you know your child, after a near drowning incident or long day of swimming, be aware of any sudden changes from the norm.
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3. Stay Away From Stings and Bites

With warm weather comes evil, pesky bugs. Unfortunately, bright colors and floral prints (summer colors!) attract bees and wasps, as do those sweet sticky faces and hands. If you are going to a park or area that you know will have a high concentration of bugs, bees and wasps, stick to clothing with muted light, solid colors.

If your child is stung, don’t pull out the stinger with fingers or tweezers. Scrape gently with a credit card to push the stinger out in the direction in which it entered. Once the stinger is out, make a paste out of baking soda and water, or a 0.5 percent hydrocortisone cream can provide relief.

As for insect repellents… DEET can be toxic! Repellents with 10 to 30 percent concentrations of DEET can be used on exposed skin, clothing and shoes, but do not apply it to little faces or hands. If you want to avoid DEET, the CDC recommends repellents that are made up with picaridin or oil of lemon eucalyptus, both are non-toxic and work just as well as formulas with low levels of DEET.  The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the CDC recommend that for children older than 2 months of age, use 10% to 30% DEET. DEET should never be used on children younger than 2 months of age.

Combination sunscreen/insect repellent products should be avoided because sunscreen needs to be reapplied every two hours, but the insect repellent should not be reapplied.

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4. Overheating/dehydration/and heat rashes 

The key to avoiding overheating is to stay hydrated. Never wait for your child to tell you he is thirsty. According to the AAP, your child is already dehydrated when he asks for something to drink, so offer lots of fluids both before going outside, and once your child is outside playing.

Hot, humid weather can lead to blocked sweat glands that lead to nasty rashes in the folds of your child’s skin. If this occurs, place your child in a cool, soapless bath. Dry him completely then apply cornstarch powder to the rash, and avoid unnecessary clothing. The rash should clear up in two to three days.

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5. DO NOT LEAVE YOUR CHILD UNATTENDED IN THE CAR FOR A MINUTE! 

Next time you are alone in your car, turn it off and count to 60. Within one minute your car can increase by ten degrees. Under no circumstance should your child be left in a car.

Even the very best parents and caregivers have been known to forget about a sleeping child in the backseat. A good rule of thumb is to keep a small stuffed animal in the car and every time you get in, place the small stuffed animal in your lap to remind you that your child is in the car. Or place your purse/laptop bag in the backseat with your child, so you have to get in the backseat before leaving your car. This is especially useful in the mornings. This may save your child’s life.


Welcome Glad You're Here

Jasmine Kaur
Sponsor:  Venus Mendoza

Jayson Owen
Sponsor: Jessica Gregory


Light Bulb Agent Tips

Agent Tip of the Week!

Do I have to report my client’s sales price to the MLS?
Yes. There is a common misconception that Texas’s status as a “non-disclosure” state means that a listing broker does not have to disclose sales data to the respective MLS.  A “non-disclosure” states means that the state government, including local appraisal districts, cannot force anyone to provide the sales price to it.
The requirement to disclose the sales price stems from MLS rules. MLS rules state that sales of listed property, including sales prices, shall be reported promptly to the MLS by listing brokers. Accordingly, the Residential Real Estate Listing Agreement Exclusive Right to Sell (TAR-1101) includes a notice in Paragraph 6(A) that goes over this requirement so that the client is aware of their broker’s obligations.

What’s Going on in Your Market Center?

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Monday

C O R E  MENTORSHIP ORIENTATION

(Creating Outstanding RealtorsTrademark Circle R Symbol For Excellence)

6/10/19 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.

Cinda Knight, Productivity Coach, facilitates this class and program.  If you have questions about the CORE program, Cinda’s email is cinda@kw.com.

If you want to build your profit share tree, this is also an excellent recruiting tool for you so come & check it out!


Tuesday

ALC MEETING

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12:00-1:30

Come and See What Topics our Leaders Discuss for our Market Center!

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Wednesday

BOLD 2.0

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR FREE FIRST STEP TO BOLD

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Seats are limited so sign up now!


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Thursday

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Friday

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Training And Events This Week!

Monday, June 10

9:00–12:00 ~ flameIGNITE: Win the Buyer

1:00–2:15 ~ CORE Orientation ~ Stacey Reynolds

3:00 – 4:30 ~ Tech Essentials ~ Tammy Bunk

Tuesday, June 11

8:45–10:00 ~ Breakfast & Tour New Listings ~ Bob Erwin

9:00 – 10:00 ~ flameIGNITE: Premier Nationwide Listing

10:00 – 12:00 ~ flameIGNITE: Workshop-Hands On and Practical Exercises

12:00-1:30 ~ ALC Meeting

1:00 – 2:30 ~ CORE Level 1 ~ Stacey Reynolds

2:00 – 2:30 ~ Step 2 Success with Premier Nationwide Listing

6:00-7:30 ~ Career Night

7:30 – 8:30 ~ Core Webinar ~ Stacey Reynolds
 

Wednesday, June 12th

8:30 – 3:00 BOLD 2.0

9:00 – 12:00 ~ flameIGNITE: Find & Show Homes

9:00-5:00 ~ ®Leverage Series – Success Through Others (Location: Grapevine)

1:00-3:00 ~ Lead Generation Series-36:12:3 ~ Mike Pray

Thursday, June 13th

9:00-12:00 ~ flameIGNITE: Workshop-Hands On and Practical Exercises

11:30-12:30 ~ Free Money, Who Wants to Learn How ~ Berek McEwen

11:30-12:30 ~ Core Level 2 ~ Stacey Reynolds

11:30-1:00 ~ Command Series ~ Tammy Bunk

1:00-2:30 ~ Basic Computer Skills 101 ~ Lawyers Title

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.

Friday, June 14th

9:00-12:00 ~ flameIGNITE: Make and Receive Offers

12:00-1:00 ~ Google Training


Daily Livestream Events ~ Livestream Links

Monday, June 10 – Friday, June 14

9:30-10:30

11:00-12:00

1:00-2:00

3:00-4:00


Save the Dates!

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Tech P & P Google Business page


LAO Class


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Angela Wilbur

Ben Howard

Ed Serrano

Charyl Szydloski

Janice Goetz

Niranjala Mayadunne

Markette Plummer

Edith Durm

Linda Jeffery

Lorre Faszholz


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Congratulations To Our Newest Cappers!

Cerelle Kuecker

Michelle Dodson

Mave Hiegel

Janice James

Jill Hughes

Carrie Alexander

Arwi Luong

Catlin Golding