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Rosemary’s Rubies June 23rd, 2017

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Fantastic Friday and Welcome to Rosemary’s Rubies! 

Is everyone enjoying their first official week of Summer 2017?  The temperatures have begun to cool down due to the tropical depression.  Hopefully we will have some heat relief over the weekend despite possible rain showers.  Everyone get their umbrellas and rain boots ready!  

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Has everyone seen our new KW Mission Statement?  Anne shared it at our Partner Meeting this week and it should be shared by all so please check it out below!

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I personally love the latter “LEGACIES worth leaving” and hope this gives everyone something to consider…why have you chosen real estate and Keller Williams?

 


 

Welcome Glad You're Here

 

Michael Corso

Sponsored By: Anna McKissack 

Ryan Williams 

Sponsored By: Matt Dill

Lisette Simon

Sponsored By: Gina Mullen

Alison Ausmus

Sponsored By: Billy Phelps (Plano) 

Kathy Knox

Sponsored By: Theresa Schwartz

 


 

Light Bulb Agent Tips

Agent Tip Of The Week! 

Top 5 Things You Need to Know About the REALTOR® Trademarks

 

How much do you know about the REALTOR® trademarks and how to use them correctly?

Here are five key facts.

1. REALTOR® = Member of NAR

A REALTOR® is a member of the National Association of REALTORS®. The term REALTOR® should never be used as a substitute for “real estate agent.”

The REALTOR® trademarks include:

  • REALTOR®
  • REALTORS®
  • REALTOR-ASSOCIATE®
  • the REALTOR® block “R” logo

The REALTOR® marks let people know that you are more than just a real estate practitioner: you adhere to a strict Code of Ethics that protects clients, the public, and other real estate agents.

The term REALTOR® is not only a trademark owned by NAR and protected by federal law, it’s a valuable membership benefit that distinguishes members from other real estate licensees.

2. Members can use the REALTOR® trademarks, with limitations

Members may use the REALTOR® marks only in the context of identifying themselves as members of NAR. To maintain the value of the marks, it’s important that they be recognized by the public as identifiers of NAR members, and never used generically to denote a vocation or a business.

Members are licensed to use the marks only in connection with their real estate business and in connection with the place of business with which their membership is associated.

3. Non-members may not use the REALTOR® marks

Non-members are never allowed to use the REALTOR® trademarks in reference to or in connection with their businesses or themselves.

Certain nominal uses of the marks are permissible. For example, newspapers, magazines, or radio or television programs may use the marks to accurately identify an individual as a member of NAR or in reference to a Member Board.

4. Design standards for REALTOR® marks must be followed

The preferred form of the term is REALTOR®—in all caps, and using the registered trademark symbol. If using the symbol isn’t possible, then the next best form is in all caps: REALTOR.

The REALTOR® block ‘R’ logo consists of a letter R set in FuturaTypeface on a sharply contrasting rectangular background to form a block “R” with the term REALTOR® centered underneath. The rectangular block and the term REALTOR® centered under that block must be the same contrasting color. View additional design standards hereunnamed

5. The REALTOR® marks can be used on the internet and in marketing

In usernames, members are allowed to use the REALTOR® marks only to indicate membership in NAR by using the marks with a member’s name or with the legal name of a member broker’s real estate business.

In usernames, email addresses, and domain names, the REALTOR® marks do not need to be separated from a member’s name or real estate business name with punctuation, as they do elsewhere.

The marks may be used on merchandise such as T-shirts and ball caps, as long as the item includes the member’s name or firm name. 

 


What’s Going on in Your Market Center This Week? 

 

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More Training Events This Week! 

Monday, June 26th 2017 ~ 10:00-12:00 ~ One-on-One Mentoring with ALC* ~ Lori Lesnansky, Missy Phipps, Stephanie Carter 

* Stop by Stephanie & Missy’s office door to sign up for a slot! 

Tuesday, June 27th 2017 ~ 1:00-2:00 ~ Understanding Thermal Imaging ~ A-Action Realty Inspection Services

Thursday, June 29th 2017 ~ 9:00-12:00 ~ Tech and New Agent Orientation* ~ Sarah Bordelon and Rosemary Croney

*Join Sarah and Rosemary for tech tips and an overview of Policies & Procedures.  Not just for new agents.

Thursday, June 29th 2017 ~ 12:00-1:00 ~ Megatel Homes on the Riverwalk* ~ Tom Calvaneso 

*Located at the Flower Mound Riverwalk

Thursday, June 29th 2017 ~ 1:00-2:00 ~ Lease Workshop ~ Anne Lakusta 

ALWAYS CHECK THE INTRANET CALENDAR FOR LAST MINUTE CHANGES! 

 


 

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Check Out This Week’s Treasure Chest! 

 

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Located at the Front Desk! 

 


 

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Congratulations to Our Newest Capper! 

 

Juli Gesino

 


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Whitney Schwoyer

Martin Weight

AK Lalani

Cherie Hulse 

 

What’s The GOOD News?

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June 20, 2017

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Toyota Plano – Starting May 15, 2017, the first wave of Toyota employees — mostly in facilities and information systems management — began working in the new 2 million square foot North American headquarters in Plano.  By December 11, 2017, about 4,000 Toyota employees will work in the 100-acre development.   The company plans to move in employees in waves of about 250, with a peak of about 350 during the summer. Construction is expected to officially end in October and the project is reported to have remained on schedule.

Forbes1Forbes 2017 Global 2000 List – The Forbes 2017 Global 2000 list of the world’s largest public companies was released in late May.  The list features public companies from 58 countries that together account for $35.3 trillion in revenue, $2.5 trillion in profit, $169.1 trillion of assets, and have a combined market value of $48.8 trillion. All four metrics are up from the 2016 ranking, with market capitalization up 10% from last year. Industrial & Commercial Bank of China and China Construction Bank are the #1 and #2 largest public companies in the world, with the top five rounded out by three American financial institutions: Berkshire Hathaway, JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo.

AT&T has leapfrogged Exxon Mobil in Forbes’ 2017 Global 2000 list, taking over the perch as the largest public company in Texas.  The Dallas telecom giant moved up a spot to 11th in this year’s edition of the rankings, with Exxon dropping down to 13th from 9th in 2016.  Japanese automaker Toyota Motor comes in at the 10th spot on the list. Round Forbes4Rock-based Dell Technologies Inc. landed at No. 608 overall and No. 14 in Texas on Forbes’ list.  Dell has been privately owned since a 2013 buyout led by CEO and founder Michael Dell, but it has a tracking stock listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker “DVMT.”  Overall, the U.S. earns 565 of the top 2,000 spots, with China grabbing 263 and Japan taking 229.   The three countries account for more than half the list.

 DFW1DFW International Airport – More than 18 million passengers are expected to travel through Dallas Fort Worth International Airport during the 2017 summer travel period — a projected increase of 3.5% over last year.   More than 65 million customers pass through DFW Airport every year, making it one of the most frequently visited super hub airports in the world. The airlines serving the DFW offer a total of 163 domestic and 55 international nonstop destinations worldwide, including new DFW2nonstop routes to Rome and Amsterdam.  DFW Airport plans to spend $400 million on infrastructure, including an August 2017 start date for a new north entry cellphone lot, a better baggage handling system at Terminal B, passenger boarding bridges and more employee parking over the next few years.

TreeHouse – Home improvement retailer TreeHouse, which opened in TreeHouse4Dallas Friday June 2nd, is the world’s first retail store to produce more energy than it uses. A Tesla power pack battery wall stores harvested solar energy to redistribute when needed, and to put excess back into the grid. All of its plants are native species and watered from harvested rainwater. The store uses daylight as much as possible, and cools by using Big Ass fans.

The Austin-based home improvement store sells products that fall into 3 categories: Performance – meaning energy efficient merchandise,EKO_symbol_cmyk windows, roofing, insulation; Design including paint, flooring, cabinetry, lighting; Landscaping including decking, irrigation, gardening.  Many products come from recycled materials, are free of toxins, are more sustainable or integrate automation for ease.  Inside the store, customers will also experience a live kitchen with local chefs demonstrating smart-home appliances, and two to three classes each week on topics like native landscaping.  The location is at the northeast corner of Interstate 75 & Walnut Hill Lane. The store will span 25,000 square foot, including 5,000 to 10,000 square feet for an outdoor landscaping section.  TreeHouse has also announced it will open a second North Texas location this fall at the corner of Preston Road and Park Boulevard in Plano, adjacent to a Whole Foods.

EpicWaters1New Epic Waters Waterpark – A new Dallas-Fort Worth Waterpark is set to make an EPIC Splash! The city of Grand Prairie announces their new $75M recreational facility that is slated to open in November of this year.  Epic Waters indoor waterpark is an indoor-outdoor venue with a retractable roof that’s open year round.

EpicWaters3The park will have nine water slides, including an outdoor wave pool, a lazy river, an activity pool, a children’s area, and an arcade. There will be cabanas, a full-service grill/bar, and private party/meeting areas, both indoor and outdoor. It’s part of The Epic recreation center, which will feature fitness equipment, indoor tracks, a digital library, and recording studio. The complex will also have a 5,000-seat amphitheater, and more than two miles of trails. Epic is the final phase of the 172 acre Grand Central recreational development.

Information provided by Keller Williams Dallas Metro North. Call us today for assistance with your real estate needs!

There’s Music in the Air!!!

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Listening to live music under our beautiful evening skies is a favorite family activity in North Texas. Pack up your lawn chair and make plans to enjoy these ongoing summer outdoor concerts:

Denton: Twilight Tunes, award-winning concert series presented by Denton Main Street Association at Denton County Courthouse-on-the-Square Lawn, 110 W. Hickory Street starting April 21st from 6:30 p.m. until 8 p.m. and will run every Thursday evening through June 30th.  Admission is Free Denton Twilight Tunes

Music4Flower Mound: June 2-30 (every Friday in June) – Lakeside Music Series from 7 to 9 p.m. at The Shops at Lakeside DFW, 2314 Lakeside Parkway. See schedule at LakesideDFW.com

Highland Village: Sounds of Summer Concert Series each Thursday in June from 7-9 p.m. at The Shops at Highland Village in The Patio Courtyard between Blue Goose and Rockfish Seafood. HV Sounds of Summer Concert Series 972-317-7500

Music3Lewisville: June 6-July 25 (every Tuesday in June and July) – Lewisville Summer Outdoor Concert Series at 7 p.m. at Wayne Ferguson Plaza, 150 W. Church Street in Old Town Lewisville. Free event. Lewisville Sounds of Lewisville

Roanoke: Evenings on Oak Street Concert series at Austin Street Plaza, 221 N. Oak St., Roanoke on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month from March through October. 817-491-2411 or Roanoke Evenings on Oak Street

Information provided by Keller Williams Dallas Metro North, via The Cross Timbers Gazette – Community Calendar. See more fun area activities here.

Rosemary’s Rubies June 16th, 2017

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Fantastic Friday and Welcome to Rosemary’s Rubies! 

I hope everyone is staying cool and hydrated today.  Heed to the heat advisory alerts and please stay healthy and safe.  Mark your calendars for the first official day of Summer on Wednesday, July 21st.  Inline image 3
 
It is Father’s Day and Paint the Town Red weekend!  I hope all of our hard working KW fathers will enjoy their special day and take some time to enjoy what makes them happy.  Here are some special discounts for fathers and why not share this with your clients and data base:
 
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Please don’t forget to stop by Open Houses this weekend!
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Welcome Glad You're Here

Susan Swearingin

Sponsor: Eric Lamay (KW Arlington) 

 


 

 

Light Bulb Agent Tips

Agent Tip of the Week!

 

When do I have to deposit the earnest money with the escrow agent named in the executed contract?

Any trust money, i.e. client’s money, earnest money, or any money held on behalf of another person, received by a salesperson must be immediately delivered to the escrow agent. Unless a different time to deposit trust money is expressly agreed upon in writing by the principals to the transaction, any trust money received by the broker/agent must be deposited in a trust account or delivered to an authorized escrow agent within a reasonable time, which the Commission has determined to be not later than the close of business of the second working day after the date the broker/agent receives the trust money. (TREC Rule 535.146)
 
The key words are “received” and “receives”!  
 
If you have the buyer’s earnest money check, you should deposit it as soon as possible (no later than the close of business of the second working day after you receive it) to ensure that your buyer is not found to be in default for failure to deposit the earnest money in a timely manner. Buyer(s) who wants to deposit the earnest money themselves should remember Paragraph 5 of TREC contracts, which provides that the buyer shall deposit the earnest money upon execution of the contract. The deposit of earnest money is a buyer obligation once the contract is effective. Like most performance obligations in the contract, time is not “of the essence.” Therefore, the buyer has a reasonable amount of time after the contract is executed by all parties to deposit the earnest money. “Reasonable time” depends upon the circumstances and could be decided in court if there were a dispute over it.  (TAR Legal FAQs for REALTORS® — Contracts and Forms Earnest Money)

What’s Going On In Your Market Center This Week?

This Monday! 

C O R E

(Creating Outstanding RealtorsTrademark Circle R Symbol For Excellence)

6/19/2017 at 3:30 in Training Room B

*NIGHT CLASSES 6/20/2017 at 5 pm and 6 pm in Training Room B*

 

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!

 

Partner Meeting This Tuesday! 

 

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FOR EVERY AGENT & STAFF

Please meet us in the upstairs Training Room from 11:15 AM – 1:00 PM on June 20th.

Lunch is provided!

 

Every Wednesday! 

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More Training Events This Week!

Wednesday, June 21st 2017 ~ 10:00-11:00 ~ Phase Inspections-New Construction ~ A-A Action Realty Inspection Services 

Wednesday, June 21st 2017 ~ 1:00-2:00 ~ Lunch ‘n’ Learn with Alpha Omega Insurance ~ Chase Adams 

Thursday, June 22nd 2017 ~ 9:00-12:00 ~ Tech and New Agent Orientation* ~ Sarah Bordelon and Rosemary Croney

*Join Sarah and Rosemary for tech tips and an overview of Policies & Procedures.  Not just for new agents.

Thursday, June 22nd 2017 ~ 1:00-2:30 ~ Contract Workshop ~ Anne Lakusta 

Thursday, June 22nd 2017 ~ 1:30-3:00 ~ Michael Lewis Marketing Suite Workshop ~ Sarah Bordelon

 

ALWAYS CHECK THE INTRANET CALENDAR FOR LAST MINUTE CHANGES! 

 


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Check Out This Week’s Treasure Chest! 

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CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR NEWEST CAPPERS!

Jim Trump

Sarah Meisenheimer

Stacey Reynolds

Billy Reynolds

 


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Christi Nyquist Whited

Jennifer Kelly 

Denise Molinaro

Tracy McDermott

Jennifer Lao

Cathy Krause

James Hobgood 

Wes Marth 

 

 

 

Attention Flower Mound Foodies!

 

chefLocal “Foodies” are all smiles about the new eating and dining trends coming our way!

The Market at Lakeside, 2500 Lakeside Parkway, Suite 100 – opening this month, The Market at Lakeside is an independent grocery store, run by local owners Billy and Talitha Ledet. The neighborhood store will feature quality, unique, fresh food and ingredients to satisfy your everyday eating, entertaining and special occasion needs. In addition to offering basic staples, The Market will offer a variety of healthy grocery items, fresh produce, baked goods and deli sandwiches, as well as an assortment of wines and local craft beers. The Ledets strongly support local farmers and producers because they believe in the community they live in and serve. Curbside pick-up and delivery will be offered; outdoor seating is available to meet your friends and enjoy a Saturday morning croissant!

coffeeTrio Craft Coffee, 2650 Flower Mound Road (NE corner of FM2499 and FM3040) – After Carlos and Susan Palacio, owners of Trio, moved their shop down the road into a beautiful, larger new space, they wanted to bring to the community high-quality food prepared by reputable chefs. Carlos always believed that his pursuit of intentional, ingredient-focused coffee products was a natural pairing with cooking; to that end, the Palacios hosted their inaugural pop-up dinner on May 11 for 22 lucky diners.

A pop-up dinner is a dining trend in which diners are given a chance to try something new – like a meal eaten entirely in the dark, or a meal made entirely of food scaps, or in the case of Trio Craft Coffee, a meal that features coffee as both an ingredient as well as a meal pairing.

Trio plans to repeat the experiential dining experience with another pop-up dinner planned for the Fall.

Read more about Trio’s inaugural pop-up dinner: Dallas Observer

It’s highly beneficial to have a professional, knowledgeable, local real estate agent by your side! Call Keller Williams Dallas Metro North today to find a qualified REALTOR® to assist you with your real estate needs. 

Keller Williams Dallas Metro North remains a strong presence in the Metroplex!

Newest data indicates that Keller Williams Dallas Metro North remains a strong presence in the Dallas/Fort Worth real estate market!

Slide1In May 2017, Area 41, Keller Williams Dallas Metro North (KW-DMN) closed more than twice as many units as the next closest brokerage firm.

Area 41 = the communities of Argyle, Bartonville, Copper Canyon, Corinth, Double Oak, Flower Mound, Hickory Creek, Highland Village, Lake Dallas, Lewisville, Shady Shores and parts of Hebron and Northlake.

 

Slide2Similarly, YTD 2017 data for Area 41 clearly demonstrates that Keller Williams Dallas Metro North (KW-DMN) closed more than double the units of their nearest competitor!

Area 41 = the communities of Argyle, Bartonville, Copper Canyon, Corinth, Double Oak, Flower Mound, Hickory Creek, Highland Village, Lake Dallas, Lewisville, Shady Shores and parts of Hebron and Northlake.

 

Slide3In May 2017, Keller Williams Dallas Metro North (KW-DMN) ranked 5th in closed units for the D/FW four-county area (Collin, Denton, Dallas and Tarrant Counties). Also notable – Keller Williams brokerage firms are a strong presence in the area, holding the top eight positions for closed units in the Metroplex!

 

slide4YTD 2017 figures indicate another strong showing by Keller Williams Dallas Metro North (KW-DMN), ranking 5th in the D/FW four-county area (Collin, Denton, Dallas and Tarrant Counties) for closed units. 8 of the top 10 Metroplex brokerage firms for Closed Unit Data belong to Keller Williams brokerage offices!

 

Slide5Keller Williams Dallas Metro North (DMN) improved to 5 fewer days on market for YTD 2017 when compared to 2016.

Furthermore, our listings are selling 16 days faster than the area MLS listings, an improvement over 2016 figures by 3 days!

Area 41 = the communities of Argyle, Bartonville, Copper Canyon, Corinth, Double Oak, Flower Mound, Hickory Creek, Highland Village, Lake Dallas, Lewisville, Shady Shores and parts of Hebron and Northlake.
It’s highly beneficial to have a professional, knowledgeable, local real estate agent by your side! Contact Keller Williams Dallas Metro North today for your real estate needs!

Rosemary’s Rubies June 9th, 2017

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Fantastic Friday and Welcome to Rosemary’s Rubies!

I am thrilled to introduce everyone to our newest staff member and officially welcome her to our market center.  Please welcome Michelle Peters-Hill as our Administrative Assistant.  Michelle will be working closely with Erin, Anne and Anna in a support role and you may see her on occasion working the front desk.  We are excited to add Michelle to our growing office so please say hello when you see her.  Here is a little about Michelle:
 
 

Michelle is from Oklahoma and attended Oklahoma State University.  After college she ran to Texas as fast as she could, where she met her husband Rob.  They have 5 children, Brittany, Wes, Blake, Josh and Bryce and one grandchild, Izzy.  They are members at the Village Church and enjoy working in the children’s ministry.

In her spare time, she works on her childrens shoe business that offers squeaky shoes and flip flops called Itzy Bitzy.  Prior to IB, she was in the fashion industry for over 25 years with Gadzooks Inc, then Consolidated Clothiers.

She loves all sports, gardening, anything outdoors, and traveling but being with friends and family is her all-time favorite.


 

Welcome Glad You're Here

Danny McElroy

Sponsored By: Susan Swearingin

Patrick Kocher

Sponsored By: Andre Kocher 

Alison Ausmus

Sponsored By: Billy Phelps (Plano)

James Dunn

Sponsored By: Dann Sandvig (Southlake) 

Stephanie Lindamood

Sponsored By:  Danny McElroy

 


 

Light Bulb Agent Tips

Agent Tip of the Week!

What should an inspector do when there are some present and visible indications of adverse performance in a foundation that otherwise seems to be supporting the load as intended?

Section 535.228(a) of the Texas Administrative Code (Foundations) requires an inspector to render a written opinion as to the performance of the foundation. Many inspectors understand this to mean one of two things; the foundation is either performing or it is not performing. But sometimes the inspector is unable to determine this with sufficient confidence.

Performance

In forming an opinion as to the performance of the foundation, the inspector should consider the definition of “Performance” according to Section 535.227(b)(8). Performance means “achievement of an operation, function or configuration relative to accepted industry standard practices with consideration of age and normal wear and tear from ordinary use.”

While all structures tend to move slightly, a residential foundation is expected to remain reasonably flat and leveled to provide acceptable performance. A foundation that is not performing as intended negatively affects the structural integrity of a building. As the inspector gains knowledge and experience, he or she is better able to understand the movement of a foundation and learns to identify more subtle indications that there may be a problem with the performance of the foundation.

Deficiency

The inspector must check the Deficient (D) box if a condition exists that adversely and materially affects the performance of a system or component or constitutes a hazard to life, limb or property as specified by the TREC Standards of Practice [See Section 535.227(b)(5), “Deficiency”].

The standards of practice do list a number of things that should be considered when rendering an opinion of performance: Section 535.228 (a)(1)(C) states that “the inspector shall generally report present and visible indications used to render the opinion of adverse performance, such as:  (i) binding, out-of-square, non-latching doors; (ii) framing or frieze board separations; (iii) sloping floors; (iv) window, wall, floor, or ceiling racks or separations; and (v) rotating, buckling, cracking, or deflecting masonry cladding.”

Whether the inspector ultimately determines that the foundation is performing, not performing, or that the inspector is unable to make a determination; in rendering his or her opinion, the inspector should always report any of the issues described in Section 535.228 (a)(1)(C), if they are present and visible. The client needs to be made aware that the inspector has identified possible indications of adverse performance. This information allows the client to make an educated decision whether to accept or reject the home in its present condition or whether to obtain a further evaluation.

 

 


What’s Going On In Your Market Center This Week?

 

This Monday!

C O R E

(Creating Outstanding RealtorsTrademark Circle R Symbol For Excellence)

6/12/17 at 3:30 PM Training Room B

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!

 

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More Training Events This Week!

 

Monday, June 12th 2017 ~ 8:30-12:00 ~ IGNITE BEGINS!

Monday, June 12th 2017 ~ 1:30-2:30 ~ Greensheets and Office Policies ~ Jeri McGuire

Monday, June 12th 2017 ~ 3:30-5:00~ CORE Orientation ~ Cinda Knight 

Tuesday, June 13th 2017 ~ 1:00-2:00~ CMA Workshop ~ Anne Lakusta 

Wednesday, June 14th 2017 ~ 10:00-11:00 ~ Profit Share Class ~ Anna McKissack

Wednesday, June 14th 2017 ~ 12:00-1:15 ~ ALC Meeting ~ Anne Lakusta 

Thursday, June 15th 2017 ~ 9:00-10:00 ~ Team Group Mastermind ~ Kimberly Windle

*Tech and New Agent Orientation will be cancelled for this week because Sarah will be out of town* 

 

ALWAYS CHECK THE INTRANET CALENDAR FOR LAST MINUTE CHANGES! 


 


Don’t forget to sign up for Paint the Town Red next Sunday June 18th! The signup sheet will be on our Facebook Page as well as at the Front Desk on Monday! 

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Check Out This Week’s Treasure Chest! 

 

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Congratulations to Our Newest Cappers!

 

Lisa Vesterman

Janice James

 


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Charyl Szydloski

Janice Goetz

AnnMarie Eidman

Sonia Halfmann

Linda Jeffery

Lorre Faszholz

Rebecca Hunt

Lois Lyles

Rebecca Windle

Marie Siebert

Christi Nyquist Whited