Monthly Archives: October 2010

NOLA Katrina & Beyond

Just this week a new museum exhibit opened at The Presbytere on Jackson Square -“Living with Hurricanes: Katrina & Beyond”, commemorating the 5 year anniversary of Katrina. I know NARdiGras schedules can be crazy but if you can find the time, … Continue reading

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Halloween In Utah

So Utah gets into Halloween… I mean really gets into it. I am fairly certain that we have more haunted houses, corn mazes, and pumpkin patches per capita than any other state. I’m not saying this to brag, just saying … Continue reading

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#NARdiGras is Going to be Great!

I just finished updating my schedule and making the tough choices of what sessions I will be attending. As usual the NAR Convention Staff has done an incredible job of putting together another amazing Annual Conference and Expo! There are … Continue reading

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When Planning and Zoning Run A Muck!

As many of you know I am a Realtor at Prudential Utah Elite Real Estate. Prudential’s logo for as long as I can remember has been the famous Rock of Gibraltar. I am embarrassed to say as a Geography major I didn’t … Continue reading

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Quick Fix vs Real Solutions

Recently my dad sent me another batch of junk e-mail. I get a kick out of how much stuff he sends out. I usually delete most, if not all, having had seen them all before. This time one of them … Continue reading

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Don’t miss any OPPORTUNITY to give a potential client a great EXPERIENCE!

I recently closed two separate transactions with buyers in which the seller, one a builder and the other a bank owned property (REO), forced my buyers to use their specific title companies. Let’s just call them 123 Title and ABC … Continue reading

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My Twitterverse

Every Friday you will find a whole lot of #FF tweets. That would be Follow Friday for those of you less fluent in Twitterese. Basically it’s people sharing/suggesting who you should be following. This prompted me to think about the … Continue reading

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Twitter is Misunderstood

I posed a question to my Facebook friends earlier this week. I was curious to know if they weren’t using Twitter, WHY? The responses were rather interesting to me. They ranged from the popular, “Facebook is enough for me” to … Continue reading

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I was invited this morning to come present some thoughts on leadership to the new leadership team at the Cache/Rich Association of REALTORS in Logan, Utah. I took a slightly different tact this time around and presented a couple of … Continue reading

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Pounding RPAC

As many of you know I will be serving as the 2011 President of the Utah County Association of REALTORS (UCAR). One of my key challenges this next year will be raising REALTOR Political Action Committee (RPAC) funds. These funds … Continue reading

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