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    Networking #LikeaBoss  

    Not everyone has the natural ability to put strangers at ease and form easy relationships. But with a few tips, you can harness the power of networking and better utilize those moments where you have the chance to make a greater connectiion.

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    Successfully Hosting a Unique Tenant Event

    Hosting events for your tenants can give added value, create a sense of community, and make them feel appreciated. But how do you bring your tenant events to the next level? How can you make them successfully unique?

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    Working With Recruiters in the New Year

    If you’ve never worked with a recruiter, it can be somewhat of a mystery as to how they assist with job searches. Here are a few things you can do to make yourself more desirable to a recruiter, and therefore their client.

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    The Secret Career in Real Estate You Didn’t Know You Wanted

    When people hear real estate, they assume you’re selling homes, buying up big developments or leasing apartments. But what about the real estate professionals that don't do any of that? What about property management?

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    What Commercial Real Estate Leaders can Learn From NASA's "Monday Notes"

    Lessons learned from NASA leader can help you with "out of this world" team results.

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    Go For the Goal with IREM Support

    Houston IREM members are annually awarded over $15,000 in funds toward Commercial Real Estate Management classes that focus on the critical needs of a successful property manager.

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    Who is AMLO?

    Are you aware of the massive political shift that occurred with the United States’ third-largest trading partner on July 1st? Mexico elected its next President and we're wondering, what change will come with this big shift in political power?

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    Achieving a Houston Without Homelessness – It Can Be Done (Part 2)

    Most people think of homelessness as a man on the street corner holding a sign or a person sleeping under an overpass. They don’t usually think of a child. Yet families with children represent the fastest growing homeless population in our country.

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    Achieving a Houston Without Homelessness – It Can Be Done (Part 1)

    Over the course of a year, 36,000 men, women and children in our community will experience homelessness. For many individuals and families, they’re living paycheck to paycheck, and one unfortunate event pushes them over the brink and into homelessness.

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    Why You Should Care About Net Neutrality

    News stories have been invading TV screens about net neutrality since November of 2017, and coverage has recently regained stream with the roll back of this legislation. How will this change affect professional real estate managers?

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