By definition, the word strategy comes from military combat as having a plan of action to defeat an enemy. Today, we mostly know it as a plan to complete a goal. I recently received an article about a very successful former college baseball coach at California State Polytechnic University named John Scolinos. He clearly had
Suzanne Tinsley treated the group at Texas Secure Title Company in Hurst, Texas with a class on service, kindness and commitment. At the conclusion of the class, Lizzie Angle was selected by her leadership to receive the Red Kettle Award. Based upon the book “212 Degrees,” the Red Kettle Award is presented to a person who
Suzanne delivered a class to real estate agents on utilizing nonverbal communication to engage clients, establish trust and to detect deceit. This class is excellent for escrow professionals too! Give FNTI a call to discuss how we may help with your educational needs.
I was in Lubbock last week and while reading the city magazine, I came across a quote from local Restaurateur David Campisi, “Some people collect art. We like to collect relationships.” While we don’t sell veal parmesan or shrimp Alfredo in the title industry, the above quote rings just as true for us. We have
Q: Can a disabled veteran pay zero taxes on their homestead? A: Yes, the Texas Tax Code contains the following statute: Sec. 11.131. RESIDENCE HOMESTEAD OF 100 PERCENT OR TOTALLY DISABLED VETERAN. (a) In this section: (1) “Disabled veteran” has the meaning assigned by Section 11.22. (2) “Residence homestead” has the meaning assigned by Section
Relationships are a natural, intentional association between people built over time. The FNTI Florida Team of Jay Hansli, Audra Tyler, John Redding, and I visited a few offices of First International Title in Florida this past week at a “Lunch and Learn.” As I observed the conversations and interaction, I witnessed the importance and influence
Members of the Fort Worth, Texas real estate community were treated to a TREC CE class while peddling through the city. FNTI was proud to be the CE provider for this fun and unique event. Celebrating “May the 4th” with light sabers and Star Wars flair. Suzanne Tinsley and George Stablein catch their breath at
Suzanne Tinsley attended the “Hard Hats and High Heels” event recently in Fort Worth, Texas. On hand for the celebration were the new Fort Worth closing team, Texas Title management and local real estate professionals. Included in their upcoming office space is a large training room in which they plan on utilizing FNTI’s CE program