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A to Z of investment basics course

Todd Clarke @ October 1, 2014 # Comments Off on A to Z of investment basics course

To be held at GAAR offices on Thursday, October 2nd, 2014 Spreadsheet tools: DTC-IRR-Model-v15-comm-blank-Citadelapartments DTC-IRR-Model-v15-comm-FilledOutSampleDeal

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This is the kind of person I want looking after my states finances…

Todd Clarke @ January 22, 2013 # Comments Off on This is the kind of person I want looking after my states finances…

Yesterday’s Wall Street Journal reported that Susan Combs, Treasurer for the State of Texas is pushing for new legislation that would require local governments to add up their total debt obligations and disclose it to their constituents, the tax payer. GREAT IDEA SUSAN! Her office has also signed the light on Texas with a “Texas […]

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RANM fall conference

Todd Clarke @ July 10, 2012 # Comments Off on RANM fall conference

RANM’s annual fall conference has a commercial focus this year – more details here.

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Course: Advanced Excel Wizardry – 4 training hours

Todd Clarke @ June 10, 2012 # Comments Off on Course: Advanced Excel Wizardry – 4 training hours

Whether you are a beginning or advanced Excel user, this course will demonstrate how you can be more efficient, productive and improve your presentations. Topics covered in the course include: – Formatting – Making stunning custom graphs – Key formulas – Database normalization – Using Pivot Tables – Using Goal seek to find the solution […]

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Course: Ethical use of Social Networking and today’s latest technology

Todd Clarke @ June 10, 2012 # Comments Off on Course: Ethical use of Social Networking and today’s latest technology

This day long course covers the ins/outs of navigating the social networking minefield as well as the latest in technology and how to use it to make you more efficient in your daily work. Learn how to: – Develop a social networking policy for you and your agents – Determine which social networking tools will […]

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Aerotropolis interview now available on video

Todd Clarke @ December 12, 2011 # Comments Off on Aerotropolis interview now available on video

CCIM has just released the video interview with Greg Lindsay, author of Aerotropolis: The way we will live next from the CCIM Live 2011 conference held in Phoenix last month. Earlier this year I wrote my review of this fabulous book which can be read here. Greg’s powerpoint webinar from August 2011 is available at […]

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CCIM announces new technology and social networking course

Todd Clarke @ January 29, 2011 # Comments Off on CCIM announces new technology and social networking course

Technology and Social Networking Tools for Today’s Real Estate Professional This 1-day course, taught by Todd Clarke, CCIM, teaches how to implement the latest technology and social networking tools into a real estate professional’s day-to-day business and add value to clients. Participants will review the latest hardware available, including smart phones, iPads and netbooks, and […]

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Filing a claim of refund for 2010 property taxes

Todd Clarke @ December 28, 2010 # Comments Off on Filing a claim of refund for 2010 property taxes

After many months of strategizing, negotiating, researching, and putting together our cases for our client’s, Cantera Consultants & Advisors Inc. recently settled all of its cases on the controversial apartment property tax lightning cases for 2010 (click here to read the summary). In a recent (and copyrighted) Albuquerque Journal article, The Bernalillo County Assessor has […]

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Course: Understanding NM’s Property Tax System

Todd Clarke @ June 10, 2010 # Comments Off on Course: Understanding NM’s Property Tax System

Did you know at one time in NM’s history, your political affiliation impacted the amount of your property tax bill? Are you confused by Tax Lightening? Uncertain as to what surprises next year’s property tax bill will hold? Do you want to understand why it is “fair” for two similar properties to have different assessed […]

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