OUR BELIEF: When you win, WE WIN!
When we as individuals need to prove who we are and who can sign, it is as easy as showing a drivers license or passport, also known as a government issued ID. When it comes to working with an entity there are some additional requirements that are requested in order to verify who can sign on behalf of the organization.
We hear it time and time again, “Knowledge is Power,” and I say maybe. Or is it, knowledge helps us make our transactions smoother and allows us to be more proactive, confident, and to better serve our clients.
At TTG we know title, and have the resources all around us to make us shine! Lean on us anytime, whether we are on the transaction or not!
Support Team USA
Let us rally around our men & women competing oversees that represent our country! May we be reminded of their dedication and hard work, and all that it takes to be a champion. May it inspire us in all we do both personal and professional.
Maybe look to these athletes with adoration, and cheer them on and come together!
Hard work pays off!
It is important for us to be in the know and have knowledge as to what is happening around us! Are you in the know or are you living in a world of complacency!
Friday June 24th, 2016
11200 Baseline Road
Rancho Cucamonga, Ca 91730
What are the top things you can do to protect yourself and your clients? Do you know?
Keep it light
Don’t be too public
Open house safety
Sturdy doors are key to home safety
Block identity theft
Keep track of colleagues
Wear your REALTOR® ID
Bring up the rear
Pick up some self-defense skills
You take the wheel
Shield your computer from e-mail viruses
Got cell service, everywhere?
Video from CAR on Realtor Safety!
Empire Lakes : To Bulldoze or Not to Bulldoze? That is the question
Bill recently joined the Lewis Companies as Vice President and Project Manager for the proposed Empire Lakes redevelopment. Bill grew up in Ontario and went to local schools including Chaffey High School and Cal Poly Pomona where he majored in Business and Accounting.
In other areas Bill was engaged by the United States Department of the Navy to provide budgetary and financial oversight on the Navy’s Public Private Housing Partnerships totaling over 25,000 units of Navy and Marine family housing across the country.
He is married to his wife Beverly and they have two grown daughters. He and his wife presently live in Escondido.