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Many of us have been fortunate to witness kindnesses and the good works of others as we have sorted out how to manage our lives in this COVID-19 season.

Heather Jordan Receives Accredited Residential Manager Certification

Curry Real Estate Services is excited to announced that Heather Jordan, property manager in Curry’s multi-family division, recently earned the Institute of Real Estate Management’s (IREM) Accredited Residential Manager (ARM) certification.

What it Means to be #EachforEqual

March 8 marks International Women’s Day, a day to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. This day focuses attention on the future in creating a more gender-equal world that enables more women to lead and succeed. Fittingly, that’s the theme of International Women’s Day 2020: #EachforEqual.

Curry Celebrates Chiefs Super Bowl Win

You could say Curry Real Estate Services has had a lot to celebrate over the last month. Mike Sweeney was inducted into the Midwest Real Estate News Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame, Nikki Adkins received her CPM® (Certified Property Manager) pinning and Heather Jordan received her ARM® (Accredited Residential Manager) pinning. Oh yeah, and the Kansas City Chiefs won the Super Bowl for the first time in 50 years.

Mike Sweeney Makes Midwest Real Estate News

We are honored to announce that Mike Sweeney, senior vice president of commercial real estate at Curry Real Estate Services, was inducted into the Midwest Real Estate News 2019 Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame

Networking Tips for the New Year

Let’s talk New Year’s resolutions. If learning how to network isn’t on your 2020 list, it should be! Networking successfully can be challenging, leading to awkward conversations and low payoff. But done correctly, networking can introduce you to new opportunities and be the start of strong professional or personal relationships. Keep reading and we’ll show you how to stop going to networking events just to pass out your business card, and how to start networking to get the results you want.

Curry Real Estate Services Volunteers to Feed the Need

Did you know that one in eight people in our region are food insecure?

That means they may have food now but don’t know if they’ll have it, or enough of it, in the future. Hunger affects every type of community – rural, suburban and urban, every age group and is a year-round problem. Its impact is grave. Without nutritious food, children can’t succeed in school, families don’t thrive and seniors can’t live a healthy life. Hunger contributes to poor health, decreased productivity and increased medical costs and can force families to choose between food and other necessities like utilities or transportation. 

Three Steps to Right-Size Community Involvement for Your Organization

I hope you’re proud of yourself for the times you’ve said ‘yes,’ when all it meant was extra work for you and was seemingly helpful only to somebody else.”  – Fred Rogers Fred Rogers set a pretty high standard when it comes to being a good neighbor – always other

Kansas City, Missouri City Manager Troy Schulte, center in suit, led part of a Northland Leadership 2.0 class

More than 600 people have graduated from the Northland Regional Chamber of Commerce’s (NRCC) Leadership Northland program since it launched in 1994. They have gone on to serve on countless non-profit boards and committees, schools boards, county commissions, even state legislatures throughout the state and beyond. In 2019, chamber board chair Darren Hennen thought, “We need to do more.

The Top Three Things the International Real Estate Community are Talking About

What do improv, Excel spreadsheets and workplace violence have in common? These were just a few of the nearly 20 hours of education sessions presented at the 2019 IREM Global Summit in San Francisco. Curry’s Mike Long, senior vice president, currently serves on the organization’s International Membership and Credentialing committee and attended the event.

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