The “tech support” scam has been around for well over 10 years. Although the look and media have changed, the scam has fundamentally stayed the same. If you remember five to six years ago, fraudsters masked themselves as Apple® support. Technology progression (i.e., Voice over IP) makes thieves’ job easier as they can now spoof …Read more
“The devil is in the details,” or so they say. Today I want to explain a technique that serves absolutely no legitimate purpose other than a malicious one: double extension. In the Microsoft® Windows® world the file extension is critical as it indicates which program will open the file. For example, document.doc will be opened …Read more
Are you familiar with macro-enabled attachments? It’s a form of phishing and has some interesting attributes of which you should be aware of. If you ever receive an email with the introduction “Greeting, dearest customer,” you should delete the email immediately. The punctuation, poor grammar and lack of proper spacing instantly reveal it’s a crudely …Read more
The big brokers are making big news on a number of fronts ranging from expansion plans to technology plays. Here’s what you need to know about the big plans being formulated by the big guys: Compass Real Estate will be coming to the upscale Park Place office tower in Houston’s posh River Oaks District in …Read more
Interest rates are dropping while temperatures are rising and that likely means a strong homebuying season coming our way. Along with the recent increase in real estate sales activity, we’re also seeing more activity on the business and technology fronts. Here’s the latest: Keller Williams becomes an iBuyer starting in the Dallas/Fort Worth markets. The …Read more
When was the last time you picked up an encyclopedia, clipped coupons in a newspaper, mailed a letter or, for that matter, did your Christmas shopping in person or even went into the local branch office of the bank? For most, these activities are either a thing of the past or things they only hear …Read more
Our North Bay team recently welcomed a strong new leader, and we are excited to share the announcement with our extended Stewart community.
Over the past months, our team in the Vail Valley and Leadville Colorado has grown – bringing on board top-talent to support our operations and promoting strong leaders into new roles.
Industry veterans Anne-Marie Kuhlman and Kevin Nelson have both been promoted to the roles of division president, Direct Operations in Colorado. In these roles, they will co-manage the state of Colorado, deepening our leadership presence and further growing our Colorado markets.
Stewart Club Excellence is an enterprise-wide reward and recognition program honoring top performers on our sales and operations teams. Last month, we had the honor of celebrating our 2016 winners in San Diego.