February 2016

Welcome to the new monthly newsletter brought to you by 
East Texas Title Companies' 
Client Relations Team

This newsletter is filled with  information and resources that will make your business 
and day to day life a little easier!
Below you will see updates on MCE classes which have multiple locations to fit your busy schedule. We also have included some great tips on scents that increase the chances of selling a client's home or your own!
We have also shared a fabulous recipe that is sure to dazzle your next open house crowd. 


Be sure to visit our website by clicking on the button below to register online for the upcoming MCE classes!
Update on Upcoming MCE Classes  

Class Info:
6 hours for $42
Registration: 8:30AM
Begin time: 9:00AM

Lunch will be provided by ettc!

Locations and Dates

Pinecrest country club

214 Club Drive
Longview, TX 75602

February 23, 2016

cascades country club

4511 briarwood road
 tyler, TX 75709

February 24, 2016

Mill Creek ranch

2102 N Trade days blvd.
canton, tx 75103 
February 25, 2016

For questions about classes or registration
Skyler Hefley at shefley@etextitle.com
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SMELL Can Help You SELL!
"When you're in the Real Estate business, you want someone to walk in and want to stay in the house, so you want (the scent) not to be overbearing, but familiar.
You want it to encourage revisiting, because sometimes it takes several visits to decide to buy."
-Spangenberg told the Chicago Tribune

Here is a recipe that will
boost the SUCCESS of 
your  next open house.

Spiced Hot Apple Cider

Hot cider hits the spot on cold afternoons
or when you're sitting in front of a blazing fire.
It's easy to make and fills the house with wonderful aromas!

What You'll Need

8 cups fresh apple cider or apple juice
2 teaspoons ground cinnamon or 2 cinnamon sticks
1/8teaspoon grated nutmeg
4 whole cloves
1 orange, cut into slices
8 cinnamon sticks
1 cup sweetened whipped cream


How to Make It

  • 1: Heat the cider, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and orange slices in a 3-quart saucepan. Cook over medium heat for 5 minutes or until the mixture is hot, stirring occasionally.
  • 2: Strain the cider into a heatproof pitcher or individual mugs. Garnish with cinnamon sticks and whipped cream, if desired.

Have a great open house!
See you next month!

  (903) 561-8060 | shefley@etextitle.com | www.etextitle.com