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Guest Brent Sobol of Sobol Realty and Legacy Community Housing Corporation provides insight into crime problems in apartment commuities, stories about properties he has successfully turned to crime free, and steps that landlords and management can implement to change their property from a crime zone to a crime FREE zone.
Brent has ownership in 3000 units and is actively engaged in the daily operation and management of property in Atlanta, GA. Brent's non profit organization promotes respectable affordable housing as well as educates the apartments industry on crime free housing best practices.
Brent is active in Habitat for Humanity, Junior Achievement and other service organizations, Brent was the recipient of the J.C. Penney United Way Volunteer of the Year Award as well as the Congressional Silver Medal for over 500 hours of volunteerism. In 2007 and 2008, Brent was a back to back winner of the highest professional honor in the apartments industry, the National Apartment Association (NAA) Paragon Award. In 2009, the Atlanta Police Department bestowed upon Brent the first ever Citizen of the Year Award for pioneering efforts to reduce crime and create safer neighborhoods in Southwest Atlanta.
Brent is a third generation real estate professional, Brent holds a Georgia real estate license and is a member of the Atlanta Apartment Association, Atlanta Jaycees, Washington University Regional Alumni Board. He has taught real estate investing and property management to numerous groups and in conjunction with the Georgia Real Estate Investors Association and NAA.
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I'm gonna take some time to discuss how and already stressful yet common place activity can be complicated further by having a disability. However, it is not an impossible task. So we will in a sense divide and conquer
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In 2003, Stacy Kennedy was rapidly climbing the ladder of corporate success… but going in the wrong direction.
After spending many years getting her accounting degree and CPA license, corporate America became her life. Stacy learned how to tackle chaos within companies and create systems to turn them around financially and operationally. She knew there had to be more to life than a 60+ hour a week job where her efforts built shareholders’ wealth, rather than her own.
Struggling financially, mired in student loan debt and feeling like she was missing out on life, Stacy was introduced to the world of real estate investing.
Over the next several years, Stacy started educating herself on multiple ways to invest in real estate and became an expert in creative financing. She acquired a masters degree from the School of Hard Knocks and found herself being drawn to working in the area of multi family real estate and property management.
Stacy Kennedy is a CPA, Multli-family investor nationwide and investor trainer. Over time and through the school of hard knocks, she applied her corporate learned systems and professional training to develop her “Letter of Intent” to protect her when acquiring underperforming properties.
For listeners of CREPN Radio, Stacy is providing this Letter of Intent for FREE!
Nathan and Jon are joined by Mark Debonis, to talk apartments. Nathan Jazz Rants about how ridiculous door men are.
Follow @NathanMacintosh @jonfatigate @TheMarkDeBonis and @StandUpNYLabs. Go to www.StandUpNY.com to see when Nathan is performing live at Stand Up NY. Listen to all our other great podcasts at www.StandUpNYLabs.com
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This week's show will take a hard look at our living quarters and what we come to get used to vs what we may be forced into getting used to.
Is a house a house as far as you're concerned?
Do people who grow up in houses usually insist on living in houses for the rest of their lives?
Is an apartment an apartment even if it's a housing project?
Is living with someone the same as having your own place as far as you're concerned?
Do we look down on people who rent rooms?
What exactly does being homeless mean to you? Are people who are homeless usually on drugs or crazy? Is it their fault?
How do people look at people who rent vs those who own and what factors influence the decision to do either?
What's up with Section 8 housing? Do you think it's a good program? Do you think that they should be combined with regular renters?
How dot landlords, real estate companies and housing authorities view all oft these situations?
Be sure to check out this very interesting show that will be unlike any other you have heard before.
Topic: Where do I keep my cart? The bar that inspired a new location.
Hot Dog Vendor Radio is a weekly show for street food vendors. We focus on the ongoing training, rules and codes, loopholes, tactics, tips and tricks for becoming more successful.
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Each show with show notes is available at http://learnhotdogs.com including numerous blog articles, a resources page and much more.
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FERGUSON, MO (KTVI) – A shooting in Ferguson has tensions riding high between residents and police in north St. Louis County. Saturday afternoon a police involved shooting occurred at the Canfield Green apartment complex in the 2900 block of Canfield. Police say an officer from the Ferguson Police Department was involved in shooting at the apartment complex that left one man dead... Following the shooting a large crowd of residents from the apartment complex gathered at the crime scene in the middle of the apartment complex. In response to the crowd Ferguson police request additional help for crowd control from St. Louis County Police... The NAACP has also asked the Federal Bureau of Investigation to intervene in the investigation. The president of the St. Louis County NAACP Missouri State Representative Ester Haywood released the following statement: “We are hurt to hear that yet another teenaged boy has been slaughtered by law enforcement especially in light of the recent death of Eric Garner in New York who was killed for selling cigarettes... I have spoken directly with St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar, and I am confident that both he and his department will ensure that the investigation is conducted properly and that all details are kept transparent.” http://fox2now.com/2014/08/09/man-shot-killed-in-ferguson-apartment-complex/
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Tonight's special guest is Christy Lynn Abram from Washington, a childhood abuse survivor and author of "Little Miss Somebody," a novel based on her experiences. For many years she endured abuse and abandonment at the hands of her mother, a violent alcoholic. Year after year her abuse increased. She writes, "By the age of 12, I was left alone in an abandoned apartment to fend for myself for weeks." Her mother's actions made her feel worthless, hopeless and isolated in solitude. Christy says, "I became consumed with anger and pain." Although her mother treated her poorly, she followed her mom wherever she went .. to St. Louis, Washington, Florida, Ohio and California. "I was passed around from one relative to another, molested and left to fend for myself." she explains. Her mother "constantly berated me and told me I would never be anybody. At the age of 16, I was emancipated and living alone pregnant with my first child. By the age of 21, I had 3 children and was involved in a abuse marriage." She goes on, "I felt worthless. My sorrow was so deep, I felt like I could never find my way out. I was in and out of mental health treatment centers, each time with a new diagnosis and medication." She struggled with depression for 15 years, survived 3 suicide attempts and eventually continued the cycle of abuse I inherited from her mother. Her road to recovery has taken time. "As a spiritual person, I believe God puts us in the right place so we can discover our purpose through life's lessons," she says. "With all of my being, I believe my experiences have made me a better person." Christy now works as a mental health counselor and mentor to young women who have experiences similar to her own.
Locksmith lawsuit should be dropped, motions say
Dropping the locksmith lawsuit would protect the guilty.
One of the first questions, the court should deal with is whether or not the person who killed the locksmith and the deputy Sheriff committed suicide or was burned alive.
It’s time for Sheriff Adam Christianson to produce the autopsy report that led him to conclude that the man who killed the locksmith and the deputy Sheriff committed suicide.
Christianson assembled an army outside of this apartment with every intention of burning the house down.
One disturbed man whose mental condition was ignored could have been subdued by turning off the
water and electricity to the apartment and isolate the area.
Christianson wanted more than keeping the public safe and bringing a man to justice. He wanted revenge and was willing to murder at the risk of more law enforcement deaths.
But the sheriff's office had a long history with this man. They knew he wasn't mentally stable and they knew he had a stash of weapons. The deputy who took the locksmith with him was told three times that morning to be careful and he just laughed it off. When the locksmith stopped drilling and said he heard something in the house, the deputy told him to keep drilling. They should have stepped back at that point. They would both still be alive.
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Brooklyn real estate attorney Robert Howe looks back at the top real estate news stories from Brooklyn in February. Stories from media outlets like The New York Times to Brooklyn Daily Eagle and more covering topics such as Micro-apartment living, the Gowanus build up, Brooklyn landmarking, and the potential of [gasp] Hillary Clinton setting up shop in Brooklyn for a presidential run?
You can tune in to hear Bob discuss New York real estate, Bay Ridge, Brooklyn small business, community affairs, and events. Call in or email us with any questions and follow Bob on Facebook and Twitter @RobertHowePC.
Award winning actress Jess Weixler (Apartment Troubles, Teeth, The Good Wife…) joins us on The Matthew Aaron Show this Wednesday (3/18) as we broadcast live from Chicago starting at 5pm PT / 7pm CT.
Jess joins us to discuss her career and her new film APARTMENT TROUBLES which she co-wrote, co-directed and stars in alongside Megan Mullally, Will Forte and Jeffrey Tambor. (In limited theaters & VOD March 27th.)
Show starts at 5pm PT (7pm CT / 8pm ET). Stream it live from our website or subscribe for free and download the show on iTunes. You can also listen on the go on your Android/iPhone/iPad device via Stitcher.
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Guests will be Capt Yocum - NJ SPCA & Jeff Coltenback -Founder, President at Paradise Pet, Inc and Founder, Director at Pitty Rescue, Inc.
What Constitutes Animal Cruelty? Acts of violence or neglect made against animals are considered animal cruelty. Examples include overt abuse, dog fighting, and being neglected or denied the basic necessities of care, such as food, water, shelter, sanitation, grooming and veterinary care. Neglect is the failure to provide an animal with the most basic of requirements of food, water, shelter and veterinary care.Neglect is often the result of simple ignorance on the animal owner's part and is usually handled by requiring the owner to correct the situation.
Patrick the Dog Starved -Thrown Away As Garbage
The 22 story apartment building is equipped with garbage chutes on each floor for tenants. Someone had no more use for this dog. They had starved it to near death, put it in a garbage bag and threw it down the garbage chute. A maintenance worker cleans out the bin every few days and on Wednesday, March 16th, they were cleaning out the contents of the container to go directly into a trash compacter. The bag moved a little and the worker opened it to find a moribund dog inside -- pathetically thin, cold and near death.
http://njspca.org/ NJ SPCA The New Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was created in 1868 and is the second oldest SPCA in the country. Its agents were established as Law Enforcement Officers in charge of investigating and prosecuting all persons involved in animal abuse and neglect.
Our mission today is the same as it’s always been. Through the tireless efforts of our highly trained and professional law enforcement personnel, we are making a difference…one animal at a time.
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