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My name is Ken Sheppard. I have invested in real estate successfully for over thirty years.
This show will explain to you how to make money in real estate when you do not have any money. I started out this way and so can you.
Today, we'll hear from Sue Nelson. She's going straight to the banks for bulk apartments. We know you'll learn some great tips.
You can network with 150,000+ active investors by going to KenRERadio.com and creating a free account.
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Stay in a Renaissance Palace complete with original frescoes, private apartments, access to all of the sights, and amazing hosts.
You can choose between 7 different apartments and stay for as little as two days or as long as you'll be in Florence.
This is a must enjoy opportunity. Palazzo Belfiore will even help you book and plan events in Florence and Tuscany.
Check out their site for all the details you'll need to book your stay. Be sure to contact them directly via email to inquire about dates at firstname.lastname@example.org and for her help choosing the right apartment for you. Be sure to let them know that Anthony sent you :)
You can also book your stay on the Italy Travel Marketplace.
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To see this full interview with Brad Sumrok on Multi-Family real estate investing, please visit: http://flipnerd.com/multi-family-investing/ Investing in Multi-family properties (apartments) is easier than you think. Given that the deals can get quite large, that causes some grief with newer investors. But, like most real estate investing, it's very important that you align yourself with others that know what they're doing. Brad Sumrok is an award winning multi-family real estate investor that left corporate america to take control of his own financial destiny, and has done remarkably well. In addition to buying as actively as ever, he now teaches others all he knows, so they can retire in a short amount of time. Brad discusses the many ways to get involved with multi-family investing in this FlipNerd.com VIP interview....don't miss it!
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To see this full interview with Dave Lindahl, please visit: http://flipnerd.com/multi-family-property-investing/ Dave Lindahl is one of the nations leading experts in buying and selling multi-family properties. His story of starting as a landscaper and working his way up to what he's become is a fairy tail to most, including himself. Like many real estate investors, he realized at some point that he could grow much faster by doing bigger and more frequent deals, enabled by working with others. It's a great interview, check it out now! Only on FlipNerd.com.
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Tonight Ken Collins, will interview Lori Dunnihoo, Program Manager, Uhlhorn Program about this exciting brain injury transitional living program. The Uhlhorn Apartmnets opened it's doors in 1990 and yet little is know about this award winning program. The Uhlhorn Apartments model was created as an alternative to the existing head injury rehabilitation businesses who at the time that were charging $12,000 to $14,000 a month to warehouse people with brain injuries. The Uhlhorn Apartmnets is a model program and could be ceated elswhere. Listen tonight to how this could happen and learn what you can do to help create Uhlhorn type programs in your area.
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New York City landlords are notoriously paranoid and picky. They demand all sorts of paperwork from people who want to rent their apartments.
We'll look at why that is, and how to assemble the proper paperwork and increase your chances of securing an apartment.
We'll chat with Marc Blum, Managing Director of Rentals at DSA.
Hosts Brian Roth and Matt Levi discuss the pros and cons of moving to the Big Apple/already living in Manhattan. Attorney Levi addresses the legal side of renting, and Roth talks about his fall down drunk upstairs neighbor.
These are the people who are despised by society. They are dirty, they smell, and they beg for change. When they enter places of business they are asked to leave. They are always stopped by police, always the first suspects in a crime. They are the homeless with criminal records. They are jobless.They have been evicted from apartments where they couldn't pay rent. Sometimes they do drugs, so their families have abandoned them, they are not welcome in anybody's home. When they stand on the streets and beg, people sneer at them, "Get a job!" But who would hire them? Something inside of them is broken and nobody seems to care enough to help them fix it. They are often school drop outs, uneducated and unskilled. Is there hope for their future? Regina Lewis of Ashunti House and Lowry Taylor of the North Lawndale Job Training Progam explain how they help transform lives of people stuck on the bottom of society, by providing education, training, housing and employment.
STILL ASKING IF ANYONE KNOWS OF A PLACE TO RENT ? THE TERRACE VIEW APT SAID -- FORGETABOUT IT !!!! NO EXPLANATION..JUST FORGETABOUT IT ! I ASKED 3 THOUSAND FACEBOOK FRIENDS IF THEY KNOW ANYBODY ? AND 3 TRIED TO HELP! WE'LL HAVE SOME FUN WITH THIS TODAY---AND MAYBE SOMEONE WILL CALL IN WITH AN IDEA!!! HELP! HELP! HELP! 646 716 4343----WELL, I GOT 2 MORE SAINTS TO PRAY TO...MAYBE I CAN MOVE TO THE VATICAN THEY MUST HAVE AN EXTRA ROOM----NOW, DON'T FORGET TODAY THE WISE GUY AND THE LADY - 530--630 PM, EASTERN TIME
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