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View show notes, guest bios and join the conversation at our website show page So much of commercial real estate is financed that it's impossible to overstate the influence of loans and the documents that evidence loans, including the notes and additional documents that secure the repayment of those loans. These loan documents are so significant that they've become an entirely separate asset class that can be bought and sold on the open market. The factors taken into cons
As we all know there are HOT Markets for Rentals in the U.S. as well as COLD ones (and I'm not talking about the weather). It's a tricky matter just knowing where to shop, however there are certainly some trends and rules of thumb when shopping. I have invited two special guests for the show to break down Rental Real Estate in 2014!! First, a regular on our show, Jason Hartman, President of the nationwide brokerage Platinum Properties helping clients buy in the right markets arou
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According to Real Estate Expert, Purhasing a property is generally a good investment. Real Estate market is presently favorable to buyer, with low interest rate and with prices. However, Today, a bad credit or no credit history can be an even bigger obstacle for potential buyers than it was in the past, as the recent economic crisis has caused lenders to tighten their standards for loaning money and providing mortgages.It is not impossible to buy property with no credit and no mortgage. Listen
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Most property owners think only in terms of rents for revenue production. But there are hidden gems in those properties that can, if found, greatly enhance the revenue and value of your property. With a little bit of imagination, planning, and expert advice, property owners can increase their revenue in the most unexpected ways. They don't have to rely, only upon rents. Sometimes, those, seemingly little sources of revenue can make all the difference in value and ROI. Our
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The brainchild of its founder, Michael Beckerman, The News Funnel aggregates real estate news, blogs, videos and other content for busy CRE professional. They gather trade news and information from trusted industry sources and then let users craft that information into a custom feed that is unique to their geographic market, industry segment and areas of interest.
The News Funnel was created by Michael Beckerman, a 25-year veteran of the public relations industry and author of the RE Tech Bits Blog. Michael was previously the founder and CEO of Beckerman Public Relations, a firm he grew to one of the largest independent agencies in the country. He is now CEO of The News Funnel and is responsible for the site's overall vision and day-to-day operations. The original idea for The News Funnel stemmed from Michael's own experiences trying to stay current without being overwhelmed – he envisioned a more streamlined solution that would benefit both professionals and the PR agencies trying to reach this audience.
While discussing The News Funnel itself, the focus of this show is on Michael. We are going to discuss his background and experience and what led up to the inspiration and development of The News Funnel.
What did he learn from his experience in business and running a large, independent public relations firm?
What has it taken to put together a successful and widely utilized online aggregator of news and information?
How can real estate professionals stay on top of their profession and promote themselves by using The News Funnel?
Finally, Michael will give us a sneak peak at what he sees for the future of the internet and how it will effect the business of commercial real estate.
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Are you a good consumer? Most people are. We buy when we need, when we want and when things are on sale. The word "free" sends us into heaven.
If you have space for what you buy, then there's no problem. If not, then there's clutter.
The problem is that the store know exactly what to do to make us purchase lots of things.
In this episode, Master Organizer, Janice Russell, will identify five tricks that stores use to make us buy things. More importantly, she'll highlight five strategies to avoid these tricks.
As a result, you'll make fewer purchases and be more organized.
Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation (www.QueenQuet.com) is the hostess of Gullah/Geechee Riddim Radio on behalf of the Gullah/Geechee Sea Island Coalition (www.gullahgeechee.net). On this broadcast, she will be joined by Attorney Willie Heyward of the Heirs Property Law Center (www.heirspropertylawcenter.org) and Attorney and author, H. Anderson Jones. The three will discuss how Gullah/Geechees and other people of African descent in the south came to own land and the mechanisms that they can utilize to retain what has now become "heirs property."
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Although the economy seems to be improving bankruptcy is not something that will be going away soon. Bankruptcies happen and both good and bad economies and can result in, just plain old bad luck or bad management or both. Sometimes they happen from changes in a workforce or technology. Will increase consumer acceptance of online retail continue to negatively impact shopping centers and with many loans still coming due in the next few years, are we going to see a whole new round of foreclosures and bankruptcy?
No matter what your thoughts on the future economy, if you are a commercial real estate professional, you must know and understand how bankruptcy can effect commercial real property and the landlord/tenant relationship.
Join us as our special guest, Richard Golubow and I discuss the factors, law and strategies that you must be familiar with before a landlord or tenant files bankruptcy. If you are a tenant, how can you protect yourself if the landlord files for bankruptcy protection? What is a real estate specific bankruptcy and when should a tenant consider this option?
If you are a landlord, how can you best protect yourself and insure that you maximize rents in the event of a tenant bankruptcy?
Did you ever consider that a tenant bankruptcy could be a good thing for a landlord or perhaps not as bad as you thought?
During this show, we are going to discuss many of these issues and give a detailed overview of what landlords and tenants can plan for an expect.
Charlie Soeh talks about commercial real estate investors.
Kirk Stange talks about the common myth that marital property and debt is simply split fifty-fifty in a divorce in Missouri and Illinois. You can read more on this topic on Stange Law Firm's Property Division Page.
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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on the meaning of marriage vows, animals as property, the problem of overwork, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio.
Question 1: Are the promises of marriage binding when a spouse becomes self-destructive?
Question 2: Are animals a special kind of property?
Question 3: Does the example set by Ayn Rand's heroes encourage overwork?
To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its archive page.
For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.