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Investing in single family and multi-family rental property is red hot now. Many first time buyers are deciding to rent instead. Sellers that can't sell are deciding to rent out their homes. Its a perfect storm of life chancing events for some and a generational opportunity for others. Are you prepared to make the most of these opportunities? Join us today for the first installment of our Investment Property Series, Property Management. with one of metro Atlanta's premier Propert
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Join hosts Cliff Perotti and LisaP here on The Property Beat as they talk about all aspects of real estate with industry influencers from around the globe. This episode they’re talking with Homesnap CEO & Co-Founder, Guy Wolcott. He’s talking real estate apps for today and tomorrow. Mr. Wolcott has an extensive background in Internet technology. Since 2004, he has been in residential real estate as co-owner of the mortgage company F
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Join hosts Cliff Perotti and LisaP here on The Property Beat as they talk about all aspects of real estate with industry influencers from around the globe. This episode they’re talking HGTV Room Crashers star Todd Davis. Get the scoop as to what really goes on behind the scenes on the very popular television show. HGTV junkies know Todd Davis from his high-energy turn as a finalist on that network's "Design Star" compet
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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With today's real estate market there are options for investment everywhere. For the old seasoned investor with many properties, to the first time home buyer (afterall your home is an investment). Maybe you own a home and want to take advantage of the market and buy a rental property, or perhaps you watch a lot of the TV shows and want to flip a house like a pro for cheap. Well you need to know the basics first, what are they? I will layout the 5 most important things to consider, and give
Rael Gorelick. Rael Gorelick serves on the investment and management committees for Gorelick Brothers Capital. Rael has primary responsibility for business development for the firm. From 2001 until co-founding Gorelick Brothers in 2003, Rael served as a senior marketing and business development consultant for Atlantic Assurance Group. Rael managed Atlantic’s expansion into Texas following that state’s adoption of home equity lending. Prior to joining Atlantic, Rael foundedStopmyPMI.com, a web site designed to assist borrowers in canceling private mortgage insurance (PMI). Previously, Rael worked for Showtime Networks, a unit of Viacom, as manager of distribution strategy. Rael is a 1994 graduate of Northwestern University.
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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?
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For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.
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.
With offices in St. Louis, St. Charles, Jefferson County, Franklin County in Missouri and St. Clair County and Madison County in Illinois, you can contact Stange Law Firm and their St. Louis, Missouri Divorce Lawyers and Belleville, Illinois in Madison County Divorce Lawyers online at 314-963-4700.
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WHY I ASK is it so difficult for some men and women to understand that their GREATEST INVESTMENT is in THEMSELVES! 'INVEST IN YOU.' The ROI are mind boggling and only you can make it happen. Getting a return on you investments or ROI is importand when it comes to your finances but have you ever kept tabs on the ROI of your life? This is not rocket science...RIGHT NOW LOOK IN THE MIRROR, WHAT DO YOU SEE, SAY HELLO TO THE CREATOR OF YOUR LIFE...YOU! STAY TUNED... What are
Join The E.A.G.L.E.S.S. INVESTMENT CLUB PART TWO
Investment clubs have been around for decades, and tens of thousands exist in America today. They've been growing in popularity in recent years. The E.A.G.L.E.S.S. INVESTMENT CLUB, is a group of like minded friends & co-workers, who typically meet once a month to discuss business companies, real estate deals and make decisions about which real estate or business deal to buy or sell.
Each week and at each meeting each member contribute a small sum of money ($1 dollar a week or $5 dollars a week) that is deposited in a business account. Members take turns researching and reporting on promising real estate deals and companies in which they might invest or companies in which the club is already invested.
TOPICS OF DISCUSSION
- Start talking with friends and see who's interested.
- Investment Newbies preferred. Compose the group with novices.
- Distribute information about investment clubs to anyone who has expressed interest.
- Gather all interested parties for a preliminary meeting.
- Make sure that you all have similar or compatible investing goals.
- Agree on the amount of the monthly minimum contribution.
- Agree on some common ground regarding a general investing philosophy and approach.
- Agree on a set of common-ground references, instructions, tools, and/or readings.
- Agree on a regular meeting time, place, length, and format.
- Agree on how you'll be organized legally and operationally.
- Elect your officers in one of the first meetings.
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