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Are you engaged in residential or commerical real estate property management in the State of California? If so, you need to know the real estate law and commissioner regulations and you will very likely be the subject of a property management trust account audit. The audit could be the difference between you keeping your real estate license, and having the BRe (Bureau of Real Estate) wanting to revoke your real estate license. In other words, you need to know what's going on, what the rules and regs are and basically prepare to respond to any BRE investigatoin letter, or BRE audit.
The failure to prepare could lead to loss of your real estate license, or license discipline) - often a suspended or restricted real estate license. This will show on the BRE database, (real estate licensee lookup) and may cost you future business.
Listen in as attorney steve discusses property managements audits of trust account and trust fund in California and the BRE accusation process in general.
Real Estate investing is a strategy many use to build a nest egg. While many properties are still upside down, and some are being bought at pennies on the dollar, finding and keeping tenants is the next issue in the line of ensuring the investment does not bleed away profit margins.
Brad Meyer of Property Management Made Easy is my guest expert to share on how to attract and keep a good tenant in your investment property, and tips to ensure you cash flow quickly and profitably.
Comment below (scroll down), or contact Trudy Beerman (Host) for access to a FREE REPORT on How to Profit in Property Management
-Putting Customer service back into property management- Larry’s guests include:
Phillip Earley, CEO of Platinum Management Services, Alpharenta, GA., who says the secret of successful property management is as easy as “Picking up the Phone” and Lucas Hall, Owner and Operator of www.Landlordology.com which offers free rental advice and resources to landlords and property owners.
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Kevin Guz of HomeVestors-Dallas discusses the issues involving renovation costs for an investment property. Specifically, he addresses the difference between quick and affordable repairs versus expensive (and necessary) overhauls, which may make it financially unattractive to buy a specific home.
Portfolio Management Certification Explored in detail: Step-by-Step.
Our speaker is: Mohammed Mansoor PfMP®, PgMP®, PMP®, ACP®, RMP®, PMI -SP® ITILV3® Mansoor is a passionate Portfolio, Program, Project Management Practitioner, Consultant and Organizational Radiologist, successfully mentoring, managing, delivering mission critical and high risk portfolio, programs and projects across various industries for large organization like EMC Data Storage based in Hopkinton Massachusetts, Mansoor has built high performing, self-sustaining teams across variety of highly competitive industriess and delivered training workshops/study group on portfolio, program, and project management for various REP’s and Chapters. He is one of the very few (across the world) to hold 6 PMI Credentials which includes PfMP, PgMP, PMP, PMI SP and PMI RMP in good standing and now part of the PMI PBA pilot.
PMI PfMP Handbook
PMI PfMP Q&A
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Join Marnie and special guest speaker Pamela Carmichael as they discuss:
1. The most common mistake people make with money.
2. The Biblical definition of financial empowerment.
3. The 3 critical principles of money management.
4. Practical strategies to reduce spending without losing your joy.
5. Some key way practices to help you keep out of and/or reduce debt.
6. A unique approach the enables you to save money consistently.
7. A sensible organizational system to keep your finances in order.
8. Bonus Tips.
Pamela Carmichael has been a Financial Services Professional for over 15 years and holds a degree in Economics & Accounting. She is the award-winning author of “Financial Empowerment: Realign Your Finances to God's Will," a Certified Professional Coach and a Success Principles Coach. Learn more at www.PamelaVCarmichael.com
According to the NIOH over 116 million Americans live with chronic pain. The annual cost for pain management is between $560-635 billion dollars in medical care cost. Would you like to stop covering up your pain, and learn more holistic and natural ways to alleviate your pain? As a Traditional Naturopath, Certified Natural Health Practioner and Mind Body Fitness Practitioner, I understand that we have more control over our pain than we are led to believe. Our body operates as a whole system with many functions, physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually! I look forward to the show.
Today's show is dedicated to helping you learn how to rehab a property and NOT lose money in the process. Please join me as I welcome Kendall Stock and Darren Davis, founders of Sage Investing, LLC, national speakers with Renatus education group. They have Re-habbed close to 50 properties with significant bottom line profit. Many real estate investors are now where near their level of expertise then it comes to Re-habbing. Their specialty is partnering with self-directed retirement plans to produce stellar, tax-free or tax-deferred returns for their clients using the tangible, insurable, medium of real estate. The mission of Sage Investing is simply taking the lemons life hands people and making lemonade through creative solutions in the investing and real estate arenas. No matter where you are in the process, we'll walk you through it and help you learn how to make it BIG without taking a loss in your bank account.
Join me this Tuesday, August 19th, at 11am PST / 2 pm EST. You can call in and listen LIVE on the road at 646-200-4285, or listen in here from your computer.
Management or ‘mismanagement’ of human assets continue at every level of the law firm organization. Dr. Tom DeLong discusses how business of law leaders can increase their own leadership value while bringing their firm into management alignment. In this podcast, learn how to foster a culture where those responsible for managing others can be more inspirational, more honest, and learn how to gain commitment to the strategy of their firms.
About Tom DeLong
Thomas J. DeLong is the Philip J. Stomberg Professor of Management Practice in the Organizational Behavior area at the Harvard Business School. Before joining the Harvard Faculty, DeLong was Chief Development Officer and Managing Director of Morgan Stanley Group, Inc., where he was responsible for the firm's human capital and focused on issues of organizational strategy and organizational change.
DeLong teaches globally and consults with leading organizations on the process of making individual and organizational change. His new book, Flying Without a Net: Turn Fear of Change into Fuel for Success, centers on the challenges of helping talented professionals who are resistant to change. DeLong co-authored two books focused on leading professional service firms, When Professionals Have to Lead: A New Model for High Performance and Professional Services: Cases and Texts. DeLong has also coauthored two Harvard Business Review articles focusing on why high achieving professionals often unwittingly sabotage their effort to excel.
Mark Dobbs is a forensic anthropologist and will be joining the show as we talk to Dina from Washington. As a child Dina grew up with Sasquatch's on her property and she will be discussing how one night Sasquatch attacked the home and terrified her father. Mark will be giving us scientific insight on what he hears and will be sharing his thoughts about primate behavior and bigfoot. Wes will be giving an update on the Browns property. A few other guests will be sharing with us what is going on in our parts of the United States