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Tonight we discuss the drug double standard when it comes to whites and non-white drug addicts and dealers. One doesn't look like the other.
Boy, its amazing how many people go into renting apartments, and face bad managers and don't know what rights they have to protect themselves from being targets to victimization and fraud. Stay tuned on a series called "Education on The Apartment Unit."
How to do a grievance and what should the grievance contain and where to start the climb of the chains of command to fight for your rights and privacy.
Do you know how to do this? If so, supply feedback here in the comment section and come to the radio program to be in the know. Coming soon...so stay tuned.
When the time comes that an elder needs a higher level of care than can be safely provided at home, you are faced with choosing an optimal assisted living or memory care community or home. Yes, a variety of sizes are available you can research for the most comfortable fit for your parent.
There are large communities of sixty to one hundred apartments vs. a small personal care home or better known as group homes of six to eight residents. The opinion of professionals working with seniors swing drastically on the ideal placement depending of the client’s personality and care needs.
This segment Adult Children with Aging Parents on BlogTalkRadio will cover the pros and cons of each setting. Listen in on April 28th ant 10am MDT-http://tobtr.com/8632757
In this week's "What Do You Think?" segment Utah deems to be a "health hazard". In the "Outrage of the Week" a Department of Housing and Urban Development employee with two federally funded Section 8 apartments refused to vacate when she was caught and used a taxpayer funded civil rights organization to fight the government’s order to get out. In the "Headline You May Have Missed" is one of two stories involving U.S. currency. ObamaCare is back in the news, transgender issues is still in the news and if we have time... I'll get back to that look at multiculturalism that we didn't get to last week.
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Today on The Boochcast, Booch talks about being allergic to pollen, playing a monster in a horror movie, goes on a work rant, explains why he doesn't like to cook, reviews the first two seasons of Pee-Wee's Playhouse, Elvis calls in to talk about moving into a new apartment with his girlfriend, and Booch recaps TNA Impact.
GETTING and GIVING TUESDAY THE NOTICE OF EVICTION UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES &LAWS?
The Eviction Economy?
A landlord may need to evict a tenant for one reason or another.
Generally considered the first step in the process, an Eviction Notice
Using an Eviction Notice helps ensure that the process goes smoothly so that both the landlord and tenant.
Landlord Non-Payment Options & Solutions
Join Jason Hartman and MC Company Principal and Co-Partner, as well as the Real Estate Adviser of Robert Kiyosaki, Ken McElroy, in this insightful discussion about real estate investing, inflation, and the effect of today’s economy on the rental markets. Both Ken and Jason learned the power of leverage to hedge against inflation, and in this episode, they share their combined knowledge with the listeners. Ken feels that investing in real estate and watching the dollar, mortgage rates, and inflation are lifelong endeavors and it’s important to stay on top of those things. He also shares why he prefers apartments over residential investments, expressing it allows greater control over the financial outcome of the asset.
Ken talks about the pent up demand of Gen Y’ers, who currently are forced to live at home due to scarcity of jobs, but who will eventually flow into the rental market if and when jobs are created and the economy begins to improve. Jason and Ken also share their similar knowledge regarding macro- and micro-markets, the importance of researching job markets, employment rates, population, schools, etc. “At the end of the day, it’s all about demographics,” Ken says.
Ken McElroy has over 20 years of experience in multifamily asset/property management, development, project/construction management, investment analysis, acquisitions and dispositions, business development, and client relations. With his years of experience and knowledge, Ken has a unique property management perspective. Ken authored the best-selling book, The ABCs of Real Estate Investing; The Advanced Guide to Real Estate Investing; The ABC’s of Property Management; and his most recent book, The Sleeping Giant. Ken, as the Real Estate Advisor to The Rich Dad Company, has also co-authored with Robert Kiyosaki several audio programs, including “How to Increase the Income from Your Real Estate Investments;” “How to Get Your Banker to Say ‘Yes!’;” and “How to Find and Keep Good Ten
My guest tonight is James Durham III, friends call him Jimmy Jam. He had done many different jobs, but his main focus has been in real estate property management, specifically apartments. Talking to people, helping people get a good place to live and just helping people in general, has always been something he likes to do. He never sits still always working, working out, having fun, and being positive no matter what, for negativity is poison. We have all been granted a ravishing life thanks to God. We are all truly rich because it is filled with things that are worth more than money and shine brighter than any diamonds...Supportive family, friends that become family, our animals & the author of heaven, supply a beautiful world & equisite life!
The last thing you will ever think about is a TBI, but once you get one then it will be the first thing you think of, so lets finally end the silence. See on Facebook TBIOneLove & also James "Jimmy Jam" Durham at www.caringbridge.org
Love the life you live and that life will love you right back. He's anxious to have your stories added to TBI One Love Family Tree!
This show is a gathering place for anyone seeking recovery from the challenges of life on life's terms. We discuss useful tools that have helped us lighten the load, of our journey through recovery. This is a "we" recovery program, because it is in the "we," that we find the new "me."
We focus on the four A's of Recovery: Awareness, Acceptance, Action and Adaptation. This is a place for survivor's striving to become thrivers.
Front part of show is a featured guest. The second is Open Mic and some great Indy Music, sure to inspire! Host is Kim Justus, author of In a Flash: Miracles Here and Beyond found at www.inaflash.org & "Like" at www.facebook.com/inaflash.org and www.facebook.com/braininjuryradionetwork
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NNWAC is an artist directed non-profit organization dedicated to sharing the power of creativity building community for 26 years. NNWAC provides technical assistance and resources to achieve affordable art space for multi-disciplinary arts activities, through collaboration, fees for services and contributed support.
Community Building, communities are more than an arrangement of streets and buildings and infrastructure. Equally important are people that live and work there, and the social networks and traditions that are forged when they invest time and effort in creating a better future for the place they all call home.
Bronzeville Artist Lofts (BAL). The artist live-work space is situated in the heart of the Black Metropolis, now known as Bronzeville. Currently in the pre-development stage, the former Jones Brothers Ben Franklin store - renovated and transformed into 16 extraordinary open loft space apartments for artist.
Cornerstone. Consists of 14 new mixed-income apartments designed and operated to support working artists and 45 affordable apartments renovated for families living in the neighborhood.