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  • 00:32

    IMN SFR Series, SFR Market Place - Beasley, CEO of Roofstock

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    Up until recent years, REITs were the option of choice for investors who wanted to invest in real estate, but lacked a strong professional background in the industry. The economic crisis, low interest rates and the rise of sophisticated trading methodologies led millions of investors to search for alternative ways to search out, invest and manage real estate investments.  Crowd funding became a popular platform for investors to access the market. 
    Joining the podcast today is Gary Beasley, CEO of Roofstock.   Roofstock is the first online marketplace created exclusively for investing in leased Single-Family Rental homes that generate cash flow day one.  It’s also one of the fasting growing startups and has just announced another $20mm B round participation led by Lightspeed Venture Partners.
    Prior to founding Roofstock, Gary was co-CEO of Starwood Waypoint Residential, one of the leading single family rental companies in the US.

  • 01:08

    12-05-16 Effective marketing with Brent Emler of VELMA

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    How effective and integrated is your marketing platform?  Any company can benefit from a team that has the mortgage marketing experience to effectively drive revenue goals.  On today's hot topic, learn how to use several fully integrated marketing tools to increase efficiency and customer retention as well as reduce marketing costs.
    As usual, we will be joined by our esteemed roundtable including Joe Farr of MBSQuoteline providing a rate & market update, Alice Alvey of Indecomm Global Services providing a regulatory & legislative update as well as Paul Muolo of IMF News & Sam Garcia of Mortgage Daily giving us a quick overview of the latest news stories impacting our industry and Andy Schell, a/k/a "Profit Doctor" sharing ideas on how to improve your bottom line.
    Please tell others about this program and take a minute to share a link to this program with your friends and associates in the mortgage industry.
    For information on advertising with Lykken on Lending, contact jeff@sellersmediaservices.com. 
    Thank you, David Lykken

  • 00:46

    California Yvanova's Paves the Way for Gieseke, Lundy and Sciarratta Decisions

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    “As it stands, the “creditor” consists of all investors in all trusts created by each investment bank. But nobody is acting as if that is true.”
    The California 9th Circuit Court of Appeals (Federal) has made it clear that it will routinely reverse any decision that involves the trial court accepting void assignments or in which the court rules that the borrower has no standing to raise the issue of ownership and standing based upon a void assignment on the grounds that the borrower was not a party to the transaction.
    The very notion of due process means that all parties have an opportunity to pursue the truth and not be stuck with some legal presumption that is based upon a false statement of fact.
    The importance of the Geiseke decision is that it is black letter law, as they say, that every borrower should know the identity of his or her creditor. But like other issues, the courts are still asking “what difference does it make?”  It makes all the difference in the world.
    Charles Marshall, Esq.
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    San Diego, CA 92101
    cmarshall@marshallestatelaw.com
    Phone 619.723.7071
    Fax 866.575.7413
    Original Order: https://scholar.google.com/scholar_case?case=14840482884466427978&hl=en&as_sdt=6&as_vis=1&oi=scholarr
    THIS SHOW IS NOT A LEGAL OPINION UPON WHICH YOU CAN RELY IN ANY INDIVIDUAL CASE. HIRE A LAWYER.
     
     
     

  • 00:48

    Jay Papasan: Organize your life and live with less stress

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    Do you need fewer distractions and less stress in your life? Do the constant text messages, emails, meetings, and tweets leave you overwhelmed? The demands of our modern lifestyle are wearing us down and taking a toll on us. Maybe you’re not as successful as you would like to be, making as much money as you want to make, or as focused as you would like to be. So what’s the answer?  Jay Papasan says HE knows...
    Papasan became a best-selling author when the book spent time onBusinessWeek’sbest-seller list. In 2005, they co-authored their second bestseller, The Millionaire Real Estate Investor. After working on Rick Villani and Clay Davis’s best-sellingFLIP: How to Buy, Fix and Sell Houses for Profit in 2007, he co-authored Your First Homewith Gary Keller and Dave Jenks in 2009.
    In 2009, he also co-authored SHIFT: How Top Agents Tackle Tough Times which reached #2 on Amazon, #3 on the USA Today Money List, #4 on the WSJ Business list and #5 on the NY Times Business list, and #10 on the New York Times Hardcover Advice List. At the same time, he co-authored Soci@l with Ben Kinney which garnered the National Association of Real Estate Editors (NAREE) Bronze Award.

  • 00:39

    The Trump Investor

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    What does a Trump victory mean for investors? Is Shake Shack's success sustainable? Will Priceline fly even higher? And will Disney spin off ESPN? Our analysts tackle those questions and share three stocks on their radar. 

  • 00:26

    The Science of Better Gift Giving

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    Impress your friends and family and make Santa jealous! We’ll cover five scientifically-proven ways to become the best gift giver on the block. Also, we answer a listener question about how to present a gift of stock and we ask a bajillion favors of you, our listeners.

  • 00:23

    Facebook’s $6 Billion Bet

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    Merger Monday hits the cyber security industry.  Tyson Foods’s CEO is headed for the exit.  Facebook announces a $6 billion stock buyback plan.  Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag and share our favorite Thanksgiving foods.

  • 00:24

    Entrepreneur Month Extra: Getting Things Done Primer With David Allen

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    As a professional, at any given time, you probably have 150-220 action items and 30-100 projects on your plate. That’s a lot – in fact too much – to keep in your head. Your brain, it turns out, is a terrible office! Fortunately, with a little help you can build an external brain that’s designed to simplify your complicated life. In this RBI Extra, we get down to GTD basics with David Allen’s 5 steps to help you get your “stuff” under control.

  • 00:30

    Halloween On The Cheap

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    Good Morning my Cheap Cheetah Family. How are you Today! It's been a while but I am back and today we are talkin Halloween On The Cheap! We all like to be scared but not when it comes to our money. So let's see how we can have halloween fun with out spending a lot. All today On The Cheap Cheetah Money Show
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  • 00:31

    Forget the Perfection Principle: Keys to Riches Week 11

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    Keys To Riches™ Financial Wellness Series provides financial concepts each week that teach you how to think like the rich and be in control of your own money.
    This Week's Key Number Eleven:
    Forget the "Perfection Principle"
    Key Statement:
    I know that I am not defined by my mistakes, but by my successes. The speed and rate at which I achieve my success are not as important as the fact that I am continually moving forward.
    Key Affirmation:
    I am great at staying focused. I am great at forgiving myself. I am great at getting back in the game.
    Key Commitment:
    I commit to focusing on the progress of my financial freedom process!
    Key Action Item:
    The next time you make a mistake or the next time you make a financial decision contemplate the consequences of that decision up front.  If that decision fits your plan, then do it.  If it's against the plan, then you will avoid it and find something more constructive to do in place of it.

  • 00:27

    Financials: Exploring Why the U.S. Economy Is So Strong Right Now

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    It’s tempting to think that the American economy is still struggling to recover from the financial crisis, but the data says otherwise. Eight years after the Crash of 1929, the U.S. economy was still mired in the Great Depression. Fast forward to today, eight years after the financial crisis, which was the worst economic downturn since the 1930s, and the economy is looking as robust as ever. In this episode of Industry Focus: Financials, The Motley Fool’s Gaby Lapera and John Maxfield talk about the state of the U.S. economy right now, digging through the statistics and trends that matter most.