Mar 26, 2015
Noah Calhoun of New Tech Remodeling LLC has 15 years experience in Multi Family Property Maintenance. Noah take a look at building potential problems from the roof to the crawl space and what happens when water splashes and gets in places it is not supposed to be. Leaky roofs, plugged gutters, negtive slope, and more. The importance of money saving regular property inspections. You can pay a little now or a lot later. For listeners, Noah and CREPN Radio provide a FREE48 Point Hazard Checklist.
Mar 20, 2015
Stuart Gethner has been actively investing in real estate for the past twenty years. A successful real estate investor, Stuart wanted to share his knowledge with others and started teaching real estate courses for the Arizona Real Estate Investors Association (AZREIA) and The Commercial Real Estate Institute. Stuart has taught on 10 DIFFERENT real estate topics that over 5,000 Stuart met his wife Stephanie, who is a Realtor, through their mutual interest in real estate investing. Stephanie has her own separate real estate business. Stuart and his family reside in Scottsdale, Arizona. Education: Courses taught by Stuart Gethner. Those classes certified by the Arizona Board ofHow to Buy Property in BankruptcyHow To Buy Property in ForeclosureFundamental of Real Estate InvestingResidential Real Estate Investor Boot CampFind Investment Property in Your Bunny Slipper Many people would like to invest in real estate for yield & protection against swings in the market & the constant movement towards increased inflation. There are those who would prefer to be personally educated in real estate. As a result, Stuart began assisting these individuals: From young people who would like to make their fortune, to those who would like to be personally responsible for their retirement, regardless of what happens to Social Security, Medicare, or Stock Market.
Mar 19, 2015
In 2003, Stacy Kennedy was rapidly climbing the ladder of corporate success… but going in the wrong direction. After spending many years getting her accounting degree and CPA license, corporate America became her life. Stacy learned how to tackle chaos within companies and create systems to turn them around financially and operationally. She knew there had to be more to life than a 60+ hour a week job where her efforts built shareholders’ wealth, rather than her own. Struggling financially, mired in student loan debt and feeling like she was missing out on life, Stacy was introduced to the world of real estate investing. Over the next several years, Stacy started educating herself on multiple ways to invest in real estate and became an expert in creative financing. She acquired a masters degree from the School of Hard Knocks and found herself being drawn to working in the area of multi family real estate and property management. Stacy Kennedy is a CPA, Multli-family investor nationwide and investor trainer. Over time and through the school of hard knocks, she applied her corporate learned systems and professional training to develop her “Letter of Intent” to protect her when acquiring underperforming properties. For listeners of CREPN Radio, Stacy is providing this Letter of Intent for FREE!
Mar 17, 2015
Michael Bader is a professional advisor at BarthCalderon LLP. As a Certified Public Accountant, Michael has dedicated many years of service to families as a trusted partner in finding customized solutions to life's challenges. He provides a multi-disciplinary approach to estate & trust settlements, asset protection, business formations, successions and dissolutions, estate planning and tax strategies. Michael oversees the firms planned giving advisory department in addition to providing estate planning and estate and trust administration. Academic Recognition Law Review American Jurisprudence award recipient in estates and trusts American Jurisprudence award recipient in federal income tax American Jurisprudence award recipient in corporate taxation Education Juris Doctor, Whittier College School of Law, Los Angeles, CA Masters in Business Administration, California State University Fullerton Bachelor of Arts in business administration with emphasis in accounting, California State University Fullerton Associations Member American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Member of the Association of CPA Financial Planners Past chair for the committee on financial literacy, California Society of CPAs Past secretary and member for the state committee on personal financial planning, California Society of CPAs Past state committee member on estate planning, California Society of CPAs FREE WebEstateGuide for CREPN Listeners
Mar 11, 2015
CREPN Radio Guest Kevin J. Connolly is a 1985 graduate of Fordham University School of Law. He began his career as a real estate lawyer at the firm of Stroock & Stroock & Lavan, where he became the principal in charge of construction law. He recognized at an early date that construction and insurance have a strong connection, If you are IN the construction business And you are not properly insured, Then sooner or later you will be OUT of business, Likely with a bang. Recognizing that connection led Mr. Connolly to enroll in the American Institute for Property-Casualty Insurance in order to receive the same training as an insurance underwriter that is taken by insurance professionals. He recognized that just as we coordinate all the construction documents that go into a contract, so, too, it is crucial to coordinate the terms of the contract with the insurance coverage Lawyers are notorious for cooking up insurance requirements that have no relation to the insurance market. The lawyers’ forms are out of date and often no effort is made to ensure that the insurance program can be made to work. He also learned that other peoples’ insurance must be vetted with a hawk’s eye and an attention to detail. He adopted a mantra that he adheres to to this very day. RTFP Read the FINE policy. There is no substitute for reviewing the actual insurance policy and making sure that it corresponds to the insurance program that is embedded into contracts. Mr. Connolly has found that working out the details in an insurance program before any claims are presented makes a remarkable difference in getting insurance claims handled and paid with a minimum of disruption.
Mar 10, 2015
CREPN Guest Harry Barth is the founding member and the Senior Partner in the firm BarthCalderon, LLP. Harry has more than 40 years of experience counseling franchisees, property owners, business owners, corporations, individuals and families. He has distinguished himself by being an asset protection advocate. He has co-authored a book, " Planning Today For All Your Tomorrow's, a Practical Guide to Help High Income and/or High Net Worth Clients". Important Asset Protection topics we will cover; + Distinction between your business and personal holdings. + Different kinds of creditors and the risk they pose to your property and business. + Choosing proper business structure to minimize your liabilities. + Foreign and domestic tools and techniques. + Estate planning as part of asset protection. + Proper legal entity for your property. + Common mistakes made in setting up and administering LLC's. FREE WebEstateGuide for CREPN Listeners