Author: J. Darrin Gross

Stacy Kennedy Stacy Kennedy[/caption] CREPN #8  The 1 2 3 Apartment Turnaround with Stacy Kennedy Her proven 1,2,3 system to an apartment turnaround covers acquisition, system installation to turn your property into a performing asset.  Including the A, B, C offer, cash, conventional & seller financing.

How to identify a target under performing prospect and how to increase the revenue.

How to identify a prospective property, understanding the numbers, and over coming the fear with real data. In 2003, Stacy Kennedy was rapidly climbing the ladder of corporate success… but going in the wrong direction. [x_audio_embed][/x_audio_embed]   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.

Michael Bader Michael Ba[/caption] Real Estate Investor Tax Talk with Michael Bader Michael provides insight to the risks and change in laws respective to rental property repair regulations for property investors. [x_audio_embed][/x_audio_embed]       He makes clear the importance to meet with your Accountant to strategize for your tax liability early in the year while you have time to minimize your tax liability versus waiting until after the end of the year.

Tax law changes effecting business owners include:

  • Capital Improvements versus Capital Expenditures

Harry Barth Harry Barth[/caption] CREPN #5 Protect Your Property & Business From Predators, Creditors, Liens & Judgements with Harry Barth 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.   [x_audio_embed][/x_audio_embed]   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".

Brent Sobol Brent Sobol[/caption] CREPN #3 Kicking Crime out of Your Apartment Community with Brent Sobol of Sobol Realty and Legacy Community Housing Corporation provides insight into crime problems in apartment communities, stories about properties he has successfully turned to crime free, and steps that landlords and management can implement to change their property from a crime zone to a crime FREE zone. [x_audio_embed][/x_audio_embed]   Brent has ownership in 3000 units and is actively engaged in the daily operation and management of property in Atlanta, GA.  Brent's non profit organization promotes respectable affordable housing as well as educates the apartments industry on crime free housing best practices. Brent explains the economics and transformative opportunity to be a responsible landlord and make a difference by providing clients, tenants, a safe place to live. Brent tells how he purchased a problem property and made the decision to fight to make the property a desirable place to live for his tenants.  Brent believes it takes hard work, but the reward is worth it.

Allen Buchanan Allen Buchanan[/caption] We discuss CRE Marketplace & Land Mines of Industrial & Warehouse Space with CREPN Guests: Allen C. Buchanan, shareholder at Lee & Associates. Allen is a Commercial Real Estate Broker, Industrial & Warehouse Distribution location specialist in Orange County, Southern California. [x_audio_embed][/x_audio_embed]   Allen enjoys a client base of closely held ownership business including both property owners & tenants. The current Orange County CRE Industrial Marketplace of Orange County, California is experiencing a thirty-five year inventory low.  Ninety-six percent occupancy makes it an Owners market, with no need to offer concessions.  Demand is so strong, that owners have their pick of multiple eligible tenants.