Apr 28, 2015
Guest Lee Honish discusses the Traditional CRE marketplace and the leverage the internet will bring to the Commercial Real Estate Market. Lee is: ADVOCATE, Author, Real Estate Consultant and FORMER Head Loss Mitigator: IndyMac Bank with 22+ years Asset Management backgroundFEEL FREE TO GOOGLE ME, BING ME OR YAHOO SEARCH ME AND TRY AND FIND ANY NEGATIVE FEEDBACK!For the past three years Lee Honish has conducted more than 500 seminars, training over 40 thousand agents how to rescue families from the nightmare of foreclosure. “It is not as difficult to work with the banks as people have led you to believe. Banks want to sell these properties, not own them,” says Honish.Honish had a 20+ year career as a foreclosure asset manager/loss mitigator working for large mortgage lenders. Early in 2007, he knew that agents needed to know what the banks know in order to close short sales in record time. He developed a program that has a 99% close ratio, which is both astonishing and truly making a difference. “It is satisfying to provide useful education to a group of professionals in our nation that desperately need to work together. Real estate professionals just need to put the right strategy to work for them, so they can be a part of the solution, not a part of the problem.”I no longer work for Short Sale Genius.
Apr 23, 2015
Guest Marlee P Shaw is a multi talented & entertaining business owner of MPS Direct LLC specializing in providing for clients of Class A Apartment Properties the Commercial Patio, Pool & Site Furniture, Site Amenities,Design, and Purchasing. Marlee P Shaw is: Daughter to wonderful parentsParent to 3 Grandparent to 10Published PoetStory Teller Who’s Who in American WomenNationally Certified Driving Instructor for Porsche Club of AmericaSMU Graduate in Marketing & Public RelationsStudied @ UCLA for Commercial interior Design & ArchitectureOwner of MPS Direct LLC Clients look to Marlee for more than furnishings as she works to create value in the relationship, and clients love her for it. When the little things really matter.
Apr 21, 2015
Guest Randy Rhoads is an Architect with more than 28 years of experience in the design of residential, commercial/retail, educational, and governmental/ institutional projects. Randy is a Vice President / Project Architect at McCormack Baron Salazar where his main responsibility is to guide the physical plan from initial master plan conception through construction in order to guarantee a solution of a high-functioning, high-quality, well-designed, safe, connected community. Randy was the lead architect on a number of notable projects including: 6 North in St. Louis, MO, the first multi-family, mixed-income building in the U.S. to incorporate universal design features into every unit. He was the lead project architect Tremont Pointe in Cleveland, OH, which was one of the first affordable housing developments to be awarded the Green Communities Criteria Certification University Place Homes in Memphis, TN, which achieved LEED for Homes Certification in 2009 and LEED-ND certification in 2010. Most recently, Mr. Rhoads led the design work on Legends Park West in Memphis, TN, which was awarded funding in 2009 under the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s competitive ARRA 2009 Green Communities Program. Legends Park West has received Enterprise Green Community Criteria Certification and has earned Energy Star for Homes Certification. For mor information visit www.mccormackbaron.com
Apr 9, 2015
Rob Finlay is a businessman who has devoted his career to nurturing entrepreneurship, identifying innovative solutions to everyday challenges, and giving back to the community through various charitable endeavors. Mr. Finlay is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of QuietStream. His business success is built on a foundation of experience and accomplishment on Wall Street, during which time he held positions with major firms, including Credit Suisse First Boston, Lehman Brothers and Deutsche Bank, where he specialized in capital markets and commercial real estate. In 2000, Mr. Finlay founded Commercial Defeasance, LLC, which remains the industry pioneer and leader in the defeasance of commercial real estate loans. Responding to the ever increasing needs of his client base, Mr. Finlay expanded the size of his professional team and the scope of the support they would offer commercial real estate investors. They added corporate entities that addressed investor management, underwriting, funding for commercial properties, legal document organization, data sharing among brokers, investment listings, turn-key commercial website design, and more. In 2013, all of these support services were brought together under QuietStream Financial, allowing commercial real estate investors to engage one company which had the capabilities of responding to a host of investing needs. Outside of the boardroom, Mr. Finlay serves on many philanthropic boards. He also has earned equal distinction both as a race car driver and as an accomplished pilot. Mr. Finlay is an alumnus of Southern New Hampshire University and resides in Charlotte, North Carolina with his wife Karin and their four children.
Apr 7, 2015
David Fantin is a Real Estate Advisor, Entrepreneur and Investor, Commercial Real Estate Consultant, Acquisitions Expert, Broker Investor, entrepreneur, consultant, negotiator, radio show host, philanthropist, and athlete— David’s experience in all of these roles affords him the knowledge and fervor to provide commercial real estate partnership opportunities, as well as consulting guidance on commercial real estate acquisitions and brokerage representation in your real estate investment opportunities. As a real estate investor, David Fantin hold interests in companies that own 818 apartment units, commercial properties and residential investment real estate. INTERO REALTY ASSETS | REALTY INCOME SHARES: Through one of his affiliate companies, Intero Realty Assets, David provides investors partnership opportunities to potentially attain double digit returns and appreciation in commercial real estate investments, an alternative/addition to traditional investments like stocks and bonds. These professionally managed hard assets are ideally suited for the "hands off" investor. INTERO REALTY ADVISORS: For the active or "hands on” real estate investor/owner, Mr. Fantin provides consulting and broker representation on a national basis with over $500 million in real estate investment transactions have been brokered. Credentials include the following: Texas Real Estate Broker Maryland Real Estate Broker Florida Real Estate Broker Member - National Apartment Association GLOBAL SPORTS FOUNDATION: In his role as philanthropist and in his 501(c)(3) non-profit foundation, David has gained enormous respect for the necessity of preparing for the future and in helping others to do the same.
Apr 6, 2015
Edwin Kelly is the Director of Education at Specialized IRA Services Edwin has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Smart Money Magazine as well as featured on CNBC. Edwin is a frequent guest on radio and television including being a guest expert on the Money Show. Edwin’s formal background includes an MBA and he was formerly a Registered Investment Advisor consulting to institutional clients like the Bank of New York. He is America’s foremost expert on helping regular everyday people achieve true financial security and freedom by combining the power of Self Directed IRA’s with Real Estate Investing, Tax Liens and Private Lending. Get your FREE SELF DIRECTED IRA WEALTH EXPLOSION KIT
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