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    Real Estate Round Table - Resegregation

    in Real Estate

    Homeownership is one of the most important life decisions you will ever make in your life. Before making that purchase that has life-altering effects, you need to have all the information you can get your hands on and that is precisely what this show is all about. Powered by The Power Is Now Media, and hosted by Eric Frazier The First Time Homebuyer Seminar is a show that’s never limited when it comes to the topics of discussion. Why? Because Eric wants to prepare you for the journey that’s ahead of you. 
    The Power Is Now Media is an online multimedia company founded in 2009 by Eric L. Frazier and is headquartered in Riverside, California. We are advocates for homeownership, wealth building and financial literacy for low to moderate-income and minority communities.
    The First Time Homebuyer Seminar happens every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month and it is a show you don’t want to miss if you have a dream of owning a house someday. Come learn about budgeting, closing costs, down payment programs, and a host of other beneficial assistance programs provided by the state of California. Remember, this is an event taking place just twice a month, interact with Eric live to get answers to your questions. This is a one time opportunity.
    Also, do not forget to tune in to other programs and events hosted by the Power Is Now media. Happening every Monday is a 15-30 minute motivation program hosted by Eric to help you start your week positively. Catch him again every 2nd and 4th Friday with industry professionals as they analyze real estate markets on the special Marketing Session live Program. 

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    Investing in multi-unit building's and projects. - Neal Bawa weighs in...

    in Real Estate

    Neal Bawa brings extremely strong strategic and operational experience to his businesses. He owns and manages an extensive Multifamily and single family portfolio of over 1,000 units in 7 U.S. States, valued at over $111 Million. Neal speaks at Multifamily events, IRA events & meetups across the country. Nearly 2,000 students attend his multifamily seminar series each year and hundreds attend his Multifamily boot camps. He is the co-founder of the largest Multifamily Investing Meetup in the U.S. (BAMF), with 3000 members. He leads the company and is driving the syndication and acquisition of multifamily properties. Neal’s past experience includes 17 years of revenue (P&L) experience as the senior-most executive in a California education company with over 350 employees and $40MM in revenue.

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  • 00:09

    Can You Invest In Real Estate As a Home School Family?

    in Real Estate

    Home school families often have one supporting income as one parent stays home to be with the children. Often the stay at home parent is looking for extra sources of income either through part-time jobs or home business. I will give you 5 tips for getting started in real estate investing as a business.
    1. Invest in yourself
    2. Get educated
    3. Consider your current skills
    4. Network
    5. Joint Venture

  • 00:31

    Sustainable Landscaping with Cassy Aoyagi

    in Real Estate

    “Planting a native garden has endless upward spiral of benefits to homes, schools, communities and environment.“
    Cassy Aoyagi is a LEED accredited practitioner, a board member of the USGBCLA and president of FormLA Landscaping, a full-service design+build and maintenance firm. She believes LA’s authentic, native beauty can save LA - from drought, fire, flooding and slides, all while improving our health and economic resilience. During more than 20 years in business, Cassy’s firm, FormLA has added nearly 1.5 million square feet of authentic, native habitat to Los Angeles, ranging from Tujunga to Playa Del Rey, western Malibu to the San Marina foothills. That involved removing about 200,000 square feet of thirsty lawn – the rough equivalent of 40 football fields or 750 tennis courts!
    Cassy offers various observation and practical tips in the topic of sustainable residential landscaping:
    Current trends in the residential landscapes:  Downward spiral effect of having lawn:  “Cost savings out of lawn can amount to college tuition after 10 years.” Benefit of planting a native garden. Actionable and simples tips to start: If you don’t have a yard, planting a window garden with something edible or something that attracts butterflies can be a good investment for you, especially for kids to learn. A few tips for fire-prevention.