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A recent investigation revealed that "steering" continues to be pervasive despite being illegal under the Fair Housing Act. Check out NAR’s guidance and learn how to avoid the prohibited practice here.
From fashion design work in India, to a corporate career with Nordstrom... to leaving that career to flip 40+ houses in 6 years – all in one of the hottest markets on the planet! Seattle investor Leka Devatha has quite a story to tell, and a lot of hard-won wisdom too! From her 6 tips for finding and keeping great contractors, to the exact criteria she uses when looking for a flip opportunity, Leka spills the beans and outlines a framework you can apply whether you choose to flip, BRRRR, wholesale, or buy and hold. We cover a crucial tax tip for anyone hiring a contractor, ever. Leka shares an unexpected silver lining brought on by the pandemic. And your mind will be blown when she tells how a "cosmetic" flip opportunity morphed into 3-year odyssey and wound up rewarding her with a 7-figure (yes, 7-figure) payday. Give Leka (pronounced "LAY-kuh") a follow on Instagram and let her know if you appreciate this episode... and make sure you subscribe to the show in your favorite podcast app, so you won't miss the next one.
NAR maintains that the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing requirement in the Fair Housing Act is critically important to achieving a housing market free from discrimination, increasing access to homeownership, and ending segregated living patterns.
The House of Representatives extended the SBA Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) through August 8, 2020.
H.R. 2 combines significant investment in surface transportation and mass transit, broadband access, water infrastructure and affordable housing.
NAR sent a letter to the Housing Appropriations Subcommittee for HUD's FY2021 budget, requesting additional funding for fair housing and housing counseling.
NAR joined a coalition of housing, finance, and consumer groups requesting an extension of the FHFA's comment period on its proposed capital rule.
Are you tired of toiling in the trenches... and ready to run a business that cranks out profits without your constant involvement? That's what today's guest has managed to do! In this episode, Michigan-based investor Mike Simmons shares exactly how he went from moderate success to $1 million in annual profit. You'll learn why Mike switched gears from flipping to wholesaling real estate, what he's learned from spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on various marketing channels, and the four-point checklist you must use when considering any kind of partnership. Ultimately, expert marketing tactics are fine and well. But to scale, you've got to master leadership and hiring—topics Mike covers in great detail here and in his new book, Level Jumping. So pick up a copy (see link below), and share this episode with a friend, family member, or fellow investor who you think would enjoy it!
In this holding the CFPB Director now serves “at will” and can be fired at the discretion of the President.