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RERL-1718- Growing your business – Caught In The Middle

This week many cities across the US started phase 1 of relaxing restrictions and reopening the economy. It’s a big step towards normalcy that we have been looking forward to, even if there are new rules to follow. Council Member Johnny Khamis calls in today to talk about San Jose’s phase in, and the effect…

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Netflix, Facebook, Google – These are all companies deemed too big to fail. Ideally these companies grow based on infrastructure with fixed costs and are not reliant on fluctuating employee headcount. Where business loyalty keeps startups from going under, strong revenue coupled with conservative accounting and cash management will keep large businesses afloat as we…

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@The last few years you’ve heard Joe talk a lot about how drastic changes are coming to the industry and for at least one company they’re finally here. Keller Williams is the newest of real estate companies that are coming forward sharing new visions and new models to benefit the consumer. In the first installment…

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It’s always a good feeling for realtors and lenders alike to help someone get into their very first home. That feeling only multiplies when half of the people you are assisting selflessly served the country you live in. Military and Veteran Lending expert, Rick Elmendorf, calls in today as he tells Joe all about the…

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We are so dedicated to ensuring that our Real Estate Radio LIVE podcast series serves as a top provider of education & information, that we forget (but are EXTREMELY proud to share!) that our platform is making an impact on the globalization of real estate too! As we tackle the second edition of ‘Moving In & Moving Out’ today’s…

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One thing many Bay Area seniors have working to their advantage right now is incredible amounts of equity. Joe sits down with reverse mortgage specialist, Bill Benson, to show us the ins and outs of a reverse mortgage that make retirement more comfortable for our seniors. Is the Bay Area ripe for the reverse mortgage…

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