We had a great gathering of almost 30 Land and Investment Property Group members at Coco’s Baker Restaurant in Brea. Brenda & Dean Burnett of Coast to Coast Escrow provided everyone with a great breakfast – that is above and way beyond support for the group!
Dennis Wilson and John Lastelic organized everything and were able to get everyone’s haves and wants discussed while we were eating and still get out at a good time – including the gift exchange!
Thanks to all the great folks that make this group happen.
Everyone have a wonderful holiday season and a prosperous new year.
See you all at the January 6, 2016 meeting (no meeting on 23rd or 30th of December).
Craig Boardman is providing this for your use.
Enclosed is a copy of my 2015 Tax Planning Guide to help you figure out what moves to make before year-end.
Keep this handy.
As you, or your clients / friends have questions, please give me a call. (my M#: 714.624.6207)
Download the guide here 2015 – Tax Planning Guide
Thanks to all of you. Without your efforts this group wouldn’t exist ! Lew Elliott
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After many years at the Coco’s Restaurant in Huntington Beach we are now meeting at: Coco’s Restaurant at 1250 E. Imperial Highway (Highway 90), Brea, CA 92821. Meetings are at the same time – 9:00 AM
Coco’s Restaurant, 1250 E. Imperial Highway, Brea, CA 92821 (Just west of 57 Freeway on Imperial)
Map to Cocos Bakery Restaurant.
See you there this Wednesday!
Name: George Krajacic
I’m publishing a weekly newsletter that includes a summary of upcoming So Cal REI club meetings including Land & Investment Property Group’s.
5 ADA Accessibility Myths from Hunter Kitchens, In: “Facility System Solutions”
Don’t let these common misconceptions trip you up.
If you’re like most business owners, when you think of the Americans with Disabilities Act, you think of employee-related buzzwords like “reasonable accommodations,” the “interactive process,” and whether workers can perform the “essential functions” of their jobs. It’s a major undertaking to educate management on these few phrases alone, but they actually pertain to only one of the five sections that comprise the ADA (specifically, Title I, which covers employment).
Here is a portion of an article from National Real Estate Investor Magazine discussing the role of CMBS or “Conduit” loan in the Apartment lending space. We are seeing more and more transactions where the buyer of larger apartment complexes consider the advantages of CMBS financing over traditional financing thru banks and Fannie and Freddie. CMBS is getting a little more aggressive but still underwriting is sound. They are not allowing projected rents to be used to size the loan like they did prior to the market crash in 2008.
If you are using a Yahoo or Hotmail address you should change to a Gmail address – better yet – get your email@example.com address. On the other hand if you want to maintain your “old school” image keep on using those old addresses.
By the way – do NOT cancel those old addresses – just start using the new address in current applications.
Download a compilation of the rules for working with property in another state.
BLGBus RE State License Portability Chart