HOW TOP REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS GENERATE QUALITY LEADS-WAS A SUCCESS

Delta Media Group

Delta Media Group offered a solution to a industry challenge when it comes to non-integration of systems. They launched The Fusion Project, which is a seamless, integrated and automated system for all of your real estate marketing and technology needs. Jonathan Blood stated, "The seamless and efficient operation of a real estate business is critical to it's success." The Fusion Project integrates listing videos, website chat, email marketing, search engine optimization, lead generation, traffic generation, customer reviews, pay per click, social media marketing, and mobile websites. Mike Minard stated, "Any one looking to grow their real estate business must continually look at how to improve their business and marketing systems. These systems should be growing their business while taking less of their time."
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Spotlight

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017, the most significant revision to the U.S.  tax code since 1986, reduced the headline corporate tax rate from 35% to 21%. Businesses have already responded to the fiscal stimulus, which was designed to make the country more competitive within the global marketplace. Apple recently announced a plan to invest $350 billion in the U.S. over five years that includes creating 20,000 jobs and building a new corporate campus. However, corporations are not the primary beneficiary of tax reform.

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Build-To-Rent – What is it and how can you profit

As an investor, taking advantage of diverse sectors is crucial to your success. In my next webinar I’m covering groundbreaking, never-before-covered content on an overlooked but booming sector that’s changing the U.S. real estate market.
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Passive Activity Losses in Real Estate

Understand how to properly capture passive activity income in order to utilize available passive losses.Due to multiple new 2019 rules, this program will present topics that are essential for tax season. We saw the initial introduction of the TCJA mandated rules in the 2018 tax filing season including; Section 199A deductions, interest expense limitations, and limitations on the use of excess business losses. Losses will now require new ordering priorities and computations. The topic will present examples of the relationship between these various new rules. We will also discuss the computations essential for the calculations of net operating losses and how they are utilized after the TCJA. An additional highlight of the program will be a discussion of how to properly capture passive activity income in order to utilize available passive losses.
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In-Building Wireless and Emerging 5G and CBRS Technology – The Potential Impact on Commercial Real Estate

Realcomm

There are nearly 5B mobile phone users in the world today. We’ve recently surpassed the 50% mark and now over half are smartphone users who are gobbling up bandwidth with live media and immersive content faster than the carriers can supply it. And with so many IoT devices coming online, from video security to automobiles, the demand is increasing exponentially. Although still a couple of years away, 5G and CBRS have not only become hot topics for carriers, telecom equipment manufacturers and end-users, but also building owners and tenants. Despite the high level of interest, there are still numerous questions on how building owners will actually connect with these technologies, and how they’ll impact tenants and visitor’s consumption of data. In this webinar we’ll explore how CRE stakeholders can best prepare to take advantage of these groundbreaking new technologies.
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Customer Spotlight with McPherson Contractors

Procore

Find out directly from a Procore client how and why they chose Procore to run their projects. Darren Younker will talk about how McPherson Contractors went through the software-buying process; plus, he'll save time to answer any and all of your questions at the end.
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Spotlight

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017, the most significant revision to the U.S.  tax code since 1986, reduced the headline corporate tax rate from 35% to 21%. Businesses have already responded to the fiscal stimulus, which was designed to make the country more competitive within the global marketplace. Apple recently announced a plan to invest $350 billion in the U.S. over five years that includes creating 20,000 jobs and building a new corporate campus. However, corporations are not the primary beneficiary of tax reform.

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