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Walkable communities are becoming the latest trend in real estate. A walkable community is one in which residents can get to grocery stores, shops, schools, work, cafes, and parks by walking, biking or taking public transit. Realtors® need to be aware of how walkable communities may affect their business and the future of real estate.
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In 1955, Edina, Minnesota housewife and mother of three Emma Rovick borrowed $2,000 and bought a struggling real estate firm in order to make enough money to buy a piano for her daughter


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This webinar will provide advisers to tax-exempt organizations with a practical guide to the fractions rule, which governs the tax implications of allocations between tax-exempt partners and taxable partners. The panel will detail recent IRS guidance permitting certain partnership allocations that may have otherwise violated the fractions rule. The webinar will define the specific issues and challenges the fractions rule presents for exempt organizations in designing an investment strategy.