Episode 63 of the Crushing Debt Podcast is our interview with Juliet Kyes of ActionCOACH Tampa Bay.
One way to eliminate debt is to work with a business coach and ActionCOACH Tampa Bay is one of the best, not only in the Tampa Bay area, but also within the ActionCOACH Franchise.
Juliet and I discuss:
- The Five Ways, which is an ActionCOACH system designed to help increase results in business.
- The ActionCOACH library of materials.
- OMG! WTF? What's the Focus?: A Guide for Building an Actionable Business Plan by the ActionCOACH Tampa Bay team. You can find it here on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/OMG-WTF-Whats-Focus-Actionable/dp/0692443290/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1495052695&sr=8-1&keywords=juliet+kyes
And other great material!
You can reach Juliet by going to her website: www.ActionCOACHTampaBay.com
In this week's episode, we explain the difference between an Eviction, and Ejectment and an Unlawful Detainer lawsuit.
Sometimes, landlords and even Courts and attorneys confuse the difference between the three types of cases.
All three types of lawsuits accomplish the same goal - getting someone or something off or out of the owner's property. However, how we get there is different for each type of lawsuit.
In this week's episode of the Crushing Debt Podcast, we interview Andrew Gordon with Reliable Claims Adjusting. Andrew is a Public Adjuster - meaning he works for the insured (the homeowner) versus the insurance company.
Andrew is the insured's advocate against the insurance company to maximize recovery when there is a loss that is covered by insurance.
In this week's episode, we discuss some things people can do to protect themselves either before or after a loss has occurred. Andrew also discovers a few of his success stories.
If you've suffered a loss to your home, or what to know what to do in the event you suffer a loss at your house, contract Andrew at 813-786-5771 or http://www.reliableclaimsadjusting.com/
I polled a group of about 100 FL Realtors on which residential real estate contract is better for Buyers or Sellers, the "As-Is" Contract or the Repair Limit contract. The answers are in this week's Crushing Debt Podcast!
I regularly speak at BABA (Become A Better Agent) for Insured Title Company. The last time I spoke, we debated the pros and cons of the two versions of the Florida Real Estate Contract in use by most FL Realtors.
The "As-Is" contract gives the buyer the right to cancel the contract after doing inspections, if the Buyer finds that the property is not acceptable.
The "Repair Limit" contract allows the seller to fix the property up to a certain repair limit. If the repairs exceed that limit, either party can cancel the contract, or the Buyer can agree to make repairs in excess of the dollar repair limit.
Which do you think is better for Sellers? Which do you think is better for Buyers?