Richard Dwayne Blair Can Solve Your Insurance Issues As You Engage The Short-Term Tenants

The homeowners of today are exploiting an opportunity driven by Airbnb and other companies to rent part or entire house and make quick and easy cash in return. Many homeowners have joined the new trend in the hotel industry, and they have also contributed to lower prices for hotels rooms in many places across the world. However, the concern is that many of these amateurs’ hoteliers fail to recognize the number of unexpected problems which may arise when they host travelers. For instance, these temporary renters can damage parts of the property that your insurance may not cover. The problem is that the homeowner has the ultimate legal and financial issues that were not anticipated.

 

Experts in insurance will advise you to consider all the elements involved before you make the final decision to rent your property through Airbnb and other organizations. Some issues to consider include insurance coverage. The regular homeowner’s insurance policies do not cover short-term rentals. If you are planning to rent part or your entire home, it is important to know that you will be personally liable for any damages and expenses incurred by your paid guests.

 

The second important point is to understand the various risks that could potentially affect you or your neighbors’ property when you engage is short-term rentals. For instance, short-term tenants can potentially damage your property, you will be liable for any injuries affecting the short-term tenants, theft, illegal activities, and you may also be prone to lawsuits on behalf of the tenants’ actions. Some companies such as Airbnb will tell you that you will be compensated for any damages caused by their clients. It is important to evaluate the conditions placed by the hosting company to understand how to claim for these damages.

 

It is understandable that many homeowners overlook insurance and damages because they believe someone is taking care of the problem. It is only when the property is a mess, or a problem has occurred that they realize they are in a big problem. If you have no time to evaluate these issues, there are insurance professionals who can help you figure out what to do before you engage the short-term rentals. One such professional is Richard Blair, the CEO and founder of Wealth Solutions, Inc. Mr. Blair is specialized in helping clients review their best insurance options and offer advice that suits your needs. He has 22 years of experience is insurance and as a financial advisor.

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Next Generation of Real Estate Leaders Welcomes William Skelley as Its Newest Member

William Skelley founded and remains Chairman and CEO of iFunding, one of the most acknowledged titles in online based real estate investing. Dedicated to alternative real estate investing like crowdsourcing, William Skelley has created an accredited investment vehicle that allows accredited investors pool their money into large capital projects.

William Skelley was invited to be a member of the Next Generation of Real Estate Leaders, an exclusive invite-only organization lead by Michael Stoler, during the group’s first dinner of 2016 at Columbus Citizens Foundation in New York. Skelley recognized for his vision and leadership in crowdfunding real estate investments and joins an elite club of men and women from companies like Carlyle Group, Cushman, and Wakefield, Bank of America, Merrill Lynch, CIT, and Kushner Companies.
When the SEC voted to approve regulations for Title II of the JOBS Act, Skelley quickly adapted to the concept of real estate crowdfunding and has been the industry leader in the growth of iFunding. William Skelley still leads iFunding by directing the business development of the company. iFunding has financed more than 40 real estate projects with a total property value of over $250 million.

Michael Stoller has also recognized William Skelley’s unique skill-set and leadership in the real estate crowdfunding industry with a guest invite to The Stoller Report, a weekly television show focusing on real estate and business trends for 15 years. The Stoller Report episode will deliberate about the recent commercial real estate evolution and will appear during the Spring of 2016.
William Skelley served as an executive intern to Mitt Romney at Bain Capital. He was a principal at Rose Park Advisors and has also worked at General Electric and Olympus. Skelley has also served as an advisor to several start-ups.

iFunding facilitates debt and preferred equity fundraising for a broad range of properties in the residential and commercial sectors. iFunding leads real estate crowdfunding platforms by providing accredited investors the opportunity for investing in quality real estate deals, with as little as $5,000 minimum investment. iFunding will oversee transactions throughout their lifespan and provides all-encompassing information and pellucidity to give investors oversight into their investments.

Brad Reifler’s Top Tips for New Investors

There are certain people that you need to listen to when they try to teach you something. In the world of investing for profit, Brad Reifler is one of them. Brad Reifler is the creator and CEO of Forefront Capital as well as Forefront Investments and he has been a major player in the industry for decades. His work has largely been focused on helping out the ’99 percent’ of investors in the world, as reported by Reuters. Reifler knows how hard it can be to get into the game of investing when you don’t have stacks of cash at your back and that’s why he came up with the following tips to try and help these people out.

When you need to invest your money you need to do one thing above all, Reifler suggests. His first tip to successful and profitable investing is to be wary what you invest in. You don’t want to get into investing for the sake of having money in the game.

Reifler’s next tip is to create a solid relationship with a manager as you try to put your money out into various investments. Having a relationship with a manager that is built on trust means that you will never be struggling to put faith in their advice. A common piece of advice from quality managers, as Brad Reifler points out, is to consistently diversify as well. Don’t put all of your money in the stock market.

Making money with investments isn’t easy and it’s definitely not for the faint of heart. However, following Reifler’s advice can lead to profit sooner than later.  On Wikipedia there’s further information.

George Mason University Becomes Koch Favorite

While the Koch brothers have supported a number of different charities, and universities over the years, one university is quickly becoming a favorite for them; George Mason University.

George Mason University is a private school located a short distance from Washington D.C and is considered to be particularly strong in areas such as law and economics. While there have been a significant number of successful alumni from George Mason University the school is not thought of as a conservative school. This is important because Charles Koch is thought of particularly in accordance with their donations to conservative causes.

The Koch brothers, David and Charles, are multi billionaires who are the majority owners of Koch Industries which earns close to $120 billion per year in revenue. Koch industries is a diversified conglomerate but is centered in the energy industry. The Koch brothers are well known for contributing significant amounts of money to conservative republican political groups. Many of the causes Charles Koch supports are concerned with the expanse of government and are interested in promoting individual growth and development for the good of themselves, as well as for society at large.

Their beliefs and the basic profile of George Mason University as an educational center for higher education is not inconsistent with their belief system. What is inconsistent about the donations to George Mason University is the amount of the donations to this one university.

As an example of the move towards George Mason University if you view the schools that received money from the Koch brothers in recent years, George Mason University emerges as number one with close to $50 million received during the time of 2011 to 2014. No other school received more than $1 million in each year during the time period stated. Since neither Koch brother is an alumni of the school there is little to explain why George Mason University received so much to the school.

The school has recently received a $10 million contribution from the Koch Foundation, along with $20 million from an unnamed donor, in order to rename their law school after the recently deceased conservative Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. While this donation is set aside for the law school, no other gift from Koch had other stipulations assigned to it.

An Experienced Developer, Brian Bonar Understands Finance And Technology

It takes years to properly navigate financial seas. Between contracts, projects, and market inequalities that come from items that cannot be predicted, the modern world of finance is volatile and often unpredictable–unless you’ve got enough experience to identify trends, and where go they lead.

Brian Bonar knows his business. He wasn’t always the high-powered financier he is; he started out working at IBM in the UK, where he spent seventeen years learning his craft intimately. Today, Brian Bonar works as the directing force within Dalrada Financial Corporation; and has done since August of 1995–though this certainly isn’t his only “horse in the race”, as the saying goes. He also runs ITEC–but, as pertains to Dalrada, December of 1999 saw Bonar becoming chairman of the company’s board. Before his advancement, he had served in capacity as the company’s Technology Sales Director.

He worked in this position for a little over a year and a half, from August ’92 through April ’94. At that time he became the Vice President of the company’s sales and marketing division. By September of the same year, he had become the company’s Executive Vice President. By ’97 he became President and COO–that’s: Chief Operating Officer. By ’98 he’d climbed the ladder to the CEO position.

Brian Bonar understands software, and he understands technology. He’s the CEO of ITEC, the Imaging Technologies Corporation. ITEC develops color management software and also integrates digital imaging hardware service organization.

Bonar understands expansion, and he understands what is necessary to continuously facilitate successful business. He understands that increased provision of well-executed services will yield increased returns. He also understands there must be strategy between this increase, as acquisition can’t be done without proper resources, and those don’t exist in a company that doesn’t cautiously approach its technologies; ensuring they work as they should before they’re launched on the public.

Brian Bonar understands sales, and that when putting together a sales team, it must be done in such a way as to get the right sellers in the right spots according to Modern Luxury. Savvy, motivated personnel who enjoy a challenge are a great fit for a sales team, but they may also fit in IT if their people skills aren’t quite right. Bonar has had enough time between ITEC, IBM, and Dalrada to know who goes best where, and allocate them appropriately.

Sales people make the world go round, and Brian Bonar has made it his business to put the right sales people in the right spots in order that the right deals can broker expansion and development. To that end, he’s been a very successful man.