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Women Entrepreneurs, they wanna get into real estate investing, however they see it as a challenge.

I'm not excluding you gentlemen, but this here is mainly gonna be directed towards an overall, but mainly towards the women entrepreneurs to help them, just as well as the gentlemen, how to get into real estate investment, okay? And the first thing you have to do understanding that even though [01:32] ____... Number one, you have to have... You have to clean your credit, okay? And the reason that I say clean your credit, it's because even with hard money lenders, they're not trusting. Some of them, if you've been out there long enough, they'll deal with you. But if you're a newbie coming into the game, hard money lenders, they're gonna see what's on your credit. They're gonna look and see if you ever owned any type of real estate before. Because again, as I told you all before, your credit is your personality. Your credit tells a lot about you, whether it may be true or not, it does say a lot about you.

That's the reason that I try to encourage you all. First, fix your credit. And it doesn't take a long time to fix your credit. I know there's a lot of credit repair companies out here that have disappointed many of you with the credit process. That's the reason that, with our program, I implemented the escrow accounts. So, that way, it protects you as the consumer, as well as making sure that the job gets done. That means that you put that money in escrow, and the repair company cannot access that funding until they are able to show that they have cleaned the credit, at least between 75% to 80% of that credit. So, there's no way that you're gonna be taken advantage of, not if you're coming through my company, okay? And we have four different divisions that deal with credit, plus an in-house attorney, which is very good. 1-888-883-3013

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I had been being becoming annoyed with a lot of my female clients lately and I didn't know why. Checking out this Forbes post made it clear to me why I was feeling the way I was feeling. It was because to me they were seeming to constantly be apologizing. 

Yes the "I'm Sorry" syndrome. I would imagine it comes from our cultures emphasis on being polite. "You don't want to be rude"; "You don't want to be an inconvience"; "Don't be a burden"; "Speak Only When Spoken To." All of these concepts would lead women to be more apologetic then men. 

In her article:

Why Are Women Always Apologizing

 Ruchika Tulshyan mentions the Confidence Gap. It seems that :"The commercial also comes at a time when there’s much talk about a confidence gap that holds women back from succeeding at work. Indeed, over-apologizing could be feeding into this. In an Atlantic article “The Confidence Gap,” the authors state: “A lack of confidence informs a number of familiar female habits. Take the penchant many women have for assuming the blame when things go wrong, while crediting circumstance—or other people—for their successes. (Men seem to do the opposite.)” One way women tend to assume blame? By over-apologizing." 

Hence the source of my annoyance. It's a knee jerk reaction to when you are blaming someone for something. Let me put it this way, when some does something to cause you to blaming them did they do something that pleases you or annoys you?

This is an AH HA moment for me. I've been running around all this time feeling annoyed and didn't see what was really triggering it.  I like the commercial. The only thing is don't go overboard in the opposite direction and I think that's what the last woman did when she snatches the blanket.

The objective is not to apologize for things you have no overtly apparent reason to be sorry for. You're new to marketing your going to make mistakes. You don't have to apologize for making a boo boo. Just correct it if you can or not repeat it in the future.

I know one thing, I will not say I'm sorry for Apologizing being short of patience at time. Forgive me. Let me know what your thoughts are.
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Lease Freakin' U Out

10744059675?profile=originalLease freakin' you out ... well you are not alone and if the lease doesn't freak you then something is definitely wrong.  The lease as we know is a complex document and it is meant to be that way.  It is full of legalese and I can say in my 10+ years of being in the commercial real estate leasing, lease administration and property management industry of reviewing leases I have yet to see a simple lease.  The lease is so complex that major companies hire its own legal and accounting departments to handle its lease issues.  So, if the major companies takes such precaution where does that leave the little man.  Think about  all the commercial tenants, landlords and property management companies that don't have these resources or for that matter who are clueless.  Yes, the lease should freak' people out - it is so convoluted.


How do we get pass this over rated document?  Knowledge, preparation and prevention should always at the forefront when addressing any concern dealing with the lease.  The 5 W's, how and if should always be addressed in each provision prior to executing the document.


A simple notice provision, as it may seem, could trigger default, litigation and fees.  How?  To not send notices as specified, not in the t time frame, etc.  Yes, a simple notice provision could trigger a disaster if misunderstood or overlooked.


Yes, the lease should be freakin' u out, if you are not knowledgeable, prepared and able to implement prevention measures to stop you from being in a bad situation.  You shouldn't learn about the the various situations your lease can put you in as you go, but prior to ... through research.  Believe me it pays off.


In truth knowledge is expensive and very few people are giving this kind of knowledge away.  And the profit margin is high for the attorney, accountant, property management company, etc. which stand to gain through individuals not being knowledgeable of the lease, the situations that revolve and/or may revolve around the lease.   Yes, the lease should be freakin' u out.


I know the lease can freak the tenant, landlord and property management company out having been in the role of the property management company/landlord and tenant ... that is why I can honestly relate and talk to all parties and tie these roles together and say one does not work without the other. 


Don't let the lease freak u out.  Study to show yourself approved, not ashamed and able to speak up for yourself.

Tune into Know Ya Rights - CRE Lease Talk blog radio, also for tidbits.  CRE Lease is keeping it real and bringing the commercial tenant, landlord and property management company information based up on over 10 years experience, knowledge and education in the commercial real estate property management, lease administration and leasing industry.


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I was recently asked about my endeavor, so I thought I would share with all. I am not an attorney, as I inform everyone before I speak on real estate, the information I provide is for informational purposes and laws vary from state to state that one should consult with their advisor for a particular situation as every situation is different. But over the years I have worked with attorneys and attorneys with me on behalf of the landlord on various legal matters pertaining to the tenant. Most of these cases worked out in the best interest of the landlord, because financially the tenant wasn't able to hire an attorney or just didn't have a clue.As for my knowledge of leases and the have to know and understand what you are reading as a real estate manager, portofolio anaylst and real estate office manager...because you are consistently referring or reveiwing the lease on one issue or another. My experience and continuous work and training in this field has put me in a position to educate those that are without, on the concepts of leasing. I give tips as to what the tenant should look for before, during and after thier tenancy. It takes years of experience, a love of the business and most of all a concern for the tenant. I am licensed in real estate, have degree in business management and pursuing my RPA...I am a portfolio analyst currently for Fortune 500 companies (confidentiality purposes I can not disclose the names). Therefore, I read leases on a daily basis on behalf of my clients and have been reading leasing over the past 9+ years. Some think it is boring, but I love it. Have to have a love for what you do...God laid upon my heart to write the book to lay a foundation for the commercial tenant to build upon when doing business with a landlord or property management company. Also, God led me to the ning networks, blog talk radio and various other resources were I could promote awareness to the small to midsize commercial tenant of thier options and potential savings. Because I was clueless, I didn't know where to begin on this journey. God continues to open doors and I am going to step through them to do the work he has set before.We love our attorneys, but most of the leases I have read are poorly written and contain a lot of grey areas, especially when it come to the tenant and I am not the first to say. And sure I will not be the last. I am not putting all the blame on the attorneys for poorly written leases, because fault do lie with the landlord, the landlord originally have the lease written by an attorney for a particular tenant and then they use that lease as a standard lease for all tenants. Because most landlords are cheap (on a budget) and it costs money to have an attorney review a document. So, then the landlord gives it to their leasing agent who is supposely trained/hired to edit the lease on behalf of the landlord (on behalf of the landlord). Their focus is to get the lease signed, in and out. He is a sales man.So my mission is to inform, give a heads up through whatever means God directs.Valencia:-)Author & Commercial Tenant Consultant'10 Commandments for Dealing w/Landlords - What U the Commercial Tenant May Not Know?'www.EyeSpyManagement.netvalencia.mackie@EyeSpyManagement.net901.399.0967
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