Live, Online Interactive Real Estate Chat with JW Najarian 12/16/15 @ 5:30 pm, PST


Commencing 2016, we will be doing a live, online, interactive, weekly, real estate chat on any and all real estate subjects. These will generally be audience driven discussions with portions of the shows, pre-planned by me, with the intention of fostering audience participation and discussion. Topic discussions are wide open and can include, what’s going on in... Read more


Are You Making the Best Use of Your Time & Skills? Hiring an Assistant or Outsourcing

Have you just been bursting to give advice to other brokers on how to do things right? Well, now is your chance. We are going to help Allen Buchanan best prepare for bringing his son-in-law into the real estate business.

Rather than our usual format, we are going to treat this radio show as a problem solving forum where the listeners become the heavy participants and become more the speakers than the listeners.

Among other things, we will discuss: How to best prepare for a new trainee? What can or should a trainee do both over the short term and long term? Best training practices? How soon should they join organizations such as Boma and CCIM? How much should they be paid and how effective is the bonus or commission system? How to best involve them in social media and when?


Raising Money to Buy Commercial Real Estate

Learn what is expected of you and how your responsibilities differ from when you are representing yourself. “It’s a different world when you are investing other people’s money.”

CRE Radio presents a special interview with Burton Young, President of Sperry Van Ness before his presentation at the SVN Broker Forum.

Green Building Opus #1

Last week, the Los Angeles Times published an article about a home builder’s efforts to construct “green” homes that produce as much energy as they consume.  This seemed like a great idea, appealing to my sense of social consciousness and innovation, but leaving serious questions in my mind about the economics of going green.  For quite some time, I... Read more