Planning to purchase first rental investment property next spring. Any books or articles recommendations for basics?
Hi all- I’m new to real estate investing. What are some books/ reading materials you would recommend to learn about selecting the right investment property, things to look out for, laws etc.?
Please keep sharing and talking about the doom and gloom of NYC. That equals cheap real estate for us natives that can finally now start thinking about buying something. Please keep saying that NYC will never come back (and don't pick up any history book)... 🙏🙏🙏
What are some of your go to resources -books, courses, blogs, to learn about investing -fundamentals and technical analysis.
I don’t think I have enough saved (80-100k) to justify a financial advisor. But I also was never taught/learned about money management and planning. Are there any good resources or books in which I could learn about how to invest in my retirement?
What are your best personal finance tips and sources of information? I’m the household CFO by default, and I need to get more savvy about budgeting / planning / investing so my money works harder for me. Any good programs, books or courses you’ve taken? Any good tips or hacks you want to share? Teach me your ways!
What’s the best real estate investing book you read that isn’t 80% full of the motivational fluff but gives concrete info?
How do you get better at contract negotiations? (I’m a 4th yr. in commercial real estate) I feel like I’m generally good at pulling together an initial draft of an agreement (ex PSAs)...but I struggle when comments come back. Specifically, I struggle with reading newly proposed language & deciding what stays, what goes, & what needs to be tweaked. Are there books I can read (or CLEs I can watch) to get better at this?
What are some of the best books you’ve read about people and investing? Such as dealing with people (business psychology almost) and then investing (real estate more specifically)! I am looking for books that give practical advice, not just big picture theory and motivation.
Looking to start investing with ~$5K. Read a book about investing but I’m still scared to just go into my Vanguard acct & dump my money there. Where do I start? Is now a good time
Good books or online sources to learn investing?
What is the best book to read to learn about investing in general or investing in real estate
Hi guys! Looking to learn about real estate investing! I am a senior in college graduating with a degree in finance so I understand certain aspects, but am looking to learn more on my own about real estate specifically! What books would you recommend I read?
Anyone have any book recommendations for real estate investing? There’s a lot of crap out there. Looking for a more serious book for someone who already understands finance and real estate basics.
Suggestions for books on getting started with investing for someone who doesn’t know shit??? The someone who doesn’t know shit is me, FYI
Hi, I'm looking for book recommendations on mortgages / financing your first real estate deal. Any recommendations? Let me know if you have any general book recs for first time homeowners. Thank you!
Looking for book recommendations; any favorites? Interested in both fiction and educational/self-improvement (for example, investment / finance books, time management, etc). I feel my vocab is...
I want to start investing, but I’m overwhelmed by where to start. Any advice on a good book that would give me an initial road map. Also, what platform would you recommend for beginners? Thanks
Chem classroom social media. Do you use it? I have recently started and had a lot of success this year in terms of student and parent engagement. Please feel free to follow @johnstonchemistry on IG
Platinum in SPG/Marriott. Which SPG or Marriott property would anyone recommend in Dubai? Planning to be in Dubai during New Year eve..
How do you get past imposter syndrome? Someone more senior than me is encouraging me to apply to a role that I feel totally unqualified for. I hate my current job, but I’m good at it and am scared to fail the interview for this new position. I feel like if it doesn’t work out I’m letting the people who support me down :(
Anyone know if companies are doing virtual holiday parties and if so, what are they doing? I’m tasked with planning mine, but if I have to sit on another awkward zoom happy hour I might just explode. Open to suggestions or ideas. My team is spread out internationally, so even sending a stupid “swag” gift is next to impossible.
Nyc 🐠- I am looking for a civil surgeon to complete the immigration medical exam. Any pointers for a cost effective option in NYC? Also, I don’t have my immunization records and guess i will have to undertake all the shots again 😩 Last thing I want to do is go into a medical facility during Covid but here I am.
I learned the other day that Deloitte counts PTO against your chargeability. Is this common with most firms? (ACN doesn't count PTO in chargeability calculations.)
Anybody work at Amazon? Are their offers negotiable? My husband got an offer for a senior position in the VA office paying $120k plus $20k bonus plus 13 shares of stock that vest over 4 years. My husband has ~6 years of experience (2 yrs midsize PA plus various industry roles) so the senior title is low but have heard you have to take a step down in title to work at Fortune 25 companies. He likes the offer but not sure if he should negotiate for more because it’s expected?
I am trying to switch up my career to consulting. Any recommendations for MBA programs? Do big firms recruit out of the program? PS: I am a security analyst and i hope to do strategy consulting. TIA!!!
When you explain to your non-accounting friends what the Big 4 is and they say, "oh sounds like the Ivy League for accounting firms" >>>>
I’ve gained 20 lbs since COVID started. Don’t think I can fit in any of my pre-COVID work pants. Anyone else in the same boat?
Traverse city recs for 2-3 days with a toddler? Best hotel/resort to stay at? I don’t mind splurging, it’s our first vacation as a family of three
Parents are flying over from Singapore and considering booking on Korean air. Any idea if it is good? Parents are used to flying a lot, but a little slow with English.
Is it easy to get a nonconsulting role in Social Impact, Corporate Social Responsibility, Purpose & People? MSHR and SHRM-SCP with 10+ years of experience in compliance, global mobility, people development, workforce strategy and disability advocacy.
The CDC recommends healthcare facilities consider UV light for decontamination and reuse of FFR's. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/hcp/ppe-strategy/decontamination-reuse-respirators.html
First day back on the job after paternity leave. Never had a harder time leaving the house than this morning...
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