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1: Can you talk about buying land/property by itself and why there is such a huge difference in the process for that and buying a home?
 
2: What is your take on the proposal to allow BART to develop homes on its own land?
 
3: When a property manager or realtor...

Ideally, renters should not have to pay more than 30 percent of their annual income on rent. Unfortunately, that idea is not always a reality. To combat that, California Senator Kamala Harris is proposing the Rent Relief Act, which would provide low income families that are paying more than 30...

You may think that pigs are just a source of bacon and pork. But spend some time with Leslie Crawford, and you will quickly learn how wrong that assertion is. Leslie recently wrote and published Spring the Rescue Pig, an illustrated childrens book that she hope will spread awareness to the...

Everything starts as an idea. For Alex Nerguizian, his idea was to start a food truck that sells gelato and espresso. For a while, this idea was just that, an idea. Until it wasn’t. Alex decided that the time for talking about his idea had come and gone, and now, he owns and operates Nissa...

I started this podcast to showcase the various communities I work in and what makes those communities unique. I manage many properties in Richmond, and it is no secret that Richmond’s past has cast the city in a negative light. I’ve had several guests come on in the past, Melinda McCrary and...

A home is one of the most expensive and important investments you will make in life. So when buying, you will want to make sure that the home you are getting is up to code and be a warm, comfortable place to live in. Part of being a property manager involves making sure all the homes I manage...

Everybody loves a good laugh. Our guest today, Chris Riggins, who comes straight out of Emeryville, is a perfect choice to deliver you some laughs. For over 10 years now, Chris has toured using a style of dry observation and social commentary, mixed with a dash of irreverent shock humor. Today...

With just under 20,000 residents, the City of Pinole is everything you come to expect from a small Bay Area town. Nestled between Richmond and Hercules, Pinoles history stretches back to include some of the earliest native settlers in California’s history. The city’s rich history is preserved by...

Today we have yet another Bay Area winery on the podcast: The Four Fools Winery in Rodeo. Located on the shores of San Pablo Bay, Four Fools Winery was founded by John and Marcia Conroy and Dana Marc Grisham a few years ago. Each brought their own special skills to help make Four Fools Winery a...

“Millennials: Walking around as if they rent the place.” Perhaps no demographic in the Bay Area has felt the pain of the housing crunch worse than the millennials. With low income, paying off student loans and having to deal with rising rents, trying to start a life of your own can be incredibly...

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