Rental Market Legal Update – Pandemics & Corrections – Arrogance vs. Self-Esteem – Episode 310

Tina’s Show Breakdown:

Money Chat

Guests in studio this week:

Cory Brewer is the General Manager at Windermere Property Management / Lori Gill & Associates. He assumed this role in 2011 after 9 years of residential real estate sales in the Seattle area. Cory’s primary focuses are quality control, legal compliance, and broker training.

Rob Gasca is the Director of Commercial Property Management at WPM/LGA. After managing a residential portfolio as a top-producer for over 10 years, he assumed this new corporate leadership role to further develop the company’s position in the local commercial marketplace.

In today’s The Money Hour segment, Cory and Rob discuss the rental market legal update.  Listen to their segment.

Dee Gupta is a part-time coach and full-time rental property business owner who has done extensive study on emotional growth. Her perspective is that you are where you are choosing to be in your life. Your financial status, the quality of life you live, and your relationships with friends, family, or your significant other, everything is either where you want it to be, or where your belief level is of where you can be. The stage of personal growth you are at in each area of your life determines where you are in that area. You cannot make more money than you believe you can make. You cannot have a better relationship than you believe yourself capable of having. Your belief in your own worthiness in each area of your life sets the tone for where you are. Dee helps you break those ceilings.  In today’s The Money Hour segment, Dee talks about arrogance vs. self-esteem.  Listen to Dee’s segment.

Adam Droker is the financial advisor and chief investment officer at WaterRock Global Asset Management LLC based here in Bellevue Washington. He is a life long resident of Bellevue having moved from Lake Sammamish to Lake Hills in his life. Adam is married to Aly and they have 3 children Evan, Meredith, and Jake. He attended Washington State University where he completed his BA in Business and continued on to achieve his MBA. Upon Graduating he started his professional career at Merrill Lynch in Seattle in 2005. In 2007 he joined Morgan Stanley. On April fools day 2011 he made the decision to go the independent route and joined WaterRock.  In today’s The Money Hour segment, Adam talks about pandemics and corrections. Listen to Adam’s segment.