Emotional Intelligence and Real Estate Training

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Special Guest

Daniel Park

Real Estate Agent

Bailey and Company

joins The Housing Hour this week to share his expert training methods for agents and customers: Emotional Intelligence and Real Estate Training Parts I & II.

Daniel taps his Psychology degree from Clemson University and his close work with Dr. John Townsend and Dr. Henry Cloud to formulate techniques that will help navigate the most complex human experiences during real estate transactions.

Topics Include:

  • Early Business Days in Prague
  • Commercial Real Estate in Texas
  • Emotional Intelligence and Real Estate Training
  • Self-Awareness -Self-Regulation-Motivation-Empathy-People Skills

Contact Daniel : djamespark@gmail.com

Daniel Park returned to his hometown of Knoxville, TN in 2014. He is an important part of Bailey and Co and brings a wide range of real estate experience with him. Daniel’s prior work included residential sales, commercial development, and property management.

Previously, Daniel contributed as a co-founder and manager of Mosaic House in Prague, Czech Republic. Mosaic House is a unique accommodation business specializing in hospitality and “green” technology. As a co-founder, his involvement ranged from design, assisting project management, development of operations, and profit and loss analysis. Following his time in Prague, Daniel served as the Ministry Development Coordinator for Breakaway Ministries at Texas A&M University in College Station, TX.

Daniel earned his B.A. in Psychology in 2006 from Clemson University and is currently working on a Master‘s Degree in Organizational Leadership. He and his wife Brook have three children.

Veritical Farming

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Mona Hitch

Owner of Tennessee Urban Farm

joins The Housing Hour this week to share her knowledge and passion about vertical farming. Mona explains the benefits of growing vegetables and other types of plants vertically to save space and increase yield.

Mona’s mission is to inspire healthy living around the world by growing fresh, clean food for the locavore market. Using the next generation of technology, we provide community education, life-changing distribution opportunities, and expansion of personal horizons. She wants to expand the food revolution offering better nutrition for all.

One Giant Leap: Space Programs Spin-Off Vertical Farming

First-time Homebuyer Program-THDA

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Ralph Perrey-

Executive Director Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA)

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Darrell Robertson-

Assistant Director of Industry and Governmental Affairs

joins The Housing Hour this week to give our listeners a unique view of one of our countries premier state housing programs. THDA’s passion is to expand safe, sound, affordable housing opportunities for low and moderate-income Tennesseans. They aspire to excel in the management and stewardship of our state resources and to produce strong earnings that allow creative reinvestment to meet the housing needs in Tennessee.

The Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA) is Tennessee’s housing finance agency, created by the General Assembly in 1973. THDA was created to promote the production of more affordable new housing units for very low, low and moderate income individuals and families in the state, to promote the preservation and rehabilitation of existing housing units for such persons, and to bring greater stability to the residential construction industry and related industries so as to assure a steady flow of production of new housing units.

In addition to serving as the primary administrator for numerous federal and state housing programs, THDA is authorized to issue tax-exempt Mortgage Revenue Bonds to support financing opportunities for first-time homebuyers and veterans. THDA is not a direct lender. THDA purchases qualified home loans originated through its private-sector lending partners. All THDA loans have 30-year, fixed-rate terms and offer a maximum grant of 5% in down-payment assistance. All homebuyers receiving down-payment assistance must complete a homebuyer education course.

Residential Rental Investment Strategies

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Evonne Kautz and Roger Frantz

joins The Housing Hour this week to discuss important tips and strategies when becoming a residential rental real estate investor. Roger has dozens of years of experience as a landlord and his suggestions and ideas will give our listeners valuable information. Evonne is an expert tax preparer and supplies our listeners with the proper tax strategies for real estate investments.

Topics:

Contract Review

Property Management Role

Lease Details

Repairs and Maintenance

Resolving Issues

Taxation and Record-keeping

Recording Income and Expenses

Depreciation

Books and Records

The Tax Cat: Evonne Kautz

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Evonne M. Kautz:

Evonne has been practicing in the tax field for 11 years in the Knoxville area, specializing in military and small business.  She holds the EA designation, an abbreviation for Enrolled Agent, earning the privilege of representing taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service. Enrolled agent status is the highest credential the IRS awards and authorizes unlimited practice rights in tax matters such as audit, appeals, and collections. 12568 Kingston Pike Knoxville, Tennessee Call (865) 392-1755

Educational Foundation

An additional part of 5-Star is its education program to teach taxpayers the basics of tax and the importance of tax planning.  Specifically for the military, Evonne travels to bases and units to teach these fundamentals with a focus on tax savings for service members. In the civilian community, she has shared tax tips for real estate agents and rental property owners, and even a class for college-bound students and parents about paying for/tax savings for the college years.