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Harmel S. Rayat
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Founder, President & CEO of Talia Jevan Properties, Inc. Author of "Winning with Commerical Real Estate"
Founder, President & CEO of Talia Jevan Properties, Inc. Author of "Winning with Commerical Real Estate"

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On Innovation - I never get tired of talking about innovation in all its forms. And neither should you. To me innovation is at the heart of the best investments I’ve had the opportunity to take part in—developments in sustainable practices like solar energy, biotechnology advancements … It’s new creations and developments in these and other fields that drive the future, and to me if you can discover where the future is bound, then you’re going to find out where the money is being made. Inno...
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Making a Decision to Succeed - What makes an entrepreneur? Some would say it’s just about money and timing, but I strongly disagree with that. Some would cite a tireless work ethic as the pivotal trait. But while this is of great value, it’s not really the basis for success. Others might say it centers on an ability to network. I agree that’s important, but in the long run it’s not going to be enough to carry you through. Still others would claim it was the ability to research and determine...
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Making a Decision to Succeed - What makes an entrepreneur? Some would say it’s just about money and timing, but I strongly disagree with that. Some would cite a tireless work ethic as the pivotal trait. But while this is of great value, it’s not really the basis for success. Others might say it centers on an ability to network. I agree that’s important, but in the long run it’s not going to be enough to carry you through. Still others would claim it was the ability to research and determine...
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Sound Sleep = Good Business - If you’re like me, you have more than enough to think about during the day. When you’re not swamped with a multitude of work-related thoughts—most likely before you even reach the office and probably well after you leave—you’re probably also thinking about family, friends, and a range of personal and civic pursuits you’re involved in. So when it comes time to finally get your rest, you certainly don’t want to be thinking about anything beyond some fat sheep jum...
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A Man is Responsible for his Money - This week I was taken aback to read about actor Johnny Depp’s financial maelstrom centering on his business managers and their alleged mishandling of his extensive assets. In short, Depp has filed a lawsuit against the principals of an L.A.-based firm called the Management Group, headed by brothers Joel and Rob Mandel. He claims they caused him to lose tens of millions of dollars, made personal loans with his money, and forced him to unnecessarily liquid...
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What If Money Didn’t Matter? - Okay, Yes, I like money. I admit it … Don’t you? And of course, despite the strange title of this essay, money does matter. That is, if you like to eat food, pay the mortgage, or buy clothes for the kids. What I’m talking about is quite a different idea—namely: What kinds of choices would you be making if you were given the opportunity to not worry about money? In particular, how might your investments differ? The reason I’m even posing the question is because...
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Clinton v. Trump: The Potential Impact on Investors - It’s coming down to the wire – a real nail-biting fight to the finish, if you will. In just two months, the U.S. will elect the next U.S. president. All we know now is that Trump is topping Clinton 45% to 43% in the polls. Libertarian Gary Johnson stands with 7%, as the Green Party’s Jill Stein comes in at 2%. It’s the main contenders that have generated a firestorm debate about the needed direction of the U.S. economy, delivering clashi...
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How a Rate Hike could Impact Commercial Real Estate - The Federal Reserve is hinting again at a potential rate hike in September. Recent data has made policymakers a bit more confident that inflation is nearing a healthy target of 2%; that unemployment is improving; and that global headwinds are beginning to cool. While there are still a great number of economic concerns, including a GDP rate of 1.1%, the Fed is ready to push ahead with hikes anyway. According to the CME Group, there are 73...
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Chinese Investors Double U.S. Real Estate Investments - Analysts have been downbeat on commercial real estate for quite some time. But it makes little sense. As long as foreign investments remain intact, given historically low interest rates in a high-yielding environment, there’s little reason to be concerned with slowing growth. Look at Chinese investors, for example. In the first five months of the year, they’ve spent $17 billion on real estate outside of China. More than half of that, o...
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Survey: Real Estate still the Top Investment Option - It’s not a shock at all. Real estate is the most popular investment choice among investors, according to a latest Gallup poll. More than 35% of Americans chose real estate, as compared to just 22% for stocks and mutual funds. Just 17% of Americans chose gold. Another 15% chose savings accounts and CDs, and only 7% chose bonds. In a Bankrate survey, 25% of Americans chose real estate again. About 23% chose savings accounts and CDs. Anothe...
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