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Jennifer Hsu - NYC Real Estate Hunter
Worked at Keller Williams Realty
Attended Stuyvesant High School
Lives in New York, NY
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One more, since I seem to have been sent quite a few requests lately. Eileen was a wonderful teammate when we built in Portugal. She's going back with her daughter this time to Vietnam, where most of her team will be veterans going to heal their wounds. Please consider donating as this all goes to one of the best nonprofits I've ever had the pleasure of working with. Again, please pass around!
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Courtesy of Property Shark
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Quick monthly market report. Looks like we're on an upward real estate trajectory again.
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Gorgeous 5th Ave Studio next to St. Patrick's Cathedral asking $5,000/mo
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I think that's the fastest I've ever seen an apartment go. $1500 studio on Broadway in the upper west side was literally gone in 26.25 hours.
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Incredible! I'm doing it.
Tom Anderson originally shared:
 
Entrepreneurs starting a business, this one's for you. Free corporate formation for New York / California businesses.

I've started a few businesses and hold real estate in various corporate "entities." Entity formation is a key element of "doing things right" both for tax, liability and general legal issues. I studied up on this stuff back in the day... In the past, I did it myself (one can fill out the forms themselves) and I've also used legalzoom.com, which is a good resource for straight-forward simple entities like home-based businesses. But if you're starting a dotcom where you expect to employ people, especially with partners, I'd say it's definitely important to get the guidance of a real lawyer. One that I've worked with, Jeffrey Unger, asked me this weekend if I knew any entrepreneurs who would need his services right now.

Jeff has mostly formed entities for people in the entertainment and real estate industries, but wants to branch out into the market for entrepreneurs forming corporations. To do that, he's created a promotion where he'll advise and form the entities for 500 startups for free. It's his way of getting his name out there, and building references in the dotcom industry which, of course, he hopes will lead to future business. As a civic minded person, I know he also hopes these dotcoms / entrepreneurs will help boost the economy.

He asked me if I knew anyone looking.. and instead of saying "yah I know a guy or two," I offered to post it up here on G+ since I figured there might be an entrepreneur or two out there.. Also, because this is typically a pretty expensive service ($500 - $1,500 even in the "self-service" models) and can save you a lot of money if Jeffrey selects you as someone to help for free. So, if you're interested, visit Jeffrey's website here: http://bit.ly/rlfsa7

No I'm not getting paid for this... I'm just trying to help people out who might need it.

Also, since I don't want to "sully" my profile with commercialism... I like to think of my G+ as a "blog" so I probably won't leave this up that long.. Just enough to send some traffic Jeffrey's way and then I'll probably delete this. :-)

Btw, Jeffrey is not an investor -- this is not 500 startups / Dave McClure or anything like it - he's just there to help people with the mechanics of entity formation. That said, Jeffrey does want to see business plans to know that he's helping people with a serious business that has a serious chance for success. No one should waste each other's time here, of course. The details of application are on the website, enjoy :) Remember, it's only for New York and California businesses, because that's where he practices law...
We’re looking for 500 first-time entrepreneurs. We want to help them incorporate their businesses, and we have an extraordinary offer: Our lawyers will consult with them, incorporate their new compani...
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Wanted to share a wonderful teacher's Donor's Choose request for her classroom in the South Bronx. She's such an amazing, dedicated education I have to share. Deadline for donations is 2/18 I believe! Please share widely.
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October rental/housing market update!
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McDonalds is looking for a NYC Metro area Real Estate manager!
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Whoo! Love it! =)
John Pozadzides (John P.) originally shared:
 
I'm Giving Away The First Amazon Kindle Fire EVER!

Yes, I really ordered 5 Amazon Kindle Fire tablets like 1 minute after the pre-orders opened up on Amazon. http://geekbeat.tv/fire

Some of the Livid Lobsters at our office were all like, "Why did you need 5 of these?" And I was all like, "I don't know! But I'll find a use for them!" And they were all like, "You should give some away, as you are often want to do!" And I was all like, "That's a swell idea!" and "You don't have to talk in old English."

So, here's the deal. I'm going to give away ONE of the new Amazon Kindle Fire tablets to someone who has me in a Circle here on Google+. There are only three requirements:

1) You have to be in the USA. Sorry, but shipping is nearly impossible outside the states. :-(

2) Do you have me in one of your circles? Great. You're golden.

3) SHARE this post to let other's in on the chance to win one as well.

I might possibly give another one or two away later, depending on how this goes. Stay tuned and we'll see.

Good luck!
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Off to show 5 some of the most gorgeous condos NYC has to offer. Average price: 1.2M
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The British media giant Pearson PLC is expanding its operation in Manhattan's Hudson Square neighborhood, bringing 628 jobs over the next three years from Upper Saddle River, N.J., with the help of millions of dollars in city and state incentives. Pearson, whose holdings include Pearson Education, Penguin Books and the Financial Times, will move the jobs into 270,000 square feet of soon-to-be-renovated space at 330 Hudson St., which was once earmarked for a hotel. The positions, which will be added by the summer of 2014, have an average annual salary of $72,000.

Read more: http://www.crainsnewyork.com/article/20110919/REAL_ESTATE/110919897#ixzz1YSogziFC
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