With new funding approved to replenish the small business lending program and additional guidelines from the SBA , RRC Certified Instructors Chris Bird and Dale Carlton, have additional information to help answer common questions agents and brokers have about the coronavirus relief program.
With the government moving quickly to help businesses adversely impacted by COVID-19, REALTORS® may find economic relief under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES). The most recent CARES Act provides the possibility of loans with a portion of the loan forgivable, several tax relief opportunities, unemployment benefits for the self-employed, mortgage forbearance opportunities, along with other economic relief.
Join with us to get an overview of the possible relief available to REALTORS®, and to learn what qualifications need to be met in order to take advantage of the COVID-19 Stimulus Bill benefits.
Meet ChrisMeet Dale
Chris Bird, CRS, was a Senior IRS agent for 16 years. After leaving the IRS, he started his own company, Chris Bird Seminars, Inc., and went on to conduct more than 125 seminars a year on accounting, financial planning, wealth building, residential rental property ownership, and tax strategies for the real estate and financial industries nationwide. He is a Certified CRS Instructor, and he teaches GRI classes in five states. He currently holds a real estate broker's license in Champaign, Illinois.
Dale has worked in the education field for over twenty-five years, working with non-profit organizations, under-grad students, universities, as an attorney, and largely in the real estate field. Dale is the owner of Carlton Realty, Inc. He was a broker during the sale of over $3 billion in properties, has personally sold/leased over $200 million in properties, and has owned, co-owned, or managed over 250 residential and commercial properties in Northwest Arkansas.
View the free webinar, Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act Update (4/25) hosted by Certified CRS Instructors Chris Bird and Dale Carlton for additional guidance on applying and tracking use of the funds. Recorded on April 25, 2020.
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