Real Estate Matters
44: Collegiate Career Assistance Program with Grayson Glaze

44: Collegiate Career Assistance Program with Grayson Glaze

September 12, 2019

Student Support is one of ACRE's five guiding principlesACRE's Executive Director Grayson Glaze joins the podcast to introduce ACRE's next level in student support: the Collegiate Career Assistance Program (CCAP). CCAP represents the Center's platform for serving the next generation of real estate talent and the firms that provide experience and employment opportunities while benefiting in the process. Learn more at acreccap.com.

43: The Growth of PropTech with Cherie Moman

43: The Growth of PropTech with Cherie Moman

September 5, 2019

ACRE's Director of Education, Marketing and Communications Cherie Moman discusses the Mars Opportunity Rover, Darwinism and the growth of PropTech on this week's episode of Real Estate Matters!

42: Building Permits and New Construction (July 2019)

42: Building Permits and New Construction (July 2019)

August 29, 2019

ACRE's Research Coordinator Stuart Norton shares data and insights on Alabama's residential building permits and housing starts numbers for July 2019. View all ACRE's commercial and residential data research at acre.culverhouse.ua.edu.

41: This Month in Residential Real Estate (July 2019)

41: This Month in Residential Real Estate (July 2019)

August 22, 2019

ACRE's Research Coordinator Stuart Norton and ACRE research intern Spencer Sellers discuss data and insights about Alabama's residential real estate market for July 2019.

40: Alabama-nomics with K.C. Conway

40: Alabama-nomics with K.C. Conway

August 15, 2019

ACRE Director of Research and Corporate Engagement K.C. Conway discusses the Alabama economy as he sees it in 2019 including the big business headlines and Alabama's four strengths: affordability, workforce availability, logistics infrastructure and low taxes with pro-business leadership.

 
39: Co-Leading Teams with Lake Homes Realty Glenn & Doris Phillips

39: Co-Leading Teams with Lake Homes Realty Glenn & Doris Phillips

August 8, 2019

Real estate teams are a growing trend that allows REALTORS® to share workload and responsibilities. A well-functioning team can create greater efficiency and productivity than a single agent working alone. However, when not constructed thoughtfully, teams can have an adverse effect. Lake Homes Realty CEO Glenn Phillips and COO Doris Phillips discuss the importance of respectful communication among team leaders, how to resolve conflict, and what to look for in a team member.

Based in Hoover, Ala., Lake Homes Realty is a tech-enabled, full-service real estate brokerage licensed in 26 states. It is also is one of the fastest-growing businesses in the country (listed on 2017 and 2018 Inc. 5000).

Lake Home Realty is a member of ACRE's National Network and Glenn serves on ACRE's Advisory Board of Trustees.

38: Building Permits and New Construction (June 2019)

38: Building Permits and New Construction (June 2019)

August 1, 2019

ACRE's Research Coordinator Stuart Norton shares data and insights on Alabama's residential building permits and housing starts numbers for June 2019. View all ACRE's commercial and residential data research at acre.culverhouse.ua.edu.

37: This Month in Residential Real Estate (June 2019)

37: This Month in Residential Real Estate (June 2019)

July 25, 2019

ACRE's Research Coordinator Stuart Norton shares data and insights on Alabama's residential real estate market for June 2019.

36: Getting Started in Real Estate Investing with Tom Norton

36: Getting Started in Real Estate Investing with Tom Norton

July 18, 2019

ACRE Leadership Council member and longtime real estate investor Tom Norton joins his son ACRE Research Coordinator Stuart Norton for a discussion on how to start investing in real estate. Topics include who to include on your team and how to find properties. 

35: Alabama Housing Finance Authority - Creating Housing Opportunities with Cathy James

35: Alabama Housing Finance Authority - Creating Housing Opportunities with Cathy James

July 11, 2019

The Alabama Housing Finance Authority (AHFA) was established by the Alabama Legislature in 1980 to serve the housing needs of low- and moderate-income Alabamians and create housing opportunities through the affordable financing of single- and multifamily housing. Since 1980 AHFA has provided funding for more than 48,000 rental housing units and helped more than 70,000 Alabamians purchase a home. AHFA Business Development Manager Cathy James joins our podcast to provide information on the AFHA's homeownership programs and home buyer resources.