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Episode 296: How to Crush RE Investments on Chicago’s South Side with Moses Hall

Moses Hall is a top-producing commercial real estate broker and leads a brokerage that serves investors, landlords, and tenants.

Moses discusses his start in real estate, taking the plunge to start his own business and the challenges that came with that. He dives into his geographical areas of focus in Chicago and his investment strategy. Moses sheds light on the Chicago Association of Realtors (CAR), his leadership position on the board, and the value that CAR brings to all its members. Moses closes with a bullish outlook on Chicago emphasizing why we are and will continue to be a world-class city!

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02:00 Housing Provider Tip - Make yourself visible for CHA and City Inspections!

04:00 Intro to our guest, Moses Hall!

10:10 Biggest unforeseen challenge when starting a business!

11:49 Drama with Tiffany Henyard.

13:53 Moses’ areas of focus.

16:16 Chicago Association of Realtors (CAR) and their mission!

23:39 Benefits of being a CAR member.

25:43 How is CAR working with NAR on the recent settlement?

37:27 Other areas of focus for CAR!

40:47 Efforts to make adding affordable housing easier.

41:55 Moses’ outlook on Chicago.

43:33 What is your competitive advantage?

44:07 One piece of advice for new investors.

44:38 What do you do for fun?

44:55 Good book, podcast, or self development activity that you would recommend? 

45:26 Local Network Recommendation.

49:59 How can the listeners learn more about you and provide value to you? ---------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Mark and Tom:

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