Zibo CEO Chris Hsu hosted real estate CPA Eric Wallace and tax attorney Matthew Rappaport, Vice Managing Partner at Falcon Rappaport & Berkman PLLC to discuss updates to federal stimulus programs, eviction freezes and tax strategies to help landlords increase cash flow.
In our third webinar in a series exploring the impact of COVID-19 on landlords, Azibo CEO Chris Hsu hosted real estate CPA Eric Wallace and tax attorney Matthew Rappaport, Vice Managing Partner at Falcon Rappaport & Berkman PLLC to discuss updates to federal stimulus programs, eviction freezes and tax strategies to help landlords increase cash flow.
Some key insights from this webinar:
Join us next week for another free webinar on Friday, May 15th at 9am PT / 12pm ET. We'll discuss how to structure your business to best protect your real estate assets during an economic downturn with tax attorney Jeffrey Lerman.
These free webinars are part of the Azibo series "Helping Landlords Navigate the Impact of COVID-19." As the current health crisis takes its toll on the economy, independent landlords across the U.S. are wondering how they’ll make their next mortgage payment and navigate this uncertain time. We hope these free weekly webinars provide the opportunity for landlords to have candid conversations with other members of the real estate community, learn best practices from experts, and apply strategies to stay afloat during these unprecedented challenges.
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