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The Jumpstart Philly Real Estate Radio Show is a weekly program that shines a spotlight on positive real estate development and neighborhood revitalization in the City of Brotherly Love. Interviews are conducted live from the Germantown Radio station located on Maplewood Mall in the Germantown neighborhood in Philadelphia. The Jumpstart Philly Real Estate Radio Show is affiliated with the Jumpstart Germantown program, a successful community real estate development program that combines slow, steady growth, scattered site rehab, and a mix of affordable and market-rate housing.

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The Jumpstart Philly Real Estate Radio Show is a weekly program that shines a spotlight on positive real estate development and neighborhood revitalization in the City of Brotherly Love. Interviews are conducted live from the Germantown Radio station located on Maplewood Mall in the Germantown neighborhood in Philadelphia. The Jumpstart Philly Real Estate Radio Show is affiliated with the Jumpstart Germantown program, a successful community real estate development program that combines slow, steady growth, scattered site rehab, and a mix of affordable and market-rate housing.

    Jim Bear & Judy Claypoole: Good fences make good neighbors

    Jim Bear & Judy Claypoole: Good fences make good neighbors

    There’s a lot of real estate redevelopment happening across Philadelphia these days, both on a large scale and small. And while we all know that construction can be messy, there are times when you wonder if some rehab projects that are being done around the neighborhood are being done by professionals or by amateurs. 
    Our guests in this episode are longtime Germantown resident Jim Bear and local real estate investor Judy Claypoole. In this episode they talk about the disruption that can happen on a street when a rehab project starts. 

    • 41 Min.
    Stephanie Sena: From Tiny Houses to Cozy Cottages

    Stephanie Sena: From Tiny Houses to Cozy Cottages

    Could tiny houses and small pre-fabricated dwellings be a solution to expanding the availability of affordable housing in Philadelphia? Stephanie Sena, founder of the Student-Run Emergency Housing Unit of Philadelphia (SREHUP), a nonprofit that works with university students to provide shelter for homeless people, will be our guest to talk about tiny house development.
    In this episode, Stephanie talks about her affordable housing solutions and about the development of “cozy cottages” on a formerly vacant lot in Port Richmond section of Philadelphia.

    • 54 Min.
    Kwame Gray & Rhakeim Miller: NOAH Investors

    Kwame Gray & Rhakeim Miller: NOAH Investors

    J. Kwame Gray and Rhakeim Miller are neighbors and friends who became business partners and investors in a Philadelphia real estate LLC called Ross Street Investments.
    Both of them are Jumpstart Germantown alumni and in this interview they talk about their investment philosophy and outlook when it comes to real estate development. They are both proponents of NOAH (naturally occurring affordable housing) investing and explain why it's so important to them to provide safe, comfortable, modern, affordable homes for their tenants.
    On the National Association of Affordable Lenders' website NOAH is described as an often overlooked strategy that can preserve existing housing found in urban and older suburban neighborhoods in danger of decline or gentrification.
    "Now called middle neighborhoods, these neither high-poverty nor affluent areas are the remnants of a vast number of one-time working-class and middle-class communities," says the article entitled Naturally Occurring Affordable Housing is Hiding in Plain Sight. "As we think about future housing policy, we need to be careful that we don’t focus so much on increasing production of new housing—important as that is—that we lose sight of a vast resource of affordable housing hiding in plain sight that can be preserved for the long-term for a modest fraction of the cost of building new."
    Find Kwame and Rhakeim on Instagram: @Ross.Street.Investments

    • 42 Min.
    Rasheeda Gray: Gray Space Interior Design

    Rasheeda Gray: Gray Space Interior Design

    Our guest today is one of the rising stars on the Philly interior design scene. Her name is Rasheeda Gray and she’s the founder of Gray Space Interior Design LLC, a full-service firm focused on curating interiors that are contemporary, fresh and rooted in style. From whole house renovations to one room transformations, Rasheeda specializes in residential interior and boutique commercial projects throughout the Philadelphia, New Jersey and Delaware area. 
    On this episode Rasheeda talks about good interior design and the importance of properly staging your home or property when it comes time to sell. 
    Find Gray Space Interior Design on Instagram, Facebook and Houzz.

    • 40 Min.
    Tye Glover: Invest Out

    Tye Glover: Invest Out

    For many people, their home is their primary asset. Unfortunately for many people, when it comes time to sell that home, they discover the property is worth less than they thought it was worth due to the need for extensive repairs or renovations. Tye Glover, the founder of InvestOut, a new kind of real estate platform, says there is a way for a homeowner to come out financially ahead by partnering with a real estate investor.
    In this interview, Tye explains how Invest Out's profit sharing model works, which type of properties make sense, and how both the homeowner and real estate investor are protected during the arrangement. The idea for Invest Out came to Tye out of his own personal experience when he went through a divorce and realized just how much money he would potentially be giving up by doing a quick sale with a wholesaler.
    For more details on the Invest Out profit sharing model, check out the website: InvestOut.us

    • 44 Min.
    Rodney Ross: Osage Pine

    Rodney Ross: Osage Pine

    Rodney Ross is one of the founding members of Limitless Real Estate, a real estate sales and development team specializing in working with homebuyers and sellers in the Greater Philadelphia Area. He is also a partner in AJR Endeavors, the partnership behind Osage Pine, a community of 36 homes on the 6200 blocks of Osage Avenue and Pine Street in West Philadelphia. The project consists of the redevelopment and revitalization of 36 rowhomes that were involved in the 1985 MOVE bombing in West Philadelphia.
    Prior to starting Limitless Real Estate, Rodney was a real estate agent with Streamline Solutions, a fully integrated real estate development firm in Philadelphia. Rodney gained an intimate knowledge of the development process during his time at Streamline Solutions and has applied that knowledge to his current construction and development projects. Rodney is now focused on building a team of successful realtors at Keller Williams Realty Philadelphia, organizing development projects, and building his own investment portfolio.
    Websites: Limitless Real Estate
    Osage Pine
    On Instagram: @PhillyRealEstateBoss
    On Facebook: @TheRossTeamKWCC

    • 46 Min.

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