This Sunday, April 20, 2014 on Indy’s Real Estate Gurus….

Carol Kemper Anno 4-20-14

Carol Anne manages new product development and the product life cycle for Delta bath products for both the residential and commercial channels. In her 20 years with Delta Faucet, she’s held a variety of different roles in customer service, logistics, purchasing, information systems and marketing, giving her a broad understanding of the business. An East Coast transplant, Carol Anne is married with three sons ages 21-23.

Polly Weitzman 4-20-14

Pauline’s primary practice areas include family law, criminal defense, and administrative issues. “Polly” enjoys assisting her family law clients navigate through many different domestic legal situations including contested and uncontested divorces, establishing paternity, modifying custody and child support, and premarital agreements. Polly’s compassion helps her understand each client’s needs and she works towards achieving their intended end results. She spends the necessary time working towards an amicable agreement, but in the event a domestic dispute cannot be settled Polly is more than willing to litigate and put her courtroom experience to good use.

Following her graduation at Indiana University McKinney School of Law, Polly worked as a deputy public defender in Marion County where she represented people accused of crimes varying from misdemeanors to major felony. She had the opportunity to prepare dozens of jury trials and hundreds of court trials. Additionally Polly used that opportunity to get mentoring from the Indianapolis-area’s top attorneys.

Polly’s welcomes the opportunity to help her in administrative actions at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles by helping people obtain their driver’s licenses after suffering the consequences of the complex traffic laws. She works on protecting people’s 2nd Amendment rights by defending them in the appeals process when denied a handgun license by the Indiana State Police. As well, she has represented numerous clients who are faced with investigations by the Department of Child Services.

Polly is the 2014 chair of the Indianapolis Bar Association’s Solo/Small Practice Section, a member of the Wrongful Convictions Advisory Board at the McKinney School of Law, a member of Indianapolis Bar Association’s Family Law Section and Criminal Justice Section, Indiana Public Defender Council, and National College for DUI Defense.

When Polly is away from the office and her work, she is training for and competing in Ironman competitions or raising money for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

Learn Multifamily Property From the Gurus

4-7-14 Amy BurmeisterRick and Jeff are joined this week by Amy Burmeister, Senior Vice President at Cushman & Wakefield/Summit Realty Group located in Indianapolis and with offices worldwide. Amy specializes the sale of income-producing multifamily property and special urban projects. Amy is a 15 year veteran in commercial real estate and has been involved in nearly $1.3 billion in project in Indiana and throughout the Midwest region.

Should you Hire a Financial Planner?

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If you manage your own investing or you are just starting to invest you may be wondering; should you hire a professional advisor to help.
This is a great question to ask and it may be critical to your financial future. As you think about hiring a professional you should ask yourself a few questions.
Do you have the knowledge of the different investments and investment options?
Do you like and have the time to do the research needed to make sound investments?
Do you have the expertise needed?
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Credit Expert joins me on the Radio

SteveShears Announcement

Have you every wondered how credit works and why you have the credit scores you have. This week on 950AM and 95.9FM on Freedom 95 you can listen to me and my co-host Jeff Kucic talk with Credit Expret, Steve Shears with Continental Credit. You will learn how to increase your credit score, what items impact your credit negitively and one type of account that can get your credit score into the 800’s.

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