Tuesday, May 12, 2009



“Your Circle of Success Real Estate Radio” on BlogTalkRadio, a new medium for real estate , business and life.

My name is LaMar Campbell and I am the host of a live Internet broadcast show called “Your Circle of Success Real Estate Radio” on BlogTalkRadio. My show brings together real estate , business & life with national & local officials , business leaders and entrepreneurs who come “on air” to talk about the real estate industry , business, investing and philanthropy.

--A native of Chester, Pennsylvania, a suburban city based outside of Philadelphia LaMar was raised in a blue collar city and learned at a young age the benefits of being a relentless worker. Educated at the University of Wisconsin-Madison LaMar attended school on an athletic scholarship and after graduation with a degree in World History he furthered his post-collegiate career on the gridirons of the National Football League. During this period LaMar became an investor and fell in love with the aspect of real estate and obtained his license . After his retirement from the NFL LaMar continued his Real Estate Education at the prestigious Wharton School of Business where he earned a Executive Degree in Real Estate Development. Today he continues with this drive and dedication during his daily work as your Real Estate Professional.


BlogTalkRadio is a new medium, and an outlet for you, your clients and their interests. We’re all looking for unique, credible approaches to joining the online conversation. My show on BlogTalkRadio is that innovative approach. Publishers Weekly has recognized BlogTalkRadio as a legitimate promotional tool in “Blog Radio Site Draws Authors” (http://www.publishersweekly.com/article/CA6515080.html).

Noted guests on the BlogTalkRadio network include Tanya Blanchard More can be found at the Best of BlogTalkRadio (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/ycosrealestate

Archives of my show are found on my profile page www.blogtalkradio.com/ycosrealestate along with a call-in number and text chat room. Archives of my show can also be heard on my Facebook profile (www.facebook.com/lamarcampbell), MySpace page (www.myspace.com/yourcircleofsuccess) and blog (http://thesuccessofrealestate.blogspot.com). Feel free to visit my profile page to learn more about my show.

BlogTalkRadio has been featured on ABC News:
http://abcnews.go.com/Video/playerIndex?id=4546597 The Washington Post:
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/03/23/AR2008032301719.html TheStreet.com:
http://www.thestreet.com/video/10410840/index.html?puc=lhhome#10410840 Portfolio Magazine:
http://www.portfolio.com/culture-lifestyle/goods/gadgets/2008/02/26/Internet-Talk-Radio?page=0

Please feel free to contact me for more information or to inquire about booking a guest on my show.

LaMar C Campbell
(678) 886-0874
ycosrealestate@gmail.com
www.blogtalkradio.com/ycosrealestate

Sporty Girls Inc.



Your Circle of Success Real Estate is proud to announce the affiliation with Rashan Ali's Sporty Girls Inc. Sporty Girls inc. is a Non-Profit organization that benefits the young women of the city of Atlanta. Sporty Girls Inc. Believes in "Cultivating, enriching and challenging young women to
participate in non-traditional sports
while developing and fostering lifestyle skills"


In 2006, local radio personality Rashan Ali founded Sporty Girls Inc. in Atlanta, Georgia to provide young African-American girls the opportunity to participate in non traditional sports – those not popular in the African American community. A life-long competitive swimmer and recipient of a four-year swimming scholarship at Florida A & M University, Rashan knew that one day she would want that same opportunity for other girls like her. Not only did she want young girls to swim, but also learn to play, soccer, golf and tennis. Through Sporty Girls she has been afforded the opportunity to introduce young African American girls to an unconventional way to participate in non-traditional sports.

In 2008 Sporty Girls, Inc. successfully completed its first program which was made possible through our generous donors and grants. With the “It’s A Girl Thing” program, Sporty Girls was able to serve over 30 girls from the metro Atlanta area. This year, we hope to take Sporty Girls, Inc. to newer and greater heights with the implementation of Sporty Girls Camp Elite.

The benefits of participating in the Sporty Girls program are numerous. SGI will expose the girls to sports not traditionally offered in DeKalb and Fulton public schools. On a very basic level, participants in Camp Elite will benefit physically by being active during the camp duration. Since each girl will also be awarded a year-long scholarship, continued physical activity for each girl throughout the year will be ensured. It is our hope to decrease obesity among young girls and increase their knowledge in making healthier lifestyle decisions.

Sporty Girls feels that exposure is key to developing successful athletes and that every young girl, despite economic and social backgrounds, should have the opportunity to excel in the sport of her choice.

Goals

Sporty Girls seeks to encourage African-American girls age 8 - 18 to participate and achieve success in non-traditional sports. Sporty Girls will expose young women to golf, soccer, swimming, and tennis while building good character and lifestyle skills.

Our goal is to develop young female athletes into collegiate superstars who will earn athletic and/or academic scholarships.

Objectives

We will achieve the Sporty Girls goal by:

* Implementing annual camps, free of charge that will focus on developing skills in golf, soccer, swimming, and tennis.
* Awarding scholarship dollars for participation in year-long golf, soccer, swimming, and tennis programs.
* Monitoring the success of each athlete on a monthly basis.
* Promoting collaborative efforts to strengthen and encourage familial support of the youth in the mission to be successful in sports.

Our Programs

Camp Elite is a premiere camp that will cater to African American girls between the ages of 10-16 from DeKalb and Fulton counties. Camp Elite will allow girls to improve their skills in golf, soccer, swimming, and tennis.

The Sponsor A Sporty Girl Campaign is the annual campaign designed to raise money for Camp Elite.

Modern Atlanta MA Tour of Homes





Saturday, May 16, 2009
10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. - Festival
12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. - Tour of Homes

Sunday, May 17, 2009
12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. - Tour of Homes Only


"Interested in architecture? Kirkwood has a diverse collection of building styles from classic Victorian cottages to Craftsman bungalows to Modern lofts and everything in between! All of these styles will be on show for the Tour of Homes."


Monday, May 11, 2009

Economic Update


On Monday, May 4, the Commerce Department reported total construction spending increased 0.3% in March. It was the best result since September 2008, and ended five months of consecutive decline. Economists had expected spending to drop 1.5%.

The National Association of Realtors reported that its pending home sales index, an important forward-looking indicator based on signed contracts, rose 3.2% to 84.6 in March from 82 in February. It was the second consecutive monthly increase after the index hit a record low in January. The reading is 1.1% above the March 2008 level.

According to the ICSC-Goldman Sachs index, retail sales rose 0.7% in the week ending May 2. On a year-over-year basis, retailers saw sales decline by 0.8%.

The Institute for Supply Management reported the monthly index of non-manufacturing activity rose in April to 43.7% from 40.8% in March. Economists had expected a reading of 42%. Figures below 50% indicate contraction, making April the seventh straight monthly decline in the index.

The Mortgage Bankers Association said its seasonally adjusted index of mortgage applications for the week ending May 1 increased 2% to 979.7 from the previous week. Purchase volume rose 5% to 264.3, while refinancing applications jumped 1.2% to 5,169.3.

The Labor Department said initial claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly dropped by 34,000 to 601,000 for the week ending May 2. However, the number of people continuing to claim jobless benefits increased by 56,000 to 6.351 million.

According to the Federal Reserve, consumer debt fell 5.2% in March to $11.1 billion. Economists had forecast consumer debt would drop $3.5 billion. Total consumer credit debt in March was $2.55 trillion.

Upcoming on the economic calendar are reports on retail sales on May 13, producer price index on May 14 and industrial production on May 15.

Friday, May 1, 2009

FHA Rules and Guidelines


FHA Guidelines FHA Guidelines LaMar Campbell

FHA Rules and Guidelines


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