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Schedule for March 30, 2017

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Melanie Carfolo - Rich Center for Autism

Executive Director


EASY MONEY AND THE AMERICAN ​​REAL ESTATE PONZI SCHEME


John Agostinelli

John Agostinelli founded Agostinelli Realty Group in 1997 and has been focusing on creating value for his clients for over 25 years. Prior to leading his own real estate company, John worked in the banking industry for 8 years, 6 of them at the FDIC. He examined the causes of bank failure after the real estate crash of the late 80’s - early 90’s, facilitated the work out process of real estate developments that had failed after the bubble burst, and managed foreclosures in several New England states. He has been in the industry through good times and bad and has successfully represented clients in all market conditions. Over the last decade, he became an industry leader in the sale of hundreds of properties in over 50 Massachusetts towns. During that time, he was also selected to serve as a senior advisor to the largest mortgage servicing company in the country, (only the top 12 real estate professionals of over 6,000 were selected). John is also a licensed construction supervisor, has built homes on speculation and has rehabilitated neglected properties which has removed blight and regression that allows neighborhoods to recover from the Great Recession. John has just published and co-authored Easy Money and the American Real Estate Ponzi Scheme. He spent countless hours researching housing policy, laws, economic and mortgage data, books, and white papers. He obtained academic perspectives from all sides and either met, interviewed, or used research from the DC Think Tanks including: the Urban Institute, the CATO Institute, the American Enterprise Institute and the Bi-Partisan Policy Center. In addition, he met with a member of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission and interviewed the CEO of Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), the chief economist of REALTOR.com, the SVP of RealtyTrac (now ATTOM Data Solutions), and several former presidential candidates, among other key market influencers. The reach of government encompasses all facets of housing and is more influential and manipulative than the average homeowner could ever imagine. If you are buying, selling or investing in ​real estate this book will be a great guide.


The Rich Center for Autism

Mission The Paula and Anthony Rich Center for the Study and Treatment of Autism is an externally funded unit of Youngstown State University. The primary mission of The Rich Center is to improve the lives of individuals with autism and their families through the creation, use and enhancement of innovative educational programs specifically designed to assure the attainment of a life of dignity and to enhance the individuals’ opportunities to achieve their full potentials. The Rich Center serves as a conduit between the segments of the community concerned with autism: the university,educators and health and human service professionals. Goals • The Rich Center is committed to the development and education of exceptionally well-qualified and innovative professionals who understand the field of autism. • The Rich Center will serve as an advocate for change with regard to community attitudes support the needs of individuals with autism and their families; and by doing so increase public awareness of the rapid growth of autism throughout the world. • The Rich Center is committed to the promotion of research, teaching and public service related to autism. To accomplish the above goals, The Rich Center will actively pursue available funding and grant opportunities on an ongoing basis. Vision The Rich Center for Autism will continue to be a national model in the field of autism for preparing educators, medical specialists, other professionals, and para-professionals who serve individuals with autism; for promoting scholarly research; and for advocating on behalf of, and providing public service for, those affected by autism.



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