Richard A. Robinson is one of those teachers and writers students love to learn from?lots of good material backed up by experience and delivered with excitement and pinches of humor. That's why thousands of real estate people from coast to coast applaud him as an outstanding teacher and writer of real estate taxation.
After earning his degree from Syracuse University, Rich moved to California where he opened his CPA office, specializing in income tax problems related to real estate. During this time he developed his unique Ask Rich method of explaining taxes and started teaching Federal Taxation of Real Estate for UCLA's Real Estate Certificate program and the University of Southern California's University Programs. Now a nationally acclaimed speaker, Rich has presented real estate tax seminars and programs for CPA continuing education classes and state and local real estate associations. He has served as an Approved Instructor for the National Association of REALTORS® and as a Senior Instructor for the REALTORS® Land Institute.
Rich and his wife, Carrol, make their home in the beautiful mile-high mountain country of northern Arizona.
Jim Maxwell heads up Realty Exchangers, Inc., a Qualified Intermediary firm for I.R.S. Section 1031 Deferred Exchanges. He started Realty Exchangers, Inc., in 1989 with his partner, Al Ingalls. They are a national intermediary firm serving exchange clients throughout the United States and U.S. Virgin Islands. They sponsor the http://www.1031help.com website.
Jim approaches the 1031 exchange business from a real estate background. A licensed Commercial Real Estate Broker in the State of Washington since 1983, he has over one thousand hours of advanced continuing education. He holds the Graduate REALTORS® Institute (GRI), Certified Residential Specialists (CRS), Accredited Land Consultant (ALC) designations of the National Association of REALTORS®.
Jim is a lifelong resident of the Northwest and an avid fisherman. He lives with his wife, Julie, on a 10-acre farm in Ridgefield, WA.