A continuation of the interview with Todd and Sarah from Segment 2.
Sarah talks with Todd about the genesis and purpose of HUD, established in 1968 to help consumers be successful in homeownership.
In this segment, Todd talks with Chris about the future possibilities of walkable urban developments across the country and the benefits of these new trends.
Todd talks with Justin about the pitfalls of home flipping in the DC metro region from the seller's, contractor's and buyer's perspective.
Kevin and Colin share their story on creating a startup helping people dispose of unwanted household items, with an emphasis on re-purposing/recycling.
Todd's guest this segment is Dan Ford, Executive Vice President of Urban Pace, a firm that works with developers and sellers providing a one stop shop for the entire process, from architecture, zoning, legal issues and signage. Dan also talks about the hottest trends in developing for the District.
Todd and John Henry get a different take on pop ups from Aaron Weiner, a reporter for the City Paper. News on the upcoming zoning commission meeting and issues concering restrictions for building pop ups.
Gerard takes questions from John Henry regarding zoning, construction, property taxes and other concerns that deal with the new phenomenon of pop ups, plus other offerings by Urban Land Company in the District of Columbia. Gerard also discusses his twice weekly workshops on homebuying.
In this segment, Todd talks with Gerard about a new and growing phenomenon in neighborhoods around DC: the pop up. Defined as an older townhome that gets expanded upwards or outwards, Gerard discusses his firm's interest in this exciting option for new or long time city dwellers requiring more space, as well as other offerings from Urban Land Group.