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Lea Uradu

Lea received her formal legal education from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law (the nation's third oldest Law School) and attended Morgan State University for her undergraduate studies where she graduated summa cum laude. Lea holds a Juris Doctor and holds both a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Arts from each institution respectively.

Lea’s area of focuses is tax law. Lea also has served as a Tax Law Researcher, a Tax Change Analyst, and most recently as a Tax Advisor. Her hope is to use her knowledge and skill to help people have a sufficient economic foundation upon which each person can have a dignified, productive, and creative life. This pursuit drove her to join Millionacres.

  • Jun

    12

    2021

    Why Is Delaware Considered a Domestic Tax Haven?

    Delaware is considered a tax haven for its favorable tax treatment and business laws.

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  • Jun

    6

    2021

    Forbes Global Properties - a New Home for Investors to Find Luxury Real Estate

    Forbes Global Properties launched to provide real estate investors access to exclusive properties and agents.

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  • Jun

    6

    2021

    What The Real Estate Valuation Fairness and Improvement Act of 2021 Could Mean For The Future of Appraisals

    The Real Estate Valuation Fairness and Improvement Act of 2021 combats disparities in America's residential and commercial real estate appraisal industry.

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  • Jun

    5

    2021

    What is the First Time Homes Buyers Savings Account: An Investor's Guide

    The first-time homebuyers savings plan is a state-sponsored program designed to encourage saving activity for the purchase of an account holder's first home.

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  • Jun

    3

    2021

    5 Things Real Estate Wholesalers Should Know in 2021

    Real estate wholesalers new and old should be aware of the changes to the real estate wholesale market.

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  • Jun

    2

    2021

    What is a Foreclosure?

    Foreclosure is the legal process a lender uses to recover property that is the subject of a defaulted loan.

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  • May

    28

    2021

    An Investor's Guide to Real Estate Advertising Costs

    Marketing is a necessity in the real estate industry, but the cost of a successful campaign varies.

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  • May

    24

    2021

    What Are Required Minimum Distributions?

    The required minimum distribution is the minimum amount the IRS requires retirees to withdraw.

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  • May

    23

    2021

    Which Cities Have Restrictions on Short-term Rentals?

    In many U.S. cities, there are a substantial number of limitations placed on short-term rentals.

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  • May

    18

    2021

    What Are Points on a Mortgage?

    Mortgage points are an additional cost that buyers will see at closing.

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  • May

    17

    2021

    States With the Lowest Property Taxes: Should You Invest?

    Since property tax rates increase the cost of homeownership, investors should consider the property tax rate before purchasing a home.

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  • May

    13

    2021

    Cyberattack on the Colonial Pipeline: What Commercial Real Estate Investors Should Know

    The Colonial Pipeline faced a recent ransomware attack, which has impacted many commercial real estate investors.

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