Articles By Eliza
Eliza Solender has written extensively regarding the unique real estate needs of nonprofit organizations. In addition she has written various real estate policies and procedures in a format ready for nonprofit organizations to implement immediately. Call or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a copy of any of the following articles or real estate policies.
Attached you will find a template that can be used to create a company’s Gifts of Real Property Policy and Proocedure document. The Purpose of this documente is to define the policies and procedures for accepting proposed gifts of real property to Organization.
“Steps for Accepting Gifts of Property With a Mortgage,” Source: Elizabeth Solender, The Major Gifts Report, April 2011.
If your nonprofit receives a bequest that includes a house with a mortgage, your first step is to retain the services of an attorney, appraiser and real estate broker, says Elizabeth E. Solender, president of Solender/Hall, Inc.
“Commerical Real Estate Gifts Red Flags” by Elizabeth Solender, The Major Gifts Report, December 2009.
Be careful when accepting gifts of real estate, warns Elizabeth E. Solender, president of Solender/Hall, Inc. (Dallas, TX), a company that specializes in nonprofit commercial real estate.
“Accepting Gifts of Real Estate in a Down Economy” by Elizabeth Solender, The Major Gifts Report, April, 2009.
Determining whether to accept a gift of real estate depends on the type of real estate and the organization’s needs, says Elizabeth E. Solender, president, Solender/Hall, Inc.
“Do You Have a Policy for Real Estate Gifts?” by Elizabeth Solender, Nonprofit World, May/June, 2007.
In a tough economy, nonprofits need to seek donations other than the usual appreciated stocks and personal checks.
In the spring of 2005, the Dallas professional association affiliate of Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) was enjoying tremendous success.