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More Money, Fewer Problems: How Airbnb Hosting Can Transform Your Bank Account

Since its founding in 2007, Airbnb has become the leading home-rental platform in the world. Due to the millennial generation's prioritization of ease and convenience, coupled with discounted accommodations that are anywhere from 6% to 17% cheaper than hotels, it's easy to see why this online marketplace has disrupted the entire industry.

More Money, Fewer Problems:  How Airbnb Hosting Can Transform Your Bank Account

Earl "Skip" Cooper Talks 50 Years of the BBA

If you have not met Earl "Skip" Cooper, II, you are missing out on quite a treat. His smile makes you smile. His laugh makes you laugh. His storytelling is mesmerizing. His love for Black folk and Black businesses runs as deep as Lake Tanganyika (Africa's deepest body of water). He is the quintessential Black leader who adorns himself in African garb not because it looks nice but because he appreciates the energy of his ancestors and ethnic pride.

Earl "Skip" Cooper Talks 50 Years of the BBA

William C. Knox: All Saints Lending

Purchasing or refinancing a home is one of the most important, complicated, and horrifying things we do in life. When doing so, you require capable, knowledgeable, and trustworthy allies to guide you through this complex process. William C. Knox fits this description. A graduate of St. Mary's College in Moraga, CA with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications, who's held a Real Estate Sales License since 1989, a Broker's License since 2006, and a National Mortgage Licensing Systems Certification since 2010, and is Owner of All Saints Lending since 2018. It's safe to say Knox is an authority in the field of real estate mortgage lending.

William C. Knox: All Saints Lending

Changing of the Guard: Sarah Harris takes the helm as the BBA's Interim President & CEO

The Black Business Association (BBA) is a well-respected institution in Southern California. It was created in Los Angeles in 1970 to foster an environment conducive to African American and minority small business owners. By dedicating the organization to the advocacy, promotion, and development of African American-owned businesses with the hopes of creating an economic base to allow the African American community true self-sufficiency.

Changing of the Guard: Sarah Harris takes the helm as the BBA's Interim President & CEO
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