Just in case you haven’t already heard all about him, Omar Yunes is a young entrepreneur and franchisee who won the Best Franchisee of the World Award in Italy based upon his professional growth through the years, which is actually quite impressive. What’s even more impressive is the fact that he was competing against successful franchisees from 34 other countries. He also owns ten percent of the Sushi Itto franchise locations all over Mexico. In addition to these accomplishments, Mr. Yunes is also working very hard at assisting his own employees in their quest to reach their goals and become successful, as well and more information click here.
Now, he’s getting into the real estate field in a big way and has written a number of insightful articles about it, including a recent one about the rising cost of Real Estate how it affects California charities. In it, he explains how a number of California non-profit organizations are surviving on grants and donations received from both the government and the public. Many of them are having a tough time staying operational in the face of rent increases in big cities like L.A. and San Francisco. Basically, when rents go up, the number of charities that manage to continue doing their good works goes down unless they can bring in enough funding to cover the increase or are able to relocate to someplace more affordable and what Omar Yunes knows.
The problem for Californians now is that when the charities that they depend on are forced into closing due to skyrocketing real estate costs, all of those people who were relying on either the charity’s products or services have no place to go. Then, they have no choice but doing without or paying out-of-pocket. San Francisco is at least doing something about the problem and has awarded $2.7 million toward helping a number of local charities in the fight for affording high rents, as well as some other higher real estate costs. The city’s mayor has also devised a plan that includes raising and spending $6 million for covering San Francisco’s qualified charities’ real estate expenses over a two year period and Omar’s lacrosse camp.
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