REALTORS® of South Central Kansas Logo

RSCK CARES Act Webinar Continues

Thursday, April 16 2020 2:37 PM
As you may have heard, the Small Business Administration’s $349 billion Paycheck Protection Program officially ran out of money this morning (April 16, 2020). Our CARES Act webinar will continue to be offered as scheduled to provide education on these programs so that you can gear up and be prepared to apply once additional program funding is available.
From SBA website-

“SBA is currently unable to accept new applications for the Paycheck Protection Program based on available appropriations funding. Similarly, we are unable to enroll new PPP lenders at this time."


Handout #1 for Webinar

Handout #2

Handout #3


The CARES Act webinar continues to take place tomorrow, Friday, April 17, 01:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada).
The 2020 CARES ACT provides STIMULUS funds for individuals, business owners, and the self employed. Accountants know very little about the funds available to their clients and that is why you must attend this webinar.
Dale and Chris have completed over a dozen of these webinars and have
had their material posted to the National Association of REALTORS® website, Residential Real Estate Council (RRC), and local REALTOR® Associations in various locations nationwide. Many REALTORS® have been told that they do not qualify... Dale and Chris will dispel those myths.
In this 1 and 1/2 hour webinar, you will leave with an ACTION PLAN on the steps you must take immediately to access your share of these funds before they run out.
The four programs that will be discussed in depth are:
  1. Stimulus payments and timing
  2. Economic Injury Disaster Loans and Grants
  3. Paycheck Protection Plan Program Loans
  4. REALTOR® access to State Unemployment Funds

Chris Bird
Dale Carlton
Register in advance for this webinar
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Zoom webinar.
Post-Webinar Handout




Previous: Pandemic Unemployment Assistance Program Update Next: Protect Your Investment: A Guide For At Risk Homeowners