Sonia Hodgin 
Member since Jul 12, 2011


Investment Portfolio Analyst

Updated on March 13, 2015 at 1:54 PM

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About- Portfolio and Investment Analyst, Real-Estate Consulting, Exchanging, Educational Forums, Formula strategist. Description- Investment and Real-Estate Analyst & Consulting Firm. We offer portfolio advice and strategies to "Up your basis" and loss prevention. There are thousands of formulas we implement through high demands of Life Estate, Exchanging and Asset Growth. Our Instructors and Consultants educate strategies that are creative, effective, innovative mentorship through group forums and seminars. General Information- Quarterly Seminars Nationally and International. We provide one on one Coaching, One hour consultation is required. We have a forum for elite members that attend our seminars and or our coaching programs. An innovative group supporting one another once you know what formula and strategy you will want to implement. We offer books with all basic formulas and strategies or to our advanced clients for all real-estate and business deals. We have one-six days seminars/courses we cater to your specific or wide knowledge interest. Motto- "To meet your investment needs not to confuse you with ours"

Latest Review

Re: “Cathy Creger Rosenbaum: A Healthier You

Acacia's new location is now on Sunrise and Skyline (the old Sur Real). Excited for the next event! :)

Posted by Sonia Hodgin on 07/12/2011 at 6:17 PM

Recent Comments

Re: “Moving Forward

Do you think people voted no for the fact that we get empty promises and over billed projects? My concern is that the roads can't go unattended so how is that problem going to be cured? I can't help to think of the whole rio nuevo issue and wonder if that is still an issue since nothing has resolved from the monies wrongfully spent and not even a rock was transformed from this project. At the same time, should we all move back wards on horses and wooden carriages for the roads were rough enough before (hence the request for the bond) and owning a nice vehicle in this town may be a bad investment? This is the basics and if we can't face the basics being an issue, we have bigger problems coming! Hope to see a revised plan soon.

Posted by Sonia Hodgin on 12/28/2015 at 12:45 PM

Re: “Brother John's Now Serving Brisket, Baby Back Ribs, Beer and More

How exciting!!! We went and tried their opening night soft open... food is delic! Their apple wood smoked meats are unbelievable. I loved that they had wine for us wine drinkers on tap. The Malbec tasted like it should; open and ready to enjoy. I had their side potato salad... yum. Not overwhelming at all and it was excellent as well. Can't wait to come back and try other stuff on the menu!!! The decor threw me off... I had forgotten what the wildcat house looked like before, the transition was incredible. I loved they kept a few of the sentimental values of the wild cat house. Their staff was so friendly, I had a few people attend to us and funny, fun to talk too, well trained and easy to talk too not in a rush! So excited for Tucson!!!!

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Posted by Sonia Hodgin on 12/28/2015 at 12:36 PM

Re: “Ask a Mexican!

We think low cost Mexican food... funny, my sister thought it would be a great way to add a twist to this years Christmas tradition, making home made red chili tamales. First she was floored how EXPENSIVE it was to make the basic tamales that made 6 1/2 dozens of tamales at $78.00 in ingredients. Ok, had we purchased them already made at $12.00 a dozen it would have been cheaper if you do the math. To say we are spoiled by taco bell with the cheap dollar menus is an understatement. Then again you get what you pay for. No one ever said Mexican food was supposed to be cheap. But I agree that Taco bell has given the illusion that Mexican's live cheaper due to their food cost if you use the Taco bell method of cost. After that hard work and cost of making home made tamales, I just wanted to frame them. Interesting Article.

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Posted by Sonia Hodgin on 12/13/2015 at 1:23 PM

Re: “Casa Video Top 10

Lots of great movies out and it is so refreshing to see Casa Video still standing. Group up with this place as a member. Wish I was near by to continue supporting it.

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Posted by Sonia Hodgin on 12/13/2015 at 1:16 PM

Re: “The Skinny

While McCain isn't the answer and he should worry, matter fact they should all worry. However, God help us if we end up with an immature amateur like Donald Trump... what are we in elementary calling people names? Acting as if he has a disability and mimicking signs of those that have it? Insults of race as if he was born in a barn and was kept in a barn with no manners or people skills? We have to have a better answer then this... They should all worry, if they don't then we should.

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Posted by Sonia Hodgin on 12/13/2015 at 1:15 PM

Re: “Danehy

I have to say... funny and well said. There is a reason why they required people to pay min of wage. Otherwise if we rated their skills they may have received a lot less. They want $10.00... earn it. Just like the rest did. Grow up Americans and put your money where your mouth is Or should I say "our money where your mouth is". Enough with the entitlement, show people what you are worth... and yes, I believe you are worth more then $10.00 but do YOU?

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Posted by Sonia Hodgin on 06/29/2015 at 8:57 PM

Re: “Problematic Pipe

This is confusing on why this even on the Radar of your broadcasting. If you are under the influence while driving, it's irrelevant if it's illegal or legal for him to smoke it. The fact remains he is not allowed to drive under any influence. Medical doesn't reduce the factor that he is endangering the public while he is driving. The police officers job is to protect the public and prevent accidents and what could result to a death; his own safety and others.

If it's in his car sitting there then it gives the judgement that he is willing to do this while driving. The intent is considered. Why not stick it in a bag in the trunk? Why even have it out in public? I have to tell you this issue SMELLS. I can think of a million things you guys could have chose to write about, perhaps maybe even when you had the 2nd side of the story not someone who "Feels" like he is the victim here. The laws are set for a reason, not for excuses, but to follow since it has created problems in the past. We all know the law, now he pays the consequences. Can't see the problem with that.

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Posted by Sonia Hodgin on 03/22/2012 at 4:02 AM

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