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"$600,000" Discussed on Real Estate Marketing Dude
"Knows how to market and he knows the construction process. This is going to be huge. You can use that once you've got you know a repertoire of videos and the confidence to display that on video That can be really helpful. So i think that's going to be you know niching down is going to be another thing that gets more important I've seen some agents on youtube. Or who only investment type stuff and absolutely crush it for people in their local market Going beyond that. I think that You know increasing. The quality is going to be extremely important going forward. I've seen a couple agent start to pop up That have really figured out how to be charismatic. How to entertain how to joke. How to Really kind of be a performer when it comes to youtube and i think that's going to make the difference right if i just sit here. You know cold. If i just sit here like a cold statue. Nobody's gonna really relate to that. But if i can be charismatic. I'm moving my hand moving. You know whatever People are going to attach that. And i think that's going to give you a leg up so Doing higher quality content. You know maybe going. The professional bibliographer route All those. I'm just kind of shooting off the hip here. Some different ideas. That i'm exploring and kind of the direction that i want to take my channel to continue to maintain that top spot in my market. It's going to evolve though that by member like twenty uncles at twenty ten. I remember riding around in chicago on a scooter thinking. I was so cool and with a flip camera doing a selfie video like yeah with the sunglasses on was probably the cheesiest thing i ever did in my life. But just like i mean videos evolved and i remember back then. You didn't have to do anything just like facebook live came out. You didn't have to do anything you just got on. Facebook live as it goes live as he live and that guy a lot of attention but yeah you're seeing the need for added content versus the talking heads because the talking head stuff. Everybody's doing it when everyone's doing something you have to zegers agar do different direction because You lose attention. Tell me how your multi purposing the content beyond youtube. Are you just putting the content on youtube. Or what else are you doing with it beyond. Yeah posted on youtube yeah. It's one hundred percent youtube. I've i've thought about repurposing it into a podcast format but you know just never gone that route. I don't know if it's just 'cause viewership would be low or or whatever. But i've just had so much success with you too that i've just stuck with that so I do a little bit of repurposing my again. My virtual assistant helps with this He'll take video and just kind of cut it up and occasionally we do something on facebook or instagram. Just a short video. It doesn't actually. It's not actually a linked to the direct video. It's just kind of short clip. But that's basically it. I mean it's one hundred percent youtube facebook. You send me your database video mill. modern anything. Nope we don't do anything like that. We just You know basically just let you to do its thing go kuku Any other tips That you can Anything else you wanna share You you just gotta get started like. That's that's the biggest thing just get started if you're in your market i mean the the space now I've been doing some research on. How many other agents in the mark you know just in different markets trying to do this and you go to one city and there might be five or ten agents trying to do this right so five or ten is still not very much compared to how many agents out there door knocking cold calling or trying to do facebook ads..
"$600,000" Discussed on Real Estate Marketing Dude
"Attention getter introduction body out your attention. Getter introduction body outgrow so the follow. Y'all have y'all have the skill set to do this. It's not very difficult. Just that for whatever reason i don't know why. Cody but people buckle at the knees. When the record button goes on. And i'm always like dude why you buckling at the knees bro. You're grown ass. Men you just sold a twenty million dollar property and just made like two hundred thousand dollars. You're going to let this red light. Make you buckle at the knees. Like come on bro. Like your tougher in the net. Why does that. Why do people hesitate. So i don't know. I i haven't figured about when you started where you sorta like. Hey i'm just feels weird or yeah. It's definitely weird to talk to a camera. I'm not generally that type of person. I mean i've gotten too used to it now and now i don't even have an issue. I just click it on and i just go and you know i i stumbled through it and i can edit it out and redo it and you kind of learn that stuff. I think a lot of people get how hung up at the very beginning. They think ask to be perfect right. They have to say the right thing. That can't stutter. Have to you know have a smile on their face. Whatever like all that all. That shit doesn't really matter. I mean it does matter right like you wanna do your best. But like don't over think it just hit record and just get a video out That's the biggest thing. It's not the scripting not the content. It's not anything else. It's simply hitting record getting video done looking at it saying oh i could have done this better fix it next time. Release the video and get on with it. Yeah i mean. I could tell you firsthand. Just some people over thanked the first video. I'm like dude like no one cares. Frankly no one cares. What the hell you. But like the more Imperfect it is in its own way. Oftentimes the better. It performs wasn't that von. Yeah because it's authentic authentic right and the thing is you put that first video out you might get twelve us anyway right like that very first video over time. It might give us but at the beginning you're only going to get ten twelve fifteen views. Maybe you know so. It's not like the whole world is watching this. It's not like you're on cnn or something. You know with tons of exposure right off the bat you know so don't over think it and the beautiful thing about youtube is look you know some of those..
"$600,000" Discussed on Real Estate Marketing Dude
"Authentic daughter watches like youtube all the time. So i get all these youtube celebrities for mr bee's to like you know you know you name it and you watch their content and the reason why it's it's like reality. Tv like people. Perfection doesn't exist a second. You try to be perfect as the second you start turning everybody off but let's go back to why the look of the positioning on this and this isn't just like this is on youtube like people who are just farming. Their local market with video to are attracting local. Mark clients exact same way because you put the personality with the name and people just want to feel like that no like entrust so we did a podcast with the do name grant wise. I forget what episode is. It's been a while but anyways he's done a study on this or he researched a lot of this and when he came up with was like hey on you when people are on video. It's like ingrained into our brains because as kids. He's like. Why do you think your kid runs up to mickey mouse gives them a hug and thinks a superhero. It's just some drunk dude in a costume. And yet your kid thinks that mickey mouse a superhero. Because the kid was seen him on television and tv growing up so when they see him in person you get like the celebrity status and there's actually studied that. I wish i knew the name of it. But it's very interesting and you're exactly right. People are like feel like you're celebrity doing it and the positionings crazy on that Yeah so let's go through a couple other things because a. You're mentioning youtube content. What do you do for editing now. And concentrations. A lot of people Over think these scripts but it's really just like keep them conversations. But i tell people it's one on one. You're just telling people what you already know. And you don't need to be a expert in binder. Citaristi need to be an expert in your community. Yeah exactly i. I rarely talked about buying or selling real estate in my videos like the specific details of that process. It's almost entirely about. What's my area. What does it look like. What are the pros and cons. How much does it cost to live there. All those different types of things on the video. That's what's most important that people actually care about so you know when it comes to making content. That's that's what you really gotta focus on how much contact put out. Newmont measure like what's your frequency. Yes so Right now about one per week. I've been trying. Some different types of videos have been doing some home tourists and stuff to try to test that out. See how the what the feedback is. So i'm i'm kind of somewhere between one and two videos per week if you were just getting started if you don't have that Backlog videos on your channel already. I'd say you absolutely need to be two. If not three videos per week in my opinion to build up that base of videos of people can go watch at least until you've got ten to twenty videos out there. So yeah i'm about one per week right now And most of them are in the office or out logging so You know it might be just a sit down video like this right talk about my area..
"$600,000" Discussed on Real Estate Marketing Dude
"Don't really care about that stuff. They're relying on you to just tell them what they need to know handle it. Make sure they don't get in a bad spot. Take care of the rest right. They don't really care about. The details of how appraisal is valued. They care that their home appraises so people aren't searching for that. They want to know more about the area. And more about your expertise as the agent who knows that area and can get the job done hundred percent when i moved here. You guys In california i say this often on the show but I went to youtube to look up and see him. Like what the fuck is does. Look like what are the housing. Look like what does the strip like. Where am i gonna get beer at. Where am i going to take my kids to the park. I just wanted to see what it looked like you know and Oftentimes the reason why this is theory. But i think it's accurate. I appreciate opinion on it. But the reason why i think so many realize come in the market is twofold one. They're doing what i was doing. Visually looking to see what the area is and then when they see someone there that trust factor and that's what video does ninety percent of its based upon the body language and the tonality were were expressing us not the fucking content. So like if you're if you're approachable on on video they like your personality which is why they call you that because of the content you're spitting out most of the contents so boring to be honest with you. It's how you're saying it that people are actually interested in and they're like looking like this guy and then they call because they just want those boots on the ground whereas if you look at local business and how local businesses transacted over eighty eighty five percent of. It's gonna come from someone you already know using the past personally matter bumped into so when you look at that. Someone relocating in doesn't have that referral base..
"$600,000" Discussed on Real Estate Marketing Dude
"Personal brand people have come to know like trust most importantly refer but remember. It is not their job to remember what you do for a living. It's your job to remind them let's get started. What's up ladies and gentlemen while another episode of the real estate marketing. Dude podcast. i what is up. Everybody where we're going to do today is bring you live individual agent Actually doing the shit we talk about every fucking week on this damn show so she know there's people out there doing it. We're not doing his his stuff but He's doing you know based on what we do for a lot of people so this is like every there's a lot of people doing this exact same strategy and we're going to focus today specifically on youtube. How the hell did he get into business. Two years ago. Twenty eight years old and he's going to close near six hundred thousand dollars in closed. Gci one hundred percent from youtube. Well he knew the strategy he knew how to get found. He creates content. He started doing it consistently and guess what people start knocking on his damn door and he did it without spending a dollar in ads. I think we're gonna find out though because this is what interview so without further ado we're gonna go ahead and introduce gases name as mr cody stack. What's up cody. What's going on guys. Happy to be here. Can't wait to jump into this. Yeah dude we appreciate having you on the show here. Why don't you go ahead and tell everybody a quick rundown who are you where marketer you in then we'll get on into the interview yeah sure. So cody stack. I've been in business for six years but just been on youtube for only two years now. So everything i do is almost exclusively youtube at this point. All one hundred percent organic and free like you said i've You know. I'm on track by then to twenty twenty one over the last two years i will have closed about six hundred thousand dollars in gross commission just from youtube so in addition to that i'm doing you know friends and family and investors and all these other people i still have my market still so But as far as just lead generation new business coming in a hundred percent youtube right now and absolutely love it. You know this stuff works and you know if if you're thinking about doing you gotta do you know now's the time. Yeah and because like You know you're in salt lake city. I was checking out your channel. Pretty impressive so if you go to his channel We'll give you the link later but look up living in salt lake city. I mean to do. It owns every single search term out there and then you can see what his view counts are and You know he's going to own that probably forever. Which is the best part about it. And there are still some markets. You could actually still penetrating get in there. Some major cities as a matter of fact where people really haven't done the done. The videos had done that that the content yet but it's limited. I give it another twelve maybe eighteen months maybe in the country and then all these search terms all this content. I think you're sol. It'd be something else with youtube because there is a specific strategy that for whatever reason i don't know why but i sort of know why like that people search for and why these videos get so much views and attention organically which is the key And what is the percentage of buyer or people that come through as how many percentages are relocations coming into the market versus Let's talk about types of leisure and get off youtube. Then we'll go to types of content. Yeah sure so. It's it's probably ninety percent relocation a lot of people move in from out of state..
"$600,000" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Messages to the U.S. and the world I'm Brian shook The last group of Haitian migrants are out of the encampment under the international bridge in Del Rio Texas may have Bruno lozano says the port will remain closed Get to understand that there was a lot of people hidden in the brush And so now that they're actually going into the brush and to the outskirts that are out here they're assessing anything that they might find On top of that he says there's a mountain of trash that was left behind that includes diapers and sanitary products that needs to be addressed at the peak he says 15,000 illegal immigrants were waiting to be processed The port is expected to open on Sunday or Monday 6 United Airlines employees are suing to try and stop the carrier's COVID-19 vaccine mandate from going into effect The complaint was filed this week in Texas federal court accuses the airline of discriminating against employees who asked for religious or medical exemptions United became the first major 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"$600,000" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"The food in our own restaurant our staff that also cooks defense emails and our dining room crew That serve our guests in the restaurant. Also go out into these neighborhoods and delivering these meals. So it's sort of like a circular economy right right right. The problem of food insecurity and the problem of food waste dovetail because the solution to one to the former can be found in the latter in so many ways and we are this extraordinary predicament. Where you know. More than fifty million people lack reliable access to nutritious meals. Seventy tons of good food goes underutilized every year. If you talked to paul hawkins who wrote draw down he will tell you that food waste is one of the biggest contributors to to climate change. Solving this problem in your local community is one thing scaling it. In order to address the larger national and international issues that relate to this is another thing. But i think what's interesting about trying to solve this problem. Grappling with the solution oriented self around communication and distribution. It's not you know food. Insecurity isn't by dint of lack of food. It's related to ineffectual distribution of the food that gets wasted in so many restaurants and homes every single day right but to go to a busy chef or a busy restaurant and layer on top of their impossible. Schedule the idea that they have to prepare meals or set aside. You know like you're creating a situation probably not gonna work right so what i understand about. Rethink is training chefs and restaurants and creating systems through technology and communication tools. That allow it to be seamless. So it doesn't create a burden on these restaurants it just becomes part of how they operate. Is that a fair. No i mean what you're saying is is absolutely occurred. It's about communication and There is enough food for everyone. And that's what's so. Heartbreaking is actually a problem we can solve there is actually enough food and You know the restaurant business is not the most lucrative business to be in and actually the goal of rethink is actually does. It's a benefit to the restaurant to get on board to be Rethink certified restaurant Yes so talk about that a little bit. It's sort of like lead certification for restaurants a- plays into this idea that especially amongst younger people purpose driven companies organizations are really crucial in consumers making conscious choices about the companies and the businesses that they choose to patronize. Yeah for me. Really ally of blown off right us dependent mc started and i decided that we would start cooking these meals i. I went to different soup. Kitchens around the city to learn as much as i could out they were operating and you know how meals are packaged. And woodward meals consist stuff. And what what gets good feedback and whatnot. And i realized that all these soup kitchens were run by volunteers and A lot of them weren't as well organized. They also didn't have connection that we have To to producers and farmers and so when we started producing these meals. I was shocked. How efficient we were. We were able to produce five thousand meals a day. Pretty quickly There's a lotta meals. We were efficient in time. We were efficient at price to you know we were set. We were told that meal is probably five dollars per meal and within a week our meals. Where like around two dollars. So then i realized that every restaurant produces waste as well like you said and i realized that the chefs and the restaurant have a responsibility and are in the center of this conversation. Because we're talking to farms everyday producing waste every day. We have talented cooks. Talented team members so the efficiencies in the restaurant are far greater than in commissary kitchens and then restaurants also struggle often to pay their rent and their staff and so forth and so if the organization is already paying soup kitchens they might as well pay restaurants. So there's actually a great benefit. Yeah it gives them a base level of predictability in their income that can create like almost like a universal basic income for restaurants right. If they're providing this service they know they can pay a certain percentage of their bills and keep the lights on how many people show up every day. He had exactly the idea. You know it helps for pay for durant it says it's a consistent income No one knows better than chefs. How to cook delicious inexpensive meals. Yeah you were sharing last night a little bit about the impact of visiting these various neighborhoods around new york city and really being boots on the ground and developing a greater appreciation and understanding for how most people struggle every single day to get access to nutritious food. So talk a little bit about that experience. Yeah i mean it's shocking and it's unacceptable that in a city like new york city that kind of poverty and not accessibility to food Is is is a reality. I mean yesterday. I went to visit the queen's bridge housing project Because i'm really interested in. You know we me as eleven madison park. We can't change the entire world but we gotta start somewhere some really trying to figure out. Where would it be the most meaningful. So i've been visiting different community centers. Different community leaders. I mean the one thing that that is so incredible you know and there are so many bad neighborhoods in new york and all over the country but even as bad as they are there always these angels. These incredible people Who are doing good. Who are helping others and sometimes you wonder how. Where do they take the she from. But it's just so beautiful. And and that has been consistent in wherever i have visited. Yeah and yesterday in queens bridge. I mean this is a six block radius Square that has sixty nine apartment buildings that houses you know twelve thousand people and you know there's one little grocery store where the fresh food section is one little corner and i mean just unbelievable. Jerry's no access to fresh food. And it's twenty minutes from here or in downtown manhattan. Yeah yeah so. The solution rests in. I mean you can you can deliver meals. you can deliver food to these communities. That's akin to abandon in the sense that rather than teaching them how to fish. You're providing fish right..
The Bidens Reported $600,000 in Income in 2020
"Simon No. One returning to tradition dating back to President Nixon, then broken by President Trump. The Bidens have released their tax returns. President Biden and the first lady earned $607,000 last year and paid a 25.9% federal income tax rate. The Bidens donated more than $30,000 to 10 Charities, the largest donation to the boat. Biden Foundation, named for the
"$600,000" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Steel of V. I P Mortgage and Tina is your go to person. If you want to get a reverse mortgage, That's her specialty. That's all that she does. And if you have dead money sitting in your house that isn't working for you, and it's actually working against you because you have property tax and insurance and utilities and maintenance. All of those bills piling up every month. You're having to take money from your social security check or from your other investments to pay for something that represents for most people, two thirds nearly 62% of their net worth. So we have, you know, helped a lot of people and you keep your mind. I am a real estate agent with the Xperia. Damn a broker. I own my own company for 14 years. I make $0 by somebody getting reverse mortgage, but I send people all the time because it's what's best for them. It's not best for them to sell their $500,000 home, paying a commission on it, turn around and buy another home and pay closing costs on that and getting in a bidding war and just all these Terrible thing. So if there was ever a time, you know if you're looking to sell in downsides so that you can free up some cash for travel and retirement things. This is an option. You should really, really look at. I mean, first of all, To sell your home. You know, it's pretty much just on average. With all the repairs and the moving and everything you can count on 10% of your home's value going away Just when you sell. Then you have all the new setup of your new home and the closing costs to get a loan. Or even if you pay cash to move and get utilities going, and then you know all the all the new things you have to put on that. You know the door knobs and locks and just think treatments, window treatments. All those things that most people don't Take for you know they do take for granted. I mean, it's it's a good chunk. If if your house is 62% of your net worth and you're losing You know, 10% of it just to sell Plus all the cost of buying new. I mean, you're losing +67% of what? You worked for your entire life Downsizing from your last home. And with values right now, it's amazing what it's doing for people that are looking into reverse. And then when I do the calculation, and I was just telling you before we started the show that I had gotten an appraisal last night. It was $75,000 more than we were expecting in value. It's a big valued high valued home, but wow, that You know, I thought he was gonna cry. Hey, it was great is no, that's amazing. And you know, here's Here's the thing. We all have also had another one that you reached out to me this week to look at and The people looked up on Zillow what their house was worth. And of course, it is a automated mortgage calculator and just looks at oh, homes in this area itself for X dollars of foot. You have this many feet. Well, that works. Okay, when you have ah, normal sized home, But when you're bigger than everybody else, till it was gonna be way too high when you're smaller, it's gonna be way too low. And that's why you know, it just really makes sense. So up in the northwest in Oro Valley. Is a gated community where at one point the lots were selling for a million dollars for the dirt, right And that was in stone Canyon, and you know it. Would you run a comp? That there was a stone cannon company there, and they're using that as a zoo. A price point. It's like, look what houses so for your homes worth this much and when an appraiser comes, they're not allowed to use Stone Canyon. They're going to use the subdivision that you live in. Well, the highest home ever sold was a quarter million dollars lower than the one that they were using as a comp the Zillo us that Scylla once Yes. Yeah, so you know, but this is something that if you would like to find out what your homes worth and and also should I sell it should I Maybe I can be a private lender and either carry back the loan on my home or if that doesn't work out financially, if it if your home's too expensive, it's probably not gonna work to be a private loan just because the interest rate would be too low to make sense for you, but a lot of people. Like to fund other people's loans, and especially the low dollar ones that are under $200,000. That is the hottest commodity in real estate, and it's going to appreciate faster than anything else. This is what I personally like about the loans on properties. Is every month. The payment comes in, and it's actually paying down principal. Yet every month, the value of the home is increasing, so the loan to value ratio is actually getting lower and lower every single month. And your risk is going lower and lower and lower. And you know, for starters, we never You know, do loans where? Where the first position note that's held by a retired person or past client or, you know whoever reaches out to me, Um those notes are never more than 70% loan to value. It's quite common. That after two years of making payments, the loan is less than 50% that you know a loan to value for the person buying it and that you just think about that How many homeowners they're just going to turn around and walk away? From all this equity that they have in the home. Yeah. So, um, during the coronavirus we had out of 54 notes. We had two that fell behind. And one of them was waiting on a tax refund that didn't come in in a timely manner because everything was backed up with the iris, and they did the extension. Well, he was counting on that money, and it took longer than expected when he actually did get Is any shared his tax return with us, and we saw that he was going to get a substantial month of money back, so we actually floated him for three months and we told him we do the line in three months. You can't go further behind in three months. And so he caught up his payments. Well, then, when his tax return came, he actually paid us five payments, and now he's two months ahead of us. So on this was a new transaction you've got into. It was less than two years old, about a year and a half in, but he was a contractor, and during that time he His personal business was suffering and he just ran out of cash to pay it. But he was going to get a large sum of money back and then you know another one, actually. Fell behind and has not been able to catch up. But he turned around and sold his home and he walked out a closing. We were paid everything, including late fees and penalties for the loan. When he walked out with a check for 20,000 in his hand instead of losing his home, So that's what's so different about now and 2000 and eight was everybody was getting foreclosed on because And demand was false. It was people buying foreign five houses as speculation and now you actually have most people that can't even find a home to live in, let alone rent and and and so it's a totally totally different Different market. But the big thing is is Don't let this well there's nothing to move into. I'm just stuck. And then now I have to live in eat ramen soup. And because I got this high property tax and And everything. I mean, there's definitely options. And if you'd like to find out, you know what those options might be other than reverse mortgage And I mean, I take pride and And pointing people in the right direction. And my name is Bob Zach Meyer. An expiry alone T and my phone number is 5 to 0314 sold. I'll give that again. At the end of the call 314 sold is pretty easy to remember. And then Tina Steel and be happy Mortgage. Can be reached and 86128 to 1..
Customs Agents At Chicago O’Hare International Airport Seize Hundreds Of Phony Luxury Items
"And hundreds of phony luxury items discovered by customs agents at O'Hare Airport yesterday, there were more than 400 bogus bags, sunglasses and wallets, replicating high end products like Chanel bags to your purses and even face Max from Louisville Town and Gucci. Value for real versions of all the items will be over. $600,000 Custom said the bundle was being shipped from Thailand to a home in Kansas and the name of the shipper was the same as that of the
"$600,000" Discussed on BaKChat
"Hey brian i want to welcome you to a very special episode of backchat today. Thank you you know. I'm happy to be welcomed. I'm are my energy's high today. Were we're literally vibrate a are. We just finished watching documentary about freeing britney spears yet and it was my first time your second time. Yeah you've done so much research into this whole. Oh i've been going down the the freebritney rabbit hole like for a long time for a long like years. I've been interested in this. But this documentary framing britney spears just came out from the new york times so today we are taking off our regular backchat hats and we are putting on our legal. All legit legal at all over listeners are aware that we ryan were the founders of backchat university. we are why we're professional astrologists. Who are professional. Rock all adjusts end. Today were legal. Al-ajez legal allergists. Yeah and we're going to put on our monaco's we have the receipts and you do we ever and we're going to be analyzing every one of those receipt. That's right by candlelight. By candlelight with the monocoque the mustache option. Yeah but you kinda need it to do. The twirling from really deepened thought. This is true. This is true enough speaking of receipts wanted to do maybe sponsors at the end today. Yeah i feel like. I'm going to do mine at the beginning. Okay okay. Because i want you to receive some okay right right. I forgot that today. Brian texted me yesterday. I'm like i have something to you. So i can see you already. Peaking over legs. What did they say. What did i see a I can't remember what did you say. I can't remember exactly. Because i'm so hyped. Up on this britney stein. No you said something that was going to blow my mind. I think oh. I cannot wait to see. I've got something for you that you will not believe young. Okay yeah all right exactly. Is there a belief song by brittany. I don't know she hub. Lake lyric up of lyric somewhere prophet. Okay well just like the validity of britney's conservatorship look which is unbelievable. Yeah the fact that I made this so. I didn't make the bag was made my god. I think i might know. It says so my fix monster. Today is my really good friend. Dilemma and mom lorraine oh so google goodies and i think wales crafts. I believe it was or whales wears and the rain. Please don't strangle me next time. I see you but something along those lines anyways. She had sewed this bag. Kill as kids. Alanna and her siblings never got wrapped presents lorraine always handsets isn't a great. Yeah and so like one of atlanta siblings came home..
"$600,000" Discussed on Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast
"Can't say that enough just like a complete just like he's a superstar like you might hate him but he's someone you're trying to get on your fantasy team or your team when you're constructing one on a computer or whatever. So, I don't know too big Milestones, which is I just wanted to bring it up there maybe been little Milestones but those are the two big ones from this week. So I just thought we should have mentioned them we could imagine done during the game, but I think it's important to recognize them separately. Just again legendary Bruins. We've been lucky like with this is the this is this generation of Bruins that you know, as people talk about music and all of them. Are they talk about, you know Bjork give York borken mountain and I can't believe I just thought Ray bork Bjork like Anders Bjork. That's so funny. These guys are them passed or not, you know like Pasternak might be the future. But Bergeron name is Sean Tuukka Rask David. Krejci. They Define their generation of ruins and They Carried the mantle, you know, the more the Bruins teams change the more they stay the same the game changes the more they say the same like it's an organization. I'm glad we have a healthy environment over the last twenty years then maybe for summer the previous times and at times in the history, but these days I just it's I'm already going to cry like when they retire like the Jersey, you know, the numbers going in the rafters am already upset about it and we still have them around for a little bit. So congratulations Shogun for always now. Okay Brad, sometimes you don't necessarily represent us the most ethnically but you've come around guy getting married and kid and stuff really did you dead? So congratulations boys on that overall though as a team. We are 11:00 5 and two but twenty four points. We played fifteen games good news is we're going into will be going in and we'll talk about it a minute though into a stretch playing at home. And we've been very good at home this year, which is not always been the case when playing at home. So exciting news this week came out though Charlie Baker starting on March 22nd Governor Charlie Baker, excuse me, for those of you who might not know if I say who Charlie Baker who the hell is Charlie Baker and if you're not from Mass, you might not know who Charlie Baker is a dog on me opening up sports venues and concerts and such at 12% capacity which looking at the screen 2100 fans of so, I don't even want to know what organ you have to sell to get a ticket to get in that building cuz I know how expensive they are when you can cram 14,000 of us in there so long I'm sure Julian Edelman from the Patriots is very prompt. He loves the Bruins and he tweeted like we're back baby. Let's walk and go March 22nd. So Julian Edelman might be in the building cuz he can afford the ticket but we sadly will not but big deal 12% It's opening the Bruins get the first home game not the.
Washington DC landlords, property managers settle lawsuits over living conditions, pandemic evictions
"Settling lawsuits in D C over shoddy building conditions and other acts. D C Attorney general Karl Racine announcing a host of agreements that begin with the Northeast landlord who was sued almost three years ago. Thomas Kay Stephenson, who runs to rent controlled apartment buildings, and Dean would was accused of forcing tenants to live with rats, Roaches, mold and inconsistent heat and hot water. Stevenson is now paying more than $600,000 in restitution to tenants and district penalties. Another owner who operates a building on cue street in Southie. He was also sued, agreeing to address security and gun violence around the property. And Racine also says the property management firm Lincoln will pay more than 17 Grand to D. C for improperly evicting tenants at war ones. Yorkshire apartments during the pandemic. Kenzo FEA W T O P News
Walsh Confirmation Hearing for Boston Mayor Marty Walsh to be Labor Secretary
"The confirmation process and today the president's nominee to Head up the Labor Department. He was before the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee often referred to as the Health Committee, Senator Elizabeth Warren, introducing the Boston mayor Marty Walsh, calling him quote a champion for unions attracting corporations to Boston to create jobs. Kansas Senator Roger Marshall with this exchange with the Boston mayor over the issue of a $15 minimum wage, I look at a cost of living Median house in Boston $600,000. Median house in my hometown of Great Ben is $83,000. The cost of living index in Boston is literally to point to a multiple of 2.2. From where I live. You have a minimum wage right now of $12. These 12 70 80 $12 the minimum wage in Great Bend a 7.25. So was $7 our job in Great bend and be like a $16 our job in Boston, Massachusetts. I guess you know, I'm trying to get at is how can we have a nationwide minimum wage of $15, which which, Frankly, would kill a lot of jobs and Kansas. So had man. I'm all for If you want $15 an hour in Boston, knock your socks off. But in Kansas, that would be a pretty big wage job killing wage. Well, thank you, Senator. I think the You around minimum wage that you're gonna be debated on the Senate floor in the United States. Congress floor. President Biden has distressed that he is supportive of $15.50 dollars now minimum wage a nation wage national national wage. I support him in that $15 minimum wage, And I think that is going to be many conversations from now till something passes the Senate in the House. Around conversations about how that if, in fact that passes how does that $15 How many ways can instituted that from today's confirmation hearing for Marty Walsh and exchange with Republican senator from Kansas Senator Marshall He is, of course, President Biden's nominee to become the next labor secretary, and Marty Walsh, by the way, who joined the Laborers Union local to 23 at the age of 21. He served as the union president until he became the mayor of Boston Back in 2014 more from
Boston Area's Bishop Feehan Hockey Team Returns To Ice After Teammate's Serious Injury
"One high school hockey team from Attleboro is back on the ice for the first time since an accident put one of their teammates in the hospital or details from WBZ TV Stephanie Chan. It was an emotional return to the rink, the bishop fiend Boys hockey team, rallying together an Attleboro after their beloved teammate A. J. Quetta suffered Spinal cord injury during a game on Tuesday there coach Kevin Dunn. It was very uplifting. I thought that they had ages to sister speak, that was that was very much been very, very difficult for them. The high school senior remains in critical condition after undergoing surgery in Boston. The outpouring of support has been overwhelming A go fund me for Quetta has raised more than $600,000 to help with medical expenses. While the Bruins amplify the fund raising efforts no, the sports Community. You know the hockey community and in the end the Patriots to be as generous as they are, and it's absolutely you know, words can really describe it. It will be a long road to recovery for the 18 year old senior He certainly won't be alone. Had his sisters let the crowd in prayer before Yesterday's
"$600,000" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics
"It would have been search christmas or holiday. I did it. Doesn't it doesn't give you that as an option more as christmas here are our best holiday books solid season. I could see that happening. You say that last year on dc universe. They did have a tab of like holiday books. And i was kinda winfield said. Hey seven lengthier stories. I was flipping through my university to find some. They don't have that tab or it's not coming up on my at. I don't see their children. tyler. I mean we're still adding snow. You know like that. It's it lasts months of being an actual thing but you know they didn't even do that to boost the comics that they want people to eat so just after that it would be nice to have that as the holiday. i mean. that's why you guys should be using comics allergy. That's all day is to superior comic book For the interwebs autumn have a subscription maze. Like yeah and you get a discount if you have amazon prime if i'm not mistaken so 'cause amazon owns it and you get a lotta good comic Books is low if you are a member of a comics allergy amazon. And i've discovered some really great. A nice is sponsored by. Yeah i wasn't saying don't now we're saying l. Where hours like about new spawned christmas. So we missed. There wasn't actually there was like i looked at it. I was like nah. It's not gonna make my top picks. But i mean no loaf and i were talking about this morning sponsors. Don't one of the books that sold only two ninety nine nine. I don't mean interest forgot to mention my book. i think sailor took it over. My honorable mentions was Comics i can't remember. The number was a sleigh ride. It's the one with the joker takes ten drake and driving him around on christmas. Eight twenty i had it and then sale accused stuff So i think that was a great one That was like one of the first christmas lights. Comments ever bikes picked it up off the shelf. And that's all paul dini. Okay i sold in that issue. You made some sort of like christmas. Special be cool. Somebody bruce sundlun. Yeah oh but anyway. My number one k home. It's i mean. I mean what's the plots of flashback issue. It's great hall joe. Fixit our favorite per se skies. dr raido. Well it's rhino. Come on santon. yeah you don't remember. I'm sure read this. You know i'm sure it did. L. rhino is for homeless. Does he can't get that stupid costume off. so he takes a job as departments. All i get us a street corner than this department. Store like makes them off the -partment source santa. So but then guess who shows up at the mall is again. It's flashing back to the point. Where because wolf this was actually published. You know charlie three seventy eight. It's the issue after sampson merges. The personalities but it's a flashback. When him rick and play quartermaine were traveling the country in that van. They stop at the mall at christmas time. And there's the rhinos sienna birth albums. Here thank you for joining us. I heard a big thud. I hear some crying. You ought to tell us that should go. That's exactly mumble bounce. Yes trust me. I bounced mine more than more than once. So how your have ib wool. Some of the kids get libyan in the rhinos like starts like throwing kids in the air. So you're getting for christmas. Has joke catches. The one kid is like were you the spirit of fractures yet to come again. Peter david yeah. Yeah and i just i right. I was probably my second favorite villain after auto. Because he's he's just he's such a sad sack. And i just want him to have a good day you know. That's the problem with rhino ola. My favorite comic book story bar. None is probably flowers to right now so that you know that is that is just you know. And that's what made me fall in love with rhino. Was like oh yeah. That's who this character is but yeah so they everyone here okay is. There won't want to either no just talking to my wife. Thank you are often say the. It'd be much longer fill room son. No honorable mentions. I was gonna mention mile. Honorable mention was captain america to ninety two cap versa lack crow another friend of the show written by jam dematteo. And this is the wine Yet takes place on christmas eve. Steve rogers and bernie widow. Oh yes but steve. Rogers and operating rosenthal engaged in this issue. Burning christmas eve. Oh excuse jewish so bad. Yeah i mean there actually are. I mean they're my honorable mentions would probably go to anything effort Did during who is a crater. It's not giving me him. When i'm gonna creators like if we had him back books giving me for him back books so you know. Oh yeah. I demand that they don't have the handbook to the marvel universe on the marvel. Unlimited app really annoys me. Right to them i will. I will a letter to the bullpen. I will but yeah no i remember. there's so many years always great for any kind of holiday and just for ever get the chance to read any book by him back Especially when he writes and draws. Because that's really the best ones. Just pick it up. It will warm your heart because he always says he always your heart. That's interview your with him. Back there you go all right Honorable mentions of how far pick archie. Holiday digest said that the the digital app is really awesome. It's one of the best digital out there Arches so and they're pretty cheap. I said six bucks for like twenty stories. Classic stories stories on a lot of it is betty veronica without archie thing like i said i'll put links to all these issues in the show notes so if anyone's interest lead nigel greasy not learn on a dc universe. Or i don't. I don't think i'm sure at the headliner. Al i was gonna say nothing else. Maybe comics all into your somebody. Yeah so or anything else. Kids for for the holidays.
"$600,000" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Residence. What if it's a four plex, and you live in one of the four plex units? What about the other three? Do you see How many questions? By the way I have. I have three pages of notes. And then how if a child does live in the principal residence in order to get the exclusion? How long did they have to live there? Do they have to live there forever? Do they have to live there for 30 days, so they have to live there long enough to get the water connected. How long do they have to live there? It just says that in order to get the exemption, the beneficiary has to live in the house. Mom and Dad's house and parent child exclusion. How long do they have to live there? What if one of the Children lives out of state? Are they gonna have to move here to get the parent child exclusion? I don't know. There's no definition of family or residents. In the in the statute. What about the right of occupancy? What about irrevocable trust? Don't know. The assessor and his staff said We don't know because there haven't been any rules or regulations. Nothing out of the Board of Equalization or nothing out of the Legislature. Those of you That are politically active. You should be on the phone tomorrow, demanding that the Legislature deal with this and that the Board of Equalization deal with this In addition, Have somebody does die. Let's say they have a trust under the new rules. And somebody does die you need to notify, even if it's a trust, you need to notify the assessor's office within 150 days. That the principal mom and dad or whoever it is created. The trust died If you don't do that, within 150 days, according Know what we heard today again. This is my opinion only. The million dollar parent child exclusion goes out the window. And the date of death is the change in the ownership, so not when the trust or the probate is done the date of death. Is the change of ownership between parent and child. Not when the probate is done not when the trust had been administered. Not any of that kind of stuff. You know how many people know to contact the assessor now are going to know that they have to contact the assessor's office with 150 days of Mom and Dad's death when they haven't even notified you have 180 days in a trust. And notify the beneficiaries. Most probably it's take a year and a half. And by the way, the assessor today said they're going to take the date received at the county at the county recorder's office, Sir, the assessor's office, not the date the documents were done. The date of death. Becomes the change in ownership. I I'm not making this stuff up, folks. There's so much I could go into. But you know the implementation date is February. The 16th of this, I'll bet you you didn't know that. About you. You thought because you believed all the ads. It said. If you vote for prop 19, you're voting for the free transfer of property between parent and child, and that was not the truth. And if you look at the people that sponsored prop 19, it will answer a lot of questions for you. This is about increasing the assessed valuations of homes upon the death of a parent and the transfer to a child. Now I don't know how to make it any clearer to you. I can't give you a lot more information. They handed out a full a thing. That's parent, child, grandparent grandchild exclusions under current law and prop 19. But but it's it's all still up in the air, and it's all still based on contingent upon what the board of equalization are going to do, and And what the Legislature is going to do. We're not going to do and remember the boys and girls under the dome. Don't come back until next year. And the drop dead date on this is February. The 16. Now here is the best I can tell you. If you want more information you might want to call me You might want to get a consultation. You might want to talk and I'll tell I'll give you the information that I can But, uh Yes, it's Even even some of the stuff that they handed out from the, um The board of Equalization is different than what the assessor said that he believed it was gonna be also, we were we understand there may be some constitutional lawsuits over this issue. Because this proposition addressed at least four different issues, and by law, propositions can only address one issue. So you might want to contact anybody that's involved in the that stuff. I can't. I can't direct you anywhere, but I can't tell you what a bad in my opinion. What a bad law. This is. And how it's going to impact, not billionaires, which is what you were led to believe with the ads. Not billionaires, but average people. Average people. There are lots of people in Sacramento who have the house is worth more than $1 million. There are lots of people. You may not live in one, but they're people. You know. There are people living in three bedroom, two bath houses in free month that the house is worth more than a million dollars. There are people living in condos in San Francisco that are worth more than a million dollars. And none of us would call them a rich. Was in somebody's house today or the other day. Not today, the other day that lives in a suburb of Sacramento that lives in a million dollar house. They lived there for 40 years. It happens to be on horse property. It happens to be a couple acres. They didn't do anything. They've lived there for 40 years. But now the house is worth over a million dollars. They didn't do anything or they're rich. No, they get pensions like the rest of us. They just happen to have a house worth a lot of money, and now they're building to transfer that house. To their Children has been changed by prop 19. And that's not what it was sold to you as I suggest you do some research. I suggest you get some answers. I suggest that those of you who are politically active Get on the phone today. And make phone calls to your local assemblyman, our state our state representative and ask of do a little research first and ask him why they have done this to average California. Is this simply a way around prop 13. Because it's gonna have a huge now there may be some work arounds. I'm not free to go into all of them on the radio, because you know they may not apply to you, but I know there's discussions on listservs and other places where they're talking about work, arounds and other things that people need to do to make sure that they have protected their home and they're able to pass that on to their Children without a reassessment. Um uh, I on G. It's not just gonna happen to billionaires. This is gonna happen. You know how many people live in Atherton? That live in a $2 million house that lived there for 50 years. It wasn't worth $2 million.50 years ago, but now it's worth 2,000,032 a half million dollars. They'd like to pass it on to their Children. There's maybe a reassessment of the property that could cost the property taxes the double or triple. Now you tell me who benefits from that, and it's not mom and pop or their kids. All of what I've just said, is my opinion only. If I can help You'd like to talk to me. And I maybe can shed a little more light in a private conversation. I would be happy to do that. Part of my problem right now is everybody is hamstrung with information. Nobody knows because the way this proposition was written And it put unrealized deadlines. No definitions of words. Just here's what's gonna happen. And here's what's gonna happen between parent and child, the only people that can deal with this or the Board of Equalization who can write reasonable rules favorable to citizens. Or they can write rules favorable to municipalities. One of the legislature who can write rules or or postpone deadlines and give people more time to deal with this, But if it's not dealt with either way, this stuff is going into effect on February, the 16th. And nobody's talking about it. There was a lot of people talking about it today. Include a attorneys and people like me and people that follow this kind of stuff. The state planners. There was a real estate broker. There was somebody there from the title company. They're trying to figure out what to do. Nobody knows how to make this work. If I can help you call me today. 809 998007 800. 9998007.
"$600,000" Discussed on KTRH
"50 States animal s consumer access that orc number 30 30. And now David is timeto. Welcome on Jason Module in the president of the Texas Alliance of Energy Producers. Who, by the way, is definitely not a stranger to in the low patch radio show. Jason. Welcome back to in the old Patrick, you, Karen. It's great to see you, David. We wanted to have a show on. We have a session that's coming up in 2021, Texas on Lee meets every two years. So to get all the state's business is done and crammed into one short session for two years is very, very important to the citizens of Texas. Especially in the oil and gas. So David and I thought it was important that we get you on the show. And let's really debrief on what you think the oil and gas industry is facing this session as well as we have covert going on the pandemic. How will the legislators respond to visitors? So let's begin with as they meet in January? I think the last show we had you on you said there were 900 bills filed as of right now, and you guys at the Texas Alliance. Had your eye on some of them. Let's go into detail. What is the oil and gas? The early bills that are being signed? What do you think of the largest interest that you guys have on certain bills? And why? Thanks, Kim. Absolutely. Legislation has already started to be filed that started that week after the election November 9th and we've seen about 1000 bills filed so far on both the House and Senate side. In total, they should file about 10,000 legislative items. Now, most of those will not patch on will not be signed into law by the governor. We track a number of them, and we're currently tracking about two dozen bills some positive, some negative for oil. And yes, some of the big ones that we're watching right now. Our proposed tax increases which we don't think we'll pass. With there's a conservative Republican legislature and Republican governor, but it certainly items that we are concerned and worried about way would not want to see tax increases on natural gas producers. We certainly wouldn't want to see tax increases on in consumers in raising the gasoline tax. Or in raising cost to consumers in their homes and businesses. It's about 40 days away for the legislative session, which will start January, 12 2021 Jason, Where did we end up after the election in terms of the balance of power? No, I think in the Senate it's unchanged, but we did have a slight change in the makeup of the house. Correct what? It was the exact reverse, so we'll just, um one Republican Senator Pete Flores. Um, that's right, replaced by Democrat rolling here, 12 Roland, uh, has been on energy resource is for a number of sessions in the house, so he moves over to the Senate. He's very familiar with the purple innovation in the eagle for S O. We hope to have a partner there in the Senate to work with us. He was very good to the to the oil and gas industry. So so we hope to continue that. Relationship in the house. Remarkably, it was unchanged. There were there were two seats that change position, both in the Houston area. One went from a Democrat back to a Republican. And on then another held by a Republican for quite a while, Um she was beaten by Democrats, so no change in the house. Remarkably, there was lots of anticipation that there would be a blue wave, and maybe Democrats would even pick up as many as 12 seats. That's what they picked up this the year before. The election before, but it didn't happen. One question I have about. We heard the commissioner's especially commissioner Christian before the session really kind of going after the energy industry about flaring. Are there any specific bills looking at that specific area, or is it just Not gonna happen this session. We haven't seen any proposals filed as of yet on that Look, the industry has been very proactive along with the real, You know, I agree with you. I agree with you in establishing the Texas methane and flaring coalition, and really, we want to be able to tell the positive story of both. Regulatory actions that have taken place but also industry innovation and initiative to see flaring and venting reduced the railroad commission this past summer did report on positive signs. Um, of reduced flaring inventing in the state. We want to see those trends continue. So the text Methane flaring coalition has been very active in both working with industry but also working with our regulators to see that trend. Continue some of the proposals that we've heard about in the Legislature. Would be along the lines of tax increases on producers making sure that if they do flare, they would be subject to that tax. This would be an additional tax on top of the taxes that they already paid. We've also seen some proposals that would limit flaring around. Um, cities or other protected classes of property s O. Those air are potentially coming. We haven't seen them filed yet. What would they do to tax flaring? Would they just basically impose a severance tax on the volumes? Of natural gas that air flare. That's absolutely right. It would be some portion of severance taxes on gas unsold, which is kind of a unique what is the price of gas on sold? Um, they would have to come up with a rate on a flat dollar amount by which they would apply to that gas. But we do see those scenarios with some types of mineral holders, in particular state mineral owners with university lands and with the General Land Office. Which do recoup some amount of money from Claire Gas s so we might see that replicated. We certainly would not like to see that statewide. Look Clarence done because it is unavoidable. It is that safety issue certainly operators and don't want to flare beyond what they need toe clean out that well and get that gas to market s O. Sometimes it's simply unavoidable. We would like to see that trend reduce with newer technologies employed. And smarter. Best practices in the field to retain as much of that gas possible and get it to market. You know, You're right, Jason. I don't think operators are obviously not doing it just to do it. When we get back from break, I wanna get into the topic of Cove it and how that's gonna affect the session. You're listening to an old Patrick. A show will.
"$600,000" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"$600,000" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"This is our final show for 2020. And we're finishing up a run of 12 shows this year and so thankful for Ray Post and the all things real Estate Radio Program Hut in broadcasting. 80 RC 12 60 won all 3.7 talk radio. We're just so grateful for all the opportunities to spread the word about real estate and mortgage lending, as it applies to us here in northern Mexico and around the country, So, um, so excited on this segment to introduce a top Realtor with the Sotherby's international group, Mr Gary Bubble Skate Your ace. Thanks so much for joining us today. It's great to be here. Nice to see next to talk to you, Scott. I know you gotta We've all had a great interesting year. No, it's interesting here. Yeah, yeah, challenge challenging for sure. But But the business in real estate and mortgage lending has been one of the few industries that has really continued on very strong pace. Aziz. We both know buyers and sellers are still continuing to to do business and you have and we're gonna talk a little bit about how we do that during the cove it time, But I want to start by getting a little bit of background on Gary and What brought you into real estate and learn a little bit about more who you are. So tell us a little history. So, Gary, Bob. All ski help. Hi, everybody. Um Yes. So I grew up in the Washington D. C suburbs Virginia. And, uh, Then I went to Clemson University who is going to be in the playoffs again that they just beat Notre Dame yesterday. So that was exciting. Yeah. They Then I worked in D. C and work in California. There's a tour Europe. Anyway. I was in my later twenties and I came out to Santa Fe. Actually, I had a brother that's out here and He was leaving. So I started in real estate. And sold a dollar back in 91. Which was kind of a big deal back then, because Back in the early nineties. He got maybe $10 million plus sales per year. Now you probably have got at least 100, 150 or 200. Even I don't know, because I think I've sold like 10 this year. But anyway, so and that was in 91, then another one of Spencer's French Pat Michael, French. And then you know, we went through a transition and we've been with Sutherby. So I think I've been Friends and friends. So Beauty's forest long as anybody. I'm still just a yes guy at 57. So, um No. So so but but anyway, but I just you know, like a lot of people. I came to Santa Fe as kind of a whim. Just try it. And then I just 30 years later, here I am. Um Hmm. Uh, Angela, we have two kids. Alexander and Carolina, Um I'll build a couple house just sitting in my house and live off of Tom a road. And so it's so it's nice to You know, I know, building pretty well, I'm not. I'm not a builder, but you know, so it's nice and with in real estate and knowing building so that way, you know, inside the walls and the footings of foundations that you can talk people through the hole. No aspect of el homes were built and things like that, even though you know there's a lot of specifics, but just generally, and there's a lot of new building materials and green materials that people were using. Oh, That's gonna me and chill. Yeah, that Z. That's really good. It's a great and that I don't know if you knew that Kristen in my office. She's she's originally from the D. C. Virginia suburbs area as well. You know what? I didn't know what I think we talked. You did. Yes. Yeah, It's a small world, isn't it? It was small world. Yeah, Smaller. So you mentioned you mentioned French and French, obviously then developing into the Sotherby's who acquired the the Agency s o, You know, in real estate, as we know people move. I mean, people move from agency to agency. Some move a lot, Some really move and and you know it. In order to stay where we are. We have to really like the people in the product and the services that we can offer. You know, and agents are somewhat independent, although you are tied to the brand and what comes with that. So tell me why sotherby's Why is that you, you states along? You're one of the longest tenured team members there. What is it about? Sotherby's that you love so much. You know, so I think I I like it because I because I know it. I like the presence that we have. I like, you know, especially on the high end. You know, our our marketing is really second to none. You know, I've been approached, You know, bio, You know all the different brokers and you know there's there's a couple that you know if I ever left Sotheby's I would you know, I would consider, but it just didn't make any sense for me to move and You know, it's it's a lateral movement. It just didn't make any sense. Plus You know, A lot of people just want to be with Sotheby's. I know and between me and Sotherby's. It's just It's just a really good match. Um You know, and I'm proud to be there. To be honest with you. It's It's got a great name, and they're constantly improving themselves and staying is cutting edge as the candy. Um And then we have you know, Linda Burrell in our office is awesome. You know, she's She's our our office manager and does everything she's She's just She's just a just a great lady. So, yeah, you have a great marketing team. So it just didn't make any sense for me. Oh, you know what you know, and we and then you know we get we're commission based. And you know, the very fair with Anyway, so it's it's just a can't say. Yeah, No, no, it's Zehr. All great reasons to stay. If we're you know, you invest Yoon Angela invest a lot of time and energy and effort. Let's sweat and tears literally, you know, into your clients and into your careers and so having that type of support No, Linda and Greg and and the team that you have that you work with. Plus it's backed up with international technological services. And like you said marketing services. Those types of things just are really good to work with. Right on. That's what a blessing that is for you. Yeah, it's it's super. So, Yeah, I don't see. You know any reason toe, make a move. You know something? You know, we don't know They are corporately run, which has its ups and downs, But pretty much you know, we're on our own. No, we're it. We're all into down contractors. We just have a lot of good support, and it's there if you lot of great support That's right. That's right. Well, fantastic. So tell me. I know I know you mentioned earlier about, you know, understanding some components of construction and the building on components that go into the building. So other than your knowledge of that, what other things? Do you feel like you and Angela offered to your clients that sent you a little bit apart? You know why? Why the bubble ski team. One is one of the things that I like to do, especially when I'm marketing. A property listing and marketing of property is to go through the property, and I just I did We did this twice this week. Getting that we have this mobile stage unit, but We like to do all the work up front. You know you wanna you wanna As soon as the property goes on the market you wanted to show in its best light. You know, they say, Well, we could give him a painting Creditor. We could do the carpet or, you know, it's just you know, this junkie French, you know you It's an emotional by And well, it can't be emotional by And it's I think it's a functional by so you want you want your house to look the best, and that's what we do. I'm just like this week. I've got painters..
"$600,000" Discussed on KCRW
"Even though it is the first day of our fundraiser, there's still news happening in the world. So there is talk about in the noon hour. We'll talk about President Trump and whether he is indeed out of the woods or not, with a medical expert who is very Skeptical that he is out of the woods and alarm has many medical professionals are that he is roaming around the White House, a masked and and giving Speeches or at least a statements on camera without a mask and playing down the virus, as he has since the get go, so talk about his messaging and what the course of his disease possibly looks like, and also about these experimental drugs that he talking And you know whether or not it was advisable to throw everything but the kitchen sink at him so early on in the diagnosis, so we'll talk about that. We'll also meet one of our local MacArthur genius is the annual grants were announced today, and they're two locals, one of whom is a playwright. In Santa Monica, and we'll talk to her about her award. Apparently, she thought when they were calling her to tell her she won and you win more than $600,000. With this award, we thought it was spam, so she kept hanging up on you. I love that. That's like times. That's I keep getting calls, saying that there's an arrest warrant out for me. You know, it's like he's crazy Sam calls or they're, like, Give us your social Security number. But it's the MacArthur people. Oh, my God. So mean, Of course, you'd hang up court anyway, because it may have said potential spam on the call. Oh, my gosh. That sounds like a great interview, and I'm so glad you're getting to the bottom. I'm so glad you're getting to the bottom of all of this coveted Ah, business going on. And yeah, it's just insane. Apparently, the White House is like a ghost town because people are so afraid to come to work. They're afraid they're going well, I wouldn't go to work there. No way. No, I mean it's a It's a hot spot for viral transmission. It has Kano for so I know. Yeah, that's just that's that's a fact. Right there. Well, look, we're all working remotely these days. So we are, anyway, it is great to hear from you. Madeline Madeline brand and press play at noon, right after morning becomes eclectic in Madeline. What?.
Notorious B.I.G.’s $6 Plastic Crown Sells for Nearly $600,000 at Sotheby’s First Hip-Hop Auction
"A plastic crown worn by the notorious B. I G and his last photo shoot has sold for almost $600,000. The photograph who did the photographer rather who did the shoot in 1997 bought the crown for six bucks. Sotheby's in New York, held the auction last night. It's first hip hop memorabilia event.
"$600,000" Discussed on KPCC
"And then the scientists were carrying around the handheld versions of perseverance is tools and following the commands of Mission Control, Tio make sure that everything operated the way it's supposed to operate. I think one of the best things about this launch yesterday is that I don't know about you, but it's kind of nice to look forward to something happening potentially in February. It might be some good news might be something to look forward to. That has nothing to do with any of the stuff happening on Earth, right would be really great, like, watch a landing in February and have that have that kind of Communal experience. You know, the last times we've had Rovers land. People got really excited, and they were actually, you know, people sort of turning out. Watch this thing communally. Well, I guess we won't be able to do that exactly anymore. But Being able to have a shared experience seems really nice right about now. Yeah, let's look forward to maybe being a little bit more communal than we are right now. Yeah, but Well, let's turn the one last story here and some revelations that were news to me. First news that the Pentagon has an office for investigating UFOs. And it now has a new report coming out soon. So tell us about this. The New York Times is reporting that they these records from a Senate committee report that happened last month have been released Her showing that this secretive Pentagon UFO investigation program that was supposedly scrapped years ago is still in operation. Instead of being shut down. It was renamed and transferred over to the Naval Intelligence Office. So now it's called the unidentified aerial phenomenon Task Force and which is a lot, and its goal is to basically standardized collection reporting on sightings of unexplained aerial vehicles. So if you think about like those grainy cockpit videos you might have seen in the last couple of years. Where you had 16 like spotting these strange shapes in the sky, and what is more, according to this committee report, the task force is sent to report at least some of its findings to the public within 180 days of the passage of the Intelligence Authorization Act. So this task force began in 2007. There was supposed to been shut down in 2012. But rumors have been circulating for years that it's still up and running, and technically, it's not really looking for little green people. What's actually looking for is evidence that other countries have developed high tech aircraft that they're using in our airspace. Or at least that's what is officially doing. Some of its fans, which include former Senator Harry Reid really are hoping that it's going to find evidence of alien visitation. And there are you know, astronomers there. Astrobiologists. They're like All of these people involved is signed his contractors who are working with this team and like trying Tio understand what's going on. So how seriously should we take that piece of it? Obviously, there's a military interest in figuring out whether or not other countries air flying over the U. S with weird new vehicles. But how seriously should we take this search for little green men as you as you put it. I think it's important to kind of has these sort of groups that are looking into those kind of things because having some transparency to that, having You know it not just be. A thing that people tell you they don't want you to know about is, I think valuable and so getting these reports out there having some of this information coming out, I guess, hypothetically relatively soon, you know, I think that that is that's useful, and it's bound to be interesting. I guess it gives us something else to look forward to. Yeah, we're out of time. Thanks so much to Maggie Kurth, a senior science writer for FIVETHIRTYEIGHT in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Thanks Maggie. After the break, we'll talk about some new twists on the many science experiments aboard the international space station. Stem cells, homegrown human cartilage and other biology in space. This is science Friday from W. NS studios. It's pretty bad. You're gonna need a lot of hysterical headlines. Viruses here home, she says. I'm Lawrence Poland listened for the international perspective on the pandemic. Possible legal implications of attempt to restart sport plus the rest of tomorrow's news on BBC News Day Note. Single BBC cameraman filming the Farmer opens the back of his van picks a Bahama and threatens US BBC News Day Sunday to Thursday night at 10. On 89.3 kpcc..
White House signals support for $600 jobless benefit
"Trump to his credit, and you won't get the credit. But to his credit, Trump and some of the Republican allies in the Senate signal that they want to extend temporarily. These $600 per week expanded jobless benefit in order to fill the gap between now but nobody listened. Nobody listen, They just sort of left. Democrats have so far rejected an extension to anything. And they say the next relief bill needs to move as a complete package. Do you think they'll get punished? By the way? Do you think they'll get vilified in the media? For not wanting to do any work. They passed there. What the hell did they call it? They're heroes package. Which was nothing. But ah loaded down situation with money for special interests and attempt to buy votes for the Democrats in 2020. That's all it was. It was an attempt to purchase the 2020 election with your money. By the way, That's what that was all about. Now. Republicans argue the provisions passed in March at the peak of the crisis has discouraged people from returning to work. As when Ah added to their local inflamed benefit. Some workers are taking in Mohr than they had been paid to work. There are actually people benefiting There are people doing better right now. Not working. So where is the incentive? I mean, people want to go backto work? Sure. Percentage of people do. Some people like sitting around and watching TV. Even though there's nothing on TV, my God! I have seen every friends episode Every single friends episode at least three times since this started because we got into a bad time where there's nothing out there. I mean, show something else. I got really excited. A few weeks ago, they started showing psych marathons on TV. I loved psych for a while, they were showing Xena Warrior Princess Marathon. I like that. Watch those with sound out that kind of stuff. So I like that, but for by and large on a daily basis, I think it's on TBS. The on ly thing. Toe watch that's worth watching that has any entertainment value on TV. That's on TV. That's not streaming or anything like that is friends and I have seen every episode because my daughter is obsessed. And the words, guys. You guys are so lucky. You get to watch this when it was on my God felt lucky. Um, like watching Jennifer Aniston. I'm not gonna lie anyway. Democrats note that many people don't have jobs to return Tio with unemployment hovering around 11% in June, well because the country is not opening back up. So I mean, it's not, you know, one doesn't necessarily equate to the other President Trump was willing to extend the $600 bonus for another week as a bridge, while horse trading between the two sides continued. But the Senate adjourned as he addressed reporters at the White House on Thursday evening. That was a flaw. All right, not everything. I don't care what anybody says. Not everything Republicans do is perfect. Not everything Democrats do is bad. That was a mistake. McConnell sent people home. People are going to remember that That was screwed up, and that was a mistake. There is no reason to go home. There's no reason to adjourn. Certainly not on Thursday. Well, everybody else has to work works Friday. You know has to work on Friday. They should've stayed. They should have hammered it out. That is 100% What they should have done. I don't care what anybody says. That was a mistake, and that's going to cost us in November's just the reality, Trump said. We want a temporary extension of expanded unemployment benefits. This will provide a critical bridge for Americans who have lost their jobs to the pandemic through no fault of their own. This's not anybody's fault, he said, calling on Democrats toe work with him on measures which would stop Americans from being evicted from their homes and to pass another round of direct checks, which which both sides support. You just need to agree on a on a number. Now, of course, Democrats have been married to what they call the heroes. They passed their $3 trillion heroes package. How much time do you think I've actually spent? On the actual bills for this kind of stuff. And how much time do you think has spent on the acronym Do you think they have a subcommittee that comes up with the acronyms? You think there's a group that sits around and then comes up with the thing and with the actual bill and all the money And how long after that, do you think? Do we have to wait until the sub committee comes up with the acronyms? Did you know they got they got they got to test it. It's got to be heroes. It's going to be something positive. Obama and, um, did so. Democrats passed in the House passed a three tailed trillion dollar package last month, which would extend the $600 per week federal boost to January 2021 while also allocated $175 billion for rent mortgage aid again. I don't think I need to be $600. I think that we need the rent mortgage aid, but the bit what's one thing you never hear about? Is the bill was loaded down with money for special interests in an attempt to buy votes for the Democrats in 2020. As a result, it had no chance in the Republican controlled Senate Conservatives have refused to pass a measure. Peter Ki, even eager to keep the fourth aid package to around $1 trillion. On Monday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell unveiled his own heels act. They didn't focus group that one. Heels. I know what they're trying to do, but it sounds like they're a bunch of heels. They needed to do better without one with reduced federal unemployment insurance, But the Democrats won't budge, McConnell said. Day drill redline and sand liability protection. In the next Corona legislation. Otherwise, we're going to get the courts are getting it loaded down. But under liability protection. The courts are getting it loaded down because people are going to view this was an opportunity, too. So we talked about it earlier in the show. People are going to file lawsuits all over the place because somebody some restaurant somewhere didn't require people to cover their mouth when they got something like that. I got sick when I got not shows at this place, and therefore that companies that businesses you know, insurance has to pay me $600,000 because I got covert and I was afraid and the mental anguish with diet. That kind of stuff is gonna happen, so we need liability protection. We don't need $600 every week on top of what the states are giving us. And more than anything else. Everybody on every side. Every side of the aisle needs to come together and talk and negotiate and not just hold their breath and stomp their feet and it was a big mistake to send the Senate home. Huge mistake to send the Senate home because they still have work to do.
Seattle City Council debates how to defund police department
"Council, wrapping up his discussions about cutting police funding by 50% more from couples that market here's what the mayor's actually proposing that they be cutting $600,000 in travel and training. Two million, not replacing positions. 8.5 1,000,000 in overtime. Two million and not purchasing equipment in a police contract correction and four million and not buying capital items. But what council members and community groups want are those funds to be redirected into a new form of policing how community responders can play a role in this new policing effort. Now the mayor's proposal that we just went through Those budget cuts don't reflect any of that Mayor's proposal reflects basically a belt tightening of sorts for the remainder of the year. The mayor has said. Any long term changes in the department cannot be implemented immediately. But that's what some of the council members one That's
City pays $600,000 to hackers who seized its computer system
"L officials here in Rivi, or a beach making headlines nationwide after paying a hacker to get their computer systems back officials voted this week to pay the hacker sixty five bitcoins, the value of six hundred thousand dollars city computers, have not been functional sense, an employee clicked on a militias emailing three weeks ago. And as a result, police and fire departments have been writing down nine one, one calls on paper city officials hope the hacker will hand over any encrypted data when the ransom is paid hackers have demanded a ransom Dunlop government computers in Baltimore, Maryland. But city leaders, they are
City pays $600,000 to hackers who seized its computer system
"Meal. Florida city agrees to pay six hundred thousand dollars in bitcoin ransom. So hackers will release its computer records, the hackers encrypted the files after a Riviera beach employee. Clicked an Email link and allowed them to install malware. Rivera beaches also spending a million dollars on new computers and hardware. We told you the city of Atlanta was hit by a crippling ransomware attack last
N.J. nursing home fined $600,000 following the deaths of 11 children
"Remaining New Jersey health center is being fined six hundred thousand dollars following a viral outbreak that led to the deaths of eleven children James flippin has the story that happened this past fall at the nursing center in Haskell when a strain of the ad no virus second group of patients with compromised immune systems. Federal inspectors say they found a number of life threatening violations during a follow up investigation. Leading to the fine reports indicate that the nursing centers now in line with both state and federal