21 Burst results for "100 Grand"

"100 grand" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"100 grand" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Guy steve dot com and shoot us a question. So these new reverse mortgages are truly a gift from God. I wish I was 62. I would do it. Let me tell you every couple months. Another part of your body quits working. No, You don't want to be 62 yet, but that I don't want to make a mortgage payment. But here's another thing that I found interesting. Steve is if you wanted to make a mortgage payment on these, you could absolutely It's flexibility. Absolutely. So, Steve, I have a question for you. I'm gonna put you on the hot seat. All right. I had a question today. What made my pants are on fire? Yes. If I'm in the hot seat, Okay. Oh, yeah. What? Where does the interest rate account? Where is that interest rate coming from? The feds? Is it coming? Where is that coming from? A good question. There's two ways to do reverse mortgages. What is on a fixed rate and of course, everybody says I want to fix great, then the option. Another option is an adjustable rate. And the adjustable rate is not the ugly kind of adjustable rate where people lost their houses. This adjustable rate is based on the one year T bill, one of the slowest moving adjustable rates ever invented by mankind. Okay, so people don't know Doc. Doctor, I still want to fixed rate until you understand that on a fixed rate the bank gives you about 25%. Less money. And then people go. You know, I think the adjustable rates probably going to be OK. Yeah, because the reason we do these reverses is to give people cash. So they can survive and let me tell you if you're planning on the demise of a spouse, which, by the way, when people turn in their sixties that becomes a really big deal. Who's going to die first and Houses, surviving spouse going to survive. We really need to start a conversation about these new reverse mortgages because it just might be. The option and we talked to people every time every day. One of the spouses has died and the surviving spouse is in deep doo doo. Because they don't have enough cash. Well, it can it goes back to when do you need to call about refinancing to all wait until you're there until you have no money left. Because if you call us a couple months before you're totally out of money We can do some really cool things for you. So you know, I'm just a big fan of doing these new reverse mortgages. I have one on my own home to make sure my wife has taken care of when I die. Of course, we're always looking at each other saying, who's going to die first? Yeah, And you know, Steve, it's also very interesting trait with these is it doesn't count as income. So I gave you 100 Grand. It's not taxable, not taxable. Why Because it's considered as alone. It's loan proceeds Equity out of your home. That's right. Okay, Don't worry about that taxes. I don't care if you have a million dollar home is free and clear. You cannot spend it. Okay. But if I give you part of the equity back when you have no house payments Well, that's a pretty slick deal and let me tell you a lot of people think just poor people do reverse mortgages. Oh, no. I just closed a $10 million house in Aspen. Let me tell you Rich people are doing these because they know the power of getting money that you don't have to pay back as long as you follow the rules. Okay, We're darn near at the end of the show here, Katrina. How should we finish up? You know, all I got to say is, um, just make sure that you don't waste our wait until the last minute. That is a big deal because Just like with my client. She came in November. She thought she was ready. She wasn't ready. Now there's problems in the home and we're almost a year out. So just don't wait. That's my best advice. Just give us a call. No matter what situation you're in. And I'm happy to brainstorm. Do anything I can do to get you to where we need to be. You know, guys, if you're living in desperation stop it. Can't give us a call. Don't be afraid. 877299..

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"100 grand" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"100 grand" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"A large city. Maybe making 100 grand the year you or maybe more. You could have a firefighter. A police officer. Making into the six figures, maybe some overtime. Maybe run a little small business on the side for a couple to get to 400 grand. That is not wealthy. That is not Jeff bezoza amazon dot com Richest man in the world wealth, but the Democrats want to treat it like this. Democrats. Again, jacking up the corporate tax rate wanted to jack up individual rates. Trying to Jack up $3 trillion in tax hikes. Which is just unfathomable on their spending plan and then trying to pay for it Plan. And trying to hit mom and pop in small businesses. Right between the eyes, just clock him over the head with a lead pipe. Why don't you just do that? Instead? That will be less painful. Just disgusting beyond belief. I was looking at some analysis here from From from 80 are, you know Americans, tax reform and in some of the numbers when you get into the weeds here, I mean, it really is just Oh horror show. And what this could potentially do to the economy. So coming off of Covid And what has happened to many small businesses. Now you want to hit them with. Tax rates that are on bearable. In many cases. We've We've been through this rodeo before, and It just makes those sense. I mean, the common sense suggests that first of all You don't smash individuals, couples and small businesses and and and corporations when we're trying to get our footing. And many are still trying to recover. Many will never recover. Now you go on a spending spree and you come up with the tax increases that are The largest ever. It just makes absolutely no sense at all. The details are just remarkably disturbing. We'll follow it. And it's good to see that Joe Manchin is stepping in the way. I mean, if there's any saving grace here It's good to see that that Joe Manchin Cinema out in Arizona. Making.

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"100 grand" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"100 grand" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"To Dell wants the radio show today We're doing the emails. That is the last week or two that I've received in Glass question we have was, um, you know, I'm looking at this money and investing it, but it's in my IRA. What should I do? If I leave in the IRA, I don't have any cash flow. If I take it out of the IRA, I pay taxes, and I said, Well, you just got to look at it. You don't really have that money until you take it out of that IRA. It's not yours. A plunge the IRA, which is Government held entity really saying that we're holding your money for you until you decide to pay us taxes. Now, if you want to let that money become larger and larger and larger. Then we'll let you go and let it become larger within the I raise, so that when you get ready to pay taxes, you pay more taxes. That's the only way you look at it. So if I want you to think about this way, if you're thinking about taking money out of your area, want you to think about talking to your boss and your boss is look, Bob. Because, Sam, you know, basically says here is just saying, Look, I don't want to allow my my Income bracket to go up right and that's the problem. It's uh You know, if you take the money out, you're already making your income Make underground year you tax at 100 year level. But if you take 100 grand out of your IRA, then you're taxed at 200 grand a year. So the concept as you're supposed to take the money out of your IRA. Once you quit your job and or retired, because then you don't have income, offsetting the taxes and you pay the same taxes you pay. But the reality is you're going to pay the taxes. And so you know, the discussion was Hey, you take it out a little bit at a time, invested a little bit at a time and you take the hit a little bit of the time and not Jackie tax bracket of the large amount. That's a possible way to do it. Right. Um On the other hand, think about this. What if your boss came to you today and said Bob I'm gonna give you a $50,000 bonus this month. Would you say, Sir, Please don't do that. Why, Bob? Cause you're gonna Jack my tax bracket up. It's gonna mess me up bad. Okay, well, Bob, I was going to give you 100,000 this year. 50,000 and 50,000 here, please, Boss. Don't give me that 100 grand You know how bad that to mess up my tax bracket. Think about it that way. And then you see how stupid it is deep worry about taking the money out of the IRA. If you were dumb enough to put it in the IRA in the first place dumb enough to put in the 41 kid in the first place and let a large amount of money accumulate under a tax rate that's higher than lower and said, Why do I say that? Because there lies at the end of your life, you're gonna be in your lowest tax bracket. That's not true at the end of your life. When you're my age, you're in the highest tax bracket you've ever been in. Having a higher tax bracket I've ever been in. It doesn't go down As you get older, it goes up, especially if you're investing. So it's a lie. So what you have to do is just unlearn the lie that they burdened you with. All right. She was the next in here says first, Let's say thanks for giving me so much inspiration. I have been listening to your show for over two years. Now. Here are the facts. I'm 62 years old. Now. Here's an interesting one when we get into these ones where they start telling us their age. Now they're looking at a whole another variable factor. And that is Can I do this at my age? Okay, so I am 62. I'm working from home full time and take care of my 88 year old mother. I make $32,000 a year. After 30 years of marriage, I'm able to now think for myself divorced for five years Now he took everything and then some. I've repaired my credit. It's now 8 10 and I have no debt and I have been able to save about $18,000. I've already signed a flash sales. But after listening to the case studies I feel like I don't make enough to have enough to save the last 30 years I've been imprisoned, and I kept in isolation by ex husband and I survived. I'm not looking for sympathy but honesty. Can you help? Look, first of all age, There's no age limitation to doing this. I'm 64 years old, and I'm still deeply invested in real estate and more so all the time I looked at two more deals last week in another deal today, Even so, yeah, there's no problem about the age. Secondly, the problem the challenge it would call anything. Is the $32,000 a year of income taking care of your mother 88 year old mother. Now we get into the thing. Okay? Do we have enough income to debt ratio to be a little afford to go buy a rent house with only $18,000? That's all she's ever going to be able to buy. Right is one rent house and one Red House would be beneficial for her both income wise and tax savings wise, but that's all she's going to be able to buy. And if she keeps that Red House and Does it correctly and save your money. It will be a marginal benefit to her. It would be a good tax benefit to her, but marginal income benefit turf because only one house and then you've got this thing. You now have to know how to deal with which is a house a Red house, right? And you're gonna need to do that. Now you work from home..

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"100 grand" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"100 grand" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Advisor. This is not tax or legal advice. Okay, so don't send me some nasty legal graham. But at 10 31 exchange more or less allows you to take Your gain from the sale of investment property and roll it into another property of equal or greater value Without or actually, I think it has to be greater value without paying the tax consequences. So in other words, you sell $300,000 house make 100 grand Go out by a $600,000 house. You take $100,000 profit. You roll it into the new purchase, and you don't pay taxes on it. So and again. There are a lot of complications and timelines. You know that that you have to pay attention to in terms of naming the property When you have to close. All of those things are complex that I don't want to get into a lot of detail about them because it could be misleading depending on What your purpose is, but it's It's a like kind Property exchange. And when they say, like kind, they basically mean one investment property to another investment property. So here is an important thing to pay attention to. You can't do it. 10 31 exchange on a property that you occupy or you use so a second home. Vacation home your primary residence. You can't do it. 10 31 Exchange on any of those, a 10 31 exchange could be from a rental property to an apartment building. It. Could me from an apartment building to a gas station. It could me from an industrial warehouse to an apartment building. The key is to get the full advantage of the the tax benefit. You do have to move up in price. Okay, so you can't sell a 200 buy a 100 Get the full financial Uh, you know, tax benefit where you're basically rolling. The deferred tax gain into the new property, So it is a it's a tax. Um, you know, people call the loophole. It's not really loopholes been in the IRS code for a really long time. A lot of people are afraid it might go away, but I don't think it is, um you know, lots of wealthy apartment and condo owners use it on the regular to move forward. And their investment purchases. So if you are someone who is going to buy a are going to sell an investment property before you take the game Before you, you know, Put that money into your account. Talk to the tire company talk to real estate agent. There are things called qualified intermediaries and a qualified intermediary. A basically holds the funds. Until you move them into a new, um, property to allow you to get the tax benefits so qualified intermediaries had to go through steps in a process to be able to to to be approved. Behold the funds while they while you look for or you're in the process of closing. Here's an important thing, though, okay? There are a lot of scammers out there, and, unfortunately better qualified intermediaries that have gone under that have had financial challenges, and people have lost money. So when you're choosing a qualified intermediary, it's really important to make sure and do your due diligence. You know, investigate what their financial situation is? Are they publicly traded company are part of a publicly traded company. How much What do they have in reserves? What is their business model? There are people unfortunately that have done an attempted to do a 10 31 exchange, given their money to a qualified intermediary, qualified intermediary goes under In fact, they never closed on their new property, and they lose a lot of money. So do their due diligence. Make sure you ask a lot of questions before you pass off your money to these people, because you want to make sure that They are, um you know, not just qualify. Not just that They don't just have the check box to say they're qualified Intermediary, but you feel comfortable about placing your your money. Into an account with this company. So again, we have a lot of them that we can recommend. If you want the list of people that we recommend for this process, shoot us an email info. I n f o at the Duncan duo dot com or go to any of our social media channels and send us a message will make sure to send you our list of qualified intermediaries. They work with title called Local title companies that we work with. And and and we can make those recommendations to you for the right place for you to go through this process. So again, if you're looking to buy an investment property or selling investment property, and you want to do it and save some tax benefits, it's still on the books. Now. The 10 31 exchanges still available. We don't know. Could it go away in 2022? Could there be tax plans that change it? There certainly could So you've got a few months left to be able to take advantage and deferred taxes. If you sell an investment property and go buy another one that's of like kind and that there's a higher price point to gain the full tax benefits. So again, a 10 31 exchange. Um, you know, but but again really important if you're going to do one do the research on the qualified intermediary. This is somewhat this is still putting your money at risk with someone. You want to make sure that you feel safe and confident that your money is in a good place, um, with whoever you place it with until you Find by and close on the new property. But again, you can't have personal use. This isn't for home. You live in a home you occupy. It needs to be a complete investment property that you're not Using for your own personal benefits, So we're going to talk next. We're going to continue to talk about investment real estate because there's another tactic that a lot of people don't know about. In addition to the 10 31 exchange that allows you to buy investment, real estate with retirement funds, Um so we're gonna talk about that after a quick break here on the Duncan duo show News, traffic and weather top and bottom of every hour news radio tell you f L A and I heart radio station..

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"100 grand" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"100 grand" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Dame. Hello, Pete. Vice president of Advice that your money line and hey, money. So, Dame. Let's get right to it. We have three questions this week. I will let you choose Which one we answer. In which segment we've got a 5 29 question. We've got a income question and we have got a non qualified investment account Question. Which one do you want? First? Let's go with 5 29 Peter. Dear Pete, My wife and I have one child who is 10 y o. We've used a 5 29 account to set money aside for her future college expense since shortly after she was born, and with the help of the markets, as well as a generous gift from my wife's parents have saved around. $75,000 will continue to contribute $5000 per year for the next eight years and anticipate having a nice sum of money when it Time when it's time to ship her off to school. In fact, I think it's possible that we save so much money that we have money left over an account. If my daughter is awarded any scholarships, that will definitely be the case. My question is, does it make sense to save money for college and account other than The 5 29 that is from Monica Dame. Let's get the dirties out of the way here real quick. I've been paid paid endorser for the Indian culture is 5 29 plan, So anything that I say right now is not because I'm a paid endorser. But it's important that you know I am a paid endorser that being said Yes, there are such circumstances in which you should stop using a 5 29 and use something else. How's that for a paid endorsement? I might lose my gig. Yeah, I don't think you're in a real risk of that. We don't even know where Monica lives, for example, so it could be a different state altogether. But, yeah, you're exactly right Market brings up a really good question. It's one that most people probably don't think about because they're not going to be in a similar position. However, if you do find yourself in a similar situation You might want to start thinking about putting money elsewhere for a couple of reasons. So one If money is left over in 5 29. You've got a couple options, and some of them are really good. You could potentially leave that money there and redesignated beneficiary down the road to a a grandchild or maybe even yourself if you go back for schooling later on in life. That's a fine thing. Uh, you could also take the money out, and that's where it starts getting a little tricky because you'll have some taxes and a little bit of penalty on the growth of the The contributions. The contributions will come out tax free, but the growth will will have some Penalties attached to it as well as taxes. So that might not be very tasteful. But you can still get your hands on the money if you absolutely need to. So You've got some choice Is there the other thing that comes along with that, though, in certain states if they give you a tax credit as well. They may clawback that tax credit If you take money out of the 5 29 accounts, so you might have some some other settling up to do with the state that you live in. So if you find yourself in a position where You think you're going to have excess in 5 29 account if you're not comfortable. Leaving that money in there for other educational purposes. For the the original beneficiary, you might want to start looking towards other accounts, whether that's a non qualified account. Some people really like to use Roth accounts for this sort of thing as well. But you'll know what your your taxation is going to be in those accounts as well going forward, So it's an individual consideration and decision. I think, Pete But it is wanted to roll around your head a little bit. My theory is that if you have two Children, then there's nothing wrong with over funding the first one because then you can always transfer the money the second one, and there's just no real financial ramifications. Negative financial ramifications to that. But it sounds like just by the way moniker of this email that No, the fact that she called and said they had one child that does change the complexity of it. It does force you to make some decisions. I don't know, man. I'd have to say if they're eligible for Roth. Given their income and whatever they got going on, then I'll Roth might be a good pivot at some point in time. But I don't know at that point in time is I mean $75,000. Now they're eight more years, even if they don't contribute another dime. Man. I mean, that could very easily be $150,000. If it were to double in the next eight years or so, Roth might be appropriate now. Sure, there are a few things that we really don't have any idea about here. We don't know about the income or the ability to cash flow some some potential expenses down the road. We don't even know what schooling options are going to be reasonably available to her. Maybe maybe their daughter wants to go off to a very expensive private school and 100 grand at that 1000.150 Grand's going to cover maybe two years of the education. At that point, they're going to be scratching their heads trying to figure out Where they're gonna come up with the rest of the cash, so just because they've done a very nice job up to this point, accumulating money for that particular expense. It doesn't mean everything's all clear if they maintain that $5000 going forward, so I think that will become a little bit, um, clearer in the next few years as they Determine what the future looks like for for their daughter. But at this point, I wouldn't concern yourself with with trying to deviate from a 5 29 savings plan. At this point, I will say my daughter's 12 and by 10, we knew that she has interests. More expensive tastes and more expensive schools. Whereas our son, who is three years younger, I mean, well, I assume he'll go to a less expensive place because he simply doesn't care about that those sorts of things so so we are not what we are saving more for my daughter because she is older. But I think that's the way it's actually going to sort out is that we're going to need as much money as possible saved for her because of where she's going. Especially if she doesn't get, you know, merit based aid. Where's our son will just naturally be less expensive? Incident. I mean, it's going to be a very individual and personalized decision for your kids as you go and If you have the ability to Cash flow college as the needs arise. That's fantastic. Obviously, if you can put some money ahead away ahead of time and let the markets help you out with that. Fantastic as well. And the other thing that we've Kind of glossed over here is that even though they've done a great job with the saving up to this point, we're not entirely sure how that money is invested. If it's an age based portfolio, those get very conservative very quickly. So even if the markets do well The returns, maybe half or or, you know, three quarters of what the market returns pretty reasonably, so it may not grow quite as fast as we initially anticipated. You know, I have to admit when I learned something on this show, which is more often than I care to admit, I didn't realize that a tax credit gets clawed back if you use the money for non educational places, which makes sense. Um I guess I'm gonna have to stay with those provisions are not every state has that, Uh, pretty confident that the great state of Indiana does. Although I Could be corrected at any moment. But I'm pretty sure Indiana does claw back the tax credit if money is used for a non qualified purpose. What's interesting about that is, let's say you've got 15 years of state tax credits. That's $15,000. I wonder, Have they FIFA or life of that thing back out? You know, you're Mrs Dunne would likely know that because she tends to know everything about everything in a good way, right? Yes. Yeah, Yes. What are you gonna disagree with that? Uh so deem the great question, Monica. Thanks for asking. Dame says Continue the course on the 5 29 likely, I say. Maybe sprinkling some Roth. It doesn't always have to be 100% of something and 0% of the the other. You can get half the tax credit and put $2500 a year if you happen to be in the state of Indiana, and then put the other 2500 or off if you qualify, which just happens to be more flexible vehicle. Anyway. The key.

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"100 grand" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"100 grand" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"This is the accurate mortgage and realty show with Brian Wickard on Wtmj. All right. So, uh, back here on the AC unit Mortgage and Realty show. Um, I guess I don't want to be. You know, Debbie Downer, which we kind of worry about, You know, competition. Uh, we're realistic. Sure. Uh, So what I wanted to talk about, though, was a New jumbo. Mortgage option that I think just rolled out this last week. So Jumbo isn't a scary thing. Everybody it is literally any loan amount above $548,250 Forget the 2 50. It's an important to 50. You know, that is the maximum loan size that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Will purchase on a single family on a single family home. But you can still borrow above that. It just becomes what's then classified as a jumbo loan, which means it's just a portfolio product that won't be ultimately owned by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. So, um What is awesome because we're nerds about working with a kitchenette is we are a mortgage banker, and so we can place loans at we've got about a half dozen different Places where we can place loans depending upon what's the best execution on helping you get into your house, right? And so this past week, one of our outlets came out with this revised, um, criteria. For this jumbo loan, And they say, Hey, for loan amounts up to $650,000 basically 100 grand over the form and right. You only need to put 5% down Nice. Which is for the For Tim and Brian and me, is like woo. It's kind of a game changer really 5% out. I think a lot of times if I was to pull out the rule of them jumbo loans, a lot of times 10% down. In fact, I think the same investor says They will do a million dollar loan, but you gotta put 10% down because the logic is you want to borrow more money? Okay, That's fine. You have to have more skin in the game, right? The minimum credit score is 700. I should also and we also need to document some reserves. But Uh, What is what's fantastic about that, Um My version of this is your income. When you're thinking about buying that much house you probably rightly so believe that you have the income to swing it. Sure you're going to borrow that much money, you know? Hey, I make X dollars, you know? We can afford this. But having the liquid assets sometimes that's the harder piece of the puzzle to put together, I would say so, yeah, and so Having just that little bit more. Instead of having to put 10% down, 9.5% down, literally half as much. And and Okay, So if you're thinking about, you know, buying a $650,000 house. You don't need 65,000 bucks anymore. 32 5. Exactly, And I think that's Um, you made a note as we were getting ready to do this segment that now at that 5% down that really matches when you are a repeat Homebuyer. You have to put at least 5% down the matches Fannie and Freddie. That's what Fannie and Freddie would make you put down if you if you've already owned a home in the last three years, And I think this is important in this current market, where everyone is bemoaning the rising property values that that are a result of all this. Well, they're feeling priced out. Yeah, so you now have this ability to borrow above the Fannie and Freddie limits still had a very reasonable rates. Might I add a me jumbo loans or slightly higher rates than conforming but not by much? And you can tap it because it's more money. Yeah, exactly. You can tap into more borrowing power and now not have to worry about needing to bring more money to the table. So This is another. The rules are changing all the time because they do We mentioned this just came out a week ago. So yeah, Things are changing all the time. But we are really up to date on these changes and well, we want to have all the tools in our toolbox to me. You want to be armed with as many options as possible to help you. Accomplish your goal. So this is just another example of what we're constantly on the lookout for and our loan consultants are constantly researching and coming up with these new tools in the tool belt to possibly help you accomplish your goal, you know, sometimes It may not work, but in a lot of times, it does work because we have all these different options that are disposal word Alright and our last segment. We're going to talk about how Tim helped one of his borrowers. Not not not go with their bank. But think critically about the difference between what how can it could help and how their bank could help. You're listening to the academic Warg Ege and Realty Show on Am 6 20 wtmj. This is Bob and my hand guy from Brillo home improvements. Well, it certainly was a big job, not our biggest, but it was right up there. And we were privileged to take on the challenge We have in the park with that one. Hey, guys. Yep. Yep, sure did from $900 jobs to $900,000 projects. Our team at Brillo has the ability to build anything you can dream up. You bet. But for us, it's not just about handling large scale projects, although we treat them all like they are because we know no matter what the cost the job. We do for you has to be done right. After all in this business reputation means everything worth three heads. And we're all working our tails off for you..

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"100 grand" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"100 grand" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"To be Uh, Uh, flexible with your lending terms, having as many blown options as possible. But one of the biggest things that I hear when speaking with people that have done in that Patriot loans are very surprised that they're able to do another one if they were able to refinance out of the original one. Yeah. You know, that's that's a That's a myth. Is that you? You don't have to you only you don't only get one shot at it. You can use it multiple times, and, uh, the people that that know that they can Proactively plan out their strategic long game with real estate and investing. And, um, you know, using their their money the best way another another way is you know some people think putting a huge down payment down if someone has $100,000 You could use that $100,000 in multiple houses. If you do it correctly, versus just putting 100 grand down on one house. So there is there is a short term goal, which is to buy these houses. But then there's a long term goals. How do you set yourself up to continue to buy them and making sure that you have all the available options? Uh, to do so. And the people that, uh, start to put that together. They really see the opportunity there. So I figured, you know, throw it out there to our listeners, and, uh, of course. Love to be able to chat with more people. You know if they have any direct questions, absolutely. And they could check you out our and mortgage guy dot com and if you're just tuning in, we are speaking with Matt Bates of Movement Mortgage talking about.

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"100 grand" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"100 grand" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"But that didn't work too good, either. I found a dead squirrel in the kitchen spread out. It looked like it had been to the taxidermy guy and there were no guts inside of them. Which means that he was laying in the kitchen long enough to completely disappear. Except for the skin. Um, this house was a mess. We got something like 5 40 Yard Dumpsters. To clean out all the trash from this house took three guys to do it coming back to the house every couple days after they picked up the next jumps to the next Dumpster, the next Dumpster. That's how we got rid of all the trash inside the house, and we had a land a tree guy come out and cut down all the trees around the house. These was the only changes I made to this house about this house for 100 grand. The only changes I made to this house were cut down all the trees around the outside so you can see the outside of the house and get rid of all the trash inside the house so you could actually walk around the inside of the house. All I was trying to do was to clean and sweep the house to make it look. In a manner for which somebody could see the entire house and make an intelligent decision about whether or not they wanted to buy it. So I bought this house for 100 Grand. I put it up for sale. I don't remember with the original number was, it might have been like 135,000 something like that. It ended up selling for $172,000 on the MLS. And this is a house that I never Really renovated. Total amount of money I spent was like two granted a tree guys. Dumpster cost, which was a couple grand, more and paying the guys to fill up the dumpster. So I mean, ballpark I had about 5500 into it, and I made a profit of $68,000 in 34 days. That's pretty good man. I like it when you make that kind of money. Who doesn't? Yeah, it's funny. So you know, the real estate market is crazy right now, But don't think that you have to fix up every single house. You don't. There's plenty of people who would buy a house. Did I sell to him at a discount at 1 72? I mean, not really Not really. But That's what happens in today's market. People just keep bidding and bidding and you you can get extreme numbers. It's not gonna last forever people, but if you come across the house where you can make minimum changes Would have a maximum effect on the sale price. That is what I call a clean and sweet. So here's what Here's a reminded me of a deal that we did together. Actually, we did it together with a student. Where we actually we? We bought the house. We put it in the contract. We bought the house and our intention was to renovate it. We actually had a quote to have the property renovated. I think we pay to 64. I can't remember. I think we paid to 64 to 34. No, we paid to 34 quote was 70 Grand 70 or 80 grand jury renovated exactly Right. And we will get we thought we were going to sell this thing for maybe 4 10. 4 20 when we sold it, But we tell you, it's our students. We tell our students that when you buy a property the second you close on it. Even if you intend to renovated. Just put it on the MLS for something you would sell it for. So we pay. I think we pay to 30 for it. And you know, after closing costs may be out of pocket to 52 not even 2 50 to 40. So we put it up for 300,000 saying, Okay, look, you know will take a $60,000 profit overnight, if if it happens. It turns out that there was a bidding one this property with them again. 3 50 for it. We made over $100,000 in four days and we didn't even expected to sell for that number. We need Mr Area. We didn't respect his bill for 300,000. We just put it up saying Yeah, we would take it. And somehow there was a bidding war on it. And it was the greatest thing ever. We we got we made over 100 grand on it. In seconds and four days literally, and it was fantastic. It was just easy. So that was another one that we made some money on your right. That was a clean and sweet because we never really renovated it. Did you do any made you any minor things? I didn't even move. We didn't. I didn't even after we close on it. I know I was enjoying it. But after her husband, I didn't even go there to open the door to see if we if we wanted it or not, right? We had a rock box on it from from when we put it under contract. We have some Clorox box on to have our contract to go through that same lockbox. In fact, I sold the property or we sold the property. I was a trustee on that one. But we sold the property. And I told the real estate agent to just keep the lockbox. Well, I do that too. Sometimes I'm not driving to brigand. Dean, get exactly right. I'd rather go to home Depot and just by three of them, and I'm good, right? It was. Was it worth? It wasn't with the pick up the lock box, right? I just did that with the with the house I had in, uh um, New Jersey that I was selling. Yeah, right. I'm like I'm not going back there. Yeah, exactly. Leave lockboxes all over the place. Hey, By the way, if you're if you're in the car and you want to give us a call and talk to us about anything, 855939 11 37, you can talk to us a real estate. You can talk to us about stock options. You can talk to us about taxes You can talk to us about. If you're worried If Biden is going to cost us too much money, 855939 11 37 You want to go to commercial? Let's vester schooling dot com. You.

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"100 grand" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"100 grand" Discussed on WSB-AM

"But after a lengthy delay, we welcome back with open arms. Little Sanjay, would you rather with little son Jay is the guru. The suit Sayer, the truth seeker, the Askar of unanswerable questions he joins every Tuesday and Thursday on the market and show. He's a little Sunday with Would you rather welcome back buddy? Condolences from all the listeners all the bananas high holding up, buddy? I'm all right. You know, today was the first day to take a breath taxis and ended yesterday got to get back on those extensions tomorrow, but It's time to do a little bit of grieving. And the next you know, next few weeks, I'm gonna take a little bit of time. Kind of absorb everything. If you need anything I know, always tax Longoria. I know you. I'm more reliable than Mark. Yeah, He's just don't ask him to drive your kid to school. Other than that. He's got anything you couldn't want s so here's a deal. Sanjay is going to ask us unanswerable questions. We're gonna answer in studio Feel free to play along in your car. What is the first question Sanjay? Okay. You're presented with a button. If you press the button, you instantly get 100 Grand. But one random person that you've met in your lifetime will instantly die. Their death can't be traced back to you. Would you rather push the button? Or not, or how many time we're talking $100,000 not a candy bar. The 100 grand bar, right? No, $100,000. No, it's not enough money. Not that I'm moral, but that's not enough money to randomly kill someone. So I will not push the button. I will not collect $100,000. Debra Green pushing the buttons. You're pushing the button, Randall. Wow, It's a random but that red could be a close race, baby. Yeah, I just don't know. Close friends, not a Rando. He said no, man. No, a random person person that you have met in your life. Beer in somebody close to you, but no. All right. That's fair enough. But you've been in so many mosh pits. That's fine. That's what I'm saying. Like your chance of you know, someone close friend dying is lessened because you know somebody ran does. Okay, Miranda. All right. She's taking the money. Low. T Chuck. I want to take the money, but it's just not enough for me exactly. It Z Now, too, If I was 23 you ask this question I'd be slamming that button down. I'd be like, Come on, let's go. But no, not not as ah is a responsible adult. Longoria. Yeah, I'm with you all on that. The money is the is the issue. I think if we're talking millions, you know, I'll be fair for you guys. It could be your kids. Yes. So So you got to give me a number that would you know that you'd roll the dice on that? The mega mega millions like 450 million with that? That would be enough. Would you do that I could live with. Agree with that son of a biscuit. All right. Next question, Sanjay. Okay. Would you rather be able to eat meat of any type, but give up alcohol completely. Of any type or the opposite. You're killing me. So give up meat forever or alcohol forever. That's right. Is the meat free is the alcohol for here? We get a deal on any of these things. Or just no regular price. I am going to give up alcohol. I barely drink anymore Anyway. Give me all the meats. Evergreen. I give up both every year. That's the issue. Um, but my husband is in liquor. Yeah. So I got to give up the me giving up the meat. This one. This is tough for low t chocolates. Yeah, this was for him. This is a Sophie's choice. Question for Bradley. Yes, but I got to play the percentage and shockingly. Do eat more meat than I drink alcohol. How many hot dogs How many Kroger hot dogs per beer? That's the calculus you gotta work with here. I mean, if you're George is going with that it's a one for one, and I'm screwed. I myself will be coming home. But if you're the gay kiss seven day rolling average, you eat more money for me. I'll give up. It's like the coronavirus count. We're going by a 70 Roy. Oh, I'll give about what if it's the fake meets the plant based meat does that count? Can you can chuck eat the Yeah, he could. He could eat all the band aid flavored bacon He wanted. Yeah, I'll give up. Yeah, yeah, you have to, you know, on the Rolling 70. After what the numbers say you have to give up the meat inside the out. Yeah. She says you got to give up the alcohol. Longoria. Yeah, I'm gonna give up alcohol. Yeah, yeah, I don't drink that much. It's very rare Well to be fair, and Longoria said this on previous shows once they stopped putting the worm in the bottom of the sea. Tequila. He stopped drinking alone. Yeah, Yeah, that was the bonus was like the prize in the Cracker, Jack. Yeah, Like the serial. We'll go back to would you rather just the second Airborne traffic updates every six minutes. Doug Turnbull. Funny. Okay,.

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"100 grand" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"100 grand" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"And you did it anyway, He said you if it went to court you brought you would have a good chance of winning. Okay? I think you'd lose by the way, but go ahead because here's why They're going to charge When they go to court. They assess everyone, including you two fight yourself, but but and it would cost thousands to get into court and exactly their dust. And and again. I'm on your side. But I have to tell you that H aways are written in such a way covenants that they could be completely arbitrary completely. Just you I mean, they don't even have to have rhyme or reason. So where is it in the stream of time right now. Did you end up settling with the board or what? What's going on? No. So what? End up happening? We went to another lawyer, and he said, you know, You guys. You know, this could cost you $50,000. And you still may lose your case. That guy is honest. So, yes, So anyway, so we said okay. We're gonna write back to the board saying because they sent us a bunch of recommendations. We said OK, we'll do your recommendation. By the way. Did any of the recommendations say you had to tear it out or were they willing to let you modify the recommendations said they we had that cut layers of the brick off. Because the wall is too high, Okay? So I called Tony because I He's going to be the guy that if you could do me a favor and skipping the process and go to the end, because you call Tony Tony came he did this. You did that. Let's get to the end. He didn't come yet. Call Tony and that's why Tony referred me to you. Because Tony said, Yeah, I'll do it for you to have it. Tell him one. Tell him how much break you want to cut off your wall. And he said, I'll do it. But he said your wall looks good to begin with. And he said, I don't It's not an issue of looking good. See, here's what I can't stand. Did they give you an absolute reason why your wall was too high? And what with the harm was did they base? They said that it looked too high. From the South. Okay, and that's all that matters, and it's only and it's only 10 inches high. On the rock on the South side. Okay, so they want you to cut it back. They want to cut it down, Okay? And I'm telling you, no matter what, Okay, I Hey, probably told you to call because we hate homeowners associations that are unreasonable and a choice But we always tell people don't bother fighting them. In fact. They like you fighting them because not one of them is personally responsible for the fight. They're fighting with other people's money. They don't care. It's it's a power play for them. You may have one guy that had a bad day. You might have another guy that feels inadequate in the bedroom. You can have all kinds of issues and they take it to the board. I'm not kidding you. That the desire, small minded little penny brains and that's what going convinced they did this because we went ahead with our problems. It wouldn't matter. I'm telling you, I have had people I've been in these fights, and then I realized Wait a minute, Tom. It's not against you personally. Although you feel it is it's them. They need this power. They're the clipboard Patrol. You need quiting them is absolutely useless. It's useless. Listen, we've had people out of anger spend 50 and $60,000. We've had people that went through and won. And guess what. They lost because they spent the 100 grand, All right. Right. Here's the other thing. Read all your docks with that eight. Show a very closely because a lot of times if you do sue him, and they end up prevailing, you pay all their legal fees is well, that is the case with Rh away we would end up is the worst battle you could ever be ever be involved in your first mistake. No matter how arbitrary and silly was going ahead and building it anyway. Thinking who cares? That looks good. That right there, right there drew a line in the sand. You were never going to get approved for that. In fact, you are lucky. That they just want you to cut it back and not remove it completely..

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"100 grand" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:54 min | 2 years ago

"100 grand" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"You know it's gambling. Right, Kevin? Well, I told you to buy a house a few years ago. We have stock picking stocks is gambling. It's all it is. It just is. I feel like I'm playing poker. Some days are Jet black Jack or something. It was game smile on your face and put a smile on my face. Today, I'll tell you that it made a good choice. But just like in real say that made some really bad choices in real estate. We have a caller earlier is talking about Highland Park, and I had some property a property in Highland Park west. I will tell the story again, but have to do with the sound, Walter. Continue years. And anyway, I failed at that one. But it's okay. I made by the another one Still. Goodbye. Let me see. I shared this with you on text earlier. Real So we really fast but this is maybe just anecdotal. People love these anecdotal things that they can throw back out of there. There. Zoom cocktail parties. Yeah, City of Austin Limits took. I just looked at all of the pending is everything that's under contract right now. And look at what's the median list price for all of those pennies, and there was 260 something sample size that median price was 462,000. And I said, Let's look at the things that are active right now. Inside the city limits of awesome and see what that median list prices 900,000 in Austin. The median prices nine under that, not the median price, this is the median price of things being offered for sale. Okay, this is not what your house is worth or whatever else but this is there somewhere in between. This is the disparity between what's on the shelf and what the price tag says versus four people are in the checkout lanes. On people and checkout lines may be paying more than the actual our price on the loaf of bread. They are, but it's in the bread, the bread from getting it in the aisle, walking into the cashiers. Probably got a little bit more expensive is what you're saying. Well, and there's not a lot of cheap stuff. I mean quickly. The cheap stuff being offered is vanishing, um, like toilet paper general during a pandemic. Yeah, but they keep the price the same man. It just clears the shelf or we're needing is for we don't know. We need these prices to fly that a little faster, maybe of what's being offered. Who knows I There's still not enough inventory, and that's the thing at any price. Maybe. Hey, Jeff. Thanks for calling the show. You have a question for us. That guy's so I've got a house that sits on about 3.5 acres. It's the main house about 3800 Square feet. I've got a guest house over a three car garage that it's about 1200 Square feet. I've got a mother in law house down to bottom on a cistern acre that's about 1800 Square feet. Got an 800 square foot pool. Cabanas got a gorgeous cooling pool sits atop a hill overlooking Lake Travis. You try to sell the thing or do I rent it out on an empty nester for the first time? 100 grand for it right now, What would you say? You have thought they were going to say you had your mother in law on the bottom, but the bottom houses. Shit Mother rental house on a separate on a separate lot. Yes. So, what do you thought? Obviously, I thought this was gonna be one of those jokes that ends like I don't need any advice. I'm just calling to brag about that so great about how I've got everything with everybody wants. No, man. Actually, I know you guys were short on time. But, you know, I happened upon the show tonight. Yeah, well, yeah. So 16 years, So start listening. We'd love to hear you have your input. Kevin very minute. Wary. Highly in demand, especially with that pool. Yeah, and the possible for rental income so we could do a slow down if you you know, we'll capture your information here and connect with you after the show. Yeah, one of the big analysis. Yeah, and for luxury homes right now, even put a pool in guy that What's the waiting list of most companies like 12 18 months They've double their prices and they are They've doubled their prices out there. So to have that Luxury home overlooking like Travis with the pool already there bridge? Yeah, I mean, it's you're gonna be at the top of the market, probably. And the only thing better would be on like Travis itself, But, yeah, Jeff, When we appreciate you listening to the show, don't forget our podcast online, and I'm sure Kevin will reach out to you. Maybe get a little bit more advice on that house. You know, that's the thing about real estate is we try toe give everybody kind of a window to what their house is worth. But it's hard. There. This is that type of houses is falling starting fall into this category where to replace? It takes a long time. If somebody said, we'll just buy the land, and I'll build the thing that started to be a couple of your project with architectural stuff. And people right now are paying up significantly to grab something that's on the ground now rather than go through that long, long bill process. Yeah, so I mean, he's we could sell in a million of those. Anyway. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you. People reach you. You're gonna reach me by my cell phone at 5124 to 65418 or Selma at Selma. Man's er dot com. Alright, that's cool guys, Kevin. I guess we'll see you next week and I'll see all of our listeners. Ext week. We're watching the market. We're seeing what's happened. And this is the real estate down. We love you next week. Todd and done show, Emily Good morning. Good morning. I just wanted Torus Pond to that comment that don made about instant fame, and they didn't have to pay their dues, The amount of work and a lot of skills that these kids have to learn. Young people have always been famous and rich. Well, I would say that these kids are doing the same. And it's on the voice. They're They're sitting there learning they're given up school or friends to study their craft. And well, yeah, but different. You know, you got people on the boat. For example, that have never even played in nightclubs. I've never done any gigs at all, and they're good enough to get on the voice and all the sudden they're known all over the world. They might not get a big record deal, but the whole world knows him. You know, Mae, and maybe there's nothing bad about this. It's just a different route to fame these days. Come on. You've got a seven year old kid who's worth $20 million because he plays with toys did place. What toys? That's all he does. She plays with toys. He's cute now, he probably won't be in a few years. And he's worth over $20 million makes 20 million years has for seven and maybe that's just great and incredible. And no problem. You saw mad? No, I'm just making an observation. It's just kind of it's not jealous. You're damn right. I'm jealous. Absolutely. Why do you think you couldn't do the same? Because I used to play with toys? Really good myself, And I'm just going to the next story. I don't wanna talk. Seriously. You're envious because somebody else is making a bunch of you wouldn't be envious of that. You got it? Who wouldn't be? Who Who, with the heartbeat wouldn't be in this of that. Why setback could be envious One. I just go out there and get it If that's what you want, Start playing with toys on camera, Whatever you want to play with on a camera. You'll find people that watch it and you'll make money. Maybe I should you should you should. You should stop being jealous of other people making money and go out and make your own. Thank you. Thank you And I'll see you at the top, but Todd and don show weekday mornings 5 to 10 A.m. on news, radio K O B. J. Sports talk with Jason Head and Vito, Get out of here with your quiet, please..

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"100 grand" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"100 grand" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"To hear your complaints. I don't want you to tell me how. Why it's so bad. Whatever. And I'm gonna tell you why, and who and how It made it so bad. Where were we want? Homeowners with business owners there screaming squawking about solar. Whatever Call us get us in. Either call us get on our website, and we're gonna do a whole show. We'll have you on the air Feel like we'll do whatever you like. We want to hear what your complaints are, and we're gonna tell you what we do. That's so different, especially if you've got a problem with the roof of you had a problem with, you know an installation. If you've a problem or question about that you could be a future guest here on the energy show just reach out. At energy show 7 70 dot com and if you've had a proposal from another solar company, you can send it to run off of that website. He'll go through it for you. He'll find the fine print. He'll find all the things that haven't been fully disclosed for you so you don't get taken advantage of and Ron. I think it's safe to say If it winds up being a better proposal, you'd say so absolutely. What chances are you're going to find a better solution there with the advanced families of companies or they left the key of opponent out. It could be anything. By the way. We're talking about our solar projects and roofs and everything. The Rocky Niko was underneath it. It's your foundation for it. We've studied every single one that's made so far will tell you, which one's the best. I just had to have a competitive bid with a commercial job. Directing was guaranteed for 10 years. The ors is guaranteed for 25 years. The life of the panel. Why would you get a product like that? But people do not know this is so new. They don't know all these Little things that these solar guys have put in normally sub everything out there looking for the cheapest, easiest, fastest way to do it. We don't do that. We don't cut corners and anything that we deal will comparing each project any proposal. With our accounts with our engineers. Whatever. It's better in ours was thank God Blessing. Go ahead. Yeah, And you know the proposals and education that you're going to get and the book of Ron that you're going to get where everything that we're talking about here is spelled out in writing, by the way, not in fine print, but it's spelled out in writing. It's designed for your accountant. Take it to your accountant. Let him analyze the return on investment. Let him take a look at how these projects pay for themselves. Ron, I think when you've gotten to the accountants You've never lost a bid on a project when they look at the return on investment. We just did two pretty large apartment complexes where I had to go through their attorney with these 2000 beating me up questions and there are counting their countless challenging me. But all we did was we send the stuff right from the government. How works How everything else. By the way with the apartment houses we put the meters and the customer in the owner's name. He's now has a whole new source of revenue. Check this out. You're in apartment owner and you have a new source of revenue without a tenant. Well, think about that. No one to complain. Money to come in increases the value of your business. By the way, if you're like the electric bill could be 100 grand at 100 Grand is in your pocket at the end of the year. So let us check your buildings. There's tons of them all over. We're doing really well with that people teaching people how we, By the way, we have a separate computerized me during program to build them. We make everything so it's almost hands free Customer free. Everything's taken care of on your project for 20 to 25 years. Unless.

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"100 grand" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"100 grand" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Group. Some billionaire contributed 100 Grand A. Biden and the study called Decisions by Twitter and Facebook to censor The New York Post story on 100 Biden to be a reasonable decision. Well, we now know based on the guy that was the laptop repairman, and we know from this guy Bob Belinsky and we've been learning from Peter Schweitzer has had many things on that love laptop confirmed. That they're all true. Study makes the unsubstantiated claim The story was based on stolen materials. Uh, not exactly true there either. Anyway. Researchers are urging Biden to create a digital regulatory agency. This is how insane this is now getting Well, Trump apparently is a bright BART. Article Jason Miller revealing Saturday the former president is considering Donald Trump launching his own social media platform. And they're not too distant future. May not be a bad idea. Thies. And you know that this these air chilling chilling times. Labor Union chief of back Biden is now complaining that he killed the Keystone Pipeline. Apparently a FL CEO chief, Richard Trump to expects his membership to believe that he had absolutely no idea. Joe was going to cancel the pipeline. I said, I wish you hadn't done that on the first day. What do you want it done on day 10. I wish he had. He had pared that more carefully with the thing that he did the second by saying, Here's where we're creating jobs. What did they do, Mr Trump get in the meantime. And how do you take the specific skill set associated with building a pipeline and transfer that to any other industry? You might want to tell the rank and file that pay your salary. How that's gonna happen. Unbelievable. Newly elected House Democrat openly defended a jailhouse riot after condemning the capital, right you got this story is in the New York Post today. You got a house Democrat Cori Bush condemned the January 6th insurrection their favorite word. But he's defending the rioters in ST Louis who tried to burn down the city jail. Wow. That a riot is the language of the unheard, he said. I want to talk to my constituents in the window, their lives and their rights must be protected. My team and I are working to ensure that the Urgent Needs of the people who are incarcerated or not ignored doesn't exactly sound like a full and complete condemnation. Unbelievable. Um, by the way, illegal aliens who assaulted this in the Washington Free beacon. Americans will no longer be deported under Biden's new rules. Welcome to the New World Order of Joe Biden. Generally, these convictions would not include drug based crime. Simple assault, the salt really simple. Do you why money laundering, property crimes fraud, tax crimes solicitation charges without convictions. Well, Isis would not deport. According to Jen Psaki, the White House press secretary, illegal immigrants guilty of assault and do you why under the plan? Well. What happens to you and your family, if, in fact to do that. Uh, pretty unbelievable. Peter Doocy pressed Jen Psaki on where the laid off pipeline work is going to get their green jobs. He says, Well, the president's proposed the climate plan with transformative inst investments and infrastructure laid out a plan that would not only create millions of good union jobs but also help tackle the climate crisis. Does he shot back? But there are people living paycheck to paycheck. People out of jobs once the Keystone Pipeline stop construction. It's been 12 days since Gina McCarthy and John Kerry were here. It's 19 days since the executive order So one of these people who need money now what did they do to get their green jobs? How many days you're gonna have to work? Man. It's gonna be a lot of work. He's coming years got a lot to cover. Buckle up..

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"100 grand" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"100 grand" Discussed on 710 WOR

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"100 grand" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"100 grand" Discussed on 710 WOR

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"100 grand" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"100 grand" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"That 100 grand will go a long way. People said Russell was gonna carry a team at the Legion of Boom was over. Yeah, baby, we stairs, speaking of leaders. You can make the case that Nick's saving maybe the best coach in sports in the United States. It's easy hate on Nick's saving, or depending on where you live next, Satan. Look what he's been able to do not just with players. Reviving the careers of coaches. I use these Sarkeesian. His name was toxic. Not that long ago. Let's be honest. He had a serious drinking problem and drank himself out of the dream job. You always wanted USC. And Nick Saving, as he'd like to say brought him into the healing hands of saving that Steve Starkey is gonna be the head coach of Texas. Butch Jones washed out of Tennessee. Also, he's gonna be the head coach once again in Arkansas State. Vontae Smith, Nick Saban said. You come back for one more year. I promise you're going to be a better NFL player, Vontae Smith took his coach at his word. He has collected eight Trophies, postseason trophies. Before playing national championship game, including Heisman Trophy You don't have to like Nick Saving Nixon really doesn't care. That process thing he talks about seeing the work out pretty well. Alabama and not just with players. With reclamation projects you give a misfit toy. Also that becomes brand is shining new in the next seven. You can make that case and no one will laugh at you. That is bad is he has been in terms of not being that personal coach. Maybe the best coach in professional sports or an amateur sports in the United States. Lane Kiffin, Kyle Flood into Rapid white look at Brian Table after he came down to Alabama for year two, and now look what he's doing. A Buffalo's OC might be a head coach in the NFL in 2021. Yeah. Mike Stoops is there right now than analysts as well. He will be a head coach. About two or three years subject you, man. When you get to the Church of the right regulations, hands upon.

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"100 grand" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"100 grand" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"A very anxious time about saving enough money. The golden rule is if you could save 10 to 15% throughout your lifetime, you're gonna be a wonderful shape. That doesn't mean every month every year, but it does mean on a fairly consistent basis. Understanding how much to save throughout your lifetime is essential. If you do the basic arithmetic Saving 10 15% over 30 years can dramatically give you a wonderful opportunity to retire on your terms. Whether you're 50 year whether you're 60 or whatever. Age, you think is ideal Retirement day. You want to have choices you get up in age and not having choices means you now have to drag yourself to work for over five or 10 more years because you put your head in the sand and said All life is gonna be okay. I've got 100 grand in the bank, and I'm gonna be a great shape Well, The golden rule being very modest in the expectations of performance and plugging in your cash pile number and then spreading that arithmetic out over a monthly and annual basis you begin to understand. Well, maybe I need to get a little bit more productive in the amount I'm saving. About the priorities of where you're saving again. Should you be in taxable tax free tax? Divert, should you? Absolutely Max out that planet working far away in case of 43 B. 4 57 every dollar you don't expose to the tax man. That's money in your account. Compound it over a long, long period of time without taxes being leaked out on a regular basis. The compound in effect has dramatic impact on the amount of money you're gonna have at the end. Where you saving this money are you at the bank? You're young person that you are you? Are you the bigger exposure you want to equity markets to the stock market, Not necessarily the bonds. So these air the lesser, productive, more conservative areas, Yes, as you get older, your migrate towards those accounts, But in your productive years younger years, you want to put a lot of money in the stock market as long as you could. Have the intestinal fortitude toe lived through the down markets..

Recapping Valorant's First Strike Tournaments From Around the World

Esports Minute

02:11 min | 2 years ago

Recapping Valorant's First Strike Tournaments From Around the World

"Fowler was relieved the summer. All the competitions have been ones that e Sports organizations paid to host. And while these events have produced Some solid moments. All eyes have been on Riot for how they'll begin to craft and Esports structure around the popular town. The first step was last weekend most likely of Legends Riot would worldwide with the first set of tournaments holding Seventeen tournaments in different regions around the world almost all were brand as first strike been the region so first strike and then a first strike you first by Korea et cetera, et cetera a few others were incorporated into other existing events like the ESL Thailand championship and mine skeevy XV wage. The notable Omission was China because the game hasn't been approved by the Chinese government yet. So that left three major regions any you and Korea each of these regions had the biggest prize pool for First Strike with 100 Grand a piece. We're still in a period of time where teams are figuring out who the best players are so big orgs are not yet dominating like they will in a few years in Korea Vision Strikers took down tnl Esports. Both teams were created specifically to compete in Ballarat and have no other rosters or prior history according to League pedia in Europe. The winter is recognizable as team. Heretics grab first. Second place was summoned F250 Valerie team looking for an org and but they find one and it was too big fan favorites who competed for the title as 100 thieves btsm the entire group of first strike in a was actually really big box. It feels like the only region that had that in addition to thieves and TSM. There were also Sentinels Renegades Envy FaZe Clan T1, and Immortals viewership was good to write games allowed KO streaming down. The fans can watch individual players perspectives big names like myth and ninja commanded solid audience during first strike n a it's too early to say whether or not Valerie will be successful. But this event went well things considered anecdotally the game was fun to watch even though I'm not a huge shooter fan. Normally, it seemed a bit less hectic than OverWatch. Even if it was sometimes hard to follow the action. That's something that every game goes through during first few broadcasts. It's just really hard to figure out what they should be prioritizing on air if Valerie is successful. We can say we witnessed a crucial moment in the birth of a new sport this past weekend.

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Andbox Hosts WarzoneMania & Thoughts on the Balance Between Warzone and the CDL

Esports Minute

02:01 min | 2 years ago

Andbox Hosts WarzoneMania & Thoughts on the Balance Between Warzone and the CDL

"Blizzard has an interesting situation on hand with Wars. Oh, even after the release of Call of Duty cold war war zone Remains the most popular mode of the game. Although it's much closer than it was during Modern Warfare last year on Twitch as I write this today, The war zone has a total viewership of 81.5 thousand while Call of Duty Cold War has a viewership of 80.9 thousand. So just a 600 viewer difference across all streams between those two games and all of these Sports history. I can't remember any major sport that has not a mode more popular than the one the East Fork competes it I think it may have happened in Starcraft once upon a time, but I never played so I can't say for sure. Okay during The Last Call of Duty season. He brought on war zone weekends as an added event ahead of each Home Series Grand finals going into this upcoming season. I expect them to have a more concrete structure laid out for ways to incorporate war zone into the overall plan of the Call of Duty league tonight. We might get a glimpse of what that could look like the New York sub liners backed by an box are hosting their first war zone Mania vent. The actual event will be held on December 10th and 12 tonight at 9 p.m. Eastern time on twitch.tv / sub liners will be a draft a celebrity Captain's pick players their war zone Squad is a total price full of 100 Grand dedicated to this event. So the draft will go a long way in determining who gets that money. The host of the event will be Chris Puckett. Also the host of e Sports networks gamer our a new episode for the game or our will also be coming out at the same times that broadcast rubber 6 p.m. PT every Tuesday, but hey, there's no such thing as too much Chris Puckett in one night. If you ask me, I think this event highlights the value of war zone to the Call of Duty Esports wage. System while a b. We'll be able to implement a draft format. Like we will have tonight just due to the structured nature of the Call of Duty League the ability for Call of Duty League teams to use war zone for events. Like this seems pretty lucrative going forward. There are a ton of branding opportunities here and undoubtedly some spots for sponsorship as well knowing am box and their long list of brand Partners. There will be some big ones attached to this event

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Honda, General Motors sign deal to work on vehicles together

Frank Beckmann

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Honda, General Motors sign deal to work on vehicles together

"General Motors and Honda are joining forces to develop vehicles in North America. Both will be able to say big money on this alliance. The companies have signed the memo of Understanding to form the alliance that may include a range of vehicles sold under both brands and further cooperation in purchasing our Andy and platforms. The agreement bills on a partnership announced in April, in which GM started to help develop two new electric vehicles for Honda, powered by GM batteries. Well, it had to happen sooner or later, a Jeep that cost $100,000 the long awaited Jeep Grand Wagoneer SUV will top 100 Grand, making it the brand's highest priced vehicle. The new large SUV will be a stable mate of a slightly cheaper Wagoneer. That one will start at about 60 K of the vehicles will be built in Warren,

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Dallas-based Heritage Auctions sells vintage Super Mario video game for $114,000

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Dallas-based Heritage Auctions sells vintage Super Mario video game for $114,000

"Player one while did you dig out any old video game during all that time you spent at home? Somebody who did found an unopened copy of Super Mario Brothers, circa 1985 just sold at auction for $114,000 breaking a record for a single video game sale. That was also a super Mario game that went for just over 100 grand in 2019. So now you know, which came to look for it in that box in the basement.

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