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Bo Nix leads Auburn to 38-23 upset of No. 17 Arkansas
"Both extroverted hundred ninety two yards and accounted for three touchdowns in Auburn's thirty eight twenty three win at number seventeen Arkansas next completed passes to ten different receivers going twenty one of twenty six with an interception he had a twenty three yard scoring run with less than three minutes left to secure the win the Tigers took a third quarter lead would dare call sacked and stripped Arkansas's cagey Jefferson in the end zone with Marcus Harris pouncing on it for a touchdown Jefferson with twenty one of thirty five for two hundred twenty eight yards and two touchdowns for the Razorbacks who have dropped three straight since a surprising foreign start put them in the top ten I'm Dave Ferrie
Cora meets former team again with Red Sox vs Astros in ALCS
"The Astros and red Sox are meeting in the A. L. C. S. for the first time since two thousand eighteen the last time Boston won the World Series Houston has home field advantage for this series thanks to the Bo Sox four game win over the top seeded race in the division series Houston manager dusty Baker is glad his team is home for the first two games of the last week of the season yes to know how important I was going to be up for this home field advantage I know everybody was was probably you know pick and Tampa Chris sale starts game one for the red Sox with nature of all the slated to go Saturday former Valdez gets the ball for the Astros on Friday before Luis Garcia opposes of all the the Astros won the season series five two I'm Dave Ferrie
Jays stay close in wild-card race, hit 5 HRs, rout O's 10-1
"But J. salt five home runs setting a new franchise record at ten one victory over the Orioles at Rogers centre one of your career with junior tales Hernandez George Springer Bo Bichette and Dani Jensen all went deep for Toronto who set a new club best for running for president season with two hundred fifty eight rookie Alec model what was dominant using his fastball as his weapon of choice to go seven innings giving up a run and hit each and striking up ten Warren hills the Yankees lost to Tampa Saturday means the blue jays wild card hopes are still alive entering Sunday's season finale Jonathan Toronto
Bichette homers twice, Blue Jays top Yanks 6-5, tighten race
"Bo Bichette homered twice for the blue jays including the tiebreaking blast in the eighth inning of their six five victory over the Yankees just excited I still really haven't come down yet so yeah just lot of excitement big spot in my got the job done so okay Marcus Semien slammed his forty fourth home run breaking the single season record for second baseman Jose Maria S. retired the first fourteen Yankees in order striking out seven in the process before giving up three straight hits in the fifth your call allowed five runs and nine hits in six innings the Yankees had won seven straight before seeing their lead for the first AL wild card shrink to one game over Boston I'm the ferry
Google Search Console API as the New Table Stakes With Noah Learner
"Talk about a google search consoles. Api you know. I think of what's on google. Search console is being directionally interesting. I understand if my sites being crawled. I can get a sense of what are the queries and position and rank. I never know what to do with half of this stuff. And just doesn't seem very actionable. And i always look at it. I'm like wow. This date is really powerful. Bo what do i do so talk to me about a how you're able to make it so performance and then be what are some of the takeaways you can glean from pulling data out of google search console. So how did we make it so performance so the first thing that we did was we knew we had to get the data up into big query or another database platform like it because that is a data source would be screaming fast and data studio so learning all the technology to get the data from an api into big query. Was kind of that sweet spot or the skull that was necessary in terms of what we actually learned from looking at all the data which is really the important part in. What how we make it. Actionable there's a couple care is that i think are really important. To focusing on the first is this concept of position bucking and that's where you can look at The query neural by position. And then we split up all the serbs into different segments whether it's page one positions one through ten or striking distance which depending on the type of agency that we're working with might be positions four through fifteen if the really all about getting stuff into the local pack or maybe in if there were mainly inorganic than its position six through fifteen so position but getting like crazy powerful. The next thing is this concept of striking distance which i just sort of alluded to is trying to find all the queries that are just on the edge of being super visible and being Look at them analyze them and then understand what we need to do by adding content in meaningful ways on page to drive results for those striking distance. The third thing that i think is really killer and something. I'm really proud of. Is this concept of multi-layered filtering. So you'll have your data and then have unp teen different ways to filter it really quickly so you can go from all of the data to actionable insights really
Bichette HRs, Drives in 5; Ray Fans 13 as Jays Beat Rays 6-3
"The blue jays are thirteen into this month after Bo Bichette and Robbie ray led them to a six three victory over the rays bishop put Toronto ahead to stay with a three run Homer in the first inning just trying to be aggressive put my best swing on in I mean he threw the same pitch earlier just a little bit lower than the next summer as I was able to get to it so yeah just a good swing he also finished with five RBIs adding a sacrifice fly and an RBI single raised twelve M. five after striking out thirteen and holding Tampa Bay to a run and four hits over seven innings lowering his AL best ERA to two point six four he took over the ale strikeout lead and blank the alias leaders until Mike Zunino homered in the fifth inning I'm Dave Ferrie
Guerrero Hits MLB-Leading 45th HR, Blue Jays Rout Rays 8-1
"Vladimir Guerrero junior belted his major league leading forty fifth home run and Alek Manoah set a career high by pitching eight shutout innings in the blue jays eight one trouncing of the race but now allowed just one hit walked none and struck out ten in the morning for the first time since August eleventh Tasker Hernandez had his first career five hit game to help the jays improved to twelve and one this month Bo Bichette smacked his twenty fourth home run of the season on the route Tampa Bay lost for the fourth time in five games and it's five in seven this month after going twenty one and six in August I'm Dave Ferrie
Jays Beat Yanks for 8th Straight, 1/2 Game Back in Wild Card
"The Toronto Blue Jays won their eighth straight game to move to within a half game of the Yankees the last AL wild card berth by beating New York six to four it was the Yankee six straight loss the jays again jumped out to an early lead on a solo home run in the top of the first by Bo Bichette Randal Grichuk solo Homer made it to nothing in the fifth after Anthony Rizzo had a two run Homer to tie it at two in the six Toronto took the lead for good in the seventh on a single by bishop we feel like everybody can contribute in a lot of different ways anybody everybody can get anybody out there on the mound you know any of contents like that on your teammates it's not only fun but you know makes it easier on everybody this was the first four game series since nineteen twenty four in which the Iraqis never held the lead I'm Tom Merriam
Ray Fans 10, Blue Jays Finish 3-Game Sweep of Struggling A's
"The blue jays blanked the athletics eight nothing to complete a three game sweep and win for the seventh time in eight games Robbie ray struck out ten while pitching one hit ball into the seventh inning these two hundred twelve strikeouts this season are second in the American League of the like the fast bowler's was really good today I felt like the command of it on both sides of the plate I feel like you had an extra gear to today so I I really really feel like I leaned heavy on that Marcus Semien belted his thirty fifth home run I'll hydro cricket three run shot off loser call urban and Bo Bichette went four for four with an RBI and two runs scored the days of dropped fourteen of twenty since twenty twelve of fifteen Oakland and Toronto are now four games behind the red Sox for the second AL wild card I'm the ferry
"bo" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"And welcome to the specials. I am jesse. David fox with me as always my co-host catherine ben air donc my producer jesmyn molly and with us not as always but because this is a special occasion and i feel like everyone who does thing like this for a living needs to talk about the special much as possible joining us. Is jason cinnamon of the new york times. Thank you jason for joining us. Thank you catherine. Jesmyn for being here as always. Hello everyone be here. We are talking about bo. Burnham's two thousand twenty one special inside which was released on netflix. usually jason. When we do this. I provide a variety of context. But since this is all right now we all know the context. Which is there's this pandemic that is was happening is happening. This filmed seemingly already -an during this. I don't think goes already during this. But that's a conversation for later and that's what it is in the context of bose career. Two thousand sixteen he released make happy which was a big deal and then seemingly was like taking a break from up his way of taking a break was directing his first movie. It immediately was a huge critical and financial success. He should have got nominated for an oscar but he did win an independent spirit award. He was in promising young woman. And i had heard he was doing standup again. And we'd nussbaum tweeted one time about seeing him. Sometime in this interim but for most party was not focused on it these connected to a lot of projects yadda yadda behind the scenes. Pretty early on. I feel like early as march. We heard that he was releasing special. That he was working on and seemingly the release of the special was until when he finished it. They're gonna put it up. And so that is the nature of the back of inside. But i feel like a useful place to start is. What was that relationship to bo burnham before this special and it can go first jason. You're the guys you go i. Well you know one of the most fun parts about covering comedy for a while. Now is seeing artists evolves and i think in a weird way the complete arc of my career has sort of mapped onto over career. He was there from the start. And i've written about him at this point. Probably almost as much as i've written about anybody and at first he was a really great. I would say. I thought of him as a great story because he was one of the first youtube stars. I still think of him in fact some of the things. I think that our most interesting about this bo. Burnham actually does pose existential threat to the way a lot of comedians the world because his process of going from starting out where he is now is so different than other comedians. and the skills that he's picked up along the way. I think only would have happened in this particular process so at the time he was like a novelty curiosity a youtube star a very successful one and then he moved from being a really great story to somebody who really i think is like one of the more ambitious artists in this field. Somebody who i think has incredible range. I don't know what you think about this. But sometimes i feel like having a background in comedy doesn't matter so much with when i'm writing about something like other people could do justice same job. Following his career actually is quite being versed in. His work is useful in the same way. That like if somebody's reviewing the newborns as the movie who has a long track record that i think it it makes it much more understandable. So yeah i've liked. All of his work on had always had some reservations but i think like a lot of critics. I have a bias towards ambition. And he's somebody who in. This is a great example of it. I think who's always really ambitious. What's been interesting to watch that. I what his audience with the audience response to about him isn't always the same as what i respond to. But i'm also fab. I'm still bring a full circle. I'm still fascinated by him as a story along with being an artist. And i think with this special just like with his first youtube viral hit. It's resonating in. Its transcending comedy in this way. That is really interesting. Just men so. I definitely remember both from back in the youtube days. That was definitely on my radar. And then i don't think i was introduced to him and his specials until what i think that was his second right it was word towards words than what and my cousins who i feel like i brought up so many times on the show. Because they're like my whole like comedy origins. They showed me what completely blew my mind. And i kind of freaked out about how much i loved it. I loved actually showing that special two people going into this special. I was already like way too. Like in the bag for bo. Burnham till the objective. I love his work so cavern. Had you watched him before. I was like you need to become a comedy critic boards at the top of the list of things. You need to watch. Yeah yeah. I i was enough aware of a bunch of youtubers. I mean i was like college at this point. But i had seen a couple of his things but only in that context and then yes jesse forced me to be a comedy critic and he made a. It sounds like a joke. It's literally hand. Puppet and jesse was the burnham yes but much like that relationship than it is mostly about the arguing between then he made a list of i was like. Here's the thing. I don't know anything about comedy. And he's like. I'm just gonna make a list of specials and you can just watch those and that's fine and you'll be totally prepared to accommodate credit. That's not true and we need that list. Yeah i have. I still consulted but make happy was one of the ones right at the top and i remember watching that one and i remember i was like i can watch this whole list right now but he seemed really like this one was important so i started it was that was one of the first ones that i watched. And then i also then went and watched jesse's vulture conversation with bo- about that and the interesting thing for me has been seeing how of the stuff that comes up in make happy started showing up in other people's works as ideas not as forms in ways that i found really interesting but also like aren't they just saying the same thing that he didn't cut like didn't we do this already. But that has been really fascinating and then this special. I came to as jesse said we sort of knew it was going to be coming and i have also because i'm also tv critic have spent a lot of time thinking about like pandemic stuff in the last year and like what makes for a pandemic tv show because there are all of these kind of special event tv episodes particularly early on. What is it. What do we need from that kind of thing. What do we want from it. What feels terrible about it. And so i had already spent some time thinking about at what point. Pandemic related are is actually additive instead of just reflecting and so that that was sort of how i came into watching this my l. Enter the story as i've been alluded to. Why put it so high on that list of things to watch. Which is i feel like. I had watched bo burnham periodically. But i've i became attracted to the idea of bo. Burnham and burnham's ideas like bo burnham talking about bo burnham is still to me like the pinnacle bo burnham as like a comedian comedy unit so i heard him on. You made it weird. I'm like this is interesting..
New York Man Pleads Guilty to Hacking and Stealing Nude Pics
"New unofficial windows patch fixes more petite po tam attack vectors a second unofficial patch for the petite po tam vulnerability which allows a threat actor to force a windows server domain controller to authenticate against an. Nt relay server has been released to fix issues not addressed by microsoft's official security update the petite bottom bug tracked as cv dish. Twenty twenty one dash three six nine. Four two was partially fixed by microsoft's august twenty twenty one patch tuesday update but unfortunately it is still possible to abuse petite bo tam using e f s rpc functions that were not addressed zero patch micro patching service has released an unofficial patch. That can be used to block. All known petite potassium alum relay attacks and windows server. Twenty nineteen twenty sixteen twenty twelve in two thousand eight. Our two for those who wish to wait. For an official patch from microsoft petite bottom attacks can be defended against using nets h rpc filters that block remote access to the f. s. Rpc service new york man sentenced to prison for stealing student's nude photos after hacking their accounts. The justice department announced on thursday. That nicholas farber of rochester. New york has been sentenced to three years in federal prison. For hacking. The accounts of dozen female suny plattsburgh students to excess private nude photos farber. Who is a suny plattsburgh. Grad worked with co-conspirator michael fish to access the students school email accounts between twenty seventeen and twenty nineteen fish gained access to at least one account by guessing the answers to victim security questions farber then used their credentials to ex's facebook snapchat in cloud accounts from which he stole private nude photographs movies which he then traded online with others farber was charged with computer fraud and aggravated identity theft and has been ordered to pay just over thirty five thousand dollars in restitution to the school fish also pled guilty to several related charges and his sentencing is set for november third the school implemented multisector authentication all email accounts after the incident
Is Shohei Ohtani 'The New Babe Ruth' or Something Entirely New?
"Here is passing. Never seen a player like shohei ohtani babe. Ruth was playing against pitchers who were thrown eighty-five miles an hour. Shohei otani is doing this. Against an average fastball of ninety three point five miles per hour average breaking ball. That's unlike anything babe ruth ever saw on top of that he is facing hitters on the pitching mound who were better than they have ever been also and the fact that he has a two point seven nine. Era now in one hundred things which the third best in the american league while at the same time leading all of baseball with forty home runs. It sounds ridiculous because is ridiculous. We have not seen anyone like this in history and the only thing that i hope for greenie is that shohei ohtani can stay healthy because that is all. That's keeping him from being brilliant year after year after year so greatest individual major league baseball season of any player. certainly in our lifetimes. right. I think so. I mean 'cause pitching is a completely different skill than hitting. This isn't i mean to me. It's almost akin to bo jackson playing two different sports. Yes dion sanders like it's. It's almost two different sports to be that good as a pitcher and that goes here.
Former CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan on Why DACA Is Unconstitutional
"Talk about daca. Yeah what has to be done with this because this that was that was literally on concentrated. This circuit is says it's illegal constitutional so we need to follow the fifth circuit court citizen constitutional and get rid of dhaka right. But here's here's marcy. Just actually penned an unconstitutional correct policy. That's correct was unconscious illegal. And we've been saying that finally circuit said so the last thing that's really really critical is what's called the episode the floor settlement agreement. That's his lower levels blame. The flora shows four settlement agreement. Says that if you're unaccompanied minor family the border patrol digest. We can't keep it for more than twenty days and we told them in the core proceedings. That's crazy. It takes a minimum of sixty to ninety days to get through immigration. Hearing for those that are in custody which says we'll be priority and the judge said. Don't care twenty days bo catch and release began. That's what began. Mpp got rid of that. So look you gotta do address. Tv pra address credible. Fear reinstitute get rid of an address the four settlement agreement so we can detain piano in one bill. One bill one bill. And the last thing i have to say because i have to say this for my brothers and sisters is detention. Detentions blaine look. We have to have a system of consequences. We can't allow people to come here legally and then there's no consequences. We have shown that if you detained somebody while you're going through immigration proceedings. One is guess what once they find out that they're claim valid yet to get them right because you have them right. But here's what you see the phenomenon. Will you start doing that. Guess what happens to the numbers. I would imagine they plummet exactly anytime you play consequences or you show them that. You're not going to be released into the country. The numbers down
Glorious Goodwood: A Review
"Gonna talk about some of the big talking points from the last seven days firstly old touch upon something that you alluded to in your monday column late and that was the atmosphere at goodwood. Amort what you think. It means for racing funds going forward. Just shed some light on how you found edward over the past week. And what you sort of uncovered why exposed into a family is slightly slightly difficult for me. Because a the price we spend most of our time at any rate scores in the press room. I'm particularly good. Yo yo an elevated pressroom above Abetting all really see a huge part from when you gain today the winners and clashes got quote. You really get the the whole rice gore experience but experience for some rice goes particularly on friday was definitely Very disagreeable a fight broke out before the the final race on friday. I spoke to my acre bo. Brown of western racing. Who had a vantage point of everything that went on pretty much. Assume is it full guy started laying into two other guys and two guys joined the four guys who is six onto a scrap in. Shoot that In front of the grand stands that then concluded the the the two guys who'd been bashed around my she got up a burst themselves down them. One of the six guys were stood by bose betting pitch to which another guy approached him and said that was brave of you. Six two and the guy who said i got punched very hard. Indeed landed on the tarmac with his head making com contact with the tarmac There was a lot of blood bo- and other people who are on the scene said it took a long time will too long in their opinion for security to get them from medics please to get there in the end. The guy for some reason didn't want to press charges after he got up and recovered as possessing tara his decision but The culprit was arrested. Anna case will go on from there. It's not the first time an incident happened at good. This certainly wasn't the worst three years ago. Nine people ended up getting prison sentences after a mass brawl at the race. Course we've seen similar disturbances at newbury in the not too distant past a tool and i think i i just reference in in my column on monday and some collins connect with people some. This one is at an awful lot of feedback with many other people expressing their concern the atmosphere on race cool particularly on days with with big crowds the summa flat festivals People greatly concerned about alcohol. Consumption greatly concerned about drug. Taking on the racecourse in the racecourse toilets even though the sniffer dogs big rice. He's not including at goodwood on sats minute carries on at people talking about the mother is schools is where they have found the atmosphere unacceptable. And of course the danger is not only as a lot of the behavior. That's going on Illegal and very concerning but it will alienate the audience within horse race and that goes racing to watch
Bichette Homers, Jays Beat Royals 6-4 in Toronto Return
"Playing in Toronto for the first time in nearly two years the Bluejays picked up a six four win over the Royals Bo Bichette belted a two run Homer and Teoscar Hernandez added a solo shot in the jays first home game in Canada since September twenty nineteen George Springer had three hits an RBI in his first home game north of the border Hernandez opened the scoring with the first pitch Homer off Royals lefty Daniel Lynch to begin the second right hander rust rippling allowed two runs and four hits in five and a third innings to snap a three start winless skid I'm Dave Ferrie
Red Sox Rally Late for 2nd Straight Game, Beat Blue Jays 5-4
"Alex Verdugo worked his eighth inning magic for the second straight game this time delivering a two run Homer as the red Sox rally to beat the blue jays five four for Dugas blast came a day after he led off the eighth with a double to break up a no hitter that double spark Boston's five run rally in a five four win over the Yankees Boston's Rafael Devers added a solo Homer in the four year anniversary of his first major league blast Bo Bichette hit a two run Homer for fourth place Toronto which fell ten and a half games behind in the east Boston's lead in the AL east as one and a half games over the race I'm Dave Ferrie
"bo" Discussed on That's a Thing?!
"That was very much a moment. And this is followed up by Just a little bit of dialogue and The i grabbed a quote was maybe Allowing giant digital media corporations to exploit the neuro chemical drama of our children for profit Maybe that was a bad call us. Which is exactly the sort of understated delivery that i'm very used to as well online. I'm sure it appears elsewhere. It's sort of comedic timing But but yeah it's very true. That was probably bad. Probably not great and is followed up by the various adult song. That might be awkward to talk about. So i don't know we want to. I know we weren't mature content. But i don't know how how what we're holding herself to. I think we can have earned the right to say the word sexting. Who'll that is what that song is. Yeah that is what that song as a boat. It's also a kind of like there's not a lot. It's not very deep. The singles kind of made me wonder if this was like kind of his equivalent of a trunk tune like that people who write Musicals there was a certain moment in the history of musical theatre where composers would just have what they would call trunk tunes which was like stuff they wrote got cut. They're gonna resurrected at some point and put it in the next show. Sure and i feel like bo might have written some other time and decided you know what would fit. Right here sexting. Yeah it doesn't it doesn't especially at to inside as amounting series of things does have very funny lines in it. I will say up eraser headline yeah. That's all we're going to say. Yeah the she sends back a snowman crisis super rent for my head. What does it mean like the randomness. People say like randomness isn't funny. If it's unexplained randomness is because this hilarious rarely sexting is followed up there..
"bo" Discussed on That's a Thing?!
"He planted seeds in this song that he calls back to later. The other thing that you only get if you watch the show at nod if you listen to that song on its own is. There is a moment where he's frustrated that his mum's put her thumb on the camera. And yeah gets like to upset about the frustration of trying to talk her through this tech his shoe. It's a bit of a a prelude to future tantrums. I think okay yeah. Let's that's fair. that's fair. Are you looking forward to holding your phone screen face. I had to talk you through thing imagining i'm looking for. I'm gonna deliberately be more incompetent. Technically than you're used to just so that you can have the excuse. I'm not even die. Good at text and only standing next to you. That i'm impressed. It's mean i. I've asked her lots of things but i i would actually argue. You understand more than me. It's just you forget how to do things constantly that i into it. Actually what our actual tech thing is that i. I am show impatient. That can't read instructions anymore. And if i would just slow down. I could figure that the sign in the background that says. You're a huge nerd from that lightness heaviness of how the world works is A more overtly political song hints of the political in comedy but how the world works is very explicitly complexly political. I'd say i would also call it the first true villain song. None of which there will be a couple of you could argue. That comedy is a villain song but because the kind of character that bo was portraying is so often the hero. I have a hard time. Classifying it as it only becomes a villain song within the context of the rest of the peace like retroactively on. So i i listen through how the world works is the first bill and song and It's in a lot of ways..
Hernández Hits 2 of Toronto's 5 Homers in 10-3 Win Over Mets
"They Oscar Hernandez slammed to the blue jays five home runs in a ten three romp over the Mets George Springer Marcus Semien a Bo Bichette each homered for the blue jays whoever took the giants for the MLB lead with one hundred forty nine home runs Semien one eleven pitch battle driving a three two breaking ball over the left field wall for his twenty fourth home run of the season that extended the lead to six nothing and chase Taijuan Walker out of the game the loss keep cemex we've in the NL east of four games with the Braves and Phillies now tied for second I'm Dave Ferrie
"bo" Discussed on Now Try This
"Like at least. This is how i always feel. I always feel like. I'm either on the brink of everything falling apart or i'm on the cusp of good things right. It never feels completely good in every appeals. You're you never cured of your mental issues so it always feels kind of like you're on the precipice so that feeling of being on the precipice and then the pandemic happening. It happened for so many people. I mean when you're when you're working through stop. It's it's constant work. It's constant struggle and it's always constant of this next one after this after this next week next month next year next year is going to be my near. Yeah actually. I'm going to focus on this next year. So i can't imagine how many people myself included in that in toward twenty twenty. We were sitting there and it was like okay. Okay this is gonna be. This is going to be what's happening. And then the world shuts down. But i like like bo burnham in a way that it is relatable that we all got second side we have to figure out what we're gonna do in and course correct our entire distance. A lot of people made the most of it too. And i feel like bo. Burnham is one of those people that definitely had had the opportunity to sit down and really unfortunately or fortunately for us sit and reflect and look at himself figure out who he was the person and what everything means to him. And what's going on in the world right so interesting. Yeah because what you just said. I think is super. I know if it's most people. I don't know the statistics. But i do know that when you do look at us. Ticks of people who faced unemployment during the pandemic and now a lot of markets are having trouble bringing people back to work and the right wing would. Have you believe that people are lazy and just want to collect checks but when you look at the statistics there are states. That took away the extra unemployment and their problems didn't get better because with a year all these people for the first time in their lives. Most of them to lack right. We got a chance to reflect it who we were. What was important. I'll we wanted to spend our time. Yeah in bo. Burnham is the same way and he decided to spend his time making us laugh. And you also. I feel like we could talk about ourselves for quick sec. Entered the pattern. You talk about me. You could talk about you. But moss way man you like you put your you put an effort. You quit your job. You changed your life. You're putting you in in harm's way and and you you you made a change and that was incredibly hard to do because burnham talks about it in this special that waking up and deciding to put on your shoes in gret dressed during the pandemic was a hard thing to fucking. Do i really that depression. I related that so much. I lost eighty pounds over the pandemic completely changed my lifestyle and my life learned how to cook. Quit my job realize that i need to perform it now and here i time saying it on the podcast. I just had an audition. And i landed your boys going to be performing off broadway improv. I'm gonna be doing comedy so like pandemic didn't thank you if the pandemic didn't happen if i didn't have time to reflect on what was going on i wouldn't be here. I wouldn't be healthy. I wouldn't be happy. I wouldn't be performing again. I wouldn't be doing those things. So you're you're completely right and it's funny that you said the pants thing because one of the ways that i kept my mental acuity during the pandemic was i gave myself small victories every day during the pandemic i was one of the few people i put on jeans or pants every single day. I didn't walk around in shorts. I did not walk around. In sweats. I was like i need to wake up and shower. Anita put on pants start my day as a chance to just completed everything. What about you how. How was your how is it. How is how were you doing before during and after now you don't have to get into depth by what your mental illnesses are or how it affected you can but i do wanna know how you were before during and after sure before we get into what the specialist. Because that's what the special is right. One hundred percent the special enemies talking about these things reflecting your self respecting on your own to health. And it's about our funding. Yeah specifically but also the ways in which he is a relatable person and so as someone who has dealt with mental health issues my whole life. I've a- pandemic. Wasn't that bad for me like i feel lucky. I really had more freedom than i've ever had. Because i feel like. I've i'm stuck in this corporate chain and i'm having to to go to work do this and spend so much time and energy on projects that i honestly don't give two shits about and when i was working from home i got to relax and i got to spend time with my girlfriend who. I was happy to be spending time with and watch tv. While i'm working and cook more. And i would go on runs on my lunch break. Because i i at home and i can change quickly and shower and i trained for marathon ran the marathon and did really well and i just so many things but i put you on blast about it. Sure like i was in a bad place in the pandemic. Let me go to a good place. You were in a good place when the pandemic started because the work you had done the two or three years before that marcus. You also lost an incredible amount of weight. Change your life. You added at least two decades to your life. You had done this. You're seriously you have done that. You went to therapy. Started working on your issues. You self-afflicted reflected instead. I'm not happy. And i would like to be an you started to do the work. That's what the special is about right like that was able to turn the face at and for people like you were doing the work. You should be so fucking proud. Because marcus how could you could you the head of the pandemic i've years ago. Oh i would myself one hundred percent. I'm not laughing. Because i know you're serious. Yeah i am serious because of the work. You fucking yes. It is true it is true. I appreciate that. But that's the thing too. Because i feel like the the pandemic was so hard and everyone but in such a way that is relatable and have varied so greatly. But it's shared trauma that we all have now because we've all had to kind of deal with a major life change. It is to find us on anything that shared experience that we all have is. What makes his comedy special. So good right because it's this. It's this thing that people are having a hard time talking about and discussing. Comedians are joking about it in a way. That is entertaining right now. People want to ignore it. People want to forget about people. Don't handle it. most people can't figure it out. They can try but they can't figure it out. Most people can't figure out how to navigate a compensation regarding covid end and all that stuff especially since there's so much like political shit around it too. I feel like the only person i've seen even remotely well as chapelle did a little bit. When he was like like he had that whole diatribe for five minutes where he wasn't even fucking trying to be funny and he wasn't really funny just talking about. Did you see that. He was at a light comedy show and it was comedy show and he would just like look. I'm just gonna talk for like a couple of minutes. Talked about what was going on and it would just like super like it was like this right. I would totally put dave chapelle dave shabazz one of the best comedians ever. Maybe the best. That's currently alive. I'm not saying bo burnham and him are the same. But i am saying they both have that thing of self actualization about their comedy right like they know what it means. They know their purpose in it. And they know like bo burnham he made the special because she needed it and he needed to share it. And that's what art is so it's it's.
Chinese Astronauts Make First Spacewalk Outside New Station
"Two astronauts have made the first at the space walk outside China's new orbital space station the two men you bombing and Tang Hong Bo was shown on Chinese state TV climbing out of the adult as US road possible Hein then the task was to set up cameras and other equipment using a fifty foot long robotic com the astronauts spent eighty seven now is outside the station they arrived June seventeenth for three month mission aboard China's that orbital station the expedition is part of an ambitious space program that landed a robot rover malls in may I'm Karen Thomas
Khloe Kardashian Reveals Exactly What Plastic Surgery She's Had
"You. Guys by the chance wash kardashian reunion last night. I didn't get to yet. Just because i like to watch with no commercials but i'm so okay. Well i'm going to spoil it for you because the got crazy last night because khloe kept it all the way one hundred when talking about her insecurities and secure security monday and even at all those wild plastic surgery rumors take a look. Everyone says oh my gosh. She had her third face transplant. But i've had one nose job and everyone gets so upset. Like why don't i talk about it. No one's ever asked me. I've done sure injections not really bo talks. When the show. I started i was very sincere very secure and then during the first couple seasons i became insecure because of the public Opinions of myself than i had. I think a good run of being secure. And then i think recently become now insecure again really crazy is that she said everybody talks about my face and all these surgeries but no one ever asked. Those were my exact. It's so interesting because people speculate people writing articles. They're doing before and after he's actually said to her in an interview. Hey listen the public is really curious. Everybody's really invested in you. Have you ever gotten something done. Have you felt you know. That's the thing and she doesn't owe anybody any sort of explanation
"bo" Discussed on Bo Knows Real Estate
"You're you're adding to your credit rating You are now a property owner. Even though the bank owns ninety five percent of it doesn't really matter you're seen by society and your employers and banks you've seen as somebody in a different kind of category your homeowner. You're adulting in style toll thing in style. Okay yeah so. Of course now the problem. The problem is we these low rates and we got people can can afford to buy it. Can they find something in my answer to that is right now. It's pretty tough last year. There was eleven hundred houses for sale at this point. And right now we got less than five hundred. So what do you say to people who wanna wait to say. Hey what i'm ready. Maybe i've got enough money for the down payment. But i wanna wait till summertime. What are what are they gonna do. What's a good tip for them right now. Well as long as you can do that could potentially save you thousands of dollars in taxes. So what you can do. Is you can off until the end of february. You can contribute money towards the two thousand and twenty. Rsp's so let's say you have ten thousand dollars money. Sitting either cash or a tariffs receives account. It makes sense to take the money placed into an rsp. It does have to sit there for ninety days. But then you can put out of there towards the down payment now. Of course always recommend. Please talk to your accountant or rational professional. What's in your best interest. But when my wife. I bought our savings put into an rsp february. We got a bigger income tax return which that money went towards putting house. If it's a great way to game the system so to speak the a little bit extra money in the saves money on those pesky taxes absolutely just even idea is if you are in the thirty five percent tax bracket. Let's just say as a number. You put ten thousand dollars in two hours be here. Income tax is going increased by thirty five hundred dollars. That's three and a half thousand dollars. You would not have had so but as check with your tax check with your professional your accountant or whatever and make sure you have enough room in your rsp to be able to do that. But that's a great way to put your money short. You have to keep it in the for ninety days in order to get the tax refund but then it comes back out. It's still your money and there's no. There's no penalty or anything. You just have to pay it back over the next fifteen years exactly. so awesome. Awesome possum so Yeah i i wish we could find people. Houses now is great time Great time to buy of course condos are plentiful so if you know if you wanna get into your first home and and you're thinking of making that first step into a condo. There is plenty of them out there. houses not so much but they'll come. Spring market is just around the corner. So hopefully you will see a few more listing soon and interest rates. You can't beat them camping manal and good luck and yeah thanks okay mic. Well it's been fun talking to you and talk to you next week again. Okay bye-bye we'll be right back after this short announcement. And i'd like to give a show to a brand new charity thrift store. That's any attic. Thrift store and cat cafe at fifteen sixteen main street in winnipeg spacious clean. Well laid out store with everything from new and gently used clothing shoes to household goods small appliances toys and pet supplies inside. Enjoy some great tasting coffee with fabulous baked goods from the shelves cakes while you visit with the furry four legged friends in the cat room. One hundred percent of proceeds go support. Darcy's animal rescue center which helps save nearly a thousand cats dogs each year in our city. When you're in the neighborhood come check out any attic. Thrift store and cat cafe open daily from eleven to six except sundays when they're closed that's at fifteen sixteen main street and please tell them both censure welcome back and i i do appreciate your listening to this and i've got some interesting news east. It's i think it's interesting. Is i've been taking a look at and and i've been keeping track of the markets for the last fifteen years or so looking at the stats every month and putting them into a market updates. That are usually posted on my blog. While last month. I started doing it in a different version. And it's a downloadable multimedia pdf format so the february market. you can access it. I've got a short ner and it is bono's dot homes slash market. Pdf and you'll see it's in a downloadable multimedia it's got audio it's got video it's got graphs and charts. I think you'll find it interesting. Please check it out. That's bono's dot com slash market. Pdf and now onto that second example that i promised to earlier so again i can't give addresses we're not allowed to make these publicly Publicly available but there was a little tear down house in elmwood and last summer went on the market at ninety thousand dollars again. It's about a twenty five foot lot. The house meant to be torn down to be used as an infill so they had it up last july ninety thousand dollars. They got several offers. It sold for ninety seven thousand dollars. That's not unusual. That's roughly the going rate for an infill. Lot in that neighborhood but there was something wrong with title. It didn't close it didn't finish the seller ended up having to hang onto it. Well they just put that same house on the market again. They put it up at ninety thousand dollars. Only this time. It didn't sell for ninety. Seven thousand four hundred twenty one thousand dollars for a tear down. So that's the market that we're in right now not great for buyers but great if you're a seller so if you're looking to sell your house in winnipeg right now in nearly any price range but most of this is happening in the below three fifty below four hundred thousand dollar price range but give me a call. Anytime it's kaufman. Remax performance realty two or four. Triple three two two zero two. Are you thinking of selling your winnipeg house or condo work with the listing agent. Who goes beyond the mls bo. Kaufman of remax. Performance has a marketing plan. That is second to none. Book your free marketing planning evaluation. Today bono's realestate you've been listening to bow kauffman of remax performance realty. Are you thinking of buying or selling a house or condo and winnipeg called bow at two zero four. Three three three zero to remember bono's real estate..
"bo" Discussed on Bo Knows Real Estate
"Home buyers sellers and donors with award winning remax agent bo kaufman. All right. let's get right to the point. I think twenty twenty one will be great. Of course the shit show. That was twenty twenty. Set the bar pretty low. But i think twenty twenty one is even going to be great even if you don't measure it against what just happened. So let's take a look back and recap what did happen. A number of industries like restaurants airlines personal service providers and many others were hit hard by this pandemic. some of them went out of business entire industries had to lay off people. So it's hard on the economy. Why am i mentioning this. I'll get right to that in a minute. Real estate was early on deemed as an essential service. And it's easy to explain why and it's easy to defend this move. A single real estate transaction can be credits for an average of forty thousand dollars worth of economic spinoff that is taxes real estate fees of course lawyer fees moving cost furniture renovation costs that kind of thing on top of real estate transactions can be done in a relatively safe manner open houses aside which have been stopped a long time ago. Realistic transactions tend to be in small groups so one on one couple of buyers and the real estate agent and there are safeguards in place to make sure that the sellers are out of the house during the showing that the buyers sanitized before going in wear masks etcetera etcetera now speaking with several agents across north america a couple of weeks ago. I interviewed nick. Kite of ottawa. And before that. It was debbie drummond in las vegas. I find that The situation where the same all across north america buyer activity remained strong but listings. Were we're lacking there wasn't a lot of listings out. There and winnipeg is no different. Why are the buyers. Swapped will interest rates are at an all time low and with a lack of inventory. What that does is unfortunately create a lot of worse so i took a look at houses that are priced between three hundred and three hundred and fifty thousand in winnipeg and i went back to two thousand fifteen as example so if you had a house listed between three hundred and three hundred and fifty thousand chances where seventy two point. Four percent that it would sell. That's pretty decent number in twenty seventeen two years later. That number was eighty three point. Seven percent in twenty nine thousand nine hundred dropped back down to seventy seven point eight percent this year if you listed a house between three hundred and three hundred and fifty. Your chances were eighty seven point four percent. That's better than five in six. That your house would sell. That is the best percentage that i've found in recent times and that comes directly from the fact that there's a lot of buyers but not a lot of inventory for them to look at when i recorded this episode on december twenty nine i took a look at winnipeg listings and there was five hundred and thirty six detached houses for sale in winnipeg last year. That same number was over fourteen hundred so we're less than half of the available listings. We had just a year ago. What do i think we'll estate is going to do in twenty twenty one. Well i see the light at the end of the tunnel for the pandemic. There are two vaccines in play. A third one is not that far away and it does even rumor of a fourth one so as those vaccine come online and meet the demand of the general population. I think the economy is going to come back even stronger now. Despite the bad times that twenty twenty has produced. We've seen that. There's been a lot of real estate sales. The real estate board in winnipeg is has not done their final numbers yet. But i expect that we're going to see a banner year as far as sales goal. So what's going to happen. Once those industries that have been mostly affected comeback online and comeback as strong as ever. Hopefully but i the reason. I believe twenty twenty one. It'll be a bright one. Interest rates are expected to remain low. Well beyond twenty twenty one and couple that with the higher listing activity. I think it'll be very good year for selling and buying a home in our city in the near term. I believe that the first homes to be listed around february march are going to see incredible buyer activity. I've seen this directly before. I hit a listing in river heights and it was early february and i did have an open houses as well pre pandemic the several years ago and people were lined up down the street because buyers over the winter holidays and over january take a break but then they comeback strong in the spring. Spring is definitely the time to be selling your house in the first place and with this much. Fire pent-up demand. I think this the spring is going to be superb so if you look into cell being early to market might not be about idea. Get your home ready now fix anything that needs to be repaired replaced worn out carpets scuffed or worn out paint and call your favorite realtor for pre listing examination and to get some final tips. So if you're looking to sell your home you showed anytime bulk. Kaufman remax performance. Wealty two four triple three two two zero two. So what have i been up to. December and january tend to be my slow times of the year. And i've spent that time Working on my business. I've recently received a certificate as a luxury home marketing specialist which denotes extra training and education in the field of selling luxury properties. Which in winnipeg is any house over. Five hundred thousand dollars or condo so have received certificate. I'm i'm very happy about that. And the other thing i did. I created a new way to bring out my monthly market updates and these will now be an in downloadable. Pdf format and. of course. I'll be sharing them on social media etc etc. All you have to do is go to magazine dot winnipeg home finder dot com or. I'll create a short. You are l. simply go to bono's dot homes slash. Pdf that'll take you right there. these are going to be downloadable as i said multimedia so when you get your him and you get the market up be audio included possibly video right in in the magazine as well as supporting articles. Let's say it for me. I hope you've enjoyed this episode. And i hope you keep listening into the new year and if you're going out tonight to to party be safe and i will see you on the other side you've been listening to bow kauffman of remax performance realty. Are you thinking of buying or selling a house or condo in winnipeg called bow at two zero four three three three zero to remember bono's real estate..
"bo" Discussed on Bo Knows Real Estate
"Really a small world bo. i can tell you right now is insane. How small world really is right so about going forward if i have buyers and ottawa. I'll be sending your way and hopefully you'll do the same and is will this has. This has been a great time. And i look forward to do this again with you. Yes do i and we talked about doing one. That's address that agents getting into the market and doing podcast about that. I think that would be a really good segment. I i completely agree. And i was very pleased to to come on and and happy to chat a boat to the luxury market and if you have any follow up questions i'm always here. Thanks a lot nick. Take care buddy you too. Thanks so much. Enjoy your weekend. Okay thank you do well. I hope you enjoyed listening to that as much as i enjoyed talking to nick. And that brings me to the exciting news. I promised earlier. Speaking with nick and interviewing him has given me the kick in the pants that i needed and i became a member of the luxury home marketing institute and in fact i've done all the testing and submitted all the information they required with certified member a certified luxury home marketing specialist. But i'm proud to take a step. It really means even more for my luxury home buyers and selling clients. I now have a truly global reach to access potential buyers and the luxury home and condo market. I've learned about the latest. Technological advances and social media marketing strategies to help give your home incomparable exposure on the marketplace. So if you're selling a winnipeg luxury property or if you've tried new fell into that fifty three point eight percent member. I talked earlier about the success. Rate being forty six point two. So it's fifty three point. Eight did unsuccessful. If you fall in that category give me a call and let's discuss your next move and for the second piece of exciting news. I can announce a new format for my monthly market. Each month. i produced a winnipeg real estate market update. And it's easily the most read article on my site. Starting in the new year those updates they new form the form of an online publication of pdf. Almost like a magazine that you can read on your phone or desktop and even downloaded but even more important these are multi capable an audio and video is going to be embedded in them. I think it's going to be very exciting to see the market developed over the next year. First couple of days of each month will see the latest market report and then six times a year. Starting with mid-january be releasing a luxury home market report separate and above the the other regular market reports. Hope you enjoy those well. I hope you've enjoyed listening to this episode. As much as i've enjoyed creating it 'cause i really do love it. If you found the information helpful why not download my free. Podcasting app that way. You never miss another episode and made it super simple to just go to bono's dot homes slash apps that's eight p p s available for apple and android devices. If you just want to see the show notes or read the transcript go to bono's dot homes slash one four three. That's this episodes number there. You can also click on the little microphone button and record a question or comment and finally please give this podcast a five star rating again. We've made it super simple. Just go to love the podcast. Dot com slash. Bono's thank you so much for listening. Let's do this again next week. You've been listening to bow kauffman of remax performance realty. Are you thinking of buying or selling house or condo in winnipeg called bow at two zero four three three three 2-0 remember bono's real estate and i was going to be adult day..
"bo" Discussed on Bo Knows Real Estate
"And you'll find apple and android format apps. You also going to hear me mention the term show notes that is where links an additional information can be found. so where are they. They are on this podcast website again. Very easy bono's dot homes slash podcast. You'll find all the episodes and their show notes right there. you know. i'm super excited about this week's episode and next week i'll hell. I'm just super excited. And today's episode number one forty four main topic is going to be the most recent winnipeg condo market update as well as answer the question our condo fees total waste of money and lastly we're going to examine a community in ireland lakes first condo fees money out the window right. I mean that three hundred bucks. Four hundred even more time is just wasted money. Well not so fast. There are actually a number of items condo fees pay for which a house owner would have to pay separately for example. Water bills comes to mind. They are usually included in the condo. Fees there are also a number of expenses which are greatly reduced when you own a conduct. An example here is home. Insurance in most cases to building insurance is already included in the condo fees whereas a house owner has to pay for them out of pocket. I've written an in depth article on variety of costs and savings. A condo owner can expect go to bono's dot homes slash condo fees. link is. well you guessed it in the show notes all right. Let's take a look at the condo market update as it is on december first two thousand twenty first highlights for the month during the month of november. We sold sixty five condos in winnipeg. That's down quite a bit from ninety eight in october. But it's still higher than the fifty five we sold last year. Same time period and the most expensive condo sold during the month of november was four hundred and ten thousand in headingley similar to houses. Condo inventory is dropping right now we have a total of five hundred and three condo listings. That's down from five sixty six last month and down from five eighty seven the previous year and every price range is affected condos thousand two hundred seventy eight. That's down from three twenty one last year and we have condos that are over two hundred and fifty thousand. We've got two hundred and twenty five. That's don from to sixty six last year and again similar to houses. The sales are actually over last year. During the month of november we sold forty three condos in the two hundred fifty thousand range forty-three as opposed to thirty six last year. More expensive condos over two hundred and fifty. We sold twenty two as opposed to nineteen same time period last year and that affects the level of inventory. Right now under two hundred and fifty thousand. We haven't hundred ninety four days as opposed to sixty seven last year and condos over a quarter million. We have three hundred thousand seven days worth of inventory as opposed to four twenty last year and as far as newly listed condos coming to market. It's dropping over last month but it's still ahead of last year's pace saw in the previous month we've listed one hundred and seventy three condos as opposed to one hundred and fifty four last year. So this pattern. Kind of follows. What houses are doing Just not as drastic there are. Fewer condos available are higher condo sales. But it still doesn't compare to the housing market last week. You heard me talking about reasons. Why buyers should continue looking for properties through the winter. That is never more true than with condos because a lot of the negatives that you associated with looking at houses in the wintertime for example. You can't see the landscaping tough to see the roof. While most of the things don't matter as far as condors go because you're buying especially with high rise condos you're not buying though the roof you're gonna get a engineering report done by the condo corporation as the state and the quality of the building so wintertime should not be a deterrent at condos. So let's take a look at an example conduct community in the south end of winnipeg and talking about copper stone estates which are located on shore boulevard deep in island. Lakes is the community that was built in two thousand and seven. They have forty condos in twenty buildings. So they're all site by sites. And i often called this style of condo like the best of both worlds. Because you have your own house you own entrance. These have full basements. Of course they have in sweet laundry and all that kind of stuff so it's basically like a house and in this case it's a side by side but you can also get these standalone throughout the city there this condos so the do have condo restrictions such as for example. You can't put a fence up in the backyard or you may not be able to put a shed up in most of these type of condos so there are restrictions. I live in something like this. And i can tell you. Sometimes these restrictions may seem like a bit of a pain but they're there for a reason they are there to prevent your neighbor from painting his house lime green and putting up a lean to in the back. So it's it's a good thing. These really have very few restrictions. Said this cop persona states. You're allowed to have pets so long as they're not a nuisance you're allowed to rent them out which is the case in most condos now. There's no mark rental restrictions however your tenants must abide by the same rules. As if you're the owner property taxes in this these units range in size there are a few there in the fifteen hundred and fifty square foot and there are a few of the other extreme over two thousand square foot. The majority of them are between sixteen sixty and seventeen seventy square feet taxes in these range around forty two hundred to forty seven hundred depending on the size of the unit kind of fees are two hundred and sixty five dollars per unit no matter how bigger smaller that's because most of these fees really are the landscaping the maintenance the Grass cutting so everybody's yard is roughly the same so they don't really care. How big your unit is. It's two hundred and sixty five dollars per unit. As i said in sweet laundry these new notes also have double attached garages full basements. Which of course you can finish or you can just leave it. As is whichever the case may be there are no common elements to speak of. There's no external buildings new pools anything like that. Most of these kinds of complex in winnipeg don't have anything like that. Each unit does come with a deck off the kitchen. And you can enjoy your barbecue in your own private space semi private depending on where you are your next door neighbor might be twenty feet away. You might be able to look right onto yours. But i can again speak from experience. It's usually not the case that everybody's out at the same time prices over the last four years nine units have sold and it's three units twenty seventeen three sold in twenty eighteen none sold in two thousand nineteen but then again this year three more sold and the prices ranged from three hundred and forty seven thousand. Four one with an unfinished basement to three hundred. Sixty two thousand with a fully finish basement. And i believe the highest in their has just barely touched four hundred thousand dollars. That's one of the big two thousand square foot units so these are really good value for the money. They're fairly decently built their large spacious. They all i believe they all have three bedrooms two and a half baths plus whatever. There is in the basement so they have a full on sweet A half bath on the main floor. These are of course to store units right now. There are none available in this complex. But if you are looking to buy or sell in this complex or anywhere else in winnipeg. He showed at love to help you out well. I hope you've enjoyed listening to this episode. As much as i've enjoyed creating it 'cause i really do love it. If you found the information helpful why not download my free. Podcasting app that way. You never miss another episode and made it super simple to go to bono's dot homes slash apps that's eight p p s available for apple and android devices. If you just want to see the show notes or read the transcript go to bono's dot homes slash one four three. That's this episodes number. There you can also click on the little microphone button and a question or comment and finally.
"bo" Discussed on Bo Knows Real Estate
"Are you thinking of selling your winnipeg house or condo work with the listing agent. Who goes beyond the mls bo kauffman of remax performance as a marketing plan. That is second to none. Book your free marketing planning evaluation today. Bono's real estate at the beginning of this episode. I talked about the fact that buyers should continue looking and searching for their home even in the winter months but as you can see by the lack of inventory. That might not work. You might not be able to find the house that that you're looking for a variety of reasons buyers might wanna hold off until the spring if you do that. There's still something that you should do right now. Can i friend. Mike schroeder of mortgage architects in the high just finished hosting a video on youtube about the two things. That homebuyers should do. The first one is going to save the money and make the whole buying process easier and the second one is actually gonna put perhaps thousands of dollars of new money in their pockets stuff that money that they had not expected to get those tips over to my youtube channel at youtube dot com slash bowl kaufman Show notes and we're also going to use that audio from that interview and Posted here next week. It's about a ten minute. Discussion of a buyers should do at least three months before buying a house. So if you look at buying spree those are things you should be doing right now to make the buying process easier and put new money in your pocket tan speaking of saving money. Just a couple of tips. If you are a homeowner orally somebody who has to pay their own bills water hydro end is a couple of things on how to make your appliances work harder and more efficiently for washing machine. It's advised that you don't wash half loads because to half loads actually take more water in more energy than one full load as well as set the setting as cold water as possible because every drop of hot water has to first through. The water. Tend to be heated. That's extra cost for stoves instead of stove. If you can use a microwave. It uses one quarter of the power if you don't like microwaves and some people are against it. Try getting toaster Because it's a using a lot less energy a lot less heat for a smaller space or get one of those ninja foodi. I just got one. They're they're absolutely awesome. I'm using it for everything. Air fry french fries and chicken breasts in a matter of minutes and it. It's really good. It is as good as they advertise. Fridges set your fridge. As as low as possible. That is as warm as possible and work up from their same with the freezer especially in the wintertime. You might not needed as cold as you have it set in the summertime and dishwashers actually use less water than if you fill the sink with water and then wash dishes that way so try some of these things hopefully save a few bucks and like i said. I'm really excited about next week's because we're gonna do the condo market report. We're going to post the episode with mike and talking about what buyers should be doing right now. I hope you've enjoyed listening to this episode. As much as i've enjoyed creating it because i really do love it. If you found the information hell toll. Why not download my free podcasting app that way. You never miss another episode. And i've made it super simple to just go to bono's dot homes slash apps that's eight p p s available for apple and android devices. If you wanna see the show notes or read the transcript go to bono's dot com slash one four three. That's this episodes number. You can also click on the little microphone button and record a question or comment and finally please give this podcast a five star rating again. We've made it super simple. Just go to love the podcast. Dot com slash. Bono's thank you so much for listening. Let's do this again next week. You you've been listening to bow kauffman of remax performance realty. Are you thinking of buying or selling a house or condo in winnipeg called bow at two zero four three three three 2-0 remember bono's real estate..
"bo" Discussed on Bo Knows Real Estate
"Welcome listeners today. We're going to talk about the latest winnipeg state market. We'll touch on seven reasons. Why home buyers should continue their home search even in winter and give you some solid money. Saving tips for homeowners. All in the next fifteen minutes on winnipeg's podcast. You're listening to the bono's real estate podcast tips and advice for home buyers sellers and owners with award winning remax agent bo kaufman. So if you've been listening to this podcast for a while you know that the first episode of each month is when we give you. The market's doubts for winnipeg's housing market. How many listings are there. How many houses have sold over the last month. What's the immediate future. Look like are we in a buyer's market or seller's market that kind of stuff. After that i'm gonna give you some money. Saving tips for homeowners. But first let's talk about some reasons. Why buyers might wanna keep looking for houses even in the winter yes. Winter is coming and with a normal change in the real estate market. I'll give you an example last year. Twenty nineteen may and june in that two month period. We sold one thousand five hundred and forty four houses in winnipeg seven months later in winter. That's december january. We sold a combined. Five hundred sixty four houses. That is a sixty three percent drop which is totally attributable to the changing seasons. It's colder weather. It's not as comfortable to go out. Look at houses. You get home from work and it's already dark who feels like looking at houses in these conditions on top of that. It's the holiday season new year's winter. Vacations You know what that's per a search on hold and started getting the spring but that's exactly one of the great reasons you should keep looking even in the winter. I'm reminded of a quote by british rabbi and philosophers. Jonathan sachs who said if everyone else is selling by saying is that do what everybody else is not doing so you can adjust that saying by going if everyone else stops buying you go ahead and buy in my latest post arguments. Seven compelling reasons by homebuyers should keep looking through the winter. You can find that. By simply going to bono's dot homes slash stories. You can also catch a link in the show notes and it's perfectly formatted for mobile reading throughout the episode. You're going to hear me. Mentioned that links are available in the show notes. What our show notes. And where are they very simple. Go to bono's dot homes slash podcast. That is the website for this podcast. This episode in particular sits at bono's dot homes slash one four three and. Now let's take a look at the winnipeg real estate market as it is at the very beginning of december twenty twenty so remember that this is a december first when we're talking about sales records. We're talking about what we sold. During the month of november previous year at this time period so During the month of november twenty nineteen we sold a total of three hundred fifty one houses. Compare that to six hundred thirty three this year so sales again once again our way up compared to twenty nineteen most expensive house this month. So for one point seven million in headingley and in fact during the month of november we sold ten houses at a million dollars or more. So let's go into in a little bit more detail again. December i twenty twenty last year. At this time we had fourteen hundred and twenty houses available this month. We have seven hundred fifty. Four virtually has many houses on the market as there was last year but sales are almost twice as much. So you can see. This is not a sustainable situation buyers far outpaced the listings. Seven hundred and fifty four is down a little bit from the previous month yet when we had nine hundred fifty five houses breaking it down across price ranges entry level houses under two hundred fifty thousand last year. We had four hundred ten district. We've got two hundred twenty seven eight range to fifty to five hundred thousand last year. We had nearly seven hundred on the market right now. We have three hundred six and luxury homes. Three hundred fifty one last year december first today. Two hundred twenty. One incidentally starting in january twenty twenty one. I'll be doing something a little different. I will be giving a separate luxury housing market report. That's all houses over. Five hundred thousand in manitoba got the luxury home marketing institute classifies anything over five hundred thousand as a luxury home. So i'll be delving a little deeper into the details in this price range. Okay now let's take a closer look at the sold numbers during the month of november entry level. Last year we sold one hundred five this year. Hundred and forty two mid range prowse's last year. During the month of november. We sold two hundred eight this year. Three hundred and fourteen and even luxury homes last year result. Thirty eight this month. The during november we sold seventy seven. That's basically twice as many as year. Same time so we can see that the number of available listings are about half and sales are about double. How do we put that on paper. Does it look in graph form. That's when we come up with a to called days of inventory. This basically explains it. There are no more listings. Come into market today at the current pace of sale. How long would it take us to sell everything. That's out there here. The lower the number the hotter the market entry level houses under two hundred fifty thousand last year. It would have taken us one hundred seventeen days to sell everything that's out there. This month is just forty. Eight days super hot. But it's even hotter in the mid range prices two hundred and fifty to five hundred thousand dollars. There was a house by the way last week. A twelve hundred foot bungalow in river heights listed at four hundred was four hundred thirty thousand sold for five hundred thousand dollars. This is a seventy year old house. It's been redone done up to the nines. Look really great but a half million dollar price tag so in that price range. Last year we had one hundred days of inventory this month. Twenty nine so in other words if nobody else listed their house in that price range going forward it wouldn't even take us a month to run out of everything that's out there and now luxury homes there too much hotter market than normal last year. Two hundred seventy seven days to sell everything. That's the level of inventory this month eighty six days. That's probably the hottest that i've seen it. Not price range now. the one step that seems to be bucking the trend a little bit Good news is how many new listings are coming to market. last year. During the month of november we had five hundred ninety eight houses being listed in november this year. That number is six hundred sixty two so at least there is a few more listings. We need a lot more to satisfy the buyer needs. That are out there in a normal year. I might have advised people in the past if you wanna sell your house. Wait a couple of months. Wicketless free-market King when it comes to selling winnipeg but as you can see. This is not a normal. You're listening to our way down. Sales are way up so even now even in december still a good time to list your house if you look to sell gimme a shout and let's take a look at what the market is doing in your specific neighborhood your specific price range because this report is all good but it is of the entire market of of winnipeg and is upset. Before if you own a bungalow in trance kona. Your market may be completely different than out of a townhouse in saint james. So if you're thinking of selling gimme a shot right now bowl kaufman to afford triple three two two zero two and let's take a look at the market's doing in years pacific area..
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"And welcome to a new section this podcast. It's money saving tips for homeowners. And those who wanna be. I don't know why. I didn't think about this topic before to fit central naturally into this podcast. So here we are gonna come up with a catchy name for this and i'm open to ideas today. I want to talk about saving money on water. Bills and nineteen ninety nine study by the american waterworks association research foundation. There's a mouthful study on residential end use of water and they found that out of all the water used in a home. Twenty seven percent goes down the toilet. Twenty two in the clothes washer seventeen in the shower. Sixteen through a faucet and fourteen is just plain loss through leaks if you toilet was manufactured before nineteen ninety four. It wastes up to one hundred dollars a year on water toilet made prior to nineteen eighty with swapping two hundred dollars a year. So you have an older home. Replacing those targets will overtime amount to a great investment energy saving dual flush toilets range in price for around three hundred to four hundred dollars plus installation. That means a return of around a minimum of twenty five percent a year plus unlike earlier models which require two or three flushes. Today's water saving toilets can often do the job in just one flesh not to mention that it increases resale value of your home as well if you're inclined to sell it in the near future. This is an upgrade. that's that's worthwhile. Another item to consider are low flow showerheads seventy percent of the water. That comes through the shower. Head passes through your water heater. I adding an extra expense. They're easy to install and modern types actually changed the and velocity of the water to provide a high flow field. Saving you money one last tip along the same line. Wash your clothes in cold water as much as possible. Just like with that shower head example. Most of the water entering the warm or hud cycle of your washer had to come through your water heater. I i don't know what it's like in your city but here in winnipeg our sewer bill is directly tied to water consumption. So if you save a buck on water you'll ask you're going to save a corresponding amount on the sewer bill as well so using the above tips you can actually save hundreds of dollars on your water bill. I hope you've enjoyed listening to this. Podcast half as much as i enjoyed creating it and i really do love it so if you like receiving this information here's a couple of things i'm asking you to do. Installed a free podcast app available for us and android devices. I've made it super simple to do on your phone. Just go to bono's dot com slash eight p. p. s. that's apps and there. You'll get the option for your devices app store downloads. Another thing you can do is go visit. This show on the web at bo knows dot homes slash. One four two. That's this episode there. You'll see the show notes and all the links once there you'll also see a little microphone which enables you to leave me a comment or suggestions on how to make this podcast better. Lastly if you really want to show me some love gimme a five star rating again. Made it super simple. Just go to love the a podcast dot com slash. Bono's all these links are in the show notes which again are at bono's dot homes slash and then the episode. I look forward to hearing from you. Bye-bye you've been listening to bow kauffman of remax performance realty. Are you thinking of buying or selling a house or a condo in winnipeg call bow at two zero four three. Three three pursuit 202. Remember bono's real estate..
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"Know funny. Things happened mike. And i had actually planned this episode several weeks back to discuss the options for new to canada homebuyers so it was completely fortuitous that i received a voicemail from a potential future home buyer in england. This gentleman apparently wants to move to canada in about a year from now. And he's got he's got questions about options for getting mortgages and what. The costs are involved in buying a house. Here's his voice. Mail a by a heavier well. I may cost list from the uk. My life is winning. Pick and we're looking to move back to winnipeg with young kids in the year or so. My question is this aside from the usual down payment taxes. Is there anything else you think. We may need to consider when volume winnipeg when moving from abroad particularly in relation to mortgages and credit otherwise. Thanks during about costs. A nice place to stay in touch with what's happening will the best now. First of all let me say. I really love getting feedback like that. It tells me that there's actually people listening and it's making a difference that's that's really good <hes>. Very simple way for you to leave me a voicemail like this by simply going to my podcast website page which is at bono's dot homes slash podcast or if you to this episode in particular bono's dot homes slash one four two everytime you go to my site. A little microphone will appear at the bottom of your screen. Just click it. Leave me voice mail. The will be required to leave an email address. And i will get back in touch with you. I will play. Or i may. I probably will play your voicemail. But i take your name out to keep it private love to hear from you but for now let's call. Mike conceal yes to say. Hey mike it's bowl kaufman. How you doing today. Hey do well how about yourself. Excellent excellent so you heard essentially that question from that gentleman in england. Who's thinking of moving to winnipeg correct and so in answered his question. The first question is how much down payment do you have. He's asking determine what type of credit information. We need for example. If you have a twenty five percent down payment and you've been in canada for three years or less it doesn't matter what your income or immigration status we can get you a mortgage at a positive rate. That kind of threw me there. It's three years or less correct. Three years left. So it's if you've been in canada for less than three years you're good to go with twenty five percent down that's correct. Yes and then you can students. You don't have to have employment. You don't even have credit. That's the requirement cool so as we go down from there so the next level down would be. Let's say a ten percent down so if you have a ten percent down payment you'll have been at your job and in canada or three months and you need to show letter your bank saying that you have a history of making pates. The next step down there will be five percent down payments if you have a five percent down payment cata typically for twelve months so for one year and have a letter from your landlord. Show you pay your rent on time. So those are the sort of the with the descending amounts of down payment. What's required to get a mortgage cara okay. What about a job at five percent down you here for a year. You still have to do a qualifying employment right correct. Yes you you still have to have a job off of probation. Most lenders have a one two three month. Probationary period's okay. So let's go back. That i one really. If you're in the country even a student a refugee anybody was in the country for less than three years can buy a house. And i understand that you just recently did a mortgage for somebody told me about that cracked and so we helped a couple where there was two brothers encounter for ten years and they just brought their parents over from asia and their parents want to buy a house will they brought over money with them so the parents did not have a job did not have any income in canada but because they just came here and they had a twenty five percent down payment they're able to buy a nice house coaster kids. Well okay that's that's awesome. That's good and the rate of those people was. They got a two point. One four percent on a five year fixed.
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"Thanks a lot okay. Bye bye so whether you're buying or selling house or condo in winnipeg. You are going to need a lawyer. Lots of good lawyers out there. No doubt but you're looking for in a lawyer is somebody who is well versed and experienced in real estate because real estate law really is. Its own little subject of had buyer's in the passing. I wanna use my family lawyer. And in the end it ended up being a wilson and the state's type of lawyer who didn't know real estate and he shuffled it off to somebody else see may as well pick a lawyer that knows their stuff in real estate. You want somebody that's personable. Somebody that returns phone calls well organized somebody that answers your calls. I have just such a lawyer. It's brad mcclellan mcroberts law office in madison square on ness avenue. If you're going to buy or sell a house or a condo. I would say give him a call. His office number is two. Oh four nine. Four four seven nine to three. And that's broad mcclellan of roberts law. Okay let's take a look at example condo in the end of winnipeg. But i'm talking about is one eighty belleville road. This is called tower. One eighty condos. This was a an apartment building built in nineteen seventy and it was converted to condos by. Ns homes in two thousand fourteen. So this is one of these apartment condo conversions that mike was talking about. Not every lender will do a mortgage for these so there's a there's a more limited option for mortgage lenders for this because it is a conversion. I know this building fairly well. I sold a couple of units in there and this building as an example really goes to a show my point and and my reasoning behind telling my clients to kind of stay away from buying bryan new condos because in winnipeg you by bryan new condo and it's similar to buying a brand new car. It's great but soon you drive it off the lot. What happens well. It's the same thing that happens with brand new condos these units here. This building here has one and two bedroom units and when they were new in two thousand thirteen the one bedrooms were selling for around one eighty to one ninety and they are now re-selling closer to one sixty and the two bedrooms were selling for two twenty two to thirty and now selling out below two hundred for the most cases unless unless it's really decked-out really special the average ones now are going actually less than two hundred so that's about a twenty five thirty thousand dollar drop on the two bedrooms and twenty thousand dollar drops in the one bedrooms. That really makes a pretty good option for first time buyer because they are really nice condos no question about it. S did a nice job clean. Hallways nice layouts their large units. The one bedrooms quite often go into a bedroom condo. And it's like six hundred and fifty square feet. These are more like seven hundred and fifty square feet two bedrooms if you go to those like the walkup. The townhouse style. Two bedrooms are generally eight fifty to eighty these on. Belleville are actually over a thousand square feet. Most of them have like they have nice kitchens. I tell granite counters. Stainless steel pines. That kind of stuff so condo fees. Now here's an example as well a two bedroom condo right now. The country's four forty a month for some people will say well. That's that's a lot of wasted money. But it's not because they're four. Forty includes heat includes electricity and water. And all your condo perks so to put this in another perspective if you buy a two bedroom condo for let's say two hundred thousand dollars instead of a condo if you buy two hundred thousand dollar house. I'm going to argue that first of all that thing is going to bleed in a heat like crazy. You heating bills are going to be well over one hundred dollars a month whereas here it's included in the condo fee insurance The home insurance is included in this condo. All you have to buy your your upgrade and content insurance which is running in the neighborhood of twenty dollars a month as opposed to spending close to a hundred a month on a house insurance as at christie's included waters included so that eats up a lot of that four hundred and forty dollars That's an in condo fees So i'm not as down on condos as as maybe some people are definitely. I think it's an option if you're looking for a nice clean place with secure undergone parking and if as i mentioned earlier if your lifestyle demands it if you spending sixteen hours a day at work and just the place to call home in between going to work and going on vacation and a condo is really pretty desirable a pretty good option for you. So in the show notes below. You're gonna find a link to an article. I've written about explaining about white condo. Fees really aren't the boogeyman. They're they're not as bad as some people think they are As well as a link to further details on the condo one eighty tower on belleville. I really hope you've enjoyed this episode of winnipeg's real estate podcast if you are looking to buy or sell a house or a condo. Please commute showed any time. That's bull kaufman. Remek's performance realty two four. Triple three two two zero two until next week. Bye you've been listening to bow kauffman of remax performance realty. Are you thinking of buying or selling a house or a condo in winnipeg called bow at two zero four three three. Three pursue 202. Remember bono's real estate. And i thought this was going to be a dull day..
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"You're locked in that's going to be significant cost. Correct me not. Even this moved to a different house actually situations were also client has to put in twenty thirty forty thousand dollars in two repairing a work on their foundation. They have the home they need to refinance your home. And i've had some lenders tell their clients. You sign a mortgage product that does not allow you to break your mortgage. You're selling the house. You cannot refinance to do renovation. Work on it. Putting the client significant bind were announced of boring mortgage rates. They may have to go get a loan or line of credit as significantly higher rates cost them more money in interest off because they chose a restrictive orders while so even if they stayed obvious. Obviously stay with the same bank. They can reopen it up to get equity out of the house to fix their foundation with certain mortgage products. Yes and that's why it's not about who has lowest rate is about putting you with the mortgage product. That's gonna save the most money over that term right excellent. Well it's good information. Thanks thanks a lot. Mike calling you time okay. Take care bye bye. That was mike schroeder of mortgage architects and he was kind enough to send along and accompanying article from. Cbc news outlining the case that he talked about the toronto real estate agent who had to sell her house due to the pandemic and triggered a thirty thousand dollar bank penalty As i said you may be getting into a house or renewing your mortgage with every intention of staying there for five years or whatever the in term length will be but things do come up Like i said job transfers or As mike pointed out if you have a significant requirement. A need to refinance. For whatever reason whether it's fix foundation or to help somebody out financially helping a family member and you wanna refinance that house. Just make sure you check the fine print that allows you to get out of the mortgage to refinance without paying significant penalties. That thirty thousand dollar example. That's not the not the first. And not the only time i've ever heard That's size of penalty being triggered. So be careful what you go into that. Don't always just look for the lowest rates. Make sure the mortgage product fits your needs now and into the near future and today's spotlight on a local business. I wanna talk to you. One of the most unique businesses. You'll ever likely to find the brainchild of an entrepreneur named brian. ross innovation fabrication. There are metal fabricator and turn old shipping containers into just about anything you can think of now. The first time brian and innovation fabrication came to my attention was of box pools. That's one of the things that they do is. They turned shipping containers. Swimming pools that can be above ground in ground. They can be 20-foot-long forty or even sixty couple of really neat aspects of this if you have a tight backyard where a like a backhoe or a digger can't get in. You can actually lift this thing over your house with a with a crane and it can be an above ground or they can dig a hole and ground. if it's above ground the pool can have a window. It can have a tv it. Can you can even turn a pool into a hot tub with a remote control on your phone. So when you're on your way home You just turn up the heat and by the time you get there. It's nice and warm for you but they do so much more than just pools. They also turn shipping containers into pop kitchens in two restaurants in two garages man caves and she sheds and lately even medical labs and testing sites. So i'm planning to have brian on an upcoming episode and tell us more about his product and there's a link to his website in the show notes below and now for something completely different. Those people that know me know that i'm a comfort food guy steak and potatoes pasta pizza. I mean you name it. It's gotta have meat though so the court somebody saying. I don't always eat soup. But when i do my wife fund a great recipe for A soup that online. That's a tomato and pepper soup. And i've got the link to that recipe in the show notes as well. It's thick hearty and has a real kick to it and you can use beef or turkey so again. There's a link in the show notes. I hope you enjoy. I do hope you enjoyed the show. And i hope you come back next week for more local and national news and updates on real estate and tips on renovations and improving your home. Till then bye-bye real stories of selling a home with bo kaufman. He doesn't really gave us the confidence. And i just felt like he was someone they met next door like. You know my uncle or something. I think you said a good price point right off the bat to get some interest in the condo. I don't know it was just a breeze with him. He had the right personality for us. It worked out good. We ended up selling it within a couple of weeks. What do you look for in a real estate agent. He's very easy to get along with. He makes you feel comfortable because of his personality. Find it in bo- kaufman professional to deal with. He knows the markets. Never quite happing visit bo at home. Finder dot com. You've been listening to bow. Kaufman of remax performance realty. Are you thinking of buying or selling house or condo in winnipeg call at two zero four three three. Three su 202. Remember bono's real estate..
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"It or anything else that you want to cover. There's one key feature on that a number you'll awful. Forget about and that is you do actually have to pay for the renovation. Work up front and it has to be finished before the bank reimburses you for it now. This may involve putting it on a credit card credit for a temporary period tied or subcontractors will let you put down to it be between twenty and thirty percent of the finnish amount and then the bank can pay them directly afterwards. So remembering your understand how you're gonna pay the renovation work knowing the bank will pay you back after the work assist. Kootenai right excellent. Well thank you very much. Mike can We'll We'll do this again. Next week sounds good. We'll chat okay. Bye-bye alright now was mike schroeder. He and his wife candace are operating mortgage team at a mortgage architects. You can get a hold of mike at two four two two nine three two one four you can find them. At mike. Schroeder dot ca link is in the show notes. I really hope you enjoy type information. And as a really easy way to get it installed on your phone With one of my free apps available for ios and android really simple. Just go to bono's dot homes slash apps a p. s. And you'll go to a page where you can select ios or android app installed on your phone and never miss an episode real stories of buying a home with bo kaufman while my husband wanted something fairly modern in new and i was willing to get more of a fixer upper kind of house. He would listen to our conversation that we were having between the two of us and he just knows what to listen for narrow down what year wants truly are what do you look for in a real estate agent. He's friendly. he's knowledgeable. He knows how to get you on the same page. Find it in boca off. He's who i wanted to work with visit. Bow and home. Finder dot com bo. Kaufman is a proud supporter of darcy's animal rescue centre. Darcy's arc is a charity which saves nearly one thousand cats and dogs from the abuse or homelessness in winnipeg each year. Come visit our shelter storm at seven thirty century street. At darcy's we rescue for life. You've been listening to bow. Kaufman of remax performance realty. Are you thinking of buying or selling house or condo in winnipeg called bo 204. Four three three three two two zero to remember bono's real estate..
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"To know which lending ensure to go with that's craton the benefit of using a mortgage brokers that we understand the policies of all three. Insurers swore much more likely to place you with the one that fits your needs the best That's especially helpful and things like where. Your credit may have had some issues in the past or if new to canada There are insurance specific programs in place for those circumstances. And we can help you the best. You've mentioned something earlier too about borrowing or the down payment crack. So i don't recommend boring to borrow money to buy a house but especially if you're a little bit short on the down payment or the closing costs seem h. C does not allow you to bore that. But you can't guarantee does aboard a line of credit or credit card or through personal and that can make up the difference again that can be able to buy a house you like versus buying the house that you love. Hey mike thank you very much. I love your tagline. What's your tagline again. Sure we're the lowest rate is just the beginning. Excellent guys are more than just low rates right exactly. So what do you wanna do. You wanna do this once a week. I think it's a great idea. And especially like i can pick the topic. You can pick the topic. I'm more than happy to work with. Different things i think especially different. Products purchased plus improvements new to canada. Holbeck beco- credit. There's no lack of topics you can pick where you can do like one to three minutes on a divorce mortgages. There's lots okay. Excellent so let's Let's get together again next Next week what am i counter. That thanks okay mic walk. That was mike schroeder of mortgage architects. And you get a hold of mike on a solid four to nine thirty. Two fourteen tend to mention. What's latest article on my blog. As many of you probably know been publishing winnipeg real estate blog for about ten years now. There's seven hundred articles in their tips for buyers and sellers condos and houses and one of the latest posts is eight tips to protect your plants. This winter winter is coming. And it's really helpful article about what you can do to make sure your plans survive this winter. Come back strong. Next spring of also that are linked shorten my own link shorter. It's really easy to find now as you go to bo knows dot home slash blog. There's no dot com. Bo knows dot home slash blog. Take you're right there. And that article on eight tips to protect your plan says winter is one of the first ones on the home screen and on this segment segmented like to focus on a local business in a timely one right now is a furnace repair replacement. Just so happened. My mom called this week this past week for some advice time to get her furnish check to check around. One company was charging one hundred and thirty nine dollars for furnish check. So i told her about a friend of mine. Darcy barrington from air serve heating and air conditioned company offers a maintenance plan now at first one hundred ninety dollars plus tax. So it's a little bit more but for that you get your furnace check now and they'll come back in the spring and check and start up your air conditioning as well. So that's really to for for one even more important. Is you get on their preferred service. Response plan because as you know with winter what's going to happen minus forty and your furnace craps out pardon my english and of course that's the hardest time to get a hold of anybody because everybody's furnace kong sold at that point but being under preferred response time. We'll get you to the head of the line As well as getting you ten to fifteen percent off parts and labor so for one hundred ninety plus tax you get like year round. You get your furnace checked. Who gets for air conditioning. Check and you on a maintenance plan which gives you preferred service level and ten to fifteen percent off well worth it especially if your furnace. It's getting like fifteen years so if you have an older house older furnace a gift. My friend Darcy bank call is direct. Line is two four five five seven two four nine nine member air serve heating and air conditioning that king of comfort and no. I don't get paid for this spots. just He's a friend of mine and they do. They do a good job especially in heating and air conditioning. There's a lot of fly by guys are great. They a location. Logan king edward and good service telhami censure. He'll look after you extra well. I'm going to wrap it up for this week as you heard earlier. I'm gonna talking to mortgage mike again in a week. You'll have some new tips. For buyers in the winnipeg market as well as i'm going to answer a listeners request yes i actually had a listener phone me. This is so cool. I think It's a lady who lives in white rich and her hosts built in the eighties. And she says it'll be a good idea to episode on what it would take update a house in eighty because there are certain things in those houses that that screamed one thousand nine hundred eighty s. If you ever go out and look at a house built like in white ridge or linden woods if they haven't been updated you can see that this is original orig-. I'm going to touch on at least three things that i think. Make a house scream. Nineteen eighty and What what you can do to modernize it going from the least costly to the most. Hopefully you'll listen you'll tune in and it's a really easy way now to subscribe as well member my link shorten or you can find me on spotify by simply going to bono's dot homes splash spotify once again bono's dot home slash spotify or you can download the app on your phone whether you have. Irs apple or android simply go bono's dot homes slash apps. Aps keep listening to next time. 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"BO Jamie mark David Van Dam and stop robbing making sense of it all having some fun this is mark Lee van Damme and robin JP Morgan maintained there's got Robbins we get through this is a country we're gonna get through this Pushin on man keep fighting and how are we going to get through this separated for each other but to gather yes yes yes well said and okay would you say it's safe to say of the three of us I'm trying to keep the most positive attitude yes yeah or okay by far not even close right at the same time we all have some fears that you know even as a person of faith words always fear not I get it okay the heroes of the Bible had feared to there was there it's okay to have it now and again and it's the fear of the unknown we don't know a lot of things and as it turns out the experts that we count on and it's not their fault I'm not saying it is but the truth is they don't know either I mean the Wall Street journal is reporting that experts believe one out of three tests given for corona virus or wrong the people that have it but it's giving them a negative but they actually do have a boy and then you hear the story about some healthy people under the age of fifty or under the age of forty for whatever reason the corona virus strikes them hard sometimes can kill them which makes the experts scratch their heads like what what is it about that person why were they affected him and another person isn't you know things as far as at risk people were elderly people but as doctor found she was on this morning on the today show and you know Savannah Guthrie asked you know why are some healthy people you know getting it and I'll just go to the answer well it no that's gonna require what we call natural history studies I mean I have been puzzled from the beginning I mean that show off the economy that said you know if you're older or if you have an underlying condition you get into trouble if you're younger than the likelihood of that is still very low which it is but it is very strange how one individual can get infected and as either mild or no symptoms and another individual could rapidly deteriorate with viral pneumonia and respiratory failure this something in mechanism whether it's genetic whether it's immune response the one thing I can say that we have to be humble I've been doing inspections diseases now for almost fifty years and I could tell you I don't fully understand exactly what the mechanism that is that we really need to figure it out because it could be completely devastating rapidly in one person an absolutely nothing in another person I like the Gander yeah I mean like you.