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"bill thompson" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Or your rent? Or if your landlord who's tenants have been unable to pay you for months with more on that. Here's real estate. Today's Bill Thompson, It's one of the largest economic rescue packages in U. S history. By passing this plane, we would have delivered real tangible results. For the American people in their families. In lobbying hard for the American rescue plan, President Joe Biden emphasized the urgency. This plan will get checks out the door starting this month to the American people so desperately need the help. Many of you are lying bed at night, staring at the ceiling one. And will I lose my job? If I haven't already? Well, I lose my insurance. Will I lose my home over 85% American households will get direct payments of $1400 per person. Now, while those direct payments maybe what's on everyone's mind? Let's look at some of the other provisions that will directly affect homeowners, renters and landlords. The National Association of Realtors pressed lawmakers and the Biden administration to include several key provisions in the legislation, which they say will help beleaguered homeowners and renters and boost real estate. For example, the bill will pour $10 billion into a homeowner assistance fund. Eligible homeowners in trouble will be able to get help, not just with their mortgage payments, but with taxes, insurance. Even Homeowner association or condo fees. Now, As for renters, millions of American families have fallen behind on their rent in some cases, many months behind. And many small so called mom and pop landlords have suffered as their tenants have been unable to pay for them. The American rescue plans sets aside more than $21 billion for rental assistance, and that's on top of the 25 billion that was included in the last relief package passed back in December. By some estimates, there's a much as 52 billion and unpaid rental dead and the census estimates. That as many in one in five adult renters are behind on at least one rent payment. Wall Street Journal reporter Will Parker seven, a journal podcast that much of that 25 billion from December has not yet made it to renters or landlords. Largely because of delays in setting up rules and guidelines and the bureaucracy necessary to disperse the money. Delays in getting into people is only making the problem worse in the sense that every month that passes that's an extra month of rent that someone may be missing. Unemployment assistance was also very high on the list of provisions that they are backed. The final legislation includes $300 a week federal unemployment benefits. Until September. Real estate professionals may also benefit from the provision that adds to the Paycheck Protection program, or P P P, and which allocates more money for small business loans. Those provisions could make it easier for employers to bring back laid off workers who in many cases are low paid workers and low wage workers. And to be renters. Another major provisions of the bill that n a R lobbied for his age for state and local governments, Wall Street Journal reporter gave, Reuben said in the journal Podcast. This plan provides quite a bit of money, $350 billion to state and local governments, municipal governments, and this is controversial because a lot of servant ivories, even moderate economists. Believe that states are actually doing better than expected. Nearly nine out of 10. American cities expect a budget shortfall this year, and on Wednesday, the day Congress gave final approval to the American rescue plan. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer had a message We Saito America Help is on the way on Capitol Hill. I'm Bill Thompson for real estate today..
Fresh update on "bill thompson" discussed on Real Estate Today
"It's a big part of real estate and bigger now than ever. As we all need a little bit of nature in this half hour. We'll talk to Scotts. Miracle Gro about making your yard look fantastic. Get outside continues right after we check in with Bill Thompson in the real estate today newsroom Hibel Hi, Steven. What will President Joe Biden's capital gains tax proposal mean for real estate? We're going to get rid of the loopholes allow Americans to make more than a million dollars a year. And pay a lower tax rate. On their capital gains and Americans who received a paycheck, But experts say that could affect some homeowners of relatively modest means when they sell their home in the red hot market. LendingTree chief economist. Tendai could feeds a told Yahoo Finance. Yeah, I think it's certainly something that might have an impact. You know, once it's initiated or once is puts it put into place, But I think for this joy, it might actually have a different impact. I've seen some analysis suggesting that if you're concerned that the capital gains tax is going to increase, then maybe you take some of your capital gains now, before the capital gains tax increases the energy our president, Charlie operas sent the White House a letter outlining any our concerns with several tax Revisions contained in the president's American families plan. Re finance boom in recent months has been fueled largely by more well to do. Borrowers will now the.
A look at Fred C. Trump's view of the world
"The pioneers important ship with Rolex when Donald Trump was announcing his candidacy for presidency. He said the American dream is dead and talked about how he was going to put America first now. Both of those phrases would certainly have been familiar to Fred. See Trump indeed so Frederick Chris trump to give him his full name. That was a family name. But it's hard not to enjoy the laugh. He who was of course. Trump's MM father now people have slightly misread. The sometimes in assumed that because Fred trump was an adult in the twenty s that he must have been trump's grandfather and in fact reviews of my book talked about Fred Trump as his grandfather. No no no the point is he's his father. We forget and I think to our peril first of all how old Donald Trump is as. He was born in Nineteen forty-six and secondly that he was the son of a much older father. So Fred See. Trump actually was a young man in this era that I'm talking about in the twenty s and so the world that he inhabited was this America. First `isolation xenophobic eugenicist world. Like Tom Buchanan Bannon. That took that stuff for granted it was a highly racist society and even the more progressive people were of course very very racist and many of their attitudes kids and Fred trump raised donald trump. You know in the forties in my view to with this worldview and basically what I'm saying the book is the apple doesn't fall Oliver far from the tree and trump has said over and over again how much he admires his father how much he adheres to his father's worldview most importantly in my live you the thing he said over and over and over again is that he is a believer in eugenics. Now trump himself never remembers the word eugenics. But that's neither here nor there. The attitudes that he's espousing he says over and over again. He's given dozens of interviews. You easy to find just Google Donald Trump and eugenics and you see him on video for twenty years thirty thirty years saying that. He's a believer in what he calls the gene theory. or He's a believer in jeans. He believes in what he thinks of as the racehorse theory of genes. which is that when you get a superior type person and you marry that superior type person to another superior type person you get superior type people that is eugenicist and that is very clearly what he believes? Leaves end in Fred. Trump's world that idea was America first and you can place for trump historically right at the heart of does indeed so in one thousand nine twenty seven it was actually just at the peak of America first political traction it was just starting to lose credibility Partly because of the way that it had been monetize so it was getting associated with corruption. Both by the clan in with a very corrupt Chicago mayor from my hometown the most corrupt city in America. A A guy called big Bill Thompson. Who was using America first to try to? It was a money making scheme. Also some things never change anyway so it was about to kind of really lose credence but at the peak of it in nineteen twenty seven in Queens which of course is where Donald trump would eventually grow up. It's where Fred trump was already living at that point and there was a memorial Oriole Day parade in May nineteen twenty seven at which the clan controversial had been permitted to March. They were given a permit now. This incident has since trump's election and been aronie ASLI described as Klan Rally and. I think it's important that we note the distinction. It was a Memorial Day parade at which the veterans were marching and the Red Cross was marching and children were marching and there were twenty thousand spectators. Not because they wanted to support the clan but because they were there for national parade but the Klan had as I say controversially been given permission mission to March in this parade as long as they weren't roped was what the police told them and it was a first amendment issue again about the right to assemble in the right to free speech. And so you can see why they said that they could. But they couldn't be hooded and gowned and some of them decided to be hooded and gown and scuffles broke out among the twenty thousand spectators. Because some actually objected to it as hate speech just as we would today some defended on the basis of freedom of speech just as people would today so these kind of scuffles broke out and it turned into a full blown riot. Twenty thousand people fighting over the clan in Queens and out of that twenty thousand six men were arrested five of whom self identified the police reports as clansmen and the sixth was Fred see trump. Now that is not proof that Fred trump was clansman and again some people have said arrests shows that he was. I don't think that does I don't think we can make quite that step. But it is remarkable to me that out of twenty thousand people the only six were arrested five of clansmen and one of them was trump. And what I do say in the book is that and I firmly believe this. Is that whatever we think Fred. Trump's reasons for being there might have been. He was not there to protest the clan and we know that because of his later record on race relations he was so racist when he started his property property development in the nineteen fifties which by the way he got from government loans. So all of these guys who you know they hate government handouts. But that's how Fred trump got his start was from a government handout and there was some kind of it is indeed it was he was hauled up before Congressional Committee to admit that he wildly overstated the cost of his loans which is in the book some might call fraud so he defrauded the government went to get handouts and then these and then his son is telling us that handouts are terrible and nobody should have handouts and out of this. He built these tenements. He built these housing projects in the New York area in Brooklyn Brooklyn and Queens and his policies for renting to tenants in these housing projects. Were so racist that Woodie Guthrie in the nineteen fifties wrote a song about how racist it was because he lived in one of them. It's called Almond trump. And it's about how racist Fred trump was and you have to be racist in the fifties to get people's attention for our racist assist. You are by one thousand nine hundred ninety three which was the year that Donald Trump took over the trump property empire from his father. They were sued by the Nixon Administration. Restauration for racial discrimination. And again you know the Nixon administration was not going out of its way to sue over racial discrimination it had to be so gratuitous for the Nixon administration to go after them and then of course in the case of Donald there are things like the central park five the five black men wrongly accused of raping a woman in Central Park. He called for the death penalty. Not with them. They were totally exonerated by DNA. He has never apologized. He has never said that he still calls it. A miscarriage of justice and it was a miscarriage of justice but not in the way that he thinks. So what I say is that although we cannot say that Fred trump was a card carrying member of the KKK. He was arrested with five of them and nothing that he ever did in the rest of his misbegotten life makes me think that he was there to argue against the clamp. Do you think a trump. Donald trump has a full understanding branding given how ignorant and he missed. His supporters appears to be an understanding of the origin of these phrases. And can they be reinterpreted in a positive way so first of all. I think that be the best way to understand. This is that it's like it's a world view that he grew up with. He's profoundly racist. We have so much evidence to see. How racist he is does? Does he know the detailed history of this. Of course not in fact historians don't know that detailed history of this Ri- wouldn't have written the book so nobody knows it but the fact that America first has these meanings meanings is definitely not lost to history and the KKK kept it alive underground. And all of these Neo Nazi groups and right wing groups kept this phrase alive and there's lots of evidence at that they would have rallies in the sixties and say it's an America first rally you can find the flyers and handbills and stuff. So there's lots of ephemeral evidence over the years that they kept this phrase alive and now they're using it on Neo Nazi message boards. It's on the daily stormer on storm. Front it's on their websites. So these guys have always used that phrase and when and David Duke who of course is the the most senior member of the KKK in America when he endorsed Donald Trump. He did so using that phrase he said he stands for what I've always stood for. He stands for America. Erica I it is a racist dog whistle and certainly trump's advisors know that Steve Bannon does read history. And Steve. Bannon doesn't know this Steve. Bannon also resuscitated facilitated a phrase called economic nationalism which he talks about all the time and most people don't realize that economic nationalism was part of the America first platform in Nineteen Nineteen and nineteen twenty and it was to keep America out of the League of nations to keep it from signing the treaty of Versailles because Europe was a cabal of overlords who wanted to create a global economy and they were going to make America a vassal state. which should sound pretty familiar? And it's not only about the ways that has shaped American political debates but of course it sounds an awful lot like the way that people talk about Brexit and as we know Bannon has been closely involved Cambridge analytica which he was on the board of has been closely involved with both of these campaigns and and his idea of economic nationalism is a hundred year old America first agenda. He did not pluck that phrase out of the air. Stephen Miller who remains trump's senior senior advisor he's the author of the policy that separating immigrant families at the southern border. He was also clearly. The author of the speech that trump gave in the oval office when he argued for his wall so he Stephen Miller also knows this stuff and the other phrase that was really associated with America. I which which I spent a lot of time explaining in the book was one hundred percent American which was another code and Stephen Miller on his high school yearbook page that he was one hundred percent American. So these guys do know these codes and I don't know that Donald Trump understands all of this history and understands how all of it intersects but he knows that it all supports his basic world view which is a eugenicist assist world view and that is the one that he learned from his father who also knew that this stuff was America first and it wouldn't surprise me at all if he had grown up in the fifties hearing his father. Talk about America. I that wouldn't surprise me one little bit. So is the American dream dead and do we revive it by putting America first in my view is that we shouldn't try it's like saying. Can we resuscitate tate. Heil Hitler will you could. But why would you want to. I want to do the opposite which is to discredited with.
How AI Impacts Children of the Future
"I think thinking once again is a strong word but I've been doing some talking about it and actually I was at a really interesting events Bill Thompson invited me to that was yesterday Monday and it's go out and radio full tomorrow panel session on Children and how they are affected by and Bill Thompson is is a technology reporter with the BBC's crack yes and he he runs a wide listen to podcast called digital planet so he put together this conference puts together via this conference at the BBC and we had a panel this year on a and how it's affecting children it's broadcast on the show called the media show Nice and was it how I is how like tools are affecting children or how children see their world being changed by were you looking at looking at the impact on the population or how the population his fee is like feeling impacted it was a sort of combination of things so we had a panel that included naira funds elk who's at the Dyson School of design engineering in imperial she's a psychologist and it was really great to meet because in the Green Room beforehand I was just connecting on so many things she's very interested in the design of these systems in how we improve the way that they interact with human uses which I think is also the future alongside the children that's if we're GONNA get a I to be working in practice we need people who are working that interface of understanding how humans interact will react from -nology and how we can improve technology to improve the quality of those actions will reactions was an long field who is the Children's Commissioner which is a senior UK government post worrying about children's issues and Hannah aiden whose documentary film okay and also I think by the paddle was being representing a younger person's point of view younger person's perspective someone who's grown up with these technologies around and influencing her as panel discussion amongst us which was opened by they often see for definition of machine learning so I gave the dissertation driven technology and that sort of pushed the conversation very quickly into being much more we're about data it was a very interesting panel discussion a lot of the points I would raise were being raised by other panel makers tonight era was talking about the challenges Wade not being able to understand the impact six of the very rapidly moving data ecosystem so this is something and I said in the show that I would call the big data power folks which is this notion that we're getting more and more data about more and more people but we seem unable to to understand society better so we always losing our understanding society so you see that in a number of as you see that in polls predicting elections that we're not managing to make accurate predictions despites measuring people in more ways or having more access to information the people you see in medicine where we're trying to stratified medical treatments apply them to individuals so I think that challenge is at the heart of our ability to judge the impact particularly on say children one of the points thinking about making it never got the chance to make his will on the positive side kids lose interest in particular social media networks so quickly the the moment all facebook's damaging and by the time we will thought we'd like became vaginal intercourse cattle kids are all going face what off how old are you may have heard immunity and they're totally an interesting what do you say daddy joe as well and Groovy cool man I learnt chick talk I think is a big thing now I really have any idea have sensible snapchat is at I tried asking by twelve year old and he said I didn't use the word lame because that words out somewhat I understood the meaning I can't reconstruct kind hung up so I think that's a really big challenge is you can't measure the impact of the very rapidly moving technologies answer to raise this point she said well the now the problem is that the tech companies on transparent so they don't WanNa share the data and then I said something that may get into trouble because everyone people were like whoa what are you say so I try to point out that might think that just being obscure but I believe that they don't understand why platforms themselves and that did freak everyone you can see the whole the panel did a sort of collective what then okay now I have like thirty second segments to try to explain the nuances of what I'd saying here because for the first time I was introduced as the deep mind professor and well well in that yet a- actually I heard today I heard someone talking about the department and they would just into my office in my office door was open and they said that's the deep mind guy so now I'm referred to by shorthand I shy back what do you mean on the talking machines purse Yes yes no deep mind guy talking machines person yes very important distinction yes okay machines person there was I'd been introduced so I was and there's some this happens if you are representing academic machine learning in a diverse panel of coming from different perspectives one of the things you'll find happening yourself which is a little bit difficult to deal with issue will be inflated with big tack because in most societal debates there's no separation and I think that's quite hard for those of us to doing academic machine learning there's no we because we have a quite distinct understanding of the and we thought about in about and think well we thought about this we have people doing fantasy we have people doing this we have reports that we wrote six years ago before you woke up to the us saying these things no one cares no basically no one cares because the main voice they here is a bunch of people have done startup companies have been doing machine learning two years and sort of sowing the seeds of a magical technology so that's the voice of the tech world so whatever you think people looking at you as a sort of nuanced listen who's been carrying about these subjects forget it all they see is there's this conflation so when I said this thing will tech companies themselves down on sand are you about what effect is but I do think it's true that the what we're deploying is so complex because we were talking about things like regulation that often comes up and naught against regulation but I just worry that some of the regulation ideas people so naive and so unlikely to deliver anything and will push push us into a point where we're doing more harm than good so so I tried to give sort of analogy while if I tried to describe why people don't understand underrun systems because the complexity in the side effects downstream affects what I should have really added is that the systems are integrated with society so well understanding the system would understand the feedback effects which I refer to as Information Dynamics Rodney Smith has a really interesting project on his he called it close Loop Machine Learning and actually near Niro was that WHO's working on this thing what is the effect of the thing you've deployed on society itself could that cause uh-huh Oscillation the Renault that happens in a closed loop system so I was trying to clarify that and then also try and say look I'm not against regularly the big tech 'cause I was also whilst what these big companies you know don't have to do something to control them with all the states and I'm instead of minds about that all on one side as I said very large companies such as Google facebook and Amazon bringing capabilities to small independent companies that they never had access beautiful so you could now you can start a little company like made in Cambridge chocolates you have to make them right and then you just you can advertise on Google and facebook you can hit a worldwide audience you can distribute on Amazon you could actually choose something you want to do that like thirty years ago you just couldn't have done and I think that's very very positive
"bill thompson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"And I'm glad you're with us today as we look down the road just over one month and help you get ready for tax time most American taxpayers file between right now and April fifteenth. But as you know, this year, the rules have changed Americans will file this year under the new tax law, which is very different. Especially for homeowners today. We'll talk to national experts about what you need to know. If you owned a home bought a home or soda home last year? Tax time is straight ahead. But first, let's go to the real estate today newsroom with Bill Thompson. Hi, stephen. If there is a second Donald Trump term as president. There will also be new secretary of housing and urban development. Dr Ben Carson said this week in an interview with Newsmax TV that he won't be back. Well, I will certainly finish up this term. And I will always be interested in America being successful. Are you not interested in a second? Trump term secretary. I would be interested in. And returning to the private sector. Because I think you have just as much influence maybe more there Carson has been HUD secretary since the beginning of the Trump administration sales of new single family homes in December rose three point seven percent. From November to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of six hundred twenty one thousand units that according to the latest numbers from the government out this week. But the December total was still two point four percent below the December twenty seventeen estimate as millennials go house hunting, this spring affordability may still be their biggest obstacle says one expert, but PWS's partner Mitchell shell also told FOX business that stabilizing mortgage interest rates will help a lot. I was very worried about where rates were headed and that could have been a bigger problem. But right now rates being where they are which is roughly the same level that they've been for the last several years bouncing around maybe by a quarter of a point. So it's really not an interest rate issue. It's really a fact that matter of you have the down payment. Do you want the home and is? There's something to buy Rochelle says moderating home price increases will also help. And he's encouraged by indications of the supply of homes for sale may finally be growing.
"bill thompson" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Bill Thompson, tidal, Stephen home values continue to rise nationwide. But at a slower pace, according to the latest SNP core logic case Schiller home price index their data show that prices increased five point two percent year over year in November October rate was five point three percent. David Blitzer is managing director at SNP. Dow Jones indices he said on Yahoo finance overall housing generally feels very weak. The sliding they've been tidings member of two thousand seventeen that's slightly over a year. Paul prices are still going up, but their way to increase is just drifting down and. It's not like it's about the collapse tomorrow morning. But there's no no impetus to keep it going. And Blitzer says he does not think it is turning into a buyer's market. Just yet largely because the inventory homes for sale is still tight patients who will be the keyword going. Forward is the Federal Reserve considers future interest rate hikes at its January meeting fed chairman Jerome Powell explained why the decision was made not to raise rates right now in light of global economic and financial developments and muted inflation pressures that committee will be patient as it determines what future judgment adjustments to the target range for the federal funds rate may be appropriate. The Fed's actions don't directly affect mortgage rates, but can influence the direction. They take new home sales took an unexpected turn upward in November. The latest figures from the government show that contracts for new single-family home sales rose almost seventeen percent from the month before and thanks to upward revisions for months. Going back to June year to date new home sales. Or two point seven percent higher than the same period in two thousand seventeen. Coming.
"bill thompson" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Newsroom with bill thompson hi bell hi stephen as the trump administration continues to pile on more tariffs sparking fears of a trade war the ceo of the national association of homebuilders worries about the impact on housing ceo jerry howard spoke to fox business the cost to construct an average size house in america has increased just by lumber costs alone by nine thousand dollars howard also says rising mortgage interest rates are not a problem yet but could be if and when they approach six percent housing starts in may rebounded sharply from april's number to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of one point three five million units that's five percent higher than april and twenty percent higher than a year ago meanwhile builder confidence fell modestly in june according to the national association of home builders wells fargo housing market index the nih be says the slip of two points was due largely to the soaring price of lumber but overall sentiment they say remains on solid footing california voters will get the chance in november to decide whether the state should be broken up into three separate states those three would be called california northern california and southern california that is if the voters approved the measure and if congress okays it venture capitalist tim draper three state proposal received more than four hundred thousand valid signatures more than enough to qualify for the ballot critics say the breakup effort would cost billions of tax dollars the federal reserve has raised shortterm interest rates again signaling the two more increases are coming later this year the fed's actions do not directly move mortgage interest rates but can have an indirect impact mortgage rates did move higher immediately following the fed's latest action coming up.
Lava Destroys 600 Homes on Hawaii's Big Island
"Deal while still being careful along the way up next how fast can you get all your possessions moved that straight ahead speed real estate is coming right up but first let's check in with bill thompson in the real estate today newsroom tie belt i stephen lava flowing from hawaii killilea volcano has destroyed dozens of homes already but the wall street journal reports that some of those homes were built in an area long known to be under a lava hazard but some homeowners may have originally been willing to overlook living in a known volcano zone for the chance to own a property on hawaii's big island one hormone quoted by the journal says he bought a studio knowing it was in an active volcano zone but he figured the lava would stay far away and in any case insurance would cover it but he's now found that his insurance won't cover much from lava damage a lava flow has now forced hundreds of residents to evacuate could rising gas prices hurt the housing market cnbc reports that while there's no specific data on how gas prices and home sales correlate gas prices.
"bill thompson" Discussed on Click
"It's all tear easy to get involved in some quite dense legal argument here i definitely we can make the specific supposing i'm running a business and i want to do the right thing i've now have legal requirements do the right thing and i'm sure and and maybe i'm worried that some of my the algorithms that are use for shortlisting candidates for instance for job applications that that might be built in biases is there anything ration does to help me as a business mitchell don full foul and inadvertently be discriminatory and my recruitment policy for instance absolutely so the declaration is really a first step in our preamble is sort of an introduction to why we're working on this issue and then we go into some kind of guiding principles on how we recommend that states and private actors can implement so good practice in order to uphold the right quality in business cases in particular there are there's a process of human rights due diligence that businesses should be taking in an in all of their work really so it it's very simple sort of three simple steps the first one is to look a certain look for the harms do an impact assessment i'm and figure out where your algorithm may be detrimental to people's rights the second would be to address that so to take steps to mitigate against bias for example and then the third step is really to be transparent about the processes that you are undertaking within your business and also in your kind of your how your algorithms are affecting the real world so we're we're asking people to be transparent or businesses to be transparent about when they're using okra items and decisionmaking bring it to the wind in bigger picture bill thompson we'll talk about offender profiling for instance in other words these algorithms are touching some really fundamental areas of life aren't they just letting people schools criminal records that kind of thing off in ways that you're not even aware of of impounded that's why the coffee transparency is so important even just knowing that machine learning system has been involved in the process whether it's your.
Lava threatens Hawaii exit routes, could spur more evacuations
"The parent company of petco is footing the bill to keep the trains running late bill thompson on wwl and al dot com activity around hawaii is mount kellaway of rams backed up officials are warning more people they may have to evacuate roughly two thousand people have already been evacuated and have been displaced for more than a week and now with three more fishers opening up over the weekend hawaii national guard major jeff hickman says there's a concern that an entire neighborhood can be cut off military likes to have to egress routes for exits out of stary situations if that role does get cut off we do start to prepare for massive accusations in case another one that gets cut off it is a dangerous situation we're trying to plan for the worst also a danger that the lava lake inside highly ma crater until away could drop below the water table which could result in a massive steam driven explosion i'm jim roope why are you here must be reason for you to be here to fight for truth and justice the american way you're going to end up fighting every elected official in this country margot kidder fans knew as lois lane in the superman movies of the seventies and eighties has died at the age of sixty nine the canadian born actress became an american citizen in two thousand five she also long battled bipolar disorder for bunch of her life checking your money a check of your money tonight the dow finished the day up sixty eight points the s and p five.
3 freed American detainees on way home from North Korea, Trump says
"Victim secretary of state mike pompeo was on his way back to the us from north korea with three american detainees president trump says they seem to be in good health two of these men were detained in the last year the first few months of president trump's administration in may two thousand seventeen and april twenty seventeen they were with pyongyang university a third man was detained in twenty fifteen accused of espionage by the north korean regime all three of them are americans of korean descent who are now on their way back to the united states correspondent abbie philip the president says he will be at joint base andrews with the vice president at two am to personally greet them the president meanwhile defending his decision to withdraw the us from the iran nuclear agreement speaking to reporters at a cabinet meeting the president said after a while he thinks the iranians will come back to the negotiating table either a really good deal for the world or we're not going to make a deal at all and iran will come back saying we don't want him to go shade and of course they're going to say that if i were there position i'd say that too for the first couple of months we're not going to negotiate but they'll negotiate or something will happen and hopefully that won't be the case the us pulling out of that deal could cost us more at the gas pump gas prices typically rise anyway for summer driving but triple is john townsend says ending the iran nuclear deal is gonna make it worse thanks iran all import it could take as many as five hundred thousand barrels off the export market and that could mean it could drive gas prices between twenty and twenty five cents higher by summer yeah we'll feel that pinch summer american families can pay as much as two hundred dollars more for gasoline than they did last summer bill thompson on wwl and wwl dot com your money.
Rockville, Montgomery County and Us discussed on Mornings On the Mall with Brian Wilson
"Thousand dollars four times four k a m a l a cumulus station wwl news at five thirty good morning i'm bill thompson there were impassioned pleas from both sides of the debate last night at a public hearing in rockville on a proposal to use taxpayer dollars in montgomery county to hire lawyers to represent immigrants facing deportation members of our community face the unthinkable being torn from their families their jobs and all that they know and forced back to a land they may have no connection to all because they are poor who are we if we let our neighbors those we love work with or go to school with be taken away just because they cannot pay for a lawyer but others argue that the proposal would send a message to the world it's okay to come to the us illegally because we'll support you once you get here seven states are suing the federal government is to try and end the daca program the lawsuit doesn't ask the federal government to remove any leeann currently covered by dhaka and doesn't ask the trump administration to rescind daca permits that have already been issued texas attorney general khin paxton is leading the coalition coalition urging the us district court for the southern district of texas to declare daca unconstitutional paxton says daca granted lawful presence and work permits to nearly one million unlawfully present aliens without congressional approval he argues that is unconstitutional i'm clayton neville arizona teachers say they'll return to the classroom tomorrow if state lawmakers passed a school funding package strike organizer rebecca garelli movement is not over and we will not stop until we get enough funding to get the schools are students desert zona teachers walked off the job last week checking your money the dow opens today at twenty four thousand ninety nine the nasdaq at seventy one thirty one sports sponsored by best fiends.
University of Virginia bars white nationalist from campus
"L a cumulus station now the nail news at four thirty i'm marie leave a university of virginia alumnus has been permanently banned from campus jason kessler unite the right rally now his alma mater is serving him with a no trespass warning the school says a number students say kessler has been threatening and harassing them and officials still believe he misled uva police about the torchlit rally last year torches art you commemorate the fallen dead of our european brothers and sisters like robert e lee like thomas jefferson kessler was recently in a disturbance at the uva law library where he may have been preparing to represent himself in the upcoming court case bill thompson on wwl and wwl dot com intelligence committee as a fishery declared the end if it's russia probe saying in its final report that it found no evidence that the trump campaign colluded with russia and the presidential campaign the president pleased with a report by the house intelligence committee republicans that russian interference should have been tortured by the obama administration and conclusion very much to mr trump's leaking a great report no collusion which i knew anyway no coordination no nothing but the new york times reports the russian lawyer brought into a trump tower our meeting with other campaign officials in june two thousand sixteen has closer ties to the kremlin then i reported top democrat on the intelligence committee adam schiff classic russian tradecraft they're not going to send a card carrying svr their cia member to me to a foreign national donald trump junior arranged the meeting because the russians promised dirt on hillary clinton bob costantini the white house federal judge in dc throwing out a civil lawsuit by president trump's former campaign chairman that sought to challenge the thority of the special counsel the in russia investigation paul manafort's attorneys had initially asked to throw out all the charges against manafort arguing that muller had exceeded is a thorny by bringing charges unrelated to russian election interference they dropped the bulk.
"bill thompson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The beltway a little cooler tomorrow with clouds early partial clouds afternoon seventy five that we could get into the mid eighties on friday with mix of clouds and sunshine i'm meteorologist ray stagich from the weather channel on wma al right now thirtysix manassas thirtysix engages berg forty three degrees in washington i'm bill thompson on one zero five point nine fm and am six thirty washington's mall wma al now washington mornings on the wall am six thirty coming up on mornings on the mall morgan right we're going to chat about mark zuckerberg testimony at seven eight oh five saga and jedi of the daily caller will be here and diamond and so two hundred us at eight thirty five this morning doc about facebook and the kabuki theater i'm bit's gonna he's been mary walter and joining us right now it's cow tom is cal good morning good morning guys he died silk i gotta listen to that they're hilarious right now you've been very prolific writer recently you had a column yesterday on six reasons president trump should not abandon syrian and then you have another column coming out today about the fbi rates let's start with yesterday's call him on syria why do you think the president should stay in syria i think he just like iraq and other places where we had pulled out precipitously we invite our enemies in this case iran and increasingly russia to come in and fill the vacuum we saw that with president obama doing a precipitous withdrawal from iraq and that resulted in in sectarian warfare and a lot of instability and the government fortunately it's returned to something resembling normal but that wasn't because the president obama's decision we saw the same thing and if ghanistan when president obama decided to unilaterally pulled troops out of there and if it wasn't for the the surge then i think you know things would be a lot worse there now you can't you can't target you can't telegraph to your enemies what you're going to do and has a unilateral pullout so you just invite you.
Trump weighing recommendation to expel Russian diplomats
"A cumulus station where washington comes to talk wwl news at seven good morning i'm bill thompson president trump is reportedly thinking about expelling more than twenty russian diplomats after a former russian spy was poisoned in the uk hide the seems to be some concern not least because this isn't just the united states that potentially about to announce expulsions of russian diplomats but other countries as well in the european union are also considering the option of expelling russian diplomats from their countries or possibly recalling their own diplomats from moscow and so what we're seeing is a concerted international rebuke on russia correspondent matthew chance adult film actress stormy daniels has broken her silence in an interview on cbs a sixty minutes about her alleged sexual affair with donald trump in two thousand six and daniels whose real name is stephanie clifford says she was threatened to keep her quiet clifford says she was personally threatened in las vegas i was in a parking lot going to a fitness class with my infant daughter and a guy walked up on me and said to me leave trump along forget the story and then he leaned around and looked at my daughter and said it's a beautiful little girl it'd be a shame if something how mature mom daniels did not file a police report about the alleged threat saying she was too afraid coen's attorney now accusing clifford of defamation and demanding a retraction in a letter immediately following the sixty minutes interview insisting cohen had absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with any such person or incident correspondent sara an air canada flight made an emergency landing at dulles international airport last night after report of smoke in the cockpit the plane was on route from toronto to reagan national airport the plane landed at dulles without incident everyone aboard got out safely no fire was found the montgomery county ny fire department is making some important changes this has will improve service for residents who call nine one one if you have an emergency starting next month every montgomery county fire response unit will also have a paramedic on board fire spokesman says the program has been in the works for.
"bill thompson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Washington comes to talk you wwl news at six good morning i'm bill thompson major commuting problem this morning in montgomery county jamie whitten in the carpet cleaning traffic center what's the latest word all right here we go to seventy bill this is where we have this major incident here in fact state troopers at the scene say looks like maybe fourteen tow trucks have been requested to seventy that has been close for about forty five minutes now south of one eighteen multi car crash we had initial reports of a car fire and a lot of debris as well so they're still unfolding a lot of these details and i'll have what you should do coming up next and traffic to manner injured but are expected to survive after yet another explosion in austin texas police in austin texas are asking people to be extra vigilant after yet another bombing this time on the side of the road pay attention to any suspicious device whether it be a package a bag a backpack anything that looks out of place and do not approach it a string of exploding packages is troubled the city since the beginning of march investigators are operating under the assumption that those explosions are linked to sunday night's bombing but they haven't confirmed anything yet i'm andrew spencer a job action starts today in prince george's county public schools as teachers are preparing to work to the rule protesting raises recently had enough to some central office employee raises the teacher sayer unjustified meanwhile rally set for tonight in apple's as teachers and their supporters will be marching for more education funding estimated fifteen hundred people are expected to march around maryland statehouse in the hopes of closing a multibillion dollar funding gap for schools and a mendelssohn is what the maryland state education association and says the issue revolves around money from the states casinos voters who voted for gaming what's going to go to increase education funding the two billion dollars that should have could have gone to increase education funding did not mendelssohn says urging the general assembly and governor hogan to pass the fixed the fund act what she says we'll get the state five hundred million dollars closer to.
H.R. McMaster, national security adviser, very likely to lose his job
"The job into a lake and swim a lap i'll be impressed we had a cat that you've walked on a leash and we'd get on the boat with us on a leash walked at a lease in love to get on the boat with us so there what's coming up on wbz well saga and jetty of the daily caller white house correspondent he's going to break down all of the drama that second place at the white house is dramatic has they're telling us and walkout fallout several lawsuits in the making seven o'clock interview a male wfan fm woodbridge wma washington one point nine fm and am six thirty w l washington a cumulus station where washington comes to talk news now male news at seven good morning i'm bill thompson the news is brought to you by kars for kids miami authorities now confirm at least six people are dead after yesterday's collapse of a pedestrian bridge federal state and local officials are all now investigating exactly what happened this investigation of course continues and rest assured it will be well investigated both by local state and federal agencies homicide detectives already on scene as our fbi ntsb an osha investigators as well correspondent rosa flores yet another change in the trump administration could be on the horizon sources say that after months of tension president trump has made the decision to fire national security advisor hr mcmaster the president now wayne potential replacements aiming to have a new adviser in place ahead of his historic meeting with north korea's dictator which could happen soon correspondent abbie philip the white house meanwhile is denying those reports that president trump is about to fire hr mcmaster press secretary sarah huckabee sanders tweeted last night quote contrary to reports they have a good working relationship and there are no changes at the nfc dc mariel bowser is promising there will be closer oversight of the city's troubled public school system in her state of the district speech last night buzzer said trust in the system quote needs to be rebuilt a man was killed last night when his car ran into the back of a stop ride on bus in rockville happened at nor beck road avery road the man was the only person in the car but at least five people on the bus were treated for nonlife threatening injuries the maryland senate has approved.
Northeast braces for 3rd major storm in less than 2 weeks
"I was in the special election this week in pennsylvania and one other thing that makes a special the president's been involved he was there saturday bitter stem winder hit a bunch of topics breaking down for it though you what happened that also tony shape you're begging me this weekend i actually was in scranton campaigning on behalf of the president's reelection campaign is what will check with you about that put up took the temperature over there and sprint and pennsylvania and elizabeth warren the big news the weekend is whether or not elizabeth warren is really going to prove it is she achieved she even close to in here coming up but wmal sixblock w at a elephant would breach wmal washington 59 fm and am six thirty w n a yell washington a cumulus station where washington comes to talk with you royal news at six good morning i'm bill thompson five people are dead after a helicopter crashed into new york city's east river last night only the pilot of the chopper survived says nypd commissioner james o'neill or a total of six people on a helicopter including the pilot the national transportation safety board will be conducting an investigation into the crash police say that helicopter was chartered for a photo shoot the northeast is bracing for its third major winter storm in two weeks several inches of snow expected in the in the next couple of days across the northeast around here all we may get today are the saving is a little rain mixed with a little snow or full forecast just ahead virginia lawmakers adjourn the 2018 session saturday without passing a budget they'll have to come back later for a special session to do that but they did get one major task accomplished.
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"The wmal weather channel forecast for it again with maybe some snow mixing it accumulating still possible west and north terribly cloudy otherwise forty four were cleared out tonight clouds early 33 suburbs colder we do with a few clouds around tomorrow with a high of forty eight i'm meteorologist ray stagich the weather channel wmal are now thirty enshrined tilley 28 in beltsville thirty six degrees in washington we'll be all right but the northeast is bracing for its third major winter storm in less than two weeks secret video wbalcom on bill thompson on 1054 nine fm and am six thirty washington's mall wmal now washington mornings on the law and am six thirty all right good morning 507 here on wbal or washington comes to tuck coming up this morning 705 joe did genevaux will be with us 735 tom bevan from real fair politics break them what's going on in the world of politics with an election this week eight five general jack keen on north korea a whole bunch more than than an eight 35 judith regan we're going to chat about that big interview finally seen finally on box the interview with oj simpson that aired last night the full tell us all about her experience talking with o j i'm vince colonna sitting alongside this morning lieutenantcolonel tony shape person that house this very bad good morning sir morning buoyed sleep in my car and get up early and be here on time it's really nice to have him eric mary will be back soon pulled let's talk about everything that happened this weekend you know it's kind of weird i kinda went to this can we woke up this morning that myself this was a relatively slow weekend nsa relatively slow despite the fact that north korea has agreed to a sit down with the president of the united states the president was having a stem winder of his speech on saturday and the white house came out with gun proposals over the weekend all of that set led me to believe a wealth still that was a relatively slow right well now i think we had a lot of problems with the riots and no things like that well i mean just the pace of the news in general throughout the trump administration has always been such that a lot of television a lot of cable news guys nowadays everything's live all.
"bill thompson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Com and bill thompson on 1051 fm and am six thirty washing contol wmal now washington mornings on the law and am six thirty good morning it's tuesday morning joining us in about an hour at 705 will be no up hollick from the weekly standard we'll discuss the meeting yesterday at the white house between president trump and prime minister benjamin netanyahu at seven fifteen philip wakeman for the washington examiner full six they'd be with us we're going gonna talk about 'em lundberg tour de force yesterday on the cable news channel at eight five craig ferguson he's a psychology professor will discuss video games the president's going to be having a meeting later this week about video games as violent and a third the connection at edel at 815 it's chuck he's on dc school drawing any 35 larry kudlow be happy to show for you i'm very walter this tolunay a good morning sam nunn the you know the name well you will in reality shifted guide yesterday dominating interviews all over television i say dominant wasn't just that they were covering him they were literally interviewing him he was everywhere he was sitting in studios he was doing phone interviews he was like donald trump was in 2016 during the campaign calling into the control rooms of msnbc to jump on the air to correct something that they said you remember that when trump would call the control room like wait a second that the leading presidential candidate just called our control room let's bring him on air well this guy was not a weeding presidential candidate he's about the opposite of that he was a kind of an aid to donald trump early in the campaign when i say early i mean 2015 was when he was fired from the trump campaign so this goes back and uh he he has been upset at times with various people inside the trump orbit to include explicitly corey lewandowski who he faulted for for his firing but also the president of the united states donald trump who in at times yesterday he was going after and this all revolves around the fact that bob moeller is has subpoenaed him to appear in front of a federal grand jury on friday related to but mahler's investigation into russian interference.
"bill thompson" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The real estate today newsroom with bill thompson idaho by stephen there have been many predictions of what effect federal tax reform will have on real estate the national association of realtors is among the many groups warning that home values and many markets will take a hit as a result of the new limits on deductibility of mortgage interest and state and local taxes digital risk cofounder and managing director geoff taylor tells fox business it's still too early to gauge whether those predictions will prove true that he says it does seem certain that there will be some serious impact a hillock across the country right now thrashings like new jersey new york arc on the west coast you know with the cap at ten thousand dollars for property tax and forced the income tax i think you're gonna see a law that the affordability factor come down a little bit and with rising interest rates it's going to be a challenge people are gonna be in a wait and see i think property prices are going to be coming down taylor points out that what's interesting to note the tom price was national you're still expected to rise by around six percent yearoveryear in 2018 new york and california may have some of the nation's hottest housing markets but the state that attracted new residents at the fastest pace in 2017 was idaho a report by atlas van lines reveals that idaho had the nation's largest percentage of inbound moves in 2017 65 percent of moves involving idaho where people moving in as opposed moving out washington and nevada are numbers two and three on the list for new arrivals atla says gil annoy west virginia and the brassica other states with the highest proportion of people leaving it wasn't a hurricane but the bomb cyclone winter storm of a week and a half ago may have been a wakeup call for many southern homeowners the storm brought rare wintry weather to georgia south carolina and florida realtycom reports that for some southern homeowners the storm was one of their first experiences with such weather at its effects on homes not necessarily designed or built to deal with it some of those homeowners faced issues that are more commonly found in the north including leaky roofs frozen pipes and even fires caused by attempts to stay warm not to mention the potential homebuyers are.
"bill thompson" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Slows down in the winter and for you that might represent a big opportunity to get in while others write it out also what area considers winter to be the absolute hottest real estate market of the year we'll take you there as our special show the winter market continues but first let's go to the real estate today newsroom with bill thompson fido place steven one of the often heard criticisms of the proposed republican tax cut plan is that it would precipitate a drop in home values especially in states like new york and california but toll brothers ceo doug yearly disagrees he tells cnbc i don't think any pain act code add proposed by either the how to the planet will have an impact on trade in california apply how still very low land is very hard to get entitled and you know our buyers out there are very at blowing and our visit has been very good over the past couple of months has been a lot of headlines have his tax reform yearly calls the gop tax bill awash saying there are pluses and minuses for homebuyers millennials are really starting to make their mark in real estate and it's costing them a lot of through analysis of mortgage origination data from optimal blue by realtycom shows that millennials are taking out the largest share of new mortgages and they're buying up the most homes in the lower priced tears but to do that the analysis finds they are also taking on a lot more debt realtor dotcoms chief economist danielle hail points out that millennials continue to face student loan debt while also starting families and buying houses at a time when.
"bill thompson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The winter weather advisory that was supposed to be in effect until seven o'clock they've canceled at just moments ago saying that the snow is starting to taper off and and in some spots that has now though been replaced with an alert for icy conditions tonight due to what has already fallen jr ross we'll have a look at the roads coming up in a couple of minutes president trump spoke at the fbi academy graduation in virginia delivering a message of support for an agency whose reputation he tweeted a couple of weeks ago was in tatters here's what mr trump said about the fbi as he left the white house to fly to the agency's academy graduation were the fbi but we're going to rebuild the fbi it'll be bigger and better than ever but it is very sad when you look at those documents and how they've done that is really really disgraceful the president referring to various reports of messages of bias against his candidacy and favoritism of hillary clinton among some of the fbi investigators last year at the academy a different tone i have so many friends at a police officers so many people in the fbi these a great great people these are really heroes bob costantini washington we're learning more about the death of a walt whitman high school student who was found in a ravine earlier this week the medical examiner's office as 17yearold nowicka sephiri died of acute alcohol intoxication complicated by drowning and hypothermia sephiri was on apart at a party on saturday night when montgomery county police arrived officer spoke with him who than the later took off on his own to the woods his body was found sunday afternoon that investigation is continuing of virginia state lawmaker wants to get rid of an old law against swearing in public delegate michael weber does is trying to remove profane swearing from its current status in virginia as a class four misdemeanor i don't think it should be a misdemeanor if you avenue they acted at least of your co in front of lethal the law predates the civil war but it's still used occasionally weber who owns and runs a cattle farm admits he sometimes let's loose occasionally them very colorful language income out but weber has had trouble before finding fellow lawmakers to helping repeal by law folks just don't wanna be thinking positively promoting in bill thompson of wmal and wmal dan car a.
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"Thirty un a yell a cumulus station all news at five thirty good morning i'm bill thompson democrat ralph north is now the governorelect of virginia i want you to know how humbled and honoured i am to have your trust to services seventy third governor other commonwealth of virginia north them defeated republican a us congrats governor rough dortha there was a hardfought race closely watched on the national level president trump tweeted last night the quote at gillespie worked hard but did not embrace me or one i stand for virginia gop chairman john whipped back meanwhile says he's still trying to determine what cost gillespie the election date if he lost the race and if we walk for the northern virginia you're trying fifty trump that you possibly can be is not a strategy that that most people would agree awaiting democrats of also on the governor's office in new jersey former goldman sachs executive phil murphy's vowing that the days of division sent an unmistakable message to the entire we are better than this joining the virginia house of delegates will be freshman democrat democrat rome who ousted longtime republican income the delegate bob marshall quarter right public policy grows roma's be first openly transgender elected state lawmaker in america she could find yourself in the majority in the virginia house of delegates democrats yesterday nearly wiped out the republicans overwhelming majority just a handful of races that are still too close to call will decide control of the house checking your.
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"Now from grudge door repair dot com the wmal weather channel forecast sunshine early on the quarrels build a stray shower thunderstorm possible later in the afternoon we will see a chance for scattered storms midwest rabies that i'd shower scattered thunderstorms overnight low mid 60s showers and scattered storms tomorrow especially early pioneers seventy jeffey no from weather channel i'm wmal right now 67 in gainesville sixty nine in damascus seventy one degrees in washington north korea is believed to be moving of icdms seat of video told you you wanna alcom i'm bill thompson on 1051 fm and am six thirty washington's paul wmal now washington mornings on the a and six thirty good morning 507 on wmal or washington comes to talk on this tuesday morning happy labor day weekend completion by debbie here jan of a joins us a 705 this morning he's a legal analyst and former us learning 735 what general jerry boy gin from the family research council going to talk to the southern poverty law center as we keep our attention on that organization nato five bridge over the washington examiner helps us welcome back congress with an assessment of what they're up to as they come back to washington dc eight fifteen bruce are from the heritage foundation to tells about the latest with north korea and then eight 35 larry kudlow joins us all ahead on morning gomaa my name's discount as alongside mary walz good morning ben sal welcome back skipper fayette united's ceo emphasize feedback so in georgia a high school teacher identified as lane orlet ski and river ridge high school in georgia i told two of her students these two kids were wearing tshirts that said the two boys tissues it's a trump make america great again i'll sense pretty routine well the teacher and.
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"The governor the channel forecast for this friday patchy fog around this morning sunshine southern clouds this afternoon may pop up a shower thunderstorm at a south breeze ninety routes ray stagich the weather channel on wlsam what else 75 in dumfries sixty four boys 75 degrees in washington traffic and weather is prompted by thorough works really australian police described the most sophisticated terror plot ever see the video wbalcom on bill thompson on 105 what i'm fm and am six thirty washington's mall wmal now washington mornings the wall and am six thirty good morning six seven a wmal were washington comes to talk on this friday morning joining us than an hour 705 will be james rosen from the fox news channel he is a very interesting story on hold on investigating security risks in our military these are immigrants who came into the military and their special program you serve you get citizenship well we may not know who they are shockingly at eight five del wilbur from the wall street journal we'll be joining us to talk about muller's grand jury probe here's empanelled to grand jeurys we'll find out more about that in eight thirty five gates grover norquist's from americans pataki funded up the vp grade that is going on that karen that is going on we beeping instead of cigarettes having a tax that we'll find out a mary walter along vince con incidents good morning good morning you mentioned del wilbur from the wall street journal the of course will be joining us at eight five and that's important because he's the guy and that's the paper that first broke the news yesterday that robert muller the special council here has in panelled a d c grand jury for his probe of russia's interference into the two thousand sixteen election the wall street journal did these irs they're saying it's quote a sign that his inquiry is growing in intensity and enter during a new phase boys her sounds like it.
"bill thompson" Discussed on WJR 760
"Today newsroom the bill thompson tie dealt by stephen for the third month in a row us housing starts fell in may to the lowest level in eight months the government says housing starts dropped five point five percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of one point nine million units many economists had expected to see an increase in home building and building permits fell four point nine percent to a pace of one point one seven million units that's the lowest level in thirteen months homebuilder confidence slipped just a little bit in june according to the latest national association of home builders wells fargo housing market index but the association's chief economist robert gates tells the wall street journal he sees a jew number as indicative of minor ups and downs the comments from builders continued indicate that low inventory condition in our markets along with ryan prices mean that conditions are positive the question of whether they can get enough workers they can get enough access to land and maybe deal with rising building material nor to make the market work deed says builders continue to see positive demand conditions as they struggle with the supply side of the market for the second time in three months the federal reserve has raised shortterm interest rates fed chair janet yellen household spending which we his particularly soft earlier this year his been supported by solid fundamentals including ongoing improvement in the jobs market in relatively high levels of consumer sentiment in wealth the fed also says it will begin cutting its holdings of bonds and other securities this year a signal of its confidence in the economy in a statement national association of realtors chief economist laurence june cautioned that the fed quote should be mindful of the lower than expected rate of inflation and the consequent low interest rates on longdated bonds like 10year treasury and 30year mortgage rates the house has passed legislation aimed at easing regulatory burdens that homebuilders' i and buyers alight continued to experience hr ten the financial choice act of 2017 will roll back some of the strict restraints imposed following the two thousand eight financial crisis in particular the bill addresses regulatory concerns for community banks according to the national association of home builders those banks are the most common source of lending for home construction in addition there providers of.
"bill thompson" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"And education for sixty years our national network of member agencies have helped millions of consumers with foreclosure prevention nfcc member agencies are approved by the us department of housing and urban development live from the next title studio this is news talk six seven kboi all have you seen other houses on the block so fast while your's doesn't today we'll tell you how you can be faster than the competition as of speed realistic roles off but i much check in with bill thompson in the real estate today newsroom hideout by stephen the trump administration has indicated that reform of governmentsponsored enterprises remains a priority what still unclear is what role the federal government would take him back in conventional home mortgages hud secretary ben carson says there is definitely a way for the government in the case of fha back mortgages for example when credit is difficult oh and the financial situation is difficult you see their proportion go way up when credit is easy and the economic market is doing well it goes down that's the appropriate function it's like an accordion it goes up and down to keep things stable tarcin spoke on cnbc new research confirmed just how important home equity used to a financially successful retirement a new report by researchers of the employee benefit research institute finds that home equity is one of the top two assets the households rely on in retirement the other being a retirement plan social four one k or ira the researchers found that among those ages twenty five to sixty four those two assets typically represent seventy eight percent of their retirement assets among those ages fifty five to sixty.