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Tiny house in wealthy Boston suburb sells for $315,000

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Tiny house in wealthy Boston suburb sells for $315,000

"Our unique tiny home in a Boston suburb have sold after about a month on the market in the Boston area is red hot real estate market it's hard to find a house that sold for less than the asking price in this case maybe it's because the home involved is only two hundred and fifty square feet the home in Newton Massachusetts is on three fifty eighths of an acre it went for three hundred fifteen thousand dollars after going on the market for almost four hundred and fifty thousand according to Coldwell banker the house built in nineteen seventy is described as a tiny studio home with a completely open living space lofted unfinished basement and a new bathroom several unusual homes in the Boston area have gone for high prices in the past several months including the famous ten foot wide skinny house sold in September for one and a quarter million dollars I'm Jennifer king

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"Oath Keeper" coordinated other militia members in riot, charges say

The Boxer Show

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

"Oath Keeper" coordinated other militia members in riot, charges say

"Militia members arrested at the camp. It'll riots planned to target the Ohio Statehouse, Donovan Crawl and Jessica Watkins were at the riots and communicating with a Virginia man about future attacks. Thomas Caldwell's a member of the extremists paramilitary group called the oath keepers. Viciously Carlson Coldwell messages on the riots Progress and said they needed to do the same thing at the local level. In Ohio. A soldier from

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"coldwell" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"coldwell" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Getting up with Jason and Alexis. This is sad. Matthew McConaughey's dad r I p a heart attack while climaxing God has gone all day without hearing Max. Do you know how traumatic that would be for your partner? Lex? That's the worst time to go. I have have you ever got like a Charlie horse? In mid thrust. It's awful. Oh, okay, There's another thing I never want to hear. Say, just let me peacefully go. I don't want to be mounting somebody and then class. No. So we have climax but spin the wheel. What's the grossest word here? Election, saying climaxes and Jason and Alexis listen, life or podcasting anytime at my talk 1071 dot com or on the my talk app. Jason and Alexis Shell podcast is presented by the Free house. So we are really thrilled that we are working with Eric Read linger a realtor with Coldwell Banker Realty and, you know, we've been working with him. You know him for years and years, but kind of just talking about him and helping him out, grow his business. About the past two months. But one of the coolest things is getting testimonials from people and we love hearing about everybody that we talked about it. It's their endorsement that these people will work with, we know are really great at what they do. We know Eric at Coldwell Banker. They have this special program that if you can't afford to do the updates on your house to get the most out of it, Coldwell Banker will pay for it. And then you would reimburse at the closed get reimbursed the closing, But this gets you so much more money in the end, right? If you're interested investment, housing and flipping houses, he could do that. He is a.

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"coldwell" Discussed on Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast

Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast

08:58 min | 1 year ago

"coldwell" Discussed on Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast

"coldwell" Discussed on Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast

Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"coldwell" Discussed on Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast

"How great are those guys. they're so fun. I kinda crazy in the best possible way afraid. And it's amazing to me to talk to them and be like from the outside from their social media just seems like their lives are privileged and everything is good and everything is great and then they talked about like that worst day experience and you can tell you it hurt like 'cause they're trying so hard and they're like oh. I didn't even realize that. I was hurting people just so rough and we're also so of course i can happen to anybody else but what i love most about meeting atmosphere like you know as a marketing person into branding. It just makes my heart explode. It doesn't matter. Like i'm so happy for good happy. And i'm happy for us because i really feel like we. We do this but like i'm happy for like a guy on the corner. Who sells hotdogs. I am super pumped when people get to be themselves and still create a living in a lie style from being themselves in their own business like that just makes my brain heart exploded. I think that's just like the greatest thing you can achieve in entrepreneurship and the guy love your story to about you went to cuba. You're really able to put the whole business down. So it's like not only did you create a business that you feel really proud in and we're putting out good product for you to step away from it and that continues going like that's really cool to lie am incredibly lucky to have an incredible team. I have people that are so good at what they're do. I'm kind of generalist. Unlike common good at doing a bunch of things. But i've managed to build a team of specialists that like your show. Good is social media. Marketing and branding. In chad is so good operations enclosed soga finances that it takes everything than i do and think of an elevator to this degree that i'm just incredibly lucky to have you guys might mercer filled with with letters of recognition. Don't go anywhere. I love you too much. It's even more.

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"coldwell" Discussed on Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast

Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"coldwell" Discussed on Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast

"You keep peeling it back. And keep killing him back. And it's like you just are very powerful at attracting the right people and i love that and those people are great and every single release agent wants to have those positive people in their lives. But let's just talk about the other side of it less time. The dark side one time has paid in archer. We had a another home stager in town that decided they were gonna write horrifically nasty reviews about every single other homes. You're in town. And i woke up in the morning and looked at my phone. They were like you know. This place is like it's a circus in here. Nobody's gonna by my house. And i and everything was dirty. I mean it was like the nastiest menaced review. And when you see somebody that mean your heart drops out So when you when you get flamed online and when you get trolled online like how do you deal with that. How does it work so tell me about that. Like what does that look like for you. in right now we want to talk about worst day ever asked like it's like Yeah it's very layered story but we had we part of our marketing for listings and mind you this Particular was my own house that we were selling part of marketing. Is we do like a neighborhood page and we talk about the neighbor what we love about the neighborhood and then part of the other side of it is that we do these blogs that kinda circumnavigate. The house in sort of put back in The property and so in some of our marketing we had used some terms and we had sort of made it fun and playful made on our side. The way that we always do it. We had talked about this neighborhood with diversity and how we loved it because we're gay and we love diversity love different cuisines and all these things and this online troll to clean shots as snippet words and then posted on racist hacked. I wrote it erases. And i would admit knowing what i know now. I was ignorant. I definitely wasn't sensitive to something that immediately afterward i did. I mean i was crying. I couldn't believe how big this man what i was. Most upset about was the fact that i was ignorant. You know central district story. I saw as i first of all. I never saw gentrification as a dirty word right this is where the ignorance lie you know to me. I thought all ships rise with the water and that's where my fundamental misunderstanding of her. What i wrote was very insensitive to the african american community. It was and i know that. Now and i would never write anything like that again. However it wasn't a stake and this was in the era of democrats liberals persecuting one another for not being pure enough. And i got into the crosshairs and i couldn't understand because i also have suffered at the hands of rape not racism but upset england via distribution privacy yet being not knowing if you're going to get did out of in capitol hill coming from bar because you're saying you're holding your mercury you don't know and have i experienced yes but still quite different than being able to go to.

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"coldwell" Discussed on Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast

Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"coldwell" Discussed on Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast

"Take it because that is what it feels like. I can't wait for this all to be done. I just wanted oriented january one. Twenty twenty one. I would hit that button. I you know my biggest question to kind of address that question even more is on the marketing person social media all the messaging and stuff work with justin and like. I'm just obsessed with the sales process. I'm obsessed with working with clients. Just because i i love the psychology of everything. So you said psychology. Like i love it. I love all that stuff i was talking about. Feels like when i first came to spain archer. I was working with a lot of the. Dmz had like better work with clients and like not get distributed in conversation that might get contentious. Like i love all that stuff and then from that we get our messaging and what our brand looks and feels like an all of that and you guys are so awesome like your partnership evolved and then you wanted to be this like single entity and then you like named yourselves get happy at home coming to north west and now being in real estate interests like seeing you guys build this really amazing brand but is so incredibly different and being able to just like really embrace lifestyle stuff your stuff like you know happy pride month and to everyone and all that stuff. How did you guys come to make those decisions to have your brand be what it is well on acta. Glad you see it that way because that is what we're trying to do it. We want a model or marketing and branding around the people that we want to work with to you know like the people that will get along with the people will accept us for who we are as and we will accept them as well. You know before this was all done. Basically the way we came up with it. I hired these amazing marketing. People marguerite eliza gal forgetting her name right now and i'm going to be sad about that But she was a branding for boeing. We would we met in tacoma late at night and that's conference room and she had printed up at that time i had. I had hundred reviews all over the internet. And i didn't know where they'd be on belau they'd be on red fan likely but you know they would be on all these various platforms and so she. She took them all. Put them on paper. You know just what they were and then we distilled them. We did a word distillation. Like what is the thing that most people say all the time about working with you you know what is the what labor had never thought about it but get happy at home came from the fact that everybody's basic tenor was the advice with amazing the hand holding through the process with amazing and it was a lot of fun. We had a lot of fun working with them. They were funny but they also you know when they had to guide or when they had to direct. We did but we did it in a way that makes them feel Like lecturing that's the thing that i find most amazing about you guys is that your brand is super silly like you. You are not afraid to play the fool which i love but at the same time you guys produce these products. That are amazing. I have no idea how you convince your clients to do ten times. The amount of work of any other agent on their homes to prepare them for market. And because you're doing that you're houses are selling this so what is in the.

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"coldwell" Discussed on Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast

Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"coldwell" Discussed on Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast

"That designed site super fun and then matt was burnt out and had to go out on his show and like two thousand many things going on and He was like well. I don't trust anybody and probably just. It was hard to find somebody to take over that he thought would do it. The we would do. Good job you know. And i kept saying like you take a trip for us to do this all because it's like if we're all on our own it can be a little bit lonely and then when you do go out of town it's not like you can. You can brighten your trip and still be working. Every every picture i have of me on vacation is me by pool on a laptop and that's i mean pretty much ten years now. The you guys are a team. Can one of you take a vacation and the other one unlike actually take a vacation can is a possible at this point. It's more possible not entire. But it's more better than i am. Because i have a problem. Really completely completely unplugging for the most part. I also feel guilty after a while. That's gonna my problem. We just hit twenty one employees. And for the first time. Since i've been with the company ten years ago i want under -cation to cuba i was there for ten days. There was no internet. There was no wi fi if there was no nothing and so for ten days. I completed that my company go came back and the company was operating better than it was before and three days later covid hit and it got to the point where we i mean it's twenty. One people is the first time that i was like i can actually let go and feel comfortable with it like that worked out so well i feel like because cove hit and it was just like what are we doing and it was just like everyone. Everyone really had to click into their jobs. And everyone had to really click into their roles and get rural. I think it's good that we did that because everyone had so much ownership over the process when it first hit. We didn't know what i was getting to know what we were and real colony each other. Like what are you. It's still interesting when you say. I mean now kogo and then i found modeling what the market dynamics are gonna look like going forward and the next year is really hard to do. How does anyone modeling anything. It's been the hardest thing for me at work right now. Is you know what are we going to expecting with all these balls in the air right now is gonna shut down again or is there something else going to happen or you know what's going to happen with the election. What's going to happen with this happened with that. Hanalei been really difficult..

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"coldwell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:56 min | 2 years ago

"coldwell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Say I want to sell my house is this the time to do it good times bad times we need a realtor well luckily for you I've got one on the line right now he's got a I'm just good like that but guy Rick cash ran with Coldwell banker joins us on the show right now our cash how are you Iraq how you doing buddy we're doing good we're doing good rikishi heard me say that there and and seriously is this a good time maybe selling my house or a wait while good question I think it's a loaded question right now it depends on the you know what market place here and right now we've got so many buyers out there at different price points to Japan but are your first time home buyer or you're a move up buyer there there's not enough inventory rocky in our market place right now and yeah you what thanks dad everyone hunkered down with everything going on HM after about three three and a half weeks ago we certainly saw that in that and are showing where they belong in that the last week to to give me an example we've reached that same amount of activity on are showing that we did last year at this point in time wow the yeah that that's very interesting let let me ask you this in terms of just an overall trend with with covert nineteen what you know one of the things you know it seems the areas where people are living on top of one another right New York City E. R. or there's more chance the rapper you see in the anything with buyers were they want to maybe get more land it more you know than they did they were maybe six months ago or something like that we see in that at all I don't think so your point you know and when you take a look at areas that are densely populated for example New York City right now their market is off by seventy percent something else right it could be an abscess that tighten it up everything as you compare to the greater Cincinnati area right now we're off by twenty percent well on it well I don't think there are people are running out to the country just think at that distance so to speak I don't I don't think that the trend we're seeing rocky okay so let me ask you request Greg cash a in as far as your viewings go are you able to do anything in person now is that all virtual how you doing that okay you know here in the last sixty days yeah our industry just like every other industry rocky we had to have it so you know technology virtual showing how your electronic media is that dad had absolutely wrapped up a lot of stuff that were pre screening or the customers looking wall is through our website and on that video thanks to their as far as the actual shooting well yeah everyone back guidelines as far as how to show the property there can be multiple showing that one one time yeah everything based out you know your mask sanitizers so you know all those precautions are being taken and play that you're physically someone's property rights were showing so many property well actually and the market places really responded well what that yeah that's very interesting Catherine join us on the show here from coal banker let me ask you I don't know you do a lot of you know really you know just residential but for the commercial real estate side with cash a lot of talk about you know businesses now everybody's working from home and you're saying while this is working out pretty good you know I don't have to have an office space I don't have to go to work and all that what what's gonna be the future of of of commercial real estate here any brick and mortar stores or shops or office is going to be around anymore yeah I think moving forward not just our business rocky the real estate business I think all the different businesses are gonna be I don't think they're all going to go back to the way we used to and all that the same time but it's probably a hybrid somewhere in between but you know you've got the retail sector you know I don't know about you but I like going into a store and actually touching feeling that I might still go out and water online in the in the offices in the pending on the opposite you know there's a lot of interaction that goes long back and forth with individuals I don't think that really goes away but does it change a little bit absolutely locked in our state in the real estate deal I think quickly we've adopted to yes we can work remotely and specially with technology today you know if your in front of the technology piece offered that platform is what the neighboring us to keep the market moving and you know having that customer service right absolutely outlook cash last question for me just so again on the commercial real estate side most of the commercial real estate buildings in my opinion there seems to be our our restaurants right right now you know restaurants in Ohio are starting to open back up but I can't imagine there's a ton of people right now ready Hey I'm ready to smack you know lay down money for this ten thousand square foot space to start this craft brewery or whatever you see in any you know limited to activity in the the new buying of of folks want to get involved in and put up a restaurant things like that I think that the navigable hospitality restaurant businesses they absolutely you pull back you know project that they were moving forward when they were ready I'm on the ground you know all of sudden they push back you see how long does it take to cycle through the our topic also if you go to like Dillard's right now I'll talk to the customer by about thirty five minutes ago she that Dillard's after a question Hey tellers pack not really but everyone you know and they're keeping the social but and and everything and I think that's also true in the restaurant business we've got different clients customers as you're talking about and yeah do they really start to open up right away you know because they're working on a limited capacity you know opening back up for it Kerry out still a viable way for a while people feel comfortable on the other hand you know what kind of business are bigger for restaurant you are now are your neighborhood restaurant are you a major change well I think that the market is segmented all right with that cash will let you go thanks so much for talking to his body eight thank you for reaching out to thank dropping ten thanks to cash from **** up sure so is he the guy did the soldier your property here I actually sort our our last house and I've known him for for a long long time but he helped us sell our last our last house before we moved into the one that we live in now so where do you live before the ponderosa I don't even know you had a house before that nothing you brought this about this place when you no no I. Asia live in and I can no month writes white oak area you know kind of where I where I grew up Roman frights in yeah we had a house I had bought a house even before I met my wife in live there and then she moved there with me and then you know whatever you know married all that and then right basically right when and I still get some crap for this but I decided to write one a good time to move it is right when our phone bill was born so we literally brought both home for like one day to her own house and then the on again this is the end of December in December twenty fifth two January first is freezing cold numb you know break free in the family in the business how is it that even have furniture all that sort of stuff but it was a it was interesting the thing that happened with this house so we moved into from Oakley in the here and there was some in I never had to be at work all day when I was doing the morning show there was one day that I had to be there pretty much all day to take care of some stuff and that was the day we remove it course yeah the bad news is she was seven months pregnant so she's trader heard these movers and figure out where to put everything and all this stuff yeah and god bless her heart she didn't go nuts but she won none none too happy that she had no you planned it this way I think it is I'd like to go to work or you don't yeah hello I'll be working at the bar down the street we check in with traffic rob what's going on from the UC health traffic center virtual visits are a timely alternative to traditional office visits and non emergency care to request a virtual visit call your UC health doctor or five one three four seven five eight thousand they've got the accident moved over to the right shoulder east bound to seventy five passed Loveland Madeira traffic is slowly recovering back toward two seventy five now they've cleared the broken down on south on seventy five at paddock traffic back to normal in that vicinity you've got a car that struck a deer eastbound seventy four near rivaled Harrison and that accident on southbound Colerain Avenue at two seventy five also report of debris in the center lane west bound to seventy five it Mosteller traffic continue slow southbound seventy five due to construction on the collector ramp from Donald's into southbound seventy five you have a back towards three or two seventy five on the eastbound side I'm rob Williams news.

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"coldwell" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"coldwell" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Was a joke about you saying she can't handle you know all the horse I don't know that anyone should be able to hand or should be handling all of the force that's made for like a like back muscle tissue yeah right yeah yeah right well that's what you put a layer yes No pants you know you don't want that on my gosh so this is from from Twitter people are buying all kinds of stuff someone city us to buy a stripper pole with their stimulus Jack someone else a baby tiger no wants to combine their stimulus checks me a by a baby tiger somebody said although one woman said she gonna buy a high end sex toy Hey he after she pays off her credit card this is very responsible you did I write that paintball equipment easy unless paintball equipment we're bird won the E. scooter yeah for remembered the last in the street it's good okay someone said they spent her cash on a warm and cozy Coldwell code well arguably an essential by might be out of season when I got home I mean here by a code in but you could use it yesterday this depends where you live I guess maybe there's good sales on coats now the it is coming back they want you to pay your bills you know obviously they want you to yeah Venditto that's the point yeah you what time to pump it back into the economy SO you know I don't know little little for the bills the stimulus little for the you know relate the economy little for the gas powered shaky thing that it's got a brazen Stratton three horse.

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"coldwell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"coldwell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Coldwell Boulevard two cars a mix it up in the center divide traffic on the tense every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Steve Ferrara news seventy three point one KF PKA breezy this evening otherwise increasing clouds tonight low forty six to fifty cloudy tomorrow a few showers high fifty four to fifty eight tomorrow night cloudy and cool some heavier showers low forty three to forty seven cool with rain Sunday high fifty five to fifty nine I'm accu weather meteorologist Bob Zimmer back news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. Sacramento's number one for breaking news traffic and weather he was ninety three point one F. B. K. president wearing a state of emergency on the toilet paper shortage today news conference at the White House in the rose garden I can't believe that it's the national emergency run out of toilet paper how will show Hey how are you happy Friday thanks for being a part of the show a Terry barber in for candle mark the voice guy your phone calls nine one six nine two one fifteen thirty one eight hundred eight three four fifteen thirty I've been just kind of saying look good just as an experiment are you having fun with those krone talker you stick it out of it or okay okay well let's do lunch Berman so I think there are going to talk or top shows in the seventies one comment so far in the corona virus nine one six engaging the audience's interest tonight nine one six nine two one fifteen thirty one eight hundred eight three four fifteen thirty listen we even have someone calling from a gold mine but first who's on hold the longest that we might waiting patiently and then we'll get to key so hang in there Mike is in woodland hello Mike.

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"coldwell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"coldwell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Team at Coldwell banker residential real estate in Sarasota Florida sure is an international real estate expert who works every day with European and Asian clients and in fact she served as the chairperson of the Sarasota association of real towards global council Patricia was also any ours president's liaison to the United Kingdom for three years Patricia is a certified international property specialist a see I PS and teaches that international course for an A. R. Patricia welcome to real estate today thank you it's nice to be back we're glad to have you back now Patricia first of all what exactly are foreign buyers looking for well I can start marking bio one finding really depends on their objectives and also the nature of the market that buying info here in Florida for in them we see a lot of people who want to be in a resort community and the value that I dear of locally the condo or something in a maintenance free community where they can come and go and enjoy the leisure time here and not have to worry about having said that though a lot of European especially for expertise when I learned of the premium and then maybe for political condos in their home country actually like the idea of owning a single family home here are being a little bit slower and the extra trying to speak out of for them so it really does depend one trend we're seeing more and more off now especially with European bias if they want walkability they don't want to drive they want to be able to come out of the home go shopping restaurant going grab a Cup of coffee they want to be in the outdoors so they weren't walking trails they want to be able to Michael but just for a mold walkable clears the in a lot of times that drives them more towards downtown white areas and again about the kids from buying a condo rather than a single family home if you have a property listed for sale and five offers come in and one of them is from an international buyer are they more competitive because often the use all cash or they just one among many well it's true though more than ninety percent of all international buyers pay cash they tend to be however very educated part of what they're going to ask the agent you know how does this property stock up against the competition we wanted it really was in some cultures that cultural in protest is to automatically make a low offer and negotiate from them so quite often at that stage though they lose if there's five other offers on the table yeah and so we have to educate them about you know I am a firm this is how you do business in your country but we're in the style of market right now this is what's happening in the market and so the roaches job is really to educate build those customers about how to win and how to put folder stroll over in that particular market at that time how do you actually find foreign buyers to show my house to what your process what we do is we pick up the ticket on this thing and we expose to a broader audience through our international network but only really isn't enough because you just the number on this thing of the many thousands of listings that people can find online so one of the things that we do is we actually go to other countries and we do property shows that from constant private shows where we work with a partner and we get their clients to come in a lesson about investing in Florida real estate other terms that public shows will be run by the policy and we ran a span and we showcased Florida all US properties to potential buyers actually going overseas to market your listings that is zing Patricia there's so much more to talk about can you come back on our next hour in this time talk about how an American can buy a property in a foreign country even the great great Patricia thanks we'll talk to you again in the next hour of realistic today Patricia tanned real tour in international sales director at the your global agents team at Coldwell banker residential real estate in Sarasota Florida coming up on real estate today a guide for Americans who want to buy their new home in old Mexico we sell dreams and we sell lifestyle in.

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"coldwell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

10:44 min | 3 years ago

"coldwell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Radical group and Coldwell banker has brought us closer together so this list on the radio every night talk to each other Jane talking with Bradley J. WBZ newsradio ten thirties before TV's on here usually when I'm not here they have news channels on there but I'm here I watching baseball highlights and airplane raises and girls basketball during the breaks give me a reason let's talk to Stephen Weymouth Hey Steve good Morgan are you doing I'm doing well how are you got a couple questions for you when you were young man up in southern New Hampshire I take it yes Sir three FM I assume you listen RKO interview on the axe now you you didn't get on I don't think maybe RKO it was juicy Brucie Bradley on RKO are so you can get are you will get but you did work within four hundred BC and correct no I did not are you weren't there during his tenure I didn't think the kids were was at WBCN are you I read this year near to the station for awhile maybe that's true and no I was not there yet you may be right I was not there during that time sorry yeah you have a show called out the night train sounds familiar I know I take it back I do believe I will listen to RKO when I was a kid like a really small kid and I also for some reason we got P. L. J. a pair and Barbara that and that there was a local station in Dover New Hampshire and rock there was also a local station in Rochester that we listened to my mother used to listen to thanks Sunday morning polka party on the Dover station they're all gone now how all those old all those little now I don't know why I actually don't know one of them might still be going so why do you ask old age or no because I don't know for some reason I would I was remembering up three FM we Silistra couple stations on the south shore here in mass in the seventies W. C. A. S. and W. and I NG yet on a new okay they were really eclectic stations they play top no top forty no not that that was what even though it's an A. M. station they were like I don't know good just great great content like I said that that was you know FM it already couple come along but there was still hanging in there but they did last year also you're right about gets very he went on to become the general manager for a while right right which is weird because I never knew that you know and I was a PCM was very again by teens obviously but I never got the connection because like I said I could use a staple and now my childhood he he was he was the general manager in nineteen seventy I guess it was controversial at the time yeah I believe I do believe what else let's see I was wondering are you talking about retirement I'm gonna I'm gonna end up retiring the next year to be up where I work is going to be closing down but you're the green initiative and do it just the age of the power plant when you work so I work at the Anderson plant in Everett okay the old mystic seven yeah going off line she's going off line six hundred gallons a minute a black the black stuff we burn wow generate electricity that's a lot of oil so where is this right across because she also that that's that that one is closing down I didn't realize we're going to do with that land I don't know but we we heard a rumor that Steve Wynn wants to paint the building you want to paint a mural on it nothing is gigantic what is are you I guess he said I think that's an eyesore for the people in the casino so this this plan and and until it shut down is to paint some kind of a parked car so ask yeah neural on I'm I wouldn't be surprised well that is huge that's a big area and that's go completely change that neighborhood yes neighborhood if you call in the neighborhood kind of industrial what it's just the way things are going with the renewable energy source the bomb you what you want to keep the old the deal you know I'm in the sweet spot I mean I I feel bad for the young men with families that work there that are going to be on the street but all I'm going to be hitting the brakes and trying retirement hope and I like it do you think we should keep the the technology to keep jobs well the thing about seven is not only because of poor natural gas it burns black oil so I so the women kinda like sick for that cool fuel capability because if anything ever happened to the gas supply you have our billions and billions of millions account the black oil on site so you could still produce power so it's a nice it's a nice back up to have in your pocket so what you gonna do with your life I don't know I I got a little place down in South Carolina but then this sheet this is why I could never live down there in the summer I'd have to be some kind of a Snowbird trying to it on the cheap how did you get a place in Carolina how do I end up down there yeah good good friend of mine I used to sail with bought a place down there and I used to visit him play golf kind of like the area well if the idea of retiring on a golf course you know what I don't know but we'll talk a little bit so to speak how long have you had it or if you had a chance are two thousand twelve I first this is about as you get that cheap spirit flight down there yeah alliance you can you can leave on Saturday morning and come back Monday night you know this is the ticket just super early flight so what did you get a good deal yeah I got in at a good time yeah yeah the market was a little depressed I I I think I got together for the value was stopped short and I easy in the rural as in this in this still it's like ten miles south of myrtle beach in a little town called Murrells inlet on the water it's not on the beach now I'm a mile back from the beach thank god one or are you it's called world in let it's still on the Atlantic now how would you get like a one bedroom apartment kind of place no I have like a three bedroom two and a half baths on the coldest sack on the golf course on the tenth on the tenth hole so you have this this little ace in the hole you could sell yeah if I had to like I have a place up here to which a white elephant and I'm gonna have to unload at some point what makes a white elephant ask well was built in eighteen ninety seven it's an old New England area now where is it anyway that's nice it seems I bet you have no problem get rid of that right no I thank you know depending on what happens if the bubble pops out on it's a good spot location lights he also really liked it I really like that a place up north and this remote owning a gold farm I don't know why I like to dream a goat farm I love goats you love goats are there also I don't I don't have much interaction with so why how did you come to what a good phone if you don't have it well when my daughter was little she she's on one was minister John key so I would check for around an hour doc doc you operate and a lot of the minute you got your operations had goes also and I realize that the demographic is changing the end is going to be a huge market for a coke he has a lot of us all that coming over from different countries that staple of their diet so I had a ticket like wow you know this might be a way to go it could have a farm up north like that I could probably even employs some of these are immigrants that no go and you know I could be like the benevolent overlord and just you know you you guys run the farm and you'll have a great job at a place to live and then you'll be up on the hill at the plantation albeit with I'll be like listen well to your knowledge okay Tatian half or something yeah well you have really cool dreams man how far up by her again how far up north would you do you imagine this I don't know spike promotes priced out taxes and Ramona nuts yes New Hampshire similar who probably have to be main yeah we have been school may you know not not on the coach but close enough that I could get over and you know look at the ocean every now and then Steve thanks for the shout I really appreciate you checking hands that's excellent call goat farmer I guess I'm into that WBZ CBS news update the first night of the second twenty twenty democratic presidential debate had Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders offering a defense of their progress of policies they're more moderate rivals criticize their proposals as politically unsustainable but there was general message on the trade stages see on CNN the reason we all go to the feed trough.

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Realogy Joins Forces with Amazon to Sweeten Real Estate Deals

Business Wars Daily

06:03 min | 3 years ago

Realogy Joins Forces with Amazon to Sweeten Real Estate Deals

"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney Bowes. Try It free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale. When you visit http the DOT com slash B W daily <music> from one? I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily happy Monday friends a couple of weeks ago. My family moved to a new house is our dream home. We'd ided for a long time and when it came on the market we jumped. Jumped at the chance to buy it. We did our real estate transaction. The old fashioned way our agent worked with their Asian each of us paid our portion of the customary fees and we'll do it all over again when our old house cells to most of us on the outside of the residential real estate business. It probably looks like that industry hasn't changed in decades <hes> but we are wrong. Real estate brokerages are in turmoil up ended by what else the Internet there are new online ways to buy and sell houses in new ish ways for real estate agents to get valuable leads and that's affecting the ability for traditional realtors to make money which leads me to last week's news which caused a big stir in the real estate industry realty conglomerate that owns brokerages bridges like century twenty one coldwell banker in Sotheby's is launching a new partnership with Amazon called Turnkey through a turn key portal on Amazon. You'll search for a house in putting some specifics about your dream home. Amazon will then provide. Provide you with a choice of realty real estate agents in your area. If you use one of those agents to buy a house well Amazon promises to give you products and services worth up to five thousand dollars the program rolls out I in just fifteen real estate state markets and hardly everyone will qualify for the full five thousand dollars to get that you'd have to buy a house for seven hundred thousand dollars or more still what you'll get if you go for it Amazon home services like unpacking thing in painting and smart home products like the ring doorbell installed by Amazon of course realty will pay for the Amazon gifts from its commissions. Some analysts say the deal is a big win for realty which has been struggling its stock price jumped twenty five percent on the news but others see it as a desperate ploy real. G's market valuation is down to six hundred million dollars from a high of more than seven billion only six years ago according to The Wall Street Journal the Forces buffeting Real G. R.. Many the luxury housing market the company's primary targets slowed last year at the same time. It's brokerages are keeping a smaller percentage of agent commissions in case you don't know how that works. Brokerages have traditionally found leads for their agents and split commissions with them but more and more agents are finding their own leads through zillow meaning realty takes less of the commission so real. G. NEEDS A new way to provide leads to agents one that circumvents zillow so you might think that Zillow is real. G's biggest problem once again you'd be wrong. Realty has at least two other big problems. One is upstart online competitors called I. buyers like open door and knock which promised promised to buy or sell your house for you without an agent keeping commissions down but even more challenging to realty and two other big brokerages is a six year old Silicon Valley Company called compass. It's been luring veteran real estate agents away from competitors. Hitters by promising wapping commissions in some cases taking nothing themselves for the first several transactions now compass is funded by investors including Softbank and it's valued at more than four billion dollars a washing cash. It's been acquiring brokerages at a rapid rate furthermore. It's executives admitted recently that they haven't yet formulated a plan to actually turn a profit but compass does intend to go public that no profit but go public formula sounds a a lot like what was happening before the Internet bubble burst in the early two thousands remember but in the meantime compasses making misery for Realty Realty recently sued compass alleging the company stole company secrets and persuaded agents to violate violate non compete agreements among other things realty denies the claims what we know of the real estate industry may look entirely different within a year or two no. You won't be able to buy a house on Amazon at least not yet but. When Amazon enters the picture will you know things are changing and fast from wondering this is business awards daily? I'm David Brown happily ensconced in my new house still in Austin. Hey tell us a little something about you. Would you go to wondering dot Com. Slash survey answer a couple of quick questions. Thanks so much we'll see this episode is brought to you by central online from Pitney Bowes Shipping and mailing from your desk has never ever been simpler than with Sunpro online from Pitney bowes with simple online is just click sand and save for as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars. Ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats and packages.

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"coldwell" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

08:19 min | 3 years ago

"coldwell" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Contact me Denise Nagel Coldwell banker in beautiful Burlingame California on the hill with a left coming right at you by the blue and bill Laskey on KNBR six eight weeks sports leader welcome back to Carl the fog days as it's pretty foggy out but don't get a rewrite is your mail a hot is daisy in northern California in the East Bay it's going to be hot Fairfield Sacramento gonna do to be about a hundred and five at seven o'clock John my weather she yeah I know I he he I've I lived in Arizona that I would enjoy it but I live in northern California I like a long sleeve shirt on a like a jacket on a nine seventy five so yeah exactly right play a little golf yesterday it's Silverados beautiful all the clubs out which I found them if that's another story all right we're honoring women and women in sports today as we start our show off at nine thirty with K. cockerel wi caller Danny Dan's wife Danny Dan of course works for the giants and then we're gonna go with Amy G. Amy good years his next Jessica Kleinschmidt she works for the ETS and the giants and works with NBC and then lower brit who covers the forty Niners going to be the the new host of the pre and post game one of course Kelly Johnson who's the pre and post hostess with us sign up for the San Francisco Giants and we finish it with her now Brooks moon of course we all know right now the PA announcer go voice from the San Francisco Giants but some of the other people that we are talking about and vied and I kind of wrote some names down of course Bonnie Jill laughed when who works here were I'm came BR the writer for mac show Mindy Bach who's been with us forever and now she's working for oracle yeah found Smith another one yeah yeah she does she down in San Jose and of course Kate Scott Hey god pac twelve Andre and McConnell she works sports yeah care of Berkshire Hathaway warriors all right quick right Kate Longworth down in Arizona yeah Treece of the doll she works at the ballpark and also an NBC and then we just kind of threw some names here or Maria Josh Seto yes I'm Sinto I might be saying that wrong you might be Megan brown they all the do the giants PR stuff in the media and then we have Stacy slaughter he's an executive and then you know some of the great writers that are here Joan Ryan number one in my family Killian's sure and killing shoes a saucer won awards Janie McCauley in one of the new people that I like to talk to is a Julie Parker you see you're up in the press box is a writer and you know just some great people that we have come across deter page also for a is your is your word for it with their loans with it with the Oakland ETS sh she's been there for awhile there's some really quality people blew my sister Annette blue and Caroline burns yeah she's over there he was well I'm sure we've missed a couple but some of the great people that we have been in touch with over the years I have had some interactions with and the six women we have on today all the good friends of ours and they've they've done so many good things in northern California beyond and just from charities to do different things speaking out you got to give a tip of the cap to these women who again in a predominately male dominated business or industry and they've broken that glass ceiling men and yeah no no doubt about it it's a different call in and as male athletes I mean that was something that came across the US in our days when they finally let females in the locker room and there was some players that didn't like that there are some players are really some push back there was some players wives who were upset too though that's true and some of the men did some things and it was just like come on you know you how do you have an opportunity be professional and some of the women were talking to today had to go through that yeah so but today is a day we honor room and a great day and the giants are winning so we do want a great game last eleven innings a one two to one and just some of the things that happen yes or some great defense we've got talk about that some fantastic defense yes very poll are in the ninth bottom of the ninth inning overhead catch all the way to the wall Solano with a line drive up the middle the kind of backstabbing down the first base line kinda chorale that over his shoulder crawl with the last double play that's Smith kind of threw him low but he never really took a step it was just more of a flick the first I get out I will play it again wiped out you got out of the way but as you know why do we always talk about it's bull pen and defense area and that right now that's what's happening making these road giants winners and I got to refer back to my may is the king of match ups yeah and they honored him yesterday yeah will I thought was nice Albers pochi is honored by the San Diego Padres and watching the video you know I remember and you remember I'm facing him when he was in the Padres had moved the big stash yeah yeah yeah face of Bruce in his head you know the big they'll make all your helmet on a minute and I'll never forget I think was Flanner somebody tell me that he got a game winning hit they took his his catcher's helmet and they put ice in a literally have six pack in the helmet that the helmet literally Bago us so those good stuff but I'm I'm glad the Padres reached out to honor him he has some great years downers a player as well as a manager yeah I think he still lives in that area and of course I got to the playoffs they lost to Detroit finer and a very good of the series sure but you know we'll just see what happens and I'm sure there's gonna be more down the road but you know it's kind of strange and we're not even in August and the Padres go to San Diego once they play Sunday they're done for the year in sandy out looking at the schedule and then begin a I'm up here but they don't play anymore in San Diego and in the three games in Colorado next weekend those are the last three games in Colorado too so you're talking what color division in September on the play the Dodgers in LA yeah play Kerr yet play errors there in San Francisco after those six games writer they're all playing here they still play on but they don't go to Colorado money and they don't go to San Diego anymore which is kind of strange well but to schedule was strange yeah yeah now playing fourth of July now playing yes yes exactly hi this question a fourth of July how could you not play professional baseball for they'll have that that's a big day and you and I always talk apple pie Chevrolet in baseball there it is on and the and the fireworks and all that stuff and people were in a red white and blue outfits and they always have the red white blue hats yeah that's pretty cool so today I mean the big game I I the thing to do one of the bigger game Sean Anderson house the throat of a starts at five forty from here right here for thirty pregame show first pitch five forty big one shown Anderson he's got to go out there and deal today bullpens okay I mean they use Maratha Dyson watchin lance and Smith they all through one inning but I'm a session time through the line up you mention that US that's where he was serving as he yeah and some margin just a great game last night he was dialed and so all right we're gonna take a quick break here and start to show honoring women in sports our first guest is K. cockerel daily Dan's wife course color K. Dan but will caller kit cockerel today she's on the LPGA tour as one of the analysts and we're going to bring her on first as we continue on KNBR the sports leader you are listening to on.

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"coldwell" Discussed on Deadly Discussions

Deadly Discussions

09:45 min | 3 years ago

"coldwell" Discussed on Deadly Discussions

"Like, look I didn't fulfill my sporting ambitions are on just gonna work at Coldwell can live in my town. You know, it's like there's so much more, but unity, if your average person in Australia, you being cold to manage the land, you know, that's why we will hear those thousands of years itsel calling to look off the country. So there's always going to be a for you to stand up and take your place. And and you know, but that goes back to I think what use by about, as sometimes hot leave country. You've done it. Geniza Donat, and I've done, but we'll eventually end up back there. But we've got it. We've got to gather all these information all the skills knowledge is together to go back down. Better community and without doing that, that flow because you represent your community sign on mcken I'm never you always connecting back to their, but I think a lot of mob, and sometimes moving community, pull you back in just come work come wet for the cow up and stuff. And especially a lot of regional Victoria, working a lot of recruitment Melvin the funches of fellas original Victorian, these young combination and I sort of staff about when I do come at and I do a great job. Like, I, I'm glad I did this. But, you know that GOP to ship every couple of weekends like. It's back. They've got money that can take people out by the whole sort of that. First step of letting go, it is. And that's the whole of that separation. So the off because we are a big big country. Sometimes you got to move, but the flow in effect. And I've seen it from people that are faint successful is, is being phenomenal. Yeah. And I think I keep talking to that kid away chamber of what I'm saying, we need a Melvin Redford for us to all be together. And so people can come from, you know, juror and either they can stay they've got a month accommodation. Help try to find some work will start the business up and running in because this is the best place for. Hey, hey. Hey ski because he can go down to pretty much any government department in the vicinity in the city there and, and do business with them. We're I'm pretty quickly. So I'll go into you've actually started a business. Yes. Never thought I would. And I never thought when you said, it's the first time I thought you said far strain and I said, what are you doing here, working if you own a far straight? But I was wrong. It's actually Florus. Yes. Flora. Come about a we sort of had the idea about a year and a half ago when my ex boss, who's on the Victorian. Average economic bode said look this florist in your, your wife's just become a floor, drain the floor Sobat threes. Took it up. Did the whole university thing wasn't for her went into choas? In a month in doing a floor to coast teacher said, I'm sorry. But have you done this before his your way, head of renounced? But she was an artist matching and stuff. And she'd love passion, and flowers, yen gardening from mother and grandma saw she done that, for awhile while slowly picking up hoagies, and she's done a number of weddings, working a couple of different florist. And I sorta suggested look you know what we partner often being an aboriginal which stood florist, and she said, I said, from what person's sex shoot didn't it didn't think comfortable with how from the perspective of I'm taking from community. I'm taking an opportunity from south and I said, look, no there's no one else in the game. And that PA but there's no on that a looking to do what we wanna do is. And is that, you know that flowing affect ones where I don't talk about that in a minute, but she sort of didn't comfortable with it. But once we sort of went through the process and started getting a whole business established getting logo and name ought to get my beverage analogy of sort of essentially a. Real black fella. Thank you. But it was that whole process of, of getting that done and once we're stablest now. Jira. Havi from Kevin. Yeah. And then a gummy made up. She is the first one to sort of said you getting it done. I'm going to pecul- you to do down next. Ten made ups you some money and we said, Akai, we've got to do it. So we've been doing those made ups in the flow on effect from from her getting exposed. There has been huge. We've had a number of changes to do stuff are. And a couple of other organizations. But the Florida factory did our biggest ones tonight, it's been urine boy, so we did the, the black Mark there, which was great. We sold out. We didn't know we sort of said, and how much we willing to lose in flowers and we, we sell it out. And so we have the cost and we did, I think five or six different events. Fahim a-hole. They did blackout there with us, public spices may help create some spices was as the flow in effect for us to grow as a business with slowly getting there. We don't want to a bigger contracts. But I think for us what would love to do that on the track months, where sustainable businesses is give back to community, and my wife and YoM. I've got a background in use work, and my wife wanted to really do therapy, or do some sort of social work, but she's too much of a sponge. Yeah. Yeah. She was she would take things home and mal on them. But we would really love to do things like flower Cran workshops all the time making workshop, so average women and crosses because flowers Sarkar being, and I think. Go back to her again. We've got a really good, she's going really tad line flowers of the best part of everything that best parts of hallows are the best parts of goodbyes of the best parts of surprises. So using that connection when you work with files it's calming connection to land for fabric people's huge. So doing that sort of workshops from women in crosses should we would love to do if we can do it forward option months, where it gets sign of a way fellows for communities when the half you knows we can turn to Rafe affray actually have some real instead of some fight on stick with a lot of night of. Yes. Taught into industry. We're sort of done a lot of research. They're on. There are a lot of ninety flowers. We'll call them cut flowers. So one Jim Burke, is this that many there are sociable, especially Victoria from what I know of one flower grow in Horsham wine. And there was a. Yes, I, there was a nursery. I was one, but the cop flowers Lincoln. Yeah. Cut flowers on as much that Iran, but you cheese. You've got your gum, and that sort of stuff. So we are doing a lot of ninety bouquets and they lost, which a lot of people got two months ago, the native plants. My wife always puts them in a fierce. Now. They interests like the smell like, you know, it wasn't a single. I never had flowers in my house. A single guy was sharing go is would no one had flowers that I'm married and she would bring flowers cuts from the God and just put them inside. And you just like, yeah, no. It doesn't it's going to be for a week and a half or whatever. But it does something to the atmosphere. Then you saw researching like all the ROY Moore is a smells and what the effects doesn't chemical which is incredible. So we're pretty much out of time. So let's finish out with where Ye five to ten years, where am I time Floris how you all over strata? Well, we would love to credit industry of aboriginal florist, if we get to a sustainable point, where we take on trying as an apprentice. That's my background love that all we get another person that's competing against us. Great. We've started in the industry love to get that pop. But I think Mark pashas laws with with help them back to commune Dodd love. Oh I had a passion for sport. I've always had a passion for. Authentification of, of mob and supporting them I think there's a huge gap in the market. And I know the indigenous I fell plays association had dizzy, der kit and not MLB there. I looking at that post career for fellows, but also, I think a perfect example is when Gary, but was piling up in Gold Coast, every play Danny Mel when he got sign an extra couple of days to say family when follows applying down, Melvin from omland from wwl that sort of stuff when I got a w I dare a nap, why don't they get a couple of days with family connection to, to comeback community, huge. We lost. Gripe follows Liam Jarrah because he's you know he was twenty three twenty four and he was already now. Dern ease mobbing in Alice, they sort of things I don't think they realized the kinship system. Saw an IRA fell. We've got usually ex pliers at clubs. They're not Skype. But I think having south from that outside perspective as well as huge I don't know if I wanna be a Playa manager or a talent manager, but I think that's why I'm passionate. And then but I think. Down the track. I'm open. I'm the type of person that says he'd like you say you need to speak by flying, which is a fun talking into some a little fell boys of dinner, whenever catch up with them. Some of them it's about well life off the football. And I'll just guy where for the club, but then some of the messiah heard about Disney business at about the spice to meet a Mario Johnson punishing connect, you sort of walking around gone on. I want to invest in something about I've done. Well, I said, well, you got really fully passionate. You don't just go that looks like a good idea. So I'll do it. Because like with you'll, you'll wife like you know, they just thought she's been doing hunting for years, because there's passion there's going to be connection there for some not just because it's an opportunity and, yes, I like what you're saying. It's it makes perfect sense. Well, let's wrap it up there. Thank you so much. That's a longest podcast though, I didn't expect this would happen when you having fun. That's right. Yeah. I was like, ROY, he's a pretty quiet. But now. That's been false much. Thanks for coming all night. We'll look forward to get you on the future and catch up with how the forestry businesses going public service, if you still is. That's right. Raji chat. So awesome. Thanks. Thanks..

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"coldwell" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:20 min | 3 years ago

"coldwell" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Tour with Coldwell Banker elite in Fredericksburg Virginia. Drew was the two thousand eighteen chair of the young professionals network at N A R, and he's currently serving as the two thousand nineteen president of the Fredericksburg area association of realtors. Drew welcome to real estate today me so drew has business in Fredericksburg spring market started early this year, it's going really well. We're seeing multiple authors situations were seeing more things at the market. But we still do have an ended Tori issue here with kind of low but doing well down here. That's good to know. So drew if you're sitting down at the closing table, representing the person buying the property. What are you looking for in all those documents? Usually, I'm starting with million. Sure that taxes look correct in those paraded explained by clients exactly what that means. And that's a really good point, drew because after all your client should start paying taxes on the property the day, they own it. But not before. A lot of times. People don't understand that you know, pointing that out. It's just helpful just to make sure they know what they're getting into. And then making sure that if they have paid anything with the lender that those numbers are being put back on at something they need to pay. But making sure about is pointed out, that's a really good point. Also, I gotta tell you. Because for instance, if your client has written a five hundred dollar check for the appraisal. And then you see there being built again in the closing documents. That's something to watch out for exactly right. Okay. Drew? So what if your buyer client has purchased a condominium are there extra fees there that you're on the lookout for? Yes. With condo few or HOA fees. Making sure that those are correct. And explain to the client that HR, fees and condo. They're going to be collected like other taxes will that they will be paid for by them outside of the closing from closing forward. Interesting and. Now, let's go to the other side of the settlement table if you are representing the seller. And you've got the documents in front of you, what are you looking for in that scenario, so with the seller, usually if there is a payoff that they are getting making sure that that number is, correct. And making sure the sellers see that. And then if they are going to be walking away with any sort of money, making sure that whatever I have a seller. I have a net sheet that I do from the beginning, and you know, out everything so they can see what their costs are going to be checking that with the closing disclosure to make sure that those numbers look similar, and what they think they're going to walk away with what they're walking away with. And it's interesting because I imagine that most of the people selling go onto by another place right away. Correct. Yes. Interesting. And so looking at both sides for a moment. Do you usually have a completely clean? Settlement or do you usually find that something in all that paperwork is wrong? Usually I have cleaned settlements. I mean, we've all had one or two where you catch something at the table and make sure that those corrected, but making sure that we get those documents and the sellers and buyers are looking over and making sure that you have your team of your closing attorney your lender and myself, and then the buyers those keeping their eyes on it. Usually by the time, we get to the table clean. We're ready to go. You understand that using the new closing disclosure rules from the consumer financial protection bureau. I know that many things can be resolved right there at the table. But some things especially if it concerns the loan it self might require a three day delay has ever happened to you. It has happened. Again. We try to stay on top of everything, but it did happen and closing was delayed for three days. I had the cellar that point not the buyer, but I'm in has happened, and we just rolled with it. And understood those were the laws and we had to go forward with that. I see and finally drew a question about your clients who are selling their properties have any of them ever forgotten to bring the keys to the closing. Actually. Yes, I had one where I, you know, call beforehand, make sure you have accused you of your ID, and we got there, and they're like, oh, no we were not doing the clothing together. But I called the other agent. I was like we don't have on us. But we're gonna go get them. So I did a little quick driving around. But you know, it's usually the last thing that they're thinking about at that point. But it has happened. That's wonderful. We'll drew I really appreciate you coming on the show today. Talking about how a real chore represents his or her clients best interests at the closing table. Thank you. You're very welcome. Drew fist. Oh, real tour with code well banker elite in Fredericksburg Virginia the two thousand eighteen chair of any ours young professionals network and currently the president of the Fredericksburg area association of realtors..

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"coldwell" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

06:49 min | 3 years ago

"coldwell" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Morning. If not why not. Best segments. Monologues are up there. Video audio latest analyses things we like articles. I think you should be reading by others such as Victor Davis Hanson, Chris boss, cook enough, friends example, we're going to post that incredible interview with Coldwell about jussie smollet, and what he thinks as a son of Chicago update. Remember, we had Kristina Wong. Pentagon correspondent Breitbart in the studio two weeks ago to talk about this scandal at full brag with green berets the lowering of standards and the two star general who was. Attacking attacking the contrary that and punishing them for talking out. Well, his an update from Kristina Wong herself. Exclusive Senator Thom Tillis will investigate the allegations of retaliation against the green berets so Major General cut zone tank. Who is the commanding general of the special wolf at center and school at full? Brag Swick will be investigated by the Republican North Carolina. I guess we'll brag his in his mandate. So he will be investigated by Thom Tillis of the Senate. It's not just a flash in the pan story. One of one of the people involved wrote anonymous Email six thousand four hundred words long about what that general has been doing. We have to get to the bottom of it. Whether these stories these allegations true. Let's go straight to your calls. Eight three three three three Golkar. That's eight three three three three full six seven five two. Let's go to align to Patrick San Antonio, Texas. Welcome to America. First. Thank you for appreciate your show. And appreciate you. I am a twenty seven year retired of it. Nited states navy states army, and I appreciate the show. I want to share your earlier what you when you when you this clip out put the clip out what the president and different actors, whatever I had over because I was driving that brings tears my heart because, you know, Philadelphia originally, America's a great nation. You know, we are truly the beacon of freedom. I've been all over the world. I've been a place that that you don't wanna go. But you know, what I did it because I love my nation. And I love my country wanna say one thing. God bless United States of America. God bless Donald Trump. I just wanna tell you, man. You know, there is a back number pollution every word. There was a Frenchman. That said, you know, they have to weigh went back back brass America was so good. I mean, why would America is? So, you know, why America with pasta and everything and he said because America's good when America seems to be good. Then America will fail. And that means, you know, we live what we believe our morals are biblical values. Our forefathers that's what it's about. God bless the constitution. God bless your show. And thank you for what you're doing. What you're bringing to light? God bless you. And we salute you hear America first, you'll service, and please stay on the line. And you will get a signed copy of my book why we fight. I have to ask you something Patrick putting back on Patrick. Hey you. Not on. The question. Hello. Patrick, Patrick you there. Yes, sir. I'm always so curious about this. When one member of our armed services two services. How does that end up? You how does that end up with you? What do you feel about the two services off your time in do you rank them do you have equal for both? I love both. Because I love what I was doing. I was just in the wrong assignment. At the time. Basically, I didn't like the job I was doing. But I learned a lot from my peers at that time in the army. I went out of high school video army and then after I got out of year back on the streets doing the same thing. And I joined the navy, and I tell you what the values I learnt, and what I learned about the United States of America, and our constitution from you know, from from my leaders, you know, from from the ad while I apple narrow I was in aid. It is amazing. It's an education never be able to get in school. Now, I go to school. But I'm just telling you that. Yeah. I love both services. I love all my brothers and sisters. Now, we serve a lot. Join you know, what I was gonna fan. When I was in Iraq. I was with all the services. So yeah, God bless you. And thank you for your call. And thank kind comments on the Roy's intro sound to this show, which we we love. Let's go to line five rate, Livermore, California. Welcome to America. First doctor Jeep the website. I get the daily report in my Email box. Great. I was. Yeah. I was at Fort Benning in the nineteen eighties at the airborne school. They're the premier airborne school in the world and the same kind of problems, we're happy there many were upset that the standards were being shifted to allow more women to get the airborne badge. In other words, men had to complete training to get your airborne badge than women get and because they wanted more win with the badge. But that's not why call Dr g you where we run too. We don't run any. I didn't ask I was off the question. I was question, and I gave my own onset. But what's your answer? Ray my answers. We don't run doctor right founders gave us special cools your sci-fi guide. Remember the move. I will. Yes. Sure. One robot was made special. He said, my father made me specially gave me special armor and for the job. I have to. The centralized power and control sticky, and that movie and today left is picky, and we are sunny and the founder stay with come. They gave us a first amendment. They gave us a second amendment. And we have to protect those special tools their hours to fight Vicky the new leftist centralized control power and don't let the second. Go fellow listeners can protect that first amendment speak freely. Hold onto your guns to them as the former president one said and quite back on the three robot laws of totalitarian, socialism and progressivism, right? Super on by the way, by Moran munition rate. Right. You have combined science fiction and guns to things closest to my heart. You'll also get a signed copy of why we fight. And I love the way.

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"coldwell" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"coldwell" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And it gives me that announcer voice. Give me a call. Let me help we're talking about all things real estate in terms of getting your home ready for sale. And now we're about to start talking about if you were a buyer what to look for. But one more question for my special guest Aaron poll realtor extraordinaire from a Coldwell Banker in Westlake village. A friend and a client of mine and somebody who just knows absolutely what she's talking about. So we're talking about staging in before the break. Again, the national association of realtors. Surveyed home buyers this time to discover what was most important in their search process and nowadays at the top of the list without question was online, pictures, and or video. And they listed it more important than initially looking at price or description of the house or location of the house was show me pictures show me pictures, I want to see what this house looks like in your experiences that true. And and how do you make that happen? It's one hundred percent true. When you know, we're now in this in this age of social media and. What used to be realtors back in the day? I won't say how long ago. The early Pleistocene era. You know, we were the eyes of the client. So we would go look at one hundred houses, and we would report back, and we'd select ones that they were gonna look at it and say dean, listen, I think I've got three or four. I want you to see. So let's get together on Saturday. I'm going to take your round sheltie. Now, the tables have turned and buyers finding everything online. So the whole the whole change in our industry has been that that pictures, are you have to have a great photographer, and there's so many out there, and they have to be. They have to be more of an architectural photographer, and they have to be inviting, and they have to help you one thing we've found is that taking pictures at night. Not nighttime. But it does has been really effective because when you're looking at a house during the day, you don't know what it's gonna look like in the evening. So you get the lights on and you have to tell the story with photos, even a very much like hanging out at a bar in two in the morning. Even an ugly house. Can look good at six pm. Right. It once you've got control of what's being lit up. And what isn't? House can look much better at night than it necessarily does the Larry's but now most photographers use drones. And I it depending on where you are. And what the FAA regulations are you can you can take a drone up, and you can look at the neighborhood from afar from a point of view that you would never have. So really handing people information xactly. And and it's all visual. We've become a more visual society. So. And it all has to translate to print too because you're still going to have print media. But you can put seventy five pictures online. And it doesn't cost you any more than putting twenty exactly. So so go for it. Yeah. And doing just having looked great. Yes. And it's really so the battle for selling the house doesn't even start with staging and curb appeal and all of that per se doesn't start there. It concludes there. But the battle really starts online where your house is competing online photo for photo against other houses in the marketplace. And that's just critical to understand about how the world has changed and sellers. Are would be well advised to go online when they're interviewing agents and look at their photography and look at their web presence and look at their Facebook pages. Okay. Which leads me to my next question as we turn the tables now from sellers to buyers. How do I.

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"coldwell" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:01 min | 3 years ago

"coldwell" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"My special guest Aaron poll, my favorite estate agent is here with me from Coldwell Banker in Westlake village. And Erin, I asked you right before the break us that we were going to mention this. And we're going to go to the phones. When it comes to actually ROI return on investment of people who are nervous, and they feel like, you know, I've got to spend money on my house before in order to get it ready to sell. That's that's a reality. For a lot of people. We were looking at the nationals realtor association is at association of relocation, and they had put out a report saying, basically, and I'm gonna ask you if this is your experience as well. They put out a report, basically, saying a smaller investments almost always have a great ROI on return. So whether we're fixing something outside exterior paint the cost of doing that recoup in the cost of the house. And even when it comes to kitchens and bathrooms. What they specifically said were small-scale kitchen remodels, not full blown. So this is getting back to what you were talking about before earlier when instead of full on cabinet replay gutting the kitchen, even if your kitchen is dated that's gonna run you forty fifty sixty thousand. I mean, it could just go go go, you can drop forty thousand on a kitchen in a heartbe right? Yeah. But remodels like in the fifteen thousand dollars or less category in which we're just changing some elements may changing the cabinet doors may be just the hardware. Maybe we're painting the cabinet something or or the countertop alone. Those according to this report, a seemed to be recouping at least one hundred percent of their value. Is that what you're finding is. Well, absolutely, it makes perfect sense. Because if people wanna watch. Walk in and see themselves living in a house. And if you know if the if the cabinet doors are skew or their or their. That was that thing that these like antique all the cabinets. Everything was antique, right? If they're dated really really dated. It's really pretty simple to update a kitchen without having to spend fifty sixty seventy thousand dollars just on the surface. And and paint, the cabinets and do the hardware. You could do Jessica countertop. If the cabinets are in good shape. There's all sorts of things if you're if you're sink looks like, you know. Black lagoon. Race it. Well, put you know. Yeah. But that's just the sink. Exactly as opposed everything else. Exactly. Makes perfect sense. All right. We're gonna talk more about it. In fact, let's talk to Alex, Alex. Welcome home. Good morning. Thank you. You've kind of touched on my subject guy. I'm going to be selling my mother's home on the Westside of Los Angeles. And it seems like all the homes botanist area are torn down or drastically remodeled. I just wanna know how much effort put in. Getting his house ready. If it's going to be torn down effort wasted. Well, how bad a shape is it in right now. It's bedroom. House built in the early sixties. It's in pretty good shape. It has hardwood floors underneath the carpeting it probably need. But I think it's only two bedroom. So but the area is the location near marina del Rey. And so it would. Like, I said everything's being torn down. It's sold in this area. How many bathrooms Alex? One and a half one and a half. Now, here's an important question. How you know with all the other remodels are going on around you, do, you know in the neighborhood, how many bathrooms are ending up in most of the houses in your neighborhood like the cop for for how many bathrooms? Wade seems the more the better. But no, I don't have a number on that. Okay. So that may be something you want to look into. I'm not going to suggest that you expand the envelope of the house, but as opposed to like remodeling the bathrooms that you've got if you find yourself in a house that has one one and a half bathrooms in the neighborhood that now is typically three bathrooms, right? Probably have a better return on investment by seeing if you could add a second bathroom inside the house as opposed to going over a big remodel of everything else. But let me throw that to Aaron and just ask her. What do you think about Alex? Hi, Alex, good morning. Good morning. So on the west side. Where everything sells so quickly. And it sounds like you're going to be in a price range that'll sell before it's even hit the market. So you don't think he has anything to worry about? I don't think you have anything to worry about. I would say, you know, if you wanted to pull the carpet up if the wood floors underneath are in good shape. And and you know, you could paint if it's you know, if if if that's going to the four you do that look and see who in your neighborhood is the local expert column have him come over and give you give you an assessment. Get local realtor who does a lot of business in that neighborhood who has a good reputation and have them over and having to take a look, and they'll tell you exactly to buy point of why you are sitting here with me today because I get these questions all the time. And I almost always invariably say, hey, I'm gonna give you some advice on the air. I'm gonna give you some advice in your Email response. But call a local realtor, they're going to tell you. They've got their finger on the pulse of what is going on in your neighborhood. And what would be the best scenario for what you need to do to the house. But generally speaking, unless something is like, we've said already the good news is for everybody and less things are just falling apart around, you you have to do far less to your house to get it ready to sell than you think in some ways in terms of money, but maybe a little bit more effort than you expected in terms of getting it cleaned up and get. Looking speaking span. Thank you very much. Thanks, alex. Really? Appreciate it. Okay. Well, we're going to talk more and more about this. As we go along on some of our earliest, colonial homes in America. Regardless of the color of the rest of the house. You will find a Red Front door? Why was it Arctic expression? Or was it something else? Here's a hint. It's a real estate answer, which I shall reveal to you..

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