35 Burst results for "Last 12 Months"

$7.5 Billion Tax Payer Dollars for Electric School Busses?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:37 min | 3 weeks ago

$7.5 Billion Tax Payer Dollars for Electric School Busses?

"Why are senators and congressmen that represent red states? That have massive oil and natural gas production, going along with the following. The infrastructure package will spend $7.5 billion for electrical vehicle charging stations, with which the administration says is critical to accelerating the use of electrical vehicles and to curb climate change. It would also be available for a $5 billion of purchase for electric school buses and hybrids, reducing reliance on school buses that run on diesel fuel. So, for the representatives from states like Pennsylvania, like Brian Fitzpatrick, or from West Virginia, like David McKinley, or from North Dakota, why is there a support of an agenda that will destroy the oil and natural gas production from the Marcellus shale? To the Balkan, isn't that a major job producer in your state? Modernizing the electric grid. By the way, this makes Pete Buttigieg, one of the most powerful people in Washington, D.C.. You are giving him a $1.2 trillion as the head of the Department of Transportation to allocate towards his green energy cronies as he sees it as he sees fit. Of $1.2 trillion of additional spending on top of the trillions of dollars we spend every single year on top of the stimulus packages we've passed in the last 12 months. Is that what we went and elected Republicans to go do?

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Mike Is Feeling Good After J&J Booster Shot

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:36 min | Last month

Mike Is Feeling Good After J&J Booster Shot

"So far so good, got my second Johnson & Johnson shot yesterday. I'm now fully vexed. For now, double X, for now, who knows what they're gonna ask 6 months from now 12 months from now? And it might annoy you that I got the Johnson & Johnson shot yesterday. Spend time with my doctor's office. My doctor has researched it pretty thoroughly pretty carefully. He did not quite he wasn't real comfortable with mixing and matching kind of using the different technologies of the different way they do the vaccines. And so I got the second Johnson & Johnson shot, full dose, apparently the Johnson & Johnson booster is actually just a replication of the first Johnson & Johnson vaccine. And I feel great. I feel fantastic. And that was one of the other reasons why he thought it was a good idea for me to go with the Johnson & Johnson as a booster rather than Moderna or Pfizer as it has been suggested can be done pretty easily because they didn't have any side effects or any reaction to the Johnson & Johnson the first time he thought it would be a pretty good bet that I have the same easy experience this time and so far so good. Feeling great. Glad I got the game of the new vaccine card. I've got now October 19th as my second Johnson & Johnson vaccine. And that may not work for you, and I respect that. As do many

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Wholesale Inflation Rate Is 8.6%, Largest in 12-Month Comparison Since 2010

Mark Levin

01:45 min | Last month

Wholesale Inflation Rate Is 8.6%, Largest in 12-Month Comparison Since 2010

"The wholesale inflation rate for the month of September is 8.6% Compared with 12 months ago That's the largest increase since the 12 month Since the 12 month collection The 12 months comparison I should say was first calculated in 2010 8.6% now clearly that's going to affect retail rates and affect you And so what's happening here is because of the prolonged period of time to get goods and materials The price increases are being built into the prices that you're paying As well as the supply and demand issue that there's not enough supply for the demand As well as the trillions of dollars that have already been voted on already passed with way too many paper dollars chasing too few goods All three of these elements are putting pressure on inflation An inflation is here it's going to be here for a while I believe we're headed for a recession I believe in fact we're at the beginning of a recession And what you're going to see is stagflation Similar to what existed in the 1970s

US wholesale prices rose record 8.6% over 12 months

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

US wholesale prices rose record 8.6% over 12 months

"You're paying more for things you buy and services to you've probably noticed higher prices for food furniture cars trucks energy and other things to Americans keep buying things but the pandemic has snarled supply chains and demand is outstripping supply so get ready for a record shattering number the jump in inflation at the wholesale level this year eight point six percent over twelve months that's the biggest jump since they started calculating the twelve month change in twenty ten one expert says the broken supply chains could keep prices of items and inflation hi longer than expected I'm Rita folate

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Where Are the Fact Checkers on Biden's Budget Speech?

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Where Are the Fact Checkers on Biden's Budget Speech?

"A Democrat the Republicans the media all sound alike because they do not want Slashing the federal budget And so they wrap it all up in not paying our debt defaulting on the debt because they're lying Here's Joe Biden at The White House today cut 5 go The folding on the debt which secretary Yellen said could happen at any day after October the 18th as we run out of money means that social security benefits will stop Okay so now you know he's a liar The guy can't help it It's in his DNA It's in the little bit of tissue that's left in the cranium Go ahead The service members will stop No it won't And where are the fact checkers They're in the tank Go ahead And if it's the veterans will stop No they won't Go ahead Four The failure that raises that the more undermine the safety of the United States treasury securities Not long It will require you to make priorities and slash all the other programs and personnel Within the $3 trillion budget It's more than 3 trillion really 320 billion a month for 12 months The fact it's much more than 3 trillion Go ahead Bretton reserve status of the dollar as the world currency and the world relies on Downgrade America's credit rating and result in a rise in interest rates for families talking about mortgages auto loans actually that will happen when God forbid if Your spending

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Rocktober (MM #3846)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Rocktober (MM #3846)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Even though I've worked in and around country music for what 40 years, something like that, it's hard to believe. It's not the only type of music I enjoy. I'm a rock and pop kid from way back when, love some hip hop, love all sorts of things. But what always makes me smile as we turn the calendar to October is when I hear the first radio station announced that it's rock October. I often wondered where the term rock October came from. I remember hearing it probably in the early 80s listening to one of my favorite rock and roll stations back in the day. And to this day, most rock stations usually in the classic rock variety announced that it's rock October. Now what I don't know is what that means, I used to joke back when I lived in Akron that our sister station when they celebrated October should get ready for Aldo November, a very veiled reference in an old Aldo nova song called fantasy, a one hit wonder if you will. It's something that always made me chuckle and it still does to this day and I don't know why, because if you like rock music, you're listening all the time. 365 days a year, at least 12 months of the year. It's October for some and I heard the first announcement the other day, and I just smiled.

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Rocktober (MM #3846)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Rocktober (MM #3846)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Even though I've worked in and around country music for what 40 years, something like that, it's hard to believe. It's not the only type of music I enjoy. I'm a rock and pop kid from way back when, love some hip hop, love all sorts of things. But what always makes me smile as we turn the calendar to October is when I hear the first radio station announced that it's rock October. I often wondered where the term rock October came from. I remember hearing it probably in the early 80s listening to one of my favorite rock and roll stations back in the day. And to this day, most rock stations usually in the classic rock variety announced that it's rock October. Now what I don't know is what that means, I used to joke back when I lived in Akron that our sister station when they celebrated October should get ready for Aldo November, a very veiled reference in an old Aldo nova song called fantasy, a one hit wonder if you will. It's something that always made me chuckle and it still does to this day and I don't know why, because if you like rock music, you're listening all the time. 365 days a year, at least 12 months of the year. It's October for some and I heard the first announcement the other day, and I just smiled.

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Moderna Says COVID-19 Vaccine Protection Wanes, Makes Case for Booster

TIME's Top Stories

01:05 min | 2 months ago

Moderna Says COVID-19 Vaccine Protection Wanes, Makes Case for Booster

"Maderna's case for a covert nineteen booster shots. It's vaccine protection wayne's by thirty six percent after twelve months. According to a new study by alice park studies from cova nineteen vaccine makers and public health officials have been suggesting for awhile that protection provided by the vaccine wanes over time and a new study published on september fifteenth to a pre print server. The study is not yet. Peer reviewed researchers at medina which makes one of the two are in a covert nineteen vaccines. The other is from pfizer. Biotech report that people vaccinated within the last eight months had thirty six percent fewer breakthrough infections. The knows who were vaccinated a year ago that suggests vaccine induced. Immunity is likely highest shortly after people get their recommended two doses of the vaccine and starts to drop afterward. The modern vaccine received emergency use authorization from the us food and drug administration in december twenty twenty the fda currently reviewing the company's request for full approval aldershot.

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"last 12 months" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:32 min | 2 months ago

"last 12 months" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Advised our residents to take precautions and move to higher ground. Nicholas has since power down to a tropical storm, but not before flooding the Houston area downing trees and knocking out power to more than 300,000 customers. The cost of supplies and labor are driving up consumer prices, CBS news Business analyst Jill Schlessinger when we take out the volatile food and energy categories The core rate of inflation was up 4% over the last 12 months. This is a strong rate of inflation, but it is beginning to moderate a move to save money turns costly than Pennsylvania. CBS's Jim Krystle a explains free rides. Lots of them are taking a toll on the finances of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. More than $104 million in tolls went on collected last year as the agency fully converted to electronic tolling using a license plate camera system. Disappeared from Earth thousands of years ago or an extinct group of animals, scientists and entrepreneurs is hoping to generate Janet medically resurrect the woolly mammoth in Siberia overseeing the project, a researcher who edited elephant DNA by adding genes for mammoth traits like dense hair and thick fat America outside researchers are deeply skeptical. They'll be able to pull it off. The Dow is down 18 points S and P Off to this is CBS News. Fever is the key symptom for both the flu and covid. The exigent temporal scanner is essential to detect fevers early.

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Leading Effectively Under Pressure

Negotiate Anything

02:06 min | 3 months ago

Leading Effectively Under Pressure

"David, thanks for joining us today. Kwame is an absolute pleasure, my friend. Yeah, it's a pleasure to have you. I've been excited about this since we first spoke. So let's jump into it. How about you tell us a little bit about yourself and what you do? Cool. Well, my name is doctor David arrington. I have over 15 years of leadership development experience. I have 20 plus years actually of leadership experience. I am the COO of errington coaching. I am the author of promotable and most recently I have created leading under pressure, which is a an executive leadership development community. Fantastic. I love it. And so leading under pressure. David white, why do you think it's important for us to understand how to do that? Well, 2020, I could just stop there, right? You know, 2020. But if you notice the leadership landscape has changed fundamentally and indelibly, it's not going back to the way it was. And we have in this one year, these 12 months or so, leaders have been put through a lot of changes. And what I've noticed working with leaders in a number of different industries is that they weren't ready, right? The changes that happened moving from in person to remote handling remote teams still being able to adapt on the fly as other leadership needs changed. There was definitely a gap for a lot of leaders. So right now, we're going to see change continue and it's going to speed up and most leaders again still aren't ready. So what I've done is, I think that this is the time for leaders to learn how to lead under pressure. You can argue that leaders are always leading under pressure. But this is one of those moments that is a standout moment where the pressure is so it's so heavy. The pressure is so great right now that people can actually step back and say yes, I need to step up what I'm doing as a leader.

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"last 12 months" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:37 min | 3 months ago

"last 12 months" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Those two ration health care. This comes him in an onslaught of coronavirus patients and officials are warning the rationing could spread to hospital statewide. Japan has extended a coronavirus state of emergency in Tokyo and 18 other areas until the end of September, as healthcare systems remain under severe strain, Although new infections of slow slightly Republican Congressman Mike Gallagher of Wisconsin, says he doesn't believe the buying administrations estimate of how many Americans are still in Afghanistan. I don't have the precise numbers on those, but I think the administration's um approximation that it's in the hundreds Low balling it personally. If you you add an L. P. R's green card holders as we should. We should treat those as people. We have a duty to get out. Gallagher made his comments on the Salem radio network. Fire and smoke alarms went off at the Russian segment of the international space station in the early hours today in the crew reporting, noticing smoke and the smell of burnt plastic. Russia's space agency says the incident took place in the Russian Bill Zvezda module. On Wall Street. Dow futures are off 72 points. NASDAQ futures are down over 29 more on these stories of town hall dot com. The last 12 months, the Federal Reserve has added over $4 trillion through their balance sheet. It's led to an explosion in financial assets. Stocks, BONDS commodities cryptocurrencies housing prices have all exploded higher, but the Federal Reserve can't keep this going forever..

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Rental Assistance Programs Are Swooping In To Help As Evictions Resume

All Things Considered

01:46 min | 3 months ago

Rental Assistance Programs Are Swooping In To Help As Evictions Resume

"The Biden administrations eviction ban, There's even greater urgency to get billions of dollars in federal rental assistance to those who need it. Shelby County, Tennessee, is already facing that challenge. NPR's Laura Wamsley reports. SP KEY and apartments versus Delores Egleston in a courthouse in Memphis. Tenants are packed into eviction court as much as social distancing will allow when their cases are called. Tenants are asked this question by Judge Phyllis Gardner. Have you talked with anyone? Or are you interested in the rental assistance program? I've talked in case after case Gardner urges tenants to visit room 1 34 down the hall. Where Memphis area legal services attorneys help tenants start applications for rental aid. One of those attorneys, Frida Turner, stands up in the courtroom to speak about the program if you apply, and if you're approved We will pay up to 12 months of your back rent plus one month of futurist. We will bring you to zero and you'll get a fresh start a fresh start. That's what's new even if evictions aren't thanks to the billions in federal aid tenants who are behind have a chance to stay in their homes due to a federal court ruling in July. Judges here in Tennessee haven't been bound by the CDC order for more than a month. The judge Gardner, the CDC order delayed the inevitable while in Memphis, they started resolving cases. We've been able to deal with the problems to give these people and landlords some closure so that they can move on. The most recent CDC ban was intended to give states and localities more time to get assistance out to renters facing eviction. But it's been slow going by the end of July. Nationally, just over five billion of the $25 billion allocated had been spent. Several states have used less than 5% of the federal money so far. But in Memphis and

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Biden Supports Mask Mandates yet Releases Infected Immigrants Across U.S.

Mark Levin

01:45 min | 3 months ago

Biden Supports Mask Mandates yet Releases Infected Immigrants Across U.S.

"In America should as well You know what this guy's as low as a low life can be. While he's bringing people into this country. Who have These diseases. Well, he's bringing people into this country. Who have the virus who have the Delta variant. He's attacking Republican governors. Over masks. The Republican governors are trying to stop these people from coming into the country. This is the greatest super spreader. In American history. Can you think of another president? Can you think of another administration? Democrat or Republican. That would open up our border. To what will be 2.5 million people in a period of 12 months, hundreds of thousands every month coming into our country untested. Unprotected. And then being distributed throughout the country. Is there another president, who who has done such a thing? If this is not An impeachable offense than what is 40% of migrants released in Texas Border City test positive for Covid 19 The city of Laredo, Texas. Has refused to take in migrants who've been bussed in from elsewhere on the border after discovering 40% of them tested positive for the coronavirus. You can wear a mask all your work. With the importation of people with this virus. That mask is not going to protect you. You can't wear it

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ABC-Ipsos Poll Shows American Optimism Dropping With Biden Administration

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 4 months ago

ABC-Ipsos Poll Shows American Optimism Dropping With Biden Administration

"This is from ABC News Did a poll. With another organization Ipsos. Whatever the hell that is, ABC Ipsos Is buying completed 100 days in office. The country was optimistic about the coming year. But now just after hitting the six month mark Americans. Optimism about the direction the country's plummeted, nearly 20 points plummeted. A majority 55% of the public say they're pessimistic about the direction of the country, a marked change from the roughly one third 36% that said the same in ABC News. Ipsos poll back in May on May 2nd. Now on that survey, Americans were more optimistic than pessimistic by 28% Point margin. Optimism is now underwater by 10 points. So that's a 38 point spread. Looking ahead to the next 12 months, Fewer than half 45% now report feeling optimistic about the way things are going a significant drop from about two thirds in the maypole. The declining optimism has occurred across the board among Democrats, Republicans and independents. Optimism is down about 20 points. Among Democrats and Republicans. And down 26 points among independents among Democrats, 71% now say they're optimistic about the direction of the country over the next 12 months. That's much lower than the near universal 93%. From Democrats on Biden's approval and handling of the

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"last 12 months" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:59 min | 5 months ago

"last 12 months" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Block Republicans from passing a new voting law. The latest on that stunt coming up in just about 20 minutes at 8 10 when we're joined by San Antonio First news national correspondent Michael Bauer just about a half hour ago in our visit with Michael Palka hosted the Pura Palka podcast. We talked about the Consumer Price index heretofore referred to as the C P I. It is the key inflation measure in the United States. Rose by 0.9% last month in June, the largest one month increase in the CPI in 13 years. Over the last year, Prices were up 5.4% biggest rise in inflation and nearly 13 years now much of that do to gasoline and food, including dining out food prices. The last 12 months. Those rose the cost of those Rose 4.2%. Those aren't the only problem areas if you take gas and food out of the mix. The core Consumer price index still rose 0.9% last month and 4.5% over the last year. That is the biggest 12 month increase in 30 years. Used. Car prices are up 10.5% last month, the largest one month rise in the nearly 70 years of records used car prices are up 46% over the last year. Experts divided on how long inflation is expected to continue. But a survey of consumers by the Federal Reserve show that consumers expect that level of inflation to last for at least a year. Despite those numbers, a new Gallup Poll says the vast majority of Americans say they are thriving right now in the current economy. More on that. After headlines, traffic and weather Texas Democrats are.

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Consumer Prices Rising at Fastest Pace Since 2008

The Mark Levin Show

00:47 sec | 5 months ago

Consumer Prices Rising at Fastest Pace Since 2008

"The cost for most Everything we buy continues to go up A B. C s Chief business and economic correspondent Rebecca Jarvis breaks down where we're seeing the price spikes and what this means for the wallet. This means your dollar today doesn't stretch as far as it did just one month ago in particular, if you're trying to purchase a used car or truck those prices Up 10.5% in June. Hotels up 7.9% beef prices up 4.5% poultry, fish and eggs up. 2.5%. Yeah, The annual inflation rate for the United States is now at 5.4% for the 12 months that ended in June. After rising 5% previously, according to the U. S Labor Department data that was published today, U. S inflation is growing at its fastest pace in 13

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Branson and Bezos Brace for Blast-off in Billionaire Space Race

BBC Weekend

01:28 min | 5 months ago

Branson and Bezos Brace for Blast-off in Billionaire Space Race

"Entrepreneurs heading into space are a bit like buses. You wait ages and then to come along almost at once, First up, Sir Richard Branson and his unity rocket plane. Taking off from a spaceport in New Mexico. The Virgin Galactic crew should reach a height of 50 miles or 80, kilometers above the Earth's surface, according to NASA. That's where the atmosphere ends. So Sir Richard will officially become an astronaut. I've always been a dreamer my mom taught me to never give up. To reach for the stars. It's July, our dream will become a reality. And we're really excited to share that moment with your The Virgin Galactic program stretches back nearly 20 years and hasn't always gone smoothly. In 2014, a pilot was killed during a test flight over the Mojave Desert. This is only the beginning. Soon enough, Jeff Bezoza will take off in his blue origin rocket. Some critics say this is simply the folly of rich men and question the logic of commercial space travel when the skies are already full of junk, But for others, it's all about reaching for the Stars. Virgin Galactic plan to start commercial services in 2022. Said they could be running 100 flights a year, 12 months later. Sir Richard Branson, they says one small step for a billionaire one giant leap for

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Pfizer to Ask Regulators to Authorize COVID-19 Vaccine Booster

Chris Salcedo

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

Pfizer to Ask Regulators to Authorize COVID-19 Vaccine Booster

"Out booster shots. But correspondent Jill NATO reports, experts say not so fast user says it's going to ask for authorization from the feds for a third dose of its covid vaccine. Would be a booster shot is, the company says another shot within 12 months could boost immunity against the virus and possibly ward off their Ian's. But hours after Pfizer made that known, regulators said, not so fast, the Food and Drug Administration and the CDC, you put out a joint statement saying health agencies are working to consider if a boosters necessary. He said Any decision on booster shots would happen when the science demonstrates their needed in Washington Chill NATO Fox News. Meanwhile, the push to get all eligible Texan vaccinated continues,

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"last 12 months" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:56 min | 5 months ago

"last 12 months" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Coming up to 6 10 on Wall Street Time for the Bloomberg Sports Update with John Stash Our alright Nathan Tampa is Title town in the last 12 months. It's Super Bowl championship in American League pennants and two Stanley Cup. He closes I don't think this is going to be an I think so. Three seconds left. Keep your bottle son later. I've got in very updated jail a gun back to back. Other second doing around. Oh, have won the stealing cars. W F l A. The call is the Lightning tat. Montreal wanted up in a shutout for playoff MVP Andrei Vasilevskiy. They won the series with five games they went 16 7 through the playoffs, their only real testing the Islanders, who took them to seven games. Second straight night. Quick start for the Yankees in Seattle's Labor Torrez two run single in the first inning. Erin judges to run Norman the second Yanks lead 5 to 1 held on to win. 54 Luis Sessa three and a third scoreless innings, got to win noteworthy. They did not use the struggling her oldest Chapman for the say they used Jack Green doubleheader split for the Mets. Milwaukee won the Nightcap five and Upton after a thrilling 4 to 3 extra inning win for the Mets in the opener. They trailed in their last at bat. Jose Peraza game tying homer off Josh Hater. Who had not flown to save it and not allowed to homer all year. Mexico behind again and then one of Jeff McNeil, two run single doubleheader sweep for Tampa Bay over Cleveland has lost nine in a row in the opener. Five Rays pitchers combined, did not allow a hit. But since doubleheader games are now seven innings. MLB does not recognize that as an official no hitter women's semifinals today at Wimbledon, starting in a couple of hours with top seed Ash Party against Angie Kerber. John Stash that with Bloomberg Sports. Nathan Okay, John, Thanks futures extending their losses now S and P futures down. 60 points. Staff futures down. 497 NASDAQ Futures Down 199 We speak next with Patrick Armstrong of Karimi? Well, this is Bloomberg. I was in the middle of the Imagine.

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1989 Washington Post Article Details How Professors Use Marxism to Indoctrinate Students

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 5 months ago

1989 Washington Post Article Details How Professors Use Marxism to Indoctrinate Students

"1989 Washington Post piece that talks about how Marxism is. Really being, uh, really common. Now in our universities, and, uh In college is how the hell it's been assimilated into the systems. Diversity is now the signature of once monolithic Marxism. Writes the reporter. Professor Spivak, who teaches English at the University of Pittsburgh, calls herself a Marxist feminist. Professor Romer, economics professor at the University of California. Davis designs Marxist market driven economies. And Erik Olin Wright of sociology professor at the University of Wisconsin, calls himself an analytic Marxist seeking to break marks his grand theories down into their component parts. This is It was amazing as they spent. Was 12 months or so into this book, and I found this article. Which sort of undergirded everything I was saying. Because you can see it. You can smell it. You can touch it. So while this reporter Barry injures expose is quite accurate. The consequences of multifaceted applications of Marxism are manifest today throughout modern America. The brash marks us as she wrote, still exist, and their numbers are growing both on campus and throughout the society, culture and government. In the early Progressives understood that they must institutionalize their educational activism by, among other things, controlling the administration of education. And the classroom. Very tenured and unionized legion of teachers where, like minded instructors armed with ideologically driven like social activism, curricular populate all levels of educational institutions. Often choose their successors and are protected from scrutiny or competition.

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US Home Prices Jump at Fastest Pace in More Than 15 Years

Todd and Don

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

US Home Prices Jump at Fastest Pace in More Than 15 Years

"Really? Just not. Oh, Listen. US home prices jumped at the fastest pace in 15 years, and if you're looking to buy a home, according to this business report, you might want to wait a little bit. US. Home prices reportedly jumped at the highest pace in April fastest in 15 years. 20 City Price Index released just yesterday this morning actually shows that the jump was 15% from April of the previous year. Now five of the 20 cities Cleveland, Charlotte, Dallas, Denver and Seattle had the biggest 12 month increase in prices. And I'm sure Austin's right in there as well. And I'm starting get indications that it may be Leveling off, not necessarily going to come down. But maybe we're seeing indications from some home builders that they're starting to see a small

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Rents for single-family homes just saw the largest gains in nearly 15 years

C-SPAN Programming

00:13 sec | 6 months ago

Rents for single-family homes just saw the largest gains in nearly 15 years

"Single family homes saw the largest gain in nearly 15 years up by more than 5% of the last 12 months. And if you're renting, you're seeing an increase between 2.5 to 4%. Finally Mackensie Scott, the

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"last 12 months" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

07:33 min | 6 months ago

"last 12 months" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Name is Randy Cook. And each week we sit down here talk a little bit about markets. But what we really talk about is you your future your money and what you're thinking about when it comes time to say I'm hanging up my cleats. That's it. No more 9 to 5. Now, how does the money work and that's a big question. Takes a little bit of planning, and that's what this show is all about. Chris, How are you doing today? I'm doing well. Wow. You've got a packed show for us. I do. I do. We've got the golden egg of retirement savings today that we're gonna look at. And how much do you think that you can spend of your nest egg? When it comes? Time to retire? Is it 4% like they say, is it 5% isn't more. That was asked of a bunch of people, you'll be shocked at what the answer came out to be there all wrong. It's a free. I've got my eyes on two very important things that were going on in the economy. Inflation number one. I don't think it's transitory. I think it's here to stay. If you look at the price of food and Just basic living expenses. They're going through the roof, and the second thing is taxes those air to negative things, and both of them are moving in the wrong direction. Moving up. So we have client quarterly meetings and we're focused on Hey, how we're gonna handle this inflation and outpaced that And how are we going to manage your taxes and picked better tax strategies to keep more money in your pocket and lessen the government's? That's our key. Great point, because you don't want to get caught flat footed on this stuff because you're in retirement. You're 75 years old and you do your taxes and you go. How come I'm writing a check for $30,000 to Uncle Sam this year? What is this all about? And if you could head that off before it happens, That's what you want to do. Yeah, and you have the rest of this year to potentially do it. So if the tax changes take place They probably won't hit 2000 and 20. But they certainly would have 2022. So now is the time to meet with an advisory team and make sure you've got your tax strategies all locked down. All right. Well, I have, but I'm going to start the show here with kind of what I think is a tough question. I'm gonna put you on the spot here. Because the market is up. You look at your four. Oh one K and things are looking good, But if you watch them financial networks, all they talk about is when it's going to pull back. You know when it's bad they talk about when it's going to go good when it's good they talk about when it's going to go bad. So for that person who right now is 62 years old. Let's say early sixties, they can see retirement off there on the horizon not too far away. Why is this any different Because they might look at you and say, Chris, the market goes up. The market goes down. It always recovers. Why should I buy into any of this stuff to go to it? Protection? Well, if you have a four Oh one K and you're looking at it saying, Hey, it's looking good. You have to have perspective on what looking good means. Are you in any way shape or form matching or beating the market? I mean, you don't want to just ride the S and P 500. But in a four Oh one K If you are able to ride the S and P 500, you'd be not just looking good. You'd be looking great. So what? I see a lot of folks coming into the office when we do a four Oh one K portfolio X ray, and we can we can pull your Four. Oh one K information and all the holdings all the funds and we can do a complete X ray on it the same way we do for irate money or or non qualified funds. When we do that, X Ray. We find that they have the equity funds are performing their up over the past 12 months. 40 50 some of them 60%. But then they've got two problems in the portfolio and one is there sitting on too much cash. So they've backed out and they've moved it to money market or in their individual IRA or brokerage account. They've got too much cash, so I think that idle cash doing nothing. Warren. Therefore one k. They've got bonds in their portfolio. So target date funds and stable value funds. So when you look at it, and you go Hey, I look pretty good. Keep in mind that the market is up something like 45 4 50%. In the last 12 months Now that's after the cove it crash. But if you're looking at it saying, Well, I'm up 20 or 25. You're only getting half of what this market gave everybody else. Over the last 12 months, So that's a problem in for a one case now, So if you're listening right now and saying, Well, that's fine, Chris, but I don't want to push all into equities at the high point of the market, so I have to stay in Bonds. That's where you need to talk to us because we have a solution for bonds and idle cash that can engage it, and you can get market returns without taking any risk. So that's the difference between being in a four Oh one K and doing an IRA rollover with your four Oh one K. It broadens up the world. It gives us the ability to manage it, and we've got a protection rotation strategy that will keep you engaged in market returns without taking risk on that side of the portfolio. Big difference between that and what's going on on the bond market right now. Yeah, this gives us into our discussion about dead money that we've been talking about is You think you're doing? Well, a 25%. But you know, people have a 60 40 portfolio and you're literally looking at somebody You're looking at Chris and saying, Chris, I'm fine with 40% of my money doing nothing. And who wants that in the portfolio X Ray will show you what your portfolio has done over the last 12 months. We'll show you a three year, five year and 10 year average. And Bonds have had a great run for the past 30 years there. They've been in a bull market, but over the last 12 months It's such a bipolar study. We look at it. We this funds up 30%. This funds up 40% all equities, small caps, large cap mid cap. Then we look it. Oh, well, this one's down, 0.5%. Sure enough. It's a bond fund. So if you mix it and let's say you had a 50 50 split because the markets at all time highs and you want 50% of your money protected. You're equities portfolio is doing great, but you're cutting it in half by getting virtually nothing out of your bond portfolio, and we have a solution for that bond portfolio. That keeps you in the same balance. So you can put your head on the pillow at night and go. Hey, I'm not going to get wiped out if this market takes a big correction. But your money is engaged. So you're making reasonable returns. You're not making nothing off of that money if this market continues to go up, but your 100% protected on the downside. So that's four. Oh, one K owners absolutely need to engage with us or your current adviser on what to do with your bond portfolio and your excessive cash. Anything over $100,000 sitting in the bank. You need to talk to somebody Give us a call at the Hoffman financial group or go to our website Right now, Let's put your dead money to work. If you have just A allocation of 60 40 or 70, 30 or whatever it is right now there's money there that is not working for you. Is there a better way? Can we put your cash to work? Do you have that slush fund on the side that makes you feel good? Like a big, fluffy pillow at night? There's a lot of people that do and we find it all the time. 404341 67 67. Four old 4341 67 67 give our Hoffman.

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"last 12 months" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:20 min | 6 months ago

"last 12 months" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"That's why you need to have a diversified portfolio. It's like having a lot of different investments in different accounts, so that when you look at your performance, you let your portfolio you ask your advisor. But what do you compare this performance too? And I ask this couple of the other day. They said, Well, we outperform s okay. So with that out performance how is that Carly to you achieving your goals. I was met with silence. Well, nothing Is that out Performance coming with more risk like the thing gets me nervous is if my portfolio is rocking right now. Is it rocking Because I've got a problem here when things go the other way, or the music stops or like Bitcoin this week goes down dramatically and I add a lot and that's again only the paranoid survive. And I think when it comes your financial planning Only the paranoid survive couldn't be more true, And that's that's that's really the key to success. It's like the you know someone answer. Well, Bob what? What's our performance? You know, in terms of our of our portfolio, and I say, Well, it's enough, and that's what you need. You know, you need to return its correlated to achieving your goals and running all those. What if scenarios because the last thing you want to do Is have later in life that that nagging thought process of will. I have enough, you know? Well, I have to go back to work. We'll have to cut back my lifestyle. You know if you plan properly and you review it every year, never gonna happen. Yeah, It also goes along with that other statement that I can't stand that financial in truth if it ain't broke, Don't fix it wrong wrong. You know, you always want to be proactive, not reactive with your strategy, so Right now is the perfect example. Is it time to take some risk off the table? If your portfolio went up a lot over the last 12 months is a tiny proactive about that, because again when the music stops It's too late. Then you know at that point, you've missed the boat, so you never want to be behind the eight ball with your investment strategy when things were going the best. That's the time make those proactive moves so you don't have regret later. It's about being proactive. Always not reacted. So Robert, it really comes down to is. You have to have that North star. You know when you're out there sailing in the ocean or you're investing and the markets. You gotta have that North star which is your goals. You know what you want to achieve what you want to have in your life. And I think what we're saying here today. You can have it all. If you're thinking yourself like I need to figure this stuff out. I need to figure out am I going to spend 100% of what I'm spending.

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"last 12 months" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 7 months ago

"last 12 months" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Price index came in much higher than people anticipated. We seem to be growing at a breakneck pace. When it comes to inflation. We had disappointing jobs numbers. What are they telling us about where we on the economy and what we need to do to get us on the right track? Well, a couple of things I mean, some of the problems were created here are self induced by the federal government. Let's first talk about the unemployment numbers. The disappearance just disappoint numbers that came out. Take a look What happened in Montana Last week, Montana led the nation with Governor Jeanne Forte. Who what he did is, he said no more of this $300 additional federal unemployment benefit on top of the state benefit as well as he created a $1200 bonus to return to work. In other words, he removed the incentive to stay home and creating Sam to go back to work as I drive around Montana as I speak with my colleagues as they were back home last week, The biggest issue are facing now are all the help wanted signs. Small businesses cannot find people to come back to work. And part of that problem is we've created incentive with this generous federal government $3 a week additional UI benefits That is creating This'll problem now is waste to inflation. I'm very concerned about what happened. They passed at $1.9 trillion stimulus bill without any Republican support. It's been a tremendous amount of cash infuses economy over the course of last 12 months last year, we put stimulus Paxon in place because the covert pandemic but we're coming out of that. We've got high levels of vaccinations. Now we're starting to see recovering the economy, shoving trillions of dollars and more cash in this economy that's borrowed money. Not only create inflationary pressure was going to happen.

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"last 12 months" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:26 min | 7 months ago

"last 12 months" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"The last 12 months during the shutdowns due to the coronavirus. Let's get some more insight on mental illness with the Medical College of Wisconsin is Dr Karen Kirstein. She is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin. She received a master's degree at the University of Minnesota and completed her PhD in psychology at Virginia Commonwealth University. He joined the M C. W faculty in 2016 in the Department of Surgery that accursed in good afternoon. How are you? I am good. Thanks for having me there's been, I think more of a focus on mental health generally, yes, May his mental health month. But would you agree that there's more awareness I would say in the last couple of years, then then, previously? Absolutely. I think that that's true. Especially awareness that Mental health issues are not necessarily I've been like schizophrenia or major bipolar disorder that everyday people have problems with anxiety and depression that's worth treating. How do we know and again? This is the million dollar question whether it's just day to day stress or there could be something more serious, like mental health illness at play. Sure, I guess a good way to think of this is you know, anxiety is normal. It's helpful to us that helps us plan and pay the rent on time. But when it starts swirling when worries start taking over and preventing you from engaging and things that you like to do or when you're worrying so much, but it isn't helping change things. That's when you know I'd like the you know, like to have a conversation about if there is a mental health issue going on, and I'm guessing that this is something that has gone up during the last year of the pandemic, especially absolutely and in addition to that one of the things that helps people with emotional issues Is having lots of people around them social support and we've lost some of that Dr Kieran Kirsty here at the Medical College of Wisconsin on Newstalk 11 30 Wi san. Are there some subtle signs that a person might benefit for mental health counseling or other support whether it's on inflection on themselves? Or maybe a loved one who notices a change in behavioral patterns? If someone If it seems to be going on for more than a couple weeks, we all hit ups and downs. But if someone seems to be really down or really flat or just not interested in the things they used to be for several weeks that that's a pretty good indication that something's going on, and that could be more subtle than, for example, crying all the time. That's not necessarily what depression looks for, Additionally with anxiety Sometimes it's irritability. That's really the first sign. If hearing this makes individuals realize that maybe they need help or a loved one needs help. What's the best way.

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"last 12 months" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:41 min | 7 months ago

"last 12 months" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"To now with some bond funds down over 15% in the last 12 months, which we warned you about I thought we could discuss with our listeners exactly how bond funds work. What role, if any, they should play in your portfolio. First of all right, Let's discuss what a bond actually is right. It's an investment but you're actually doing is you're lending out your money. Now, when you lend money, you want to make interest on that money, but more importantly, want to get your money back. No As you were growing up, son, I always told you never lend money. Dear friends don't lend money to your in laws right? Because you won't get paid any interest. You won't get your money back, right? Who are the great institutions that you should lend money to as a bond investment? Well, I mean, just to keep things simple. You can lend tax free to municipalities, corporations like high grade corporations. You can lend it to the government. They call that a Treasury bond. But the bottom line is, if you're gonna lend money, you want to do it too high quality institutions. You know they're going to pay you interest and is the most importantly, a set date in the future. They're going to pay your principal back to you. And why That's important is because the stock market as much as we love the stock market long term. There's no day that stock market promises that is going to give you your principal back. There's no certainty there. We call that equity like Chris Ryan and Equity has risk but I could He has returned. And it also has, you know, above average appreciation in return for that wrist. So when we take something as simple as a bond, right, we called permanent the definition of fixed coupon fixed interest rate fixed payment date and a fixed day when you get your money back. Other Wall Street. Screw this up, Well, live as Wall Street loves to do. They love to screw everything up, and that's what happens When you build bond farts. They build these products where they give you a portfolio Bonds. Which sounds reasonable enough, But the problem is number one. There's no maturity date. I can't buy a bond fund and tell you you're gonna get your money back in any certain date, And in the meantime, you have all these other investors that are also invest in this bond fund. And you're at the whim of their decisions as well as what we've learned over time, Bob he's bond funds can be weapons of mass financial destruction. Well, you know, right? Did they do this? How the goodness of their heart? No. While she never does anything out of the goodness of their heart, And of course, the fees on these bond funds typically tend to be very, very high. Like if you look under the hood Not only would you see higher fees, but a lot of times alone. What we call junk Barnes and Bob I don't know about you admired retirement portfolio. I don't know anything that's called junk. I'll tell you what Right. I'm not a junkyard dog. I'm a high quality investor. I want high quality asset to my portfolio. But you know, bonds and bond funds work the same way. In other words, when interest rates go down, they go up in price. Now we've been in a big, booming bull market in bonds for the last 40 years. But things are different Now. Things are changing. Rates are going up. So you know, so if rates go up, right, my bonds are gonna go down. What's so bad about bond funds? Well, the problem is, there's no day again in the future. Get your principal back, and it's the bigger deal. Now more than ever, and we look it again when those 50 portfolios a month that we review Is it if the market goes down and you get a big sell off, and you get bonds to go down at the same time? Well, then you have no protection in your portfolio, And I think the biggest risk we see right now. Is not having protection in your portfolio and again if you don't own your bonds out, right where I can tell you in the future, your money's going to come back to you. Well, then your whole portfolio is 100% at risk. And I have to say if you're five years out from retirement, or you're retired now, you can't afford to.

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"last 12 months" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

06:31 min | 11 months ago

"last 12 months" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Diego, right now, 61 degrees Coco News time is 602. Governor Gavin Newsom is just announced. The stay at home orders have been lifted for the Sacramento region joins Northern California and heading back to the color coded tears of the State Watch list. The announcement here tonight California remains at its most intense surge today, but there are some good things to report were started season stabilization both and ICUs. As well. A stabilization and our positivity, Right? We're also started see the rate of growth for hospitalizations beginning to decline. So much so that today, effective immediately, we're pulling the Sacramento region out of the state home order. So it lifting those orders for the northern part of the State, California, saying the ICU rates have improved enough to protect the hospital systems, many business sectors, their outdoor dining here in L salons, those can reopen. It's not the case for the Bay Area, the San Joaquin Valley or Southern California, which includes San Diego, Latest update today still had the remaining ICU right here at 0% in Southern California. San Diego County today announcing another 3500 new coronavirus cases, 3524 to 19% positive test rate rolling two week average at 13.8% and 41 new deaths reported. The total last 12 months is just under 1900. The numbers, though across the state are trending in the right direction. Dr. Mark Alley is the top doctor. In California 21,747 individuals of covert currently hospitalized in California's hospitals that represents a 5.5% increase over the last 14 days. The last time we had a rate, this low was actually the end of October, the middle of October, we were actually seeing decreasing hospitalizations. Around the end of October. We saw about a 9% increase, and since then it's been higher and higher, so the numbers are leveling off. There's still a concern for the health care system. San Diego is the second largest county in California, behind Los Angeles. And accordingly, it's how large the search has been when it comes to the hospital system is 17 years working for sharp health triage officer Dr Thomas Lowry told KOGO News. He has never seen any sustained surgeon hospitalizations like this, though Dr Lao Recess. We aren't at this point yet under the county health and human Services agencies plan I see you capacity has now had a point where patients could be turned away. The numbers are flabbergasting. We've seen Probably about a month ago. I think it didn't interview and the numbers in our hospital were in the sixties and seventies. Now it's easily twice that. And, um, since our opening in 1950, we've never had a hospital census this high, so It's it's really sobering, Adding all hands on deck is not a cliche hospital extenders air being used in every unit to help with anything from taking out the trash to providing critical elements of care. Zachary Barnes Kogo News send you a county Board of Supervisors today Voting 4 to 1 to approve increased enforcement of business groups. They're not complying. The coronavirus restrictions, the county's issued 335 cease and desist orders so far during the pandemic, and Dr Woman, Wooten, the county public health officer, looking out for that extra variant strain of the corona virus at the drive through testing sites, County health officials are testing more samples for the variant strain First reported in the UK It is our county gold to increase sequencing. UCSD family health centers of San Diego Sharp help the system and our public health lab was so decided percentage of specimens for sequencing and additionally we were in the process of building sequencing capability in our county public health. Last public health officer, Dr Wilma Wooten says. We've had several cases of the strain of the virus in the county. She says, because it's transmitted more easily. It would be even more important to stay home if the UK strain becomes the dominant strain. Marilyn Haider KOGO News The federal government is asking states to speed up the vaccination rollout, expanding the group's getting vaccinated because state restrictions on eligibility have obstructed speed and accessibility of administration. Second, we're telling states to expand the channels and access points for administering vaccines. And we're helping them to do so Third. We are releasing the entire supply We have for order by states rather than holding second doses in physical reserve have techs, Health and human services secretary time Alex Cesar Dr Mark galleys, saying that those 65 older in California, those younger with high risk factors could be next in line governor has immediately directed us. Uh, bring together are drafting guidelines Workgroup our community Vaccine advisory Committee so that we can evaluate the new federal guidance determine how it's gonna impact what we do here in California and with haste without delay getting that updated guidance out. Could be happening as soon as tomorrow. The updated guidance in the state of California it comes as more places or following Petco Park's leading opening up vaccination stations. These are mass vaccination sites as the coronavirus surge overwhelms hospitals and continues to set deadly new records in the state. We have reached to more than 30,000 covered related deaths here in California, the governor pledging to administer one million shots this week. We're doing it here in San Diego with the Padres tailgate parking lot, 5000. Tier one health care workers a day through Friday, 12,000 Day at Dodger Stadium, and they'll start a Disneyland resort parking and also at the sacramental fairground. Still, Farrar, Kogo news and as the North County high School football coach with a lookout for state and local leaders if athletes aren't allowed to return to the playing field, we're looking at an update here in California a grassroots effort to get the attention of Governor Newsome is gaining steam across the state. Torrey Pines High School football coach Ron Glad Nick says the loss of youth sports Greatly outweighs the risk of catching covert 19. This breaks my heart, but it's also true more teenagers and used as a result of what's going on. More student athletes will commit suicide than die from Kobe. Glad Nick telling am seven sixties Mark Larsen that the Facebook group let them play. California has more than 25,000 members. He's urging the governor to look at the science, which he says shows that outdoor sports Don't contribute to the spread of the coronavirus. Joshua Lipton. Kogo news coming up next. The house is looking at impeachment too soon as tomorrow, the president responding and we will talk with Sheriff Bill Gore about the possible preparations here in San Diego. All that.

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"last 12 months" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"last 12 months" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Underrated, Hmm. I think it was see screaming among this is overrated. Or underrated. Um Go underrated. I feel like there should be more stuff like this on stream for people to consume, So I feel like it should be getting some more attention should be more mainstream media toe have somebody on the political level that as AOC is Interacting with gamers in interacting on a platform like twitch to try to encourage people to vote. Get them interested in politics, so that sort of thing I think is really good, and we should see more of it, so I think it's underrated. I'm gonna agree with that. And it's for that exact fact. She's not trying to come in here and influence anyway into her line of thinking. She's just trying to use the platform to engage with people who have not been I think engaged with a representative enough in the current political environment, Robbie for the newest release, Do you think Call of duty Black ops? Cold War is overrated or underrated man. Call of duty has been overrated for so, grandma. Look, when you have to add in a stirred subtitle call of duty Black ops Cold war like, Come on. Yeah. No, we're We're getting a little bit too far into that, you know, actually, speaking of call of duty eyes, actually perfect Segway into the failed it, which is in call of duty. Black ops. Cold War. Hi. I loathe who nailed it. Who failed it on Checkpoint XP radio.

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"last 12 months" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors

Real Estate Disruptors

10:27 min | 2 years ago

"last 12 months" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors

"With us now we can talk about scaling now. We can talk about, you know, more co cards. Now, we're talking about more marketing that we'll talk about more systems processes procedures the we're firm believers in keep it simple. And really you utilize what's working right? And hit a home run as brilliant. What did you guys as big a struggle right now? Biggest struggle. I'll say fun moving company man. Removing officers right now. I hate we hate doing the little stuff a little tedious stuff. And man, finding a moving company making sure we have everything right in this little piece in this little a handyman. A handyman. It's like we got to flout the Phoenix, go do this. You got to do that. In an instance, take out a little. It's just it's just a little 'em out there and say, why don't you just hire assistant great? Okay. We know we need a hiring assistant and everything like that. But it's just like. Is this is we're, we're moving moving offices. And really, we're so blessed and so, fortunate, so grateful, but yeah, that's the biggest Douglas finding us on moving company. We'd handyman to mount. The TV sets and put up the whiteboards. And, and you know, and then the internet was a big issue. I want to get into the automated dialers. Right. We ate those things, and this internet and all that. That's, that's the biggest and unfortunately, yeah, I wanna get into that. So, yeah. Moving. So a couple of these guys are asking what you're. What is your profitability like, you know, of, you know, for every hundred thousand comes in do you know? Yeah. So we're if fluctuates between seventy to seventy five percent profit. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, it's really good. I mean, that's the great thing, my holes that, right? Is super high margins. What is your superpower start with you? I'll say my ability to connect to people on a level and to be to be able to know where they're at energetically, laws and be able to help them be higher version of themselves. I can do that instantly, I've done instantly, and I feel like it's kind of a blessing because I'd be in the middle of nowhere. And I'll see somebody down, and then I can just help them get up a little bit. I think that's like one of my superpower. So how does that relate to business or release that business because I'm able to impact, like, for example, Sonatina team? But my acquisition specialists. Our acquisition specialist, we go on walks every single day. And we do these little things that, I learned from hypnotist Dr Pratt and do these things and I'm able to help her impact her in. Honestly, it has changed her life tremendously. I started these calls where I said, you know what I need to impact more people, I want to help more people. So I have these calls of, and I'm really big about my community, so African Americans have a call about ten African American business owners, and we're on the call every single morning at four forty five and my goal is just to help them impact and connect with them lift them up. And it's just another layer. Accountability for everybody. And I think that's one of my biggest superpowers that can give people the spark. They need to take massive action. It'd be a Harvard themselves. What about you? I'd say just my ability to impact, in empower people to do things that they thought were once, impossible, and really bring those to reality. A lot of it has to do with our business. A lot of it has to do with now are students in which we coach one on one, a lot of that has to do with things that are happening outside of business. And just I want to call it the real world to be able to just share either, whether whether it's a business that you can utilize to be able to put yourself in a better position or whether it's the ability to just push yourself, whether it's in the gym, or whether it's financially most for, whatever it is to just impact people to do more become more and automatically accomplish more than what they ever thought was imaginable. I think a lot of this has to came from what I did in the network marketing business. I mean, I was wrecking ball in that business meeting. I was traveling over the country and I was speaking on stages. I was you know, I'm sharing this product and system with. People. And now I kind of see the fruits of that. You know, coming to see the fruits of that work three years ago, because I know people that are not in the number of marketing business, but they're killing it, and I get so many calls in tax from people in relationships for Bill saying, you know what, man, I remember when you were speaking on stage that day when you're at this small meeting, this day or you, you said this to me off to the side, and now I'm doing x y and z, I'm so grateful, so thankful the never pardoning didn't work out for me what I learned there. And what you've taught there and what you stood by their has stayed with me forever. And that's why we're so passionate about not only just are real estate wholesaling company, and getting that to a magnitude in which, you know, we've dreamt about and our vision is coming to reality, living, but, but now it's migrating to just showing people how to use the wholesaling business, the flipping business, the whole, you know, and, and really just going above and beyond for our coaching clients, because I know that of questions that when they come to our office, and we're sitting down, and we're bringing now systems process appreciative and. And they're just there is just like it's, it's simple. I can do this and I can do that, and I understand, and they could see our boards here processes here systems images. There's no better feeling than somebody else winning. And you kind of being that the guy that tour guide showing them the way I was incredibly powerful so guys, don't forget, we are still given shirts away. So follow me on Instagram Steve dot Trang. There's a post about two weeks ago. There's oppose there about how to get the free real estate, disruptors t shirt, and then Tuesday we've got high flying in. I really don't know where he flies in from because the guy lives around the world, I've you follow him on Facebook is always in some other country. So he's coming on Tuesday, the virtual wholesaler and on Wednesday. We got Brett Marino and Adam Johnson coming in from Mississippi. So guys any last message wanna leave share one little quick announcement. I we actually put together a dinner for some investors in LA this past Friday. I think it was like maybe six seven two. They're the people steal just some top guys ever doing. You know, we said about half a million dollars plus per year, one of the biggest topics that came up at this at this dinner was just the lack of meat up groups and the lack of just, you know, a place where people can gather and then just mastermind for free. No. You know, charging and things I just a place where once a month guys, guys and girls of all levels of, of real estate can get together with your novice or a high level guy and just share the tricks of the trade. And so if you're watching this, you know, make sure you follow myself, Nick dot Levada honesty. Our tag us on TV. It's Bennett on Instagram. We're going to be, you know, putting together a free Mita group middle to probably end of June in Los Angeles somewhere everyone's invited it's a completely free event, and it's going to be we're gonna have a bunch of different high level guys there and probably do some type of just I q a, where people can just come sit for free. Take knows network. Whatever may be a highly encourage you to come out so deft, make sure you can. Connect on Instagram and Facebook or whatever it may be. Because we're going to be announcing that date in that location here soon. Because we want to get it to where we have one, you know, strategically every single month in LA, as the people can come and man, just this learn the tricks of the trade in and ultimate level up. So make sure you are lookout for that meet up group sometime in middle probably middle to end of June. We'll get that blasted out. Awesome. And then also false, the yard fall asleep trying. But you guys the man the myth, the legend appreciate you for having us on. And we appreciate all those powerful videos that, that you have put together in your teams put together because, you know, I said it in the beginning, the podcast, I got started because of a video on social media. Yeah. And it sparked an idea. And then, you know, ultimately sparked a create a powerful business relationship, and yeah, it was just all the videos. We appreciate you having to decide. Oh, yeah. I would say that Nick, and we really strong believers and Tony Robbins. Quote is success without fulfillment is the ultimate failure, and recently recently success with alpha success without fulfillment is the ultimate failure, and recently, we feel like obviously, we're nowhere near what we want to be. But we're so grateful for with our and we believe that we would just searching for this fulfilment, and I came across his bible verse in, like, I want to have this kingdom style life, and they're going to have this kingdom style live. And it was like a neither should they say, low here or low there for behold, the kingdom of God is within and started going within to access this kingdom. And next thing you know, we get these visions where in the shower he's doing. I'm doing meditate all this stuff and it's vision. Start coming and then we had the visions of just really impacting people helping people make click in their mind to where it doesn't have to be that hard. It doesn't have to be all these facts fingers numbers can't be is all this crazy stuff. You can literally simplify it. But some. We feel like we're the best people who can show people Totta simplified, and we give we give it all away for free. Most of it at millennial flippers on Instagram, but it's just because it just makes us feel fulfilled when we're sharing. So if you're watching this, and in two years, and three years from now, you know, you guys take over a million bucks, and you're making six figures now are six figures. A moth, please, please, please, please, please make sure you give back. Make sure you help people make sure you help the next person because I remember point in time when I was just listening to podcasts living in my car podcast, all night long, and that was the only thing that little juice kept me going to the next day to the next day to the next day. And it's like with all the vision that people will pay and that kept my vision alive. And so if you guys want to stay alive. You want to help other people stay alive, as far as entrepeneurship drive, make sure make sure to give back and give back without any militia tents just give back early. And that's why these podcasts are so important. So I would tag three or four people in Steve's posts and all. And videos, and this video because you never know by simply tagging. So when they see this podcast, they get inspired. And, and, you know, I remember early on, we're door knocking those foreclosures. We had a podcast playing all period, podcasts and three years later, now built a multimillion dollar real estate investment, wholesaling acquisition company, and it all started with for me, video and door knocking foreclosures villagers and a powerful podcast like Steve's already Ted take people in his post and in his videos, because this whole thing here what he has going on can change so many people's lives. I'm sure they will. Has a great Craigslist ended. Or thank you guys for watching. Thank you. 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"Rates imaginable consistently. I mean literally seven ten phone numbers in accuracy is always on point. So they've been great to us. I would check them out as well on a percent awesome. What is your wife? My wife's the impact people emotionally spiritually, mentally, and helped people be a greater version of themselves, and also help people move away from their heart and then elevate to a higher level of living internally. That's my that's my whole mission and goal. Yeah. I'd say to, to obviously number one is Bill wealth, the real estate, and.

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"So media book to you, gotta you gotta keep looking at it. I, I would say for me, it'd be more like mindset, stuff, business stuff for like the biggest challenge is getting over yourself, and also given over to limited beliefs that you believe that you can believe that you can actually go from one deals, ten does a month pretend to twenty or from twenty to thirty and actually make from one hundred thousand to three hundred thousand dollars a month, or go from ten to one hundred thousand dollars a month. So I spent a lot of money in a lot of material on getting over just limiting beliefs and my mind to shift so that I could be able to put myself in a position to receive. The all the things that I want. So, and I believe, again, if you're watching this, the biggest investment is investment, you can making yourself without a doubt. One hundred percent Carlos wants to know where you're getting that where you're from we got we got of we got we got a personal guy. We get accidents. We can hook you up. You know we got you. Yeah. But as you grow, your empire the customs sue game will become an addiction will, and I'm not saying that we have fifty customers, because we don't, but colors will become an addiction and pinky rings will become an addict everything because I. Right. So who's in charge of KPI's? I'd say I've tables, and say, both though, honestly, because, like I don't do KPI's for sales, you know, he handles the KPI's for selves, I handled the KPI's for like marketing, and things like that. How much we can spend marketing as month twenty grand thirty grand. What is it going to be true? You know how many people we need to bring on higher? We kinda just sit together. You know, shoot the crap for a little bit. And then next thing you know, we have this big game plan on what we need to do for the next week. And we just take it week by week by week. We're not all technical, like old numbers this that and the third which is kind of, like you think we should do like this church, we'll look distant. And then boom we just go like that. So he say twenty thirty grand a month in marketing whereas I go. Yes. So most of it, most of it goes to data man. Yeah. So if it goes to data, okay, so, like we get, you know, obviously, you know, you get the listless source go to bulk skip in, we get that. And we, then we also have payroll that we have to pay. So most of it goes to like data and then also payroll and that doesn't include like the Commission's or anything like that. But. Yeah. Yeah. So how do you guys disposition of property? Wasn't question. I've been getting a lot of that. So we use you won't tell what does it. USA. USA USA buyers because they buyers Lewis. Yeah. I think you just try to video on this. I literally basically if you guys go to at millennial flippers on Instagram, I literally just put up a video on how to discipline like literally step-by-step how to disposition you're how to build your cash buyers list. So go to USA bars dot com. You get the list once you get the list, you wanna go search all LLC. So I think it's like three or more LLC's or LLC's have purchased through more properties in the last six to twelve months. So you take that LLC and then you put it into like open corporates, or they're like, ten other companies. Right. You can even Google LLC, and then you go to the state, like the state government offense that show you what, what principle is the owner of the LLC. And then what you wanna to skip trace that person using then verified or even put them on Facebook. And then when you find that person reach out to them, or you can just mail. The listen and the people call you back. And, and I'll add to that. Because I we treat obviously that aspect of the business like any other aspect is obviously, he's just one of the most important, you know, one, one of the important classes within your organization, whatever you wanna call it when it within your company and so we train our transaction and despu managed just like anybody else, because she's having these high level conversations with investors, right? We always joke, not to become a CB cash buyer, so art, our transaction disparate manager, she's able to really share so much value. And she knows exactly what's taking place in that marketplace. Exactly what investors are doing exactly what investors are paying, so she's able to how these high level intelligent conversations often times you'll do so many you'll do so many deals with this particular investor that they become kind of. Hey, I'm always going to get into the specific price. And that's not the case with the discount. Right. It's one in so yeah. And so, you know, our transaction dispose. She is just such a beast at at number one. She knows the game. Number tissue gonna have these high level conversation. There were three. She's a force to be reckoned with right. She is forced to be reckoned with. And, and you know, we're always pushing her to increase that profit margin because we know what question it out that, that investor is gonna hit a home run. You wouldn't be buying it. If it wasn't a home run, and we're very transparent on what's happening with the property. We don't hide anything from our buyers, and oftentimes, want to build a great relationships, so our transaction and despu, she's a rockstar, and she can, and we trained her over the past two years to have those rockstar conversations. So she's the boss. And also, we don't double close when it's a big deal, AVI will ask questions. Like, hey, if it's a big time, we're fifty grand or are you going to do it, double escrow? And like we just do an assignment man. Whereas fifty one hundred thousand or five thousand like buyer should understand that don't count our chips. You know, you're going to be making money on this deal to. Right. Right. So let's get the transparency transparency. I've had someone blow you up because of never never we've had some people raise their eyebrows. Like oh, it's the first time doing business. You guys make seventy thousand dollars on the still. And you know we like, hey. Man. Listen, we're gonna we done X amount of do you gotta sell them on why. It's okay for us the mighty 'cause I like people. They just you want to count your chips, but out here, we have the initial conversation, they don't have any problem. You got very nice. I just blacklist them. Get the hell off my list life. I mean it's, it's like you say, right. Why are you calling might chips? Yeah. Why you keep that right? Unite making money in this order trying to take your chips away at the end at at the table. Right. We do that. And just and just be careful be careful with that, especially if you're brand new, you know, and I tell our people were always emotionally invested, but we're never emotionally attached to any given deal because if your brand new and you're, you know, and you have one or two deals on the board. Motion message never most your task is things happen that are out of your control title issues. You know, all these different scenarios Kofi just this, you know, we've had child support liens and from nineteen seventy. I just a crazy stuff will happen as to that is completely out of your control the best way to overcome that emotionally invested, and, and not become attached. Is to have more deals. Right. You have twenty thirty years on the board ten years on board and one goes away. Okay. What that's you know, ten percent of your inventory. That's on the board. Right. Right. If you have to deal. On the board. That's fifty percent of your story of just one goes away. Dan was much bigger problem. If you only wanted to scare victim wants to know does your seller know how much you're signing up for. No. And the state of California do not have to let you do not have to reveal how much you're signing for. But we are on its front and let the southern. Oh, hey, we're going to be assigned you this one. So. Okay. So John gage wants to know as far as negotiating down seller. It's like how do you guys get them get at a price that makes sense for you guys? That's a good question. Sometimes we have to lock it up high, and then sometimes we have to go in and even pay for termite inspection, just to get the property down a little bit lower. You know, but then sometimes it works, because they will you just find somebody who wants to pay more than what we got under contract for. But it normally always ends up working out, like we wouldn't lock it up if we didn't know if it was going to meet our criteria. We didn't know if we could get it price reduction, or we didn't know where we're going to have a hard time selling it. So we normally don't running to those problems anymore. I mean every once in a while, like if we go to a news at code or new area, we might run into it, but we don't we don't run for that too much anymore. So are you guys actively looking to get into other markets? We have plans, we have plans in preparation to move to the markets. But you know, we, we, we still have to finish the first planet started. It was the first player. So the first land is doing more in California, and doing more in our backyard, and expanding more than an implementing another marketing China, which is the PPC we're going to start doing that. So like before we start jumping around and jumping off crazy. We like to take our time to another one, because we, we wanted to be in the business twenty thirty forty years, this is not six months, twelve months a year year and a half. No. This is long term. So let's take our time. Let's, let's, let's build a strong foundation initially lost them. All that's our goal strategy strategy strategy. We know these markets like, literally, our backyards, and to kinda just piggyback on that question. 'cause I know that, that we, we I get that question. So many times, how do you negotiate with a specific seller, and get them to a price that make sense or how do you get a price reduction and never won? Everyone's different. Right. And I tell people, you know, when you're having these conversations or building report wolf the seller likes the Lakers. Well, what do you like, do you like Lakers Kobe? Forever's over there, if they happen to like. Blue the blue. So, you know, there's obviously so many different strategies and I can't I'm actually going to sit here and give you this one liner to get the best price reduction, I was going to come from experience. I've is going to come from just getting in the game. I say, and then the other part is gonna know from knowing your numbers, right? Are are, are. Our, our marketing and the markets that were in essentially, we know our numbers, we know the back of our hand 'cause we've done so many deals. So we know exactly the price that we need to be at to make that thing work. Gajah JT wants to know where you guys finding success and building your team head hunter or inner circle. How're you finding people? So our philosophy and everybody in the company knows this is that it's a company like Amazon like Google. It's a company people have positions in the competent, and our whole goal is just to build up the people in the individual seats and built them internally out. So as long as you're building, somebody from the inside out, and you're giving them value more than just a paycheck, then they're going to stay so users focused on position at a time, and you focus on increasing the making them more having them leave every single day, a little bit more than what they came right? Then you won't have any problem building a company building a company. That's great for retention. Recruiting. So recruiting we go hard. I mean we do Facebook ads. We do Craigslist we do Instagram ads. We just tap. We tap root are warm market. Hey, do you know anybody, you know anybody who needs a job? Hey, do you know anybody needs a job?.

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12:29 min | 2 years ago

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"That's really good. Yeah. And then Brady maximum wants to know. Are you callers? Using scripts of. So what is the typical cold call sound like so we, they are using the script? It's basically a script that we treated man. We created this thing, just almost three years sat down. And, you know, created it and we've never changed since and always worked to what does the typical cost like hi John. Hey, John, this isn't it actually it's not about the property on second street here in Compton, a wanna see if you've ever considered silent. And then obviously, there's a body to that script based off of what they say, right? There's rebuttal set specific script, and the reason why we lock up so many deals, and we bring in so many leads vehicle calling is because the training that we employ with our coal call. We seen weekly. And sometimes we do you know, we have a quality control guy that manages them to the T, meaning we are constantly reviewing calls. We're constantly growing go caller, some people think that it's, you know, I've I've seen. Seen people, I know people that throw money and they just let them go. Oh my God. And you're basically throwing money and letting it go down the drain. Yeah. As to where we built a system that we know exactly what's happening, how many of these were generating and the quality of those specific conversations all tell you this, I've gone. I've gotten calls from people credit card companies. And number one, I feel skeptical number two, I don't know who you are. Number three. How'd you get my number number four while you have an accent, right? Yeah. And what are you doing? Someone calls you like that up. Gotta go by click. Right. But if you could sound sophisticated sound somewhat intelligent sound somewhat. You know, business savvy and can ask and can can grasp a couple of basic, basic information, and then that, that can possibly, you know, give us the idea of, hey, whether they're interested or not. And you know what you're talking about is going to open up that line of communication, so many people are actually interested in selling, but they're so skeptical because you sound is so sketch on the phone that there's closed off, and I don't want to give you more information instead. Well, I think not just. Tickle because of that. I think that's very very much. True. But even right now, like there's a high volume of calls. So how do you even sound different than everybody else? True. Oh, you won't take. We can. So number one. You gotta be calling way more. You got to be talking to more people than than the next guy next guy buys houses. If you're talking more people, it's all a numbers game by law by numbers law. You're gonna get more leads if you're just talking to more people and number two, we don't put our callers on the phone unless they've had the two week intensive training. And then also we pull a foot like fifteen calls a day per caller. I mean we have training so, so they're not going to get on the phone, unless they sound high level. So the difference you could put our caller up against anybody any of our callers against anybody's callers in the country and we're going to win. We're going to get that conference every single every single time without a shot of it out every single time I love this because they're good. I mean you trust me. They're good. How many total total? So we have total. I mean that number actually varies because we're always hiring. I mean we I mean we have every single Monday, I sit down with our hiring manager and we go over how many people we want to hire that specific week. And it's just it's funny you bring this up be simply because we've actually our on boarding process was once upon a time, fourteen days and then it'd be we made it ten days and then we condense it into now. We can train a co- collar get them on the phone in literally around seventy two hours, because of a training system in which we've created as specific videos, and things of that nature, and how good are hiring managers and really getting them ready to rock and roll. We also know how to how to after seventy two hours like we've done this in the past after we pool of ten fifteen calls, we take right off the dollar and we do a little bit more training for two more days, and then get them back onto the like I know a lot of like we're very meticulous on exactly how, you know, we make sure that they're up to speed and we make sure that they're, they're the quality is at a high level. So they, we don't listen any leads, man. You know what programming is using for training. Call tools. Where he's that's right. The video video. So those videos, all myself and the hiring manager, we made those videos on literally pull it up on screen recorder, and a video, and we went in for, you know, there's somebody does that are two minutes, and there's somebody does that are thirty five minutes. And we break down step by step by step by step by step is about what you should shallow sound like what to expect, and it's very, very systematic. It's strategic but is in a way where it's we make it as simple as possible that training platform is just videos that we created, and a lot of recorded called breaking down recorded calls to the T like, we'll give you some value. So one of the things that we do in the training. Somebody just on boards is this thing called the repetition training Nick always says, you always say what's your saying? The repetition repetition is the mother of all skill. So we do this thing on, we go line by line by line by line item. And then so we go, I don't remember what high has done their highest on their high John, their high agenda item. Number two, and then we do it really quickly. So every single line item on the script we haven't repeated one hundred times, and we have a check Mark, then we give them a grade. And then they pass and we move onto the next part of the training. So we kind of have everything, you know, thoroughly put out to make sure that everybody's into tar, it could be intense and in the Filipinos. I mean, you know, the out we train the Americans like trained in house just like we turn out of the country. So. Brian data wants to know what markets. Are you guys in and what's your best market? Best market will be LA. That's that's you know, and I only reason why I say that is because every single time I say every, and I say this kind of loosely, just so happens because when you're constantly marketing consistently at a high level you're gonna get home runs. You know, and we don't Bank on home runs. We don't pray for home runs home runs. We kind of I want to see a track them. But when you're consistently marketing, your consistently generating leave, then you expect a certain amount of deals every single month and we and now it's be built it to a point where an acquisition manager. So then just on point with numbers and running comms negotiations and things of that nature, you know, we've done. Yeah. The whales of almost become predictable. We're bringing in, you know, we're doing a six figure deal, I wanna say, like, you know, ninety days every ninety days something six figure. It will pop still happens. We probably have to on the board. It might not just be like, okay might be like eighty or seven. Eighty or one of three but it's just it's more than seventy K every single for months, we are three months. We normally for sure. So something like that was the typical price point. We've done we had them in three hundred thousand dollars. So maybe we'll give for three hundred air vs five hundred and something we let it go for three ninety or fourteen or something like that. We've gotten them for the AARP's or six hundred with they're not million dollar homes right now, but obviously they're not hundred thousand dollar homes either. Okay. An Invicta wants to know how you guys making sure the numbers are. Right. If you're not seeing the properties, we've developed pretty simple formula, but we oftentimes get people inside of the property pitchers. Right. We get serious and lots of market research comes into coming up with offers. Okay. Acquisition managers, extremely extremely thorough with where she needs to be, and she's always, she's always on point. First of all, second of all, we always have who's on the ground. We'll get somebody inside the physically take pictures of the property, but you don't do that until after you lock it up after we lock it up. Well, it's just sometimes in a very, very sad. If this is super big deal, like, we'll send somebody out to go get pitchers before the contract, where the contract. Yeah. Carlos raises. What's up? Hey Carlos, we was just we were just talking about rain Rainman man, just. just talking about your pinky ring, man. He was saying, you're hitting the desk to hard man. I said it's because of that pinky ring Carlos away at the time. Samir wants to know. Are you guys doing VM's? Yeah. We not as much as him or. S s but we do it here and there. Yeah. Brian Regan wants to know do you guys have any years. Do a lot of intentionally, I guess inbound systems. Yeah. Yeah. Be. It's the same thing it's all on the same platform. But I mean like you guys have billboards drawing. No, no. We don't do any of that. Okay. And then ballpark number I of cold callers. I know you got twenty point zero. Yeah. Ballpark twenty and I would say it just depends on your company goals. Right. Because you could use, you know, people can easily have forty okay great. I have already go collars. But let me ask you this, what, what level of competence, do they have? And what, what officiency are there and what processes systems you had to monitor people, and what do they actually sound like, because would you rather have forty callers that are less than mediocre or have fifteen that are calling eight hours a day at intelligent conversations won the Super Bowl is. And are producing these, you know know how to talk right? Yeah. So I'd rather take the fifteen in the forty right? And those fifteen how many dollars expected making eight hours, you know, we, we don't based off of the necessarily amount of dials. We just base it off. We base it off of the amount of time that they're actually specifically, working someone sleaze after someone's work. Being an hour on on the phone, and obviously, they're, they're, they're on point. Then we expect to turn them on elites. You know, per hour not necessarily per call because, you know, you know, sometimes you don't they don't pick up right? Sometimes, you know, so just varies, but we expect to certain amount of leads per hour per caller. And that's time, minus wait time and minus disposition time. So that's actually talk time. So some of Mali's talked on that we have. Gotcha. I think he was one wants to know how you're paying the co cars hourly the majority of them are hourly, and it varies based off off of experience base off of, you know, we always set it to, to where we can always increase that specific that specific wage, so sweet may start them at X, but then because they're producing constant level. You know, we can always increase that particular pay based off a production. It's just like any other position, a lot of people take dislike, hey, they were just, you know, a couple of dollars an hour this and that will you shoot him a couple of dollars an hour. The union our results. So. So we always said it to where Rican, always increase that specific amount based off of production. Right. Because of the numbers. So then, like, what are was the entry level wasn't top range? It just depends on where they're from. I mean in depends on where they're located throughout the United States. Right. Because minimum wage is different in different parts of the country. You have to research that, and obviously, if you're doing stuff in the Philippines, you're doing stuff in Mexico. You're doing stuff in, I forget the other Egypt, right? Then you can really make that stuff up. Right. I know people that have I we don't pay all this. But I know people that pay callers, three bucks an hour and, you know, they're getting X, but then I there in the Philippines, and I know people, you know, we have, you know, some Filipinos as well, and we, pay them more through bucks an hour. Right. But it's all about the results judge. Okay. So keep is asking how many deals are doing. I mean, yes, you said you do in between fifteen twenty. Yeah. Say the biggest is consistently. Our goal is to ramp up to thirty. So I believe when we add, this new marketing channel think that's gonna help us out a lot. What are your favorite business books knick? You wanna go first man, I'll keep it very simple thinking, Roerich as far as this mindset, as far as just something that I can I consistently try and read, I don't want to say every single day, but every single week but I think the biggest business book that, that help us help us to scale to the magnitude that we're at when it comes to systems processes procedures is traction tires that question, but I remember the day that we were doing. I think we're doing one two three deals a month this man, I mean I say within, I think our first six months, we're doing what it does a month trying to figure it out. And we're sitting in the we work, and I'll take your says he comes into the office, and he slaps down this book traction. Uh-huh. And he's, we're diving into this thing, and we're not. Leaving until we get it all figured out systems processes procedures. XYZ. What are you in charge it? What are you doing? What am I doing? And I've tastes is more visionary. I'm more the integrator and then he had no specific things. And he just kicks acid. Those specific things specific things I kick ass for those things, which is put them together. So traction without a question out. Really, just propelled us and got systematically, functioning at a high level raising time I want to every successful wholesaler swears by that book as an amazing book..

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12:00 min | 2 years ago

"last 12 months" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors

"Thousand dollars, but with L. Way, you know, you only need one of those and that can make up for it. So one of the deals could be anywhere from thirty to sixty like Nixon, obviously, have sixty six every every, I will say every quarter, we at least have something over seventy K. Yeah. That's very impressive. So you guys are strictly calling then for these deals for these deals for LA. Yes. Okay. Kokomo. You absolutely. Okay. So then how much wholesaling are you guys doing right now? So right now, we have about fifteen deals on the board for this month and the goal every single month is they hit anywhere from twenty to thirty deals. Wow, very impressive. Are you slipping to or just all selling? We're, we're, we're primarily wholesaling last year. We did a lot of hoteling, however, this year, strategically or just saying, hey, let's really, really hit it out of the park, and get those twenty to thirty deals every single month and we've been able to employ now you know, because I believe, you know, we've come pretty damn close if not mastered, the art of coal calling. I mean we have we have callers that are strategically house. We have callers that are strategically in other countries, we have callers strategically the spent throughout the United States, and then we have strategic training platforms that we utilize every single week. We scripts in with him and I created. And obviously rebuttals and we have a hiring manager that literally now handles the entire thing eight through Z. And so we've mastered these this art of co calling. So now we're able to employ all these different marketing channels, but, you know, and we set it, you know, by strictly utilizing the article calling and mastering it. I mean made over a million bucks just on that one specific strategy. And a lot of people get wrapped up in hate. I got a bunch of phone calls from investors that want. Hey type brand catch you take you take out dinner. Hey, can you offer training mentorship? And they kind of, you know, the first conversation is, hey, I'm doing a little bit of PPC. I'm doing a little bit of RV, and I'm doing a little bit of SMS. Hey, I'm going to bring on five quo callers. And, and in the back of my mind, I'm saying, you know, I believe in kiss, keep it keep it simple, right? Keep it simple stupid. Right. And so, you know, I oftentimes tell people that's really zone on maybe one or two and hit a home run. And then start to scale slowly but surely. Oklahoma has been the name of the game. So then what does your organization look like today? So we have pretty much Nick, we just oversee with, like a bird's eye view and also shuttle tar mazing team. And I know they're probably watching this right now. And so we have an amazing transaction coordinator, she handles transactions in this position. We have an acquisition specialists we only have one and she pulls up everything she's been doing amazing. We have a quality, quality control quality control. And then he pretty much handles you wanna tell them pretty much. We haven't we have, so we have in house. And then we also have a virtual department. So majority of our businesses virtual, some of the key leaders are actually in house quality control transaction coordinator hiring hiring manager, and then we have we have a couple of sees that, that specific handle things SMS specific things like RBM. So it's like we have these these we'd like, basically the core key leaders in house taking care of these systems. And then we have virtual people working, I don't wanna say for them, but they're managing the virtual, that's. Strategy saw. So when we have our meetings, you know, we're not necessarily talking to people that I don't wanna say, we're talking to the cream of the crop. We're talking to people that are managing the bread and butter of our specific business, and of that specific channel, and he's talking about, you know, we have just an amazing team people that have been with us now for almost two and a half years since we've since we've started we've been bit. I mean, attention retentions retention retentions pretty high. I think also because I mean, we have a great like you just mentioned, like our operation. I think we have a great culture, culture. We have a great culture. We keep everybody involved. We go to dinner we pay. Everybody frequent will we have crazy bonuses? Like, you know, they make money. So I think it's really good to pay your people, and also to have a great culture and also have to positive high-energy type atmosphere. I mean that's a big part of it, too. You're probably very heavy in that high energy. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, for sure. So the acquisition matters she's handling the fifteen twenty transactions. He's talking to all this homeowners on the phone. She's locking them deals, she's locking days. I mean, we have all these obviously marketing channels that are happening simultaneously and one of the things for us, and we didn't if we haven't really mentioned it is. I'm a firm believer. We're from believer in marketing basically twenty dollars as seven days a week. Right. Because we talk about wholesale and we talk about all these different things that have to happen to basically close the deal. But essentially, the wholesaling business is the marketing business. Right. And we believe your marketing damn near twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. You're generating leads twenty seven days a week. And then obviously, those these are filtered into our CRM, and then our acquisition manage will be able to call those things back. And we sit down with her and had individual meetings once or twice a week, and we go deep, we still do to this day role. Play listening to recorded calls. How can we get better? How can we become more resourceful in getting back to that homeowner and getting that contract locked up? What do we have to do, because we're firm believer in what by any means necessary to lockup that specific contract. And I don't care if we have fifty on the board. That's what we have to, to get into sixteen. So you got all these other dialers basically qualifying these leads. Yep. Funneling into your acquisition person, and then she goes in on the phone, and would you pay a person like that? She just played well I mean she made over ten grand last month. Yeah. And then your callers they're overseas. It's a little bit of we have a little bit of both K. We've been split testing. So we have callers that are overseas. We have callers we experimented with the callers in house. That was our biggest biggest ROI, call in house. But now we want to get away from having callers in house. I think we only have two more callers in house right now, and majority of the callers or actually, in the United States. So we've created a model that we're able to have a basically, we have virtual meetings virtual call center, but everybody's American can speak English knows about the Super Bowl. You know what I mean? It's not like this language barriers, not this disconnect. So we have majority of the callers in America, which are best like, our best caller. She's in. I think Texas or mid west something like that. So that's kind of how we kind of how do we have we have all three America in house, as well as overseas overseas? Gotcha. So you're saying she does, you know, she made everything K, so is a salary, plus bonus. So it's it's space pay. Right. Which, you know, its base pay. Plus, she gets a bonus, if she hits her contract contract contract. Plus, she gets another. We also have another company bonus, she's be able to get, you know, so awesome. And then who's moving the properties after she likes it up our transactions slash despu girl. Okay. And you have one of the way to just to let you know, most of the people in our company are women and basically, the whole companies like and, and they're Rockstars. They're killing them. They're they're rock Rockstars. You know, I think a lot of that has to do with how we promote from within because essentially, everyone at our company that has now at a high level position transactions despu, which she's a rockstar our acquisition manager, who literally, I mean think about that someone that's locking up, you know, twenty deals a month on consecutive basis and she's hungry. Go get her called work six days a week, you know, once upon a time they all started entry level. Zero real estate experience, and they started in the coal call department. So we've been able to they've been able to Volve or the past two years. And, you know, here the lingo, hear us, you know, back and forth, as far as you know, because once upon a time, we were acquisition managers, you know, two years ago, we were disband transactions. We were, you know, coal cars we were we were in the we, we have sat at every seat at our company. So when we promote someone or we asked them to do something, we never ask someone to do something that Octavius, and I have never done before. Right. And so we know what. It's like to be on the phone for eight hours a day. We know what it's like to do one hundred and fifty follow up 'cause, you know, we always like to send out a bunch of emails or send Iraq, male or getting contact with these Sal, we know we've been there we've done it. So we know how to train, but we also know what they're going through as far as mindset window, four o'clock hits. We know what they're probably feeling because they've been here since, you know, their early morning Smilin' Dahlan. So, yeah, that has to do a lot of our that has to do with our team success while I think that makes sense, and I think a lot of people miss out on that. Because a lot of people wanna shortcut it they want to hire a call there right away. And if you can't kosher caller because you don't know how to talk to the homeowner or you never know. Even bigger coaching also pouring into them like that. We pour into people, and I think that kind of is reason why we have such a high retention rate. Yeah. Because we make every person in the company spills, fill special, and we, compensate them really well, well, how do you make them feel special? You make them feel special by spending time with them and actually been present. You know, like if you're with somebody, you're not actually thinking about this that, but you're actually focus on a person. And how can you build that person and take them from here to here because I believe when somebody's a part of something that they know that they're growing, and they're being stretched, they would never want to go by, because they know that there could potentially could be increased while they're in this opportunity. So I think we both do a really good job at, like helping stretch in just grow and it's company, you know, it's a development company, but it's not just like developing real estate, but like we're developing our people in our leaders within our company and we're and we're stressing them. So if anybody's watching, and you have a company and you have employee's, I really would suggest that you guys focus on growing your people. On the inside out and not just focus on the numbers. So she's really realize it was it was Edwin wanted to know. Are you guys looking at deals over the phone markets outside of LA? So I was like market everything. Yeah. We I mean, we're in LA we're, I mean, we're locking up deals in several different marketplaces. And I'd say about ninety seven percent of the deals that we lock up are virtually over the phone with never gone to the property. We've never met the bio never meant the salad. We never physically had to go into an office and signed documents and things of that nature. I want to leave that three percent there because I said earlier on that by any means necessary. So if it takes you getting in your car, and especially if you're brand new, I could see sometimes people say, oh, I've had this high level company. I'm not going on unemployment, and I get that. But we don't necessarily philosophy and our, our acquisitions managers don't have that philosophy..

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"last 12 months" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors

"If you're excited for today's show, please give me a wave. Give me a thumbs up. And as a friendly reminder, I don't charge that for this show. I don't make any money doing this. So here's all I asked is what cost for you to listen to this show? If you gave value today, please tell a friend, you can share this episode right now, tiger from below or telling me about segue from the show later on that we can all grow together, and don't forget, this is a live show. So please post your questions for Nick Anatolia's to an. After you ready, boom. Let's go baby. All right. Happy to be here, man. I'm happy for you guys. I appreciate you guys coming out. So first question is what got you guys into real estate. That's a that's an interesting question. You want me to get off before. So I think that I, I remember a few years bagman, I was in a place where I was just stuck frustrated broke didn't really know I had so much ambition. But I didn't know what, what tied and have a vehicle to put the mission in. And I was always wolf motivated, but I didn't have just a vehicle, man. And I was searching I was like praying Nagato money's every single night. I said, I wanted to I need a business. I know want to be a businessman what do I do? What do I do seeking seeking heavily? And my aunt had blessed me with this job. So I was on the Oprah tour, and we would go from city to city. I mean, we go to Houston we go to Atlanta we go to Miami. We go to Seattle we go to LA everywhere, and it was three different three different instances where I run into a real estate developer. And I'm like, okay, it's a Tuesday afternoon. And this guy has Rolex on, and he's fun on playing at two o'clock on a Tuesday afternoon. Like what does this do not only am I'm on like most people at work on a Tuesday? What does this guy do and then the? Second time I meant somebody is they were just walking off the plane. They're like, hey, I'm a real estate developer and outsourced them open. Like there's some big millionaire in Dallas. And I'm like this sounds kind of, and so, I started connecting the dots and I'm like, okay real estate development. And then I'm like, what's the fastest way to get my foot in the door? And I remember telling Nick about this story. It was it was a being broker at Marcus and Millichip because only person I knew at the time was his guy named Stacy and he was in DC, and he was a broker. And again, the same story like oh, you know, whereas nice UIs drive's. Nice car lives. Nice nice lifestyle. Like I want something similar to that. So I was thinking, I'm like, well, if I can be a real estate broker for a little bit, then eventually, maybe I could be a developer is what I was thinking. So I I done with the Oprah tour and I set up the interview. Right. And this is I remember this to this. I set up the interview I go in there filling good nervous, as heck, and I get into the interview and the guys like so. Do you have what college did you go to? And I'm like, because I dropped out of college. And he goes, well, what's your job resume look like and I go. Because I didn't have any jobs. And so, how are you going to bring somebody off the street, who doesn't have any college degree, or it doesn't have any job experience? How are you gonna expect to put them in the position to sell million dollar property, and it just didn't work? So they didn't give me the job. And so I went back down to square zero again, meditating for hours, praying seeking hoping that I can find something, and then I came across a wholesaling, but then it took me a long time to study this whole year process, and then I learned and I worked with the group on the east coast for a little bit moved to California, and then kind of started it up, and it just happened. Just got lucky. Man, I got bliss afraid and it kinda came for me. And for Nick, Nick has a very interesting story. And he can probably get into his. Yeah, I'll keep it short. And sweet, I saw an ad on Facebook, and it was an ad geared toward some mentorship or guidance and sign of sign up for a free webinar, and I came from I went to San Diego State, graduated got involved in the sales industry. So. Part of a network marketing company, and got basically recruited in by senior year and really don't into that industry for three years. And, you know, luckily, I was I built a huge team you know, at a young age in my early twenties. Do that specific company made a lot of money that's travel the world. But most importantly, built these skills throughout that specific industry never marketing. So I built sales skills, people skills communication Scott has got to travel, and I got burned out, and I remember I was on Facebook and I saw this ad and I was burned out of network marketing, because I've been traveling. It was great. It was fun by kinda wanted to sleep in my own bed, you know, traveling for well, we'd have events, we'd have Vance and I go speak in front of people. You're like one of the success stories you roll up your Lambeau. Yeah. And W. Okay. But yeah, I was one of those like early successors within that company. Yeah. So, and it was a wild ride, and the company's funny as base here in Tempe. But to make a long story short. I had a lot of success at a young age throughout the number market industry built these sales skills. People's feels communication skills got to travel to Europe. I was in Europe every ninety days. Wow. Living good. But I was kind of burned out, and I was just about twenty three years old. And I saw this ad and I said, I can do that. I can do that. And I said, if I'm you know, I basically took all these skills, and I poured them into real estate, more specifically, wholesaling and reached out to Octavius him. And I have been business partners long ago. When he called me that our government like it was yesterday. Steve, he had called. And I was thinking that he was trying to get me into another network marketing. Dodgers dodging his calls crazy. I call them and I say, hey, you know, I know you know, you're, you know, dabbling you're in real estate. Let's go out for dinner, we meet up and just kind of just hit it off. United seen them for maybe two years. And I knew that I have I had a specific skill set and new activities for from that specific company part of that I never marketing company, and you hit a specific skill set. So that night in Pasadena, California, we basically shook hands and became business partners. So before you guys wholesale I deal years became partner. Well, there's too high. You got the first deal stories. Right. So there's the story where when I first came out to California, you know, I came out with a little bit of money, and I deal door knocking. And then after that I kind of fill miserably, I'm sure we're going to get to this in a minute. Probably back in the middle of the podcast. I love to share, but I, I deal twenty thousand dollars and I had to get the solar tin, and it was a door knock deal, and everything was all the way up. Then it went all the way down. I was homeless sleep, Lamont car, for like, four months. Then after that we close the deal, we partner up like two weeks after we partner what we close the deal for ninety thousand dollars. And so there's like two little. Hi. You got your first deal stories but we kinda share so little bit later. Yeah. So let's talk about that, you're, you're ninety so he has partnered up. So we partnered up that night we had dinner partnered up officially became partners start door knocking foreclosures literally the next day door knocking foreclosures where was California telephone where NAN castle. So we so how do it for in for the people. We got the list from property radar dot com. So this whole thing, works, get to listen property, radar dot com, and we would map it out. So we spent about about forty five minutes map in the whole route out because we pull the list, and then you've got sort it. So there's this little website. I can't remember what it was. And then you sort the whole mount the whole route. So we would go down from southern California from San Diego, and we go all the way up to San Francisco. So we, we take any everyone every single foreclosed. There's about two hundred something three hundred properties that actually have equity that are foreclosures, and we'd knock every single last one, and then we'll go to FedEx and we get one of those free little envelopes. And then we. Because it looks like it looks legitimate legitimate put a little letter in there. And then we were literally staying. We were staying in the hotel, we would find and this is N for anybody. That's that's brand new to the business. The reason why I think I mean everything happens for a reason. But the skill set you'll learn door knocking foreclosures will last you a lifetime, because we went through trials and tribulations in the whole time our goes that's that's getting property in the contract. Take all those proceeds whatever they may be and pour them into our real real estate operation, right? And so, you know, I had I remember seeing a podcast from, I think Mark Cuban he says, make money and then pour that money into your business, instead of taking out a loan or things of that nature. So that was our goal. And we would knock these foreclosures, and there's nothing like people that are in a distress situation in the weirdest parts of California. And so you can just imagine the stories and things of that nature. But, you know, to make a long story short how how it how how this transition into ninety thousand dollars because it was like an indirect situation. I'm we're firm believers in like pounding the. Vibration. And like what you, you kind of what you so you get back what you give type thing. So we knew we were pounding the vibration by knocking the door. So we were filling up the we were filling up the Soka, right? And then, and then, essentially it came out of nowhere. We got a referral of somebody just. Hey, are you guys are buying houses? I need help bubble the LA out of a referral out of nowhere. And I'll tell you this again. Just the biggest tip you can give anybody starting out is let people know what you're doing. Yeah. I remember it was three weeks into our partnership, three weeks of door knocking and I was telling each and every single person that mighty business, I said flipping houses, I wasn't explaining, hey, wholesaling bring a buyer and getting because people are going to say. Right. Yeah. And I was telling everybody that I hate dealing away is going to sell. Hey, you know anyone in distress situation? Anybody do you don't even look in south fixer upper and someone calling my cell phone, Shamu text, and said, hey, I know, somebody who's in this situation, you should reach out, and I remember sitting at a Starbucks. And we're game planning our next door, not in venture. Oh, and I sought her a message text message and, and, you know, we both at the appointment and we go to this property in Almonte, California, and I'll never forget driving up to that first property because it was squatter occupied. She was back, you know, thirty thousand dollars plus in taxes, and there's a foreclosure couple gangs over there, too. And so yeah, yeah. And so that's how that I lead came in. But if I you know, if you don't let people know what you're doing that leading it would never come in. And then obviously it translated into ninety thousand dollars you know it's funny to, like, I think that's great huge point. Right. I think a lot of people miss it. Because for.

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