18 Burst results for "Phil Thompson"

"phil thompson" Discussed on The Goals Based Advice Podcast

The Goals Based Advice Podcast

04:15 min | 8 months ago

"phil thompson" Discussed on The Goals Based Advice Podcast

"Like i feel like i guess there's always preferences you know people have preferences in different things if you can get as many preferences pre thought about before the meeting then the elps in ugly. You're like the risk of feeling products slogan or looking locker products. Log on like avon into seminar will teach at insurance and then iran. I read policy a economy. John that's look. Yep fair enough fair enough so phil. What tips would you give to a consumer thinking about getting Insurance does does know where to stop. speak to lonzo It's it's if you want insurance. Which every mafia you've got income that you need then you navy insurance You needing protection out of If they drink on then guy. On all of that guy Dunk out a wick is my better than adrian. Gone you may be insurance and go speak adviser Best best point system. And what tipsy give to People who are thinking about outsourcing their Their risk to me so apart from of course talking to you. What business idea. Yeah i love business withered. Is we send me on. Not yet doesn't doesn't matter to me. But i just think you the cost to serve the client and the complexity of each client. How do we seem by that. As so he can give better loss as are if you're doing less than twenty percent of the revenues from insurance then miami's you can sit on outsourcing that because especially if it's hiking you and twenty percent of your time to execute that and most people ultimately i think about all. Well you know these are fairly easy just to the application that then then you talk to them and i got yet last week. I had an audit guys. Are- rod insurance cover whatever Just realized if you doing lessons weighing sending sheri- if you can focus more time into one area and specialize and just communicates clients. I personally think in business reflects the moist special arms. The better business young just thinking..

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"phil thompson" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"phil thompson" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Virginia Democrats are backing off plans to introduce articles of impeachment against democratic governor Justin Fairfax Virginia NWC p executive committee member Phil Thompson believes Fairfax should be heard and wants an independent investigator to investigate the allegations for him to have to go to an impeachment hearing in front of a body that is pretty much. Call for him to resign seems a little bit of a kangaroo court, and we don't think that's a fair outcome.

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Virginia Dems back off efforts to impeach Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax

America Trends

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Virginia Dems back off efforts to impeach Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax

"Virginia Democrats are backing off plans to introduce articles of impeachment against democratic governor Justin Fairfax Virginia NWC p executive committee member Phil Thompson believes Fairfax should be heard and wants an independent investigator to investigate the allegations for him to have to go to an impeachment hearing in front of a body that is pretty much. Call for him to resign seems a little bit of a kangaroo court, and we don't think that's a fair outcome.

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"phil thompson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"phil thompson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"That's on there as well. As a lift ticket at a wild man ski DeVine's NC liked aquarium buy one get one ticket there. So again, I mean, so many gifts, and if you're out and about and thinking gosh, you need a last minute gifts, you're going friends palce. You just pop a new equalities in right in the checkout lanes of every Kowalski's. And it's it's really like you said, it's it's a gift on so many levels. Yeah. Minnesota music, helping charity. So yeah, we're just so excited within. Did make sure that this final weekend meeting up to Christmas, all the qualities markets. Do you have inventory still? I mean, we've running low, but we definitely have CD's in awe quality. So like, I said about just pop in get that get a bottle of wine know. This would be a perfect last minute gift. And then just buy one for yourself. You know that way you get to enjoy the music as well. And then you get the get get to give the gift I was gonna ask to as they do sell out every year. Are you able are there any past years volumes that are still available or it's kind of once? It's there. It's done. Yeah. Usually once it's gone. It's gone. I think I've seen a few floating around than EBay in different places from time to time. I just Mike how how do they get on? Ebay. I'm not sure, but for the most part wants to gone, they're gone, if you know, you can't get through ten metre locations all over you can't get to qualities markets. We are on I tend as well. Again, those proceeds again go right to be the match. You don't get the cool bonus gifts and the CD, but. Tunes and just type in Minnesota holiday volume. Ten. Pop up right there too. A really quick word about about be the match be the match like you said fill is a local a local organization, and they are the largest and most diverse marrow registry. In the world and bone marrow is a relatively easy thing to be able to donate to people who are need and typically the people who are need of of bone marrow. Are those who are battling life threatening blood cancers like leukemia and lymphoma, and so another thing to educate yourself about in wonderful work, you're doing to help raise money for a very worthy organization fell. So thank you for putting together such a fun way to benefits such a great organization. Thank you. And you know, that's the kind of unique thing about, you know, exactly what you said. It'd be the match does have the largest registry. But the unique thing I learned about working with them over the years is that when somebody is battling Wiki Myard informa- only thirty. Percent of the time is a family member a match that they could donate. So seventy percent of the time. People are relying on strangers step up easiest giving a saliva sample. Then you're on the registry. And it doesn't mean that you will ever be called up. You know, most almost ninety something percent of the people never get contacted. But you know, that rare case that you are the match you can literally save a life. I mean, it's incredible. Yeah. Absolutely. Well, Phil, thank you so much. Phil Thompson who is the producer of a Minnesota holiday volume. Ten. This is the charity CD the benefits be the match, and.

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"phil thompson" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

06:31 min | 3 years ago

"phil thompson" Discussed on Love Your Work

"That his paintings super successful when it was just some miracle or accident but i mean he had a lot of things matching up but i mean as far as purity goes is also this idea of of you still prints right and some people may be looked down upon that is that something that you have struggled with yourself i would say that i mean to me it was kind of like people think oh it's gotta be an original or different philosophies are in the yard there's like different worlds different silence i was like people are more than jig posters worl yeah that are just pretty much just down the line like screen printers and pretty you know fundamentalists out screen printing and then you have the fine artists were pretty fundamentalists about selling originals in that seems like such a game of seems like it would be highly political game i've got to get in good with this gallery owner yes our dealer like you're talking about or picasso was always schmoozing with gertrude stein she was very in paris the time he had his art dealers in all that stuff and i can imagine especially today when there's so many other entertainment options besides paintings i think you know after camera you know became more widespread photography than aning took a took a nosedive i mean and then movies yeah you don't have to play music on your piano it has different are the purpose of our in somebody's life who's going to buy it change the same time in the world living in a world where fine art is only four astronomical high at auction and so it's interesting almost like that's like you're you've got a i don't know if you're talking about classic or contemporary oh viner but but i mean that seems like a game where you've really got appeal to this point one percent of the population right and i think about the world a lot like just interested in it like how can how can damien hearse sell her just a million dollars another contemporary artists or never sell the sides yeah that the shark is worth more than you know like something else that might be interesting there's an adam ruins everything about about this the art world yeah well it's it's fascinating to me and i think that is a world where there is like your achey vers will i it's it's stablishment allergies you know the ones who have some they have a brand so they've brands the navy tracks like the right wealthy finds l yeah that'd be wealthy clientele and they and for value on the work that they all other gallery choose the display so there's a very select number he art markets of like galleries that have that kind of branding whereas the other ones kind of up this appear you know so you know maybe have worked doesn't doesn't go blah and they just don't have kinda like staying power yeah if you read about like some of these galleries can do for new artists like amazing the put them in the same category as like showing damien her right this week in the next week it's this new artist i discovered like immediately confers is like stratospheric value the new artists is that a route that you ever considered going yourself it's not a route that i consider going but it's something that could be interesting but it's one of those rows that is like just like with any other business their keepers anka's very extreme example gatekeeper because it's not like necessarily say that it's a kind of jack the we say this is a better mousetrap you know maybe it's more compelling pieces of art but it's still coming down to one person whether they sitter compelling of our than another so it doesn't sound like it was a rather you considered in your on this other route there's really no gatekeepers few gang keepers rise route that urine while it's i think i found this route because i was just asking myself once people want and what's the best way to deliver and was able to spend a lot of time drawing important in this decision i mean all businesses you could have started yeah started when you're drawing day right that was more because out something where i have a little competitive as john people i can draw better than average and i enjoy doing it doesn't feel like work so just makes sense i guess yeah i mean if i was shafir you know how to make chocolate or something that could have been the route that will go down but i just felt.

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"phil thompson" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

06:11 min | 3 years ago

"phil thompson" Discussed on Love Your Work

"Spend thousands dollars worth that artists times waited along whereas they're doing something that's really somebody they know uncle owners luck greystone architecture unified people identify i think that even more extreme example is at a place like on congress to they have hardest there who are selling fan arts like like beautiful francis starship enterprise yeah you know i'm not sure how they get away with yeah how's that work regally right under the noses studio so they must get away with somehow maybe they have to pay a fee fears but they can sell hand over fists like i love star trek pieces going to show everybody how much i love star trek you know so yeah i think it's one of those things are the ethic about alive what what really kind of drive somebody to actually get this in this funny because when you're talking about art i think there is a dutifully one might have a reaction there's something unappealing about this idea of trying to make your art salable is something that you struggled with yourself at all puritan appearance or purity type of mentality may actually be holding you back why do if you if something's like blatantly marshal it really comes across as brass there's a turnoff samples yeah we we we we've joked about like if there was a certain political things going on that you could that could exploit right at would be really drastic like you see his handwriting to certain viewpoints that you don't necessarily share yourself like trump as the dental or something like that where it's okay maybe that's how you feel but also like are people to put that on the wall yeah i don't know i think i guess my point is like if something comes from a place where it's inspiring you speaking to you it's it comes across as a lot more yeah and i think the naturally the way the world works that's naturally going to connect to certain people because we all live in this world and so we have certain experiences that a lot of share and actually gonna have interests that we share like people live in the city and so everybody shares that is funny i've been i've been reading me about your fee of vincent van gogh and it's interesting to hear that his uncle was one of the most successful art dealers in all of europe and for a few years vincent words at the art dealership has terrible added but he was seeing trends he was seeing what people were buying all the time and when he did decide to become an artist he was thinking territially he wanted to make a living and he was looking at it as a business you know he had moments where he did still say like no i'm only gonna do what interests but he was still thinking about that stuff i think there's a balance somewhere where to be struck so how how do you not like when he produced lenny made a painting like how did not get in front of people who want it was he bad at like jenin in front of people would people actually see it rejected now like i haven't gotten that far yet rutta rutta yeah we will see maybe somebody listening knows but yeah all and he was definitely in the art world in in that way but he didn't have the best while it was his uncle was this great art dealer he didn't have a best relationship with his family is he was just like failing at everything he was mooching so much money off of his family right all the time so yeah i don't i don't know what happened there because i could see him as a be one of those people who like paints like has all the paintings in his studio earn his home surrounding him not quite know hurting them what to do with it like how to get it out in the world is if you don't you don't have that person who's like leaving nearly dealer feel like a lot of artists need that the dealer like putting out there like they're selling yeah i don't know you know what happened with that but i wouldn't say that he was savvy as far as marketing stuff goes he was thinking about it any also had all that experience that he alway door through as moses i would imagine i mean it's just an interesting thing to to learn more about this figure that you assume as oh he was a failure and then he died in after.

"phil thompson" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"phil thompson" Discussed on Love Your Work

"Marathon map and a few others they bought maybe for me but that's the only one that i know for sure it has it happened they just email you out of the blue yes maybe you check your spam folder one day you're like us your thing i found this one from the production designer designing like hey we're doing a movie chicago like so to them sure you know i don't share as any premium pay whatever everybody else days but i i was talking to set designer for show easy had a piece that appears easy some probably shouldn't artists like they really squeeze us you know charge a lot to us there are no i guess guess doesn't really know yeah also day to work up to squeezing it's like every every production needs to have a cape horn illustration bragging rights would it up on the website and stuff exactly i really like how we've talked about this i think the beginning you're able to take brand equity that's at least in the united states right architecture is not happy right it i think in in europe maybe it is and also people have city pride loves chicago and it's a market so and there's there's plenty of publications that cover things relative to a city movies or sentenced places we live in places you're able to take some of that brand equity that doesn't cost anything and it's freely available right and that's part of what makes a piece of art that person can identify with such that they want to buy it put it on their wall riley is this something that you think about more as you decide what you're gonna work on yeah definitely it's people have to build some bridge a apiece durance out too coming up to booth see something like oh oh my god like you know grandma lives in a bungalow on bridgeport yeah says like this piece celebrates bungalows it was what would be the most mundane the like vase with flowers in ab or you know what do you mean i mean like what would be the most unlikely he thinks to connect with somebody in a way i'm just trying to think of examples of what would be the opposite having something that they can have this story to go along with yeah well i mean dobson just like a nice nice piece like you kind of have to like to the still life or something and you kinda waiting for some didn't come along and be like oh this would fit in our callers would work place maybe was something stylistically like maybe this reminds me of something in the reason why it's onset me like you know we bought this screen print while it's like a tree tree screen pratt just because like it's the color scheme place and i think that's i'm looking at their earns that you have to what actually came very randomly they're beautiful reward nate and everything from afghanistan kind of like just happened to fit we got them as a wedding present and then it just happened to work there the colors too they they fit in with the rest of your junior right yeah that's a happy accident but i guess when you like china sells art like if you just relying on somebody to walk by the color scheme or happens ethan than he could be waiting awhile i think that's why some artists kind of like do he says just like look at like hi like wait for them buyer who's gonna buy speaks to me so much that i'm willing to.

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"phil thompson" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

05:06 min | 3 years ago

"phil thompson" Discussed on Love Your Work

"Yeah i remember sure they contact me we saw this article in chicago interiors and we want to write about it that's our our followers are subscribers so they sent out that like a whole thing about how important is that at that point i had a few examples so they sent that out there thousands of followers that i may be got almost a hundred portrait orders from that one hundred it was a lot probably over the course of months okay okay yeah i okay one hundred houses it was a lot of inquiries at once what i remember just flood waters this kept me busy and you were shopping what for the charging very low amount charging hundred twenty five dollars yeah for like a standard aid by facet draw house yeah that i remember we're doing homeported after order for monster took for the winter i was doing like a lot of people were were this isn't a fall for christmas i got to the point where i can't take anymore just like i made a car that said you know that people could give to their the recipient saying i wanted you home portrait it's coming in so when they ordered were they exciting to get it before christmas like how did customers react what you were now for the ones that ordered for christmas i got two point whereas like i can't deliver anybody after this yeah i was it was never like people were fries we're still ordinarily fine as long as they had something to give their significant other whoever where you would all tired of drawing house yeah i got really i get really tired of it awhile than yeah then i then those orders started drying up and then sir raising prices i got down to like manageable rubble right right that was sounds like it was kind of your your first big fulltime at that point yeah it was like winning my sales marathon map come out in that was a success and then this came out the success he all these houses do retain rights of reproduction of all these houses that you it wasn't anything that i explicitly but in there but it's something that i check up on yeah artists retain the right of reproduction just by default okay so unless the copyright is explicitly passed onto person commissioning you rights yard for higher out right yeah are for higher has to be explicitly defined it wasn't so you could produce a book we next any of these into then i turns after while turns some of these upwards than to greatest hits compilations away home styles of chicago individual home styles like my favorite greystone i hear a bungalow ze yeah those are he really right and which one is it that is in the big sick it's a great movie check it out but there's it's over over the shoulder of a couple of times i think in the movie yes in her apartment that of the lead actress yeah and it's it's the three flat three to flat image the first one that i did yeah i won before you even start everything the one that you felt so compelled the draw that you are up all night yeah drawing it yeah funny how that works i know and it's interesting that that one i had the piece up on my site and sells okays few here and there but it's still the one that really speaks to me that i think i always liked it ends it gets it has maybe some kind of staying power we're still my facebook banner and the one that i will hollywood's putting it in the movie is it's still got a couple more years before the mainstream catches on so as your trendsetting oils marathon map in movie blockers okay yeah i didn't know it was a marathon map was in blockers the.

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"phil thompson" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

06:26 min | 3 years ago

"phil thompson" Discussed on Love Your Work

"It and the next to the whole alphabet they've it's daddy there for five minutes minutes right and yeah people like invest their time in something is that makes it worse to them and also providing opportunities for people like grab the work like putting flipper out foot through pick it up literally have it in their hands yes you know most of the time if they pick it up look at it up close they wanna did you know this when you before you started going to shows no not at all just process of discovery and yet just just observing people and yeah i mean that's that's medium shows is like you you take the information gather at analyze it and then do the next one better where did home portrait's start that started in a same here right after i left my job i was working on the marathon that was a case where i just had his vision in my head of enemy any homes like struck by the homes around me and i just had this vision of doing two flats ro and i remember just working on that just one day just thinking about this for long times is a vision so i drew and worth you love architecture always loved architecture and always loved architecture i was a lot of beautiful flats yeah pado but in reflects also sales weird they weren't celebrated them if you extra foundation it's all about deco skyscrapers skyscrapers the the plan of the city hancock building what you're not you know you don't get like the celebration of lights mazing two flats and bungalows and very distinct people live in exactly people live in a few like celebration architecture in chicago a lot of it is for us like what they see in the loop and there wasn't as much or the latest chicago in the one who is so that's the motivation that i have to do the flats and i just remember working on flats like maybe two days or something and just working on the four or five in the morning like yeah i was like so into just time starts melting away yeah that's always gotta finish no you're onto something then yeah finished a man i really like him turn out oh man i could just duties for people i'll do this thinking probably one hundred hundred thousand homes tago lots of homeowners lots of everybody lives in some not everybody live into something a lot of people live in something and the proud of it and hannah comes back to the thing with the marathon map or it's like getting for some asian and i just started out i'm just gonna make a page in my sight using this image and just say i do homeboy shirts that was really just like a paragraph like what it on the site aiding put it on there for you yes she probably did a form it's still the hand coded yeah it was as a still couldn't really do even myself so just a paragraph custom portrait's email me for the price and then i just put that image and then i just emailed it to a few chicago magazines sue chicago like chicago home and garden the first one was win two years and there was just like oh this is cool all right a piece about this i hadn't done a single aboard about this is like the unaccustomed one drawn homes they had i'd only drawn those chicago homes three has this two flats over that wade hour period i think what i was thinking we had also done like now year we did the lean startup out petition so is in the mentality of mvp like a minimum viable product so how can i do something that's like like the grub yeah hans where you just put it out there see how people respond and so i did that go all right about this they wrote the shore right up but it out on their website they put it on the face but on facebook put on twitter here's put backyard gone i just got like some mortars from that and then just flooded orders or wasn't a flood of orders from that point it was baby waters of that point but then probably week later a few weeks later company like thrilla for women they probably came i actually so thrills is probably like company for man is called daily candy oh.

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"phil thompson" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

06:14 min | 3 years ago

"phil thompson" Discussed on Love Your Work

"Now talk about what you have learned do the marathon maps you've you've been doing shows and stuff i think there was a point in our discussions where things started really quick for you as far as understanding what was going to peel to people we're going to buy and i feel like heart of that was selling people in person at shows you that you set boonsak stuff the those piff news i had whereas like doing more stuff reading more pieces would really spoke to me out seek other people just not getting the right you know who's eon four wise in this going like why are people getting sorta realize not everybody is comfortable buying stuff online buying prints online they wanna see person feel now look at at and so just in doing the first shows were actually had like a good amount of inventory and getting great responses this point you have twenty thirty outta shows yeah this time i did a few shows when i just had a few in turn out to be bad because i didn't know what i was doing i remember going to this era where i had i had one products beer bar map yeah and i like had it on a easel frames and then it's just like a stack of them on table why are people buying us they won't beer here to buy you know here to drink beer like it just didn't i don't know didn't look impressive fetig also people are there dragged another to our work walk around to so it's like i think it was more just like learning about just distribution like okay i have something people like figured out okay that's special interest people by verdict asian now what's the best way to get it in their hands out of they actually refer by these things and there's only there's only so much you can do online i think for this category you can definitely sell it online and i definitely get sales online but shows aware really got a good you get a good conversion for the number of people you see versus number people by it's it's their war so last year was kind of first year i like point if you archer shows and have larger portfolios this year is even bigger in terms of the number shows and i'm doing it's just you know you find people just wanna see how they want to buy it and have you learned things about the content of of the work that you know what people respond to what they what they don't oh yeah under percent i think that's another advantage of being there it's laid you see these apps like what the orange that you know show you what your customers are doing on your website but you like they're saying yeah see whether clicking he'd maps and it's like the shows are like what the are angie's of deal like observing them over here they're saying you're the more like was spring to the spouse stuff like easier why they're buying it and then you just do like an informal all informal survey or check out oh it's are you buying this again where are you gonna put this and then you start to learn things like okay when people are buying this thinking about framing and of course we're not just going to thumbs acts on the wall in middle school so then i started thinking about okay how can i make this even easier for people to make a decision so i put up like it's a standard sized frame they're all standard frame sizes eleven fourteen or twenty four and here's a place where yoga michaels they have tons frames on his option or this this route or do this if you're gonna go custom framing like reduce the friction involved in the transaction acres easy as awesome for people to decision don't like the products and a problem yeah give them products so they're probably like decorating place and give them another solutions to the second problem it's framing i remember one of the crucial works being the chicago abc's seeing the way people interacted with that right yeah that was one of those uses where but it up in chicago bc's for people who are listening basically a monument or something in chicago for each letter of the alphabet yeah like as adler is being cops that and put that up and you see people just stop one interact with why for adler used for being they say the.

"phil thompson" Discussed on The MMA Beat

The MMA Beat

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"phil thompson" Discussed on The MMA Beat

"It is easy for pushing t to win that battle this was this was a joke from the get and he's drake ten adriatic i mean we don't see phil thompson five to one dill talk about children and things like that come on have you heard hit them up all time great someways nan chang question guys like i own rib with his own racial identity this is at the core pushy team yeah yeah you have no idea where did you hear about this at all no one day let me let me tell you about choosing monday tuesday push t the client's story and the roseanne thing i mean that was like see the twitter will never be more relevant than it was on on on tuesday what a night for that social and we're doing this on twitter so picture with those yesterday to get your days right yeah this throw me off as well thinking too it was pick okay chuck will weigh in on this i appreciate him up staining back day we would movies for dr we have what us we have what is the most awkward encounter you've ever had with an enemy fighter through the course of your work anyone yes yeah what do you got the john jones thing you think that's awkward it caught me by surprise and and for those that no you ask the question join the club to be fair john needed as my family but they will answer my question that's it caught me by surprise fair enough i had no idea that he was going to his management so yeah so very much call them check definitely has trying to think there was one time in orlando i was in the weight they there's the workout room and i was doing some steep you told me about a walk on steep incline at a certain.

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"phil thompson" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"phil thompson" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The buyer or the seller we'll talk about how to prepare most important of all how to keep that deal on track the closing is straight ahead but first let's go to the real estate today newsroom with phil thompson hi hi stephen trade tensions between the us and china have not dampened foreign suzy for investing in american real estate at least not yet says chris marlin president of lenore international he told cnbc there's always a concern anytime you hear discussions of trade war and that kind of rhetoric amping we haven't seen any meaningful impact on the foreign desire for homes in america at this point and we're hoping not to see that but we certainly have seen no evidence of it thus far marlins says the fundamentals of the us economy are strong and the fundamentals of housing in america are about as strong as they've ever been demand is up and supply remains tight as the spring housing market begins to bloom that combined with changes in federal tax law and higher mortgage interest rates will make this spring buying season the most interesting one in years says the new york times the ultimate direction the market takes the paper says may depend on which stronger longterm fundamentals of supply and demand or nearterm ripples emanating from washington and wall street the times reports that most evidence suggests that the fundamentals will prevail more millennial homebuyers are qualifying for conventional mortgages according to the latest ellie mae millennial tracker sixty seven percent of all closed loans by millennial borrowers conventional the company says that has the highest percentage in two years the ellie.

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"phil thompson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"phil thompson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The buyer or the seller we'll talk about how to prepare and most important of all how to keep that deal on track the closing is straight ahead but first let's go to the real estate today newsroom with phil thompson hi stephen trade tensions between the us china have not dampened foreign doozy for investing in american real estate at least not yet says chris marlin president lenore international he told cnbc there's always a concern anytime you hear discussions of trade war and that kind of rhetoric amping up we haven't seen any meaningful impact on the foreign desire for homes in america at this point and we're hoping not to see that but we certainly have seen no evidence of best far marlins says the fundamentals of the us economy are strong and the fundamentals of housing in america or about a strong as they've ever been demand is up and supply remains tight as the spring housing market begins to bloom that combined with changes in federal tax law and higher mortgage interest rates will make this spring buying season the most interesting one in years says the new york times the ultimate direction the market takes the paper says may depend on which a stronger longterm fundamentals of supply and demand or nearterm ripples emanating from washington and wall street the times reports that most evidence suggests that the fundamentals will prevail more millennial homebuyers are qualifying for conventional mortgages according to the latest ellie mae millennial tracker sixty seven percent of all closed loans by millennial borrowers were conventional the company says that is the highest percentage in two years the ellie.

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"phil thompson" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"phil thompson" Discussed on Around the Horn

"How about you or reside in this position last year last time i checked is not where we were aware i am buying though is steve kerr saying everything's fine he's thrown a little did i mind forgot their the gaz knows that that is an impending disaster and he doesn't want anybody to be the wiser i love that move okay but see a rhetorical question that wanted to he rhetorical as plaski just that they've never been to an eight in the lebrun ever so we had the been at this point pledge break as we'll have to blow with all due respect to everyone on that calves roster there is one prominent veteran he's the same guy who last year a couple of weeks before the trading deadline publicly came out was criticized for it most famously by charles barkley he was upset about that so now you're hearing that this several players upset it's abroad who wants them to do something they've now lost their last five of their less seventy six of their last seven games to golden state he does that they need to do something have the brooklyn pick tristan thompson could you trade demarcus cousins i don't know about that maybe de'andre jordan phil thompson for jordan that's gonna be something that put them over the top here or there will ache that trade let me reason of husband's is that a deal the cavaliers should make not make idea recap should make when you're talking about the future it you leave if lebron's leave and you're stuck with boogie cousin does your center pieces that what you really want i don't know if he's the answer right now or in the future fire silt through the eagles three and a half point other dogs in minnesota this weekend that underdog baz playing shots in chris lom war saturday selling out all over the place in philadelphia israel's you buy or sell the idea these eagles are underdogs and endless damascus wellfires although i mean are by the math but i'm also buying the idea that.

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"phil thompson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"phil thompson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The winter maybe for six months mejdi for good we'll look at how to make it happen how to find the house down south and how to take care of the house back up north while you're away snowbirds is straight ahead but first let's not of the real estate today newsroom with phil thompson the title stephen the house of representatives has passed a bill to renew and overhaul the national flood insurance program or nf ip which was due to expire december eighth the legislation dubbed the 21st century flood reform act renews the nf i for five more years but it also updates federal flood mapping requirements and encourages more private companies to get into the flood insurance market louisiana republican congressmen steve scalise praised the house action this program has had its own financial difficulties and this bill helps strengthen the program helps give some certainty and and frankly it gives some provisions in the bill that are going to make it better for families who rely on this program and the taxpayers of this country who help make sure that we have a stable economy bill now awaits action in the us senate the government says construction of new homes climbed thirteen point seven percent in october to its highest level in a year housing starts came in at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of one point twenty nine million units october experts say september disruptions caused by recent hurricanes in the south have evaporated meanwhile america's homebuilders' are more confident than they've been in months the november national association of home builders wells fargo housing market index finds that builder confidence rose two points from october.

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"phil thompson" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"phil thompson" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Made by hand product and you make through beautiful old fashioned tree swings and they're gorgeous makes one big arguments it hangs trees can hang a mock parts uh they're beautiful are made from recycled and reclaim what she does the fence like the speech would art festival on a couple festivals on the eight and she also sells them to some stores around do we monday but they're great gift item john i could explain them feel a little more dap there her from hardwood two inches insect nest rectangle or or rock phil thompson three swing if you can your that by hand she brave row she news i quarter inch quality back for our exterior marine great growth does a nice isolate connects the seat of the swing and then there's hardware for people all that either on a tree branch strong or order replaced in the uh you know the junk plastic swings that come with us wins that the cool thing is that she's able to engrave on a letters in names and things in the swanks so if someone wanted daughter of slain you could put its names in there she's done swings for weddings and split wedding date in there uh whatever you can dream up i think something like seventeen letters money uh but they're great place he's doing all this plan hans got a nice little shops that up in cumberland right off of engine road and love to take the mortar rachel how to people as people give uh get in touch and learn more about the short of the best thing to do is emailer n m e t h made by hand products l l e e gmailcom the can email her or he's also on facebook if you go on facebook you put in mbh products deal you can see some of the work she is doing it it's really really great and that you know i'm really proud of her and happy that started at great president and of life picked up on the marketing end of it because nineteen years as a free school teacher he's notoriety on a small business and you know she's been getting a lot of coaching from friends and family but marketing and something she could use a hand with uh when we come back i will uh alas the cardi brothers if they can weigh in and give you some advice on how to market the business you listen and.

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"phil thompson" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"phil thompson" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"Welcome to bitcoin's in gravy episode number ninety nine at the time of this recording bitcoin's are trading at five thousand nine hundred and twenty eight dollars each mm hmm now that's gravy man unknown britain welcomed to bitcoin's and gravy in thanks for joining me as i podcast from nashville tennessee the bitcoin epicenter of the south i'm your host john barrett here each week with my trustee siberian husky maxwell right by my side salo maxwell what what what what will we were to bitcoin in losing his true love talking with people about bitcoin and sharing what we learn with youth the listener time listeners thank you once again for supporting the show with your tips and new listeners we hope you enjoyed the show on today's show i welcome into the tree how studio sam jayco and phil thompson of the band the dawn coyote in addition to their love of life performance and studio recording these two talented nashville musicians have a growing interest in bitcoin and the crypto world that is unfolding before our very eyes listeners please join me as i introduce you to these cool cats and their music yes i'm going to be playing a few tracks from one of their albums so stick around for some amazing music with good old american country rifts no no no in the moon.

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"phil thompson" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:30 min | 4 years ago

"phil thompson" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"All of these three digital out it added a wlsam 890 congo's news talk is off bob surrounded mariam irs yana with you did you hear about this phil thompson reporting in the tribune harvey native law rice hawkins is usually all business detective kevin at water on chicago pd but he laughs about a chance meeting with bulls legend michael jordan before hawkins made it as an actor he was your typical broke college student in illinois state university in 2010 he came back to chicago will and was at the roof on the whit he said i was walking out the bathroom and the wager said jordan's here and i'm like it's probably just a ball black dude and they think it's jordan but it was michael jordan so then i was trying to get closer to mike a few months earlier hawkins had become a member of omega sei fi jordan's fraternity hawkins thought that would be his in to join jordan and his entourage in the vip section of on the roof of the wit so he said i'm doing all sorts of barking and channing doing all the calls trying to get his attention mike is just not noticing and then snoop dogs i wanna rockstarts playing and hawkins starts stepping which catches the attention of jordan's friend who waves for hawkins to come over wait so he starts doing that the dance stepping mmhmm that's coal hawkins texts his fraternity brothers back at isu that he's hanging out with jordan but they demand visual prove so he tries to take a recognizable picture of jordan quote and he looks at me and says so how many pictures are you going to try to take dog and quote hawkins thinks sent his feet looks at a random beauty sitting be tween jordan and him and says hey mike why would i want to take this picture of you and i got this fine honey right here then he says three different platters of money come out of nowhere stacks of dollar bills on the same platters that they were presenting drinks with and as men money yup bills and if you know anything about the whit you understand it's on the roof it's an expose roof and uh with the wind starts and then it's raining money off the roof of the whit one tipsy couple hands fistfuls of dollars to hawkins and.

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