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"remax" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"remax" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Remax a commentary by newsradio nine twenty eight and what L. four seven F. M.'s Ron St Pierre governor Raimondo's executive order to wear masks when out in public when into effect on Friday and it's already brought controversy with police on one of the state's largest cities under the new mandate people are ordered to wear a facemask or covering in public places when they can't keep six feet of social distancing the governor saying people can face a civil penalty to if they don't abide by the order well the president of the Warwick police union says the union supports encouraging people to wear a mask but thanks the order goes too far the official statement reading quote we will not stand idly by and allow governor Londos over reaching order and we will certainly not be part of it by enforcing this order against our community unknown whether or not the what would police union's decision not to enforce the executive order will provoke folks to be if the face masks but it does mean the onus now will be on responsible retailers to refuse entry to their establishments to keep shoppers save since that was lead down and tracked on Friday by the way the woman police chief says his department will enforce governor Gina Raimondo's executive order for Rhode islanders to wear facemask despite the police union's position against enforcement now according to the colonel Rick RAF been in Warwick you should regardless of their personal opinions are police officers will enforce the laws just as they always have to protect and to serve the community work police union did post that letter to the committee on its Facebook page on Thursday actress Lori Loughlin thought that she was about to have the charges against her and her husband must emoji and newly dropped after it was revealed that Rick singer the alleged mastermind behind the college admissions scandal varsity blues had taped conversations at the behest of the FBI but U. S. district judge Nathaniel Gorton didn't do that at Friday's hearing in Boston so the charges are firmly still in place for them and for other parents were charged now the fuller house star is a little bit worried Laurie is convinced she did nothing wrong and wasn't expecting the judge decide against her that's what one source explained saying quote despite her setbacks she has no plans to back down from her not guilty plea she strongly believes that singer misrepresented himself and because she thought that he had acted on behalf of the school she feels that she's innocent so to review Lori and her husband are accused of paying half a million Bucks to get their two daughters into the university of southern California S. crew recruits even though neither girl had ever wrote I would never touch the nor and they're saying that the money that they paid where that money was legitimate they were legitimate donations but have yet to explain the fake resumes next up is a trial coming up in October so Lori Loughlin is no nervous that the judge will dismiss charges more Macy's stores are set to reopen today but shoppers should expect some big time changes here's fox's Tonya J. powers fifty more Macy's stores are.

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"remax" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"remax" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

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"remax" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"remax" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Remax center they're not a Brownsburg Indiana and I was still helping buyers and sellers a lot of people don't really know that they can get out there and buy or sell but now it's a crazy time in the market hi I just got a offer accepted I was seventeen offered then and we got the contract so how things are going over last ten thousand over so I mean it's a good time to sell what kind of find out what's three one seven three three nine four one three two thank you Chris welcome to the hammer and I do show what you got Chris yes my name is Chris mark Kris mark insurance and the phone number is three one seven eight one three auto eight one three two eight eight six and I don't want to make any money folks I do love the selling I know what you're talking about hopefully he did the air pistol right tomb welcome to the hammer and I do show Tim Hey guys thank you Helmut Lang furtive I am a postal employee benefits specialist I am able to help all federal employees maximize not only their current benefits but I help them so long to go through the postal employee the ridiculous a hundred and fifty four pages that they need to retire my number is three one seven four five zero three six six two three one seven four five zero three six six two thanks guys thank you can you are next up can you got fifteen seconds.

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"remax" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

10:43 min | 2 years ago

"remax" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Man from remax results also on the line Phil Olsen from Amicale alone talking about all the changes that have gone on even in the last week and taking your calls you can call us at six five one six four one one oh seven one if you have any questions so filled out before the break we were talking a little bit about if you have the opportunity to switch from a government loan to a conventional loan that that would be better we all know that but specifically what would somebody have to be able to do in order to make that happen well if you've got a creative lead but they're not that's going to be really key the the king that the loan officer had a lot of flexibility yeah it's a road blocked as far as all the different programs they have basically what you what to do with that that specific do you go from a to a to a conventional depends on your debt to income ratio of your debt to income ratios are still below I first sat thank you for that to a conventional loan product on the consumer's there how much are they putting down and depending on what the credit looks like now if you'd prefer to have them ready all possible I'm ready at home possible our specific product for first time homebuyers and even buyers that have not yet been within the last three years but the looser credit criteria now the reason they probably that you're not at them after age that maybe the last five maybe fifty box but right now it's really not about payment it's really about getting the consumer to the clothing but are not yeah hello I'm looking up solved that central government loans are not gonna be able to so I went to a conventional loan product and that's what the doctors want right now and you might ask the question why is that that's because there's mortgage insurance to mortgage insurance on the conventional side coverage blunder media late level of mortgage insurance coverage under a year and a half down the road and with the government loan servicer the consumer defaults the servicer is required to make the payments for the next twelve months or they could even bring an action against the consumer to go into foreclosure that being fat right now there's a moratorium very important to all our listeners out there make your mortgage payment if you can't make your mortgage payment talk with your servicer there is a moratorium they're talking about my understanding of the I mean if that they'll take your mortgage payment and put it at the back end of the line for that don't talk with their servicers don't work with their servicers they could be setting themselves up for disaster down the road that is it so let's talk about so let's just go try to drum up a scenario of what so we know that things are changing on the dime right now for everybody so right now what we know is the forbearance they're gonna put the payments on the backend but when we had the down market before in two thousand eight forbearances caught people are kind of off guard and let's talk a little bit about what that did to people's credit back in two thousand eight versus what we think might happen today all right so back in Beirut was reported to the credit bureaus through the credit suppositories the closure and it would be used by and Freddie Mac at the foreclosure we have a totally different situation at this point in time yesterday I spoke with Bob Marley cooling my rap for the credit bureaus I talked with him for about thirty minutes right now he will be happy if they fall conference supposedly Monday or Tuesday all this is going to be reported on the credit bureau it is the opinion it's going to be reported better for the consumer then log back in all nine or they are working through that I don't have anything I can say that a hundred percent other data if the consumer works with the servicer and speaks with them and talked with them the services are working with the consumers at this time I believe that it is not going to be affected but I'm not the one that's going to make that decision well so let's talk a little bit about forbearance but for real estate and mortgage versus forbearance on student loan debt how the differences all right the difference is not that student loan you can be put on a forbearance program based on the fact that you have limited income and you might be put on the forbearance for twelve months or twenty four months and that on the credit report that's not impact your credit score it does not impact the consumer negatively in all night Barrett did impact on mortgage like I said in my understanding that this is not going to impact consumers unlocked the consumers are not working with the servicer and so fell for folks that don't really know what a servicer is the servicer is who the mortgage company sells the loan to and that's who you make your payments to correct absolutely so and I know they're not no I was just gonna say if people need to know how to get a hold of their service or they didn't really know them as a servicer they can just go to their mortgage payment statement the coupon book correct whoever you pay to rock that is who you need to reach out to now is there a special department that you know what that would be the best place to start I know that I was reading somewhere where you need to call and do things by the letter of your last name that would be like so that they can control the trip that flow of these applications from what I'm being told yeah go to your mortgage statement call the phone number I understand right now all times are wait times throughout the industry from what I'm hearing anywhere from eight to ten hours on hold they have to be patient they're gonna have to get that they may end up having to call them back it's my understanding that the customer service department all the major banks and all the major servicers are working with their consumers and happy compassion and humanity with that specific situation but it's really up to the consumer just don't make your mortgage payment folks you do that a year you're potentially looking at not getting the help that you would have received had you reached out to them okay sell sell I think that was a little confusing let me let's just reiterate what that what you mean you and I both recommend if you have the where with all to make your mortgage payment to make your mortgage payment correct absolutely and the reason for that is why the reason for that is the one that we there's so many unknowns right now I mean there's nothing set in stone by either Fannie Mae Freddie Mac the federal government Jeannie mai how can it be reported on the credit report so for those that have the where with all to make your payment make it for those that have the where with all to pay their rent pay your rent payment right now we're seeing I mean it's crazy in the rental market as well you're aware about me yes you know so everybody everybody it's it's a whole train it's a domino effect one person doesn't get paid if it's a hardship on another person another person on another person and so it's important that we all do our part to try and and help everybody out including ourselves felt so let's talk a little bit more about the moratorium on evictions yup my understanding on the moratorium on objections right now all I hear there's a six month moratorium I'm I'm not quite sure if that's a hundred percent correct can you help me out on that many yeah I was hearing something similar but we will have to verify that but never the less if you are laid off and you can't make your mortgage payment similarly you would want to reach out to your landlord and see what sorts of situations that you could work out together right tell yep the other thing I would encourage our listeners to do yeah you talked with the landlord talk with their service server and so let's just say hypothetically you run to the go to your landlord and yeah he hello but I can pay you five hundred see if you can work out a deal with the servicer to pay what you pay because ultimately ultimately mortgage payments are going to have to be paid back and ultimately ranked is going to have to be paid back so I would just encourage people to work with people and I think everybody right now there's so much humanity and they're all there that I think people will walk with you to get you back on your feet if you're going if you're struggling at this time right and so when we come back from this break Phil I think what I would like to talk about is about whether now is a good time to buy still or is it a good time to sell in new.

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"remax" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"remax" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"That's many studio and is remax community for ten seven nine three sixteen sixteen your exclusive W. CBM weather channel forecast make the most out of the dry weather the mild temperatures we have today because we've got some Canadian air cooler temperatures on the way it will see the temperatures drop over the next several days we've got more clouds than sun shine today but we're dry fifty this afternoon low thirties tonight tomorrow it's sunny a little bit cooler forty six Wednesday sunshine forty three the high Wednesday I'm meteorologist Terry Smith from the weather channel for talk radio six eighty WCBS forty nine degrees it's one oh six on Michael Foale Apelles six eighty W. CVM news the WCT and studios are brought to you by save retirement solutions all robber rowly four one zero two six six eleven twenty save for retirement solutions dot com the Rush Limbaugh show starts now on talk radio six eighty WCBS it is expressed by the host of this program have captivated the nation over thirty years the views expressed by the host of this program are documented every almost always right ninety nine point eight or some of the top great to have you here folks as is always the case and if you want to appear in the telephone number is eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two the email address L. rushed cnet dot US right so now the second day of the trump legal team presenting their case which probably a combination of refuting shift.

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"remax" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"remax" Discussed on KOMO

"Remax before and it's one of those deals where they have a they have one of those pod parties that wants to buy that thing and not have to go through real estate they're not going to do that H. willing to make an appraisal they ask for appraisal and he's trying to avoid paying the six percent so what I'm suggesting is I know there's a sentimental value which I think my wife and her sister at there's also a market value so my question is how much do you base an appraisal on it for the sale price out of the of the listings well I mean if I if you know who also part of the box for a minute and just it and put a common sense out on for a second to deal with your question so you know when when looking at the property to to not be emotionally attached to it I would talk all get three different opinions you can get in and you can pay you can pay for an appraisal talk to the praise and get an appraisal and you can have them approach it the the problem with with for an appraisal from a bank standpoint all from a refinance standpoint is that it's based upon the past so in other words an appraisal when I do alone on a property is going to be based on what's the code over the last six months the comparisons that are listed in the appraisal have to be six months old so what that means is what happens if you are in an upswing market with democracy appreciating it two to five percent per month Ole somewhere in between a little bit less but still going up so when you look at it from that standpoint it doesn't take necessarily what that property is but so that's one point yeah you can talk to different realtors and get their point of view what they would list the property what if they were to list it and then there's going to be a price point in between all of that but which that you would sell for now what it doesn't take into account the six percent or whatever that whatever the commission is one of the expenses for selling a home that's not a bad thing because we just talk about multiple office situations all it takes given what given what the property is if you able to market the property and expose the property to the right by a four to a buying pull that says gosh this is the property for me all with two people want to buy the property then there's a little competition and then all of sudden everything goes I mean the price could be a little bit above that per se so it's been proven that probably that are not listed sell for less it's been proven that properties like don't go through the process will also sell for less so high type of just a couple would just coming to a break elected you feedback on that and also have the the guys jump in as well number.

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"remax" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"remax" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Cash call in remax by the way he's my son cation grantee okay so here we are finishing up this ridiculous three years of impeachment they're not working on our big problems not working on healthcare but you're going about twenty eight percent they haven't worked on our college education where people are dying and get going up over thirty percent well you're supposed to be getting three percent raise that ridiculous Jane our health insurance I think other teachers of twenty eight percent college education of thirty percent we also have ranch up sixty percent goes on and on and on they tell us there's no inflation you know why they tell us in on pledging because then they would have to raise interest rates are not going to do that because they don't want to spoil the no interest rate low interest rate party so they can keep the stock market going up which they can take parking space in your head that the market is going up because the economy is doing well stock market has nothing do the economy's going up because interest rates are near zero and these people are pumping money into the stock market because they can borrow money at zero zero even one and a half one point seven percent that's what's driving the market not the economy the economy sucks the economy has been going down economy is decelerating well the market's been accelerating which causes a huge diverges a very negative diversion but you don't have to worry about that my gang members have to worry about that because the only way you're going to make money if they get in your mind it whatever you're being told by these fake business cable news networks it's all garbage third job is to make you feel good she gone by new car their jobs make you feel good go borrow money for student loans their job is to make you go buy new furniture they can do that by pointing to the stock market should look in stock markets going up that means you con was doing well but they're not going to tell you stock markets going up the economy's going down the proof is in GDP numbers a provision earnings numbers they don't lie but they don't tell you that so the way to make money is again is to follow the money and I've been his business over forty years now here's the market was up on here to mark goes down I don't care if the economy's good on give the economy's bad doesn't make any difference to me or my members because one thing I have learned after forty years in this business almost forty five years actually there's only one thing that makes the stock move institutional Monday and cheerleading and cheerleading that's what makes the market go up Israeli institutions are like cattle they follow each other you like cattle hedge funds by G. A. they all by G. that's how it works when the big insurance companies by fat actually all by FedEx or DHL FedEx they all do it together like cattle they do heard should you got to do it and I learned this the hard way tap into that short if you're going to listen to this garbage a.

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"remax" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

11:20 min | 2 years ago

"remax" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"With this from the license fees are licensed realtor from remax results and remind everybody the initial how to get a hold of you as well meaning but let's stop down for a second time out get a hold of you yeah absolutely you can always reach us at AM and red hot real estate dot com but I phone six five one five seven eight two two one eight and we remind people that they should go to your page because there are these ongoing resources for people as they are starting the process of either buying or selling a home absolutely and if you're looking for free market analysis that something that we do offer to all of our listeners so be sure and and reach out to us for that but we're very fortunate to have our general manager Mike manner hiding in studio with us talking a little bit about his wealth of knowledge for the whole I buyer ugly house guaranteed offer all of those things that we're hearing about in the market place now Mike guaranteed offer that's been around for years and years that's not a new thing in the last several years correct no it's not in fact many years ago back in the nineteen eighties a lot of real estate companies used to offer was called a guaranteed sale program and they come out and effectively provide sellers on offer to say okay if you can't sell in the market place in you need to go here's an offer that you can accept if you choose to do so and so it's been around a long time yeah even when I first got my real estate license that there are lots of coaches that talk about the guaranteed sale and so a lot of times are you the person that's offering that guaranteed sale will put a limit on how high a price home that they would do the guarantee for and also they would also offer a certain percentage less than what's the retail price out in the market correct to be able to do that and then possibly also charge a higher fee for doing so so that has always been out there and so I think a lot of people think that this I buyer thing is is just similar to that but no it's it's very simple it is yeah I but I think historically the way the program has operated is been Maura Mandt Pasha level kind of experience in cell wall street's now coming in saying look we can do this in a much more efficient way and therefore we can cut a lot of cost out the at least from our perspective wall street's perspective which means that the money goes in their pocket okay yes rather than necessarily to the consumer's pocket yes so let's talk a little bit about how getting in I buyer offer actually works sure well as we said you can certainly go online and request one we don't believe that that's the best way to do it we really believe that having a real estate professional work with you in obtaining those offers is the best way to do it because they are basically fiduciary they will objectively be able to review but it looks like going down one tracking the retail track and then if you do want to examine an I. buyer offered they'll be able to counsel you on what that looks like everyone's well we want to prise down explain what a fiduciary like how that is is that you're going to have an intermediary this working on your behalf and has your best interests in mind yes and so as a real estate professional when we're working with the consumer we do owe them certain find you sherry duties whereas if they went directly to the I. buyer company what would be the situation well they're working directly with the buyers so they have no one watching out for their interests obviously the IVR companies are watching out for their own interests correct right and so because it is a huge corporate conglomerate you can expect that you know you there's gonna be dollars there it they're very concerned about the the money piece of it yeah from my experience the consumers that I've been talking to their biggest concern is that they're being told that they can keep their house you know just living it like you do and get the best money for possible and no problem no inconvenience but I don't really see it like that the way I see it is that a and and I visited with folks where their houses in perfectly fine condition it's going to require little or no work and so why would you give up all of that difference in what the offer is to retail offer well because the I. bear companies used to words of for what they provide to consumers you're gonna hear this a lot from them that is they offer convenience and they offer a guarantee their offers our our cash there's no financing involved so that makes it easy correct okay convenience and a guarantee perfect so let's talk a little bit about what an offer actually might look like sure so the realistically are are four five parts to the offer depending on the eyewear company that said coming to you with an offer but obviously is the price and as we've mentioned earlier the price can be high it can be low typically what we see are the prices are coming in below retail and I would say anywhere from about five to ten percent of all retail is a fairly common number that we see in the marketplace today so that would be item number one for the benefit of Ann Arbor company bringing an offer to you as a consumer they charge a service fee and that service fee changes depending on the market place that you are in in the country right now locally here in the Twin Cities of companies like open door we know that their fees are anywhere from six and a half to nine percent still offers their fees anywhere from eight to ten percent today currently thanks so that's that's item number two let's talk a little bit more about that yeah so where as in a traditional real estate transaction you don't typically see service fees you see a certain percentage for commission you see like the listing company will have a certain pay out to the buying company and typically you don't see a service fee so when your listing your property with an eye by our company you are chart being charged a commission correct and servicing hi well it's plus backups because they do two different things here all right so when you're selling your home when I bear company your selling directly to a buyer in so effectively there's no real estate intermediary involved okay so the American please simply charging a fee for the benefit of getting their offer in place with you and you accepted their offer okay makes sense a commission from our perspective is look we work for that fee right we're here to help you were a fiduciary for you we provide marketing services and we provide counseling services regarding the transaction okay so there's a difference in what that fee does depending on whether or not a realistic professionals involved or not if you're dealing directly with the I. by our company correct all right okay so the third area is in the inspection and typically day it's very common for all home buyers to get an inspection done prior to ultimately committing to buying the hall we recommend it to obviously to all of our buying clients right correct we think it's a great thing and so I buyer companies do it as well and so we begin to see a little bit of a change in the market place in this is what's happening over time if the I bear company speak developed a reputation for always providing low offers to a consumer all consumers would lose interest okay eventually and say yeah I I know that they offer low prices and so I don't want to deal with them and so what I've companies have begun to do now is they'll give you the retail rate number I'll say okay of this house is worth four hundred thousand dollars will give you four hundred thousand dollars and the buyers jazz cellar just as my goodness that's fantastic well guess what yeah there is no free lunch in this market okay okay and so what they do is now they're going to increase their fees somewhere else in the transaction as we said there's a service fee and in the inspection area what they do is once the inspection is done they monetize everything that's in the inspection that came back to say Hey these are the items that need to be fixed repaired replaced whatever does and they not only monetize the wide at those items but they add a fee on top of that and so this is where the I. bear companies have really become very astute to say look we want to have a reputation in the market place that shows that we pay retail with me because I'm the only thing the only thing the public sees the CRB value right certificate a real estate value once a transaction sold was reported to the county it's the C. R. V. value right right what they don't see is the net the final numbers of the solar walked away with all right in so with the hardware companies are doing is they're padding of course that service fee number there patting the inspection number to a substantial amount of money and then depending on closing cost that's the next item right now closing cost you can't really get away from him no matter which side of the table you're on you're gonna pay those no matter what the last item is with still offer specifically they charge sellers a five thousand dollar what's called hold back okay so this is all cumulative this is All cumulative so this is like one fee for this that and the other thing so the whole back feel let's talk a little bit about that yeah so what happens is that money is placed into an escrow account of the time closing of the buyer A. K. easel has complete control of that money the seller has nothing to say about it and the purpose supposedly of why that money is held in escrow is a solo checks the property to make sure that it's been delivered to them in the condition that they expected it to be delivered to the man and if they find that it has not then whatever money they need to spend to get it to that condition comes out of the escrow account and so how do they calculate the whole back fee is strictly a five thousand dollar flat fee okay so let's just say you have the inspection that's done typically after the offer before the offer it's done after the offer just like any other transaction okay so Zillow chooses the home inspector is that correct are they do but they use a local inspector yeah so the inspector goes and they inspect the property they come up with these things need to be repaired and so then that gets presented to who thank is presented to the seller okay right so they'll come back and say okay now so just like any other transaction that were involved with in the market place there's typically that second round of negotiations takes place yes because okay now we found these things in the inspection report and because of that we want to either have you sell or make these repairs or let's monetize what these involve and let's reduce the price let's do something else let's get a credit back to the buyer let's do something right for the other things that need to be fixed.

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"remax" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

07:29 min | 2 years ago

"remax" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"The cans fee of remax first advantages really we have three twenty three by the way if you have been in New Jersey one one point five listener for some time and you feel the need to vent to one way or the other about what is happening in Washington DC today about the impeachment we're gonna be doing an hour on that in the five o'clock hour in the meantime my a fourteen year old son is expressing an interest in getting a job and stupid may I don't know yet I knew this that you can do it at fourteen of urban like Hey why the hell are you work I should have done this back in April when he turned more take it but what was your first job can you remember what that was one eight hundred two eight three one one point founded this isn't necessarily very first but some of the early jobs is in case it was their first job Stephen Cole bear was a futon frame maker Lin Manuel Miranda went on to great things started working the cash register to McDonald's and those older and started washing dishes so that humble beginnings go let's talk to Joe in Howell your New Jersey one one point five okay my first job I worked at the park and endorse the park there was over in Lakewood New Jersey for a very very long time and I actually work that job until about three years ago I started when I was thirteen years old this is a cool place to work sounds like it I would it was awesome and he was definitely a family oriented orientated place very very local cool screen a good place to get the hang out they are troubled stuff in your skater yourself that's how you got into this I love started out you know what watching the bathrooms stuff like that so many people and again I went on each there for out got close to fifteen years wow wow what made you finally leave what he doing now our record that a parked car as I got older I can you know I had it with you know better package yeah and I would like yeah yeah hi Jo thank you call that a park sounds pretty cool yeah car or you could be a janitor in a family owned grocery store making less than minimum wage just say cookie in Morristown New Jersey one one point five hello hello cookie okay the one about my first job well I mean a lot less than you did I get a dollar eighty an hour doing what I worked at that I work at a seven eleven and it was a far cry from the this is great because I was freezing making fifty cents an hour as a babysitter but the really fun part of the story is the first week I work ten hours I was really excited I'm gonna get eighteen dollars and then I look at his paycheck and it's not eighteen dollars they took all these deductions out I'm a little bit more little depressing walk home I said to my mom not on eighteen dollars what is all this stuff explaining everything the federal taxes the tax he gets to the focal security withholding and I'm like what and you tell me what it is and when you're sixty six you'll be able to call I said sixty six that's fifty years from now I'll be paying my whole life in there probably won't be any money in there and I wasn't too far off a welcome to reality okay thanks for your call Alex in south river you're on New Jersey one one point five the guys love you guys all the time I will is a sixteen I started to bus tables at the local restaurant bar and then shortly after that couple months became a week and then I can get there are rumors like ten eleven years I worked there all through high school college grad school after we got you know the grad school job and while I worked I worked there until they closed in April really kind of on and off and it was just a nightmare and it was completely under the table yeah I didn't know what taxes were in so I got like a real job after grad school but I it was funny I mean for fifty hours with block person and then we made five and as a server yeah but you did better with all the tips how old at least you know back then I don't know if it's changed but how old what what's the youngest you can be and ten bar I think it's eighteen yeah it is isn't it weird I remember it was something like I knew what was under twenty one like you you concern it but you can't drink it and yet you can make edits them and hand them out yeah that refer her to her because I was nineteen I started bartending people ask me you know what I recommend and I would you know in college and that I didn't know anything yeah and that you didn't know it if you do he email bartender did you get hit on constantly I'm not constantly but fairly regularly I work it was a family owned bar by you know occasionally had yeah the late night crowd so for different kind of place it would have been constantly probably I had some of the best and I yell at them or any of those records people a good job were you and I'm sorry how old were you did you say you were fifteen when you started I would when I sixteen people we haven't seen when I first so we tried okay the first night when you started to waitress were you scared to death verified I hereby I would argue more terrified when I had the four times I did not want to be a bartender could back there you're you're just out on the way for everyone said the CEO and but I was super shy with your help that it broke me out of my my cell yeah you're kind of your kind of forced to talk to people maturing too yeah all right Haley things in that story with us all right what about you what was your very very first job one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five time for the news at three thirty now the latest New Jersey news from NJ one one five dot com the former Olympic equestrian arrested after police say he shot at ten and at his long valley riding facility this summer has been indicted on two counts of attempted murder Michael garrison also faces a weapons count in the indictment handed up by a Morris County grand jury and made public today authorities have said the August seventh shooting followed a lengthy dispute involving the fifty four year old there is on and 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02:39 min | 2 years ago

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"At remax dot net interesting enough I think wouldn't rules one of those areas while its proximity to four or five into Redmond and to you know to the east side it's very you know overseas right there but wouldn't bill stretches out a long ways because all goes almost all the way to do all right but there's great role private properties out that the answer is to stay living in your still closed everything you know twenty within twenty minutes of with Amazon town Redmond or way Kerry out on Avondale I think that's a it's a fantastic area to live our agree you know in a and the most those areas you have a notional school districts as well so great schooling looks like a great properly they really is amazing what she's done she's an internet sensation this gallon just amazing what she's done and what the property and just beautiful country living so again with a new loan limits all those properties actually will qualify for the high balance loan with five percent down we think about that you can get a probably for three quarters of a million dollars full fight for five percent and who better to call the new Chris to have you help them with their financing and make walk people through such a you know a lot of documents someone I you're so good at it yeah and the earlier the better yeah I mean it's not going to buy for a year you need to call then why is because you can help people you know deuce tweak certain things to get their credit up and get better price right so the credits it's also the assets you know if you're putting money aside in full putting money down it you know everybody complains about the old gosh they want my first bowl draw and all that it's only because of the fact as multiple dot you know one document can lead to another document can lead to another document especially if you move money around between accounts and you could warn them about that because that happens a lot where people transfer money they don't realize it and if they're talking to you but I had a time they won't have a nightmare closing well we want to keep it simple we'll talk a little bit more about that maybe in the next segment folks the number to the show's eight full full talk one on one right now when you come in and switch to T. mobile you get the amazing iPhone eleven pro on us iPhone tennis traded aren't these mountains majestic joke are you even looking I'm posting these amazing pics I took with my iPhone Levin pro it has three cameras whoa those picks are amazing and you have service to T. mobile their new single goes farther than ever before then you can look up whether these are bear tracks right where we could just run going to.

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01:35 min | 3 years ago

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01:45 min | 3 years ago

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WJR 760

08:21 min | 3 years ago

"remax" Discussed on WJR 760

"Listening to remax real estate insights and we're talking about marijuana in what's a recent legalization is going to meet for homeowners for landlords and for communities what we've covered so far as if you're buying a home you want to make sure that you and your agent are on the look out for signs that perhaps it's been a grow house there may be some additional inspections are air quality tests that you want done I'm your host genet Schneider in back with me is Ryan my law he's an associate with remax suburban in sterling heights so right we talked a little bit about your buyers you buying home where there's been evidence of of potential growing operations in there let's switch gears and talk about landlords is there any specific language that landlords maybe should be putting in their leases are are they allowed to put in their leases to protect their property and their interests yes one hundred percent and I have three conditions that I approach my landlords with you that they allow it or don't allow it or they allow it a portion of it in some of that language I have is at the end of the lease always put it depends on the landlord sure the three conditions the use of tobacco and cannabis in accordance with state law is allowed on the premises prior written consent of off from the landlord is required okay before medical cannabis may be grown on the premises okay so that's one another one is this is a non smoking residents no smoking including medical marijuana inside the home or on the premise is permitted however consuming medical marijuana with a vaporizer or cannabis animals tonics drinks which I didn't even know existed or concentrate would be prevented so there's another one and another condition is no recreational or medical marijuana needy grown or consumed on the premises by the tenants or gas without the prior written consent of the landlord and did I mention that I wanted to call this a podcast instead of a pot yeah but that was it if they can't wait to do it your way of doing that so what we'll I'm because ultimately landlords are the owners of the property and they and what I think first step for them as they need to make a decision they need to take a stake kind of a stand on where they're going to be that they're not allowing it at all like you said which is one of the options right right off or the allow it under certain circumstances or prior written consent I mean they have to be clear on what they're going to allow and no landlord should ever allow it tended to grow inside their home okay in in their property from your perspective what what's the I guess was the risk or the downside for the landlord if they're Littler landlord wants to transfer that property and uses the title company that won't allow a title transfer because the how the house was used as a marijuana grow facility that and he might have issues transfer the property after dacha and I'm guessing that that's not something that a landlord wants to have issues with self correct yeah the thing is as and I did a little research on that some of the what I came up with also said that a limb or should be talking to their insurance carrier to be clear on what impact that could happen if there's a claim down the road so again if your landlord you need to have your ducks in a row on the US now what yes let's just go down the what if gene a little bit the land or did have a clause in their city what he or she would would or would not allow but the tenet disregarded that in the end they when they had and they they they grew on the the property without permission of the landlord kind of what's the landlords next steps if that happens so the landlord should file a police report just stating Hey this is is my least they're not supposed to grow marijuana in in my on my property just so that landlord has that and then start the addiction process with that tenet of course they have to give written notice Hey you're in violation of the lease and at that point certification process and then if that learnt landlord does want to sell after that time it has been addicted or or after that period even after another tenant at least yes the police report stating that it wasn't him who use the process for marijuana grow it kind of that paper trail the kind of cover you know cover your back and trail there for the landmark correct because I think federal leave what people are into companies are free love is the owner of the property who does grow that owner is attached to that property and that could be federally sees catcher block is the guy that goes to the point that while legal in Michigan it's still illegal at the federal level which kind of create some interesting scenarios for the time being I'm I'm guessing yeah already well let's go to I mean look I was just I guess kind of pivot again and switch gears and talk a little bit about municipalities so now we can add to the mix that you know just like landlords are taking a stand communities are taking a stand there making decisions on whether they're gonna opt in or opt out what are you seeing in the market and in the areas that you're familiar with so since the approval of prop one I'm noticing a handful of municipalities opting in Mostar opting out in realize even though a municipality may opt it it may be only for one specific license like transport or growth marijuana growth it in some municipalities some of them might not want the dispensaries and along with that there are certain ordinances that the license holders have to comply with and their strict strict rules on in that application at the state level is about three inches thick so so lots of paperwork there now we we we've been talking about I guess licenses are different ways that it can get approved you can opt in or out of certain things as I understand it you can either be a retailer you can apply to be a processor a grower a transporter or micro businesses so there's a variety of options that individuals that might be interested in this can go but then those are also the different areas worse that you can choose to opt in or opt out right correct and there's also the safety compliance facilities westerns personnel that visit the locations to make sure that each marijuana growth operation is in compliance according to what the ordinance says per city that shop so I'm aware that there are some school districts out there that have been reaching out to parents with the their concerns over having large scale operations you know in their communities e.on you're kind of requesting your kind of a call to action by parents to reach out to local officials and things of that nature is this something you've heard of because schools are so tied typically done to her to the housing market I mean good good education good education system this is a match is good your values and homes and vice versa what are you seeing on that and the thing I I have not seen that aspect of it but what we do know as buyers agents that if there's a certain amount of the public in keep in mind that vote was fifty almost fifty fifty on right and it was approved some people don't want to live next to to these marijuana grow facilities dispensaries and as buyers agents we need to listen to our buyers and make sure that we know which Manasseh pill with disparities are opted in opted out if the if some are up to then what did they opt in for we gonna protect our clients and protect ourselves because there's a lot of liability when it comes to being a buyer's agent for at absolutely and and I mention this to you is is you seem to be really doing a good job of as being yourself of really going out there trying to find all the information that you can to be a good resource you know for your clients but clients do bear some responsibility to do their own due diligence is are their websites they can go to can they talk to the local municipality if they're thinking of buying in that area and find out you know for directly from the horse's mouth if you will what's going on I think the best website that a buyer can look up for the medical marijuana facilities is the mystic and the Lara site Michigan licensing and regulatory affairs okay then they can go there and and I know I've gone out there too and it it does list things well thanks to Ryan Milo for sharing what he's seeing and hearing about the recent legalization of marijuana and how it's already impacting the real estate.

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"remax" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

09:36 min | 3 years ago

"remax" Discussed on WJR 760

"Welcome back to remax real estate insights I'm your host genet Schneider recent data suggest that fifty three percent of all home sellers today our first time sellers this means there's a lot of folks out there who bent through the process of buying a home but haven't yet experienced the process of selling a home in selling a home is a different process with different responsibilities in action item to get what most sellers want a home that sold in the shortest amount of time at the best possible price and while the market has certainly favored sellers for the past several years this doesn't mean selling your home quickly or successfully is a given you still need to put in some effort to yield the best results in joining me to talk about first time sellers and how they should prepare their home is Machon them off ski she is an associate with remax suburban in sterling heights welcome to the show Michelle thank you for having me genet all my pleasure I really like the topic of first time sellers because I feel and maybe it's just my perception is that there's a lot of tips for first time buyers there's a lot of checklists and tips and advice for first time buyers I don't think there's as much for first time sellers I think it's great we're talking about this and I guess that's their right at the beginning if there's some potential sellers out there maybe they're not quite ready to pick up the phone and talk to you but what what do you want first time sellers to start to do to prepare their home first and foremost the biggest thing that I would suggest is to de clutter your home start thinking about things that you really don't need in your home and that you can put a way to make it more appealing to potential buyers okay so now let's say the time has come so they've done a little bit of that they're looking around there start to do some straightening in in some de cluttering up it's time that they call you there's an okay now we're serious you know we we we kind of you know done what we can do without an agent now we need to talk to somebody kind of what's your procedure for working with somebody once you get that phone call with me it all starts with the initial phone conversation collecting information about the home finding out the sellers motivation to move where they're going to be headed and then from there we schedule appointments to make to meet and that's when my homework begins okay so I think it interesting point in I guess so what your input you know on this a little bit is it seems like a lot of folks that are willing to share a lot of themselves online you know social media post on here I. meeting this I'm vacationing there they're willing to share a lot of information but when it comes time to talk to the professionals like doctors or realtors all of a sudden we try to keep everybody at arm's length a little bit a little more guarded but communication is really critical between a real estate agent and their client isn't it I mean you really need them to be honest about what they're trying to accomplish it certainly is especially when it comes to their largest investment yeah absolutely which I think a lot of people often kind of forget that's what a home really it really is in in there it's sold more emotional sit down then like maybe money in a four oh one K. staying right already well you mentioned that the after the initial call with the client is really where your homework began so take us you know kind of what are you doing what date are you looking at in what are you doing behind the scenes at that point I use data collected to search for homes on the market that have recently sold are active or recently under contract I'm comparing apple to apple of the homes features and this helps me appropriately price the home for the market from here I complete my market analysis and meet with the sellers to actually view the home go through it and talk further about where their house places in the market what they can expect to sell it for and what we might need to do to get it ready together okay so kind of first episode they reached out you they've called you know your son is okay now that I have the address understand you know where you're moving and maybe some things like that I'm going to get paid to do my research as an agent and then I'm going to show up we're gonna meet face to face to face so you come out you're armed with some data on you're gonna discuss among other things pricing do you find that most first time sellers are appreciative of all the research that you've done in the data that you kind of bring with you that you lay out during the course of the station or nowadays because we've been in the market for a number of years now where it's a seller's market in the you have to be living under a rock to not have heard this phrase do sellers think Paul I can just put access to your hockey price on my house and there's gonna be a buyer willing to pay or do they really listen to your advice my experience has been with first time sellers is that we discussed the data that I provide to them and my advice is a trusted professional and many times they do end up going with what I recommend because I have the data to back it up it's not just a matter of looking at various sites online and telling them what they think their home is worth I'm actually out there telling them realistically based on proven data what they can expect to get for their home in this market and many times they do go with my recommendation and me as a raging as well too well I mean that's part of what they're getting is it because I'm you know nowadays in there's good and bad and that's there's a lot of information that's available online but what they really want is what's truly happening in the market not speculation not you know yeah then it's what's what's trending what's happening so you talk price in let's let's exit something that they've agreed on a price they're ready to let us they're ready to really take the next step they have chosen you as the agent what do you do next to get the home ready to go on the market it's a great question I prepare my sellers realistically for what they can expect to happen next and I get my recommendations as to what they can do to get the home ready for market going to room by room for many sellers it's mine or minor removal of family photos for others it's necessary home repairs the way I look at it was sellers is that your home is your biggest asset and you want to maximize the most amount of money you can get for it this goes hand in hand with how it shows so whether you're first time seller someone who hasn't sold a home in twenty years or even though that just sold a few years back and need to sell again the theory is always the same with me number one I'm the agent here to tell you what you need to hear not what you want to hear rather that relates to price or condition and number to your home is your biggest asset I wanna do everything you can to get the most amount of money out of it what I want to highlight something that you just said you that as an agent there to tell them what they need to hear not necessarily what they want to see here in in in my world I think the phrase I've I've often uses the way we live in the home and the way we show home are two different things and from first time seller perspective all homeowners tend to have pride in their home and your now here they have aged coming and saying well but you need to make some changes you know whatever that may be cosmetic painting you know cleaning whatever cluttering whatever it may be but you're saying is from us from a for especially first time sellers who haven't been through this you're not coming in to pick on their decoration struck dials in in choices per se but you're really approaching it from the home is the in an investment and is it hard for someone to take the emotion out you know when you're given the feedback on what you need to do the city needs to do that and really have a view the home as a financial investment that hard for a lot of folks yes it is I mean this is their home after all but now it's gonna be someone else's home and this is what they really need to prepare for that they're not going to be living in this home for the rest of their lives and their certain things we need to do to get ready for the next something that's going to come in and make it their home yeah it is it like I said I I think we don't want folks taking it too personally when there is some recommendations that are being made because we're doing it for the for the right reasons if you want to say that so I think being a first time seller can be a bit bitter sweet I think there's a lot of first memories that come with the typically the first home is the first holiday function you host the first home improvement project maybe the first child of so what can sellers do to prepare it kind of put all of those first kind of in the back burner well I tell my clients to think about what you would want to see when you walk in someone's home so when I'm meeting with clients and we're talking about putting the home on the market now that this is no longer going to be their home after we sell it where they need to do to get ready when they need to do to prepare for potential buyers Cummings is home and looking at it as their home so I always tell my clients you don't wanna be side tracked by everything that the home has an eight so which means of removing some of the clutter so in essence de cluttering anything that doesn't need to be out take down the family photos clean the counters off remove all the extra plants and religious artifacts in essence turn your home into a builder's model you want to highlight all the house offer so when people walk in and they see all those features and things that you loved about it when you bought the home now we want to be able to show it to them so that they get just excited about it as you did when you were buying it so it's kind of that old adage of less is more you know I mean it's like your take away don't let him get sucked into how cute the baby is or look they have an autograph Jersey from from sports player take those things out of the mix so that the home itself is the star of the last star at the shell they're not there to buy those artifacts they're there to buy the house we want to show up yes that's really what I'm paying attention to what we're talking with Michelle the mafia associate with remax suburban in sterling heights when we come back we're going to continue the conversation about first time the sellers excuse me and discuss the importance of the proper work being done before the homes on the market along with some other details in leader we take up the condo verses ranch debate is not having all the maintenance and upkeep worth the fees that you're gonna pay your before you downsize what do you actually need to keep in mind we know that buying or selling a home can be a little stressful especially if you're a first time buyer seller after all you don't do this every day but remax agents still in fact remax agents have done this millions of times and they have the experience to help you go from for sale to sold divine properties or agent near you gotta remax real.

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WJR 760

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"remax" Discussed on WJR 760

"Okay. So one of the things I know I 'cause Remax has been involved with the preschool ANSI n since nineteen ninety two and I'm going to date myself a little bit and say, I was around when that relationship started. So it's. Been really nice to see it. Grow over the years, you know, kind of how it's AbdIn float and where we're at today. I what I've always liked about it is that not that there's not a need for a quick -ment, you know, or for whatever the hospital, thinks the money needs to go. But I've always loved that we've had the ability to kind of own a program, if you will, and get to know, parents and family that are that are part of it. Which, I guess, is going to bring you into the equation here. You are appearance of who's had a couple of children, actually go through the preschool, can you share a little bit about your experience, kind of what led you to the preschool start with. Well at my have different issues. My first son was speech delayed and had a moderate. And. The group and then the preschool was a natural progression from their recommended by between which pathologists in the department and I could not have been happier with the program. They excellently and expertly took care of my son came out of their finding his voice finding his ability to articulate what he wanted to say without being misunderstood. And then eventually go onto a typical preschool program before starting kindergarten, which is fantastic. And I guess this leads to be there on a flip this back to you. Initially is the preschools kind of a hidden gem. I mean, not everybody in the metropolitan area really knows about this preschool, who's this program foreign in how would parents, I guess, kind of come across your this is something that they should be asking about. Absolutely..

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MyTalk 107.1

11:31 min | 3 years ago

"remax" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"With Remax results, I'm gonna go out my house here. She is your host Mimi schoneman. Yes, she is here. Mimi showed him in your host of the red hot real estate show. And you're super real estate agents are licensed realtor with Remax results. Good morning Mimi morning. Hello. Hello. Hello. I know it's supposed to be out there in the market. But we mean that's because lots of action going on not the actual temperature heard the discussion on another show on on mytalk the difference between hot and spicy. So our market hot or spicy. Well, it's definitely busy. Okay. Ben. And that's a good thing. So considering you know, we're all you know. Here's the nice thing when you're selling your house in this weather. Yes. You know that these buyers are committed true true just to be out and get out and go, and we were just saying earlier that it's really good never thinking that you know, that you can't sell your house right now. Like, oh, nobody's gonna come look at it. It's too cold. There's people out there that are interested. No. I mean, there absolutely is. And so, you know, you definitely don't have to worry his Super Bowl has happened. Right. And now is the spring market, right, especially so we want to encourage any of our sellers that have got questions on what they need to do to get ready for the market today show is for you her effect because we're gonna be talking about the next two weeks. What you need to be thinking about in order to get your house ready for the market. We also encourage you to call and you can ask your questions of Maimi of six five one six four one one zero seven one and you'll still get those. Guys, those things to consider when buying a home and things to consider when selling a home. Yes, absolutely in our producer Sanni can take your information, and we can get those out to you. So they're really good. A good place to start to put your nose in read a few things the best thing if you're thinking about selling is to take advantage of a free market analysis that we offer to all of our listeners. It's absolutely complementary. And it's no obligation. Right. All you have to do is call and request that our number in the week six five one five seven eight two two one eight Mimi what's involved in that market analysis when I call you. So, you know, it's interesting because I was actually helping a friend out of state do some research on a property a land property, what goes into a market analysis is typically you take within a mile radius. If at all possible, the homes that have sold closest to yours. Okay. And then you try and take a sampling of the homes that are most like yours. Okay. And so we. The number of bedrooms, the number of bathrooms the square footage that type of thing. Yes. So also, the style of the house, so you wouldn't really compare rambler to two story or a split level. Okay. So you would want to compare it most that you can exactly the same. And it's a good idea to have at least six okay in the last six months. So it gives you a good sampling. And so then from that we go into the MLS database and look at the history. Okay. And go back through the notes that we see we go back through the photos, and we pick the homes that we believe are closest match to yours and the interesting thing with properties when you're trying to do market analysis. It's not just as simple as just, oh, you know, the home down the street us, just like my built, you know, two years different every home has its own DNA. Okay. And each homeowner puts their own stamp on what that DNA looks like. And so some of the things that you. Will have done to your house that would be considered maintenance versus upgrades. Okay. So I think that gets a lot of people confused. I think my house should be worth more because I painted it last year or my house should be worth more because you know, that new Nolan flora put down in the bathroom or windows. Exactly. Okay. Gotcha. So some things are going to be more valuable and some things are going to make you more sellable. What about those inbetween things like the curb appeal things like I redid my driveway? Well, you know, here's the thing. If you put yourself always in the other person's shoes. Yes. Think about it. If you're a seller, you think about it from the eyes of the buyer right now. Okay. And I tell you what if you that's difficult for you to do then you should take us up on a free shopping trip. Okay. And because you will start to see things differently. You'll start to see. Oh, okay. So that house was really nice, right? And they've done this. And that my house doesn't have that. Or my house is better than that. Okay. And so you want to put yourself in the eyes of the opposite that you are. So if you're seller you wanna look at it from a buyer's perspective. And so if that's probably very eye opening for people because it's very difficult. And you've mentioned this before me to take the emotion out of your home and go, no, this is a house that I am now trying to sell if you can get your mind wrapped around just just starting to to not even call it a home. Okay. Or even a house call it a property fair enough. Yes. Real estate. Okay. This is what what it's going to be now because. A house is a home, right? And it has emotional connections. And a lot of things go on in a home. And that's why it's an emotional thing when you're working with your real estate professional. That's what we're here for because it's not emotional for us. We see that it's emotional for you. We watch you watch you go through all of the process of of thinking things through we watch your body language when you're going through the property, we watch you have a meltdown in the hallway because you know, you missed out on another house because it went into multiple offers. So we're gonna talk about things for sellers primarily today. But if you're a buyer out there, and you've got questions to we absolutely want to talk with you and one good place for you to start. Both buyers and sellers is to register on our website view. Greater Minneapolis, homes dot com. Right, and you can start looking at property. They're absolutely browse to your heart's content, and you can see you can contact us through the system and make appointments and as. A good time for any of your hunker down anyway, and you're still in hibernation mode, and you need motivation. Yes. This is a good time for you to go. I could be doing that right now. Well, I think you know, it's it's really tough. When it's when we have weather, right? And then people are going. I don't know what to do. I really don't know where to start. I just you know, should I just wait until all the snow is over with. Well, here's the thing. They're still buyers here in Minnesota all the time year round that are looking in needing good properties. Right. And the closer you wait to may the more competition you're going to have and it's going to put pressure on your price. Okay. It's also going to put a lot of pressure on you for condition because everybody's going to be comp- comparing to that model home that they're seeing that they're able to go into now with a beautiful spring flowers, and and everything and the green grass so especially right now if your yard and look like nothing. Take take a shot. You know, like all that landscaping. I really need to do. Now. The great time to get get gone. Perfect. So anyway. We encourage you to take advantage of all the links that we have posted on the show page here at mytalk one zero seven one right fantastic resources out there for every like every little niche that you might fall into right? Exactly. So just the kickoff. What we're talking about the things that you need to be thinking about over the next two weeks to get your home ready to sell the biggest thing that I think that I can encourage you to do is the psychology piece. Okay. Okay. So you say to yourself just like we said a second ago. This is not my home. My real estate is my investment, I'm going to be smart about this. And it's it's kinda like you just make the mental decision to let go. Okay. You probably helps you even like the other things that you're about to give them advice. Makes it a lot easier to make those decisions if you go. This is my real estate. How do I MAC maximize it exactly? And then if you can take yourself back to the moment in time when you bought that house. Okay. Feel yourself as you are. Are making your offer on that house feel yourself as you are walking in for the first time that you own it. And the things that you saw that you didn't see before you actually owned it. Right. And all of us know that even if you've never bought a house, you know, what it's like to move into an apartment and go didn't see that. Yes. You know, if I'd only seen that. I would that would've asked this question. I would ask for this or are wouldn't have to change that because we all get in there and go Dag gone. It that platter won't fit in the cabinet. Right. Not that that's a deal breaker on real estate. But you want to start thinking about those things that you thought when you first moved in because that's what your buyers are going to be thinking about. So once you start doing that. Then you wanna make a checklist in your just go ahead and write them all down. Okay. Go through and say yet, this bug me, I fix it or didn't fix it. And you want to also just start checking that list often if there's little things that you can do to make that space a little bit. Better than you're definitely going to want to go ahead and do that. So anything that you maybe went? I thought that was weird start working on it now. Well, I meet with so many sellers that say gosh, it bugged me when I moved when I moved here. But I never did anything about it. Okay. Here. A whole lot of kitchen stuff bathroom stuff. I didn't finish the basement, and you know. Live with those stairs. And I live with the carpet. I never liked it. I never painted that room because I didn't I never used it. I was just a it was a storage room. And I hate that color. Okay. The kinds of things you want to go ahead and put your checklist together. And when you're talking with your real estate professional, those are the kinds of things that we can help you with. Here's why though subtle things matter because photos are everything. Okay. Okay. So you can put the same exact house with a neutral wall or an orange wall or a neutral wall or a blue or you pick the color or wallpaper. Okay. Okay. Put those same two rooms on the internet when you're shopping for property, and which which house is gonna look better. Well, the neutral one most of the time unless it's really well decorated space. Okay. So you've got about oh, fifteen seconds to capture somebody's attention on online. Especially with photos, and I can tell you what when you're flipping through photos. It's seriously like like going through a newspaper. Boom, boom, boom, boom, boom. Just like that. Yes. And then people will stop on the ones, and it's actually measurable where your eyes go to. And so if you if you're not able to visualize that call us that is something that we're specialists in in looking at property, and knowing what's going to matter, and what's not going to matter. Well, we are going to cover some more tips on what you should do in the next two weeks to sell your house. We're also going to talk about a great contest that we had going on. We're gonna announce a winner at the end of the show we are. And we're happy to take your calls at six five one six four one one seven one. We'll be right back on the red hot real estate show, the Colleen and Bradley show. Chris Pratt.

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"remax" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

14:04 min | 3 years ago

"remax" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Remax. The mission of saving America, as we return to the Sean Hannity show. A lot of breaking news. There's an interesting, I think remarked by new Gingrich, he put out, and it basically, it's amazing speaker Pelosi refuses to put the state of the union invitation to a vote she clearly knows that house would override her. She's being petty obviously in doing so I you know, I gotta say one thing. I I'm not even so sure I probably would be enough Democrats, you know, that do this. Now, I read over the constitution twice. Now. I'm not gonna do it again. Article two section three. The president has the authority to go through with this president can do it in the Senate. But to see the reasoning the rationale behind this key, this this is about her hating him, the new radical extreme Socialist Democratic Party, just they all they are. So they're like the media and BuzzFeed there, so blinded by their hatred of Donald Trump and all things Trump, so blinded by the they can't even see that. This is now a president saying drugs. Life death matter to me more than you know, whether I'm going to speak at the in the house chambers for the state of the union, and it's too important. And we need to save lives and fundamentally that's what he was elected to do. The duly elected president now, she's elected, but she's elected by o- other Democrats fairly, by the way. If we're going to be honest, you barely got through. So all right. Let's get to our phones. Jim is in Raleigh, North Carolina. What's up, Jim? How are you? Glad you called, sir. Hey, sean. Thank you. Thanks for the political. Grunt work that you do every day. Thank you just handed the president a golden opportunity, of course, she should take it. Dude, you realize what this looks like she literally has candidate the mantle to Trump. And he should take it and run with it. Absolutely. Just go do it because of his constitutional authority to do. So. Yeah. That's exactly right. You know, what's going to happen? You're to get look, I I honestly I just love. This fact that somebody that we sent to Washington. He's he's the opposite of a politician. For example, every politician tries to hide there. How do you say there are other self? You know, they always make the perfect pitch presentation. You know, everything is thought out they never are real. He's not like that. He wears who he is on his sleeve, but the one thing, you know, people say, well, I don't like that he writes on Twitter. I'm like, well, the same guy that you know, writes on Twitter and fights with people is the same guy fighting now to stop drugs from coming into our country and to prevent bad people from getting into the country. And that is what we say we want all the time. From elected officials right now, we got exactly. That's exactly right. That's exactly right. So whatever imagine if he was in good. He was in. Can you imagine if you were in a venue in a city, or whatever Sean that crowd would be on their feet the entire speech? What do you think they're gonna do in Washington? There's so much distraction and so much dysfunction going on in DC right now, take it to the people. It is after all a state of the union speech. Right. It's not a state of Nancy Pelosi's, mind speech. Well, it's not it's not a state it is. But I'll tell you what what would you want? My prediction, by the way, you know, who's going to be in a box in that moment. And I actually think it will happen. That's going to be fascinating to watch. The news media member there. There are tied at the hip manufactured crisis. The Democrats say they say it what's the media going to do? Well, it's not the way we usually do the state of the union. Should we cover it? Guesses. I predict they probably would go Pelosi. That's how sad is that? But yeah, or they might they might know that that is a bridge too far, especially after BuzzFeed, you know, they have been exposed. They will never be never. It will never die down the branding of fake news ever. Go ahead. You get the last word whoever whoever carries that speech on the ratings are going to go through the roof for that speech. And for that night. I guarantee it special edition Hannity album cover live. No problem. Lutely. Absolutely welcome to Hannity. We now go to the president. Yeah. What? I said keep up keep up the great work. Absolutely. That would be great. All right. Jim. I love all my friends in North Carolina. A lot of friends in North Carolina and South Carolina and Florida. They do just whatever North Carolina particular. So there's a there's a group called Linda found this constitution, center dot org, can the house delay the state of the union address, actually, raise it as a question after the letter the Pelosi said it cetera et cetera. And I just read you the article two section three of the constitution, which is the applicable clause of which we are discussing here. It says it's commonly understood that the latter part of the passage about the president's ability to convene congress on extraordinary occasions is usually related to the presidential power to bring congress back in session. During a recess or a German and the Justice department website. They point out includes in opinion from assistant attorney General George Washington from about nineteen forty-seven about president, Harry Truman's requests for congress to deal with domestic legislation during an adjournment after fact. They had at the time, you know, questioned the constitutionality of Truman's requests. The president has the power under article two section three of the constitution to call a special session of the congress during a current German Washington concluded the last such session was July twenty six nineteen forty eight. After Truman issued a presidential proclamation. Convening congress. They write their opinion is while it's unclear the president could compel congress to convene a joint meeting to hear a state of the union speech during a congressional session. Well, Reagan did delay his nineteen eighty six state of the union speech, which was scheduled on the same day as the challenger disaster. But the customs since nineteen thirteen has been for the president to appear before a joint session of congress for the state of the union address. But you go back again to article two section three that, you know, he may meaning the president on extraordinary occasions convene both houses me. He doesn't say she says he. Or either of the meeting house or the Senate, but read the last paragraph getting there. And in the case of disagreement between them with respect to the time of a German. He may adjourn them to such time as he shall think proper any show receive ambassadors et cetera et cetera. Now, let me get to the last line. The last paragraph, but given the letters wording. Okay. But and then it goes on while, but given the letters warning I'll go right where you want me to go. Thank you. It is unclear what would happen if the president insisted on giving the traditional speech to congress on January twenty ninth in any event. It's clear under article two section three that the president does have the ability to tell congress about the state of the union in a way, he sees fit. These also and also there is implied duty for the president to report on these state of the union. Granted they did it different ways in the past. They would just send over letter, but the clerk read it, that's not the custom. Now. This is going to be fascinating. Because I gotta tell you something I could see Donald Trump Dylan any of those things how you what he's not going to do. I mean, if you listen to the president today. And I don't know how it's all all ultimately gonna play out. I really don't one way or the other. He's fighting to the end to get the money for the wall. The congress is going to eventually say, all right. Give us this in this. We'll take this. And they settled in the mental whatever. Or he's going to declare a national emergency probably up to fight through the courts. There'll be a series of court shopping cases, probably California, Oregon anything that's going to drive it to the ninth circuit court of appeals which later will make it to the supreme court where they have like an eighty five percent overturn rate their overturned by higher courts by the supreme court. Fascinating times, really are amazing. Imagine a politician looking at this issue for what it is life and death. At about safety and security. What does Nancy looking out for? What does Nancy one Mark San Diego? What's up, Mark? How are you? You're a great American patriots. Will you too, sir? I think the best way to describe Pelosi's blatant dishonesty. Absolutely. Past. Pass it. That's such a such a great point. Isn't it? Very very exciting that we have to pass the Bill. So that you can find out. What is in it? I think we ought to pass the legislation for the wall. Find out what's in it. You sold me. You know, I think you just need to call the president. Oh. I don't know. I keep reading about all that all the time. You know, what's amazing everyone that says about this president and Mark. Thank you. Good. Call in San Diego. I love San Diego kogo radio. Awesome says well, they write these articles what Hannity talks to the president? I neither confirm is what my typical answer. I neither confirm nor deny if I talk to friends sources anybody. And when the paper, whatever reporter say, why don't you tell me who your sources are telling me what they tell you. If in fact were your friends. I just I just it's none of their business who I talked to never going to confirm or deny that. But I will say this. The president was so influenced by other people, I know back during the campaign, I told them not to tweet. A number of times. Influence I got there. All right back to our phones. Let's say hi to Thomas is in plano, Texas. What's up Thomas, are you? Hey, hey, Sean, thanks for taking my call. Hey, I think the president should pick. A midwest invite omen, deplorables and leave. Well, you gotta go to the directly to the text of the constitution. Remember state of the union from time to time give congress information of the state of the union. So congress has to be involved. Now, it can be one chamber of the other, you know, convened both houses or either of them. So it has to involve one of the in my view because then the then the press will say, well, it's not directly given the congress, and therefore we're not going to carry it, and they do any. Yeah. Go ahead and do a letter the letter to them. Willing. They're able to watch. So them they choose to watch it. It'd be the same thing choosing not to show up a good point too. I mean, you also have remember we're at a point in time where you know, we communicate very differently than we once did. And you can communicate that way. Interesting. I, you know, we'll see thanks for the call Thomas. Let's see let's stay with up from one second. I just want to make sure that everybody knows. You didn't ask of you? Can I interrupt one second? I wanna make sure everybody. Claiming my time. Better to ask forgiveness than permission. Yes, I do. A combination affect on Hannity dot com. We're taking a little poll on what folks think the president should do. So people can go to handy dot com and vote on article two section three of the constitution. Let us know what you think. Okay. That's it. That message brought to.

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Well, this is new: Price cuts on Bay Area homes are surging

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

05:54 min | 3 years ago

Well, this is new: Price cuts on Bay Area homes are surging

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Well, this is new price cuts on bay area homes are surging by Kathleen Pender. They're not exactly doorbuster deals, but bay area home sellers are cutting their asking prices at the highest rating years October is typically a big month for price reductions as sellers try to close deals before the market slows way down between thanksgiving and early February. But the number and percentage of homes with a price cut surge last month to their highest level for the month of October since at least twenty twelve in the bay area and twenty eleven statewide the jump in price cuts, which hit every bay area county is another side that after years of stratospheric increases prices are leveling off and buyers gaining a little more power in what had been a strong sellers market price cuts are a leading indicator because they're reflected immediately said Patrick Carlisle, the chief Mark. Analyst with a compass real estate brokerage although bay area home prices are still going up on a yearly basis home sales median prices and days on the market are considered lagging indicators because it can take a month or longer for deals to close in San Francisco. The number of homes with a price cut in October nearly doubled to two hundred thirty eight from one hundred twenty four last October, according to data from real tour dot com that's nothing compared to Santa Clara county where the number of price cuts rose to eight hundred eighteen last month more than six times last year's number Santa Clara county had been one of the nation's hottest markets this year and the bay area's price appreciation leader until September. Clearly, there's a market shift said rich Bennett, a zephyr agent in San Francisco, he just cut the price on an eighteen hundred thirty two square foot Victorian condo in popular Hayes valley by one hundred thousand dollars. He listed the. Page street home in mid October at just under one point seven million, which was realistic considering it has three bedrooms parking and a laundry porch and is quote, absolutely adorable. He said, but the buyers didn't come in October. We saw more inventory come on the market the economics of the bay area haven't really changed and it said, but if you don't have people beating down your door after two to three weeks, it's time to consider a price change. He has another listing right around the corner, a one bedroom single family home on lily street that he listed two weeks ago at one point one two five million dollars within a week. It had a preemptive author and the sale is now pending single family homes are still a hot commodity in San Francisco. Another condo just down page street from his listing. Also had a one hundred thousand dollar price cut it sold in February for about one point four million and went on the market again at one point. Three nine five million in early October. Now, it's listed at one point two nine five million below its last sales price. That's a good indication of how the market has shifted Bennett said even Palo Alto famous for its multi-million dollar tear downs is seeing price. Reductions Remax realtor. Karen, FANG said she listed a house near Stanford University on a one and a half acre lot with a ton of deferred maintenance for four point one million dollars in mid August since then the average rate on a thirty year fixed rate mortgage has risen from three point five percent who almost four percent the cost of building materials, which the home would need has also gone up after reducing the price to three point five million the Palo Alto property closed October thirtieth for three point eighteen million. Nearly a million dollars less than the original price in San Mateo. Dennis Pantano of Pantano properties. Just sold a house on Texas. Way for one point six million dollars after four price cuts. He listed the nineteen hundred ninety square foot house for about one point seventy five million in mid June. But within ten days the number of listings in San Mateo around that price jumped to nine from two had he listed it in may, it would have had lots of offers. He said it's an illustration that not every house sales at full price or over buyers. Meanwhile, sometimes have to be convinced that a price reduction doesn't mean there's something wrong with the house said Paul kitchen, a compass agent in San Francisco, there are a couple of places that came on the market that were seemingly reasonably priced. He said, but buyers expect to pay ten to fifteen percent over asking we say, let's put in an offer at asking we have to convince them. There's nothing wrong with the property kitchen has a client who offered the asking price on a home that had a price reduction, and it was accepted even though there were contingencies. The buyer was somewhat surprised that they had time to do the diligence. We had encouraged he said oddly, Carlisle said he's seeing price increases on homes that haven't sold until recently egregious underpricing was very common strategy in San Francisco and other parts of the bay area. He said agents would price ten to twenty percent below with the seller would accept hoping to get five ten or twenty offers and drive the price way beyond reason. Now when a home doesn't sell within a few weeks, the agent may increase the price. So as not to put sellers in the uncomfortable, but not illegal position of having to reject a full price offer that was lower than what they would accept.

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Former gymnasts say the Karolyis did nothing to stop Nassar sex abuse

REMAX Real Estate Insights

01:12 min | 4 years ago

Former gymnasts say the Karolyis did nothing to stop Nassar sex abuse

"Larry nassar pressing texas authorities to investigate whether bela and marta karolyi could have done more to prevent nassar's sexual abuse at the couple's texas training center attorneys for some of nassar's former patients are asking texas attorney general khin paxton to get involved in an investigation into the alleged abuse at the texas ranch christie lemke is a nassar accuser so many cries for help i feel like people would be shocked at the information that they would find things that went wrong the walker county texas sheriff's office and the texas rangers are currently investigating the case mark rylander with the state attorney general's office says his office can't interfere unless asked you by the other agencies i'm clayton neville r and b singer r kelly's music removed from playlists and recommendations on the streaming service spotify the move follows a campaign to boycott the singer who's been accused of sexual misconduct i'm barbara kusak you have three ex wives and your current trophy wife wants a life insurance policy three times the size of the policies you had to purchase for your previous mistakes if so you need to call big lou at term provider eight hundred seven seven seven.

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Mr Trump, President and Jeff Bezos discussed on The Amy Demboski Show

The Amy Demboski Show

02:18 min | 4 years ago

Mr Trump, President and Jeff Bezos discussed on The Amy Demboski Show

"Com president trump has signed an executive order establishing a task force to study the us postal system president trump says and the executive order that our postal system is on an unsustainable financial path unquote mr trump also says the system quote must be restructured to prevent a taxpayer funded bailout unquote the job of the task force is the study factors like pricing in the package delivery market the task force will have one hundred and twenty days to submit a report with its recommendation correspondent andrew stewart the order does not specifically mention online shopping giant amazon but president trump has railed against the company and its owner jeff bezos more than a thousand bodies most of them believed to be the islamic state group fighters that were killed in the militants last stand and the iraq city of mosul have been buried in a mass grave outside the city nine months after they were defeated news and analysis at townhall dot com i'm keith peters this is chris wires with remax dynamic properties bringing you the real estate minute your home should be calming and nourishing place no matter what your occupation of work schedule sometimes to sat in color can make your home feel more balanced in warm so do take your time deciding on color for room get a paint sample and paint a bit on the wall in watch it under various light conditions of the day and evening if you don't like it try other variations of the color or maybe a new color if you want a room to look bigger go for a white shade or cooler tone if you prefer cozy atmosphere choose a warm tone which is a darker color to make ceilings look higher goto shades or more lighter than the wall color or go with white you'll real estate minute has been brought to you by chris wires of remax dynamic properties chris wires provides residential real estate services for buyers and sellers chris wires phone number is three three eight eight to nine two dr this year off right and make dental appointments for your kids at kids dental tree kids dental tree is a warm and welcoming dental office just for kids kids dental tree is located at the corner of diamond and the.

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