18 Burst results for "Singlefamily"

GSK pulls out of $20 billion race for Pfizer consumer assets

01:20 min | 3 years ago

GSK pulls out of $20 billion race for Pfizer consumer assets

"Day pat carroll bloombergradio glaxosmithkline has dropped out of the bidding for pfizer's consumer healthcare business bloomberg's patrice sikora and update visors advil and centrum are not as desirable as a us truck giant expected the company was left without a potential buyer for its consumer health unit today after uk drugmaker glaxosmithkline withdrew from bidding record ben keyser dropped out earlier this week the development has left pfizer with dwindling options to dispose of a business valued at as much as twenty billion dollars in an emailed statement visor says it's evaluating potential strategic physical turnips for the business which include a spin off a sale or other transaction or retaining the business patrice sikora bloombergradio goldman sachs a monday and blackrock have been chosen to manage about sixteen billion dollars in back taxes that apple will pay to ireland bringing recovery of the cash a step closer ireland's finance ministry said today over the coming weeks the national treasury management agency will be working with the preferred bidders to finalise contracts new home sales in the us fell for a third straight month singlefamily home sales decreased six tenths of a percent to an annual rate of six hundred eighteen thousand meanwhile inventory rose to the highest since two thousand nine that a sign that rising prices are deterring buyers coming up our proposal by the fcc commissioner to help.

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"singlefamily" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"singlefamily" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"We do you see the university of miami's a recruiting class early signing they was yesterday yeah there there is a do that she just moved into his fourth singlefamily home they're bringing in men now they're un you have to see this fool bear by they're they're bringing in men dan mike showed me a picture of let me gorelick rates but in particular this fullback who looks like he's entering his ninth art sees it in the irl it bring it to me here and you will get a reaction in real time with no video only audio to what wait a minute so miami's bringing in the men now they're getting some of the alabama guys we see the too tight end we got the number one and number three overall tight ends in the same class the nation i can't tell which ones better they're both humongous mothers must like wrecked maybe yeah the got running backs derive i like to of the top ten running backs within the god yeah they gotta came davis and uh and so lingered this isn't again using conversation this one is interesting what does it by you still got to be a overtly religious man whose giving off peace in principle and morals and character when you're walking into an inner city home where religion really matters i think about you a lot and then you combine that with the history of the university that football programme at some of the fun stuff like the turnover chain v success they had on the field this year i've eating noted aim at home that's our grandpa's holders out a pretty exciting the idea that you have it's pretty cool to that you have a coach whose principal system because we could see you could say whatever you want to you'd all be shocked if mark rick found himself in any kind of scandal yes and you want it you wanna send your kids to that man to that not to that man but to something that feels like that like oh this guys actually going to try and take care of my kids now they're going to be self interest that caused they're gonna be self interest that get in the way of that like i thought margaret did a very bad job last year by richards like all year i don't think that kids body.

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"singlefamily" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"singlefamily" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Coming up as kind of exciting by you don't plan undoing it forever but you know for now it's it's kind of exciting new life on the road in always what it's dragged up to be you know first though let's do the numbers now does drills of 37 points today about a tenthpercent twenty four thousand seven fifty four nasdaq off thirty points fourtenths percent sixty nine sixty three the sp 500 down eight threetenths percent twenty six and eighty one word from the commerce department today that new housing construction rose three point three percent in november that included a bump in singlefamily homes that are all going to need kinds of flooring and plumbing at lady supplies home depot hammered up six tenthpercent today lows locked in one point six percent package delivery company ubs announced its ordered a hundred and twentyfive tesla all electric semitrucks tesla says it's the biggest order yet of the trumps company unveiled last months slated to begin production in two thousand nineteen ups deposited a tenthpercent tesla down to and twotenths percent any guesses on actual delivery day those trump's anybody ghosting marketplace here's an investment opportunity with a guaranteed return when you donate to support marketplace today your gift is going to be matched dollar for dollar by our friends at cannes dida listeners like you who gift a marketplace do more than help keep the show on the air you help us grow and get better it's a way to directly support independent reporting and journalism that you can trust in the payoff comes with what she here every day so please don't miss out on this chance to make your donation go twice his far give today at dot marketplaceorg and thanks.

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"singlefamily" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"singlefamily" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"The truth is you've had problems for many many many years you you live in a m this is this is what frustrates me is they make all kinds of they make all kinds of laws anti gun laws to restrict the gun ownership they they do things like a instal all kinds of policies that that uh that day give leniency to uh to violent criminals and and uh and all this other stuff in they wonder why they don't pay their police force well they tax their people into poverty and then they wonder why people don't want to live there and why the police don't don't have the manpower that they need and they're constantly overworked and you've got these neighborhoods that are you know just plagued by violent crime because you've created a society of people who come from singlefamily homes were pregnant at fourteen who were babies raising babies and you tell all of them that they can't get ahead they shouldn't bother trying that what they should really do as used turn to you the government and you will make sure that they're provided for and you'll go after those filthy greedy rich people because they are the reason that you are in the situation that you're in this is the this is a problem of your own making and the only way you solvit is through personal responsibility you give people the ability to defend themselves you demand that they stand on their own two feet you reinforce it by telling them that they can that they don't have to hide that they are good enough the nobody's holding them back and then you go to work fostering that this is not something is going to get solved overnight it's really not this is a societal problems.

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"singlefamily" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"singlefamily" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

"Mom at how disconcerting that must be if you're an infant you're in your mother's arms and she's there but she's not really there because infants as we know their little literally just working on vibration they're just ob working on feeling the energy that's coming from that person is much is what they're saying because you don't even understand the language absolutely am i watch this one mother with a little will boy was trying to get her attention and he was getting more and more annoying as she was as she remained fixated on her phone and she started get angry adam for warning her attention i mean what kind of message does that send will finally this poor little boy started trying to figure out what was so fascinating about the foreign eternity attention from his mother to this little iphone and i thought oh my god there it is right there that's the start in that kid back his doomed in in and now the iphone is can represent what he needs emotionally from his from his parent i mean it's going to be coming out of that thing i think that's a big aha software everybody listening because i i can't tell you how many times i've seen it and just thought wow i i told the story once i was watching his mother on her phoned she was on one of those carriage rides with her children and i watched them come down an entire block and the kids were just looking bored and destroy distracted and the mother was on the phone the whole time and i thought she will go home go back to wherever they came from and say oh we took this wonderful carriage ride when she really wasn't bear absolutely a new in there you have the fracturing the social fracturing at its final at its final stage i mean you have the political fracturing or a national level which i think is horrifying and dangerous you of people many people living in singlefamily homes and communities where they do not depend on a really relate to their neighbours or now you have the the immediate community isn't functioning as a community it's just a.

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"singlefamily" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"singlefamily" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"Our next question that you at that cashflow what what types of apartment complexes weathered the great recession so who survived during the downturn in in a way eight hundred two 1200 alderman rents ones that you're likud i abide product i had product they didn't even like we didn't even lower the rats not it helped us all these people were consider what happened in two thousand eight people traded in their houses and kept their cars the people said hey i don't want my house any more here's the keys but i wanna visa card yeah they went from from five thousand square feet to two inches it's going to happen to it will absolutely next question them a you know because the cajun i do this the fire this the question for benefiting me so i'm looking at a property right now in denver it is a nine unit property it's smaller but it's over millions a little over a million dollars items yell at you he's going to choose and it's a small lately lewis becker i got i got a ten through an exchange i need to buy some about a million bucks worth okay so should i go for the nine union denver she will for the thirty unit in ohio so you over the singlefamily in hawaii what do you think singlefamily and who knows you're out of your mind should get the hawaii and i'll go on el stay there will be good not do just stay there as much as you want light and just go there like you you want to go to hawaii go their rent a nice place not a place that doesn't have internet to this is a nightmare out i i i it's it's a slow internet so so i you know i wouldn't go to ohio i wouldn't go i personally wouldn't go to hawaii ohio i went to stay out of the rust belt.

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"singlefamily" Discussed on Before the Millions

Before the Millions

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"singlefamily" Discussed on Before the Millions

"It's not going to create the cash flow number i'm shooting four and then at that time mr cheered network with a lot higher level group people and there are all echoing the same thing they're like yeah we did the same thing we we did all of us work we did the 405 sixty day close giving the lender all these in all these documents finding the property all this time an energy that we didn't have is working professionals to purchase a singlefamily home and all we did was created like two hundred bucks a pass a cashflow and we're like shoe we gotta do this how many more times like ten twenty thirty forty fifty more times like this is as stupid right like donny people who are saying the right thing those the way to do with turkey providers themselves trying to say the stuff they're not investors they don't know if merely definitely i i definitely experience the same thing i bought my my very first property was a singlefamily home now cycle carry will make him to hundreds who fifty two hundred fifty dollars every month but how many more of these do i have to buy before i can quit my job like this this is going to be a while so you touched on but sent thirty one exchange not all of my listeners are our real estate investors are investors awesome are entrepreneurs or business owners online business on her so maybe talk about ten 31 exchanged with that means you know it's a way to defer your capital gains taxes or maybe walker's through a specific example so that are for this kind of understand what that means in relax yeah so it's entered glenn changed to scan i repeat which is said front way 'cause it's it is kinda confusing when you chris hear this stuff.

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"singlefamily" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

The mindbodygreen Podcast

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"singlefamily" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

"Um on the successes and rue and in recognizing the good stuff but it's been this wrap race you know as i got to stay on top of the hill i've got to be the first i got can't be obsolete i don't want to be kodak i don't wanna be walmart right i wanna be i wanna be amazon i wanna be facebook i want to be a leader in what we're doing and and be the tie and and then only be obsolete and on a fail failure would hurt too much and and i think the life balance being super successful seventy said to me early in my life that everyone has 24 hours in a day in hijabs to use them up to you the world's fair because he's to her though it's not fair it's like it's fair you just you know this guy's doing that as we not so i think i think what i agree with um in in the republican side and i don't think the democrats necessarily disagree is accountability in and you're responsible for your life so bellies me into like my my my favorite things that i tell students you know i think hope is not a business strategy right you got to take control and and i did this e s t thing when i was in college and if you know what was called but they said there's no such thing is hoping like what he time others no hope you know you can't hope for and they just gonna make it happen you has do it just do it you can't try to pick up the pen just pick of the ban so for me i think animal and luck is when our luck as one preparation meets opportunity you create your own lock i was accused or said i got lucky with appeared share buildings start hotels that was not luck and when we worked are asas off while everyone's saying we just built the singlefamily rental company and a lot of people thought this was an a business and i said i could be a business this business now a seven billion dollars new york stock exchange listed company so and it's a real company and we did it and everyone said no you know so don't listen everybody also like those of the best things and howard head.

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"singlefamily" Discussed on Code Switch

Code Switch

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"singlefamily" Discussed on Code Switch

"What changed what happened in the 1980s the los angeles police chief darrel gates declared war on crack which meant that the lapd was busting into a lot of homes with these battering rams in batteringram tracks people wanted out they wanted out because it was dangerous you know because of the crack epas because of crack but also people felt like they were under siege from the cops this wasn't that post world war two suburban dream anymore and then at the same time from the 1970s the 1990s there is this massive influx of latino immigrants to los angeles latinos doubled in population in los angeles county during that period and this is the place they came because it was affordable and now it's super super denselypopulated because we're having a housing crisis in la france are skyrocketing even here in proclaim ah what that means in los angeles is a lot of renters are families not a single people so even in singlefamily homes their subdivided and multiple families might live in these homes were denser fighing without a plan in los angeles and what that looks like in the summertime when it's hot is a bunch of people gather around a big as air conditioner or an enormous fan with their hands in front of them like the opposite of warming themselves in front of a fire the exact opposite yeah so as it's safe to say that where are we are this community that it was created because of housing segregation you're asking because genes not here to ask that this is verging housing segregation and everything.

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"singlefamily" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"singlefamily" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Granted that up but last rapidly than helm price any lorry goodman is with the urban institute so what the guy who kinda gave a figure out how to keep recurring up although lower than they want sore so these companies are having to consolidate where they can make the most money doug harder is with credit suisse both of these companies have targeted cities where they she job growth as being better than average and building of new homes as being below average demand for homes high supply low you get faster rent growth by consolidating the companies can also save money on things like maintenance lawrence yoon is with the national association of realtors and he sees a problem with all this what the investors are gobbling lob drifted coming at the expense of potential firsttime buyers on the other hand institutional investors only only a small percentage of homes in any given market and laurie goodman with the urban institute says typical landlords can be really hit or miss corporate landlords are more consistent i am not worried about the impact can him like hanging wet beat guy gale a provide professional management whatever the longterm implications this merger is a sign the corporate landlords for singlefamily homes are here and they're here to stay in new york i'm sabri benachour for marketplace member that big announcement from the white house in the past week or so that the taiwanese tech manufacturer foxconn was going to build its first us factory a ten billiondollar plant wisconsin who's gonna be thirteen thousand jobs in exchange for three billion dollars in tax breaks.

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"singlefamily" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"singlefamily" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"And so i said what i wanted to give me their contact your formation and you're you're little family realtors information on i found out that i could get little condos in in the you could all condos us singlefamily and duplex is and you could ohio for each door may be 30000 all end after fix up after fix it of course you couldn't get loans for these so i said okay i'll buy a a by a little duplex so i bought a little duplex paid sixty thousand all in with fix up that rents for about 1300 and fifty dollars a month and that was in two thousand fourteen and we've had in that little duplex we've had zero vacancies since we bought it and and it's it's worked out very well for us that little duplex and then we bought little little half duplex this same area and one single family and so they were cash pretty pretty well you know like thirty thirty five hundred dollars cash flow per month for couple of of course we pay cash two hundred forty thousand dollars cash for those for those properties and were like we're going to run out of cash so that's not now and then i found out about the ten thirty one exchange and i figured you know out of kissel if this little um property management company can handle my little singlefamily and they have over sixty singlefamily maybe they can handle little eight unit 10 unit twelve unit 15 unit and there has been some growing pains obviously because it's a whole different model from singlefamily business bottle to multifamily business bottle so there has been some growing pains but i've been you know grooming the property manager along the way cool so.

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"singlefamily" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"singlefamily" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"Yes i gotta now i can go to vegas you guys we can go to vegas so we can gamble with our money for once right hugh i do that sometimes i go to vegas gamble i don't want to gamble with this mighty i i you got it again song you got a new wind hole lowland afford them no window walkaway nowhere to run and so i you gotta go with your guts sometimes and get education again preparation me hits opportunity is what people say good luck it preparation meets opportunity you got prepare yourself and make sure that that you use that equity properly and know when they get out when not to get out and and they of course moving i i wanted to get away from singlefamily as soon as i possibly could do to the the comp comps situation and imagined imagined imagine brennan you that if you if you add one hundred singlefamily you'd have a hundred roofs you'd have 100 mortgages i mean communist you sooner or later sooner or later you want to be able to increase your copy of scale so can we can you talk about the comp issue for and i totally agree with the comments guilting but only went to the compton because people listeners i that i have noted we're talking about what you mean the you know why what else has gone off things in wire families not you talk about that a very good question so so brandon you live where again live in poed on washington if you live in washington they'll so your house is valued at approximately how much money two hundred in sales say three hundred thousand.

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"singlefamily" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"singlefamily" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"And at this construction spending report could give us a little bit more to wear that's pullback is coming from his at singlefamily homes is it condominiums or if it's not showing up there is a sign that maybe people are spending less on find that new kitchen or or new bathroom and maybe not directly connected to construction say i think that'll be important you not also take a look at uh these surveys that come from the institute of supply management they do to surveys a 1 looking at manufacturing companies another basically looking at the services sector we've had this kind of curious separation overall economic numbers whether measure by job growth or gdp growth basically look a lot like the last three or four years have yet we saw this giant and spike's optimism among consumers on businesses and one of those places where we seen this improvement is these ism survey so this month the expectation is for forbid a cooling in both of those survey so question has been would would the optimism fade or would the economic growth speed up to match the optimism so we might be getting the first hint here that that the optimism is is fading that's the wall street journal's eric marafe joining us from washington anke so much sure anytime and thank you for listening and jennifer strong in the newsroom in new york for more insights enable the wall street journal skill on any device with amazon alexa get all of our podcast as well as the latest news and market updates the wall street journal listen ambitiously.

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"singlefamily" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"singlefamily" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Support for wsj comes from comcast committed to improving your customer service experience with twohour appointment windows including nights and weekends because they should fit into your life not the other way around learn more at xfinitycomservice what's news from the wall street journal top stories and timely in fact cremonese ram in new york i'm jennifer strong big investors are transforming suburban neighbourhoods by buying up singlefamily homes and renting them out joining us in the studio with the story is the wall street journal's ryan december and laura sisto ryan tell us about this new breed of homeowner the these are large companies uh some of them are public some of them are still closelyheld in in may become public at some point this is sort of the final frontier for wall street in terms of real estate they've kind of conquered shopping malls office towers apartments but singlefamily homes is a new thing it was always sort of really hard to buy enough of them at scale and they were unwieldy to manage and and that sort of stuff so this is since the financial crisis when when these firms and investors could buy up a lotta homes very quickly and and relatively cheaply to get started now they've got discount a foothold and they're they're buying homes now to consolidate take big concentrated positions in town say like were they want to be renters and it's one of the biggest bets on wall street in recent years there's some forty billion invested in in two hundred some thousand homes though laura we're still talking about a tiny percentage of all rental homes out there right yeah so it's worth noting that although at the singlefamily home rental industry is a lot bigger than people realize and actually serves a huge swath of the american public that what these institutional investors are buying is still a very very tiny fraction of it and most of the homes are still owned by what we call mom and pop um these guys that are have on these homes in buy on down the block you've and it for if we know four or five years you hardly ever raise the rent and that's what's really shaking things app is these investors that are going in and they're bringing this more 'institutional attitude in their raising rents more aggressively and they're much more sophisticated but they're also managing these properties betterknown cases.

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"singlefamily" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"singlefamily" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"Clearly would happen is that the existing businesses there would wind up shutting down but also that they would be replaced by different businesses that employed different people high wage workers but that like the washingtondckonomi is robust enough to adapt to that kind of like weird quirky ruling and so you could look at it you could say we massively increased pay on this block or you could look at and say we destroyed all the businesses them is a lot of different herbert changes you give it and the question you would ask about that policy isn't like is it good or is it bad but it's a what were you trying to do and so like in particular seattle is only one part of kingcounty which is only one part of the seattle metro area like if this policy if what is happening is that the policies reshaping the seattlekonomiso that lowwage work is reallocating into the suburbs and that brokers and the real estate is being reallocated away from small firms and toward bigger firms and that the most marginal employment candidates are going into 1099 work but in lakeis that good likei you could make a case for it right that like seattle is constrained on a lot of margins ride like inexpensive city uh there's some absorbing downtown but singlefamily home residents are are very protective there's questions about the transportation infrastructure so you like look at the city is home you syllable what are we trying to do.

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"singlefamily" Discussed on Listen Money Matters

Listen Money Matters

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"singlefamily" Discussed on Listen Money Matters

"We have no financial stake or monetary stake with any relationship with the property managers maximum shocked avas yeah yeah we don't of you know we want to be a marketplace we charges small fee for the transactions naturally it that's not to say down the line there might be some some sort of arrangement that we can work out if we offer a premium service or something like that but as of right now it's not contemplated and it certainly non place of any sort of financial motivation between our relationship with the property mentors oil and let's touch on that for a second actually because i think we talked with gary back in november of last year september so we've gotta got a lot of people coming in who have not listen to that original episode don't really know exactly what restock does so you guys are marketplace and let me correct me if i'm wrong you you you kind of get your home's from bigger companies that have like a portfolio of a lot of different homes and then you basically create a platform to give individual investors all the tools they need to invest in single homes with all that data but who's actually paying your fees as it is at the providers those homes or as the investor that actually buys a property offer bruce doc share that's ray question so so roof salk among is it's a curator marketplace for some buyers and sellers of singlefamily rental homes um what we found in in my background along with gary actually worked with gary aback large institutional firm where we acquired renovated managed a by the end of our time there about thirty five thousand homes nationwide will we found is that there wasn't an easy way to sell lease.

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"singlefamily" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

Rich Dad Radio Show

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"singlefamily" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"So now entering into the most popular part of our program which has asked robert necas submit your questions to ask robert radio knowing asked robert at rich dad radio dot com and with thanked to can mcelroy hood to take off because it's got the borrow more money and it was fascinating prokremlin it was a fascinating programming we talked about predicting the future and we don't have to predict the future because we have people like chris skinner who is out there in the world and looking at what the speech is gonna look like there's also his books value web and digital bank there he also talks a lot about the opportunities and where the opportunities arnn you look on the internet there's so many opportunities on the internet and now with banking even more an opportunity so i i recommend his books janokovic got my question is is this the explosion of money you know if you go digital money than the amount you can produce as a limited infinite and that's with kenny kim on i won't work on all the time was infinite we never wanna use any of our own money in any of our investments but that take some practice so melissa was the first question fast robert her first questions today robert comes from anthony and albert a canada favorite pat cash flow quadrant my wife and i own three singlefamily home investment properties each with twenty to twenty five percent equity invested all three have longterm tenets and rent positive monthly cashflow my question is this if the big crash were to occur in the next year or two and the world economy is thrust into a deep depression would it be better to own our own investment properties or half more cash on hand my concern is that if the economy crashes and property prices drop long term and rental prices drop longterm it might not be possible for us to meet our expenses on our rental properties at the same time that our primary incomes would be in jeopardy.

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"singlefamily" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

The Brookings Cafeteria

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"singlefamily" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

"But exclusionary zoning is when actually the only justification for a particular zoning regulation is to maintain the social economic and social kart or a particular neighborhood so in particular if he sold a single family dwellings learning ordinances ovar restrict strict rules about how many people you can have a parade torrance on what that's doing an effect is just sort of maintaining the claw states that air and that's that's really against the market unity the us housing market is not very free be better if it was a bit ah and this kind of exclusion rezoning is one of the ways that you in the old days it was a way to exclude people of color and particular black americans now it's really used whether consciously or not to exclude people have different cloth so where we see a pothole or attractive single level homes but no apartment buildings as an example of exclusionary zoning than that's right in you can see how that overlaps with other things just recently a study in seattle show that if you type a top thirteen elementary schools in seattle seventy two percent of the land in the areas the serb by their school zones for singlefamily homes another example of opportunity hoarding dream warding you mentioned his unfairness and college admissions that legacy admits yes i think a legacy preferences is a straightforward form of dream holding or opportunity holding as i say in the book actually us is unique in the world in allowing this kind of a preference who's been wiped out everywhere else including were in the uk where i where i come from it or is it the was amazing to me that were the only country in the world that has legacy preferences at at the collagen missions he had sunny at a kind of as official policy if it looks like us i'm gonna have to say it would be pretty difficult to get away with it sunny in the uk and you'll get the heads of oxford and cambridge now will be saying where is no way that should have any effect at all i mean you have to the front of the royal family don't get into a possible.

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