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"steve lubeck" Discussed on Commercial Real Estate News Hour

Commercial Real Estate News Hour

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"steve lubeck" Discussed on Commercial Real Estate News Hour

"From the business desk at St Broadcast News this is the C.. Arena news hour. I'm Steve Lubeck. It's Friday November Eighth Twenty nineteen in this episode of the Sierra News Hour. We'll speak with Matt harding. Melissa seve right of Retail Tale shopping center firm Levin Management About Their preholiday survey of retail sentiment. And we'll have a conversation with Jim Berry. Leader of Deloitte's Loyd. US Real Estate Practice about the firm's twenty twenty commercial real estate outlook. We'll be back with the top news stories right after these messages Turn earn your podcasting. Passion into profits the book the business of podcasting describes the business side of podcasting including how to become a professional national podcast. You'll learn about position. Your clients expertise who podcasting to plus the best business models how to find clients and much more visit the the business of PODCASTING DOT com. Oh today you can't wait for the media to cover your company Buzney. You have to be the media take advantage of the power of audio and video. It's the best way to.

"steve lubeck" Discussed on Commercial Real Estate News Hour

Commercial Real Estate News Hour

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"steve lubeck" Discussed on Commercial Real Estate News Hour

"From the business desk at St Broadcast News this is the C.. Arena news hour. I'm Steve Lubeck. It's Friday October. Twenty Fifth Twenty nineteen in this episode of the C. R. E. News hour the chat with stroke attorneys Chris Greiner Tatyana O'Sullivan about proposed regulations on foreign investment in commercial real estate commercial cafe writer. Patrick McGregor will report on the results of a ten year. Study of office growth across the US. And we'll talk with S G block's. CEO Paul Galvin about building commercial commercial and residential properties out of marine cargo containers. We've got a very full show for you. News and headlines will have to wait for next week. We'll be back with the feature stories right after these messages Turn earn your podcasting. Passion into profits the book the business of podcasting describes the business side of podcasting including how to become a professional national podcast. You'll learn about position. Your clients expertise who podcasting to plus the best business models how to find clients and much more visit the the business of PODCASTING DOT com today. You can't wait for the media to cover your company Buzney. You have to be the media take advantage of the power of audio and video. It's the best way to.

"steve lubeck" Discussed on Commercial Real Estate News Hour

Commercial Real Estate News Hour

38:25 min | 1 year ago

"steve lubeck" Discussed on Commercial Real Estate News Hour

"Our we speak with William and Stephen King founders of IMB wrecks which is developing block chain based tools for commercial and residential real estate indoor floorspace what about the economic situation the trade war in the tariffs is that are you seeing any pressure on construction project built there still the country to beat some potential tariff so I think that has seen a positive impact on demand for industrial space. Clark Malcolm or leads Crow Holdings Industrials Business in the Northeast Clark we wish you luck with Crow Holdings and thank you for joining us on the podcast or Steve appreciate it always nice talking to you I'm Steve Lubeck blockchain technology the the digital encryption platform is getting a lot of attention in all industries including commercial real estate there are a number of companies using king who are the founders of IMB rex it's a company that is developing a blockchain application that presents what they call an unbiased full Forum for MLS is and firms to exchange data and overcome the trust gap between transacting organizations in brick says it offers efficient Season terms of syndication in real time updates that ensure consumers have access to accurate property information with no geographic restrictions William and Stephen thanks for joining us on the news hour we know sort of what blockchain technology is I wonder if you could tell us how you at BREX are applying this to creating an independent marketplace for Sierra transactions hey this is even came here and sure yeah so all I'll take that one So William and I were brothers we come from allstate family our our dad architect engineer turned real estate developer and so we've been around the business entire lives hi I found myself in the commercial brokerage world and we were using about eight or eight or nine different applications tends to go from the marketing process of a property all the way to closing and all these different applications they had no way to indicate with each other so so for us as a affirm owner it was really difficult to track where each agent was in the transaction I and do things like make financial projections and as William I dug into the technology we found that the one industry real estate where in the physical world you know when you're going to do something like a mixed use development you go out you set up the infrastructure you in the utility lines the water and then you start digging foundations and framing walls well digital world basically found a plot of field and everybody they started digging their foundations putting up their walls without hooking up any of the utilities and so we came across this technology called blockchain and the blockchain provides that unification or that communication channel between all these disparate applications so now we can take something like a listing or purchasing sale agreement and we can accurately track it and appended to the property so that we can see an accurate historical record of the property and not only that but move it between different applications that we may be currently using or applications that may be developed and what we're what we call three which is basically this collusion of the internet which includes blockchain and and some other technologies so what makes the blockchain technology different and more or more reliable or more what that that it's the the way to go in your mind for creating these kinds of transactions this is why I'm here I'll I'll take that one Bruce and attributes to two entities in this case to to physical real estate property but the wonderful thing about it as well really is security and compliance and the audit ability and specifically obviously the name is blockchain what happens is when data is encrypted first of all the encryption scheme as extraordinarily secure and it's incredibly expensive to hack I think the statistics are several million dollars a minute to try and hack the system I'm so it economically obviously would make sense or something and try and try and hack at the system but with with the system enables the blockchain technology really enables the do is take a piece of data encrypted in a very secure form and then store that on a ledger and over time these encryption strings together to form blocks and ultimately those blocks form together to form chain of blocks and the thing that is very powerful about that is that if anyone tries to go back and and change a record or change in activity trying to remove a for example by send you ten dollars and that's now been log and that's that's in the system and that's that's a piece of the blockchain I try and go back and change those records the whole the whole chain falls apart it's you can't do it so we have very clear transparency inappropriate transparency we can talk about what that means it doesn't mean that anybody can see every single thing that's going on second-to-none but but importantly they're immutable so we can always go back in time and we can see what's occurred and and there is a single source of truth now for the independent agent who has maybe tied their fortunes to a brokerage name you know as an independent contractor operating under a particular brand umbrella how does this disrupt that relationship and what kind of feedback are you hearing from for the independent broker side and also from the the companies that want to recruit those agents this again it's new to now it's just gonNa say it'd probably be useful to talk about the interview that we just had with the San Francisco commercial agent couple days ago so take it away yeah great mindset I was I had the same thought look at the end of the day the technology is tremendous and and both Stephen Myself passionate about blockchain we're very excited about all the things that are coming with three but wyss puts war important is is really solving practical problems for people and the technology can be very alluring and it's fun to discuss in his certainly fun to to build and work with what we really endeavor to do our solve practical levels and so the the question that you opposed really I guess the way that I'll I'll reframe it is we're is there friction a day in the relationship and where is there friction just in the day to day when it comes to people's jobs and I think that one of the key thing is that we get feedback about is really within this relationship between the brokerage house the agent of the broken selves compliance and security are very important components Obviously you know these these large firms have lots of different people what's different agents representatives that are doing lots of different deals and so insuring that the deals are being done in a compliant way ensuring that they're being done legally of course and and according to the customary not just laws but but just the norms of how markets operate that's a critical beast of that relationship making sure that the individual can not only act in other ways but then can report that act big brokerage house so one of the first benefits that we see is the ability to streamline the transparency to and from the brokerage house the agents or the brokers themselves and so that's that's an enormous benefit but the second benefit really is about sort of people's day jobs if you will and specifically where they spend time and and how can they be more efficient with that time spent and for the large brokerage houses as Stephen had mentioned at lots of different systems have lots of different agents trying to track deal just a single bill can be a challenge but when you search a scale that up across hundreds and thousands and bounds of agents across different geographies it becomes an administrative exercise to say the least so what we're able to do with this technology is solutions is very transparent with what's going on with each agent with each deal and then roll that up to a dashboard that can be viewed by the brokerage house so it's very easy for if you're a photo of alert brokerage house in the twenty fifth of the month and you know it's it's time to start to to bring the numbers together and report on now what happened in that month rather than have to make phone calls and emails and inquiries and individual by individual which which it's actually quite common today you have the ability to get full transparency into all of the deals you were they are stage wise and much more refined in predictable when Samson forecasting benefit to the agent themselves is of course very similar in the and one transaction they can see all the different constituents from the buy and sell side to all the support people that are involved you know whether their inspectors A and other folks that are the transaction they can see exactly what's happening what the tasks are for that various constituent what's been completed didn't potentially what's not been completed in May need some some TLC in terms of advancing into the next step so really I guess in some what we're endeavoring to do as a as a as I said from the outset number one very focused on where the real world problems and opportunities for improvement are and number two due to make that relationship between the brokerage houses and the brokers niches themselves a lot stronger and do so without a lot of additional activity recording data entry things like that but do so with the system that that solves the the day to day problems and and also enhances a lot of the core components of what makes the relationship successful in the first place yeah and Steve just a to add to that a bit we have he's got a lot of different activity going on that he has to keep track of and because he represents both side you know he he has concerns about you know we never been sued but he he wants to document everything accurately so then Casey's ever sued he's got an audit trail of everything that has bend over time and not just that he's got so many deals going at once that being able to log in and clearly identify hey here's the next action item or hey this this purchasing sale agreement or the lease has been with the the landlord's attorney for a week and a half for it's got clearer action items that he can pick up the phone else's ended the deal With this APP I can do that I can I can grab one of my buddies or or an assistant and plug them right in and then I could just track everything that's going on throughout this deal and I can leverage the smart contracts that you guys employed so that we can actually do things like payments or ram these contracts so that if they're supposed to release the landlord supposed to give them a half million.

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"steve lubeck" Discussed on Commercial Real Estate News Hour

Commercial Real Estate News Hour

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"steve lubeck" Discussed on Commercial Real Estate News Hour

"From the business desk at st broadcast news this is the c. arena news hour. I'm steve lubeck. It's friday august second twenty nineteen in this week's edition of the sierra news news hour considerations for high net worth investors looking at qualified opportunities zone funds has potential investments. We'll take a tour of the discovery discovery labs a scientific research facility near philadelphia that hopes to keep life sciences companies in the property from the workbench start up to whole whole buildings of research and manufacturing and we'll talk with an atlanta startup that wants to make small investors into hotel owners with room discounts as part of the benefits. We'll be back with the top cr news stories right after these messages turn earn your podcasting passion into profits the book the business of podcasting describes the business side of podcasting including how to become a professional national podcast. You'll learn about position your clients expertise who podcasting to plus the best business models how to find clients and much more visit the the business of podcasting dot com oh today you can't wait for the media to cover your company buzney. You have to be the media. Take advantage of the power of audio and video. It's the best way to.

"steve lubeck" Discussed on Commercial Real Estate News Hour

Commercial Real Estate News Hour

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"steve lubeck" Discussed on Commercial Real Estate News Hour

"From the business desk at st broadcast news this is the c. arena news hour. I'm steve lubeck. It's friday july nineteenth twenty nineteen on this edition of the sierra news hour. We'll look at atlantic attic station. A live work play development in metro atlanta. We speak with the new jersey economic development authority about best practices for opportunities zone fund governance. We'll get some comparison of office costs in major metro areas from commercial cafe dot com and we'll have a chat with tom. Laundries chief executive officer of metro commercial about the hot retail trend online companies crossing over into bricks and mortar with micro branding those features and in the weeks sierra news right after these messages <music> turn earn your podcasting passion into profits the book the business of podcasting describes the business side of podcasting including how to become a professional national podcast. You'll learn about position your clients expertise who podcasting to plus the best business models how to find clients and much more visit the the business of podcasting dot com today. You can't wait for the media to cover your company buzney. You have to be the media. Take advantage of the power of audio and video. It's the best way to.

"steve lubeck" Discussed on Commercial Real Estate News Hour

Commercial Real Estate News Hour

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"steve lubeck" Discussed on Commercial Real Estate News Hour

"From the business desk at st broadcast news this is the c. arena news hour. I'm steve lubeck. Happy july fifth. Everyone in this holiday edition of the sierra news hour. We'll talk about economic trends in the philadelphia region with lauren gilchrist senior v._p. Of j. l. l. we'll chat with eric rabkin from the real estate law practice at akkerman about the firm's tenth annual real estate sector report a look at retail sentiment with matthew harding in melissa seabright of retail property company levin management and public public relations expert. Katie coats visits to chat about her book. Yes vote the public hearing plan for developers. We'll be back with the top news stories right after these messages <music> turn earn your podcasting passion into profits the book the business of podcasting describes the business side of podcasting including how to become a professional national podcast. You'll learn about position your clients expertise who podcasting to plus the best business models how to find clients and much more visit the the business of podcasting dot com today. You can't wait for the media to cover your company buzney. You have to be the media. Take advantage of the power of audio and video. It's the best way to.

"steve lubeck" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"steve lubeck" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"I mean, it was just like that was the beginning of everything. What was the audition process like that movie because one of the kids in the soprano? So the audition for it, we did. Yeah. Yeah, they came out and saw me to stand up. I mean erikgriffin together to stand up and we were at. Store. I and Jim came to the store, and then they saw me again, at the improv, maybe they saw me twice do stand up and then. The called me into go just for the producers and all that stuff. And I did it, and then I got a phone call. And they were like we're gonna show you to network tomorrow. So you got to come in do do the same thing. And I remember walking in the room. I've been accustomed to doing enough that I'm just don't get nervous anymore. Really? I mean, I get excited or I get anxious and happy that I'm like, all right. I got a fucking kill this. I gotta focus and I walked in the room and erikgriffin fucking was sitting in the chair, and I was soon as I walked in, he goes, this motherfucker, and I started laughing, and we're hogging and having a everybody else was, like, you know, like making a more nervous 'cause we knew each other, and I just feel that I was like we're both going to get this fucking gig. I just was like I I've known few times that I was going to get the gig. And I knew that time I was going to get the gig. I could just feel it in my bones, man. 'cause I move actor. He said that he was up one of the roles. Yeah. So what he did was he. When that stand up one night he goes. Stage call next day I want to applaud that. Yeah. Because listen to real, they had to learn to stand up half the people on a show had to learn to stand up, and that was really fucking heart. What was harder in my opinion was us pretending that were new standups in the seventies that shit was wild man. Like we had jokes that I would never tell now because it's nineteen seventy four but also. You have to kind of pretend like you're very new to the game because none of us were pros yet, you know, when, when, when prior came on the show in this guy that played Richard Pryor he was supposed to be the only pro we were all amateurs trying to get spots on Carson. You know, so you're you kinda had to act like you are three or four year comic. So it was kind of hard to like. Change the way that you approach the stage because you didn't want to have all this confidence in vigor, 'cause then it would have been obvious that you were already a pro. But the idea was these guys aren't pros. I mean, none of those guys were pros, you know, there, except for the top names, but we supposed to be Joe shmoe who's trying to, you know, who's passed at the store, but who's not a pro yet you're developing. Yeah, you're in the mo-. Yeah, you're in her system guy that killed himself. Well, that's based on a real guy that guy they did it differently and our show. He hit got hit by a bus, but life, he jumped off the roof of the of the aunt, now called the end as it's called, the Hyatt now was athlete. Tonight show to Mitzi turn them down. No in, in on the show. It was after he did a tonight show. But in real life, it was. After he didn't get past. He worked at the store. His name was Steve Lubeck can that was his name. Any jumped, he jumped off the roof of that hotel next to the store, the Hyatt, and he landed on the fucking parking the, the ramp. But he had a note in his pocket that said my name Steve bed, can I used to work at the comedy store?.

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