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Newsradio 600 KOGO
"three deals" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"In their hometown, third deal of that size for the friars running Manny Machado and Fernando tatis. And the 28th of this month marks the first football game to be played at petco park, the San Diego county credit union holiday bowl, returning after two years off from the pandemic, Oregon and North Carolina, playing in the new home of the SDC holiday bowl, petco park, with a game to be followed, or the KGB sky show fireworks display. It all kicks off wins to the 28th, 5 p.m. downtown Mark Neville is the CEO of the Hollywood saying they got a great matchup. Everyone remembers holiday bowl games as being high scoring and down to the wire finishes and man, I think we got that this year. This is a game where you could see a hundred points scored in this game. Two of the most high scoring prolific offense is in the country with two quarterbacks, one of them is a freshman or the ACC player of the year, Drake may, and then you got faux next up at Oregon. I mean, this thing is setting up to be a shootout. And it is perfect for the SBC view holiday. Well, our fans are going to be in for a treat. And then on top of that, right after the game, you got the KGB sky show. Are you kidding me? Got fireworks in the game and fireworks up in the air. I mean, it's going to be this is going to be awesome. Really feel like we've hit the jackpot here. With the whole festival that we put together, this is an important event for San Diego. We're a nonprofit. We are in the business of driving tourism for San Diego. Putting people in our restaurants and our attractions and in our hotels and spending money and creating jobs and things like that and to get a game like this with Oregon and North Carolina. Fans coming into town, the night before the game we're having a big party down in the gaslamp quarter, the staff dragon bowl bash, the marching bands are going to be performing in the gaslamp quarter, doing a battle of the bands. We've got live music down there
On The Media
"three deals" Discussed on On The Media
"Buildings or free rent for businesses that were willing to invest in Camden. That's what he told me when I talked to him in 2019. There is not been a single person. That I have seen or read anywhere that with fact has suggested that what's going on in the resurgence in Camden, it's been going on over the last 7 years. Is anything but extraordinary and spectacular? But when Jeff pellets and I visited the waterfront, there was something missing in all the fancy development there. The people who actually live in the city. Oh, here comes the streetcar. Every ten minutes, an empty streetcar passes by. On the line meant to bring people down to the river. I didn't see a single. The median household income in America is more than $67,000 a year. In Camden, it's 28,000. That means half of all the households in Camden make less than that. Massive amounts of state and federal aid haven't done much for the residents of this city. And government entities, once owned much of the land on the waterfront, including the L three complex, the subject of the dispute between the norcross brothers and the nonprofit developer. In the letter I sent George and Phil norcross, I asked why they intervened in the L three deal. My name is Dan fee. With me is built in busy set as built. I had an hour long video call with his lawyers. In House counsel for Cooper. What cross was there? He didn't speak, and he three lawyers and two spokespeople didn't turn on their cameras. Attorney Michael Critchley did most of the talking. But they didn't want to talk about the L three deal. What we're talking about is if you're going to be fair, make sure you emphasize that you have no evidence whatsoever that George norcross at anything to do with the Sherman's murder investigation, that tragedy, that tragedy. And I don't want to get this to be adversary because if anyone even suggests intimates are infers, obliquely directly indirectly, that George New York cross was somehow involved. And John Sherwin's Joyce chardin's tragic death, the next letter you received for me as a litigation hold, notice. I had to look that up. It's when you get a letter saying you're about to be sued and you're legally required to keep documents. Suffice to say, they're not happy I'm talking about norcross. And they wanted me to agree to say on the podcast that I have no evidence that George norcross was involved in the Sheridan deaths. If you're not going to give me that commitment, I would recommend we terminate this proceeding. Other than that, it's just waste of time. I told them I would consider it, but without a promise, the meeting ended abruptly. I think we're finished. I mean, we clearly and I never got to ask my questions of George norcross. Thank you. Thank you. But fair enough, I'll say it. I don't have any evidence that George norcross had anything
KPRC 950 AM
"three deals" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"Worst case scenario, Let's say the Democrats took away all tax deductions away from real estate like 1986 1986. We had stock market crash rules State down the crash and this particular case we Were pretty much instrumental in helping that area recover from being a bad area. Let's say into being a good area. We just want to build upon that and say, Well, you know, now Now that property costs the street now that popular across the street is a worst property that we currently have in a better area than our first property was in because we made the area better. So it was a matter of it was actually Easier because then we were taking a poorly run bad property and we were improving in an area that we'd already started improving. So that was kind of the thought was that we knew the area. We knew the clientele. We knew exactly what the steps were to execute on those kind of properties and whatnot. And that was our thoughts as well as the fact as you mentioned Our first property was 42 units, and that was very hands on activity for us for two reasons, one out of necessity because it was very lowly occupied and didn't have a lot of income And so we had to do a lot of initial stuff ourselves. But secondly We're both kind of a learned by doing kind of people, and we knew that if we could do something that we could know how to do it better and how to make sure that people we did hire could do it as well. So by going from the 42 units that we currently have on that property and then eventually buying 112 more units. Right in the area. We were able to have a significant staff to be able to handle those things for so then we could step up a little bit more than look at the bigger overall picture of our future. Now, if I remember right? This is quite a bit of time back 2000 and 14, 2000 and 16. When you sold these off, it seems to me that you had kind of got into this right. Win. The marketplace was starting to go crazy. I mean, the prices that we were paying seemed high to me. Yet they ended up being low compared to where they went in my mind my memory bank. What was the prophet looked like on these three deals. Yeah, it was so much more in the end, then we expected And as you just said to a lot of it was due to the fact that it was a rising market. We have done a great job. But also the rising market was certainly good for us as well and on those three deals. We made about a three X return overall, meaning that if you had invested, you know, $100,000 in, he would have made $300,000 over the life of the project, which in these cases were actually only about three or four year olds. So that was pretty good Annual return as well. So you put in 100,000 when you say there's a $300,000 game that doesn't count the 100 you put in, did it or desert three X, So basically 103 100 hours 200 over what you put in, so it's two x 202 100% more than what you put in. All right, very clear about that. We know Susan needs help me out here. I think I'm understanding that it was actually it was a four X game wasn't not Susan. It definitely was on our fourth property that we sold. It was four x four X games so into me, restate that you put $100,000 in U $200,000 back and then you have $300,000 more. Okay. We want to be real clear on that This term three X is not really even a business term. I don't know who in our group coined that term, but nothing business turn and you know, so it sometimes a little deceiving. These were in what city? These three properties for everybody. These were in Austin. Believe it or not, If you remember when we first started our central Texas offices down here, it would. You know, I believe lifestyles. Thoughts were that San Antonio was a more likely kind of a target for the type of Properties we could buy, but we lived in Austin at.
Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan
"three deals" Discussed on Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan
"This week i picked up like three deals under contract One of them was my own to source elsewhere. When the point is like it's a it's a momentous something like build momentum so it's hard to build momentum like eight different markets you see source deals from elsewhere are these agents who have pocket listings or wholesalers off macdill. Yeah exactly like outside. So it's like kinda bird dogs people who bring you deal so this one one source of my own. That was cold. Calling in the other two were wholesalers. So yeah i mean you're also known as the guy actually buys properties can complete deals. So they're gonna come back to you for more whereas if you're a brand new person if you're like me some guy out of state and they're like i dunno close this guy's real or not beyond your established in their market for example so one wholesaler..
Real Estate Coaching Radio
"three deals" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio
"Like, this is not going to have a competitive Advantage because if you happen to be competing against the agent, who is mr. And mrs. You know, c m a master and they do know a great, you know, how to make a killer c m, a m, a r c m. A is just a hodgepodge you've thrown together. The sellers going to give the other agent more credit because it looks like they actually spent more time now again, I know there's great software programs to do this as well, that will do it for you roughly on Injustice else. Automatically, but again, you're not differentiating yourself from your competition because they're using that same software. So you need to understand, you can use the software but you need to be able to explain it at a higher level cuz that's what they expect from a true professional. And again, again when you follow our listing. Our listing process, our seven-step listing listing process is a reminder for our coaching clients. Do include your CMA, with your pre-listing pack, your complete name, and they with a suggested price range. So, again, coaching clients don't do don't. I don't get my price in this market with goes to Julie's next one, your upcoming points. Yes. Okay. So Point number five, reasons of losing listings. You were rigid with your commission and or your pricing. In addition you didn't create a game plan to the seller. Still feels like they're winning. Okay. So no. Any other questions isn't really an effective script, especially if the sellers doing multiple transactions. If they're a repeat client, referring client or someone who's tight on funds, to make the move. So here's a secret. Learn how to use your Unique Home. Like propositions. Okay from the pre-listing package etcetera but really the bigger Point here is, you know, agents walk around. Like they have got the world, you know, it's crazy. Like I turned it down because they were ten thousand higher than my price. Well, first of all, in a market like this, you might have gotten it anyway. We talked about that previously. Yeah, we get a ton of scripts and all that last podcast you guys go back and listen to podcast. We did prior to this. So I think it was show number this topic show number two, I think Angela and I gave three or four, great scripts, but do listen to what? Julie just said, don't lose the listing over price especially in a crazy seller's market like this. You might, you know the CMA mr. You might be in a situation where the CMA or the market is, the sold comps are saying it's worth one thing and yet you can overprice it by quite a bit and still going to sell with, cash offers in some markets. And this Market's going to stay crazy like that for some time to come. Well, same thing with your commission. Some agents are so rigid with their commission and not flexible and don't think it's about things like going to a flashing. Instead of coming off a percent and they lose business, for example, a builder that wants to give you three Deals and you're not going to be flexible for that. You know, you've got to think about it in our pre-listing pack which you guys get is a coaching clients may have something called the flexible fee commission structure. Now, the flexible fee commission structure is not cutting your commission and basically it's a commission structure that you're already using you're just not putting in writing and the real point of it is is that when you're competing against the flat fee, Brokers when you're competing against the Discounters, when you're competing against all these people that are basically trying.
"three deals" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Yes, we had a strategy to jail. What we did is we met with the lead investors that we were invested in. So we asked me with them one on one because he did have interests in doing it ourselves, and we would talk with them and, you know, ask questions. Ellen kind of get their point of view of this whole process of being the lead. Just kind of get that confidence that you know we could do it too. So we met individually with each of them, and that helps us. You know? Horde with Going ahead and do leaves ourselves. Did you take the the lead training classes? Absolutely absolutely. We spend our Saturday morning together, taking those classes and it was great. You know, it's always great to have a partner to do something less especially something like this. But the deal so we would spend our you know, Saturday's getting through the courses and you know we got through it and That added to our confidence level to become leaves as well. Well, you've done three deals as far as what your resume says You're one of them. You sold already has a lead you down to two now. We're up to two up to two. Our first deal with 18 unit property. That was our That was that was our training wheels. Steel. Um, it was 18 units over and and right over by Dallas Cowboys Stadium if everybody can get a picture of where that is in Arlington It was a poorly managed feel. It was completely classic We went in we renovated about. I think it was about nine or 12 of those units. And then we left the meat on the bone for the next buyer. We turned that deal around and under two years and we made it 6% return on that which is basically about 30% a year and we had originally planned to keep that one for five years. So, uh, we we beat that one. So all right, we'll take a break right there. We'll come back after the break with Candice Korean. The Dell wants radio show. Dill Wamsley explains how he found that speck of life that got him into the lifestyle. I had a guy I used to come into the health club every day and work out before hours a day Sit in the Jacuzzi swim play racquetball was happy looked great Tan all the time and one day I just asked him what do you do for a living? And he said Del..
KPRC 950 AM
"three deals" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"Yeah, we had a strategy to jail. What we did is we met with the lead investors that we were invested Dan. So we asked to meet with them one on one because he did have interests in doing it ourselves, and we would talk with them and, you know, have questions. And kind of get their point of view of the whole process of being the lead just to kind of get that confidence that you know we could do it too. So we met individually with each of them. And that helped that You know? Horde with Going ahead and she leaves ourselves. Did you take the the lead training classes? Absolutely absolutely. We've spent our Saturday morning together stake in those classes, and it was great. You know, it's always great to have a partner to do something less especially something like this. It's the scale so we would spend our you know, Saturday, getting through the courses and you know we got through it and That added to our confidence levels to become leaves as well. Well, you've done three deals as far as what your resume says You're one of them. You sold already as a lead you down to two now. We're up to two up to two. Our first deal with an 18 unit property. That was our That was that was our training wheels. Steel. Um, it was 18 units over and and right over by Dallas Cowboys Stadium. If everybody can get a picture of where that is in Arlington, it was a poorly managed steal. It was completely classic. We went in. We Renovated about. I think it was about nine or 12 of those units, and then we left the meat on the bone for the next buyer. We turned that deal around and under two years and we made in 6% return on that which is basically about 30% a year and we had originally planned to keep that one for five years..
The Weekly Planet
"three deals" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"It. Don't beautiful yeah. I just thought you might have been an adult. I've also been enjoying the cadre. Crunchy refer but we appreciate the book. You do a lot of guys do because you physiology. I love games. I've not one. That's like hugely into like the ones you got to dedicate so much time to like the mario so tightly know that kind of stuff is like gonna switch off earlier in the year late last year every now and then i'll fire up the Mario sixty four through that. That's a tough game. Man it is mechanically this broken heart at one three deal stock collection. I'll be doing Galaxy every now. That's fucking amazing. Time what have i been doing. I watched guy ritchie's new movie wrath of man we. Jason statham it good. He's done it again. Sommeil it's disappointed. Because these lots of i'm was signed bad drug dealing and matthew gentleman which white locked and the felt like early two thousands jason statham action and yes netflix. At those like tried to be a bit twisty but it wasn't very interesting and it's fine. I these aladdin. If.
Real Wealth Real Health
"three deals" Discussed on Real Wealth Real Health
"Hundred and fifteen hundred deals every week out of that about sixteen properties will fit in our criteria and out of that will be able to will make three to five offers a week on different deals and out of three deals that we put under contract will passer due diligence process. So it's been very it's a. It's a large large funnel that we are very very very specific about what. We're looking for a needle haystack. Kind of situation and yet. It's that's our formula we're sticking to it and how we seen the portfolio challenge. Or what have you been seeing. I guess since kobe. But then i think in our world in this real estate world things have seemed to shift a little bit in in twenty twenty one. The mindsets a little bit different than it was on the back. End of twenty twenty. I would love to get your thoughts on that so sure so the three different asset classes. The easy answer is we haven't been able to find any industrial properties so the industrial market has been extremely competitive. We have been buying Retell in office office in particular has been fantastic for us. Been able to suburban office buildings throughout the mid west that again. They're occupied by high credit towns long term leases and. We found that there were many who were motivated to sell in the pandemic. Because some people think that you know office people were never coming back to the office. Well that's that's how we think whatsoever. In fact we're seeing the opposite. People are coming back to the office. We are signing new. We are buying also medical office buildings which had no hardly any issues whatsoever throughout cove it and so we are. We struck while the iron is hot. We found people were motivated. Oftentimes for reasons that were unrelated to the actual asset that. We're looking to get rid of the in so that's we're happy to buy it. We're long-term owners long-term investors and so we'd understand that there's going to be cycles in the office market on as long as we buy it right the right price per square foot the right locations right tendency than we're going to be just fine in as proven to be correct and so there's that in the retail. There's some people out there that they that retails debt right amazon and this and that will. The secret's out about amazon. I mean we all know that there's online retail in e commerce and all that good stuff what was happening that shopping centers frankly have pivoted in transformed in the way that they they look like for example ten years ago shopping centers will be a place where you go shop and by the way i'm not talking about mall's close malls in different categories so groceries we just bought a grocery anchored shopping center. We believe that yes. There's going to be a grocery stores that sell online and deliver. And all that i think a lot of frankly is ordered online. You can pick it up and get moving on her day but then like the shopping centers are you know restaurants and medical and bars and service oriented businesses.
Real Estate Rookie
"three deals" Discussed on Real Estate Rookie
"Us an overview of your current business like where it stands today. How many deals have you done. How many units do you guys manage. Operate own yes. So our who are investing business. We have done three deals in. Its six doors total. Where in boston massachusetts okay. I wanna know you guys over. Were there any analysis paralysis. So you wanted to you. Start thinking about this when you were seventeen. How long until you actually bought that property. Yeah so it was. It was a wile again. We were young. We went to college but what we did was post college. We moved in with. My parents lived their basement to save up. So i don't think we had a ton of like your textbook analysis paralysis. I think it was a combination of like. We couldn't afford to get started right away. So we went through the savings sort of portion. I that took us. It took us two years to get our first deal but from the time we were ready until the time we were able to get under contract on something it wasn't super long and and that's pretty common timeframe. He knows somewhere around eighteen months to two years. I think for me it was almost. You're spot on for me from the day. That i said i want to be an investor until close not i property was about two years as well so you see that a lot now makes you. Both unique is that you're also has been wife so your husband and wife your business partners. I can just give us kind of the breakdown of how you separate duties and responsibilities. Who does what who focuses. On what aspects of the business. Yeah so i mean. I wish i had a picture. Perfect answer we work on it every day but as of right now kind of the breakdown is as what we found out through investing. Is that nick. Isn't the numbers guy. He loved analyzing the deals communicating making relationships with realtors the loan process in that portion of it. And he's actually transitioned careers. Which i'm sure we'll chat about the lone officer. And then i fell in love with the construction so like everything to do with construction and design on these homes figuring out kind of like layout talking to the architect and then i recently in twenty twenty transition to be an actual general contractor so we both found what we really liked and then just like dove headfirst into it but now working together. It's somedays poses challenges. Because i'm very type a. and i'm very over communicative and things like that. The one thing we've found that really works well for us in our business is we have one shared email contact at eagle hill homes..
Real Estate Rookie
Couple Leaves Their W2s (During COVID!) To Go Full Time in Real Estate
"Sale. The nick welcome to the digger pockets real estate rookie. Podcast super excited to have you both on here today. Thank you excited to be here. Thanks for having us little backstory seminar. Actually guests on my old podcast. The your first real estate investment podcast. I don't remember what number. But i think it was one of my top performing podcast super. Glad to have you guys back on to the real estate ricky show to kinda share your story to before begins the deal details and all that good stuff yourself a little bit about the two of you okay. Yeah so we have been investing for about three or four years. Now we've been together since we were like fourteen or fifteen years old and are now married. So nick was the catalyst of real estate investing in decided and he was like seventeen that he was gonna start planting. The seed takes a long time for me so that was really good and once we graduated college we moved into our parents. Basement started saving money in kind of took off our real estate investing career from there. That's gre- nick. I wanna hear from you as to why when you were seventeen. Did you think that you wanted to be in real estate. Investing i mean most seventeen year olds. Don't think that we have. It's an awesome question. I wish i had a great answer for it. I think i came from like my dad was self employed so i sort of came from that environment but never had anyone in my family that was into real estate. No we knew nothing about it. I think if i recall like probably all of us i started googling and then we found bigger pockets and so that was like kind of what got me hooked at that point but yeah no family connections or anything. I think i just always had the desire to like. Wanna do more than a w. two. I didn't want to be tied to her career again. I don't know why. I was thinking that at young age but i was and then it kind of drew me in. Can you guys give us an overview of your current business like where it stands today. How many deals have you done. How many units do you guys manage. Operate own yes. So our who are investing business. We have done three deals in. Its six doors total. Where in boston massachusetts okay. I wanna know you guys over. Were there any analysis paralysis. So you wanted to you. Start thinking about this when you were seventeen. How long until you actually bought that property. Yeah so it was. It was a wile again. We were young. We went to college but what we did was post college. We moved in with. My parents lived their basement to save up. So i don't think we had a ton of like your textbook analysis paralysis. I think it was a combination of like. We couldn't afford to get started right away. So we went through the savings sort of portion. I that took us. It took us two years to get our first deal but from the time we were ready until the time we were able to get under contract on something it wasn't super long
Conversations with Dez
"three deals" Discussed on Conversations with Dez
"You probably can still find some articles in google about it. This is very very old. I'm still dating myself and similarly You know the correlation between your drinking and cancer. Well it turns out that you know many drinkers also like to smoke. It's not drinking. that causes cancer it. Smoking causes cancer. So you know you get into this difference between causality and correlation and we cannot have nonsensical relations But to find 'cause -ality is the heart problem right so to me. Studying data and studying for patterns in data was was fascinating because number one. It's it's a very horizontal field. It does apply to You know An insurer like a blue cross blue shield It applies to somebody. That is generating. You know win win. Turbines offshore wind turbines like a company like siemens and and it also applies to You know a big retailers like tesco Who is looking at you know how much quantity of a good to supply to a given tesco store on a really hot day You know so so that you don't under sell but you also don't oversell because then you're going to The gonna waste right. I say fly the product one sale and this is these are perishable goods. Will that will build whether it's lettuce or ice. Cream so fanatic Yeah it it is very interesting to me to me. Data and understanding patterns or looking for patterns in data is is is something i finally find fundamentally find joy in so sorry for the long winded but was brilliant. I loved your example of the The odd correlations. I remember when they became means and we sold things like You know The occurrence of murder goes up when ice cream. Consumption goes up and My favorite one years ago was that someone had done a graph that correlated the the decline in pirates and the eighteen hundreds leading d two thousand met directly to the increase in the global temperature global warming. It's it's quite funny. When when you do some math like that you can relate things interesting to see your Your experience day with. I guess what we were referring to in the early days. This generation languages in abstraction from the three deals of c c plus. I guess pascal and so forth we are actually talking to the hardware but more importantly in your case you know as you said with sql and other languages talking to the daughter and many ways..
"three deals" Discussed on Everyday Talkies
"That sort of feeling. I have been able to achieve after his little gardens at the bar. No i'm still standing on expanding it but that's an elite Hobby picked up on some sometime so now on the stand the mechanics behind how we grew without killing. I'd killed alert of plants along the way china much of water to give what to keep in the sun. What not keep in the sun. But i'm getting there. It's not a quick process. You need any patient. China grow plants overnight. They'll take months probably a year or two ago. Know what you want. So yeah so. That's another hobby. I would picked up equity. Not unlike everyone else. I did child cooking but not really my thing. Talk about some of the movies navy went dude. I commend us. With as roma jack sheppard They're not maria star. english movies I'm from kayla so this movie wasn't mula especially this one will be called. How old are you somebody else. 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That's really not the feeling you get when you're with your pets and you play petting half pets. That's the feeding you'll get an on. This may sound crazy by the sitting next to plants okay. What you've been achieved. No try doing that. If you really want to get peace and stress out of your mind to sit there if creates if you buy lawns that you feel look appealing smell appealing. It will generate the positive energy that you desire to get from it and it really works. If it's inside your house outside your how is better way you find space to get it done. It really helps. It's really rejuvenated. I feel interested in. So i don't know whether i have the discipline as you have Duman what show. Because i remember oh my bitterness and the confidence they usually they have this habit of going. That won't even small ones this religious significance or some of them and some of them. They grow for daily news or something like that. But i never really venture too much into that. 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So no you know I think this episode has been the most motivating for all of us that whatever you pickup billionaire good at it That is what's so nice. Backup in the food you know. What specific thing stressing or move into from an perspective is that this is the first time people like us. Be shane at homes. For what one year and given the condition that we know and the number of cases that you see who knows how many more months we could see that we as a bunch of social group of people. I'd be an obstacle be confined in the house. You can find a notable on spend your entire be the at a stretch. It only takes a toll booth on at a mental physical. I would say so. How has this life been different. It has been different. Joseph howard has been for everyone else. I do have a good bunch of colleagues. I work with ahead a bunch of friends outside work. Take my little friend sock lahar outside work. I haven't been able to meet them nearly as a new store so little things that you can do. I mean this one would say you call them x. Temp is what everyone say beauty to them. Do you really make the effort. no makeup. Your phone call him saint. Hey how are you doing. Have you been good. How are you feeling i was from. I have been able to keep that up. I wouldn't saito hundred percent. But i did try. I really call them. All my friends special kept in touch what. I did the same at work. I mean be anchorage more of your calls. We play team building activities. I conducting three deals with my team every two weeks just to keep the team up and split it so those little things whatever you can do to insurance yourself and the people around you who used to be physically present around you. Whatever little thing you can do that would really you never know. I have received so much feedback from for example from the games that i see a combat for my team at work. Maybe someone's having a bad. The and maybe looking forward to a game that i would just gonna play. I wouldn't know that maybe they would feel that at the end of the game echo kid this. Cd made me feel good. Now your nor that so tied to your little bit by whatever you can do really just pick up your phone call someone. Excellent get radio call.
Real Estate Coaching Radio
"three deals" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio
"Hanging apples on their leads tree they get license and it turns out. They know three people to do three deals. They never and they spend to that they do really dumb stuff like spending it on buying leads. Don't worry i'm not going to get on my soapbox. And then they bas- they have no profit. Then they spend money they go into debt to buy more leads and do more dumb stuff and then within twenty four months or less. They're out of the business now. Why is that because they never took a professional approach they never learned to obviously reversal with their and learn and adapt the other personality styles. That's a big part of it but ultimately even if you conceptually get the understanding of being versatile and the importance of that if you don't have a professional approach you're not gonna make any money and i don't understand why agents. Sometimes they act like they. They're entitled to success despite the fact that they've really done nothing other than show up. That's right. I can understand it either other than that. They don't teach you the stuff in real estate school. And there's no requirement of brokers to to give you any education or office managers and the can be surrounded by a. I saw a perfect example of this. Because i can only spend like five minutes a day looking at the top gets posted on the facebook groups. Some people post something going sideways on a deal and there was like all of these opinions giving i kid you not giving legal advice okay. Gosh i was scanning through. And i'm going. There's like violation after violation here. Have you guys giving each other legal advice in a lot of it was not even sound in our experience. Okay and only a few people said ask your broker and other people's fed ask an attorney but i mean it's mind blowing how lack of education there is out there so i think some of it's their fault for being assumpta to your point. They feel entitled to just win every time and some of it's not their fault because there's just a dearth of real education. We'll send you our podcast since you overturned that rock. Let's be really honest with them. You're probably gonna end up in some brokerage environment where you're surrounded by office manager a broker that doesn't know how the hell sell real state you're probably gonna end up in the essentially in an office where they're going to tell you to buy leads where they tell you to join a team. We're going to tell you to work on your branding. Go make tiktok videos. Because you're probably going to be under somebody who's only sold real estate since probably two thousand eight or two thousand nine because frankly guys. That is what the industry is nowadays. So most people have never been trained. I had the real work of real estate. And if you get into this business and you find yourself in environments like that you're going to absolutely find yourself. Yup the probability of us succeeding as almost zero. Because you have to learn how to be of service to other people the way you learn to be of service to other people learn the skills that all the other people doing all the other fanciful stuff will never learned to do now because they didn't have the potential to learn how to do it but because they did not have someone telling them to do the right thing ultimately what you guys want where you're going to be happiest in life is when your service to other people. That's when you're happiest that's when all of us are happiest. That's the reason you want to be more versatile so that you can essentially be of service to more people but you have not earned the right to be of service to more people until you have the skill sets that those people need to solve the problem. Which in your case is buying or selling real estate and to your point about our Very nice listener..
Todd and Don
Power Returns To Millions Of Texans, But Many Remain Without
"Abbott says power has been restored nearly two million households in Texas and now no one is without power due to the state's power grid. Governor Abbott says the remaining 325,000 households without power due to reasons other than the state's power grid, either by power lines that are down or the need to manually. We connect the premises to power. Energy companies say all available trucks have been dispatched Abbotts top test going forward or to get the power restored to all Texans. Second to get clean water restored The third deals with burst water pipes. I am making a formal request of the president for a major disaster declaration. Chris
BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
"three deals" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
"Twenty two years old. This is incredibly impressive. What you put together that was largely because this momentum you built your work ethic your belief system. The habits you had were formed from basketball. They translated pretty well in the business where it doesn't matter if you're not tall enough for fast enough or strong enough i always tell people in business year. Athleticism is your mind. Your talent is your is your mind and all of us have complete control over how that works out like we talked with jim quick yesterday explaining how to program your mind like your body so as people are listening. I just want them to hear. That's the key you start you build momentum if it doesn't go the way you wanted you shift that momentum into something else but you don't completely you. Don't wait until you know exactly what you wanna do before you ever start moving. So thanks for that. Little segway and background. Now let's this kind of get into where you took it after you cold call. Yeah the cold calling business. Yes so we were calling every single day for three months and finally our. I deal even come from that. Though so an agent brought us opportunity because we were you know people know what i was doing. And it was just cr- i've never done a deal like this is in seattle and the sunset hill ballard area. Which is you do a ton of wholesale ios there and deal brought to us eight hundred thousand purchase price and the one buyer. We'd actually met that we knew was buying that we had a good relationship with. We sold them on this. Hey man if you build up two stories and you build a bridge over to an eighty top of the garage might might be something here. And he bought it from us. And that i check one hundred five grand norway. We're still file deal to pay people but we took only get drunk of that and that was listed. Mls know what was off mark. Okay so the agent founded off market brought to you than other help you so how my mind works is i kind of my mind immediately. Went to y went to crap. You have the check. But what if i don't do another deal so right away i was like how can i turn this thing into repeatable motto where we can keep deals So in other words how do you. How do you make a business out of this versus exactly. I don't know why my mind mental change. Their mind went right to their offense so we didn't spend any that money like none of it. I didn't get car. The time closed. Nothing say to my parents house and we next day recalling again and the knows actually another three months until we got the next year from cold calling or is there. I coined llosa six months of cocoa forget actual coco and then from there hired another Get another person. A cold calling on the person cocoa when i was nineteen after we were three deals in. We signed a three year. Personally guaranteed lease on an office in the when all in all we had to figure it out at that point because we had some overhead and so we started filling that office with a dis- buddies that wanted to try out real estate new sales and we had like seven or eight guys in their eventually is doing random..
Feliz Dia Novo
"three deals" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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Wrestling Travel Podcast
"three deals" Discussed on Wrestling Travel Podcast
"From two networks less than six months before this endemic. How dare how dare these grade wash. Wwe fans believe that nonsense that the wwe a billion dollar company needed to release anybody. That's why i think if anybody now is going to be look even worse because that is two billion dollars between three deals in the last eighteen months. Wwe is in such great shape and they're in such great shape for years and years to come with this deal but the counterpoint to that is an up. I i agree with you. One hundred percent. But i'm i'm glad they're not out there. Well they are essay. They got ms k. Saint some of the talent that they bring to them and then they by the way. M s que. Your prediction last week was wrong. Sp three finally nixon. I think your prediction was or maybe it was gonna run into the buzzsaw known as the killian dane and me talking back back to the topic. Yeah it's very 'cause they could they're gonna lose footing in that war. I don't know what an inch. Our ratings are verses annex t but i would think that an itsel ratings are probably going to be a little bit higher so that would be definitely an option. Which they they're gonna lose any footing in the w they're gonna have to come up with stuff. Your your guys is that they go to pay per views where we're going to have to pay for them That higher tier again. Then they're going to have to get off their creative asses and bring me like you said because i feel like You know as much as i love. Wwe in we. We love to go to wrestlemainia stuff but some of these your survivor series. Somebody said some of it's just like hey we're gonna take a powder here you know. We're just run because it survivor series. We don't really need to put a whole lot into it you do. It's time that the fans starting. Oh hey we want something for our money you know and you know if anybody's gonna do mediocrity. We're to do it right here. On this podcast. You know. we're just not going to collect a billion dollars of course but no we are trying to get back that's stranglehold on mediocrity i'm sick. Wwe haven't wwe owns. It owns it now but that. That's that's the whole thing like my biggest question with this deal was. How does this benefit peacock. How does be in That's probably a question i could ask to. Jain is like you being someone that owns like a street. We say how does peacock in return for their one billion dollar investment if they're not charging extra for pay per views..
Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast
"three deals" Discussed on Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast
"Need to be a licensed agent here in colorado and have closed at least a handful of deals racking essays certain amount of years of experience because again. Some people can have that learning curve. Go very quickly. But you have a few deals on your bed sooner the basics and there's a lot of nuances that we will teach you. We have very distinct way jessica. Preston have built out very tried and true processes that we are going to get. You plugged into the way we do. Which helps us you know when deals especially in tight markets like. We're in right now. So agent with some experience. Ideally three deals or more than you've closed and then you have access to people are which is the mls down there and then being a team player and being a team player really goes into our as with the envision visors were many agents are are one person shows and lot of times are very impressive. One person shows they're doing everything rather we really take that team approach where i have my strings. Janis her strikes. I've my weaknesses You know we all have restraint. Salinas's that's just that's a fact. No one's graded everything so we want someone whose strength is helping to put deals together. Find deals hustle negotiate contracts together all that stuff but yeah be team player and execute on your job on what you're supposed to do because jenny walks you don't what she's supposed to do. Actually i'm supposed to do at our entire team which is other agents and our our full admin staff their next you know they wanna do so being a team player and it's just a worker a self starter. I mean basically. We are grinders. I don't. I want to consider as the smartest people but i will consider a some of the hardest working people where we go out the rework we work. We work n relearn we work harvey works. We were reworked smart and we want someone with that similar similar attitude any a lot..
What's Good Games
Nintendo Direct Mini: Biggest Announcements And How To Watch
"On seven twenty, we'll debut the first intendo direct mini partner showcase series focused on titles from our development and publishing partners partners will share a few updates on a small small group of previously announced previously announced Antonio Switch Games check the full video release at seven am so then. Everyone's like Oh. My God we're getting. In Kingdom. Hearts and no more Mario News. The Mario remastered coming. It's like no, it's not okay anyway this. Comes from Euro Gamer. The long-awaited Shimagami ten say five launches for Nintendo switch worldwide and twenty twenty one knock dohrn knock torn the third entry analysis role playing game series gets an HD remastered for switch coming into slightly more definitive timeframe next spring, both were shown in action during today's antennas, direct mini and made up the bulk of its announcements this. Direct eight minutes eleven seconds the reveal of note cadence of her rule season pass containing three deal see slices, the first of which is out today these three packs at five new characters, thirty nine new songs in an additional story, featuring schoolkid respectively cadence of hair will second and third deal CPAC slash before October, and if buy them all the season game pass you get. Get some new Lincoln. Zelda costumes upcoming higher Estudios shooter company and Wwe to Cape battlegrounds were also shown married. Get does this get you all fluttered in any way shape or form? No, there was just nothing in that giant semblance of words that you had that made me feel really stoked and I also love how wwe to K.. Battlegrounds was mentioned as it was there. Like Patient trophy for you to add at the end there. No. My expectations were low and they were met. This was not meant to be like a big reveal. This was meant to be literally what they said which is, we have other people who work on smaller projects or they're finishing games already announced and talked about. We're going to let them talk about it a little more. Maybe show you a little bit more. Everyone freaked out because that's what they do. And we got back to Earth There's this is nothing anyone should be mad. At nintendo over smaller games deserted love to these like. They have niche audiences. People love this stuff. Let them have their day in the sun. It just wasn't my jam.
Vietnam ratifies major trade deal with the EU
"Vietnam is ratified is significant three deal with the European Union that's expected to boost the southeast Asian country's manufacturing sector and exports when it takes effect next month the E. you will live most tariffs on Vietnamese goods and cut the rest over seven years Vietnam left about half of its import duties on EU exports when the agreement to starts and phase out the rest over a ten year
Dow closes above 29,000 after China and U.S. sign trade truce
"Three PM on Wall Street we have higher equities with the Dow and the S. and P. right now at a record levels this after the U. S. and China signed that phase one trade deal it commits China to do more to crack down on theft of American technology and corporate secrets and it also outlines about two hundred billion dollars in spending by China as a way to try to narrow that trade imbalance with the US now in the energy space alone fifty two point four billion dollars in additional U. S. energy products include on that list LNG and even cold ball which is used to produce lithium ion batteries right now the Dow is up about a half of one percent a record twenty nine thousand sixty five S. and P. better by two tenths of one percent also at a record nasdaq composite up about two tenths of one percent but we are shy of a record high now back to that trade store president trump said that he's going to leave terror of song Chinese goods worth about three hundred sixty billion in place in order to have some negotiating leverage for face to deal president went on to say that all terrorists will come off when that face to deal is completed and he's not anticipating three of phase three deal in the bond market right now U. S. ten year treasury down a little bit in you'll terms by more than two basis points where one point seven eight percent we heard from the fed today vis a vis the beige book the American economy kept growing at a modest clip in the latter part of twenty nineteen the fed said that a deterioration in manufacturing employment really belied the overall tight job market across the U. S. terms of some of the equity price section that we're seeing bank of America shares down about two percent earnings here were disappointing net income at the consumer division was down nearly ten percent hurt by falling interest income and Goldman Sachs had of twenty four percent drop in quarterly profit however on a conference call with analysts Goldman seem to offer a little bit of a reassurance on controlling cost Goldman shares right now better by about a half of one percent and target shares right now weaker by more than well nearly seven percent after the company cut its quarterly sales outlook after a dismal holiday shopping season that is your Bloomberg business
Nintendo Voice Chat
How did Nintendo clean up at the Game Awards?
"Quick news the games last week yes and it was last year. Had the reveal joker for Super Smash Pros. It was it was a big year for the game origin. For Nintendo. This year was a little quieter for Nintendo. They're only kind of three key announcements. That were Nintendo related. Yeah I know Jeff Jeff Keely who runs the show tries really hard to get some cool stuff for Nintendo fans. Every year he was able to get. Reggie the retired. Reggie to speak and had a really uh-huh elder really nice speech about working with misdemeanor. Really Wa really liked that speech is like and that's why the winner for the best indie presented by subway. Eat fresh like. Oh there's no way around that but by now the three big things that were announced for switch or and there's more within this in terms of games that are also out on switch coming out on switch but the big main switch focus. Things were bravely default to announced which is not the second nonstandard. It is not bravely second. Yes yeah but bravely default to is being worked on also by the Octopus Traveler team which is pretty exciting bravely. Default is a feeling of flies a little but under the radar sometimes And it's a very cool. RPG and still hampered by one of the worst names for any RPG in the history of the third game was called called bravely default to second gets even better really good franchise I I that was surprising to me. That will get one. That's really cool and we also also got a new number. Here is three trailer. No new information about number Harris three we still. We already knew the release window. We already knew most of the stuff that was in the trailer but it was a really funny trailer now is really cool and then we also got deal see details for the rise of the Phoenix. Marvel ultimate alliance three deals and that that was kind of it in terms of which focus and it was a good show knocking the shows in general but like we got a message on twitter. That was like this seemed like a way weaker year for the game awards from an NBC fan. It's like well if you're Nintendo Fan. Yeah it was a little quieter. No no breath of the wild to teaser. Right like the game game awards and is wonderful sequence showing us You know the kind of like the serene landscape and attack sequence from the first game and the joker revealed me even two years ago. It was the deal. See out now that thing I think the thing is though as much is. It's a lot of times. They're like these surprise game announcements or just in general announcements at the game awards. It's still primarily just an award show on show I think people because there have been such cool announcements in the past especially in intendo related. The drawback there is kind of made gave fans an expectation that maybe in some ways doesn't really make sense considering that still just an award show but also if if you've gotten used to seeing these big moments when it doesn't happen suddenly feels like oh well. This wasn't as good as it was before. So it's it's a fine line to walk will and here's the surprising thing to me. He is if you go to the fighter pass the Smash Bros Fighter Pass. DLC Page it still says and it's said this since December when the game launched that they have by February twenty twenty to release all of the fighters and so we know for sure we are getting the last fighter in that fight hers. I fighter pass in. The next is two months and we don't know when they're going out to it. We don't know what it is this morning in Santa's sack or bag Santa. The character I'd I'd be cool with that all every awesome what it was like Santa from clay fighter. Sixty three and three thirty Kim. Yeah love that game. It'd be actually pretty. That may it means that they're they're basically sitting on it for a nice direct in January just took the year off which I'm cool with two. We'll probably get more animal crossing details in that direction. Correct as well right. It's not it's not any you don't need any sort of insider information to be like. Yeah there's probably going to be a director Lee. Next ultimately the treat intend offense at the game awards was that Smash Brothers won the fighting game. Category that game because the game awards early in December the smash was beyond the cutoff last year. It was our fighting fighting game of the year. In two thousand. Eighteen should obviously in so eh best soundtrack of yeah. It's just there's no alligators right. It's pretty amazing soundtrack. Soundtrack Gum to training really good music does have given fan like it was a good year for music and Games. To be honest it was a there. Were a lot of really good soundtracks. That could have been honored and I would have been like. Yeah that's that's a good cadence hirose also bopping. Yes exactly which which also I guess. That's a thing it just got free deal. Sea Tac gains a firewall. So there's a little news
The Great NBA Heist: How One Man Stole Millions from the Sacramento Kings
"Fans are really familiar with the basketball side of an NBA team. You know the starting five. You probably do the general manager and the coach and then there's this parallel world in NBA Franchises. which is the business operations? Kevin Arnovitz writes about the NBA FOR ESPN NBA. Teams have senior vice president of human human resource and for the Sacramento Kings. That person is Stacey W- exit so August two thousand eighteen wags in his doing human resources stuff off for one. There's this document that executive who just left for the Miami Heat was supposed to leave behind schedule of commissions for sales reps but he forgotten to do so now she needed to dig into some files to find it so she opens up the file directory in it is a mess. She can't find in anything. There's no rhyme or reason dates or names of folders. She does find this one folder titled Turbo Tax. An inside is all kinds of just really weird stuff. There's a depreciation schedule for a golf cart in furniture at some beach house in southern California. None of this looks like anything anything that is Sacramento Kings business. And what's really weird is all of this stuff is associated with an entity. She has never heard of Wigs and looks over all this stuff and she just knows something here isn't right today the untold story of our high ranking. NBA Executive stole thirteen million dollars and almost got away with times. It's Tuesday November nineteenth this is espn presented by Dell small business. So Kevin You published your story today it starts with the Sacramento Kings Chief Revenue Officer. Who is this Guy Jeff? David is the chief Revenue Officer for the Sacramento Kings. And that's just a fancy name for the guy who deals with all the sponsorships right he's in charge of the naming rights to the arena. He's in charge of in arena. Sign Edge The practice facility sponsor and was is really well thought of in this space if you ask a bunch of business side people in the NBA. Hey you're the ten most likely people to become team presidents in the next ten years like Jeff Davids often on that list. What kind of guy was he? He was a California Bro. He was the consummate sales guy he would come into a Monday morning meeting and say let's close some phone numbers today in closing phone numbers. Jeff speak was let's close some seven-figure sponsorship deals was generally well liked as just in a abusive hug. It out kind of guy in the office. So it's an exciting time to be part of the Sacramento Kings. And he does something interesting he. He creates his own company Sacramento sports partners. Why does he do this? So we asked Jeff David what he says is that around around two thousand and eleven there was an NBA lockout and a lot of people. Really panic I mean the thing about a lockout is there's just not any revenue coming in everything's frozen and so I think a a lot of business affairs people in the NBA are just worried. Like what if I have to lose my job. Would I have to go do something else. So the Way Jeff David tells it is I created this thing because look I might need to do some consulting on the side. That's not what he does know. Jeff David starts to do something really interesting. Rather than billing sponsors answers that he gets to by signing edge in the arena through the traditional Sacramento Kings accounting he has them pay Sacramento sports partners. Which looks like if you're getting an invoice at this company that is just bought this linage? It seems perfectly appropriate. Seems like exactly the kind of entity you would pay if you're writing a check to the Sacramento Kings. UNBEKNOWNST to the company it's actually an entity owned by Jeff David that sounds like some subsidiary of the Sacramento Kings. How many retirement he did about three deals totaling a little around thirty thousand dollars to what happens next so it really starts ramping up? Two Thousand Fifteen. Two Thousand Sixteen in the Kings were moving from they're really old arena to this brand new sparkling downtown jewel box. He is the point person for the naming rights both for the Rena and the practice facility in the kings identify really David identifies to sponsors that are relatively local. One is golden one which is a credit union in California and the others. Kaiser Permanente healthcare provider Divider well-known in California kice negotiates a really good deal for both sides. I mean it's it's going to be one hundred ten million dollars over twenty years with golden old in one. They're going to have their name in lights. This is the biggest deal of Jeff. David's career and Kaiser Permanente is going to pay twenty eight million dollars over ten years to have their name on the practice facility ability. Everyone is thrilled is bosses are happy. The sponsors couldn't be happier especially golden one. Is this little credit union. They're gonNA have their name on an NBA arena. It's all really great. And then he gets creative. Has That for whatever reason David decides that he wants them for himself at a certain point. During that negotiation nation there was conversations golden one in the kings that look. If you guys ever need more cash up front were credit union. We can help. We can't keep cash on hand so whether it's finishing the arena or whatever we could possibly service Jeff David file that away and then in two thousand sixteen. After the deals completed he comes to golden one and says hey remember of those conversations. What if we did that would if you sent nine million dollars our way in an exchange will knock off some money off the later payments down in the deal? The old past two thousand twenty six down the road. Golden One couldn't be happier to help. They're thrilled with the partnership. And they wire nine million dollars to Sacramento remigio sports and then he does it again with another deal. Jeff David does something very similar with Kaiser Permanente the training facility naming sponsored Kaiser Permanente ten years twenty eight million dollars. It's now a lot of these deals. That teams do with these kinds of sponsors. They have what's called an escalator was just a fancy. See Way of saying that there's an inflationary adjustment each annual payment so jeff. David goes to Kaiser Permanent Day and says hey rather than put escalators for each of the payments. Why don't you just give us four point four million dollars up front and we'll go without escalators? Kaiser says absolutely that's absolutely fine. They send four point. Four million dollars to Sacramento's that's why partners so the has over thirteen million dollars from Kaiser and golden one teams biggest sponsors ever that get wired into his account for his own personal gain in the kings know nothing about how does no one else in the organization. have any idea that happening you. This was a question that kept getting me when I was trying to get to the bottom of the mystery and I asked Jeff David. I said you ever worried that you know on game nights when all the sponsors and the Mucky mucks are down on the floor for warm-ups and everybody socializing in the Lexus Club. That your boss wouldn't be talking to the head of Golden One Donna. Bland and and say hey thanks for floating us that my million dollars and David said it he never actually were one of the things he said is. It's sort of like Thanksgiving dinner with your family like when the sponsors interact and I was primarily the point person when they're interacting with kings officials. No one's talking about the transactional nature of your sponsorship assertion dealer your deal structure. It's almost uncouth and the truth of the matter is everybody trusted Jeff David why not he was the. NBA's consummate soccer dad. He was really really good at this job. Everybody was happy everybody was instilled with the Sacramento rising sort of spirit. That's down hollow cores being built up in here the parties responsible multiple Ford. Everybody was having a really good time and nobody was talking about the transactions at any point does he come close to getting caught. A really interesting thing happens so when it comes time for golden to make their first annual payment this is not the nine million upfront. This is just their first annual July first payment they actually send the annual payment. That's it's due to the Kings to Sacramento Sports Partners Jeff Davids entity. David has to explain. Like oh no no no. This was just the account. It was really for that nine million dollar construction auction money. Now let me you need to. I'M GONNA give this back to you and you're going to wire it to the actual kings account so nobody thinks anything of this and and you think about it. Airs Happen All the time again. Nobody was on alert that the lead sponsorship executive in
London Calling: British Prime Minister Theresa May's future in doubt
"Prime Minister Theresa may could announce her resignation. Any day. Now a report in the times of London says may could announce as early as Friday that show quit. Her post, she'll remain as prime minister, while her successor is elected pressure is reportedly mounting on may to resign amid a backlash of her offer of new Brexit plan that she wants to put before parliament, all makers of Artie, rejected three deals, from may for Britain to exit the European
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Nunes to send 8 criminal referrals to DOJ over Trump-Russia probe
"Republican congressman Devin Nunes plans to send eight criminal referrals to the attorney. General this coming week that focuses on the origin of the Trump Russia investigation. USA's? Rick Vincent reports newness tells Fox News five lame specific people in crimes three deal with conspiracy misleading congress, obstruction and classified leaks. This is kind of a strange situation where you have McCarthyism like new McCarthyism that birds'd with Watergate wannabes. You had unbelievable leaks. That occurred across all of our government. You had all sorts of reporters ninety percent of the press essentially was was in on this. It started by dirtying up he presidential candidate. And that it went onto dirtying up a president newness as the ranking member of the house intelligence
Mexico's president-elect and Donald Trump share 'respectful' phone call
"Prime day created by amazon in two thousand fifteen to markets twentieth anniversary has inspired other e commerce companies to invent their own shopping days in fact one of them wayfair introduced way day in april and that's become its biggest revenue day ever in your news this morning president donald trump's predicting positive relationship with mexican president elect andres manuel lopez oberdorfer president trump says he called mexico's new leader on monday to congratulate him just spoke with the president elect of mexico we had a great conversation about a half an hour long we talked about border security we talked about trade we talked about nafta we talked about separate deal just mexico the united states we had a lot of good conversation i think the relationship would be very good one we'll see what happens but i really do believe it's going to be very good one he had a very excellent election did i would say even better than antiquated so between the president of mexico and also the i guess you would call him the president elect but i think he'll do a i think he's going to try and do very hard i think he's going to try and help us with border we have unbelievably bad border laws immigration laws the weakest in the world lopez oberdorf says he supports reaching a deal to renegotiate the north american free trade agreement with the us and canada now those talks have been stalled over the trump administration's demands for higher us content and a sunset clause in the nineteen ninety four three deal now the president says he'll wait until after the november midterm elections to sign any new agreements well from george mike into kobe bryant superstars flocked to la for decades lebron james following suit headed to the bright lights he decided to sign with the lakers of the free agent announcing that over the weekend the four time nba mvp agreeing to a four year deal worth one hundred fifty four million bucks so how do lakers fans feel about the king coming to la as soon as right before we came on wednesday somewhere around here we just put it into us guys lebrons coming to la he'll just went nuts the table that restaurants i don't have any expectations but i do expect just because a lot of talent not far not you know what i mean like the bride is about the bring championship that audio courtesy of the associated press i don't know buddy given the golden state warriors edition of dmc boogie demarcus cousins to what is already a loaded hoster up there in golden state championship seems out of reach for anybody in the nba james already was aware of the upstate challenge faces after losing three of the last four finals to the warriors as he was wearing that cleveland uniform of course later on in the show will discuss all of this and more with creek he's cornered don and gaylon creaky right here more breaking news on the way on this tuesday morning it's july third you've got america's first news america's first news with matt ray will be.
California governor pardons 5 men facing deportation
"The president versus the governor hi paul stevens fox news president trump responding to california governor jerry brown pardoning five immigrants facing deportation president wrote on twitter governor jerry moonbeam brown pardoned five criminal illegal aliens whose crimes include one kidnapping and robbery too badly being wife and threatening crime with intense to terrorize three dealing drugs is this what the people the great people of california what at fox news fox is peter doozy governor brown's pardons do not stop the deportation process but it prevents authorities from using any convictions basis for their deportation new jersey senator corey booker delivering the democratic weekly address focusing i last week's march for our lives in washington demanding tougher gun laws that's why people marched because they know that the resistance to change the small minority stopping us from marching towards safety they are on the wrong side of history last weekend's march led by students survivors from last month's shooting rampage at a florida high school funerals held today for fifteen palestinians killed.