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"three hundred four thousand dollars" Discussed on Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash
"I in the access to their free three video series now. Today's guest we have Someone that has been crushing the real estate off for over a decade or is really really crushing real estate and he's in one of the most competitive markets in the country. That's right that's california okay. With the prices of a shack is still thousand dollars. Okay and so he's gonna come on today and talk about what he's been able to do with making three hundred four thousand dollar deals and i'm talking about wholesale deal guys okay. He was wholesaling before the term was coined hosts. All right so let's go ahead and welcome on my guest jason. Our guys what to another episode of escaping the rei no museum. I'm your host. Chris bruce and i have a special guest on today guys. You know every time. I bring any type of guests on his show. I make sure they're verifying. They're doing astronomical numbers in their marketplace. And we have a guy absolutely crushing it and one of the most complicated competitive markets in the country. Guys is san francisco california. So it'd be go ahead. Wait no further and bring on our guest today. Jason boosie jason good. Thanks for having me on man. I appreciate you taking time out your day to come on the show solar for listeners. That may not know Much about you sound a little bit about what you were doing before real estate in how you got into real estate while right before i got into real estate i was in the mortgage business so as a loan officer and i was doing a mortgage for people and when interest rates were dropping. It was a great business. I was making like ten. Twenty thousand. A month is everybody. Was roy refinancing their mortgages. But as soon as the fed rates in a business just died offset go from making like ten or twenty thousand a month down to pretty much zero like a feast or famine type business in it felt. It was out of my control like the chairman of the federal reserve. A lot. more control. Over my own job that i did. You know with what happened so by the time. Like two thousand five came around. I was pretty much broke. Had spend all my savings. And i really didn't know what to do and i got a friend who is a real estate agent. He had just recently gotten his license in. He was rehabbing one house and then he said he was looking for more. And a civil. Can i somehow get involved. I don't have any money. I don't have any credit. I don't know anything about fixing houses. But i definitely have the motivation to somehow. You know help and get involved with this. And if i can make some money doing this that'd be great any said well. I guess if you can find me a house that's not on the market in. It's a good deal. I'll bite off you or all. Finders fee i said sure So where where do you want me to find a house. He gave me a couple of areas so nobody taught me how to do this. I didn't take any seminar that the time to warn any doubts. Two thousand five. There weren't any facebook groups. I don't think facebook even existed. And you know the internet was out there but today you have so much more information. I never took any classes or anything. I've had to do this. But i just sort of improvised and i did something that still do to this day. Eleven years later and still get me a lot of deals and basically what it is. I went out. And i started talking to real estate agents and i said you know i work with a with an investor partner. Mind in we're looking for properties that are not on the market that might have some upside potential for an investor. In after i talked to a number of people that i met in house. And i go to open houses and meet agents and things like that. After a couple of weeks i got a call from one of them saying i have a house. That's not on the market. That might work for you and get this. They wanted a million dollars for the house now. At the time. I was flagged broke at two thousand in the bank in here. He is tommy. We want a million dollars. So this is where like you know. It's kind of like you know if you if you know how to be s or not because if you don't then you know in that situation you just kinda show your hand and nobody wants to deal with you because you're just broke guy doesn't have any money does not but the deal together but i just figured you know this would be the time to bluff and pretend like. I could make this happen because i knew that. Obviously i didn't have a million dollars. But i knew that. If it's a good enough deal. I can find a buyer and again at this time like nobody. Join me. Step by step how to wholesale. I didn't even know that term existed back back in the day. I said you know what this was. Just sort of going. On intuition said they want a million. Let's offer nine fifty so he says okay. Let's for nine fifty then the counter us back at nine seventy five. Now i know for a lot of people around the country. These vices sound insanely i. But i'm in the san francisco bay area which is along new york city the most expensive market in the country. So million dollars for a house around here is not really that big of a deal. So nine hundred. Seventy five thousand dollars. Of course. That was a huge deal to me. you know. i have two thousand dollars in the bank. I signed the contract. And then somewhere i had heard and again no class no teaching nothing like that but somewhere over heard somebody say something about indoor. Johnny c can put somebody else on the contract. So i said can you put andrew after my name. So he says fine and signed the contract non contract for nine seventy five now. I need to come up with three percent earnest. Money deposit only like thirty thousand dollars. Three percent of million of nine seventy five. And i had like two thousand dollars in the bank so i give them a check and i said can you hold this for a couple of days to transfer money between accounts. Now the reality was. I didn't have any other account at one account. And i had two thousand dollars of it so but i knew that now i have three days to find somebody who actually has the money so they can put in there in his money deposit and then i can get check back so basically scrambled and i was talking to my friend about it. He wasn't sure he wanted initially. And then i started kind of freaking out because i had three days to find a buyer and i put ads on craigslist and different people were coming in. They're like having an hiring and nobody wanted and finally on the third day my friend found some clients that said okay the by it in fix it up so they put in the three percent earnest money. I got my check back which would a balance anyway the funds and then they gave me outside of escrow and upfront twenty five thousand dollar assignment fee. I was hooked from that day. Because i just made twenty five thousand dollars for a few days. Work was the biggest check at every point. And i have two thousand dollars in the bank so i just you know my net worth just went up like thirteen hundred percent from like two thousand twenty seven thousand in the bank and i was on cloud nine and then you know what i couldn't wait to do another deal again and then i went and i found another deal from an ancient and i made twenty thousand on that one and that one i just found buyers of craigslist. And then my third deal. I finally had some money. So i said let me do direct mail and i sent it to people in foreclosure and i got a great deal and i- wholesaled that one and i said you know the first one i may twenty five the second one in may twenty. I'm going to be a little bit greedy on this. Is i think it's a great deal. I'm gonna ask for fifty thousand dollars. And lo and behold somebody that met at one of the local real estate investment clubs branches in the be all and i got fifty thousand was to wait till the close to get.
"three hundred four thousand dollars" Discussed on WRVA
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"three hundred four thousand dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"In Las Vegas then native Nevada it's more than three million people now call of at home it was the fastest growing state in two thousand eighteen according to realtor Steve walks California is the driving force for Nevada's market we're seeing people are retiring there on fixed income on pensions are moving from California Nevada because of money because so much farther add on higher taxes he said it's no wonder so many are making the leap California just so browse seven up to two hundred three hundred four thousand dollars and they don't mind paying the extra amount of rent while they get comfortable finding a house here so what's happening here in Nevada prices are going up Las Vegas off five percent jump in rental prices the highest across the country the higher rates are now pushing locals out of the Hendersons Summerlin areas some of the more sober V. in areas there is a an apartment complex near my house when I live in Summerlin Nevada Las Vegas Nevada and it is a gorgeous apartment complex it's nice it's near target is nearer you know you know fast food gas station in this part of town eight bedroom is eighteen hundred it was about a thousand a thousand a month for studio.
"three hundred four thousand dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Back to the calls we go going to go to David mall than I know David mall the day welcome back how are you thanks for having me on your back porch yeah yes Sir what's your take on all of this year right you're an experienced driver I am on call to just talk I heard of a lift driver call in the last hour and I just wanted to address a couple of points he made untrue for one thing Israel no like average age of passengers I've taken everybody from high school kids to the elderly you know you never know going to get let me ask you tell me the truth okay I assume that your your clients your your passengers skew a little younger because yeah I know that younger people are much more comfortable with the apps on there's a there's only all it really does I have five professionals to just going to the airport you know you know I get I get that but I'm I'm young but overall obviously in a Friday night or Saturday night if you work in you're talking about all of the kids are running around town I get that okay but I mean I'm just saying there are old and there are some folks who are you know of you does senior citizens or whatever you want retirees who would do a better on the apps but the fact of the matter is that this is the younger generation who's taken advantage of uber and lift which is fine yeah tend to agree yes for sure but do you have a look I was I my wife and I took it over the other day we're we're both over thirty believe it or not I only get a good the other thing service it doesn't really cost anything to try to lift that actually does a spell if you own your call use your own car yeah it costs a lot less but you got to take into account your insurance if you don't tell your insurance company that you're using your vehicle for left you can get major find don't take so I get on the bed and here compared to the cabbies who many of whom metal put under three hundred four thousand dollars for their had the license center to mortgage this I can't tell you how much it cost me because I know the exact brand and it cost me about twelve hundred dollars a month because or the car partners with left in a leased vehicles for use the left and it costs two hundred thirty three dollars a week and a cost me about seventy Bucks in castle week but with the PO leaves you get you get unlimited miles you get maintenance and they take care of your insurance so it might sound like a lot but you know is a pretty good okay but but you're also not paying off a mortgage alone on a three hundred and fifty or four thousand dollar half the license right that's true too and I just can you that's why uber in live can be a little less expensive but I have great sympathy for cab drivers because the the the rules the rules were changed and look the cabbies didn't get their act together the politicians that protect the cabbies we know that and and and and they ended up with the short end of the stick but I'm I'm pretty sympathetic to cab drivers I know a lot of these guys and women who try to just make a living but what's the solution real quickly what is your solution if you could wave a magic wand I don't know did you read the piece in the globe today that we've talked about for ten hours they're talking about with the like I left lanes a kind of I want to see how that works out not like forty five dollars a day well the day talking about increasing told to talk about congestion pricing so if you have the drive into certain cities what they're trying to do is to try to get people out of cars they were they one little riding bicycles on bus right on trains and look that's fine but don't don't do that do that editorially into because they will be editorials in the gold later this week I'm sure talk about this a lot so there's a lot of the editorial station in this so called spotlight team are you ready to write it was one more thing is just one more quick dinner and I had a trip today the shared world which means that people in the car yeah one of them was going to analyze and one of them was going to let him know I use the GPS called ways W. A. Z. I'm very familiar with lunch exactly all through the backstreets ever to LA side the only traffic I hit was a near your radio station in the big circle and then took me up to par house square and abroad women's exact me all the way up to anyways no wait wages good those those and because a lot of people complain about ways because when there's traffic jams people now find yeah cause go there all right David thanks much my friend we'll talk soon okay thanks for having me thank you very much going to go to Kevin out in Hopkinton there's no traffic in Hopkinton except on patriots day hi how are you today how you doing good Dan how are you good love you got that radio turned down we're gonna be able to talk what's your take on all of this okay night just one let you know you're speaking about bike lanes and actually the stuff like that I live in a heart beat and I have a house in Hopkinton I live right on the main drag no that the town had a vote in April which they never notified like residence or business people in the downtown area our E. area that being affected here long story short they want to re light allies the downtown area they want to take fifteen feet of my property make it into a bike lane in delaying so that they have an extra lane to make dairy a downtown area look beautiful quickly let me ask you about the trip when you say take fifteen feet of your property I normally what they do is they put in right they they they they take asphalt so if let's say this it would be death whatever the number of of feet sixty feet across an intersection they'll take a couple of bike lanes are they going to do an eminent domain and part of your property yes Sir a date date they are taking their they wanted as in they want me to donate it and then in December that's what they want yes Sir yes Sir yeah so I told you that they had a vote in April which myself and my girlfriend on the house had no idea that this vote was being done finally we found out about it we went to the town meeting and the cable did her another day and then they voted on it and now we're stuck with this so I don't have I don't know why are saved a hundred people that are now fighting this Dan and what we're doing is it's called the downtown Carter alliance status trying to stop it and we're having a dell a special town meeting on December ninth and we've had petitions we got signatures we get more signatures to spot but that meant that they had at the vote okay so here's the deal Kevin hit I want to do I want to help you out okay okay I want Nancy is going to give you my direct line during the day and I want you know call me and leave me a daytime phone number I will call you back and then we'll try to go to bat for you how many homeowners are being impacted by this well right now that I know of is probably what yeah I I I don't know to be honest with you we got to get your act together this when Kevin because obviously unity there's some strength here and if they take in fifteen feet of your land they wanted you to donate fifteen that's crazy do you have a lawyer you got to get a lawyer in this cabin well we we are working with the downtown alliance first because you missed a big mistake Kevin big mistake really lawyer up my friendly lawyer out fine thank you biggest nastiest lawyer and and look if you got a whole bunch of people that are impacted by this we do and I'll talk to you about this off here and I'll give you some advice on it and I'll leave it all even do some some will do an hour some night if if if I can't promise that but if if it appears if you could show me it appears what it is the answer is going to give you my direct line give me a call I'll call you back some afternoon between three and four so give me a daytime phone number okay okay do you and before you hang up then yeah I'm not going to hang up I don't know well I don't know if you remember me are you an I met one day about a year and a half ago maybe a little longer in person and berkline AT T. S. century twenty one bank okay many yes I know yeah we will do this will do this off the air but that's even better hang on answer give you my direct number okay thanks will go that we'll we'll go to bat for him because if they have these bike lanes out in Hopkinton and they're taking people's land give me a break Bucky in Boston but you I don't think I've ever had someone named Bucky on the shelf how are you tonight are you doing them no I've been with I called you like four four times in you always use the name Bucky yeah my name that's my name bucktail site that will will Bucky welcome back I'm sorry I should have remembered are you alright ahead what's on your mind of all the traffic then there's the problem is over last July you know so you're staying over lift hire drivers after you have your license for one year you can drive Barton last looks very ins the people driving park in the middle in order to not satellite about customer and he does people doesn't care about any party behind your arms and over the last these are absolutely ridiculous second thing regarding hired all state like Rhode Island Connecticut Florida sleep number don't be Texan Massachusetts second thing are you been in Boston to win one years Boston is absolutely since the war started is absolutely ridiculous well but if you if you listen to my show you know that I'm a big supporter of cab drivers yes and I will continue to be a big support because I think you guys got the short end of the stick and I talked I've talked over time to a lot of the politicians and and you guys got to get get together and then try to counts because you're still paying off the money that they did you borrow to together Hackney license I assume yeah yeah and so.
"three hundred four thousand dollars" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Not just yeah playing golf swing I I agree Jimmy I think if I were him I'd a goal your work out get you know try to get your head straight we're going to cancel that and come out and play a couple tournaments in October and early November because if you win one of those things that the one in Reno or wherever else they are so those are worth five hundred FedExCup points there they're just as viable as women something in March it's it seems that would differ somebody that it's on the cusp of getting out the game back kind of straight out it might be a a good way to go fruits of Phil Mickelson he won the eighteen determine at pebble back in February the rest of the season was pretty awful three dismal you play twenty events he missed eight cuts so Phil Mickelson missing the cut forty percent of the time he turns fifty next June do what do you see it I still full time big tour player if he plays a couple Champions Tour events like maybe the majors over there what do you think he does I think he's I don't think he sees himself as a senior at this point I mean eight he's going to play the big tour and and maybe a senior open of the senior PGA but the ninety five percent on the big tour yeah I I I sense you're right about that Jimmy Jim fear is another guy's forty nine his best finish since may was a tie for twenty seventh now I think he's the kind of guy they could go out with the short little burst on the Champions Tour and just be wildly dominate because he still makes you a top fifty player on the big tour I mean I I I don't know if it's a money thing but you know you can go collected could go some three hundred four thousand dollars winners Jackson champion store that's not a not a bad way to live right it's a great way to live but it's not like Jim here is gone I really hope I can make make rent next week I mean it's there and we're all looking to go and I'd be great he just kind of goes and mops up on that you want to talk about the JV reserve team I I look at it that he would be a pro a prototypical Champions Tour player very dominant on the on the time when I'm very damaged but a solid solid journey meant a hall of fame golf career you would say just an all around good person he would be somebody that may make the senior tore go fit having Phil Mickelson out of there would be rock stars yet offer them a similar to Steve Stricker but stricter on steroids I would say but I don't I think I think magazines would go back down he's going to play more on the senior tour than we think because he he likes the attention and if you can go win a tournament winnings winning but I think fury is going to be that type of person it is going to have a longevity on the senior tour I think that fear is the kind of guy who can go out there and and could do with Stricker did cherry pick of events and and you know when you go up to a couple of senior majors in that sort of thing I'm I'm curious to see whether or not he'll do it this year maybe is that this year maybe a year or two down the road I I Mickelson would be I mean if it's Steve Stricker could cut talk Mickelson into playing that term in Madison you're mad Johnny how huge that that would be a last one fruits Jason day you seem to run out of gas at the end of the season he's thirty one but as bodies this is like a he's an old thirty what is that a lot of of injury problems wrist thumb all sorts of stuff yeah he was the lead player via back in twenty fifteen for a a short burst you always whatever it was that one season or so what are the chances for each the think that he he returns to elite status his body seems kind of old for guidance that young I think his chances of returning to Italy if we're really talking to elite status I think the the chances are slim if if not none he can still play the game he still puts great but something is amiss something's not there you you may be right maybe it's this the body thing I don't know but maybe this desire maybe doesn't have the same fire the AD back then I'm I'm not sure but he can still play well and he can still win again but a leap no what's the what's the story with him Stevie Williams I know they just broke up two week two weeks ago just out of the blue because he kind of called Stevie Williams out of retirement income on his bag he was only there for like three four months and it was all of a sudden yeah Stevie see later so I don't know if maybe see we've got out there and go now I think there's another paycheck on another bag gets better but it's hard for any of these guys to stay elite for a right and is that the future that we're gonna see in golf here in this short bursts for the next decade because these guys are going away I don't just want to make this point into the one of the reasons I talked about so the older bodies and some of these younger players that have some relatively nagging or even some serious injuries because of the kind of golf swing that they've developed this this very violent sort of thing that's got so much torque to it that it's it's it's a tough on their bodies at some point I get in the notes this week which we're not gonna talk about to give it some day of week we get so much of the modern golf swing as opposed to the golf swing that was kind of talked forty fifty years ago and and how much tougher that is in your body Phil Mickelson it was quoted in an article as it was a golf dot com with their talking of more Mickelson was like what yeah look at guys like Rory had good luck have an a a decent back by the time you're you're in your early to mid thirties because that that swing that you've got is just going to rip your your back apart at some point that he might be right about that we'll have to kind of wait and see I'll tell you what we got to stop it here we're gonna come back we're going to do the more Sir update play better golf segment with fruits giving out to tips this week fruit you're prepared for that of course will I will get that all under way.
"three hundred four thousand dollars" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"P. U. S. army third toward Iraq never have I ever seen so much love and support from people I don't even know my mom always told me that there angels among us right now I really do believe that I'm very much your support maybe the most important thing I choose can carry with them to show your support visit America supports you dot MIL it was apartment to land at council says then you can go buy a watch like who bought or pack tech what I'll do more as fifty seventy thousand dollars more folks I don't even know with those names are I've never even heard of those watches so this guy is all about ego this is a walking talking ego maniacal monster he goes once as a couple Chanel bags free wife over lifetime in a fancy builder to some designer shoes are too and there goes another ten thousand twenty thousand dollars actually to weigh more now by your house by your mom a house like an NBA player who gets his first big new contract and your words your loved ones for a decent house about four and fifty thousand dollars forget about the one you just bought yourself before interview thousand dollars between the two of them you're not broke hi ten percent that's a hundred thousand out of that million college for kids to kids that's two hundred thousand of that million and then cancer about with cancer somewhere between three hundred four thousand dollars and less of course you have insurance interesting books we didn't even talk about taxes now you're the whole with the IRS is why Nick cage and Wesley snipes and broke at all by the way those boys are getting ten to twenty million a movie so how is it how we use it to blow through a million dollars well by the time you got there the bottom of the shoe now to sell your rules to bring your watch and your watches the pawn shop and face the brutalization that your million dollars of blown by the way it's because you blew it it's because you never had enough your million dollars experience leading you believe the money won't make you happy so now he's making the point that okay now do you feel gone broke now you to blame money that money doesn't make up yep money does make you happy but it's not what it's about a million dollars can retire you today but he's not making one very very special point one complete port that is not making it all here is what about the return on that million dollars he is through his riding can be conceived as a Spender Igman I'll call monster that has to spend his money left and right left and right left and right to prove out to others help will be is the amount of money and he screams at you through this whole thing is that you need to make more money now you didn't hear me so you need to invest and have more passive income he says you need to make more money while that means work he goes on says three steps you want you to go to and I'm not gonna get all the segment and with the second that should come back but it's going to start thinking with this one why stop at a million why not keep on doing what you're doing and getting richer and richer and richer in other words what do you say continue to work for the rest of your life so you can afford to show off your gets to the rest of the world wow this article sure what left on me movie come back I'm gonna go through deeper and show you what it doesn't say what it should say and I'm gonna reveal who wrote the article which blew my mind be right back with the dell one zero.
"three hundred four thousand dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"News time on the new one oh one five FF seven twenty AM KGW way good morning to John Schaefer the earthquake that hit southern California on July fourth may have caused the death in Nye county a man improv was working under his jacked up jeep when the quake hit sergeant Adam Tippett's as with the Nye county sheriff's office based on preliminary timing and circumstances at the scene and I can share some investigation reveals that this death may be the result of vehicle falling off the checks on July fourth during the earthquake a woman is dead after her Kerr barreled through a construction site sending orange cones flying through the air she then spun out of control and slammed into construction equipment the crash occurred in the forty four hundred block of west Washington Avenue near the Las Vegas golf club for children in the car suffered serious but survivable injuries a construction worker was also injured home prices in Las Vegas were up slightly in June ending a three month flat streak but the market as a whole has slowed from last year's frenzy the median sales price of previously owned homes in the Las Vegas valley according to the greater Las Vegas association of realtors was three hundred four thousand dollars in June that's up one point three percent from may and four point eight percent from June of last year a federal appeals court says Amazon can be sued over a defective product sold by one of its third party vendors a Pennsylvania woman who was blinded in one eye after a retractable dog leash snapped sued Amazon she was unable to contact the vendor and sought to hold the online retailer responsible for her injury a lower court ruled Amazon was protected because it couldn't be characterized as a seller but the appeals court says Amazon allows third party vendors to conceal themselves from consumers which means the retailer can be classified as a seller it says there are numerous cases where customers were injured by defective products with no direct recourse to a third party vendor I'm Jackie Quinn three card poker player hit for more than one million dollars while playing at Caesars palace Monday night the person who chose to remain anonymous hit on a five dollars side bed connecting on a royal flush for a pay out of one million four hundred sixty ninth in two hundred thirty seven dollars this is the seventh table game win of one million dollars or more at Caesars properties in Nevada over the last nine.
"three hundred four thousand dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Three hundred four thousand dollars in June that is up one point three percent from may and four point eight percent from June of last year a small explosion in a basement boiler at the university of Nevada Reno dormitory triggered a much larger natural gas blast last week left part of the building looking like an earthquake instruct but calls only minor injuries the initial explosion occurred Friday while a contractor was working on the boiler natural gas started leaking but investigators have not yet determined how the gas ignited California has become the first state in the nation to offer taxpayer funded health benefits to young adults who are living in the country illegally California governor Gavin Newsom signed the bill into law making low income adults ages twenty five and younger eligible for the state's Medicaid program regardless of their immigration status supporters say it's a way to improve the health of migraines by providing them with access to medical care but president trump is called it crazy state officials expect the plan to cover about ninety thousand people costing taxpayers about ninety eight million dollars I'm Jackie Quinn former Nevada state treasurer and Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Schwartz says he's running free suburban Los Vegas congressional seat held by democratic representative Susie lead towards a businessman who lost the GOP primary for governor in twenty eighteen said he's running as a free market private enterprise candidate who thinks the government can't provide all the answers Lee first one the house seat two years ago on Wall Street the Dow starts the day twenty six thousand seven eighty three.
"three hundred four thousand dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Twenty AM KGW N. Las Vegas obviously media group station news time on the new one oh one five FF seven twenty AM KGW way good morning of John shade for the earthquake that hit southern California on July fourth may have caused the death in Nye county of manning prompt was working under his jacked up jeep when the quake hit sergeant Adam Tippett's is with the night county sheriff's office based on preliminary timing and circumstances at the scene then I can sheriff's investigation reveals that this death may be the result of the vehicle falling off the checks on July fourth during the earthquake the man was last seen alive at a gas station earlier in the day getting parts to work on the jeep a woman is dead after her Kerr barreled through a construction site sending orange cones flying through the air she then spun out of control and slammed into construction equipment crash occurred in the forty four hundred block of west Washington Avenue near the Las Vegas golf club for children in the car suffered serious but survivable injuries a construction worker was also injured this is in Las Vegas were up slightly in June ending a three month flat streak but the market as a whole has slowed from last year's frenzy the median sales price of previously owned homes in the Las Vegas valley according to the greater Las Vegas association of realtors was three hundred four thousand dollars in June that's up one point three percent from a and four point eight percent from June of last year a Ron is rejected calls to return to a nuclear deal as France tries to smooth over tensions Iran says it will not reverse its decision to increase uranium enrichment the only limit set by the twenty fifteen U. K. a cold with will power until it's James Woolsey says is it's full right under the deal with president Donald Trump and loss here the official hi all in a news agency quotes a senior security official is telling a French envoy the decision to increase in Richmond is Peng changeable strategy a facial then criticizes European countries for that lack of will in providing relief from US sanctions phones and other countries of cooled on Iran to give back to complying with the nuclear deal I'm Charles de Ledesma former Nevada state treasurer and Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Schwartz says he's running for a suburban Las Vegas congressional seat held by democratic representative Susie lead Schwartz a businessman who lost a GOP primary for governor in twenty eighteen said he's running as a free market private enterprise candidate who thinks the government can't provide all the answers the first one the house seat two years ago on Wall Street the Dow starts the day twenty six thousand seven eighty three with a check on our weather fears news threes Kelly current we're looking at sunny skies and hot temperatures out there today the forecast height one hundred five degrees of wind of the southeast at.
"three hundred four thousand dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Go banking dot com says that if you'd quit working twenty years ago, a three hundred four thousand dollar nest egg been enough to fund a fairly comfortable retirement ten years ago that same lifestyle would cost about four hundred seven thousand dollars and today, it's well over five hundred thousand dollars. Now, obviously, these are rough estimates, but they do raise a very interesting question. How much are we going to need to enjoy the same quality of life ten twenty thirty years from now? Sure. You know, me, I, I hate generic numbers right where just thought number to say, hey, if you have this much, you'll be okay. Well, everybody's situation is completely different. Interesting perspective, how much it goes up. But you're right. It is different for every single person listening. The takeaway would be basically every ten years, the number goes up a huge amount. But it but due to inflation, right? Is the reason some things aren't going to cost less than the future. I mean I'd say that's virtually guaranteed. There are some, you know, historically, where that's happened. But it's not what the government's going to want to have happen. So moving forward things are likely to cost more. We assume an average inflation rate when we do financial planning of about three percent. Now technically that's more than what the inflation rate is reported. Inflation rate is, but, but the reason we go higher on the inflation rate is, we're putting together financial plans that need to work for our clients over twenty thirty forty year periods of time who's to say what the average inflation rates going to be moving forward. It might be higher than it is right now. And so it's just more responsible to be conservative and assume a higher inflation rate because it doesn't wind. Being higher will. Then our clients just have more money than the dissipate Kristen if we're gonna make an error. We want to make an airtight positive, right? Very very conservative financial planning. We don't want surprises that come out, you know negative if we do an analysis of a plan, and we're calculating the average rate of return should be six percent. But then it comes out to be eight percent. Nobody's going to be upset about that, right? They're not gonna come into my office and say. You know what I'm gonna give you two percent back. I didn't want that to happen. But if you come up with a it was something that's projected to be an average rate of return of six percent. And it comes back being three percent now. That's a problem and also messes up the entire financial plan. So when we do financial planning, we need to take a look at certainly returns, but returns net of inflation, and then find a way to help people invest their money so they can continue to average the highest rate of return possible, but with the least amount of risk possible, while also maintaining liquidity. So all of our financial plans, take a look at all of that inflation, taxes, and what we're literally doing Christner offices. Each week as we sit down with individuals that are very close to us. Because if you can hear us on the radio, you're very close one of our offices, but we're sitting down doing analysis of 4._0._1._K's IRAs, joint accounts, trust accounts, helping people get more efficient on those investments. The same time putting written financial plans in their hands. If they can walk out of our office with an implement on their own, if they like ticket to the current financial or have implemented for them if they want to do that. Well, but if you'd like to sit down with us for that just gives call in the next ten minutes, and we can do that for you complimentary seven two seven zero one thousand four zero seven two seven zero one thousand call within the next ten minutes that comprehensive financial plan a fifteen hundred dollar value will be complimentary take.
"three hundred four thousand dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Attorney general's office are using some of the same arguments as the Catholic church in refusing to release a secret report on allegations of sex abuse. Here's Katie KYW radio's Joe DO the allegations came from students at east stroudsburg university against its former vice president Isaac Sanders. He was fired ten years ago by the state system of higher education in the state report on the matter was ordered sealed by a judge the Associated Press reports neither higher. Ed officials nor Josh Shapiro's off has will release. The report though, Shapiro was criticized the Catholic church for protecting its institution at all cost. Sanders is now suing the state for wrongful firing the students lost a civil suit against him. Joe steel NewsRadio ten twenty Katie K. State house voted one forty two forty four today to phase out the free use of state leased vehicles now being used by lawmakers. Supporters say the existing system is wasteful and there's not enough oversight. Opponents argue the change won't save much money. If any the state currently, Lisa's forty two vehicles for state legislators at an annual cost of about three hundred. Four thousand dollars. The proposal goes to the state Senate for its consideration. Carnegie Mellon University and light of life rescue mission working together to raise awareness about homelessness and the opioid epidemic in Pittsburgh. And they produced a documentary that you can see this evening Kate Wadsworth. With light of life tells the Katie KYW radio afternoon news for who may have never found themselves in a situation to become homeless. Once they become addicted are now finding themselves in situations of living in homeless camps or not having a place to sleep because of the addiction the documentary of the needle will be screened tonight at Simmons auditorium in the David Tepper building at seven thirty White House has ordered the FBI to expand its probe into sexual misconduct allegations against supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh more from CBS's Bill Rakoff reports say the order to expand the background check on cavenaugh came down within the last twenty four hours. A Justice department official confirming to CBS news that the F B I will be able to include anybody at deems necessary to vet claim. Of sexual.
"three hundred four thousand dollars" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Zero seven fifty five thirty three let me go to dave calling us from texas dave hey dan hey let's take a call fewer question about an investment i've had for forty years which is so security you know there's probably been to three hundred four thousand dollars take a given to social security over the last forty years and you know i'm kinda wondering what is the mechanism to ensure that some of that if not all of that comes back it just seems like no he's talking about that well nobody's talking about it because over eighty five percent of the time it all comes back so that's the argument that often goes you're talking about coming back to you right yes yes so cystic ly it all comes back and that's the where the argument comes in that politicians talk about social security as an entitlement program obviously not an entitlement program if you're getting back what you put into it title went program is a giveaway and when and when politicians are approached by with that they said well yeah okay it's not fully in a on the fact of the matter is the vast majority which is true the vast majority of people outlive their their benefit outlive white money they have in there and there's that's true that is the case and i think that is getting even more so that is happening we have seen the irs is mortality table change and get older but the fact of the matter is that if if there's a married couple over sixty satistics one of them's gonna live well into their nineties so you know you're you're going to get that that that money back so the reason then that is i'm just going to say that is the main reason why they people don't talk about it it is one of the reasons why i i like trains i'm gonna communist i look at trends i look at sadistics.
"three hundred four thousand dollars" Discussed on WJR 760
"Blast the other communist sympathizer not at all and you know what and no so let's put together why does a liby chef a governor brown a feinstein of pelosi a de blasio why did they all cater to the non citizen in this country can you can you figure that one out why they tell the taxpaying citizen the drop dead and they keep catering to the illegal alien why why is that they listen catering to the illegal aliens the key catering to the transgenders the key catering to the to the people who get jobs without merit like our sheriff the coward down in broward the same people that get onto the police in the fire they're not capable of doing the job but they have to have dive diversion or another version there vie inclusion and diversity in diversity right you know what i think about diversity as a hiring tool don't you take a look at the san francisco fire department take it lola women holding these three hundred four thousand dollar a year jobs they can't even lift the hose we had a police chief here not too long ago miss fong i think who never could fire a pistol they made a police chief she never took a pistol training course now she said she couldn't hold the gun that was the police chief in san francisco crime is out of control liberalism is a mental disorder but guess what it's now coming to the surface for all the people to see even people would not let us say republicans god forbid certainly not conservatives forbid the dirty word the moderates they.
"three hundred four thousand dollars" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"To this i don't think that the criminals put this woman into power as mayor now well i don't know i don't know who put her into power i know the jerry brown handpicked her eight she had special interest that are that are affected with these immigrant communities they're able to vote i i have no idea i really don't it it's disgusting with what's going on with our country it's disgusting that a woman that's a mayor can alert illegal immigrants my parents were immigrants from ireland my mother came here with with with men that had a choice go to vietnam ogle back to ireland and a lot of them back to ireland in boxes so i'm disgusted with one our countries with what what are countries going a new is new york city any different under the blasio the communist sympathizer not at all and you know what i'd had and no so let's put to a two together why does the liby chef a governor brown of feinstein of pelosi a de blasio why did they all cater to the non citizen in this country can you can you figure that one out why they tell the taxpaying citizen the drop dead and they keep catering to the illegal alien why why is that they listen they keep catering to the illegal alien the key catering to the transgenders the key catering to the to the people who get jobs without merit why car sheriff the coward down in broward the same people that get onto the police in the fire they're not capable of doing the job but they have to have dived diversion other version there their inclusion in diversity in the mercenary right you know what i think about diversity as a hiring tool don't you take a look at the san francisco fire department take a little older women holding these three hundred four thousand dollar a year jobs they can't even lift the hose we had a police chief the you're not too long ago miss spondike think who never could fire a pistol they made a police chief she never took a pistol training course.
"three hundred four thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Blast the other communist sympathizer not at all and you know what and no so let's put together why does a liby chef a governor proud of feinstein of pelosi a de blasio why did they all cater to the non citizen in this country can you can you figure that one out why they tell the taxpaying citizen the drop dead and they keep catering to the illegal alien why why is that they listen catering to the illegal aliens the key catering to the transgenders the keep catering to the to the people who get jobs without merit like our sheriff the coward down in broward the same people that get onto the police and fire they're not capable of doing the job but they have to have dived diversion or version there by inclusion in diversity in the diversity right you know what i think about diversity as a tiring tool don't you take a look at the san francisco fire department take little lola women holding these three hundred four thousand dollar a year jobs they can't even lift a hose we had a police chief so you're not too long ago miss fun guy thank who never could fire a pistol they made a police chief she'd never took a pistol training course so she said she couldn't hold the gun that was the police chief in san francisco crime is out of control liberalism is a mental disorder but guess what it's now coming to the surface for all the people to see even people who would not let us say republicans god forbid certainly not conservatives forbid the dirty word the moderates they.
"three hundred four thousand dollars" Discussed on WTMA
"Blasio the communist sympathizer not at all and you know what and no so let's put together why does a liby chef a governor proud of feinstein of pelosi a de blasio why did they all cater to the non citizen in this country can you can you figure that one out why they tell the taxpaying citizen the drop dead and they keep catering to the illegal alien why why is that they listen catering to the illegal aliens exceed catering to the transgenders the keep catering to the to the people who get jobs without merit like our sheriff the coward down in broward the same people that get onto the police and fire they're not capable of doing the job what they have to have dive diversion version not their inclusion and diversity in the diversity right you know what i think about diversity as a hiring tool don't you take a look at the san francisco fire department take it lola women holding these three hundred four thousand dollar a year jobs they can't even lift the hose we had a police chief you're not too long ago miss fong i think who never could fire a pistol they made a police chief she never took a pistol training course now she said she couldn't haul the gun that was the police chief in san francisco crime is out of control liberalism is a mental disorder but guess what it's now coming to the surface for all the people to see even people who would not let us say republicans god forbid certainly not conservatives forbid the dirty word the moderates they.
"three hundred four thousand dollars" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Well i the five week because they get the opportunity he had to over seven duncan keith could be in a telling somebody else to the crime could go couldn't better to it she leave him alone and they were target guy lock and tortured by other printers for three may have here and landed on now yeah i can go out then then big when they get truly ceases will maybe the working together and you never can tell him kenny i mean any amount into what we did word to tie with me after stopping him prepare nine doesn't people twenty five miles away what he put him on try yeah a glut and kenny thank you for the call i appreciate i mean at the end of the day i just i i think granted bird just didn't do a good job and so what do we do in new mexico we we elected or for sixteen years no one is really return how long has earned it toward warrior turner years and i what's even more classic is let's let's hire reach coordinators hey you got fired is est caught i think you breakup great out reached coordinator here's a hundred in three hundred four thousand dollars a year i think this is great and you wonder why we leave the nation in auto path yeah are you just think get it i don't know what else to tell you people to four three thirty three thirty three speak out if you've got the guts.