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"tracy casper" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"tracy casper" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"You know, it's interesting tax reform is still on the table. But what I'm so proud of is that the realtors are saying, hey, we don't just need tax reform. The realtors actually did a really, really good job in our staff. Just knocked it out of the park, and really brought together a thirty page white paper that addressed what GMC reforms should look like. And for those of you who don't know what that means. That means Freddie and Fannie, and at the end of the day, that means the thirty year mortgage and I need my consumers who typically need that thirty or organization to still be in effect if I don't have. That thirty year mortgage. They're not able to homes. Let's pause there for a second. People may not know that the role of Fannie Mae used to buy mortgages and the reason that's important. Is that say that you have the main street Bank in your hometown? And it has ten million dollars to give out in mortgages and it gives it all out there out of money by selling those mortgages. They have another ten million to invest in new mortgages and to just take that one step further. If we left it up to the main street Bank, they're not wanting to put that mortgage out there for thirty years. They're going to want to put them mortgage out there for ten fifteen or maybe twenty. So that's what I mean to be able to amortize that mortgage over thirty year period and make it affordable in, in a payment for that consumers hugely important, if we didn't have it, our, our industry would stop. And that's one of the things real towards are fighting for this week one hundred percent. Can I go on? There's a couple of other things infrastructure is a big deal. We have to be able to go those communities and if we're not able to put that infrastructure in their create that quality. Of life, be able to get people easily between work and home and play. Then we're going to have issues and we see that across America right now. We're at gridlock, and we've got to be able to fix that. So infrastructure is a big deal and we're excited because we're hearing from the administration that's on their, their bucket list, too. So we're, we're happy about that. There's also a big conversation for our members about health insurance, and being able to have a quality of forcible health insurance structure, to offer that to our members. That's a big deal for us. It's been a big deal for us for a long time. So we're going to continue to talk about that, that equality act for us is huge. We as realtors stepped out years ago, and said, how can you possibly discriminate against anyone? And so, in our code of ethics we included everyone. And now we're saying, okay, congress and really to every state in America. Time to step up take care of the people who are in your communities and that includes the generation of -cation and his sexual orientation. We've got to make sure include those. People in all he'd, you have a lot of messages going up to Capitol Hill. Last question, Tracy. What does the word home mean to you? Everything everything. Tracy casper. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me. Very welcome, Tracy. Casper. Real tour and broker owner of Berkshire Hathaway home services, silver, hawk realty in the Boise valley of Idaho, the past president of the Idaho association of realtors, and NAR's, vice president.

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"tracy casper" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"tracy casper" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And at state capitals around the nation. Here's that conversation. Tracey welcome to real estate today. Thank you. So first of all, how business businesses amazing? In scary, all the same time. But really, really good. Now you're leaving your business for a few days to come to Washington, along with thousands of other real tour so you can be face to face with members of congress. Why? Because I want to have a job tomorrow. I do. I do. In fact, when you say I left my business, I actually brought it with me. I have a phone a laptop, and we get to do business in between. So, but I came because two reasons one, yes, my business is important to me being able to take care of my family's important to me. But secondarily, my community means everything to me? So to be able to build that community by having a voice by being able to affect really good decision making by being a good resource for those who are making those big decisions because they don't do what I do every single day, and they need to hear what the ramification is going to be on that simple decision. Or maybe that simple clause in the big decision that they just aren't aware of. So it's up to us to make sure that they are aware of those little things. So all the members of congress represent either people who've been there for years and years, or people who are brand new starting with the people who are brand new. What do you tell? Tell them about what a real tour is this is what we tell them. Hi. I'm a real tour. Let me tell you what that means that means that I'm going to have communication with your constituents on a very consistent basis. That means I'm here representing private property rights. I'm here representing infrastructure needs. I'm here representing big medium in small business. But I'm here really representing more importantly, that homeowner that this is going to be that the biggest investment of probably their lives. And we wanna make sure that we're taking really good care of that. So the member of congress then says, okay, Tracy. What are your issues? What do you want us to know about what's important to the national association of realtors to homeowners and all the real towards in America? And then you say, okay, do you want the whole list, or just the top ten right? There's some big rocks this year and a few of them Phil familiar. So we want to make sure that we don't gloss over them. But flood insurance is a big deal. Flood insurance this time they ask is we don't need to quick-fix. We need a long-term solution. And we need it to be probably fixed. There's some corrections and needs to be made in that, but we need flood insurance to be there because we need to for the commercial side on the residential side able to close those loans. So flood insurance is a big win for us. You know, was interesting 'cause tax reform is still on the table. But what I'm so proud of is that the realtors are saying, hey, we don't just need tax reform. The realtors actually did a really, really good job in our staff. Just knocked it out of the park, and really brought together a thirty page white paper that addressed what GNC reform should look like. And for those of you who don't know what that means. That means Freddie and Fannie, and at the end of the day, that means thirty year mortgage and I need my consumers who typically need that thirty year Emerton station to still be in effect. If I don't have. That thirty year mortgage. They're not able to homes. Let's pause there for a second. People may not know that the role of Fannie Mae used to buy mortgages and the reason that's important is it say that you have the main street Bank, and your hometown, and it has ten million dollars to give out in mortgages and it gives it all out there out of money by selling those mortgages. They have another ten million to invest in new mortgages and to just take that one step further. If we left it up to the main street Bank, they're not wanting to put that mortgage out there for thirty years. They're going to want to put them mortgage out there for ten fifteen or maybe twenty. So that's what I mean to be able to amortize mortgage over thirty year period to make it affordable in, in a payment for that consumers hugely important, if we didn't have it, our, our industry would stop. That's one of the things real towards fighting for this week one hundred percent. Can I go on? There's a couple of other things infrastructure is a big deal. We have to be able to those communities, and if we're not able to put that infrastructure in their create that quality. Of life be able to get people easily between work and home and play, then we're gonna have issues and we see that across America right now. We're at gridlock, and we've got to be able to fix that. So infrastructure is a big deal and we're excited because we're hearing from the administration on their, their bucket lists, too. So we're, we're happy about that. There's also a big conversation for our members about health insurance, and being able to have a quality of forcible health insurance structure, to offer that to our members. That's a big deal for us. It's been a big deal for us for a long time. So we're going to continue to talk about that, that equality act for us is huge. We as realtors stepped out years ago, and said, how can you possibly discriminate against anyone? And so, in our code of ethics we included everyone. And now we're saying, okay, congress and really to every state in America. Time to step up take care of the people who are in your communities and that includes the generation of -cation and his sexual orientation. We've got to make sure include those. People in all keyed, you have a lot of messages going up to Capitol Hill last question. Tracy. What does the word home mean to you? Everything everything. Tracy casper. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me. Very welcome. Kersee casper. Real tour and broker owner of Berkshire Hathaway home services, silver hawk realty in the Boise valley of Idaho, the past president of Idaho association of realtors, and NAR's, vice president of.

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"tracy casper" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"tracy casper" Discussed on WJR 760

"To come to Washington, along with thousands of other real tour so you can be face to face with members of congress. Why? Because I want to have a job tomorrow. I do. In fact, when you say I left my business, I actually brought it with me. I have a phone in a laptop, and we get to do business in between. So, but I came because two reasons one, yes, my business is important to me being able to take care of my family's important to me. But secondarily, my community means everything to me? So to be able to build that community by having a voice by being able to affect really good decision making by being a good resource for those who are making those big decisions because they don't do what I do every single day, and they need to hear what the ramification is going to be on that simple decision. Or maybe that simple clause in the big decision that they just aren't aware of. So it's up to us to make sure that they are aware of those little things. So all the members of congress represent either people who've been there for years and years, or people who are brand new starting with the people who are brand new. What do you tell? Tell them about what a real tour is this is what we tell them. Hi, I'm a real tour. And let me tell you what that means that means that I'm going to have communication with your constituents on a very consistent basis. That means I'm here representing private property rights. I'm here representing infrastructure needs. I'm here representing big medium in small business. But I'm here really representing more importantly, that homeowner that this is going to be that the biggest investment of probably their lives. And we want to make sure that we're taking really good care of that. So the member of congress then says, okay, Tracy. What are your issues? What do you want us to know about what's important to the national association of realtors to homeowners and all the real towards in America? And then you say, okay, do you want the whole list, or just a top ten right? You know there's some big rocks this year. And if you've Phil familiar, so we want to make sure that we don't gloss over them. But flood insurance is a big deal. Flood insurance this time, the ask is we don't need to quick fix. We need a long-term solution. And we need it to be probably fixed. There's some corrections and need to be made in that, but we need this insurance to be there because we need to for the commercial side, and the residential side able to close those loans. So fuck insurances, if they went for us, you know, it's interesting tax reform is still on the table. But what I'm so proud of is that the realtors are saying, hey, we don't just need tax reform. The realtors actually did a really, really good job in our staff. Just knocked it out of the park, and really brought together a thirty page white paper that addressed what GMC reform should look like. And for those of you who don't know what that means. That means Freddie and Fannie, and at the end of the day, that means a thirty year mortgage, and I need my consumers who typically need that thirty year amortization to still be in effect if I don't have. That thirty year mortgage. They're not able to homes. Let's pause there for a second, people may not know that the role of Fannie Maes to buy mortgages, and the reason that's important is it say that you have the main street Bank in your hometown? And it has ten million dollars to give out in mortgages. And it gives it all out there out of money by selling those mortgages. They have another ten million to invest in new mortgages and to just take that one step further. If we left it up to the main street Bank, they're not wanting to put that mortgage out there for thirty years. They're going to want to put that mortgage out there for ten fifteen or maybe twenty. So that's what I mean to be able to amortize mortgage over thirty year period to make it affordable in payment for that consumers hugely important, if we didn't have it, our, our industry would stop. And that's one of the things real towards fighting for this week one hundred percent. Can I go on? There's a couple of other things infrastructure is a big deal. We have to be able to those communities, and if we're not able to put that infrastructure and their create that quality. Of life, be able to get people easily between work and home and play. Then we're going to have issues and we see that across America right now. We're at gridlock, and we've got to be able to fix that. So infrastructure is a big deal and we're excited because we're hearing from the administration that on their, their bucket list, too. So we're happy about that. There's also a big conversation for our members about health insurance, and being able to have quality, affordable health insurance structure to offer that to our members. That's a big deal for us. It's been a big deal for us for a long time. So we're going to continue to talk about that, that equality act for us is huge. We as realtors stepped out years ago, and said, how can you possibly discriminate against anyone? And so, in our code of ethics we included everyone. And now we're saying, okay, congress and really to every state in America. Time to step up take care of the people who are in your communities and that includes the generate inefficacious and sexual orientation. We've got to make sure include those. People in all, do you have a lot of message is going to be capital last question. Tracy, what does the word home mean to you? Everything everything. Tracy casper. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me. Very welcome, Tracy. Casper. Real tour and broker owner of Berkshire Hathaway home services, silver, hawk realty in the Boise valley of Idaho, the past president of the Idaho association of realtors, and NAR's, vice president.

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"tracy casper" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"tracy casper" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Insurance is a big one for us. You know it's interesting because tax reform is still on the table. But what I'm so proud of is that the realtors are saying he, we don't just need tax reform. The realtors actually did a really, really good job in our staff. Just knocked it out of the park, and really brought together a thirty page white paper that addressed what GMC reform should look like. And for those of you who don't know what that means means, Freddie and Fannie. And at the end of the day, that means a thirty year mortgage, and I need my consumers who typically need that thirty or organization to still be in effect. If I don't have. That thirty year mortgage not able to homes. Let's pause there for a second. People may not know that the role of Fannie Mae is to buy mortgages, and the reason that's important is it say that you have the main street Bank in your hometown? And it has ten million dollars to give out in mortgages and it gives it all out there out of money by selling those mortgages. They have another ten million to invest in new mortgages and to just take that one step further. If we left it up to the main street Bank, they're not wanting to put that mortgage out there for thirty years. They're going to want to put them mortgage out there for ten fifteen or maybe twenty. So that's what I mean to be able to amortize mortgage over thirty year period to make it affordable in, in a payment for that consumers hugely important, if we didn't have it, our, our industry would stop. That's one of the things real towards fighting for this week one hundred percent. Can I go on? There's a couple of other things infrastructure is a big deal. We have to be able to those communities, and if we're not able to put that infrastructure in their create that quality. Of life be able to get people easily between work and home and play, then we're gonna have issues and we see that across America right now. We're at gridlock, and we've got to be able to fix that. So infrastructure is a big deal and we're excited because we're hearing from the administration that's on their, their bucket list, too. So we're, we're happy about that. There's also a big conversation for our members about health insurance, and being able to have a quality of forcible health insurance structure, to offer that to our members. That's a big deal for us. It's been a big deal for us for a long time. So we're going to continue to talk about that, that equality act for us is huge. We as realtors stepped out years ago, and said, how can you possibly discriminate against anyone? And so, in our code of ethics we included everyone. And now we're saying, okay, congress and really to every state in America. Time to step up. Take care of the people who are in your communities, and that includes the generation affiliation and sexual orientation. We've got to make sure include those. People in all he'd, you have a lot of messages going up to capitol last question, Tracy. What does the word home mean to you? Everything everything. Tracy casper. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me. Very welcome, Tracy. Casper. Real tour and broker owner of Berkshire Hathaway home services, silver, hawk realty in the Boise valley of Idaho, the past president of the Idaho association of realtors, and NAR's, vice president of.

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"tracy casper" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"tracy casper" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"For us. You know it's interesting 'cause tax reform is still on the table. But what I'm so proud of is that the realtors are saying, hey, we don't just need tax reform. The realtors actually did a really, really good job in our staff. Just knocked it out of the park, and really brought together a thirty page white paper that addressed what GMC reform should look like. And for those of you who don't know what that means. That means Freddie and Fannie, and at the end of the day, that means a thirty year mortgage and I made my consumers who typically need that thirty your organization to still be effect if I don't have. That thirty year mortgage. They're not able to homes with pause there for a second, people may not know that the role of Fannie Mae used to buy mortgages, and the reason that's important is it say that you have the main street Bank, and your hometown, and it has ten million dollars to give out in mortgages and it gives it all out there out of money by selling those mortgages. They have another ten million to invest in new mortgages and to just take that one step further. If we left it up to the main street Bank, they're not wanting to put that mortgage out there for thirty years. They're going to want to put them mortgage out there for ten fifteen or maybe twenty. So that's what I mean to be able to amortize mortgage over thirty year period to make it affordable in, in a payment for that consumers hugely important, if we didn't have it, our, our industry would stop. And that's one of the things real towards are fighting for this week one hundred percent. Can I go on? There's a couple of other things infrastructure is a big deal. We have to be able to those communities, and if we're not able to put that infrastructure and their create that quality. Of life be able to get people easily between work and home and play, then we're gonna have issues and we see that across America right now. We're at gridlock, and we've got to be able to fix that. So infrastructure is a big deal and we're excited because we're hearing from the administration that it's on their, their bucket list, too. So we're, we're happy about that. There's also a big conversation for our members about health insurance, and being able to have a quality of forcible health insurance structure, to offer that to our members. That's a big deal for us. It's been a big deal for us for a long time. So we're going to continue to talk about that, that equality act for us is huge. We as realtors stepped out years ago, and said, how can you possibly discriminate against anyone? And so, in our code of ethics we included everyone. And now we're saying, okay, congress and really to every state in America. Time to step up. Take care of the people who are in your communities and that includes the generation affiliation and the sexual orientation. We've got to make sure and include those. People in all key. Drove a lot of messages going up to capitol last question. Tracy. What does the word home mean to you? Everything everything. Tracy casper. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me. Very welcome, Tracy. Casper. Real tour and broker owner of Berkshire Hathaway home services, silver, hawk realty in the Boise valley of Idaho, the past president of the Idaho association of realtors, and NAR's, vice president of.

Tracy casper Fannie Mae Idaho association of realtors America GMC Berkshire Hathaway Freddie vice president Boise Idaho hawk realty president congress NAR thirty year one hundred percent ten million dollars thirty years
"tracy casper" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"tracy casper" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"You know, it's interesting tax reform is still on the table. But what I'm so proud of is that the realtors are saying, hey, we don't just need tax reform. The realtor is actually did a really, really good job in our staff. Just knocked it out of the park, and really brought together a thirty page white paper that addressed what GMC reforms should look like in for those of you who don't know what that means. That means Freddie and Fannie, and at the end of the day, that means a thirty year mortgage, and I need my consumers who typically need that thirty year Amer desertion to still be in effect. If I don't have. That thirty year mortgage. They're not able to homes. Let's pause there for a second, people may not know that the role of Fannie Maes to buy mortgages, and the reason that's important is it say that you have the main street Bank in your hometown? And it has ten million dollars to give out in mortgages and it gives it all out there out of money by selling those mortgages. They have another ten million to invest in new mortgages and to just take that one step further. If we left it up to the main street Bank, they're not wanting to put that mortgage out there for thirty years. They're going to want to put them mortgage out there for ten fifteen or maybe twenty. So that's what I mean to be able to amortize that mortgage over thirty year period and make it affordable in, in a payment for that consumers hugely important, if we didn't have it, our, our industry would stop. And that's one of the things real towards are fighting for this week one hundred percent. Can I go on? There's a couple of other things infrastructure is a big deal. We have to be able to those communities, and if we're not able to put that infrastructure and their create that quality. Of life be able to get people easily between work and home and play, then we're gonna have issues and we see that across America right now. We're at gridlock, and we've got to be able to fix that. So infrastructure is a big deal and we're excited because we're hearing from the administration that's on their, their bucket list, too. So we're, we're happy about that. There's also a big conversation for our members about health insurance, and being able to have a quality of forcible health insurance structure, to offer that to our members. That's a big deal for us. It's been a big deal for us for a long time. So we're gonna continue to talk about that, that equality act for us is huge. We as realtors stepped out years ago, and said, how can you possibly discriminate against anyone? And so, in our code of ethics we included everyone. And now we're saying, okay, congress and really to every state in America. Time to step up. Take care of the people who are in your communities, and that includes the generation affiliation and sexual orientation. We've got to make sure and include those. People in all do you have a lot of messages going up to Capitol Hill? Last question, Tracy. What does the word home mean to you? Everything everything. Tracy casper. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me. Very welcome, Tracy. Casper. Real tour and broker owner of Berkshire Hathaway home services, silver, hawk realty in the Boise valley of Idaho, the past president of the Idaho association of realtors, and NAR's, vice president of advocacy..

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"tracy casper" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"tracy casper" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"In half an hour. Why buyers are increasingly looking to the excerpts? Stephen back to you. Thanks bill. We're going to start out today with an important talk about home ownership issues that affect it, and the laws of the land, because from flood insurance to the tax, code, and more. Congress makes decisions that can have a huge impact on property ownership. And when those decisions happen real tourists are they're educating members of congress about how those moves affect property ownership in America. Recently, I discussed this with Tracy casper. Real tour in broker, owner of Berkshire Hathaway home services, silver hawk realty. In the Boise valley of Idaho. Tracy is the past president of the Idaho station of real tours and is currently NAR's, vice president of advocacy, helping to lead the discussions on Capitol Hill. And at state capitals around the nation. Here's that conversation. Tracey welcome to real estate today. Thank you. So first of all, how's business businesses amazing? Scary all the same time. But really, really good. Now you're leaving your business for a few days to come to Washington, along with thousands of other real tour so you can be face to face with members of congress. Why? Because I want to have a job tomorrow. In fact, when you say I left my business, I actually brought it with me. I have a phone in a laptop, and we get to do the business in between. So, but I came because Tyrians one, yes, my business is important to me being able to take care of my family is important to me. But secondarily, my community means everything to me? So to be able to build that community by having a voice by being able to affect really good decision making by being a good resource for those who are making those big decisions because they don't do what I do every single day, and they need to hear what the ramification is going to be on that simple decision. Or maybe that simple clause in the big decision that they just aren't aware of. So it's up to us to make sure that they are aware of those little things. So all the members of congress represent either people who've been there for years and years. More people who are brand new starting with the people who are brand new. What do you tell? Tell them about what a real tour is this is what we tell them. Hi. I'm a real tour. Let me tell you what that means that means that I'm going to have communication with your constituents on a very consistent basis..

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"tracy casper" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"tracy casper" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"To be raised in the real estate family. And I will thank my lucky stars every day. I thank my lucky stars every day. Journey to work at the greatest business in the world. Next up. Elizabeth mendenhall the immediate past president of the national association of real tours. Elizabeth is the CEO of Remax Boone realty in Columbia, Missouri. This thanksgiving two thousand eighteen what are you most thankful for? Well, it's been an amazing year. I've had the honor this year of serving as the president of national association of realtors and thankful for all of our relatives across the country who are so generous, and who have helped so many homeowners this year and helped people at homes, but the other piece about the realtor community is they are one of the most giving people that I know and they are leaders in their community. And you know, not everyone is fortunate to have a home. And so we think about this thanksgiving, those who do we think about an hope and pray for those who don't and how we can help them succeed as well. And all of that involves my friends all of. The one point three million realtors across the country who are so committed to making this be a country where everyone can achieve the American dream and also, Tracy casper. NAR's two thousand nineteen vice president of advocacy, Tracy is broker owner of Berkshire Hathaway home services silver, hawk realty in the Boise Idaho area for Tracy being thankful is all about the family. Tell me what.

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"tracy casper" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"tracy casper" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Generation realtor. And I had the great opportunity to be raised in the real estate family. And I will thank my lucky stars every day. I thank my lucky stars every day. The afternoon to work at the greatest business in the world. Next up. Elizabeth mendenhall the immediate past president of the national association of realtors Elizabeth is the CEO of Remax Boone realty in Columbia, Missouri. This thanksgiving two thousand eighteen what are you most thankful for? Well, it's been an amazing year. I've had the honor this year serving as the president of the national association of realtors, and I'm thankful for all of our relatives across the country who are so generous and who have helped so many homeowners this year and help people at homes, but the other piece about the realtor community is there one of the most giving people that I know and they are leaders in their community. And you know, not everyone is fortunate to have a home. And so we think about this thanksgiving, those who do we think about an hope and pray for those who don't and how we can help them succeed as well. And all of that involves my friends all of. The one point three million realtors across the country who are so committed to making this be a country where everyone can achieve the American dream and also, Tracy casper. NAR's two thousand nineteen vice president of advocacy, Tracy is broker owner of Berkshire Hathaway home services silver, hawk realty in the Boise Idaho area for Tracy being thankful is all about the family. Tell me.

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