18 Burst results for "Two Hundred Seventy Thousand Dollar"
"two hundred seventy thousand dollar" Discussed on If I Were You
"Carefree with get sunday dot com slash ferry ice and were back Let's see here. We got a question about interior design. So this is sort of a side roddy of yours that you're slowly picking up over the quarantine right. yeah majorly. This is a question from a do. A dude in canada will call him a canadian man. Connor mcdavid a command. I tand. I think i tand france. No he's british. But he's the he's the fascist. Bobby bobby's the. Let's let's call him. Bobby bobby's the queer eye for this week or wait. It's just queer eye. His reverend glad we got there. Bobby writes my girlfriend is a smoke show and painted a portrait of me. That is amazing. My question is how blatantly. Can i display this masterpiece without being more of a narcissist than i already am for calling it a masterpiece. Can i get it. Framed is the living room a no. No here's the rub. The painting is hotter than me girlfriend. Certainly through this dog a bone with cheekbones. You can sort of tell. It's me with a timberlake twist we'll we'll potential visitors post covid. Of course see that the discrepancy is there and think it's strange. Should i lie about it. Should i lie about when it was painted. And i used to be that hot. Thanks for any advice. Love bobby okay. Let's see. I guess i mean if you had a funny painting of yourself could you put it up. What room would you put it up again. I just don't think it's living room. It's it can't be living room. That's that's a main room of the house. A self portrait rings not everybody has like a like a home office or a study or something. But i think kind of like a casual casual vibe room. Not bedroom though. That's weird and not yeah can't be the first thing guest room. It's kind of have a guest room has got an extra bedroom that patriot that portrait. That painting of yourself goes up there kind of jokingly. Yeah i think any extra room in your house if you have a rec room in the basement room a room where you would play video games or watch sports Though that certainly sounds like the living room and a lot of places. I don't know what this guy should have given us the layout of his house. I wish. I wish i could actually see the painting. Yeah it's an eight bedroom chevrolet and northern new hampshire actually so maybe the guests in quarter. It's very it can go into the master hallway or above the fainting couch in the the man cave. Yeah this is real man cave material. That's cool about you. Might imagine like. I wonder if he lives with a girlfriend. Because it's almost like no. I think you would specify this is awesome. Can you hang it in your house goes. But it's even weirder her house. What if you turn it into this. Like sort of like cool street are gritty reboot like you spray paint a stencil of a guerrilla over your face. So it's like. Wow that's cool like i turn your work of art and now it's like i'm the bank see for that and you ruined piece of yeah you ruin present you ruin a gift. That's what you wanna do not think of it. As ruining value added actually see ruins walls banksie will just fucking take like a really nice brick wall. And destroy it with with graffiti. He's a yeah. Like i wanna buy. I wanna buy that wall and then now it's like now i have to fucking worry about this stenciled little girl holding a red handsome shit. It's it really is tact and you know what i'm all in on. Nf teas so. I don't even consider real art art. Like unless i can own it digitally entirely and like send it to you. Email you the original. I don't consider are not you. You said i don't consider art. I only consider what my fucking blockchain layups that's actually a good point We call it vr. But there's nothing virtual about it. It's our it really is our and the shit you do like the whatever you do. The painting the portraits the little little bike in photograph. And i wanna fucking award years a statue. That's not anything to me. No one's going to a museum anymore. Like i'm really. Oh god. How much cash deduce bend on an nf. Thi this week. I bought a lebron dengue owner. Two hundred and seventy thousand dollars. Well come on. It was a hollow cosmic and i live in a fucking studio. I had to sell everything i own. Have it say my name. Next a serial twelve of a dunk. Oh and guess what the market collapse. I'm holding nothing. It's all fucking. I haven't you. Yeah it's hot potato was left with the bill eight. Everybody was fucking passing it around hot potato style and then musical-chair use. It goes off lights. Go on and guess what your dental blumenfeld holding a bill for a fucking two hundred seventy thousand dollar gifts. That's not something that i can afford. All the sudden blumenfeld needs in externships eating the part time job with coca cola dislike chemically. Keep the light make ends meet. Yeah i see it's completely it's a free. Yeah it's free so i'm not actually getting paid for any of it nor do i. Can i sell this thing for pennies on the dollar. Somebody offered me two hundred ten dollars more. Fuck off with that. I made a quarter million. Oh yesterday been on crypto slam dot. Io no have you ever been on crypt dot io answer me. I already said no man. There was a crypto punk of a beanie mustache sold for three hundred and sixty thousand dollars an hour ago. And what have you done since dinner. I i mean recorded this podcast. Which i which i admit waste of time right. That's what i'm saying. Actually there's a. There's a soccer one soccer. Nfc environment that you can sort of get into since since you're getting into the epl you can sort of get your toes into the end soccer market. Wow it's a hotspur jersey. Yeah that's right so if in case you start seeing it. It's called serara are r. e. Got to build your soccer team you can buy buying and selling these cards aries thing. Yeah if you start seeing that just know that you heard it. He definitely i. I'm i'm into soccer enough. I i shouldn't be into it anymore. I'm who's jersey of. Is it a specific player. No this is a. I think it's blank hold on. Yeah had to turn around in the zoom to confirm just says loser on the bag. Sixty nine right. It was a gag if somebody gave it to you at a white elephant. You didn't realize no. Jesus taught him someone's trolling. Who gave you that gave you that kit. No way possible. It must have been in our fan. Gets you gonna. Do you have hatred towards the rivals yet. Or you're not at that level. I know i actually. I have extreme hatred towards the rivals. I watched An arsenal game today just to root against them they played your Lau it actually. And thrilling thrilling match ended in a three three tie. I think the hammers were three. Nothing and arsenal back fought tooth and nail. She's to get sorry to hear that. Yeah damn it a draw as it were a draw. But it's not i think could have been worse. Because if they have lost out right that would have been a bad if they won right right. Of course okay. One last question shanty. Let's make account though. Yeah it's a pretty big pretty big one pretty important ones. Let's treat it with the reverence. It deserves it worth another lady. Name lady name chelsea nice because then it's like a soccer team but also a woman's news things are getting weird. Ovaries discovered a new king. That's hijacked my brain is. I've gotten deeply invested in an anime show and dove into the online fandom of it all there was a popular ship for two of the male characters and after starting to read some of the fanfest i began to select shorts that were dirtier and dirtier at this point i will only bother with pieces label explicit and feel that have become addicted to the raunchy gay erotica on the straight each female and i feel somewhat confused on why i'm so deeply invested in these fictional men's orgasms but it's all i can think about all i want to do is read about them getting rimmed stretched in fox's senseless and take over my entire thought process. I just keep reading these dirty scenarios and replaying them over and over my head. It'd be one thing if i just needed to get laid but these fantasies are so specific to gay sex. It's not like. I could even recreate them if i wanted. What's happening to me. How can i stop thinking about their fictionally thick cox ramming into each other until they're vibrating into simultaneous orgasms. I need to train my mind to focus on something else but it seems so difficult as the fan fiction seem endless. Seriously i could be doing something useful with my time. I could've applied to those new jobs or have been reading a book. Please lend me your guidance. Exo expo chelsea damn stuff out there. That that's hard you get caught into the gay erotica..
"two hundred seventy thousand dollar" Discussed on Twinovation
"And we're back folks al. Doing out Birdie all except God fuck Fuck Sometimes Fan WanNa remind Cook Could Kucuk Good Cook catch catcher the days the figment of the show? Where we to shout out people out there world Do what it takes to get some pocket GUAC. Hey Watch my hands all the time. No I made a wash my apartment. I okay. That's good. I'm glad Jeff you have a fantastic catch and then I actually have that double catch the day folk sound often the comments on all the threads of the photo shows Who's catch you think is better? Who are like so what I have. Today is corona virus bandits to our men in surgical masks rob a racetrack stealing between two hundred and two hundred seventy thousand dollars in Queens New York interesting. The way they were able to rob them because they said they had corona virus no because there incognito in the surgical mask and other people are wearing a scam. Horrible armed robbery. I never said it was armed. Did I say.
Vegas man gets prison time in China-US fake phone parts case
"Prosecutors in San Diego CA Las Vegas business owner has been sentenced to six months in federal prison for conspiring to import counterfeit electronics from China to the U. S. a judge Monday also ordered thirty two year old site Akhmed to pay nearly two hundred seventy thousand dollars in restitution and surrender almost forty five hundred cell phone parts seized in June of twenty eighteen from his business phone parts
"two hundred seventy thousand dollar" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Would lose about two hundred seventy thousand dollars a day at the border ships down at a recent town, hog I thought and other local businesses as pe-, if they are ready to handle an increase of shipments before the June tenth tariff deadline. I will tell you today. Tomorrow. Brenda Smith is the executive assistant Commissioner with the office of trade at C BP, you have got to have your eyes open and your powder, dry at all times because the situation changes so quickly, and that's a problem says, Jerry swell, the executive vice president of Bank based in Laredo, Schwebel, worked on NAFTA, and the US Mexico, Canada agreement. He says a tariff further strains US relationship with Mexico, especially when trying to pass US NCA, also known as NAFTA, two point. Oh, this is not good. In the spirit of open relationships with our largest trading partner, which is Mexico. There will always be our neighbors. We can be in any way, threatening or, or course our partners to do certain things. Schwebel border communities like Laredo will be hit hard, if the tariffs take effect, but the consumer will ultimately pay the price, Laredo mayor Pete science. It's proud city is now the nation's busiest trade, hub and wants to keep it that way. But for that to continue, he wants to see the president separate the issue of trade and immigration for NPR news and a new junior in Laredo, Texas. This is NPR news. Support for K Q E.
"two hundred seventy thousand dollar" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"My reaction to that story is that there is a despicable cruel irony in the Saudis using American veterans and putting them up in Trump hotels benefiting the president. And then using them to lobby against the measure that would help the nine eleven families who are seeking to sue the Saudi. So the Saudis are using veterans paying the president in violation of the clause, and that two hundred seventy thousand dollars going to Donald Trump's orders agents only did tip of the iceberg is Donald Trump himself has said he gets tens of millions of dollars in payments for the condos and rentals in New York and Chicago all around the country from the Saudi and other foreign government. So it adds to the spring of our lawsuit. Yeah, I want to talk about the the scheme is so bizarre. And it's unclear if it was actually lobbying schemer essentially a pretense to put money in the president's pocket, but the legislation was legislation. You champion right and legislation would have done what? Legistlation which was successful. And in fact, we overrode a presidential veto achieve it gave the nine eleven families in an ongoing lawsuit. The right to stay in court and extract from the Saudis some compensation for this Saudis responsibility for nine eleven remember there is mounting evidence. That the Saudis sponsored perhaps financially supported and endorsed the nine eleven attack through agents. And that's what the nine eleven families are seeking to establish in court. I want to be clear through agents. Right. I mean that not official channels obviously net is not completely establish just to be clear. Correct. And the Justice against state terrorism acts sponsor terrorism Matt Johnston would known would give them jurisdiction over the Saudi. So this is the Saudis pouring money to American lobbying firm that has these veterans come to DC put them up. They get sent to the hill to lobby on this. You've got now one federal court that has UK. Coverage in the DC in the in the Maryland, I think in New York AG lawsuit again on the emoluments clause. How big a deal is that that is a very big deal to go forward with what's known as discovery, which means that documents must be produced. Other evidence must be presented in response to subpoenas. But equally important we've overcome a the only plausible legal little to this lawsuit against Donald Trump. Remember the name of our lawsuit is Blumenthal versus Trump. Why is going to court necessary here because we can't do our job unless the president is compelled by the courts to come to congress and say what's happening. See what's happened? Not only in this instance, with two hundred seventy thousand dollars in payments to him personally, his interest, but also the payments from the Philippine government. The other governments that have supported Trump does. Does Trump properties condos apartments and hotel? Matthew Whitaker is still the acting attorney general of the United States America. It was I think four weeks ago that he said he was consulting ethics officials on possible recusals from the Muller probe, and then they've just gone silent journalist after journalists reporter after Ford or people that are in that building all the time trying to get some comment, and they are just saying nothing about what those ethics officials said what gives they have to be embarrassed. By the possibility that the ethics officials are going to say Matt Whitaker has no business doing this job because he has no proper role as general of the United States, even in that capacity. He has said things that clearly require his crucial. He has done things like his participation in massive consumer fraud that ought to require his removal. And so the ethics officials are silent. Because whatever they say is going. Be bad for Matt Whitaker. All right, Senator Richard Blumenthal. Thank you very much. Thank.
"two hundred seventy thousand dollar" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"In the money coming out of the IRA is taxable. So we're we've got some deductions at the real estate level to offset the income coming out of the IRA, but you end up with personally. Now, you do get all your deductions. Now, you do get all the things that John was talking about the step up in basis, the camera gate capital gains, all those kinds of things. And maybe someday you decide you know, what I really like this. I'm just gonna move into it. Now that the renders of pay the down a long way, I'm gonna move into it. Now, I can just move into. It can't do that. If it's owned by your IRA. So there are reasons. Oop. Wait a minute. Rick. I'm not fifty nine and a half John's not fifty nine and a half. No, forty nine and a half. Now. I know he's not anymore. But yeah. All right, fine. So how do I get money out of my IRA? Well, there are ways to get money out of the IRA. Now does this work in every case not necessarily? But generally if you have enough money to purchase the property outright in cash, you have enough money to do this. Because generally a twenty five year old doesn't have enough money in cash to do this. But usually it's in your forties and fifties that you find people that have the money in their IRAs that are looking to do this. They can set up a substantial equal payment plan from the IRA have the money taken out as long as they live up to the rules. It won't be penalized. And they're using it to make a payment. That's not going away anytime soon anyway because you just put a thirty year mortgage on it. That's code section seventy two t. So here's the deal. This is what it means is a piece of property. I got three hundred thousand in my IRA the property costs three hundred thousand dollars by coincidence. I want to buy it. But the only money that I really. Have is in my IRA. But what I do. So I can't afford it. But what I do have. I do have is. Maybe I come up with the down pay. I'd have to come up with the down payment because that's the easiest way to do this. I'm going to buy it personally. Instead of my IRA, I'm going to get a mortgage on this three hundred thousand dollar property. And that's what I have to do. I got to qualify for the mortgage. But let's say that I do I come up with the down payment personal down payment, so three hundred thousand dollar property. I put thirty thousand down let's say I oh, I get a two hundred seventy thousand dollar mortgage I make mortgage payment personally. And I take the money out of my IRA in my IRA pays me. In essence, my IRA is paying the mortgage on this. And as professor Plum said it's taxable coming out of the IRA, but it's a tax deduction up to certain limits for a tax deduction on the interest that I'm paying on the mortgage. So it's pretty much. It's basically. A wash that way. And if I'm not fifty nine and a half the money coming out of my IRA would be. Penalized, but you can use what's called code section. Seventy two t to take the money out of your IRA. If you're under age fifty nine and a half, no penalty tax the same way. But no penalty. Right. So let's say you're fifty two then you wanted to buy this three hundred thousand dollar property. Now, you have to come up with down payment for some other source. But.
"two hundred seventy thousand dollar" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Yeah. And the money coming out of the IRA is taxable. So we're we've got some deductions at the real estate level to offset the income coming out of the IRA, but you end up with it personally. Now, you do get all your deductions. Now, you do get all the things that John was talking about the step up in basis the camp capital gains, all those kinds of things. And maybe someday you decide you know, what I really like this. I'm just going to move into it. Now that the renders of paid a down a long way, I'm gonna move into it. Now, I can just move into. It can't do that. If it's owned by your IRA. So there are resume you say, wait a minute. Rick. I'm not fifty nine and a half John's not fifty nine and a half. No, he's forty nine and a half. Now. I know he's not anymore. But yeah. All right, fine. So how do I get money out of my IRA? Well, there are ways to get money out of the IRA. Now does this work in every case not necessarily? But generally if you have enough money to purchase the property outright in cash, you have enough money to do this. Because generally a twenty five year old doesn't have enough money in cash to do this. But usually it's in your forties and fifties you find people that have the money in their IRAs that are looking to do this. They can set up a substantial equal payment plan from the IRA have the money taken out as long as they live up to the rules. It won't be penalized. And they're using it to make a payment. That's not going away anytime soon anyway because you just put a thirty year mortgage on it. That's code section seventy two t. So here's the deal. This is what it means is a piece of property. I got you know, three hundred thousand in my IRA the property costs three hundred thousand dollars by coincidence. I want to buy it. But the only money that I really. Is in my IRA. But what I do. So I can't afford it. But when I do have I do have is maybe I come up with the down pay. I'd have to come up with the down payment because that's the easiest way to do this. I'm going to buy it personally. Instead of my IRA, I'm going to get a mortgage on this three hundred thousand dollar property, and that's what I have to do to qualify for the mortgage. But let's say that I do I come up with the down payment personal down payment, so three hundred thousand dollar property. I put thirty thousand down let's say I o to get a two hundred seventy thousand dollar mortgage. I make the mortgage payment personally. And I take the money out of my IRA in my IRA pays me. In essence, my IRA is paying the mortgage on this. And as professor Plum said it's taxable coming out of the IRA, but it's a tax deduction up to certain limits for a tax deduction on the interest that I'm paying on the mortgage. So it's pretty much. It's basically. Wash that way. And if I'm not fifty nine and a half the money coming out of my IRA would be. Penalized, but you can use what's called code section. Seventy two t to take the money out of your IRA. If you're under age fifty nine and a half, no penalty tax the same way. But no penalty. Right. So let's say you're fifty two then you wanted to buy this three hundred thousand dollar property. Now, you have to come up with down payment for some other source, but maybe you use a twenty percent down and you've got alone..
"two hundred seventy thousand dollar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Are you? I'm doing well. How are you better than I deserve? What's up? Well, I have a quick question. We are completely that free. We have we paid our mortgage off about six months ago. Rape. No student loans. No, Car Loans, nothing like that. So, but we are debating on moving, but using all the money that we gain from the sale of our house as down payment towards the new house and potentially getting maybe a fifty thousand dollar mortgage. That silliest and where we came from to start over again. But yet it's a much smaller loans than it would have been if we had to pay full price. Out of our pocket. What's your household income? We bring home about four thousand a month. Take pay take home. And like, I said, no other loan car payment. Home worth. What did our homework? About two hundred twenty thousand. Only would need about a fifty thousand dollars loan to purchase the one the house that we are interested in sure you're moving from two hundred twenty thousand dollars to two hundred seventy thousand dollar house. Yeah. It's not much of a move. No, it's not. But it does have a lot more upgrade than what our house has now. Because if we stayed would be we would have to invest money into the house to do the upgrade or we could move and those upgrades have already been accomplished. Or you could stay in not do the bridge. Oh, we can stay do us. Not do the upgrade. Or we could stay upgrades. Save money and move with cash. Right. There's no way. I would go back and finally got out. And the first thing you do get house fever. Right. And I've after hearing that that that's dream that you just had on. I thought I bet I know his aunt already. Yeah. I mean, you knew what you wanna do. I couldn't I wouldn't call you stupid. I mean, you're not out of control. You're not being irresponsible. It's a tiny little mortgage as you said. But I just I just couldn't go back. Once this hard to get out. I mean, you you have a two hundred and twenty thousand dollars paid for home in Roanoke Virginia that is not a bad house. That's right. That's great house. As a matter of fact. Well, above average square footage in the United States in a great neighborhood by definition in the Roanoke market. That's what that house is. So I couldn't do it. If you wanna do it. You can do it. But I certainly can't tell you to do what I what Sharon. And I would do we worked our butts off to get out of debt, and there's nothing will get us back in. There is nothing. I want bad enough to go back into debt. And there's a lot of stuff. I'd like to do a lot of things I'd like to accomplish the money to do. But I'm not going to get for it. Even for a minute. Even for just a second because my life is so good. Without any payments? So you do what you wanna do. But I can't tell you to do that. It would it would just make me throw up to think about it. I can't there's no way. So what would I do? I'd say either, you know, piecemeal out of your income. You don't have any payments you save up some money fix up. And as you said do some upgrades, or if you wanna move save up shape hard for a couple of years, you'd probably save fifty grand two years without any payments. If you watch what you're doing. But it doesn't mean it means you don't get the house that you found while you were out impulses riding around on a Sunday afternoon and saw this particular property. Well, that one's not going to be there. Oh, well, there's a house on every corner. You do what you wanted to be mad at you. Either way. I just couldn't do it. There's no way Arianna is with us in Canada. Hey, arianna. How are you? Hi there. Thank you for taking my call. Thank you so much for your ministry. Thank you. How can I help? So I'm a long distance landlord by default three months ago. I put my town home on the market and my sister who was my tenant by default found her own place. So it's currently sitting empty the entire complex that it's an has gone down in value. So my unit is worth fifteen thousand dollars less than what I had bought it for five years ago right now, so therefore the units of the same style and layout is mine and mine was the lowest priced at two thousand dollars good yesterday, a fifth simulating it came on the market five thousand less than me. So at one hundred ninety five thousand I'm starting to feel a bit of urgency to sell because it's sitting empty and winter is coming. So I was thinking of dropping my price to one ninety four and adding an incentive that Al also paid six months worth of condo fees. Doing all this would mean that I would pay five to six thousand dollars out of pocket after the mortgage is discharged. My question is how would you how much would you pay out of pocket to get rid of the thing? How would you go, obviously, you'd have obviously you'd have to have the money to pay out of pocket. That'd be one limiting factor. I don't know. What I'm gonna do judge the situation and how quickly are these things dropping overall, and that's gonna give me my urgency. I don't want to just get emotional about it. I want to judge the future and say these things are going down in value. There's already five of them on the market. I've got to be the lowest one on the market. This is not looking good. You know, so. Would drop it another fifty thousand. No, I wouldn't. So, you know, so at some point you do you laugh, right? And that's that's so, but but five thousand on a pocket to be done with this two hundred thousand dollar are hundred eighty thousand dollar mortgage. Yeah. Yeah. That'd be done with that in a heartbeat. I'd do that too. Because because waiting two years is not gonna help the situation is what I think I'm hearing. Right. Yeah. Exactly. Get worse coming and Winnipeg is not a place to move in the wintertime, so. But I mean this winter, but in general this complex is not going to heal and become worth three hundred thousand two years from now. Exactly. Yeah. It's going the wrong way. And so it's it's time to get out of town. You know, and yeah, I'm with you. I think you're right. I don't think you're panicking with the numbers. You're giving me. Now. Have you start telling me somebody wants to offer you a low ball offering you have to come out of pocket with thirty grand probably gonna wait the winter out. You know, my put a tenant in it, Royal spring and see what happens, but there's some point that I'm not willing to be that far below the other properties that are on the market. But but overall. Yeah, let's get rid of this thing. Good question. I'm sorry. You're facing this open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five. Thanks for joining us. Andrea is on Instagram. I've now got over a million people on Instagram. Wow. And I'm just now figuring out how to do it myself. The guys at work here, do it. And when I actually put a picture up there people freak out. So it doesn't because I'm not very good at it. But I got pretty good at Twitter, but nobody's on Twitter Twitter died, except except a bunch of trolls. I mean, it's just a bunch of angry people that don't have a real identity or whatever. So Instagram's like nice people by and large not all, but the block one woman that was being a test pilot from a broom factory though that I but. Anyway, instagram..
"two hundred seventy thousand dollar" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"Mattress makers fled in the early days of his abrasive campaign, and the president's company doesn't seem to have landed a single new deal since in twenty fifteen Forbes valued Trump's product licensing operation twenty three million dollars. It's now down to a mere three million dollars. He's so polarizing that people are free to do business. With him says Jeff who runs the licensing company global icons. He has significantly tarnish the brand headaches in the luxury market could in theory be off. Set by Trump's new found popularity with the larger affluent. A set for months after their father took office. Eric and Trump junior announced a new business venture to bring lower priced Trump brands to hotels in middle. America. Filings released months later indicate that the majority owner of this venture is none other than the president himself with seventy seven percent stake positioning Trump to profit from his political stardom much has come of Trump signed deals to brand four hotels in Mississippi. But those agreements generated only twenty seven thousand dollars last year told reporters there were as many as thirty five other deals in the works. None of them have panned out. So far Trump's business has some bright spots a few blocks from the White House at the Trump International hotel. Trump fans hobnob with cable news stars and cabinet secretaries. The place turned a two million dollar profit in the first four months of twenty seventeen four exceeding Trump organizations expectations. Chunk of that money comes from various GOP organizations, which have pumped more than one point three million dollars into the hotel since it opened in full twenty sixteen according to Federal Election Commission, data despite what seems violation of the constitutions emoluments clause designed to keep presidents free from foreign financial interest, the governments of other nations. Welcome to everyone from Kuwaiti officials. The prime minister of Malaysia has reportedly spent money there and lobbyists working for Saudi Arabia disclosed they were in two hundred seventy thousand dollar tab in just six months in terms of condo sales. Trump sold one in New York to a woman named Angela Chen just a month after he took office chain paid fifteen point nine billion dollars one point eight million dollars more than her downstairs neighbor shelled out for similar apartment year. Earlier deal sparked conflict of interest concerns because Chen is apparently the head of business called. Global alliance associates which claims to use its network with the highest levels of government officials to help companies expand into China presidential providence is also proving lucrative after Trump made log a world famous..
"two hundred seventy thousand dollar" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Dell Wamsley radio show with Lori Fonteneau today, we're talking about the power of passive income because it allows us to live where we want an invest where we want, and we spent the first segment talking about a little bit about Laurean and her history and moving around for jobs and never really being able to be where you wanna be because something is dragging you elsewhere in order to make money, and if you can create passive income that that cash flow that is coming in every month without you working in that business or working very little in that business. It gives you tremendous freedom to live wherever in the country. You wanna live close to the people that you love and the things that you like to do and invest where it makes sense to invest in Laurie. We've been working with a variety of of national folks people from across the United. States and some from out of the country who are investing all over the United States and helping them with this concept and we've been doing this for years. Now, we launched our national program a couple years ago, but it's it's really been about six or seven years, we've been diligently working with people across the country in this process. Can you tell us a little bit about how it all works? And and talk about the national program, and how people can actually make this happen in their lives. Sure. Well, you had mentioned in the last segment how we don't expect people if they're in a market that's not conducive poor cash flow property and for investment buying whole properties. We don't expect them to give up their life and their job and move away from families to go move to an area of the country that that that meets the model and so. Backed by we teach people that you can do the model in any city that makes sense in any market that makes sense. And so we teach them the price point. You've got to do two things in order to invest outside of your market and to analyze whether or not your market is a good one to invest in or not. I'm going to pick on California, for instance, because their prices their home prices are out of out of the sky high and they go through the roof there with their home prices and in order to get a nineteen fifties. Or ninth will exceed little bungalow, you could pay half a million dollars for that. Red prices the market doesn't support being able to pay for the expenses on a home of that dot cost. Then it doesn't make sense to actually invest in that area. That's that's pretty simple. And what we normally do. We look at the average price of the house what it's going to appraise four on the market, and we can generally ballpark. Look at that and say well rent would probably in order for this make a good investment property would need to be about one percent of the price of that house. So he's got two hundred seventy thousand dollar house that you're going to purchase for an acquisition buying hold for cash flow, you'd want to consider that you need at least seventeen hundred dollars a month for rent, and if people in that area aren't paying that amount. Well, then that means that that house is too. High priced for the model. So what we do is. We look for areas. It's great if it happens in your own backyard because that gives us an advantage. We're more familiar with the neighborhood where familiar with which which areas are good and bad so to speak. But the thing is is that we can always if it's not in our backyard, and if it's in another city or another state for that matter, we can always go and look at that particular market, and what the rents are. We can look at rental comp you can even find that. If you you just a normal website, like realtor dot com or something like that. What rental homes are going in the area? And then look at what prices at home with their spelling for and then you can put that one percent rule and see whether or not it makes sense. So you do your due diligence in the area because if you're not familiar with the area, you'd wanna look at crime statistics, you might want to contact your insurance agent or get an insurance person on your team. But that's in that area. And see what the insurance rates are going forced at the start calculating, what expenses would be for that property to see how much that's the expenses on that you're going to come out of the rent check that your tenant will be paying the once you apply the same principles to any market. You can find a good market. And if you can't find. Something you know, lots of times people get stuck because they want to invest in their own area. And his so many many people are living in areas. Like, you say where the numbers really don't work out well for rental property, which is why many of us live in areas that don't have a lot of renters in the area. But as they expand out from from where they live they can find many markets, usually in a variety of states across the US where it makes sense. And maybe there's some on the east coast and the west coast where your numbers are just so high that when you're charging four or five thousand dollars a month for rent, you're you're into a dynamic in the market. That's that's difficult to as a landlord. It takes you longer to find tenants, even though people may have higher incomes. They also have higher higher expenses. And so they they get into a situation where you have the traditional tenants taxes and. And toilets where they're really looking at appreciation. Maybe you could talk a little bit about our model and how we look at appreciation as being the cherry on top. Instead of the foundation of the investment strategy. Exactly. Well, well, we all know that real estate is an appreciating asset so appreciation, though is I think on the cake, and you don't want to go into it at the thinking that it's going to appreciate because of a speculative nature that we don't want to speculate on anything. We wanna run good firm numbers. And I'll tell you as long as there are properties in the price point to to to afford. Kitchen make profit off the rent then appreciation shouldn't shouldn't come into play. That's just simply what you what you get in the buy and hold though, for instance, if you were to if you if you go into a market, and it happens to be let's say a hundred under two hundred thousand dollars, and you look at that market will say, well, you know, prices are going up at a rate of you know, what they're really accelerating. And so you would want to still not go in for a shin because that's mostly people are just going to speculate on that. And they run the risk of getting burned you run the numbers the same on every deal. No matter which market. And that's the the fundamentals that allow you to go through the market cycles. And I think that's part of what people don't understand about real estate because they've heard the stories about people losing a tremendous amount in real estate during a different bubbles, and especially during the most recent recession, which is is fading into history at the moment, but causing us to forget the fundamentals of the market that prevent us from repeating the past. And that's really what Laurie is here to talk to us about today is mastering the fundamental. So we don't repeat the past and being able to live where we want an invest where we want and that is the power of passive income. This is Len Monroe and Laurie font. No on the radio show in a moment. We'll be back with more on those fundamentals of real estate investing. If you have a question, give us a call at.
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"Campaign and the president's company doesn't seem to have landed single new deal since in twenty fifteen Forbes value Trump's product licensing operation at twenty three million dollars. It's now down to a mere. Three million dollars. He's so polarizing that people are free to do business. With him says Jeff who runs the licensing company global icons. He has significantly the brand headaches in the luxury market could in theory be offset by Trump's new found popularity with the larger affluent set for months after their father took office, Eric and Donald Trump junior announced a new business venture to bring lower priced Trump brands to hotels in middle. America. Filings released months later indicate that the majority owner of venture is none other than the president himself with seventy seven percent stake positioning Trump to profit from his political stardom, but not much has the Trump signed deals to brand four hotels in Mississippi. But those agreements generated only twenty seven thousand dollars last year, they told reporters there were as many thirty five other deals in the works. None of them have panned out so far. Trump's business has some bright spots a few blocks from the White House at the Trump International hotel. Trump fans hobnob with cable news stars and cabinet secretaries. The place turned a two million dollar profit in the first four months of twenty seventeen four exceeding Trump organizations expectations chunk of that money comes from various GOP organizations, which have pumped more than one point three million dollars into the hotel since it opened in fall twenty sixteen according to Federal Election Commission, data despite what seems violation of the constitutions emoluments clause designed to presidents free from foreign financial interest. The governments of other nations are welcome to everyone from Kuwaiti officials to the prime minister of Malaysia has reportedly spent money there and lobbyists working for Saudi Arabia disclosed. They ran a two hundred seventy thousand dollar tab in just six months in terms of condo sales. Trump sold. In New York to a woman named Angela just a month after he took office paid fifteen point nine billion dollars one point eight million dollars more than her downstairs neighbor shelled out for similar apartment. Earlier the deals conflict of interest concerns because Chen is apparently the head of business called global alliance associates which claims to use its network with the highest levels of government officials to help companies expand into China presidential providence is also proving lucrative after Trump made world famous..
"two hundred seventy thousand dollar" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Calling in to talk to. You, more. On a level of life insurance. Okay For. Beneficiaries because I, am just completely confused and everything I look I. I think I look into something start reading it sounds good and then I get to. Somewhere who it sounds this is not for me or I don't qualify or it's out of my income bracket and so and then some, of them tell me they don't even. Kick in for a couple of years and then some of them say and then, I. Read. Reviews on. Them. And then I read some companies really find any reason not to pay the beneficiary. So Right so tell me what you're actually trying to accomplish with life. Insurance Okay Accomplish is older, children but I have a young child who's six years, old and I purchased a home three years ago and all my children still live with me and I'm just trying to secure the what s what happens if the just, in you know what I'm so, sorry that that has seemed incredibly complicated and with roadblocks everywhere because there's a very easy way for you to take care of your. Kids Okay so how old are the two older ones So two other ones are nineteen and seventeen Okay so they are almost Not quite ready to be adults because they used, to be at this age but now you've, got schooling and all that but they're not far from where they'll be expected to stand. On their own two feet, it's your six year old especially to make sure. You take care of exactly I'm not. Really worried about the nature she's amazing and wonderful and self sufficient and and, not really worried about, her but, my two boys you know the one who hasn't, quite gotten to my. Daughter the seven year old and then. Obviously the six year old I just wanted something that would take. Care of him for years if he ended up with someone that would help. Them take care of him it's. So it's so wonderfully easy what you would best be served with is something. Known. As level term insurance Did you say level. Metal l. e. v. level term insurance okay and what that is is you, by an amount of, insurance it, could be a you might decide you need a, million dollars coverage five. Hundred thousand whatever amount it is level. Term insurance is incredibly cheap okay what I can advise you I. Just back of the envelope is that if you bought this policy now and. You bought a twenty year level. Term policy which will cover your six year old being twenty six years old You can initially name all. Three of your children as beneficiaries of this policy or if. You. Wish you since you're so confident about your nineteen year old? You could just name, the seventeen and six year old but you can, change it over the years who will be the beneficiaries and so you're. In. A position where you can. Buy these policies and they they cost so model it's a stunner crunch by level term because all it does it only pays, in the event of your untimely passing in the twenty year period Premium stay, the same and if you knock on wood euro alive twenty years from. Now then the insurance you paid for all the years goes to dust it, has no purpose but. If you did need it to provide for your kids it's. Their that's to get people to talk to you about level term and guess why Because it doesn't behoove them. Yeah there's like no. Income for them there's almost no commission at, all so have you, talked to a real human being alive insurance agent he or she. Will not ever mention, level term insurance because they can't earn a penny off of, it I mean they lose money coming to you to fill out the paperwork with you I, see okay so I generally suggest that people look at buying level term online okay what I like to. Recommend is, that you look at buying a policy that is ten times your income Okay And you will be from having been all confused and feeling like your brain was being turned into a pretzel Joel know what to do immediately when you start looking at the online quotation. Services Okay okay yeah. That's really helpful thank you so much sure and do you have a will no I don't have one I do need to do that you gotta you gotta that is that is not optional that. Is mandatory because if you don't do a will What happens with your kids and who raises them may be completely different than. You want it to be exactly so I would. Say those. Two. Things. Go, together get the. Life insurance policy get. The. Will and have peace of mind? That, if something does happen to you that your kids are. Well provided for and. Raised the way you want Chad. Is with us on the Clark Howard show Hello Chad Hey how you doing. Today great thank you you're thinking about being mortgage. Debt. Free Yes yes I'm outta grew up at in the. Mortgage was face the first thing I, on, that required a Finnish. Won't. Matter debt. So we bought our home, last November We've. Got a two hundred seventy thousand dollar long for three point six. Percent over thirty year fix with dopey And I was just wondering whether or not make more sense to invest the extra money that. My wife, and I are saving or but towards the mortgage to, pay? It off for my own comfort again so Chad no other debts, in your life is what you said right So how old are you and your, wife Twenty nine The fact that you have this kind of motivation and desire means you're going to be absolutely fine financially. Moving forward because when you when you have this kind, of attitude that debt is something that is like sticks to you that you want to get. Rid of it means that you carry that through your working lifetime You're gonna be in great shape financially no matter what decision you make but I'll tell you the, most efficient decision would be for you and your wife to make your highest priority saving money. In the ways that the tax code makes most advantageous Where each of you work do you have retirement plans yeah we both contribute five percent and. Five percent match and I do a percent with a four percent match okay I would say that would, be a higher priority for both of, you to significantly increase the amount, of money you're saving through the retirement plans at your places of work it would also be a high priority for you to establish Roth IRA if you're not doing that yet Yeah I do have a couple of those and my name and my wife's name and restricted much. Recently due to the fact that you know moving into a house you got to furnish it you know But now you're at the point where you've digested that you're starting to, figure out what the next. Priority is The higher priority particularly with the, mortgage interest rate that is so incredibly low is for you to put the real emphasis being in. Your twenties getting money beefed up into, those 401K's or whatever their employer plans are, an into your Ross gbs. So much more flexibility down the road not to mention the roths grow tax free and ultimately respect tax free Right now I I actually had recently set up until last week where we took the 401K Zing just did a traditional through the employer but I switched it last week and did both of ours the Roth for the fact that. You have access to a Roth 401K means you, can even ignore what I talked, about we're doing Roth IRA's and just increase the contribution amounts steadily that you have going into the Roth 401K's and I know, you and your wife are going to be in fantastic shape with the very situation you've established and. Where your head's at about money and debt Israel is with us on the Clark, Howard show how are you Yes I'm doing Clark I'm doing great thanks I hope you are very very good I'm. I'm glad you got me on the phone 'cause I've seen, having some trouble trying to. Get a a smart, thermostat for my soon to be energy, efficient home and. I've, been having a lot of problems trying to go with one well nothing is as easy to use the nest and the, why why would that be Clark 'cause the nest was the. First thermostat that anybody really thought of to make like using an iphone or an Android to make really easy to use. You know thermostats before that any kind of programmable thermostat he had to sit there with the owner's manual and turn page by page and still not really understand what they did and eventually people would abandon using the smart functions in them but the nest is intuitive. It learns your patterns you have the app on. Your smartphone your Able to control that thermostat and they have done..
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"Know what we have underneath our feet there wants to come to west virginia they are the ones that come to west virginia stood in front of us in the deck on legislative committees and say we are standing on the next saudi arabia not us they are energy people come here and said that so course standing on the next saudi arabia why do our people have to remain because that's exactly what they want they want to extract it like everything else they've ever taken from west virginia and our people be number better for it i even got up and asked him are these long term jobs for short term jobs and the guy looked at me and said well they're short term jobs it'll be about between one and four years and then what happens is the gas is going to continue the flow people are gonna make a lot of money and our people are still going to be very poor center richardo jettas with his democratic nominee in the third congressional district how do you plan to campaign against carol miller the republican nominee i know you know her because she's in the legislature i think you know her so how do you plan to run the campaign against her i mean they know she's she's been there for a long time i think she has she's got a voting record you know she was we're the ones that stood with everything in their power to kill the medical cannabis bill you know anybody who can themselves to two hundred seventy thousand dollar campaigns cannot relate to the people of southern west virginia so you know what that's dubious i'm game i'm ready to debate anywhere anytime anything let's do it set it up metronews tell you what i would like to i'd like to do that like to have youtube debates i'll take yours as a commitment already and i'll reach out to carol miller meantime richard do you think that if you become a member of congress without exempt you from from the speed limits i understand you gotta lead foot that's what i keep hearing you gotta lead foot down there is that true well you know what let me tell you something if a police officer stops me it gives me a speeding ticket i'll pay my speeding ticket but if i'm behind you and you're driving erratic and you and i feel like he may be endangering.
"two hundred seventy thousand dollar" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Term birds word against the prosecution's case built on an incomplete investigation the testimony of the 14yearold babysitter his lack of an alibi and his relationship with lorna anderson so it was a few years after the movie in 1998 when tom went on trial for first degree murder in the death of marty lorna andersen pleaded guilty to seconddegree murder in exchange for her testimony against tom for now were putting people on trial for murder anderson's murder while tom bird lorna pleaded guilty shoot already put up lorna said she in time had claimed the killing together and that time was the masked men who actually gun down marty so this was different so they are still some question of who was the actual gunmen gerald carter denied having any part in the murder of marty anderson when he was approached by learning tom he said they told him they were in love and they asked him to kill marty so they could be together darrelle had quite reasonably suggested that the anderson's get a divorce instead chum bird responded that lorna didn't want a divorce because then she couldn't collect money from her husband's life insurance policy marty had taken out a two hundred seventy thousand dollar policy earlier that year the lovers proposed two ways of killing marty one involved drugging him and shoving his car into a river to make his death look like an accident the other was to shoot and kill him in what would appear to be a robbery and initially they wanted that done at a relative's home were marty was staying when he went to peca for his army reserve activities the joe carter later testified that tom told him no one would suspect that he was involved just because he was a minister were sure so he kinda thought he was above the law right row iminister does recoup people for not usually but most people don't usually kill people or gross would put started before emporiums sooner approve ordered to report terms.
"two hundred seventy thousand dollar" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Hey but don't worry is i find a contract to build a two hundred seventy thousand dollar how new house and um i'm putting down twenty percent cash to avoid the mortgage insurance good like luck my question is do you think that this is too expensive for a single on 24yearold that make fifty thousand dollars per year well is these have you calculated your payment on assisting near fixed well it's going to be a thirty year fixed i used to be a fifteen year fixed maybe be a fifteen mega sistine and it's it's a fifteen is it more than a fourth of your take home pay if so then you probably have ball to much house um and i'm thinking it is i'm thinking it's probably more like half of your take home pay so why did you not like a thirty year fixed because on which meant that for thirty years uh that's a good point and you pay like you pay like seven times more interest if you keep a 30year mortgage nicky butt fifteen through the thirty years you know because you're caring it fifteen more years of interest on the money right and it just really really expensive because i am not you're 24 don't if i can have you completely debt free in your early thirties you know how rich you will be by the time you're seventy that guy that guy one that's the way i'm taking you always now um date the um so you know run your payment out now if you've made an obligation i don't want you break your obligation few you sign a contract you need people bill miles could use on the contract with him.
"two hundred seventy thousand dollar" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only
"Gerrymandering but but even still i i think we might be able to do it so forgetting some of those lowlights first of all overall as i talked about that one point five trillion number one trillion of that so twothirds goes to corporations because the businesses according to the tax policy center the richest point one percent of americans will get an average of two hundred seventy thousand dollars a reduction in their tax bill by 2020 seven while the poorest twofifths twofifths of the country get twenty five dollars twenty five dollars now it's true that the middle class if there is such a thing still does get some tax benefit and i think when you look at the poorest twofifths of the country the reason they only get twenty five dollars he they aren't paying lon taxes so there's not a whole lot to reduce but still wide is the richest point one percent of america need at two hundred seventy thousand dollar reduction their tax bill i mean that's ridiculous so we've already looked at when we looked at paul ryan's claims the only way this is helping the poorest americans and by late two fifths that's a forty percent that's a lot we're not talking about a handful of people slipping through the cracks you know below the poverty line we're not talking about jr dozens of people here that's forty percent so the only way are benefiting if what paul ryan is saying is true like even going with his plan they're going to benefit by trickle down there's really no way around it i mean they're they're wages he said this will increase wages this is not increasing wages by giving the poorest twofisted the country 25 extra dollars that's meaningless so the only way if we are to take him seriously the only way has to be an and some republicans are willing to say this some aren't i and we'll hit into that but the only way is going to be well if you give the richest people budget tax breaks if you give corporations a giant taxcut they'll pay people moral though our dole expand or something so that that's a claim we're going to look at the trickledown economics claim uh that's.
"two hundred seventy thousand dollar" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The way you know this is the time to do it how do you own a house now now now okay well i'm going to talk next about the next busy biggest problem is people want to know how much money do i need to buy a two hundred seventy thousand dollar house right and what other courts and then you can go very good i'll do that next rickie thank you for calling you there widow homebuyer program that giving way are you a veteran by any chance okay well the fa let me let me talk about that next with cash how much cash you need what programs there are they online okay listen all right let that's the next biggest question people have besides qualifying you and if you noticed the person who made four thousand dollars a month they qualified for a two twenty house the person who makes five thousand dollars qualifies for about a to seventy house every thousand dollars that you may thank you probably can go up about fifty thousand dollars in the sales price of your house so even if you're making six thousand dollars a month you probably can go up to a three hundred in twenty five thousand dollar house now that's keeping your bills if you if you making six thousand dollars a month you'd have to keep your bills around six hundred dollars a month those are the bills we're talking about minimum payments on the credit cards the car loans student loans um a credit union loans or child support and if you didn't keep it under six hundred then you've got to lower the out how much you can afford on the eu will cut down on your three hundred twenty five thousand dollar house but every thousand that you go up is probably going to get you about fifty thousand dollars more in a sales price now what about cash you need well that's why i asked him if he was a veteran veterans need zero zero how you do that well you could ask the cell or whether you're buying a house via a fha or conventional you can ask the seller to pay your closing costs and your prepaids what are your prepaids your prepaids or your taxes for the year.
"two hundred seventy thousand dollar" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM
"The issues of the week as own covered on some of my programs that these folks are associated with an some are not i've for example liberate the crash that plane the military plane what he you say about that i now i don't know anybody drove down deep enough in that two yoga was a problem with the plane the pilot error whatever it is so what do you do hardly sad is it sixteen people died this and land answers yeah like what else easily did arable than yeah yeah with the next deal all right let's go to their was so i asked myself when i answer the next deal the jane sanders lane deal now i do not know it this is so i can't wait to find out the eye glamoc complete the uh the slightest idea ajay gene sanders here it's up to you as the fbi gatien of jane sanders deal uh who is she yeah right exactly mason's if federal robe early in college bank loan oh was earnest sanders why sanders wife his wife oh yes oh the college had she ran got shut down right it ran out of money like a year ago or so did she get arrested hitting it or they are investigating it over the bank loans i guess the burlington college bank let's hysteria been floating around and it was i think i teed that up that's what mcguinness something with house new here is nothing new this is have been floating around vermont that's why i was confused when i saw this remember was it last week or two or three weeks ago i talked about bernie sanders driving around two hundred seventy thousand dollar out of your rhythm the picture real the pictures were real no there are photoshop that with snow says yes well he's nova's slopes in adult they further shot i mean i love that guys anything can be done who did that the everybody i mean the your wedded has daily photoshop contests about ya and if you see the the the chris christie once he really on in the beach chair they are hysterical i'll i've asked what i saw yesterday is they blew the picture upper chris christie in the ah in the beach chair that adam tied the.