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1025 Church's Podcast
Sweep Around Your Own Doorsteps!

1025 Church's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 30:03


John 8:1-12

Adventures in Irrationality
Episode 553 - Shits on Doorsteps

Adventures in Irrationality

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 100:50


In which we discuss getting healthcare jobs, Jeremy's bike getting stolen,  Jeremy doing a Spartan Race, our kids and their friends, going to the zoo, and Eric met a teacher who was attacked, fights we saw in high school, high school coaches, sex ed, and more. Contact us at; adventuresinirrationality.com adventuresinirrationality@gmail.com   Music by U.S. Army Blues, licensed under a Public Domain Mark 1.0 license.

The Michael Berry Show
Now That It's Arriving On Dem's Doorsteps, It's A Problem | AM Show Hr 1

The Michael Berry Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 35:11


The So Free Art Podcast
226 • FINDING FREEDOM IN STRUCTURE

The So Free Art Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 28:07


This 'About The Tings' episode is an early morning Walk and Talk about Finding Freedom in Structure. Co-host lilDENNiS was fast asleep, but he missed out, because I talked about stuff like: Structure vs Non Structure, How Animals Seem More Alive in the Early Hours, The Beauty of Sun Rises, Getting Tings Done, Structure and Focus, Stealing Milk from People's Doorsteps, How Routines Are Not For Everyone, Finding Balance, Structure in Non Structure, Feeding the Seagulls, Social Anxiety, and there's a bit of 1920's Style Music :) Hope you enjoy.

Real Estate Tools & Tech Show
8: RentRedi DEMO | All-in-One Property Management Software for Landlords with Ryan Barone

Real Estate Tools & Tech Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 23:03


Jason Hartman is joined by Ryan Barone, CEO, CTO, & Co-Founder at RentRedi - App & Software to make renting easy for landlords (& their tenants). As the Chief Executive Officer of RentRedi, Ryan guides the company's vision to provide small landlords with software that helps them minimize turnover, reduce the time needed to manage their apartments, and increase profitability, all while making the entire rental process seamless for their tenants and themselves. RentRedi is an easy to use mobile landlord app with everything you need to manage properties. https://rentredi.com/ All-in-One Property Management Software for Landlords Watch the video at Jason's Real Estate News & Tech YouTube channel HERE. 0:08 Welcome Ryan Barone, CEO, CTO and Co-Founder at RentRedi 0:43 RentRedi is ideal for independent landlords looking to manage their properties 2:10 RentRedi demo - functions both as a phone app and on your desktop 3:35 Potential tenants can find and pre-qualify for your RentRedi listing on Realtor.com and Doorsteps 4:55 Pre-qualified tenants can then complete a full application and tenant screening 7:15 Convenient features and perks for tenants 8:52 How does payment collection work? 9:56 You can set up different LLCs and bank accounts for each individual property 10:54 Tenants can also pay by cash deposit 12:05 Tenants can submit maintenance requests through the app 14:00 RentRedi partners with Latchel - property management maintenance software 15:20 Hard and soft budget options for maintenance support feature 18:52 Customize each property with the features that you want 19:38 Communicate easily with your tenants using customized messages 20:38 Streamline your accounting 21:56 Find out more at RentRedi.com   Free Class:  Easily get up to $250,000 in funding for real estate, business or anything else http://JasonHartman.com/Fund Free Report on Pandemic Investing: https://www.PandemicInvesting.com Jason's TV Clips: https://vimeo.com/549444172 Free Class: CYA Protect Your Assets, Save Taxes & Estate Planning: http://JasonHartman.com/Protect Special Offer from Ron LeGrand:  https://JasonHartman.com/Ron What do Jason's clients say?  http://JasonHartmanTestimonials.com Contact our Investment Counselors at: www.JasonHartman.com Watch, subscribe and comment on Jason's videos on his official YouTube channel: YouTube.com/c/JasonHartmanRealEstate/videos Free white paper on the Hartman Comparison Index™ Guided Visualization for Investors: JasonHartman.com/visualization Jason's videos in his other sites: JasonHartman.com/Rumble JasonHartman.com/Bitchute JasonHartman.com/Odysee

War of the Roses - Jared and Katie in the Morning
There Was a Bus Driver on Katie's Doorsteps

War of the Roses - Jared and Katie in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2022 5:02


Katie feels like a failed parent once again. The bus driver who drives her daughter Nora to and from school knocked on her door. He was standing with Nora because no one was there waiting at Nora's stop like usual. So he parked the bus and walked Nora to the door to make sure she got there safe. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jared and Katie in the Morning, Show Highlights
There Was a Bus Driver on Katie's Doorsteps

Jared and Katie in the Morning, Show Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2022 5:02


Katie feels like a failed parent once again. The bus driver who drives her daughter Nora to and from school knocked on her door. He was standing with Nora because no one was there waiting at Nora's stop like usual. So he parked the bus and walked Nora to the door to make sure she got there safe. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

MOATS The Podcast with George Galloway
#127 - Maxwell on Trail, The PM Sleaze Smear Campaign and The Terror on the Doorsteps of Britain

MOATS The Podcast with George Galloway

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 101:07


This week on MOATS: The Podcast Masterful Author Kirby Sommers joins George to discuss the build up to the Ghislaine Maxwell trial. How can a jury act fairly on a case known all over the world and will Prince Andrew ever be brought to trail over the accusations filed against him? As the sleaze continues to weep out of parliament, former Speechwriter to the UN Secretary-General MArk Seddon joins to debate the life expectancy of Boris Johnson as conservative leader and Prime Minister. Ex MP Steve Norris joins for a review of the week in Britain as the country reflects on the rise of terror close to home. Broadcaster and Political commentator Rachel Blevins will be joining the Mother of All Talk shows to review the latest breaking news in the US as Biden breaks wind. All of this as well as taking calls from people all around the world as Moats asks "Who should succeed to the British Throne?" The answers may surprise you! "The Mother of all Talk Shows" is broadcast live every Sunday 7pm GMT on Youtube and Sputnik Radio. MOATS is the open university of the airwaves to millions of people all over the world @moatstv This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

Titus Ededjo Blog
“Ededjo”! at the doorsteps of world leaders

Titus Ededjo Blog

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 2:03


This episode is also available as a blog post: http://titusededjo.home.blog/2021/11/10/ededjo-at-the-doorsteps-of-world-leaders/

Cornerstone Wylie Sermons
Revolution at Our Doorsteps The Gospel, CRT, Wokeness, Social Justice (Week 11)

Cornerstone Wylie Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021


TRUNEWS with Rick Wiles
Beijing Warns USA: Chinese warships coming soon to your doorsteps

TRUNEWS with Rick Wiles

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 60:26


Today on TruNews, China is making it clear to the United States that its continued provocations in the South China Sea will not be tolerated, even as the US Coast Guard cruises through the Western Pacific. Russian is calling out the US Ambassador over the real reason he was summoned: election interference by the tech giants in the upcoming Duma elections. Republicans have strong reactions to the Biden COVID mandate. In the final segment, Rick and Doc continue the teaching on The Parable of the Sower, with an interesting interpretation that goes against modern-day Churchianity. Rick Wiles, Raymond Burkhart. Airdate (9/10/21)

Shot Of Sanity
At our doorsteps/ Quiet before the storm

Shot Of Sanity

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 59:35


Our 4th season! We talk about the war on the people. Why CRT is a bust and many more topics! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mknoneothasos/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mknoneothasos/support

Bug in a Rug
Ep. 93 The Richmond TV Fairy

Bug in a Rug

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 42:04


The TV Fairy didn't require payments or sacrifices of teeth to leave unsuspecting neighbors old television sets on their porches. A master of secret identity and an unsolved mystery still loom over Richmond, Virginia.    Twitter and Instagram - @biarpodcast Facebook - Bug in a Rug Email us your ideas at biarpodcast@gmail.com   Sources: ‘TV man' mysteriously leaves old television sets at Virginia homes | Fox News The Richmond TV Fairy: Virginia's Strangest Criminal Case | Weapons Grade Viral Media More than 20 vintage TVs left on Henrico front porches: ‘It's so weird' (wtvr.com) Police believe they know the identity of the masked man leaving vintage TVs on doorsteps (wtvr.com) Who Was The Richmond TV Vigilante - The Truth - YouTube TV Head Man Leaves 52 Old TVs on Doorsteps. WHY? - Weekly Weird News - YouTube Who Is the Virginia TV Man? - YouTube fanblog for the richmond virginia tv head man (tumblr.com)

My Take with Sheldon MacLeod
Double doses and doorsteps

My Take with Sheldon MacLeod

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 3:01


More Nova Scotians are re-booking their second vaccination up to a couple of months earlier than originally scheduled. And that's bringing us closer to candidate door-knocking and a provincial election call.

Doorsteps
The Power of Home

Doorsteps

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 27:19


In this episode of the Doorsteps podcast, Dr. Cody Price is joined by Michael Pires (pires.5@osu.edu) who serves as the Power of Home project manager. Power of Home is a collaborative partnership between John Glenn College of Public Affairs at The Ohio State University (OSU), OHFA and Framework Homeownership. The pilot program aims to support OHFA's first-time homeowners by providing free education and financial tools through the Keep app. To learn more about the Power of Home program and the Keep app, visit keephome.com. For more from the Office of Housing Policy, visit our website and follow us on Twitter @ohiodoorsteps. 

Doorsteps
Reducing Infant Mortality Through Housing Assistance

Doorsteps

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2021 41:34


In this episode of the Doorsteps podcast, Dr. Cody Price is joined by CelebrateOne’s Maureen Stapleton and Priyam Khan to discuss the Healthy Beginnings at Home program - a housing stabilization pilot program for pregnant women in Columbus, OH, which found that “women who received housing assistance experienced better birth outcomes than those that did not receive this assistance.” We also discuss COVID-19 impacts, racial disparities in pregnancy, and Healthy Beginnings at Home 2.0. For more from the Office of Housing Policy, visit our website and follow us on Twitter @ohiodoorsteps.

Cortes Currents
Bringing High Speed internet to people's doorsteps

Cortes Currents

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2021 4:51


Roy L Hales/ Cortes Currents - The Province of British Columbia will be bringing fast reliable internet to remote communities like Cortes Island, Quadra Island and Zeballos by the fall of 2021. >>> Fast reliable internet “Fast reliable internet is more important than ever. In fact we couldn't be here today without it,” said Lisa Beare, BC's Minister of Citizens' Services. “Today I can tell you that the Connecting British Columbia program is approving more than $10.5 million in grants to improve internet speeds on BC's coasts. This means that people in places like Zeballos and Quadra Island and Bella Coola will soon see improved internet speed and reliability. People benefitting from these projects are members of several indigenous projects as well: the Haida, the Nuxalk, Ehattesaht and the Klahoose Nation.” >>> Strathcona Regional District More than $4 million of this money will go to the Strathcona Regional District. According to Cortes Island Regional Director Noba Anderson, “Internet connectivity at a regional scale has been one of the key priorities of the Regional District for a little shy of a decade.” The provincial government press release mentions three north Quadra Island Sites - Granite Bay, Bold Point and Open Bay, as well as he village of Zeballos. Anderson spoke about the three Cortes locations: Whaletown, Squirrel Cove and Mansons Landing. Telus has been looking at potential sites for communication towers, but a number of Cortes residents expressed their opposition to this kind of idea when Connected Coast came to Manson's Hall two years ago. They were concerned about electromagnetic waves emanating from wireless communication towers. “When the Regional District did outreach about our last mile priorities couple of years ago, it was really clear that people wanted fibre (cables) to their homes,” explained Anderson. “We will get fibre active cable that will connect into that subsea cable, run along the telephone poles and into people's homes. As far as I understand, we need to have this project completed by the Fall.” She made it clear that this is not a business case that Telus or any other internet provider would have used, it was only financially feasible possible because of government funding. “I really want to say thank-you to everybody who helped make the investment in coastal communities come to fruition. So many people in my constituency are looking forward to the Connected Coast project. It brings such great benefits to the North Vancouver Island, whether it be just connecting to government services (Tia health), distance education, emergency management BC, or to create those economic diversification portfolios for those small communities that are trying to transition through our new economy,” said North Island MLA Michele Babchuk, who was Chair of the Strathcona Regional District during the latter phase of negotiations. She added, “Struggling with those slow download speeds and unreliable connections has been (difficult) for people in the North Island.” Photo credit: Connected Coast

Doorsteps
Building Equity Through Source of Income Protection

Doorsteps

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2021 36:01


Source of income (SOI) discrimination is a practice by which landlords, owners, and real estate brokers refuse to rent to prospective tenants seeking to pay for housing with housing assistance vouchers, subsidies, or other forms of public assistance. Since Ohio is a home rule state, municipalities can pass laws to govern themselves, including the passage of SOI discrimination legislation that expands protections of the Fair Housing Act.In this episode of the Doorsteps podcast, OHFA's Kelan Craig and Dr. Cody Price are joined by Bexley's Mayor Ben Kessler and Council President Lori Ann Feibel to discuss how Bexley became the 6th community in Ohio and the first in central Ohio to pass a SOI protection ordinance and why this legislation matters. They discuss how SOI protections help support community efforts to build equity.  To learn more about SOI protection ordinances please visit OHFA's website at SOI Discrimination.

Huddle Presents: Home Office
Sankara Brings The Foods Of World To Maritime Doorsteps

Huddle Presents: Home Office

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2021 65:18


Otito Atansi and Lily Lynch are the cofounders of Sankara, an online food marketplace serving Saint John, Fredericton, Moncton and Halifax. Otito is originally from Nigeria and Lily is from Halifax. They started a Nigerian food stall at an outdoor Saint John market several years ago, surrounded by other vendors selling food from around the world. That inspired them to create an e-commerce and marketing platform to help those vendors grow their businesses and share their food and culture more widely.

Doorsteps
Rural Housing, Health, and Prosperity: A Closer Look

Doorsteps

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2021 26:17


In this episode of the Doorsteps podcast, Dr. Corianne Scally of the Urban Institute (https://www.urban.org/) joins Dr. Cody Price to talk about rural housing issues across the US. Corianne dispels myths of rural America, discusses the importance of health equity in rural areas, and how COVID-19 has affected these regions. For more from the Office of Housing Policy, visit our website (http://ohiohome.org/research/default.aspx) and follow us on Twitter @ohiodoorsteps (https://twitter.com/ohiodoorsteps) .

Intego Mac Podcast
How iTunes Changed Apple

Intego Mac Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2021 33:11


iTunes is 20 years old. Even if, on the Mac, that name has been eclipsed, the iTunes brand still exists, and iTunes is one of the reasons that Apple is such a strong services company. We also look at some new AppleScript malware, how some millionaires are losing Bitcoin because they forgot their passwords, and discuss "brushing," a new semi-scam where people received Amazon deliveries they never ordered. Show Notes: macOS malware used run-only AppleScripts to avoid detection for five years How to Uninstall Flash Player Lost Passwords Lock Millionaires Out of Their Bitcoin Fortunes Mysterious Packages Showing Up on Doorsteps How to Spot Fake Product Reviews Getting unordered seeds and stuff in the mail? iTunes at 20: How One App Changed Apple’s Course Intego Mac Premium Bundle X9 is the ultimate protection and utility suite for your Mac. Download a free trial now at intego.com, and use this link for a special discount when you're ready to buy.

The Irish Tech News Podcast
How we can support Irish bees, Nicole Cox, Siemens sustainability and DCs for bees initiative

The Irish Tech News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2020 21:50


Interesting conversation with Nicole Cox, who has been working to help promote awareness and support for Irish bees as part of her work at Siemens Ireland. Nicole also shared more information about how to find out more about bees and what can be done to help them. Here are the links for DC for Bees and the National BioDiversity Data Centre which have been particularly helpful. https://www.hostinireland.com/dc-s-for-bees https://pollinators.ie/resources/ To clarify two points – It is the red-tailed bumblebee which I am particularly fond of (I said red-bottomed by accident). Also rather than 10% of solitary bees, the number likely to use bee hotels/nest boxes is actually approximated to be 10 of the 77 native solitary bee species. As for Nature on our Doorsteps, copies were still available for sale at the Tallaght Library as of September and I've personally found it to be highly informative. https://www.echo.ie/show/article/nature-on-our-doorsteps-book-launch Nicole Cox is a volunteer beekeeper and DC (Data Centre) for Bees Ambassador on behalf of Siemens Ltd., Dublin. A smart meter data management consultant with Siemens Advanta since 2014, she has joined the Siemens Ltd. Sustainability group after moving to Dublin in June 2020. Sustainability is one of the key pillars of the overall Zero Harm Culture at Siemens Ltd. which seeks to grow initiatives such as personal wellbeing, health and safety, thinking green, and giving back to the community. As a partner with Host in Ireland, the overall goal of DC for Bees and Siemens' Sustainability group is to raise awareness of the importance of Irish pollinators and encourage changes to support the local ecosystem on a corporate and individual level. More about DCs for Bees Why Are We Doing This? As well as helping fight one of the greatest threats not only to bees but to the entire planet there are numerous benefits to coming together as an industry for this initiative: Snowball effect: Act as an exemplar for other industries to follow suit and make a real difference ​Community with a common purpose: Bring an industry together in a way that has never been done before Awareness: Reach a far wider audience than the Native Woodland Trust or the National Biodiversity Data Centre could do alone ​​Meaningful Action: Help businesses to create and supplement a meaningful CSR programme Go global: This programme can act as a blueprint for our members' businesses to make an even bigger impact within their global offices Do the right thing right: People in the industry want to make a difference but it's not always clear how to go about it in a way that doesn't create unintended consequences. By working with the Native Woodland Trust and the National Biodiversity Data Centre we can do our very best to ensure the actions we take are the right ones and as impactful as possible.”

Global Impact
S2 E6: Conflict on the Doorsteps of Europe & Asia; A Second Wave of Covid-19; Election 2020

Global Impact

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2020 32:43


A remote, landlocked and mountainous piece of land in the South Caucuses is drawing a lot of attention - and firepower - as two former Soviet republics with Russia Turkey and others in the mix battle it out. The battle between Azerbaijan and Armenia over Nagorno-Karabakh threaten stability in the region. We also go over the latest Covid-19 data: has the dreaded second wave already arrived in some parts of the world? And countdown to the contentious November election in the United States - we take you deep into Trump country in Iowa. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/michael-bociurkiw/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-bociurkiw/support

Doorsteps
The State of Housing in Ohio

Doorsteps

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2020 18:26


Housing is connected to many aspects of everyday life. For many, housing is a large portion of their monthly budget. Where you live impacts your access to healthcare, transportation, quality of education, and more. Yet, in Ohio, there is a shortage of housing across the state, racial inequality in rentership and homeownership, and an aging housing stock. Those are just a few key trends found in this year’s Housing Needs Assessment (https://ohiohome.org/hna-20/executivesummary-hna.aspx) . In the latest episode of the Doorsteps podcast, Dr. Cody Price is joined by his colleague, Devin Keithley, OHFA’s Data Quality Assurance Coordinator. Devin shares housing trends and challenges, changes to the HNA and critical data, including the addition of a COVID-19 section.

The Good Night Show with Daniel Van Kirk
Friday, 7.24.20 | Positive Stories | Paying it forward at Taco Sombrero, Shaq lends a big hand, wine fairies, & more

The Good Night Show with Daniel Van Kirk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2020 24:26


In this episode we cover: paying it forward at Taco Sombrero in Gulfport, Shaq pitching in to help stranded Florida driver, a 6-Year-Old Boy who Risked His Own Life To Protect Little Sister From Dog Attack, Anonymous Wine Fairies Across the Country Are Leaving Wine on People's Doorsteps, this week's riddle, Dan & Noah's positive stories of the week, and more! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thegoodnightshow/support

CNET First Look (HD)
Impossible Burger arrives on doorsteps for the first time

CNET First Look (HD)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2020


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Impossible Burger arrives on doorsteps for the first time

All CNET Video Podcasts (HD)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2020


Online sales and home delivery start at $50.

FLAT CHAT
Podcast 75 – The future is right on our doorsteps

FLAT CHAT

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2020 43:58


We seem to be so caught up in the day-to-day of avoiding or dealing with the coronavirus, so it’s refreshing to know that some people are thinking of a future way beyond that. In this week’s podcast, Sue Williams revisits a story about an ambitious vision for a brand new city planned for the area near the new airport at Badgerys Creek. If the architects and planners have their way, it will be self-sustaining in energy and water and will even grow enough food to export to other areas. Is it a pipe dream?  The architects have been building communities in the deserts of the Gulf states so they know a bit about making the most of a hostile environment. But, asks Jimmy, how does that stack up against the cheap, cheerless and quick-fix options favoured by our politicians? Owners unite ... by Zoom Also in this podcast, we talk to Karen Stiles, the energetic executive officer of the Owners Corporation Network about how that key organisation is coping with the challenge of building a community of communities when coronavirus is trying to keep us all at home. The answer lies in technology, she says, and to prove it, they had a very successful seminar on how to keep the short-term letting wolves from the door, which OCN members (exclusively) can now download from their website. It was also Karen who inspired the name of this week’s podcast – wolves and mung beans, but you’ll have to listen to discover how (and we don't mean the coyotes in California that Sue mentions). But seriously, over the past 18 years OCN has grown into a significant and well-respected organisation which has won itself a seat at the table when policy-makers are deciding the shape of our futures in strata. You’ll realise why when Karen outlines her vision for the future of this organisation. Forced out Then, Jimmy relates the alarming tale of a woman who discovered there were 10 apartments in her building that had been let, short term, to people self-isolating after having been found to be at risk from coronavirus. Health experts advised her to get out of the apartment block for her own safety’s sake.  But it raises the question – who thinks the best way to isolate is to go into an apartment block where hundreds of people live (apart from the parasites and predators of the short-term letting industry)? And Sue’s “Hey Martha” is all about an old Temperance Hall, converted into luxury apartments … with a wine cellar. Listen here If you haven’t already done so you can subscribe to this podcast, completely free, on Apple podcasts, Google podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher or your favourite podcatcher. If the link doesn’t take you straight there, just search for Flat Chat Wrap, click on subscribe, and you’ll get this podcast every week without even trying. Oh, and give us a rating or review … it all helps to keep us going.

POWER MORNINGS
Philly wins air conditioning battle, wine ninjas invade doorsteps & another edition of Lyrical Story Time...

POWER MORNINGS

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2020 30:02


1 Girl Revolution
68: On the Doorsteps of Heroes: Dropping Off Gratitude, Love, and Treats

1 Girl Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2020 46:16


Adrienne Gallagher is a wife, mother, entrepreneur, and she’s the founder of Doorstep Drop, a nomination style gift shop that is spreading joy and delivering FREE gift boxes to our healthcare heroes. When the covid-19 pandemic struck the U.S., Adrienne decided to launch a project called Doorstep Drop and to deliver boxes of gratitude, love, and treats to our healthcare heroes during this difficult time. She’s an amazing woman with an inspiring story. You don’t want to miss this powerful episode! http://1girlrevolution.com/adrienne/ 

Sermon Podcast
Sermon: Palm Sunday 2020

Sermon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2020


"The Cry from our Doorsteps" by The Rev. Dr. Joseph Novak on Palm Sunday, 2020

Doorsteps
No Community Reinvestment Act, No Community Development: Proposed Changes to the CRA

Doorsteps

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2020 21:45


In the 1930s, redlining took over the American lending system: bankers picked lending-free areas (largely based on race) and drew virtual lines around neighborhood maps. Today, the practice is considered discriminatory because it predominantly impacted poor, black neighborhoods. Due to lack of investment, neighborhoods saw little economic growth, and in many cases, remain impoverished. This practice continued through the 1970s, until the Community Reinvestment Act (https://occ.gov/topics/consumers-and-communities/cra/index-cra.html) passed in 1977. Over the last four decades, the CRA has led to fair and equitable access to capital in disenfranchised areas throughout the country by encouraging banks to serve their local communities. Of the 25 largest banks in the U.S., annual community investment averaged $35 billion dollars. Since the inception of CRA, total investment is about $2 trillion dollars. In December 2019, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency proposed reforms (https://occ.gov/topics/consumers-and-communities/cra/summary-of-cra-proposed-rule.pdf) to the CRA in an attempt to modernize practices. These reforms have since been widely criticized for attempting to weaken the impact of the CRA. In this episode of the Doorsteps podcast, Dr. Cody Price talks with Nate Coffman, executive director of the Ohio CDC Association (https://www.ohiocdc.org/) , a non-profit trade association for community development corporations that work to revitalize rural and urban communities. Nate shares the history and impact of the CRA, a breakdown of the proposed reforms, and how to submit public comment (https://ncrc.org/treasureCRA/) by the April 8 deadline. For more from the Office of Housing Policy, visit our website (https://ohiohome.org/research/default.aspx) and follow us on Twitter @ohiodoorsteps (https://twitter.com/ohiodoorsteps) .

Doorsteps
Closing the Gap on Housing and Transportation

Doorsteps

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2020 22:41


For residents across the country, there is a direct connection between housing and transportation, and both have immense impact on how we live our lives. For most households, especially low-income, transportation is the second largest expense after housing. Limited transportation impacts access to good jobs, healthy food, doctor appointments, school and other resources important for success. Developers and community partners are in a position to close the gap between where people live and where they need to go. Properties like Aspen Place (https://ohiohome.org/ppd/featured/aspenplace.aspx) are a prime example of how developers can work with their communities’ transportation system to give residents access and help their communities thrive. In this episode of the Doorsteps podcast, Dr. Cody Price talks with Dr. Alison Goebel on transportation issues and solutions in Ohio. As Director of the Greater Ohio Policy Center (https://www.greaterohio.org/) , Dr. Goebel and her organization use research and policy for improving Ohio’s communities.  For more from the Office of Housing Policy, visit our website (http://ohiohome.org/research/default.aspx) and follow us on Twitter @ohiodoorsteps (https://twitter.com/ohiodoorsteps) .

From Alpha To Omega
#107 Corbyn Crumbles

From Alpha To Omega

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2020 74:33


This week my friend James returns to the show to talk about his experience of being a Labour member, Momentum canvasser, and radical marxist during the election. We also discuss our opinions on the fallout from the election, what were the strategic and tactical failings, and a return to Marx’s critique of politics. The articles mentioned are: The Ipsos Data: https://www.ipsos.com/sites/default/files/ct/news/documents/2019-12/general-election-2019-poll-aggregate-v8.pdf The Ashcroft Data: https://lordashcroftpolls.com/2019/12/how-britain-voted-and-why-my-2019-general-election-post-vote-poll/ The Datapraxis Data: https://www.dataprax.is/tory-landslide-progressives-split LSE Media Analysis: https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/politicsandpolicy/bbc-election-night-and-systemic-media-bias/ Loughborough University Centre for Research in Communication & Culture Reports: https://www.lboro.ac.uk/news-events/general-election/ These two journal articles, both published before the election, are helpful in terms of analysing the longer term sociological and class factors at play and contextualising what happened in the so-called ‘Red Wall’ seats: Brexit and the working class on Teesside: Moving beyond reductionism - Luke Telford, Jonathan Wistow: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0309816819873310 The class politics of prejudice: Brexit and the land of no‐hope and glory - Mckenzie: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/1468-4446.12329 Edmund Griffiths in three parts - very good stuff: http://www.edmundgriffiths.com/greatleap.html http://www.edmundgriffiths.com/brexitwqwa.html http://www.edmundgriffiths.com/notmentioningwar.html Boffy in three parts - as ever - some keen insights: https://boffyblog.blogspot.com/2019/12/why-labour-lost.html https://boffyblog.blogspot.com/2019/12/healing-no-hope-part-1-of-2.html https://boffyblog.blogspot.com/2019/12/healing-no-hope-part-2-of-2.html The Lewis Baston piece that nuances the narrativised ‘Red Wall’: https://thecritic.co.uk/the-myth-of-the-red-wall/ Interesting analysis from Callum Cant: https://notesfrombelow.org/article/understanding-our-defeat Adam Ramsey in Open Democracy with a good overview: https://www.opendemocracy.net/en/opendemocracyuk/dont-blame-corbyn-or-brexit-labour-failed-to-fight-our-broken-politics/ Useful Graund piece from Aditya Chakrabortty: https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/dec/14/labour-meltdown-decades-govern-votes Chakrabortty also discussed many of the issues he highlights in his Graund piece at length just prior to the election with the comrades at Desolation Radio: https://soundcloud.com/desolationradio/assessing-corbynism-with-aditya-chakrabortty-chakrabortty Useful reflections from the Doorsteps of Bridgend, a seat that fell: https://medium.com/@DrDanEvans/reflections-from-the-doorstep-e4337513d909 Tietze on his anti-pol beat, as usual - some very perceptive stuff: https://left-flank.org/2019/12/13/anti-politics-the-last-gasp-of-british-labourism/ One of the clearest, most concise, and persuasive pieces articulating this position from Paul O’Connell: https://morningstaronline.co.uk/article/b/why-we-lost-how-we-win Phil BC on the working class politics of Brexit: http://averypublicsociologist.blogspot.com/2019/12/the-working-class-politics-of-brexit.html Andy Beckett trying to positive spin it in the long view: https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/dec/19/left-labour-michael-foot-tony-blair

Doorsteps
Tricks and Treats of Historic Rehab

Doorsteps

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2019 30:58


Every community has one: the old, creepy, abandoned building. Maybe it’s a big mansion at the end of a dead-end road. Maybe it’s the old schoolhouse, with windows busted out and vines creeping up the crumbling brick walls. The real scary thing it isn’t their creaking floors or the wind whistling through the holes in the walls. It’s that these buildings, once staples of lively communities often lie in decay, waiting…until they’re demolished. With them, their unique architectural features and years of town memories, wiped away with a single wrecking ball.   But these old buildings don’t have to be scary, or come to a chilling end. Through historic rehabilitation, these architectural gems with their antique and aged features can be preserved and brought to new life. OHFA properties like Nelsonville Commons (https://ohiohome.org/ppd/featured/nelsonvillecommons.aspx) and Lima Trust Building are historic preservation projects, once abandoned and decaying, now provide affordable housing for individuals and families, bring new life to the buildings and are staples of their communities once again.   In our special Halloween episode of the Doorsteps podcast, OHFA’s Samantha Makoski and Dr. Cody Price are joined by Joe McCabe of Woda Cooper Companies (https://www.wodagroup.com/) . Joe shares some of the real treats and some nasty tricks of historical rehabilitation as well as some sweet federal (https://www.ohiohistory.org/preserve/state-historic-preservation-office/taxincentives/federal-tax-credit-landing-page-(1)) and state (https://development.ohio.gov/cs/cs_ohptc.htm) tax incentives that can make rehabilitation costs a little less scary. For more from the Office of Housing Policy, visit our website (http://ohiohome.org/research/default.aspx) and follow us on Twitter @ohiodoorsteps (https://twitter.com/ohiodoorsteps) .

Doorsteps
What to Expect When You're Expecting...to Buy a Home

Doorsteps

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2019 23:25


A common misconception about homeownership is that buyers need at least a 20% down payment to purchase a house. In the latest episode of Doorsteps, Dr. Cody Price speaks with Jon Duy, Real Estate Relations Manager in OHFA’s Office of Homeownership, who shares his expert insight into the homebuying process. How much do you really need for a down payment? What is the first step to buying a house? Do you qualify for down payment assistance? Jon answers these common questions and walks through some OHFA homebuyer programs that help make buying a house or condo easier.   For more from the Office of Housing Policy, visit our website (http://ohiohome.org/research/default.aspx) and follow us on Twitter @ohiodoorsteps (https://twitter.com/ohiodoorsteps) .   For more information on homeownership assistance through OHFA, visit http://www.myohiohome.org to find a lender and get started on the path to homeownership.

Weekly Weird News
TV Head Man Leaves 52 Old TVs on Doorsteps. WHY?

Weekly Weird News

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2019 37:35


Sponsored by ExpressVPN - Go to http://expressvpn.com/WEEKLYWEIRD and find out how you can get 3 months free with a 1 year package.   Sponsored by DoorDash - Get $5 off your first order of $15 or more when you download the DoorDash app and enter promo code WeeklyWeird.

Doorsteps
Investing in LIHTC Residents

Doorsteps

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2019 40:02


A safe, decent, and affordable home can help improve the economic mobility of a low-income resident. Coupling this with proper amenities and services can help bolster the resident’s success and economic security. In this episode of Doorsteps, Dr. Cody Price speaks with Julianna Stuart from Preservation of Affordable Housing (POAH), a non-profit developer, owner, and operator of more than 10,000 homes in 11 states and the District of Columbia, about how the organization invests in its residents through programs such as the Outcomes Initiative and Family Self-Sufficiency program. For more from the Office of Housing Policy, visit our website (http://ohiohome.org/research/default.aspx) and follow us on Twitter @ohiodoorsteps (https://twitter.com/ohiodoorsteps) . To learn more about housing needs in Ohio, click here (http://ohiohome.org/research/housingneeds.aspx) . For more information about POAH, visit their website (https://www.poah.org/) . The views and opinions expressed in Doorsteps are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily reflect those of the Ohio Housing Finance Agency. 

Doorsteps
National Housing Week of Action with COHHIO

Doorsteps

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2019 34:33


The National Housing Week of Action (#OurHomesOurVoices) is May 30 through June 5. Advocates will call attention to the need for increased investment in affordable housing by making the affordable rental housing shortage a national priority. In this episode of Doorsteps, Dr. Cody Price speaks with Bill Faith, Executive Director, and Marcus Roth, Director of Communications & Development, of Coalition on Homelessness and Housing in Ohio (COHHIO), a coalition of organizations and individuals committed to ending homelessness and promoting decent, safe, fair, affordable housing for all, to bring attention to affordable housing issues in Ohio.  For more from the Office of Housing Policy, visit our website (http://ohiohome.org/research/default.aspx) and follow us on Twitter @ohiodoorsteps (https://twitter.com/ohiodoorsteps) . To learn more about housing needs in Ohio, click here (http://ohiohome.org/news/documents/2019-HousingNeedsAssessment.pdf) . For more information about COHHIO, click here (https://cohhio.org/) . For more information about the National Housing Week of Action, click here (https://www.ourhomes-ourvoices.org/) . The views and opinions expressed in Doorsteps are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily reflect those of the Ohio Housing Finance Agency.

Eddie Mair
If you were out campaigning for the local elections, what were people really saying on the doorsteps?

Eddie Mair

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2019 88:56


If you were out campaigning for the local elections, what were people really saying on the doorsteps?

Doorsteps
Revitalizing Over-the-Rhine

Doorsteps

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2019 29:42


Over the past 30 years, community developers have transformed Over-the-Rhine, an historic neighborhood in Cincinnati, OH. In this episode of Doorsteps, Dr. Cody Price speaks with Bobby Maly, COO and Principal of the Model Group, a development and construction management company located in Cincinnati, Ohio, to learn about their role in revitalizing the neighborhood and how their efforts can help protect neighborhood residents and be replicated to other neighborhoods. For more from the Office of Housing Policy, [visit our website](http://ohiohome.org/research/default.aspx) and follow us on Twitter [@ohiodoorsteps](https://twitter.com/ohiodoorsteps). To learn more about housing needs in Ohio, [click here](http://ohiohome.org/news/documents/2019-HousingNeedsAssessment.pdf). For more information about the Model Group, [click here](http://www.modelgroup.net/). The views and opinions expressed in Doorsteps are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily reflect those of the Ohio Housing Finance Agency.

Family Law Talk with Stange Law Firm, PC
Missouri equal parenting bill moving forward

Family Law Talk with Stange Law Firm, PC

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2019 12:00


An equal parenting bill is moving forward in the Missouri Senate.  It is known as SB14.  A previous version of this bill passed the Missouri House of Representatives last year by a vote of 137-7.  It was known as HB1667 at that time. Nobody knows for sure whether this bill will become law.  But it seems to stand a good chance given how it passed the Missouri House of Representatives last year by a sweeing margin and now is being perfected for a vote in the Missouri Senate.  It would also mark a big change in Missouri custody litigation because it would create a rebuttable presumption that fifty-fifty custody should be entered in every case in Missouri.  To find out more, you can call us at 855-805-0595 or by reading about our custody lawyers online.  This podcast is based on an article titled: Missouri Equal Parenting Bill (HB1667) on the Doorsteps.  

Doorsteps
Transforming Community through Public Art

Doorsteps

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2019 20:14


Public art has long been recognized as a tool to connect people with places. In this episode of Doorsteps, Dr. Cody Price speaks with David Wilson from LAND Studio, a non-profit organization in Cleveland whose vision is to "make Cleveland a city filled with vibrant, textured places that unite, inspire, and enrich its people," about the importance of public art, and how it can have a positive effect in the community. For more from the Office of Housing Policy, [visit our website](http://ohiohome.org/research/default.aspx) and follow us on Twitter [@ohiodoorsteps](https://twitter.com/ohiodoorsteps). To learn more about housing needs in Ohio, [click here](http://ohiohome.org/news/documents/2019-HousingNeedsAssessment.pdf). For more information about LAND Studio, [visit their website](https://www.land-studio.org/).

Doorsteps
Housing and the Opioid Epidemic in Ohio

Doorsteps

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2019 59:57


Ohio is one of the states with the highest opioid related deaths, with over 3,600 deaths in 2016 (National Institute on Drug Abuse). While drug addiction certainly affects the health of the user, opioid abuse can also have harmful impacts on families and communities. Adequate and affordable housing plays a role in off-setting these impacts, by providing a safe and stable place to recover and heal for individuals, and at times, their families. In this episode of Doorsteps, Dr. Cody Price speaks with Jennifer Walters from Fairfield Homes, Inc., Andrea Boxill from the State of Ohio Governor's Opiate Action Team, and Maura Klein of Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services about recovery and affordable housing for people with opioid addiction and the stigma that surrounds it. For more from the Office of Housing Policy, [visit our website](http://ohiohome.org/research/default.aspx) and follow us on Twitter [@ohiodoorsteps](https://twitter.com/ohiodoorsteps). To learn more about housing needs in Ohio, [click here](http://ohiohome.org/news/documents/2019-HousingNeedsAssessment.pdf). For more information about Fairfield Homes, Inc., [click here](https://www.fairfieldhomesohio.com/). For more information on the Governor’s Opioid Task Force, [click here](https://fightingopiateabuse.ohio.gov/). For more information on Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services, [click here](https://mha.ohio.gov/).

Doorsteps
Why Ohio’s LGBTQ Youth Are Vulnerable to Homelessness

Doorsteps

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2018 31:47


According to the Williams Institute, 40 percent of homeless youth identify as LGBTQ. What issues are these youth facing that make them particularly vulnerable to homelessness? On this episode of Doorsteps, Dr. Cody Price speaks to Erin Upchurch, Executive Director of the Kaleidoscope Youth Center in Columbus, Ohio. Kaleidoscope is the only organization in Ohio solely dedicated to supporting LGBTQ youth and their allies. For more from the Office of Housing Policy, [visit our website](http://ohiohome.org/research/default.aspx) and follow us on Twitter [@ohiodoorsteps](https://twitter.com/ohiodoorsteps). To learn more about housing needs in Ohio, [click here](http://ohiohome.org/news/documents/2019-HousingNeedsAssessment.pdf).  For more information on the Kaleidoscope Youth Center and their services, [visit their website](http://www.kycohio.org/).    The views and opinions expressed in Doorsteps are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily reflect those of the Ohio Housing Finance Agency.

Doorsteps
Homes That Work for Working Families

Doorsteps

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2018 36:38


The state of Ohio needs housing that is suited to the needs of working families. When developing housing, how can organizations help families improve their lives while also providing safe, stable and affordable homes? This episode, Dr. Cody Price speaks to Bruce Leucke, President and CEO of Homeport, about affordable housing, lease-purchase homes, NIMBYism and resident services. For more from the Office of Housing Policy, [visit our website](http://ohiohome.org/research/default.aspx) and follow us on Twitter [@ohiodoorsteps](http://www.twitter.com/ohiodoorsteps). To learn more about housing needs in Ohio, [click here](http://ohiohome.org/news/documents/2019-HousingNeedsAssessment.pdf). For more information on Homeport and their services, [visit their website.](https://www.homeportohio.org/) The views and opinions expressed in Doorsteps are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily reflect those of the Ohio Housing Finance Agency.

Doorsteps
Evicted: Tenants’ Rights and Unsafe Housing

Doorsteps

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2018 21:00


Housing stock for low-income residents is aging, and housing conditions show it, from lead-based paint to poor heating systems and more. This poor-quality housing often leads to eviction, housing code violations and other hazards. How can residents avoid eviction and find a safe place to call home? On this special part-two episode, Dr. Cody Price speaks with Melissa Benson and Ben Horne from the Legal Aid Society of Columbus about housing conditions in Ohio and how tenants can avoid eviction. For more from the Office of Housing Policy, [visit our website](http://ohiohome.org/research/default.aspx) and follow us on Twitter [@ohiodoorsteps](https://twitter.com/ohiodoorsteps). To learn more about housing needs in Ohio, [click here](http://ohiohome.org/news/documents/2019-HousingNeedsAssessment.pdf). For more information on eviction in the United States, visit the Eviction Lab’s [website](www.evictionlab.org). Contact the [Legal Aid Society of Columbus](https://www.columbuslegalaid.org/) by calling 614-241-2001 or visiting their website. You can also find them on Twitter [@LASColumbus](https://twitter.com/LASColumbus). The views and opinions expressed in Doorsteps are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily reflect those of the Ohio Housing Finance Agency.

Most Mogul Podcast
Interview With Akshay Ruparelia - Becoming Britain's Youngest Millionaire At DoorSteps.co.uk

Most Mogul Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2018 27:26


Listen as Russ Turner gets up close and personal with Britain's Youngest Millionaire - Akshay Ruparelia Akshay shares his tips and advice on launching a startup as well as his journey from a young age to now. Want More interviews go to Mostmogul.com

Doorsteps
Evicted: No Place to Call Home

Doorsteps

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2018 26:56


In 2016, over 100,000 evictions were filed in Ohio alone. This week, Dr. Cody Price talks with Melissa Benson and Ben Horne from the Legal Aid Society of Columbus to discuss eviction, homelessness and rising rent costs in Ohio. What is at the root of this housing instability, and how do we tackle these issues in a cost-effective and humane way? For more from the Office of Housing Policy, [visit our website](http://ohiohome.org/research/default.aspx) and follow us on Twitter [@ohiodoorsteps](https://twitter.com/ohiodoorsteps). To learn more about housing needs in Ohio, [click here](http://ohiohome.org/news/documents/2019-HousingNeedsAssessment.pdf). For more information on eviction in the United States, visit the Eviction Lab’s [website](www.evictionlab.org).  Contact the [Legal Aid Society of Columbus](https://www.columbuslegalaid.org/) by calling 614-241-2001 or visiting their website. You can also find them on Twitter [@LASColumbus](https://twitter.com/LASColumbus). The views and opinions expressed in Doorsteps are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily reflect those of the Ohio Housing Finance Agency.

Doorsteps
The Senior Tsunami

Doorsteps

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2018 27:37


Nearly 1.8 million Ohioans are aged 65 or older. By 2040, seniors over 65 will make up 24 percent of the population. The “senior tsunami” is coming, but will there be enough housing for them? Michelle Norris from [National Church Residences](http://www.nationalchurchresidences.org/#/home) joins us for this special “part two” episode to answer that question. To read the full Housing Needs Assessment mentioned in this episode, [click here](http://ohiohome.org/news/documents/2019-HousingNeedsAssessment.pdf). For more from the Office of Housing Policy, [visit our website](http://ohiohome.org/research/default.aspx) and follow us on Twitter [@ohiodoorsteps](https://twitter.com/ohiodoorsteps). The views and opinions expressed in Doorsteps are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily reflect those of the Ohio Housing Finance Agency.

Doorsteps
The Myths of Affordable Housing

Doorsteps

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2018 30:37


Welcome to Doorsteps! This episode, Dr. Cody Price speaks with Michelle Norris from National Church Residences about the myths surrounding affordable housing and how to overcome them. For more from the Office of Housing Policy, [visit our website](http://ohiohome.org/research/default.aspx) and follow us on Twitter [@ohiodoorsteps](https://twitter.com/ohiodoorsteps). The views and opinions expressed in Doorsteps are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily reflect those of the Ohio Housing Finance Agency.

Doorsteps
Welcome to Doorsteps

Doorsteps

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2018 1:26


Welcome to Doorsteps, a podcast from the Ohio Housing Finance Agency’s (OHFA) Office of Housing Policy. Join Dr. Cody Price as he discusses housing in the state of Ohio and the daily challenges Ohioans face at home.

The Bottom Line
Teenage Business Entrepreneurs

The Bottom Line

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2018 28:09


As children few of us have had experience of running a business. But this week we'll be hearing from four teenage entrepreneurs who have been honing their business skills in one case, since the age of 6. Evan Davis hears their stories. GUESTS Kate and Annie Madden, Co-founders, FenuHealth Henry Patterson, Founder and Director, Not Before Tea Rebecca Patterson, Not Before Tea Akshay Ruparelia, Founder and CEO, Doorsteps.co.uk.

Tiddlywinks With Strangers
Doughnuts On Doorsteps

Tiddlywinks With Strangers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2017 51:29


That’s right bitches. It’s another mid-week surprise Wednesdeey Winks. Oops I did it again and delivered another jelly filled delicious episode of the Winks. Grab a cold glass of milk and settle in.

(URR NYC) Underground Railroad Radio NYC
"Red Cross Was Stealing from Church Doorsteps to Redistribute or Sell Item"

(URR NYC) Underground Railroad Radio NYC

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2017


Industry Relations with Rob Hahn and Greg Robertson
Industry Relations EP007:  Greg Fischer Takes Us Back to the Future with NYC Brokers vs. Zillow

Industry Relations with Rob Hahn and Greg Robertson

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2017 43:00


Industry Relations EP007  Greg Fischer Takes Us Back to the Future with NYC Brokers vs. Zillow   We’re feeling a little déjà vu at Industry Relations as controversy brews between Zillow and brokers in NYC. Everything old is new again with the launch of the premier agent feature on leading real estate marketplace StreetEasy. For the last ten years, agents across the country have dealt with syndication – and it seems New York real estate’s time has come. Today’s guest, Greg Fischer, serves as principal broker at Fred Real Estate Group in Bend, Oregon, and author of the blog Next in Housing. His unique background also includes work in the tech industry with real estate software companies Move, Inc. in San Francisco and Doorsteps in New York City. This makes him uniquely qualified to discuss the bruhaha as NYC brokers decide whether to pay the Zillow tax or boycott it. **Audio alert.  Robertson's audio track has an echo effect that we couldn't get rid of in post.  But Fischer and Rob audio (which handle the majority of the discussion) sounds great.***   What’s Discussed:  How NYC brokers reacted to the premier agent feature on StreetEasy How StreetEasy GM Susan Daimler justified the change Home shoppers deserve the option to connect with agent who represents only them The explicit language used by the StreetEasy product to suggest a buyer agent Why NYC should seek the counsel of brokerages around the country who have dealt with syndication How Manhattan real estate does business differently Listing agents are used to owning all buyer leads REBNY’s request for an investigation into the legality of advertising an exclusive listing The potential to create an MLS in NYC Change in compensation model Dominance of top ten listing brokers Legal ramifications of only sharing data feed with REBNY The differences among IDX, VOW and StreetEasy’s premier agent The danger of dual agency Fischer’s take on leads generated via third-party websites Inquiries rarely lead to sales The evolution of Zillow’s playbook on generating revenue Why brokerages need to get savvy on how ad tech works The value of agents as local experts Compass CEO Robert Reffkin’s concession to Zillow   Resources:   Greg Fischer’s Premier Agent Blog Post The Real Deal’s Premier Agent Article The Real Deal’s Premier Agent Video Vendor Alley Job Board   Connect with Greg Fischer: Blog Twitter

SplunkTalk Podcast
SplunkTalk - #3 - Kitties on Doorsteps

SplunkTalk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2016 31:32


SplunkTalk - #3 - Kitties on Doorsteps by Splunk

Content Smarts Radio
Calculating the Lifetime Value of A Real Estate Customer

Content Smarts Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2015


A lot of the industry is focused on transaction ready consumers. And that makes sense. Invest in lead-buy programs that can yield results and pay for the bills now.  But one company has always been really interested in how people actually get to that phase in the first place. That company is Doorsteps. Join me as […]

Bulletproof Radio
#97 Biohacking Your Impact with Anese Cavanaugh

Bulletproof Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2014 54:53


When was the last time you were consciously aware of how others perceive you in the world? Take a second and consider how biohacking your impact can improve performance. It’s not all tie-die and patchouli (although we love tie-die and patchouli), this stuff is based in science and it works. IEP Method creator, Anese Cavanaugh, comes on Bulletproof Radio to talk intentional energetic presence, and why not to be a professional bummer. You’ll discover the science behind IEP and how to boost your energetic presence. You’ll also learn why a great reason for having good hygiene. Dig in and be present!     Anese Cavanaugh is a mom, entrepreneur, writer, speaker, and all-around leadership and collaboration expert. She is the creator of the IEP Method and Craft Impact Program. Anese is considered a trusted advisor, teacher, and thinking partner to some of today’s most savvy business leaders and organizations like IDEO, Cooper, Chevron, IBM, Doorsteps, Citicorp, and others. Anese has been seen in Shape Magazine, Prevention Magazine, the Miami Herald, Western Suburban, TNG, Leadership Digital, Inc Small Giants, and on stages across the country. She swears by self-care, purpose, and impact; is obsessed with Bikram Yoga, cross training, and Bulletproof Coffee; delights in partnership and being a mom to 2, and currently splits her time between San Francisco, New York City, and Sacramento. You can tweet her at @anesecavanaugh.

Bulletproof Radio
#97 Biohacking Your Impact with Anese Cavanaugh

Bulletproof Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2014 54:53


When was the last time you were consciously aware of how others perceive you in the world? Take a second and consider how biohacking your impact can improve performance. It’s not all tie-die and patchouli (although we love tie-die and patchouli), this stuff is based in science and it works. IEP Method creator, Anese Cavanaugh, comes on Bulletproof Radio to talk intentional energetic presence, and why not to be a professional bummer. You’ll discover the science behind IEP and how to boost your energetic presence. You’ll also learn why a great reason for having good hygiene. Dig in and be present!     Anese Cavanaugh is a mom, entrepreneur, writer, speaker, and all-around leadership and collaboration expert. She is the creator of the IEP Method and Craft Impact Program. Anese is considered a trusted advisor, teacher, and thinking partner to some of today’s most savvy business leaders and organizations like IDEO, Cooper, Chevron, IBM, Doorsteps, Citicorp, and others. Anese has been seen in Shape Magazine, Prevention Magazine, the Miami Herald, Western Suburban, TNG, Leadership Digital, Inc Small Giants, and on stages across the country. She swears by self-care, purpose, and impact; is obsessed with Bikram Yoga, cross training, and Bulletproof Coffee; delights in partnership and being a mom to 2, and currently splits her time between San Francisco, New York City, and Sacramento. You can tweet her at @anesecavanaugh.

Focus on Global Medicine
Taking TB Treatment to India's Doorsteps: Progress from Operation ASHA

Focus on Global Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2012


Guest: Shelly Batra, MD Host: Maurice Pickard, MD Multidrug Resistant (MDR) Tuberculosis is a growing public health epidemic in India. The non-profit organization Operation ASHA has expanded its role considerably over the past few years to stem this tide of TB transmission within both the poorest and the most prosperous communities, bringing innovative treatment protocols right to the patients' doorsteps. Dr. Shelly Batra, president of Operation ASHA, discusses the progress being made in this increasingly global public health campaign. Hosted by Dr. Maurice Pickard.

Bay Area Real Estate Insights | Tech Realtor Spencer Hsu

Welcome to my new PropTech Talk Thursday series to take a look and provide my candid thoughts on new Proptech businesses. These could range from products to companies leveraging technology to improve all facets of real estate. The Real Estate industry is one of the slowest to adopt technology but there are many opportunities along with money chasing these opportunities. Have you ever dealt with the hassle of renting out a property and wished there was a one stop shop to manage the entire process? Let me introduce you to Cozy. Founded in 2012 in Portland Oregon, Cozy has raised a total of $18.4M and was acquired by CoStar group in 2018 for $68M.They are an online property management service designed for landlords and renters to handle processes like rent payments, rental applications, tenant screening, and property advertising helping small and medium landlords and renters to facilitate both sides smoothly. So how does it work? For landlords, their platform allows you to list your property and collect applications all in one spot. The listings you post on Cozy.co are syndicated with Realtor.com and Doorsteps.com. Applicants are able to directly apply and purchase a background check and credit report through them for $40. When an agreement is reached, you are able to collect rent through their platform every month without any additional charges. Tenants can send payments for free with their checking accounts. They can also pay with a debit, credit, or prepaid card for a 2.75% transaction fee. You're able to manage the entire process all in one place. Now, they do face a lot of competition. I just recently leased a client's home as a landlord and just like marketing a home for sale, you want to get as much exposure as you possibly can. There are many options for consumers and landlords including Zillow, Craigslist, Facebook marketplace, Zumper, and/or the MLS. There is no centralized system like you will find for properties to buy and for sale. Summary: Nevertheless, Cozy is a great option to post and manage the process of finding the best tenant. You can always post in multiple platforms for a rental and then have the screening process through your favorite portal. Leave in the comments below if you have rented a property, and which site you used. Did you have a good experience? -- Want to talk about your real estate goals? Find a time on my calendar! Looking for a real estate agent in your city? I have a network of top producing agents around the country. Email me and I can put you in contact with an agent in your area. Spencer@SpencerHsu.com

Clover by COOLIDGE, Susan
I. A Talk on the Doorsteps

Clover by COOLIDGE, Susan

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 1970 18:43


Our Game Too
06 Final Frontiers and Doorsteps with Sanjiv Arora

Our Game Too

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 1970 44:24


OGT speaks to Sanjiv Arora formerly of ITV Sport, BEIN Sport and Fifa.Great anecdotes of his time at football's governing body and his grand plan to get Asians into the game at the highest levels.He was in the hall when THAT decision was made.Asians in football... we're getting there.

Clover by COOLIDGE, Susan
I. A Talk on the Doorsteps

Clover by COOLIDGE, Susan

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 1969 18:43