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This week we found out the very last movie you watched and how you rated it (Al copped Dennis the Menace and wasn't a fan) and on the run to the election this weekend, we caught up with our finance expert Effie Zahos for a more in depth look into both major parties home buying schemes. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Seven months after landing in St. Louis, nearly 600 Afghan refugees are living in permanent housing. But the International Institute has higher aims: to turn St. Louis into a destination for more Afghan refugees. CEO Arrey Obenson and Moji Sidiqi, who manages the Afghan Support Program, discuss what's on tap.
In this May 19, 2022 episode, Let Me Speak to the Governor guest host Lindsay Aerts is joined by Governor Spencer Cox remotely as he recovers from a coronavirus diagnosis. As Spring starts to turn into Summer listeners are worried about the impact of the continuing drought, they ask what is being done and what will be done to ease our water crisis. Utahns are worried about affording to live here, with Utah being one of the hottest spots for homebuyers in the nation we are experiencing a housing shortage and a steep rise in rent. And on lighter news, a listener asks for details on the new time capsule placed at the Utah State Capitol. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Abbreviated show today with former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Dr. Ben Carson and his important new book “Created Equal: The painful Past, Confusing Present, and Hopeful Future of Race in America.” Then Stigall continues his media tour discussing the squeaker in the PA Senate race between Oz and McCormick as radio colleague Todd Starnes in Memphis, Tennessee asks the most popular question of the week. What's going on in Pennsylvania?
The new budget is changing the rules for property price caps on two schemes to encourage first home buyers to invest. This comes as the boom in housing prices is wrapping up with experts predicting a dramatic drop over the next year. So does this mean the stars finally align for those previously locked out of the property market? [picture id="4LY2J8T_copyright_image_284327" crop="16x10" layout="full"] First Home Buyers Club director Lesley Harris spoke to Corin Dann.
Zach talks with Dre Thompson, CEO of the Tucson IDA about the launch of the new Essential Workers Housing Fund in Tucson. Then, Republican candidate for Governor Matt Salmon comes on to talk about housing, inflation, education spending, the Arizona budget surplus and what to do with it, and his Operation Copper Shield plan to address his concerns about border security.
We've been talking about a change in the market since FEB 2022 & it appears that the SHIFT is HERE! How FAST & FURIOUS will this be?? Mortgage rates have continued to rise, inflation is still going up, supply is still short, and ALL the markers are there for a SHIFT! We will also dive into the REX shutdown, Realogy rename, & NAR vs the entire world. Join us live!!
On today's episode, RealTrends Editorial Director Tracey Velt is joined by HousingWire Senior Real Estate Reporter Matthew Blake. They talk about some of the insights gained from Compass' recent first-quarter earnings amid reported losses and leadership shakeups. They also talk about the feasibility of prosecuting RESPA violations and give an update on discount brokerage REX's supposed shut down amid their litigation against the National Association of Realtors. Articles related to this episode:Compass CFO steps down following tough Q1Beach trips and other challenges of interpreting RESPAREX lays off most of its employees, sources sayREX closes brokerage, hires David Boies in Zillow lawsuitHousingWire Daily examines the most compelling articles reported across HW Media. Each afternoon, we provide our listeners with a deeper look into the stories coming across our newsrooms that are helping Move Markets Forward. Hosted by Sarah Wheeler and produced by Elissa Branch.
Owners of private residential properties here could be in for a perfect storm. According to a recent report, rising interest rates, growing inflationary pressures as well as an impending increase in the housing supply could create headwinds for homeowners relying on rental income and especially for those who are highly leveraged. To find out how this can be mitigated, Prime Time's Bharati Jagdish spoke with Nicholas Mak, Head of Research & Consultancy, ERA Real Estate. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Housing is a really important topic for a lot of retirees because, for many of us, it's the biggest asset we'll ever own or manage. We want to get that part of our financial equation correct, so it's no surprise it takes up a nice slice of the retirement planning conversation. On this episode, we'll cover some common housing questions from retirees and hopefully hit on an issue that might also be on your mind. What we discuss on this episode: 0:36 - How is David celebrating his upcoming birthday? 2:47 - Let's talk about your home. 4:30 - Interest rates are low(er) right now. 7:58 - Is it wise to downsize? 11:02 - Should you get a home equity line of credit? 14:25 - Is it a good idea to sign over your home to an heir? 17:30 - How is your home set up within an estate plan? 19:54 - Are reverse mortgages a good idea? Get additional financial resources here: https://www.coveryourassetskc.com/podcasts
Australia's unemployment rate has dropped to its lowest level since then - since 1974. Meanwhile abroad as stagflation makes investors feel jittery we've seen the shares on Wall Street record the biggest drop in almost two years. So what are the repercussions for here?
Unpacking Target's disappointing quarterly results. Housing starts and building permits dip. Plus, 60% of the world's lithium is refined in China. Host: Zoe Szathmary Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Hamilton Today Podcast with Scott Thompson Donna Summer passed away 10 years ago yesterday and Scott brings in Eric Alper to remember her impact on disco and the greater music scene as well as remembering the disco era and the outsized backlash of the time. A vigil will be held tonight out front of Hamilton City Hall to show support and remembrance for the victims of Russia's war in Ukraine. Scott speaks to Mary Holadyk, VP of Hamilton's Branch of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress. Housing affordability in Ontario is shot. A new report by Generation Squeeze found that with current home prices, a new homebuyer would have to work full-time for nearly 22 years to save up enough money for a 20 per cent down payment on a home — up from 15 years in late 2019. Barry Choi talks to Scott about the extensive wait times at Canadian airports, Elections Ontario gives Scott an update on advance polling for the provincial election, we get more on Finland and Sweden joining NATO and it is all coming up on the Hamilton Today Podcast. Guests: Ian Lee, Associate Professor with the Sprott School of Business at Carleton University. Paul Delaney, Professor Emeritus, Astronomy, York University, Toronto Eric Alper, Publicist and music commentator. Barry Choi, Personal Finance & Travel Expert. Aurel Braun, Professor of International Relations and a Senior Member of the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto. Colin D'Mello, Queen's Park Bureau Chief, Global News. Mary Holadyk is the vice president of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress -- Hamilton Branch Dr. Paul Kershaw, an associate professor at the University of British Columbia and the founder of Generation Squeeze. Jo Langham, Manger of Media & Public Engagement with Elections Ontario. Host - Scott Thompson Content Producer – William Erskine Technical/Podcast Producer - William Webber Podcast Co-Producer - Ben Straughan News Anchors – Diana Weeks, Dave Woodard Want to keep up with what happened in Hamilton Today? Subscribe to the podcast! https://omny.fm/shows/scott-thompson-show See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
INNERSIGHT FREEDOM, NURSING HOMES, CONVERT THEM INTO FULLY ACCESSIBLE HOUSING! SUZANNE TARAZI-FERRARO HOST FRANK PERINO CO-HOST INNERSIGHT MEANS FREEDOM ADVOCATES FOR THE DISABLED
Anthony Hoete is an entrepreneurial architect, developer, teacher and researcher, who has spent the last 30 years in Europe, mostly in the UK. In 2002 he set up WHATārchitecture, and then later his own development company, called Game of Architecture, developing a reputation as an award-winning and unconventional architect, with a passion for affordable housing. But after half his lifetime living in London, his turangawaewae has called him home. He returned to Aotearoa to take up the role of Professor of Architecture (Maori) at the University of Auckland, bringing with him his skills and vision. Now he's turning his attention to Maori and indigenous architectural projects and finding practical, affordable and sustainable housing solutions.
The Napier City Council has decided to keep its community housing, following several days of protests outside its offices. Many feared the council would sell its portfolio of nearly 400 homes for the disabled, elderly and low income earners, leaving the residents in the lurch. There's a catch - a rates hike and a rent increase are on their way. Hawke's Bay reporter Tom Kitchin has more.
Taranaki is enjoying is one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country but is also having to deal with sky rocketing rents. Like everywhere else in the country the rising cost of living is taking its toll. The latest six monthly economic snapshot from development agency Venture Taranaki shows rents have grown faster than anywhere else - up a whopping 18 percent. Taranaki reporter Robin Martin has been speaking to some of those feeling the pinch.
Macro: [HOUSING STARTS] U.S. Single-Family Starts Tumble; Construction Backlog at Record High - Reuters The report from the Commerce Department shows a record backlog of homes approved for construction but have yet to be started. Homebuilder sentiment falls to 2-year low on declining demand and rising costs. [POWELL VS. INFLATION] Powell Says Fed Has Resolve to Bring U.S. Inflation Down - WSJ Speaking of Inflation… U.K. Inflation Hits 40-Year High - WSJ Crypto: [CHINA CRYPTO MINING] China Reemerges as Top Mining Hub a Year After Blanket Ban - Blockworks [ROBINHOOD WALLET] Robinhood Plans ‘Web 3' Crypto Wallet for DeFi Traders, NFT Buyers - CoinDesk Business: [TARGET TUMBLES] Target Earnings Squeezed by Inflation and Fuel Costs - CNBC [LOWE'S SALES DECLINE] Lowe's Sales Decline as Demand Cools - CNBC [NETFLIX STAFF CUTS] Netflix Cuts About 150 Staffers in Another Round of Layoffs - WSJ Earnings: Today PM: Cisco, Bath & Body Works, Copart Tomorrow AM: Lightspeed, Kohl's, BJ's, Eagle Materials --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/acouplecents/message
Justin Winslow is the President of the Michigan Restaurant &Lodging Association and Executive Director, MRLA Educational Foundation. MRLA Releases Industry Operations Survey Data Indicating Persistent Labor, Supply Chain and Housing Issues
*Prompted by his own experience of living with depression and the escalating levels of depression and anxiety across the Western world, Johann Hari set out on a three-year investigation, interviewing experts and sufferers the world over. *He questions the conventional wisdom about depression – essentially that it's all in our heads, caused by an imbalance in our brain chemistry – and the efficacy of antidepressants. *Looking outside our heads, rather than within, Hari argues, we can identify an alternative source for the rise in mental-health issues: disconnection from truly rewarding work, from other people, from meaningful values to live by, and even from the natural world. *To improve our mental health, we need to seek connections – renewing links with others, finding fulfilling work, building better cultural values and tapping into our spiritual sides. *In short, better mental health is a society-wide effort, rather than a matter confined to doctor and patient. Theme 1: Effectiveness of Antidepressants - 0:29 Theme 2: The True Causes of Depression - 8:40 Theme 3: 7 Alternative Forms of Antidepressant - 20:08 Like what you hear? Be sure to like & subscribe to support this podcast! Also leave a comment and let us know your thoughts on the episode. You can also get a free weekly email about the Book Insight of the week. Subscribe at memod.com/insights Want quick save-able, share-able bullet points on this book? Check out the Memo: https://insights.memod.com/the-body-keeps-the-score HEAR THE FULL INTERVIEWS MENTIONED IN TODAYS' EPISODE HERE: YouTube. (2019). Johann Hari: The Antidote for Loneliness. [online] Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bC2Na1E3iVg. YouTube. (2019). Johann Hari: To Treat Depression, Provide Meaningful Work, Housing & a Basic Income, Not Just Drugs. [online] Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OdSFliBttQI. YouTube. (2019). Loneliness kills: How to fight depression with social support | Johann Hari. [online] Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hp-L844-5k8. Full Title: Lost Connections: Uncovering the Real Causes of Depression - and the Unexpected Solutions Year of Publication: 2018 Book Author: Johann Hari To purchase the complete edition of this book click here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B078HSDZSQ/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_GQWGNZTMKPAR7BJPF677 Book Insight Writer: Laura Gladwin Editor: Tom Butler-Bowdon Producer: Daniel Gonzalez Production Manager: Karin Richey Curator: Tom Butler-Bowden Narrator: Tom Evans
On this episode, Editor in Chief Sarah Wheeler talks with HW Media CEO Clayton Collins about how mortgage and real estate executives are dealing with this low-volume environment, from Anthony Hsieh at loanDepot to Bill Dallas, most recently at Finance of America. As host of the Housing News podcast, Clayton gets to dive deep into how executives are feeling and what practical steps they're taking.HW Media Articles related to this episode:Preparing for a mortgage market cycle with Anthony HsiehBlend: We plan to outperform the decline in origination volumeLessons from lenders' Q1 earnings amid epic volume drop
There's been a mixed reception from young people to the Coalition's scheme to allow them to tap their super to help buy their first home. A lot of young voters have cited concerns about the funds they'll have left in retirement. But what about those people who can't even afford to retire? Valerie Foley is one of them and she would like to use her superannuation to buy a home.
Nicole Gurran, Professor of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Sydney, spoke about the idea with Tom Elliott on Wednesday. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What is Housing First ? The Housing First policy was thought out to combat homelessness. It emerged in the 1990s, first trialled by New York not-for-profit organisation Pathways to Housing. After the turn of the century, it picked up further momentum, gradually going on to become part of government policy in the United States and then elsewhere. It has also been championed by the European Commission, which has set itself an ambitious target of eradicating homelessness by 2030. How does the model work? Are we saying it's worked well then? In under 3 minutes, we answer your questions ! To listen to the last episodes, you can click here : What is Extinction Rebellion ? What is Dawson's Creek? What is fluxus? A podcast written and realised by Joseph Chance. In partnership with upday UK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Downtown Toronto has a dense core of tall, glassy buildings along the waterfront of Lake Ontario. Outside of that, lots short single family homes sprawl out in every direction. Residents looking for something in between an expensive house and a condo in a tall, generic tower struggle to find places to live. There just aren't a lot of these mid-sized rental buildings in the city.And it's not just Toronto -- a similar architectural void can be found in many other North American cities, like Los Angeles, Seattle, Boston and Vancouver. And this is a big concern for urban planners -- so big, there's a term for it. The "missing middle." That moniker can be confusing, because it's not directly about middle class housing -- rather, it's about a specific range of building sizes and typologies, including: duplexes, triplexes, courtyard buildings, multi-story apartment complexes, the list goes on. Buildings like these have an outsized effect on cities, and cities without enough of these kinds of buildings often suffer from their absence.The Missing Middle
Housing affordability, cost of living, childcare and assistance to small business are just few of the key issues that should be addressed in Australia's regional areas this federal election. - Pabahay, mataas na gastusin sa pang-araw-araw, childcare at tulong sa maliit na negosyo - ilan lamang ang mga ito sa mga pangunahing isyu na inilahad ng mga miyembro ng komunidad Pilipinong nakatira sa regional Australia na dapat umanong bigyang pansin ngayong eleksyon.
Former US Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, and Author; Dr. Ben Carson, joins Todd to expand on his new book titled "Created Equal: The Painful Past, Confusing Present, and Hopeful Future of Race in America" out now online and in bookstores. Todd and Dr. Carson discuss the hypocrisy around race policy, and why he wrote the book. Tune in weekdays 3-6 PM EST on WTIC Newstalk 1080 ;or on the new Audacy app!
Miami-Dade's Mayor takes on housing and climate challenges. A preview of the upcoming hurricane season. And this month's Sundial Book Club pick takes us to Miami in the 80s with stories about drugs, disco and debauchery.
On this episode of “Gimme Shelter: The California Housing Crisis Podcast,” CalMatters' Manuela Tobias and the Los Angeles Times' Liam Dillon sit down with California Attorney General Rob Bonta to discuss his approach to housing.
My love and partner Laura joins me on the podcast this week to give exciting updates! In this podcast, you will hear more about: -What is MCS? -What is a container home and why are we interested? -The advantages of an all-metal home for empaths; -My first trip to the desert in California; -Laura's take on the whole situation, the odd see-through dome houses and tiny homes; -My Akashic Records readings on the land that we have looked at so far; -The benefits of using the Akashic Records to learn new things you have learned in previous lifetimes; -What me and Laura do with empathetic overwhelm; And so much more! We also have some fun relationship talk, like the differences in bougie levels of the LA County and Rochester County Fair (I love a butter sculpture!), which one of us is more “hardcore,”and able to live in the desert and what it means to look corporate. Akashic Records Readings with Adalina Get Guided Mastermind There is generally very little accuracy about Multiple Chemical Sensitivity and Environmental Illness online. I am including some of my favorite resources below. Thank you for being interested! Your support means so much me. Environmental Illness and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Environmental Illness Understanding Patients with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity
After graduating from Hampton University in 1990, Les Allen Jr. developed his business savvy by building several successful businesses, primarily through strategic partnerships. Les has over 27 years of experience in all aspects of housing and construction services. He has served as an Assistant Director of Housing for the City of Dallas. During his tenure there, close to $40M of infrastructure improvements, commercial, mixed-use, and affordable housing development took place Under his leadership The BlackStar Companies – a construction & energy services firm, has been recognized for the firm's Dedication, Commitment and Successes. Listen Now as we discuss, “3 Secrets To Becoming An Unstoppable Entrepreneur.” --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/30minutehour/support
On this episode, Editor in Chief Sarah Wheeler talks with reporter Connie Kim about the proposed acquisition of Black Knight by ICE and what Blend's earnings portends for the rest of the tech space. The two also discuss some of the recent tech launches and what might come next. HW Media Articles related to this episode:What will happen if ICE and Black Knight join forces?Blend: We plan to outperform the decline in origination volumeOptimal Blue hopes to hook mortgage brokers with real-time rate feature
Former Federal Housing Finance Agency Director Mark Calabria says the housing industry is poised for another meltdown, citing high delinquency rates, low supply and loosening credit standards. In an expansive and candid interview, the former GSE regulator predicts Fannie and Freddie will likely fail again despite his best efforts. He details what went wrong and why, and offers an inside take on the GSEs' relationship with their regulator.
This week, Trey sits down with neurosurgeon and former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Dr. Ben Carson as he provides a glimpse into his childhood and early adult life. Dr. Ben and Trey revel in the immeasurable value of education and Dr. Ben shares anecdotes from his forthcoming book Created Equal: The Painful Past, Confusing Present, and Hopeful Future of Race in America. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What do the major parties' housing policies really mean for affordable housing and those trying to own the roof over their head? There are alternative ways to get into the housing market, which several not-for-profits are championing.
It's potentially the biggest investment of your life - buying a house - so how do you know the real estate agent you're dealing with passes the sniff test. Well the Real Estate Authority is working on new guidelines for what makes a 'fit and proper' agent - and they're asking for your views. In the past year the Authority saw its highest ever number of licensees. But at the moment the 'fit and proper' requirement in the law that governs real estate agents is not actually defined. The authority's chief executive Belinda Moffat talks to Lisa Owen.
In the final days of an election campaign dominated by cost of living concerns, Scott Morrison has announced a plan to allow Australians to dip into their superannuation to buy their first homes. As voting day approaches, both major parties will argue you'll be better off financially if you vote for them. Today, the host of RN Breakfast, Patricia Karvelas, on who's campaigned best on cost of living concerns, and where what the parties are offering differs.
On this episode, Editor in Chief Sarah Wheeler talks with Lead Analyst Logan Mohtashami about why we're seeing strong purchase application data despite rising rates. The two also discuss housing inventory, demographics and why we should be glad we're not Canada — at least when it comes to home prices. HW Media articles related to this episode:Think US home prices are high? At least we aren't CanadaAlmost 45% of homeowners are now equity richMortgage applications rise despite higher rates
If you've tried to buy a house within the past two years, you know first hand how tough it's been. Inventory is scant, prices are sky-high and if you do find a diamond in the chaos, chances are you'll have to compete with other buyers to actually secure a winning bid. But now that mortgage rates are rising, are we seeing signs of a housing bubble? The Real Deal's Deconstruct chats with George Ratiu, an economist at Realtor.com and TRD reporter Kathryn Brenzel about how concerned buyers should really be. Credit: CNN
In episode 251, the girls are joined by the one and only CarolDee Ramos aka producer Becca's mom! Yes we finally got Becca's mom to grace us with her presence on our show. We talk about her upbringing, meeting Becca's father, her work as a teacher, and so much more! It's a lovely conversation! Support your teachers!! Show them love! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
With just one week until voting, Anthony Albanese joins Hack for a chat about the policies Labor are pushing this election. Plus, the Coalition have announced a new housing policy that would let first home buyers pull up to $50k from their super for a house deposit. But is it a good idea, particularly for young people? And will it make a dent in the housing affordability crisis? We'll take a look at how all the housing policy plans compare. And an old friend is back behind the mic: former host Tom Tilley. He's here to chat about his new book - a pretty revealing look at his Pentecostal upbringing, and how he broke free from it. Guests Jane Hume, Superannuation Minister Anthony Albanese, Labor leader Tom Tilley, journalist
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Anyone trying to get into a new home right now knows they're dealing with one of the toughest and most expensive housing markets in recent history. Interest rates, home prices, and rental rates are all going up. What do you do if you're in the market for a new place to live? We caught up with the stars of the hit HGTV show “Unsellable Houses,” twin sisters Leslie Davis and Lyndsay Lamb, about trends they're seeing in real estate so you know what to expect. But first, Apartment List's chief economist Igor Popov breaks down why we're seeing the market as it is now and how it impacts buyers, sellers, and renters. He also shares his advice and predictions for the months and years ahead. This episode is brought to you by Zocdoc.com/newsworthy and Indeed.com/newsworthy Get ad-free episodes and support the show by becoming an INSIDER: www.theNewsWorthy.com/insider
Phil, Jase, and Al are joined by Dr. Ben Carson, former Housing and Urban Development secretary for the United States of America. Dr. Carson is also a retired neurosurgeon and has a specialized view of the situation in America. Phil asks Ben about topics like abortion, communism, and history. Ben discusses the difference between human and animal brains, weaponized white guilt, and praying for Elon Musk. Jase reveals that Missy is a huge fan of Candy Carson, Ben's wife. Ben reminds Americans that we have had four revivals in our country, all of which were surrounded by pestilence and war, and Phil is excited to read Ben's new book, releasing on May 17, "Created Equal: The Painful Past, Confusing Present, and Hopeful Future of Race in America." Watch the Unashamed overtime show, only on BlazeTV: https://BlazeTV.com/Unashamed Visit https://FaithfulCounseling.com/Unashamed and get 10% off your first month of counseling Head to https://PolicyGenius.com/PHIL and get your free life insurance quotes and see how much you could save. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices