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For many towns in the West and Midwest, rodeos are a boon to the local economy. Despite the delta variant’s surge, many rodeos have made a return in 2021. Marketplace’s Mitchell Hartman takes us to Oregon’s Pendleton Round-Up and chats with locals, tourists and health officials about mask enforcement, a boost to business and the return of a rural tradition. Also on today’s program: The Weekly Wrap, the impact ridesharing has on our climate and a shipping-related holiday gift to discount stores.
For many towns in the West and Midwest, rodeos are a boon to the local economy. Despite the delta variant’s surge, many rodeos have made a return in 2021. Marketplace’s Mitchell Hartman takes us to Oregon’s Pendleton Round-Up and chats with locals, tourists and health officials about mask enforcement, a boost to business and the return of a rural tradition. Also on today’s program: The Weekly Wrap, the impact ridesharing has on our climate and a shipping-related holiday gift to discount stores.
[Intro: 8:59] Journalist Shane Burley joins me to discuss his newest book, 'Why We Fight: Essays on Fascism, Resistance, and Surviving the Apocalypse,' published through AK Press. Smoke choked cities. Supply chain disruptions. Pandemic. Riots. Fascist violence. The calamitous events of 2020 sent shock waves through the social fabric of the United States. There is the pervasive sense that we've crossed a threshold, one that cannot be walked back or reversed. In 'Why We Fight,' Burley navigates this territory of the here and now, providing deep insights into the conditions that gave rise to some of the most dramatic developments of the past several years. In this interview, I ask Burley to provide updates into the evolution of fascist politics during this time, and what antifascist resistance to the far right looks like, and must adapt to, in a time of apocalyptic rupture. Shane Burley is a writer and filmmaker based in Portland, Oregon. His essays, criticism and journalism has been featured in places like Jacobin, Al Jazeera, NBC News, Truthout, In These Times, Bandcamp, Salvage, Commune, The Baffler, Upping the Anti, Full Stop, and the Oregon Historical Quarterly. He is the author of 'Fascism Today: What It Is and How to End It' (AK Press, 2017) and has contributed to a number of anthologies and journals. His commentary on the far-right has been featured in places such as The Guardian, The Huffington Post, The Daily Beast, PBS, and many others. Episode Notes: - Purchase a copy of 'Why We Figh't from AK Press or Bookshop: https://www.akpress.org/why-we-fight.html / https://bit.ly/3o3Ieyq - Follow Shane's work on Twitter and support him on Patreon: https://twitter.com/shane_burley1 / https://www.patreon.com/shaneburley/posts - Music was produced by Epik The Dawn. WEBSITE: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/lastborninthewilderness DONATE: https://www.paypal.me/lastbornpodcast / https://venmo.com/LastBornPodcast BOOK LIST: https://bookshop.org/shop/lastbornpodcast EPISODE 300: https://lastborninthewilderness.bandcamp.com BOOK: http://bit.ly/ORBITgr ATTACK & DETHRONE: https://anchor.fm/adgodcast DROP ME A LINE: Call (208) 918-2837 or http://bit.ly/LBWfiledrop EVERYTHING ELSE: https://linktr.ee/patterns.of.behavior
Oregon students used to have to pass a basic skills test in order to graduate from high school. This summer, the state dropped the requirement. How do we know when a high school student is ready to graduate? Betsy Hammond and Michael Dembrow join Meghna Chakrabarti.
photo: @tevitauhatafe Welcome to This Is America, August 24th, 2021. On this episode, first we speak with someone from Symbiosis in Portland, Oregon, where we cover the Nabisco strike from the vantage point of a supporter who was on the picket lines. While the strike has now come to a close, with the workers beating... Read Full Article
As a materials scientist, Anna Ploszajski was trained to analyze materials on a number of levels — their atomic structure, their chemical properties, their ability to conduct or resist electricity, their magnetism, hardness, ductility, and more. But Ploszajski quickly realized there was a hole in her knowledge — in terms of what it feels like to work with materials hands-on. She set out to understand things differently, learning by doing. Along the way, she met craftspeople who built their own body of knowledge about everything from glass and steel, to sugar and wool, using only their eyes, their instincts, and their hands. Her new book is called “Handmade: A Scientist's Search for Meaning Through Making.” On this episode, we follow Ploszajski and others on their journeys to understand everyday materials through the process of creating. We also hear why making things can feel so empowering and soothing, and learn about a movement that wants all of us to learn how to fix our belongings. Also heard on this week’s episode: Appliances like toasters and dishwashers have become so advanced in recent years, that most people can't repair them without expert help. But now, the “right to repair” movement is trying to change that. Alan Yu reports. Physicist Clifford Johnson talks about his hobby: baking, and why he loves the feeling of creating order from chaos (while making pie crusts). Making something by hand allows a creator to be uniquely in touch with the way a material feels, its balance and even how it smells. Producer Diana Opong got a chance to see a Washington-based master bowyer in action. He describes the materials he uses to make English longbows, and the strength and effort it takes for him to get the wood to bend into that perfect arc. In Portland, Oregon, Julie Wilson is known as “the cast iron lady.” You can find her at street fairs and pop-up events all around the city with shelves full of cast iron cookware that she restored by hand. Producer Joel Shupack caught up with her at her home, as she describes how to bring neglected pots and pans back to life.
After a standout career playing football at Oregon, Anthony Trucks seemed poised to have it all. Just a few short years later, he found himself with injured and out of the league with a failed business and a family life in disarray. He has since put the pieces back together and reclaimed the good life. He describes to Tristan the key steps in this transformation and shares lessons that can apply to anyone's life. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Last year, Texas was a 17-point favorite at Texas Tech in both teams' Big 12 opener, and the Longhorns needed minor miracles to overcome a 15-point deficit in the last 3:13 to escape Lubbock with a 63-56 overtime victory. Joining us this week on The Flagship Podcast to preview the 2021 Big 12 opener between the Longhorns and Red Raiders is Jarret Johnson, publisher of InsideTheRedRaiders.com, who said Tech coach Matt Wells "mentions that game against Texas last year a lot" to his team. Gone is Tech quarterback Alan Bowman - replaced by 6-foot-5, 230-pound Oregon transfer Tyler Shough. Johnson explains why Shough is off to an up-and-down start for the Red Raiders. Tech running back SaRodorick Thompson, who ripped off a 75-yard touchdown run against Texas last season, is returning from injury. But Johnson tells you why Tech hasn't missed Thompson thanks to freshman running back Tahj Brooks, who is averaging 8.1 yards per carry. Johnson talks about how Tech's 6-foot-3, 220-pound sophomore receiver Erik Ezukanma, who had seven catches for 91 yards and a touchdown against Texas last season, has only gotten better. Tech is 3-0 after victories against Houston, Stephen F. Austin and Florida International and trailed early in all three games. The Red Raiders needed a fourth-and-goal pass breakup on the last play of he game against FCS opponent SFA to hold on to a 28-22 victory. Johnson says because of the competition, it's hard to tell just how strong Tech's 3-0 start really is. Johnson also says Tech's offensive line has been inconsistent and really struggled against SFA. Johnson talks about the Tech defense, which he says has a strong front seven and has been stout against the run but might be vulnerable in the secondary. Johnson tells you how Tech coach Matt Wells, who found linebacker Colin Schooler (brother of Texas safety Brenden Schooler) in the transfer portal last year, went to the transfer portal again in 2021 and found gold (in addition to QB Shough). Johnson also talks about Wells' job security after going 4-8 and 4-6 in his first two seasons in Lubbock. How do Tech fans view Texas now that the Longhorns have said they're leaving the Big 12 for the Southeastern Conference? Johnson tells you and gives you his prediction for how Saturday's game at 11 am CT (on ABC) at Royal-Memorial Stadium plays out. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Any person with cable can clearly see Ohio State's secondary performance has dropped off. Once a group known for harboring multiple future first rounders, the unit allowed a mediocre signal caller from Tulsa to pass for over 400 yards after making Oregon's QB look like a Heisman Trophy candidate. We've talked about the on-field issues. How about off the field? As in: Will this affect defensive back recruiting? 247Sports Director of Recruiting Steve Wiltfong is back with knowledge on Xavier Nwankpa, the all-American safety from Iowa, before delving into Ohio State's coaching upheaval and how it could make recruiting trail waves. We then pepper Steve to reinforce/move off his existing Ohio State Crystal Ball picks for Zion Branch, Carnell Tate, Chris McClellan, Kam Dewberry and Derrick LeBlanc. Spend 5ish with us this a.m., 'Nutters. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Day 6 of the Green Goblin retirement tour was the final day of cycling the coast, maybe saving the best riding for last. But I have a history of mechanicals a few miles from the finish line... would that bad luck continue? Also: a campground chat! The Pedalshift Project 257: Green Goblin Retirement Tour – Day 6 Humbug Mountain SP to Brookings, Oregon Check out pics over on Insta! Thanks to Connor and Luke for chatting in camp - check them out at: @connorwier @lukequeiroz321 Pedalshift Society As always we like to close out the show with a special shoutout to the Pedalshift Society! Because of support from listeners like you, Pedalshift is a weekly bicycle touring podcast with a global community, expanding into live shows and covering new tours like this summer's upcoming bike tour! If you like what you hear, you can support the show for 5 bucks, 2 bucks or even a buck a month. And there's one-shot and annual options if you're not into the small monthly thing. Check it all out at pedalshift.net/society. Kimberly Wilson Caleb Jenkinson Cameron Lien Andrew MacGregor Michael Hart Keith Nagel Brock Dittus Thomas Skadow Marco Lo Terrance Manson Harry Telgadas Chris Barron Mark Van Raam Brad Hipwell Mr. T Nathan Poulton Stephen Dickerson Vince LoGreco Cody Floerchinger Tom Benenati Greg Braithwaite Sandy Pizzio Jeff Muster Seth Pollack Joseph Quinn Drue Porter Byron Paterson Joachim Raber Ray Jackson Jeff Frey Kenny Mikey Lisa Hart John Denkler Steve Hankel Miguel Quinones Alejandro Avilés-Reyes Keith Spangler Greg Towner Dan Gebhart, RIP Jody Dzuranin Lucas Barwick Michael Baker Brian Bechtol Reinhart Bigl Greg Middlemis Connie Moore William Gothmann Brian Benton Joan Churchill Mike Bender Rick Weinberg Billy Crafton Gary Matushak Greg L'Etoile-Lopes James Sloan Jonathan Dillard John Funk Tom Bilcze Ronald Piroli Dave Roll Brian Hafner Misha LeBlanc Ari Messinger David Gratke Todd Groesbeck Wally Estrella Sue Reinert John Leko Stephen Granata Phillip Mueller Robert Lackey Dominic Carol Jacqi McCulloch John Hickman Carl Presseault David Neves Patty Louise Terry Fitzgerald Peter Steinmetz Timothy Fitzpatrick Michael Liszewski Hank O'Donnell David Zanoni David Weil Matthew Sponseller Chad Reno Spartan Dale Carolyn Ferguson Peggy Littlefield Lauren Allansmith Eric Burns Thomas Pearl Darrin McKibben Richard Stewart Dave Fletcher Music You've been hearing about Jason Kent and his music for many fine episodes. Sunfields has a new album available NOW,AND Jason has a new solo album coming this year, AND his first solo album is now streaming on Spotify, including America, the Pedalshift theme. Go listen! https://soundcloud.com/sunfields
With the rest of the conference struggling, Oregon's just marching along on the field and on the recruiting trail. Matt Prehm of 247Sports' DuckTerritory.com brings the latest on Mario Cristobal's top-10 recruiting class and the heights the 2022 group could reach come Signing Day! Host: Blair Angulo Guests: Matt Prehm Follow or Subscribe to the 247Sports Football Recruiting podcast feed on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Find the 247Sports podcast for your favorite team here! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
One week after the Ohio State football team threw for nearly 500 yards, but struggled to run it against Oregon, the Buckeyes completely turned things around and put together a dominating ground attack against Tulsa. So what did the Buckeyes do to get the rushing game going again? Buckeye Scoop's Xs and Os guru Ross Fulton joins host Tom Orr to answer that question and more. - How a downhill rushing attack changed their attack- How a switch to two tight ends may have opened things up as well- TreVeyon Henderson's agility may have opened up some big plays in areas the Buckeyes hadn't attacked much before- The concept that victimized the Buckeyes against Oregon, which they used to their advantage against Tulsa
This week, in Carr, Colorado, the grisly discovery of a young woman's body leads to the uncovering of maybe the strangest clan of murderers that the US has ever seen. A multigenerational family of carnival workers, and short order cooks, who travel the country, robbing people, and eventually committing one of the most horrific string of murders that has ever been seen, before, or since. Young women snatched from all night donut shops, grocery stores, and other very brazen locations. All while the wives & kids, waited in the car. It's an insane tale, that should be known by all, and somehow, isn't! Along the way, we find out that not all of Colorado is beautiful mountains, that kidnapping a store employee, while that store is open for business might not be the brightest move, and that you can't commit Bundy amounts of murder, and not expect people to notice!! Hosted by James Pietragallo & Jimmie Whisman New episodes every Thursday! Donate at: patreon.com/crimeinsports or go to paypal.com & use our email: firstname.lastname@example.org Go to shutupandgivememurder.com for all things Small Town Murder & Crime In Sports! Follow us on... twitter.com/@murdersmall facebook.com/smalltownpod instagram.com/smalltownmurder Also, check out James & Jimmie's other show, Crime In Sports! On iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts
The city of Bend, Oregon, is somewhat of a mecca of craft beer in the Pacific Northwest. Smack dab in the middle of that scene is Tony Lawrence, owner and brewer at Boneyard Beer. Tony has been in the game since the '90's, and has seen the social kaleidoscope change what beer is back and forth over the years, but that hasn't changed his views on what makes beer BEER. Tony chats with us about hist brewing history, how he approaches making a new beer, and his new CBD venture. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hosts Jo Firestone & Manolo Moreno play listener-created games with callers via Zoom!Games played: Sandwich Kittens submitted by Marceline Gothar, Dr. Dog Logic (as inspired by host of "Depresh Mode" John Moe) submitted by DB from Louisville (pronounced Lewisville), Colorado, and BetterKelp with rules by Regina (AKA Dr. Dirt) from Corvallis, Oregon.Callers: Jenna from Burlington, Vermont; Emma from Tacoma, Washington; Lucas from Baltimore, Maryland; Andrew from Raleigh, North Carolina; Max & Melissa from Chicago, Illinois; Chloe from Sandy, Utah; Drayton & Heather in Baronett, Wisconsin; Tiernan in Austin, Texas; Tim (and dog Colin) from South Plainfield, New Jersey; Jesi from Ferndale, Michigan; Dan from Greenfield, Massachusetts; Jacky from Portland, OregonOutro theme ocarina cover by Tim from Bothell, WashingtonThis episode sponsored by: Magic Spoon - Go to magicspoon.com/GAMESHOW and use the code GAMESHOW to save $5 off!Green Chef - Go to GreenChef.com/gameshow100 and use code gameshow100 to get $100 off including free shipping!
Kerry Cohen is a doctor of clinical psychology and works as a licensed therapist in Portland, Oregon. She is the author of the memoirs Loose Girl, Lush, Seeing Ezra, and Girl Trouble. Freshly launched this September is her new book, "Crazy For You: Breaking the Spell of Sex and Love Addiction. Jeremie and Bryde chat with Kerry about codependency, process addiction, and self-actualization with regards to sex.Thank you endlessly to all the Patrons of the podcast at patreon.com/turnmeonpodcast.$5+ PATRONS: check out the video version of today's aftercare!This episode and more have been transcribed thanks to Thisten: https://thisten.co/event/wmu9l See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Late Kick with Josh Pate has added a new episode every weekday. Every Tuesday and Thursday Josh will be hosting a podcast-only listener mailbag episode that is fueled by you! This week you asked about Josh's most recent Renaissance Tour stop in State College, shifting offenses in college football and the outlook for Oregon for the 2021 season. Follow Josh on Twitter: @LateKickJosh Follow Josh on Instagram: @LateKickJosh Follow Josh on TikTok: @LateKickJosh Have a question for Josh? Email the show! Follow or Subscribe to The Late Kick with Josh Pate on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe to the 247Sports YouTube Channel! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Amy Wolff, a mom and small business owner, was moved to action to place encouraging yard signs in her community when she realized that suicides were on the rise. That action and subsequent investment of less than $150 spread from Portland, Oregon, to a worldwide movement that exists in 27 countries and all 50 states. She joins us to discuss the journey of how she repurposed her pain into purpose that has made a lasting impact. Her new book Signs of Hope is an intimate collection of stories from Amy's personal life, as well as stories from Amy's personal life, as well as people impacted by the movement, about the power of hope and love in the midst of suffering. Learn more about Amy: https://www.amynwolff.com/ Grab a copy of "Signs of Hope": https://www.amynwolff.com/signsofhope Follow Thrivin' on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/thrivinpodcast/ Join our FB Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/374531347301074 Follow Thrivin' on Twitter - https://twitter.com/thrivinpodcast Learn more about Thrivin' - https://www.thrivininthewild.com/
The southern border of the US is flooded with Haitian migrants and the situation is out of control, one of the best Money Line parlays of all time hangs in the balance of Monday Night Football, a teacher in Oregon goes in blackface as “Rosa Parks” at work for defying a vaccine mandate, Singapore is using all their durian trash to make new bandaids, and a town in New Mexico has something in the water… and much more… (Timestamps) - Timestamps Cup of Coffee in the Big Time (00:03:38) - Fun Facts about Human Bones (00:06:44) - September 21 Holidays (00:09:34) - Today in History: Moroni, The Hobbit, and Bill Murray (00:11:21) - Honorable Mentions: iOS15, Pfizer for Kids, Southern Border (00:18:59) - #3: RIP AJ Johnson (00:20:05) - #2: MGM Bettor has a $25 Parlay to win $726K, and it all came down to Monday Night Football (00:22:40) - #1: Halloween Kills Trailer is out, movie drops 10/15. Halloween Season is Upon Us TikTok International Moment (00:29:33) - England: Homeowner discovers psycho killer doll inside the drywall in his “flat” (00:35:39) - Singapore: Making New and Improved Bandaids with Durian Husks (00:39:04) - Singapore (x2): Creepy Clown Lures Kids to Speech School (00:46:29) - A teacher in Oregon goes in blackface to prove a point that she's like Rosa Parks for violating a vaccine mandate… and Justin Trudeau has a new angle of his Arabian Nights costume drop (01:00:10) - A town in New Mexico has something in the water, and it's NOT Fluoride (it's meth) These stories and more… brought to you by our fantastic sponsors. Laithwaites Wines - Now, get six amazing bottles of wine, plus two bonus bottles and two stemless wine glasses for $49.99 (plus tax) with free delivery. Just text HARD to 64-000! To get this special offer, text HARD to 64-000. That's HARD to 64-000. Terms apply, available at laithwaites.com/terms. Raycon Earbuds - Raycon exists to prove that premium audio doesn't have to price you out. We're here to defy the industry by tailoring our tech to the people– giving them booming audio and luxurious comfort. Get 15% off their Raycon order at buyraycon.com/hardfactor. Express VPN - Protect your online activity TODAY with the VPN rated #1 by CNET. Visit our exclusive link ExpressVPN.com/hardfactor and you can get an extra 3 months FREE on a one-year package. Leave us a Voicemail at 512-270-1480 or or send us a voice-memo to email@example.com & leave a 5-Star review on Apple Pods to hear it on Friday's show Follow/Subscribe @HardFactorNews on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, YouTube, Facebook, Apple Pods and Spotify to support the Show!
My guest is Levi Lusko. Levi is the founder and lead pastor of Fresh Life Church, located in Montana, Wyoming, Oregon, Utah and everywhere online. He is the bestselling author of “Through the Eyes of a Lion,” “Swipe Right,” and “I Declare War.” His newest book is a kids devotional called Roar Like a Lion- 90 Devotions to a courageous faithIn this episode we discuss:The vision for the new kids devotional and why you should get it for your kidsHow to engage with your children and make Bible reading something they look forward toAnalogies with lions and roaring and what that has to do with being a ChristianPractical ways to engage with God during your quiet timeA surprise benefit in journaling every dayDiscernment in the battle with both our mind and our wordsFor more information on Levi Lusko:Go to his website https://levilusko.com/Get the kids devotional Roar like a Lion now https://amzn.to/3CCUqKTFollow Pastor Levi on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/levilusko/For more information on the ministry of Discerning Dad:Get all my links in one easy spot! https://linktr.ee/discerning_dadGet my FREE 14 day discernment devotional, Eyes on Jesus, by going to eyesonjesusdevotional.comYou can purchase my book this podcast is based on, Everyday Discernment: The Importance of Spirit-led decision making, on Amazon https://amzn.to/3dDGKVwDownload the new Charisma Plus app with my specific link. Every free download for you gets me $1 with this link https://play.charismaplusapp.com/subscribe?code=TimFBecome a patron supporter and get exclusive benefits such as my second podcast and much more https://www.patreon.com/Discerningdad
It's a LOADED Monday Aaron Torres Podcast! Aaron explains why he believes this will be the year we get real playoff shake-up, discusses who is most disappointing - Clemson, Oklahoma or Ohio State and if this is the year Penn State breaks through after beating Auburn? Plus, should Alabama be worried after a narrow win over Florida?! Here's a rundown:Are we headed toward an unprecedented playoff?: Aaron opens the show by asking the question - after years of fans complaining about the same teams getting into the playoff every year, is the season we finally get shake-up (2:00)? Aaron explains why teams like Oregon, Iowa, Penn State and BYU could all be in the playoff mix late, while also discussing the struggles of some of college football's powers. He also asks: Which team should we be most worried about, Clemson, Oklahoma or Ohio State, with all three struggling (12:00)?Penn State dominates and Alabama struggles: Finally, Aaron wraps the show by talking about the mega games on Saturday. He explains why he believes Penn State's win over Auburn not only makes them the favorite in the Big Ten, but also a legitimate College Football Playoff contender (27:30). Also, did we actually learn anything about Auburn, despite their close, hard-fought loss on Saturday? Finally he wraps talking Alabama-Florida - the Tide were outscored 26-10 after the first quarter and outgained by 100 yards. Is it time for concern Bama (39:30)? Finally, Aaron wraps with thoughts on Ole Miss, USC and much, much more
This week Billy and Paul take a look at several recent cases. On November 26th, 2020, Alexis Sharkey went to Thanksgiving with friends. After getting home she had a disagreement with her husband, then left the house. Her naked body was discovered in the bushes off of Red Haw. Michael Bryson disappeared from the Hobo Campgrounds in the Cottage Grove Area in Lane County, Oregon, in the early morning hours of August 5th, 2020. 25-year-old J.J. Day was last seen at 9:12 AM at Beyond/Hello in Bloomington on August 24th, 2021. Five year old Summer Wells was at home with her family on June 15th, 2021. She went downstairs to play with toys in the Beech Creek Community house in Hawkins County, Tennessee. Within minutes, she vanished. Three women were physically attacked in the last year in the West End of Portland, Maine. Other women have reported being watched or followed by a man in the car. Who is responsible for these attacks? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Host Yogi Roth chats with Utah's Britain Covey. They discuss being an undersized college football player, the lessons Britain learned on leadership growing up, dealing with the loss of teammate Ty Jordan, and much more. Plus, Britain goes behind the scenes on what Coach Whittingham is like. Come discover Britain Covey's 'IT FACTOR' on "The It Factory: Pac-12 Football with Yogi Roth."You can also watch this interview streaming on Pac-12 insider. To view, go to www.pac-12.com/insider for more information. Produced by T.J. Brassil in partnership with Blue Ox Films. Executive produced by David Koppett, Erwin Tugadi and Yogi Roth.
Portland, Oregon, had been a hotbed for political clashes between the far left and the far right for years before 2020. Sean Kealiher was among the people who regularly took to the streets to fight — sometimes physically — with people who opposed Black Lives Matter and other social justice movements. We look at who was in the streets leading up to one of the most significant years in American protests. This is a Somethin' Else and Oregon Public Broadcast production. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
International Talk Like a Pirate Day is a parodic holiday created in 1995 by John Baur and Mark Summers, of Albany, Oregon, U.S., who proclaimed September 19 each year as the day when everyone in the world should talk like a pirate.Photo by Rowan Heuvel on Unsplash
What are our main takeaways from Oregon's dominating 48-7 victory over Stony Brook Saturday evening? What's the status on Anthony Brown's injury? A lot of young guys played in this game, what were the main takeaways? Matt Prehm, Erik Skopil, and Jared Mack of DuckTerritory.com discuss all these topics and a lot more on this postgame edition of the Autzen Audibles Podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In part two of a three part series, Liz Ricketts of the OR Foundation is back to continue our discussion about the repercussions of our overconsumption on Ghana, its people, and our entire planet. And Amanda gives a lesson on circularity and clothing recycling...and why these two terms are being used more and more in greenwashing campaigns.Please follow the OR Foundation on IG @theorispresentWatch the CBS Morning segment about fast fashion and Kantamanto: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aCPEwv3sZbsExtra Credit Reading:"What is Circular Fashion?" Madeleine Hill, Good On You."What Is A Circular Economy?" Teresa Domenech, The Conversation."Why The Circular Economy Will Not Fix Fashion's Sustainability Problem," Gulnaz Khusainova, Forbes.If you want to meet other Clotheshorse listeners, join the Clotheshorsing Around facebook group.Want to support Clotheshorse *and* receive exclusive episodes, a weekly newsletter, and some swag? 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Ohio State's 41-20 win over Tulsa on Saturday inside Ohio Stadium was... unusual. Yes, the Buckeyes beat the Golden Hurricane by three touchdowns, but the game was very close into the fourth quarter. And a lot of the things the Buckeyes did well a week ago against Oregon seemingly fell apart on Saturday, while places they struggled against the Ducks were suddenly far better. What can you take away from the game? Buckeye Scoop's Kevin Noon joins host Tom Orr to break down the good news and bad news for Ohio State fans. - Serious concerns about CJ Stroud's shoulder- TreVeyon Henderson's record-breaking day- Signs that Matt Barnes could be the answer calling plays on defense- More struggles in pass defense- Plus much more
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This is an episode of Buckeye Scoop's newest podcast, Big Me Kickoff, hosted by Kevin Noon. We wanted to put it on this feed to provide our listeners with another sample of the kind of content we have on the Buckeye Scoop Podcast Network. We suggest you check it out!- Ohio State Football is just a little more than 24 hours away from its third game of the season but at this point nobody is ready to move on to Tulsa and the focus remains on the loss to Oregon and the problems that have emerged through the first two games of the season. Can this team salvage things on the defensive side of the ball and are things not as rosy as they look on offense despite a lot of yards gained?We bring in a longtime friend with Josh of College Football Nerds to talk about some of the numbers behind the Ohio State Buckeyes through just eight quarters of football. Can you repair the engines of a plane that is already at 35,000-feet? What changes need to be made and will the Buckeyes be the last team standing in the Big Ten?All of that and more in the Big Me Kickoff. Check it out.
The Buckeyes' 35-28 loss to Oregon left Ohio State players, coaches, and fans with a lot of big questions, especially about the team's defense. Saturday in Columbus, those questions will finally start getting answered when OSU returns to Ohio Stadium to face Tulsa. So what can you expect from the Buckeyes on Saturday?Buckeye Scoop beat reporter Tony Gerdeman joins host Tom Orr to try to answer six burning questions about the Buckeye defense, including:- Which assistant is going to be calling the defense, and where will all the coaches actually be?- Is the rotation at linebacker about to undergo a major change?- How will the Buckeyes replace Josh Proctor at the deep safety position?
Canary Cry News Talk ep. 390 - 09.17.2021 - DISRESPECTIN' ‘MECTIN: Rebranding Shots, Big Pharmakeia, AI Mind Kontrol - CCNT 390 Our LINK TREE: CanaryCry.Party SUBSCRIBE TO US ON: NewPodcastApps.com SUPPORT: CanaryCryRadio.com/Support MEET UPS: CanaryCryMeetUps.com Basil's other project: Ravel Podcast INTRO 2:25 World's largest sequoia's wrapped in tin foil (SF Chronicle + Producer note) Newsmax cuts off veteran for blaming Trump, Afghanistan (Clip) Fox sounds like old YouTube videos exposing NWO agenda (Clip) FLIPPY 16:12 Oregon, Flippy arm to fill gas (EuroNews) NEW WORLD ORDER/GEOENGINEERING 23:54 Clip: Biden is going to stop inflation and climate change Headline: Covid and the New World Order (Financial Times) Headline: EU Chief challenges New World Order, climate change (CNN) Scientists potty training cows for climate change (Mic) I AM WACCINE/PANDEMIC SPECIAL 35:35 Clip: Fauci wants to jab 6 month olds in 2022 Canada authorizes rebrand jabs (CTV, Healthing) Synthetic Biology will seize pandemic opportunity (World Economic Forum) FDA votes against Pfizer Boosters (Newsweek) Ivermectin 52:10 Nobel winner pushed Ivermectin, debunked? (Wapo) Japanese Journal of Antibiotics, Nobel winner Omura affirms Ivermectin (PDF) Note: NIH calling Ivermectin “wonder drug” for humans in 2011 Pharmekeia 1:22:00 : Psilocybin poised to help mental health issues from pandemic (Scientific American) Bess Levin: Pope says stop being IDIOTS, take jab (Vanity Fair) BREAK (producer party) 1:48:47 POLYTICKS/FBI 3:04:08 FBI being exposed, fail in Gymnastic abuse story (WSJ) Sussmann accused of lying to FBI (NY Times) AI/MIND CONTROL 3:21:57 UN calls for AI moratorium (Al Jazeera) Vision AVTR, new Mercedes has Mind Control (Benz Insider) ADDITIONAL STORIES New window into the early universe (Big Think) Same FBI that chased Russia Collusion hoax, covered up gymnast abuse case (PJ Media) Illinois, only state restricting corporate use of biometrics (Reuters) Durobyte, flippy competitor? (Windsor Star) US picks same bomb detecting robot arm as UK (Air Force Times) Waccine Related Stories: How to retain employees during the Great Resignation (WEF) Arizona attorney first to sue Biden for mandates (Ohio Capital Journal) White House offers call to Nicki Minaj to talk jab safety (NY Times) Toddler having asthma attack kicked off plane (Independent) 3000 health workers suspended, fail to comply mandate (Reuters) NY Hochul doesn't see Religious Exemption as excuse to avoid mandate (WSKG) Biden taking away VA benefits story, debunked (AP) Journal trying to defend big pharma stance on Ivermectin (The Journal) Only 5% of Uttar Pradesh has jab (India Times) Uttar Pradesh government says Ivermectin kept cases low (India Express) India ignores WHO recommendation against Ivermectin (Financial Express) Indian Bar Association sued WHO over omission (PDF) PRODUCERS ep. 390: HeatheRuss**, Scott K*, Sir Michael Knight of the Busy Bees, Sir Dylan Knight of the Wailing Avian, LittleWinged1, James H, Alana L, Spirit Vessels, Sir Casey the Shield Knight, Brandt W, Big Tank, JC, Aaron J, Regan A, Sir Sammons Knight of the Fishes, Veronica D, Juan A, Gail M, Marci T, Runksmash, Ciara, Blake TIMESTAMPS: Rachel C JINGLES: Aaron J LeirBag3000 ART: Dame Allie of the Skillet Nation Sir Dove, Knight of Rustbeltia Ryan N
Russillo shares his thoughts on the evolution of athlete criticism (0:25) before he is joined by his former colleague Danny Kanell of SiriusXM and CBS Sports to discuss college football. They hit on Ohio State's loss to Oregon, the recently open head coach position at USC, Iowa's outlook, the early impact of NIL, GOAT of the week, and more (14:00). Finally Ryen answers some listener-submitted Life Advice questions (57:40). Host: Ryen Russillo Guest: Danny Kanell Producers: Kyle Crichton and Steve Ceruti Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
RJ and Jeffrey look at the futures of Oregon, Ohio State, and Iowa. The guys break down the two biggest games of the weekend: #1 Alabama @ #11 Florida and #22 Auburn @ #10 Penn State. Plus, 3 Heisman candidates see their teams go on upset alert. And, why the sharps are just fooling around with the worst team in college football. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kol Peterson has been on the forefront of ADU development and advocacy for at least the last 10 years in Portland, Oregon. But don't worry! This conversation applies to ADUs at least everywhere in the United States, if not beyond. Kol is a really great thinker, is whip-smart, quite funny, and passionate about ADUs. In this conversation, we dive into why Kol sees ADUs as such an incredible opportunity for solving the housing crisis. We also talk about what's happening in Portland as it relates to tiny houses, probably making Portland the most tiny house-friendly city in the country.Full Show Notes: https://www.thetinyhouse.net/kol-petersonGuest Bio: Kol Peterson is an ADU expert based in Portland, Oregon, who has helped catalyze the exponential growth of ADUs in Portland over the last decade through ADU advocacy, education, consulting, policy work, and entrepreneurship through his company, Accessory Dwelling Strategies LLC. He is the author of Backdoor Revolution-The Definitive Guide to ADU Development. He is the owner of Caravan- The Tiny House Hotel, the first tiny house hotel in the world, and organizer of Portland's popular ADU Tour. He consults with homeowners about ADUs on their property and teaches ADU classes for homeowners and for real estate agents in Oregon, Washington, and California. He also co-runs ADU Academy and the ADU Specialist designation for professionals with Earth Advantage. He edits and manages AccessoryDwellings.org and BuildinganADU.com.Kol developed and lived in a detached new construction ADU in 2011, and developed a basement/garage conversion ADU in 2018. He has a master's degree in environmental planning from Harvard's Graduate School of Design. Prior to his ADU work, Kol worked in the federal government for ten years in Washington, DC, and Portland, Oregon.Our Sponsor: Tiny House EngageWhen you listen to my conversation with Kol, you'll notice that I actually ask Kol a question that came in from Tiny House Engage. That's because Tiny House Engage members get to listen to these while I record these podcast episodes and ask questions of my guests. It's a really great way to get an inside look at the Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast and also benefit from the amazing array of talented guests that we have on the podcast. Registration is open until Tuesday and you can learn everything you need to know about Tiny House Engage at thetinyhouse.net/engage.
Roofstock Certified Agent, Harvey Yergin with Simple Solutions Real Estate in Columbus, Ohio answers important questions about investing in this market. In this market overview, Michael and Harvey cover what investors need to know about the Columbus market from, local industry, the rent to price ratio, the competitive environment, the type of properties, and what investors should be looking out for on inspection reports. If you have more questions for Harvey about deals in Columbus, feel free to reach out. Simple Solutions Real Estate - firstname.lastname@example.org - 901-484-9751 --- Transcript Before we jump into the episode, here's a quick disclaimer about our content. The Remote Real Estate Investor podcast is for informational purposes only, and is not intended as investment advice. The views, opinions and strategies of both the hosts and the guests are their own and should not be considered as guidance from Roofstock. Make sure to always run your own numbers, make your own independent decisions and seek investment advice from licensed professionals. Michael: Hey, everybody, welcome to another episode of The Remote Real Estate Investor. I'm Michael Albaum and Today we have with us our roofstock certified agent out in Columbus, Ohio, Harvey, Yergin, and Harvey's gonna be talking to us today about the Columbus market as a whole and some things that we as investors need to be aware for if we're going to go invest in that market. So let's get into it. Harvey, thank you so much for joining us today, man. Really appreciate you taking the time out of your busy schedule to chat with us about Columbus, Ohio. Harvey: Yeah, sure. No problem. Glad to be here. Michael: So tell everybody listening. Are you a Columbus native? You know, where did you come from? Like, where did you come from? Where did you go? And how long have you? And how long have you been in the Columbus market? Harvey: I have been in Columbus, back in Ohio for six or seven years now, with close to six years. I'm originally from Akron, Ohio, which is closer to Cleveland moved around the country a bunch sometime in Virginia, Tennessee, Oregon, Michigan, had a bunch of kids and decided we wanted to get closer to family. And we do a little bit of research on Ohio. No offense out there to other Ohio and but Columbus is it's got the most going on. Michael: Sound like fighting words to me. Harvey: Population growth is exponentially higher than the other two major markets in Ohio, Cincinnati and Cleveland. And there's just way more industry here. They're just they're just plain simple. There is more going off Columbus. So we landed here. We're close to family. My wife is from Pittsburgh. So we have a support system here now and Columbus is home. Michael: Love it. That's awesome. And how long? Have you been a realtor? And then how long have you been in the real estate game? Because I know you're chatting for the episode, you're an investor as well. Harvey: Yeah, I'm an investor, I spent most of my time in my investment company, and working on investments, been a real estate agent since 2018. So three years or so. And, like I said, primarily working in my own company with my partner. But then also just by nature of being an experienced investor in this market, also helping buyers and sellers buy and sell their real estate investments, as well. Michael: Awesome. And how many transactions have you done in the last 12? months? Like number of purchases? number of sales? Harvey: Oh, I don't know, a couple few dozen, most of which are representing our company and the purchase? Or sale? Michael: Awesome. And so did you get involved in the transactional side of things, because there was just a need for it because you were doing so much business, basically, for your for your investing business on the personal side of things. Harvey: I got involved as a real estate agent, primarily to I mean, I think there's a common story but get in, get your license so that you can save some expenses and costs Michael: on the Commission's Yeah, Harvey: Yeah, on the transaction on your own transactions. And then, you know, obviously, there's some some money to be made. If you're representing other people. You have you have a little bit of a niche in that you understand transactions, maybe more so than other real estate agents, because you buy and sell for yourself. And you're familiar with real estate investment transactions and deals because they're, you know, they're very much different than your retail sales, sales. And I like helping people as long as people want to be helped. I like like working deal but like wouldn't deals together. Michael: That's great. That's great. All right. Well, now I want to give you the platform to yell from the mountaintops how great of a market Columbus's. So talk to us about some of the economic drivers and talk to me like I know nothing about Columbus And truth be told, I don't know a whole lot. So that'll be eat that should be easy for you to do. But so what are the what are the big economic drivers in the market? Who are the big kind of companies that are that are in the space and do they have a tech scene. Harvey: There's no secret anymore. I mean, Columbus as a market for real estate investment, that that information is out there makes every top whatever list for real estate investing. And there's really there's two big factors there. Maybe three one is population growth, something like a million people in projected population growth between now and 2030, or 2040, or something like that. So a lot of people for short amount of time. Industry here, mostly retail, I call it junk retail and fashion retail. So Big Lots is here, dollar generals here. But also, L brands, which is the biggest the biggest employer, in Columbus, they're here designer brands is here. So people like Abercrombie and Fitch, the SW baby, big fashion, retail. Businesses are here. And then if you've ever heard a Nationwide Insurance insider Michael: On your side! Harvey: That's right, so insurance is huge here. There's a lot of there's several big players, including nationwide. And then healthcare is also large, because nationwide is plays on both sides of that. So they they run a couple really big hospitals, facilities. And then if you've ever heard of the Ohio State University, their top five employer here as well. And not only do they have the university itself, but they have several research and medical facilities around the region. Technology is largely based in those those industries. There's a lot of funding in financial services I forget forgot to mention Chase is here. financial service technology, innovative insurance, technology and medical, medical technology. And then all of the technological research and development University is doing as well. I mean, there's a lot, there's a lot going on. Michael: Right on. So is it safe to say that that is a multifaceted economy? It's not solely reliant on a single sector? Harvey: Right. Yeah. I mean, I'm I went on to what I named, there may be three or four different sectors that are just in the top five employers in the area, there's Yeah, there's a there's a lot going on in terms of different industries, and diversity. Michael: That's fantastic. So that maybe you can give us kind of a walkthrough of if I'm looking at Google Maps, and I type in Columbus, I get a north, south east west over, you know, 30,000 foot view. Talk to us about some of the different markets, different sub markets within Columbus, that we should be aware of. Harvey: Yep. So if you look at a few of the map, you got it. 70, which goes around Columbus, generally, inside of that is Franklin County, it extends a little bit outside of that as well. So inside of Franklin County, obviously you have Columbus, but then you have really close in suburbs like Westerville Gahanna, Reynoldsburg, Grove City, Hillier power, how, in my view, there definitely is a couple other ones around. And those are the close in suburbs. And all of all of those cities and municipalities I just mentioned are super hot and saturated in terms of both retail and investment real estate. deals are just hard to come by they're as they are in a lot of MSA. But if you extend out which the pattern now that we're seeing is that investors are starting to move out and it's because people are starting to move out as well. There's just cheaper houses. There's there's not as much of a demand right now anyway to commute to a job downtown. And even if you are commuting, it's likely that you're commuting less frequently. And maybe you're okay with a 45 minutes 60 minute drive now because you're saving 100- $200,000 on a house and you're getting more acreage and you're getting more space. You're, you're now okay with a 45 minute drive. So places like Lancaster and Newark, Delaware, maybe Mount Vernon, which is to the north Lancaster's to the south east, Newark is due east, places like that, which are 45 minutes, average driving time to downtown Columbus, on fire. I mean, Newark. If you told me that Newark, Ohio, if you told me a year ago that Newark would be a place where you could buy a house, do a little bit of rehab, put it on the market and get multiple offers over asking, me and a lot of people will tell you recruit your that's exactly what exactly what's going on. And some of the best deals to be had are out in those peripheral markets. Michael: Now that's wild. And so give give everybody an idea of Like, if I'm a single family investor, I'm looking for a three to that'll have a good rent, what are some of the price points in those four markets, those four neighborhoods just mentioned, as well as their corresponding rents? And just, you know, ballpark average? Harvey: Yeah, I think it's pretty fair to say that you could find three to for between 130 and $150,000, then rent is going to be between $950-$1150 depending on your specific location and some features in the property. Awesome. Which, okay, 3/2 130 to 150. Good luck finding that and a lot of areas. Michael: I'm a California guy, and I can pretty well guarantee it doesn't just exist so much out here. Harvey: Yeah, not even in Columbus. Michael: So when you're looking to underwrite properties at Roofstock. And for those people that aren't familiar with you, you know, you're one of our rootstock certified agents out in Columbus, and so if not v certified agent out in Columbus. So when you're underwriting properties on Roofstock that go on the Select program, what is it that you're looking for, Harvey: You know, the big things are rehab, a lot of things that make them Margiela properties that make the market now in Columbus. And just as a disclaimer right now, on Roofstock, even though I'm mentioning these peripheral markets, we're the only the only properties that are available to Roofstock investors are the ones inside of Franklin County, really, because it's, it's because of the on the property management side, there's just there's not a lot of infrastructure for investor support yet on those markets. So we're limited to that, to that Franklin County, I 270 close in ring. And we're looking for is minimal rehab, things that hit the market at certain price points, you can just guarantee or just just assume I guess that if they're under a certain price point that they probably got some issues with them. And we know that Roofstock investors are not, especially because most of them are out of town, they're not really keen on having to manage any sort of big rehab project with people that they all know in town that they can't get to frequently, minimal rehab being $5,000 or less, on average. And then neighborhood quality because neighborhood quality translates to tenant quality. So we're looking at the the neighborhood rating score, and then gross yield. I mean, just how much how much ranking you get compared to the purchase price, which that number is shrinking with every day that passes I think, I think with time we'll start to see rent start to you know, it's lagging now. But we'll start to inch closer to the kind of growth that we've seen in in sales prices. But so those are the three things, just minimal rehab, making sure we're hitting a minimum neighborhood quality than the gross yield is something that will produce cash flow. Michael: Love it. And Harvey, can you talk to me a little bit about how to calculate property taxes. Cuz in a market like California, our state, we kind of have a statewide law that says the property taxes are gonna be based on the sale price. So if you bought a property 10 years ago, for 100 grand your property taxes are based on that purchase price, if I buy it from you now, and I pay 500, my property taxes are going to be probably at least 5x what you were paying. So how should investors be thinking about property taxes? And does a sale trigger any kind of reassessment? How does that work? Harvey: Yeah, the sale the sale doesn't necessarily trigger reassessment. But the local school boards and this is municipality specific. So if you're buying in Columbus, this is true. The school boards are very in, they have a really good process for going through finding recent transactions, making an appeal and getting that value updated. Which because they want their they want their funds they want. They're trying to capitalize on a market that is appreciating. And you know, they want their programs and their facilities to grow right alongside it. So you can't blame them. But that is it's happened to me. And it can be quite sizable. So look at the auditor site and figure out what the tax is based on now. And then figure out where where you think you're going to purchase it. And you get a reasonable idea of how much that tax bill is going to go up. Outside of Columbus, I don't really know but in Columbus, that's very common. Michael: Okay. So if I'm looking at a property that was at purchase, last purchase $100,000 and the taxes let's call it were 1200 bucks a year. If I'm going to then purchase the same property at two to $200,000. Is it a safe assumption then to double the property tax because the purchase price has doubled. So now I'm thinking I'll be at 2400? Harvey: You know, if you're underwriting it, I probably will do that. It's probably not that exact. I think they, there's some formula, I forget what it is, but they take a certain percentage off of that, and then they tax you on on that percentage. But yeah, that's, that's probably not a bad place to start for your calculations. Michael: Okay, perfect. It's funny, you mentioned the school board's I had the exact same thing happened to me numerous times down in Cincinnati, I'm pretty heavily invested down there. And, yeah, and it's funny, you know, because part of me feels really great about being able to help the local school systems get funded and grow, because everybody wants to be part of a good school system. So if you're coming into an area, you're then donating, for lack of a better term, more money to the school system, which will hopefully bring it up. But at the same time, I was like, Man, this sucks, like, it is just so expensive, oftentimes, to do business. So it's a catch 22. Harvey: It is, and it's a but in theory, it should come full circle that you think as the schools improve the neighborhood improves your your neighborhood and consequentially your house becomes more desirable. And then the like kind of feeds itself. But that assumes obviously the school board is handling your funds with some sort of proficiency. Michael: Yes. Harvey: Which, you know, I think in Columbus, they do a pretty good job. But I will also say, if you're taking out a loan on these, and your servicer is a little bit slow to I don't know, I don't know what their process is. But if they're slow to make sure that your escrow account is enough to keep up with that tax increase, what happened to me recently, I have a duplex in Columbus bought for, you know, an increased amount over the last last purchase price. My servicing company didn't know for two years, and then just this past year, we got Oh, you owe tax on the increased value for the last 24 months. We then double your PITI, your your mortgage payment Michael: To catch up! Haryvey: For the, catch up. Yeah, for past payments and future payments. Oh, my gosh, that would have been nice to have just incremental increases over, you know, a shorter amount of time. Wow. Yeah, that does happen. Michael: Well, that's a great tip for listening is look out for that stuff. I mean, if you're if you know what your tax bill should be, and you're mortgaging servicing company, your mortgage service company isn't taking enough from you and to make those payments. Speak up. Say something that's that's a really good teachable moment. Harvey: You're going to get notification from from the auditor or the treasurer Michael: For the county. Harvey: Yeah. When your tax is increasing. And then if you don't see increases in your payment on that property for a couple months, it's probably time to call on it. Start asking questions, because you don't want that surprise. 24 months. Michael: Yeah, that's that's not a fun present. Harvey: No, no, not at all. Michael: Harvey, talk to us about some common issues that might show up on an inspection report in Columbus, that folks should just be aware of, as an example, I bought property in Alaska, and they have diesel fired boiler and heat the house that's just common place me being California. I was like, Whoa, major, major hazard and I was like, calm down. This is standard par for the course. So what are some things that you that that you see that buyers should be aware of? Harvey: Wet basements blowing basement walls, that those are scary things, especially for people who aren't familiar with basements. And we are familiar with basements that were made to be wet. houses. There's there's a lot of old inventory in Columbus. And a lot of that old inventory from what I understand, was built to take on water that doesn't excuse poor water controls from your downspouts and your gutters and your grading. But they can cause bowing and it can cause signs of water intrusion. Remedying bowing basement walls is a very common practice going in and having to waterproof a basement that's not already waterproof is a very common practice. The selection of contractors that do that is very high. I mean, there's a lot of contractors out there that do that kind of work, both remedying the the bowing and the waterproofing. So don't let don't let that scare you. If anything, it's a it's a negotiation tactic with whoever you're purchasing from, but that will inventory there's still knob and tube electric work in houses, which can be scary for people. But again, there's those contractors that can handle that sort of thing. I've had to do it several times. It's just not that big a deal. Being on well water or having a septic tank instead of public water and public sewer. It's just not that's not that scary one buyers, especially if they're native. They understand renters as long as things are inspected and safe and functional. They understand as well, but in certain areas... I mean in Columbus, it's very rare in fact that I think they've fallen gotten rid of all septic tanks? Anybody who's not on public sewer or public water, but just outside of the city. That's that's pretty common and it should not be a deal breaker. As long as they're functional. They're safe. And they've been inspected. Michael: Great. those are those are three really good ones. Because as you were saying them I'm so over here like, ah, like, that sounds awful. So this is a good learning lesson for me too. I've never heard that that some of these older properties were built to take on water. That is a totally foreign concept to me. Harvey: Yeah, yeah. When I heard it, too. I was thinking Who the hell would build a house? That's supposed to where the basements supposed to get wet? But yeah, it's just, it just was the way they built. Michael: Okay. And they don't make them like they used to, that's for sure. Harvey: No, they don't build basements to take on water anymore. Michael: Do you have any interesting stats, or kind of notable highlights that you want to share with with potential buyers or folks interested in the Columbus market? Harvey: I would say the inventory levels here in Columbus right now are pretty interesting. There wasn't long ago, there was 1300 houses on the market. And I just looked today, and I think there's 28-2900 houses on the market. Some of that is seasonal, I mean, things just tend to loosen up around this time of the year anyway. But that's a pretty sizable gain. And we're starting to feel it a little bit. It's not as crazy inventory is starting to sit on the market a little bit longer than it was this summer and spring. And prices are as crazy then maybe isn't as many offers. So it is getting a little bit easier to purchase. We run a real estate investment company we go direct to seller, the more difficult it becomes for anybody to purchase, the more difficult it becomes for us to purchase. But we're seeing a little bit more ease. On the purchase side. I would just encourage investors Roofstock investors who are interested in the Columbus market to just continue to be patient. I've been a real Roofstock agent since early spring of 2021. Guess how many transactions we've completed for Roofstock purchasers? Zero sec. Yep. And it's, it's just tough. I mean, finding a rehab property that is on the MLS and marketed already, that isn't one going in 24 hours or two, doesn't have the rent to support the purchase price. To date, it's just been a very, it's just, it's just rare to find. But like I mentioned, things are loosening up, continue to be patient. And I think I think you'll there will be deals to find. And I would also encourage through the winter. So let's say late September through March, keep paying attention because that is the time to buy because historically the market is more buyer friendly. Less seller friendly. Michael: Harvey are you trying to cut into my turkey time you telling me I gotta go look at real estate deals. I'm trying to eat stuffing. Harvey: I mean, if you want to, if you want to buy deals and build long term wealth, yeah, I guess Michael: That was it's such a good point. I bought so many deals in that exact timeframe for just that reason. I mean, I I joke it I kind of saying tongue in cheek, but I think for folks that kind of take time off. That's the wrong time to take off. I say if you're gonna sit out, you know, anytime do it when the markets crazy hot. And so when when there aren't folks out there trying to buy deals when everybody else is taking a break. That's when you should be pushing the pedal to the metal. Harvey: Yeah, sure. And it takes some discipline to because I came from, like corporate america and a regular job. And that time of year is where everyone kind of slows down takes vacation doesn't take work. So serious holiday parties party is in the office. But yeah, I mean, to just say, Okay, this is our plan for fourth quarter and in the first quarter of 2022. And stick to it and be disciplined about it. I mean, that can be you can make a break an entire year off of the deal you purchase in December. Michael: Easily, easily. No, I love that man. And I'm curious. I mean, you bring up a really great point that there haven't been any deals done in Columbus. So I would challenge everybody listening to go and be the first person to get a deal done when you know, win that race but also what should folks be aware of? What would you coach recommend people on that they need to do in order to win deals in this market? And we're recording this late August of 2021. So take this with a grain of salt depending on when you're listening to it but right now what do you see in folks? What do they need to do? Harvey: Be reasonably aggressive on your purchase price, not not aggressive? Just be reasonable on your purchase price. Just assume that the deal you're that you're offering was being offered on by other people now, certainly. You can submit offers below asking, and certainly you should submit offers at a price that makes sense. In fact, I would just encourage you to, to make offers. Because it's, it's, it's just like fishing, right? We just, it's a numbers game at this point. Don't be over lease, freaked out by a an inspection. Recently, I had a deal blow up when the inspection came back, we had a 10 day remedy period in the contract, which just means that we get the inspection, we read it over, we decide to things that we don't like and then we ask you to either fix them or give us money. Because of that. Use the remedy period, if you ask for things, all they can say is no. Or maybe they say yes. And all of a sudden, now you have a deal. That was less cash in or a deal that is fixed up and better than it was when it was on the market to use that period to your advantage. Don't run off, just because there's some scary things in in the inspection. Michael: Now those are those are great tips. And how are you seeing all cash offers playing in the Columbus market right now? Harvey: They're frequent. And they come from institutional buyers quite a bit. There's hedge, hedge funds and institutions that we're all competing with. And they throw down big chunks of cash. And they they often buy multiple houses at the same time. However, I've seen sellers opting to be more patient for more money than jump out a cash offer just because they can close in 10 days. So cash doesn't always win. It looks like maybe they're winning less frequently. I don't know that for sure. But it seems that way that sellers are being more patient thinking okay, I can get I can wait 30 days, 25 days and get 20,000 more dollars out of this. Well, Michael: Seems like a pretty good ROI. Harvey: Yeah. Yeah, not bad. I mean, then lender is good lenders are closing in 21 days. So if you come in and you're pre approved, and your lender is legit, and they're gonna move on things quick. I mean, three weeks, the seller can make, you know, several 1000 more dollars, which can compete with really as a cash offer, at or above asking that close in 10 days. Michael: Well, that's really good to know. That's really good to know, Harvey, this has been awesome, man. Is there other any other thoughts, tips, tricks, insights that folks should be aware of about the Columbus market? Harvey: Be patient. And like I said earlier, I'd make make offers and pay attention. Paying attention, especially through the winter months. Michael: Perfect. We'll have our our heat vision goggles on it's I know it gets pretty cold out there. Harvey: Yeah it can. Michael: Awesome. Well, Harvey what's the best way for folks to get in touch with you if they have questions about the Columbus market about property management? Harvey: Yeah, feel free to email me email@example.com. You can also text or call me although I'm usually faster respond to texts at 901-484-9751. I'm also on Facebook, our investment company Simple Solutions Real Estate is also on Facebook. I'm all over the place. Reach out and love to connect. Michael: Right on. Well, thanks again. Harvey. This was really great. Appreciate you coming on. Harvey: Yeah. Thank you, Michael. Michael: Take care. Talk to you soon. All right. All right, everybody. That was our episode. A big big big thank you to Harvey. I know I learned a ton about the Columbus market very much looking forward to continuing to learn about the market and seeing where it goes from here. Sounds like some really big things coming down the pike. If you enjoyed the episode, feel free to leave us a rating or review. And as always, we'd love to hear comments or a future topic ideas so let us know in the comment section. We look forward to seeing the next one. Happy investing
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