Got a question for the trio? - https://zfrmz.com/uLtjhyBskV96PY6eJfaIhttps://propertyplanning.com.au/propertyplannerbuyerprofessor/In this week's episode Dave, Cate and Pete take you through:1. Adelaide top of the popsFor the first time in a long time Adelaide is the highest performing capital city for the quarter, topping the charts with 5.7% growth. Adelaide just surpasses Brisbane's 5.6% recorded quarterly growth.2. Capital city market cycles divergeDue to governemnt stimulus during covid lockdowns, all capital cities were simultaneously growing in value. In a return to normality, capital city property growth trajectories have diverged, with cities now at different phases of the property cycle. Sydney is in slightly negative territory, Melbourne plateauing and Hobart now on a downward trend, the worst performing over the month of April. On the other end of the scale, Adelaide and Brisbane are still flying, while Perth has rebounded and is starting to rise.3. Combined regions continue delivering strong growthRegional areas have continued the run of solid growth, returning (a combined regions measure) of 1.4% value growth over April while capital cities combined only raised by 0.3%. Over the last 12 months, the regions have returned a whopping 28.5% total return. The trio discuss the peak rate of growth, working from home, migration trends and the insights that can be gleaned. But is this a permanent attraction by home buyers towards the regions?4. Rents and vacancy rates likely to entice investors back into the marketNationally, vacancy rates have hit 1%, which represents a very tight rental market considering 2% is the norm. Even the poorest performing cities, Sydney and Melbourne, are below 2%, with all other capitals posting below 1%. This is good news for investors, because rental yields, (which have been at an all-time low for a while), are now expected to move back to historical norms.5. Melbourne and Sydney unit market recoveringA year ago, the Sydney and Melbourne unit market hit rock bottom. In a stellar recovery, unit rents are up by 8% for Melbourne and 9% for Sydney over the last year. This is likely to lead to value growth for units, as investors catch wind of rising rentals, tight vacancy rates and higher rental yields, and jump on the bandwagon.6. Interest rates rise but the sky is not fallingA deterrent for budding investors is the strong likelihood of rising interest rates over the next year. However, market conditions are still incredibly positive. Property values are up, rents are up and interest rates are still historically very low, even if they do rise by 1%. Don't forget, lenders factor in rising interest rates and changing market conditions and they add in a buffer to their affordability assessment accordingly.7. Listings drop, is the election to blame?Nationally, listings volumes have dropped over the last 3 months. People do get nervous with a pending election, even though there are no big ticket property items on the agenda this time around. The trio will be watching this space closely to see what happens with listings post the election and how this imbalance will affect property values.8. Key insights from lending indicatorsThe level of investors entering the market has started to plateau, while first home buyers are on a slight uptick. Comparing with historical figures, the level of investors and first-time buyers are in a balanced position. The trio discuss the private rental market and the key role it plays in housing those who are not able or not ready to purchase.9. What does the 3 year bond yield say about where the cash rate is heading?From 0.1% a year ago, the 3 year bond yield has flown to 3%. Regarding the cash rate, there is much debate about whether 1.5% or 2.5% will be the point of equilibrium in the economy. So, what do bond traders think about where rates are going and how challenging is this to pinpoint?10. Unemployment at a significant long-term lowAlthough not receiving much attention in the election campaign, almost everyone who wants a job, has a job. The unemployment rate has been rounded at 4% and another reason why rates have increased. Rates go up when the economy is strong and people are spending, and the economy is strong because more people are in jobs than the nation has seen in a long time.11. Inflation 101Inflation is the talk of the town and the Property Planner gives our listeners a crash course in why prices are going up. Supply chain difficulties and the war in Ukraine are clear external factors that have caused soaring inflation. But to some extent, inflation has been exacerbated by our government and policy makers. The trio discuss how this has happened and the dangers of stagflation.Visit the show notes - https://propertyplanning.com.au/market-update-april-22-whats-the-story-with-inflation-will-rents-and-vacancy-rates-prop-up-the-market-what-does-the-3-year-bond-yield-say-about-where-interest-rates-are-heading-w/
Welcome to the only Friday the 13th of all of 2022! Many consider the day to be unlucky, a tradition that goes back many centuries. Rather than go through all of that, I’m more curious to know what you think of this day. Do you take precautions? Did you even notice? Do other days in a Friday the 13th’d month also have powers? In any case, those questions aren’t the purpose of Charlottesville Community Engagement, a podcast and newsletter whose host still wonders why. Charlottesville Community Engagement is mostly free but your financial support will help it growing! On today’s program:Governor Youngkin orders flags at half-mast to commemorate one million Americans who have died from COVIDThere are five vacancies on the Charlottesville Planning Commission, and the city is seeking applicantsAn update on the city’s zoning process as well as an update a lawsuit claiming the Comprehensive Plan is invalid under state lawAnd a quick preview of a conversation between the Reverend Alex Joyner and the author of a book on Virginia’s eugenics movement Shout-out to Charlottesville Area Tree Stewards In today’s subscriber-supported Public Service Announcement, the Charlottesville Area Tree Stewards continues to offer classes this spring and summer to increase your awareness of our wooden neighbors and to prepare for the future. Coming up on June 7 is a tree identification course taught on Zoom by tree steward Elizabeth Ferguson followed by a separate hike on June 11 at the Department of Forestry’s headquarters near the Fontaine Research Park. That’s followed by a tree identification walk at the University of Virginia on June 12 for the public. On June 14, Rachel Keen will give a lecture on Zoom on the Social Life of Trees. Do trees really communicate with one another? What is a 'mother tree'? Can a tree do anything to repel a pest? Learn more at charlottesvilleareatreestewards.org.One million Americans have died of COVID since pandemic beganGovernor Glenn Youngkin has followed the direction of President Joe Biden and has ordered that the United States and Virginia flags be flown at half-mast until Monday to commemorate the milestone of a million Americans who have now died of COVID in the past 26 months. I’ll have more on the pandemic tomorrow.On Thursday, the Virginia Department of Health reported another 3,144 new cases, and the seven-day average for new cases is 2,441. The seven-day percentage for PCR tests is 13.7 percent, up from 11 percent on May 6 and 9.1 percent on April 29. None of those numbers include tests taken at home. This morning the Virginia Healthcare and Hospital Association reports 325 people in hospitals are currently COVID positive, but many of those patients may have been admitted for other reasons. Forty-five COVID patients are currently hospitalized in intensive care units and 20 of those are on ventilators. Nationwide, the trend is toward more cases with 84,778 new cases reported through PCR tests according to data collected by the Centers for Disease Control. Hospitalizations are also trending upward across the country with a seven-day average of 2,603 new admissions a day. It’s important to remember that the number of COVID fatalities continues to trend downward with a current seven-day average of 272 deaths. The highest seven-day average during the pandemic was 3,420 in mid January of 2021 and 2,709 in early February of this year. Charlottesville hires two department headsThe City of Charlottesville has promoted two employees to take over their departments, and has also filled the position of Human Resources Director. Mary Ann Hardie will move to Charlottesville from Washington state to take the human resources position, which has been vacant since November 2020 when Michelle Vineyard left after just over a year of service. Hardie has served for the past three years as human resources director in Lacey, Washington. That’s a suburb of state capital Olympia that grew from 42,393 people to 53,526 from 2010 to 2020 according to the U.S. Census.Hardie starts work on May 16.Misty Graves has been with the city of Charlottesville’s Human Services Department for 16 years and has been the interim director since Kaki Dimock left the city to work for Albemarle County. “I am humbled by the opportunity to build on the existing work of the Department," is quoted in a press release. "Our Department is comprised of dedicated staff that are committed to creating a more equitable and just community so all of our residents may thrive, and it’s my honor to work alongside them.”David Dillehunt has been the interim deputy director of the Office of Communications and Public Engagement since soon after former director Brian Wheeler stepped down late last year. Deputy Director Joe Rice left soon afterwards. Dillehunt began working for Charlottesville in 2005 as a consultant has won two Regional Emmy Awards for work he’s produced for the city. In 2004, Dillehunt also produced a documentary on the children’s program You Can’t Do That On Television. (play the trailer) The city is still looking to fill the director’s position for the Office of Communications and Public Engagement. The position closes May 18 if you want to throw your hat in the ring. (see the vacancy)Vacancies opening up on Charlottesville Planning CommissionIf you have an interest in advising Charlottesville City Council on land use decisions, and have time to devote to the effort, you may get your chance. “There are spots on the Planning Commission that are coming open this summer,” said Missy Creasy, the Deputy Director of the city’s Department of Neighborhood Development Services. “And right now we are in the window for applications.” There are five terms ending this summer, and at least two current members cannot reapply. They are Jody Lahendro and Taneia Dowell. Commissioner Karim Habbab is filling an unexpired term which runs out on August 31. The terms of Hosea Mitchell and Rory Stolzenberg are both running out on that day. Stolzenberg is also filling out the unexpired term vacated when Hunter Smith resigned in 2018 after a handful of months in the position. Apply for the position here.Charlottesville zoning info slightly delayed Work on the next phase of the rewriting of Charlottesville’s zoning ordinance continues, but it’s slightly delayed. Neighborhood Development Services Director James Freas told the Planning Commission Tuesday that a “diagnostic and approach” report was not ready in time for their May meeting, but he hopes it will be out by the end of this month. (previous coverage)“As this point we are anticipating that the joint meeting between the Council and the Planning Commission to eventually make a decision on moving forward with that report, we’re projecting that happening in September at this point in time,” Freas said. Freas is now referring to this report as a conceptual plan for the new zoning ordinance. “It’s going to lay out what the approach is towards bringing our zoning into consistency with our Comprehensive Plan and its meant to include within it both modeling of potential building outcomes, so what type of buildings might be buildable under the policies articulated in the Comprehensive Plan, and how the market might respond to this new zoning,” Freas said. Freas said a public meeting will be held two weeks after the report with other community engagement events happening over the summer. The new Comprehensive Plan was adopted in November 2021. Consult Information Charlottesville for a series of property transactions in city limits since then. That joint City Council and Planning Commission meeting in September will be after a pair of judicial proceedings related to a lawsuit filed by anonymous Charlottesville property owners challenging the validity of the Comprehensive Plan. A hearing on the initial motion will be held in Charlottesville Circuit Court on July 15 with Judge Richard E. Moore presiding. A hearing on a city-filed demurrer to require the plaintiffs to identify themselves will be held on August 26. Alderman Library construction reaches milestoneThe tallest portions of the new Alderman Library have been installed, and the University of Virginia marked the occasion with a “topping out” ceremony. UVA Today reports that over a hundred workers were on hand to witness the placement of two steel beams that had been signed by UVA officials and more. “The two beams are part of the steel-framed clerestory roof structure, an architectural feature that will allow natural light to reach the study and reading rooms inside the library,” writes Matt Kelly in an article posted yesterday. The library itself is only two thirds of the way to being completed. When it’s done, there will be a new entrance that faces University Avenue. Bill Palmer is with the UVA Office of the Architect and he gave an update to the Charlottesville Planning Commission on Tuesday. “That’s a big milestone of a transformative project over there that will really open up the library towards University Avenue as you’re going up and down that thoroughfare,” Palmer said. The original library opened in 1937, but was closed off to University Avenue in 1967 when the “stacks” were built. I’ll have more from the Planning Commission in a future edition of Charlottesville Community Engagement. In today’s other three shout-outsCode for Charlottesville is seeking volunteers with tech, data, design, and research skills to work on community service projects. Founded in September 2019, Code for Charlottesville has worked on projects with the Legal Aid Justice Center, the Charlottesville Fire Department, and the Charlottesville Office of Human Rights. Visit codeforcville.org to learn about those projects. In the middle, I’d like to take the opportunity to wish my brother, Steve Tubbs, a happy birthday for tomorrow. The final comes from another Patreon supporter who wants you to go out and read a local news story written by a local journalist. Whether it be the Daily Progress, Charlottesville Tomorrow, C-Ville Weekly, NBC29, CBS19, WINA, or some other place I’ve not mentioned - the community depends on a network of people writing about the community. Go learn about this place today!Eugenics and the Making of Modern VirginiaThe newsletter and podcast you’re experiencing stems from a website I created in 2005 to bring lectures, interviews, and audio segments to the public as an experiment. The Charlottesville Podcasting Network has been in the hands of my friend Dan Gould for several years, but he recently retired and passed the baton back to me. From time to time, I’ll end this newsletter with a small taste of what you might hear there. The Reverend Alex Joyner is the pastor of Charlottesville First United Methodist Church, and he wants to ask questions about what it takes to make a place more whole. One thread in his questioning is the future of Market Street Park in downtown Charlottesville. In February, he interviewed Elizabeth Catte, the author of Pure America: Eugenics and the Making of Modern Virginia. Catte said she wrote the book after learning about some of the history of Western State Hospital. After the original structure closed in 2005, the site was turned over to the Staunton Industrial Authority for redevelopment as apartments. At one point, the facility was known bluntly as the Western State Lunatic Asylum. “Its history became part of its branding identity and that was a really interesting transformation to me,” Catte said.“Yeah, that’s a long stretch to pull those two things together,” Joyner said. “So 200 years of history had to get condensed into something that could be about two paragraphs on a website and could also be anchored to branding material for tourism, for community development, so it developed this really cozy kind of positive story about early physicians who committed themselves to the humane treatment of mental illnesses,” Catte said. “That was certainly one of the chapters of that sites’ history but the larger chapter that I knew as a historian was the history of the institution during the eugenics era.”Eugenics was the legal practice of sterilizing those thought to be inferior so they would not reproduce. The 1927 United States Supreme Court ruling of Buck v. Bell cleared the way for the practice, with Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes delivering the line “three generations of imbeciles is enough.” The practice was legal until the 1970’s.“At least 1,700 people were sterilized against their will at Western State Hospital,” Catte said. “The longest serving superintendent was a vocal leader of the Virginia eugenics movement and it has a very harrowing history.”To hear more from Alex Joyner’s interview with Elizabeth Catte, visit the Charlottesville Podcasting Network.Or view the interview on YouTube. Help Ting help support Town Crier productions!For one year now, Town Crier Productions has had a promotional offering through Ting!Are you interested in fast internet? Visit this site and enter your address to see if you can get service through Ting. If you decide to proceed to make the switch, you’ll get:Free installationSecond month of Ting service for freeA $75 gift card to the Downtown MallAdditionally, Ting will match your Substack subscription to support Town Crier Productions, the company that produces this newsletter and other community offerings. So, your $5 a month subscription yields $5 for TCP. Your $50 a year subscription yields $50 for TCP! The same goes for a $200 a year subscription! All goes to cover the costs of getting this newsletter out as often as possible. Learn more here! This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit communityengagement.substack.com/subscribe
King County Sheriff's Office continues to struggle with job vacancies. The agency is looking to fill 172 open positions, or about 15 percent of its total workforce. And the county's employee vaccine mandate, issued last August, hasn't helped.
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Did you know that each summer loads of York students do an internship through the Student Internship Bureau (SIB)? SIB advertises paid, project-based internships in and around York that are exclusively for York students. In this episode Kate talks to Ashley, an Interactive Media student who recently completed an internship as a graphic designer at Experience Heritage. She talks about what it's like being an intern and the skills she learned. If you're an international student you'll be especially interested to hear Ashley's advice. Interested in doing your own internship this summer? Vacancies are live right now! Find out more and browse the internships on our SIB webpage. Ashley's bio: Ashley is an international student from Singapore with a deep passion for digital art and design, currently taking York's Interactive Media degree. She enjoys getting involved in the creative scene, be it through internships, York Creatives' events or being part of the HARD Magazine Committee. There's a full transcript and useful links on our blog.
Got a question for the trio? - https://zfrmz.com/uLtjhyBskV96PY6eJfaIhttps://propertyplanning.com.au/propertyplannerbuyerprofessor/In this week's episode Dave, Cate and Pete take you through:Market update1. Victorian's snubbed by the Federal Government BudgetLooking at the Federal Budget infrastructure spend, it appears that Victoria has been overlooked to some degree. The budget set aside $208.4 million in new money for Victorian infrastructure which amounts to 5.9% of the Federal Government spending on infrastructure projects, while the percentage of the Australian population living in Victoria is 25.8%. Interestingly, money has been earmarked for the East-West link project that was booted by the Andrews government.2. A closer look at capital cities that have pulled back on capital growthMelbourne and Sydney experienced slightly negative capital growth in the month of March. This is expected to continue into April, with two long weekends and a disproportionate increase in listings. Segmenting the market further, it's evident that the higher end properties in the inner ring and inner east of both cities has taken the hardest hit of late. This is consistent with previous market trends, where the top quartile is often the first to move in a changing market.3. Foreign investment in residential property drops from $10 billion to $6 billionCritical information left out of this headline is that foreign investment in commercial property has doubled from $39 billion to $82 billion, which in part explains why yields for commercial property have lowered. The Australian property market has been seen by foreign investors as a safe haven and yields may very well drop further if commercial property continues to attract interest from overseas buyers. In light of looming interest rate hikes, diminishing yields could be a major concern. The trio discuss the factors and measures which could dampen foreign investment.Migration1. How has COVID affected population growth?For the last 20 years the Australian population has grown consistently at 1-2.2% year on year. However since the beginning of COVID, this figure has plummeted close to 0% due to international border closures. There is more to the data than migrants and new arrivals, however. Overall population figures also include returning expats, births and deaths. The trio discuss how this has impacted employment, universities and capital city markets.2. Melbourne and Sydney the biggest losers in flight to the regionsThere are no surprises that the nations' largest capitals of Sydney and Melbourne were hit the hardest in the great tree and sea change. There are many and varying reasons aside from COVID lockdowns and working from home to explain why this would be the case. A major factor is runaway house prices, which naturally causes migration and investment when housing affordability bites and regional opportunity presents itself as a more cost effective way of life for some households.3. The outlook for MelbourneMelbourne sustained the biggest population losses in 2021, where a total of 32,000 people left for the regions and interstate, while Sydney lost almost 20,000. Prior to this, Melbourne was on the road to overtaking Sydney to be the most populated city in Australia. Dave shares insights from the Centre of Population on the trajectory for Melbourne's population recovery.4. Job vacancies jump in regional AustraliaCate shares the top 5 regions with the biggest increases in job vacancies over the 12 months from February 2022. Job vacancies are putting pressure on businesses in locations and regions that have seen an influx of new arrivals. Interestingly, occupations with the highest demand are professional roles, technicians and trade roles and also clerical and administrative. The trio discuss how this is likely to play out once hybrid work from home models flourish and international migration resumes to pre-COVID levels.5. Our ageing population and high-risk regionsCate shares the regions that have a large population of their work force represented by those aged between 55 and 64. The impending problem for these regions is a decrease in workers as this segment moves into retirement or scaled-back hours. The trio discuss why retiring in a regional location is so attractive, and why state and local governments will have a challenge on their hands to try to encourage mature-aged workers to remain in the workforce for longer.6. Each region is an individual marketFor the last two years, growth in Australia's regions have been the headline story, outstripping capital growth in the nation's capital cities. But is the move to the regions sustainable? As the case of the Gold Coast shows us, regions have a tendency to experience a flatter period of growth after a prolonged period of migration. However, it's evident that some locations will continue to thrive and grow. For any listeners pondering whether to invest in a regional area, it's critical to do your research and home work before taking the plunge.Visit the show notes - https://propertyplanning.com.au/migration-trends-outlook-for-population-growth-will-melbourne-recover-from-population-losses-interstate-and-intrastate-trends-which-regions-face-ageing-population-risks-and-high-job-vacancies-th/
Ian King speaks to the CEO of the employee benefits provider Unum UK about how vacancies have risen to a record high. Plus, hear from the founder of supply chain risk management company, Interos, about how the war in Ukraine has caused major disruption. And chair of literacy charity Bookmark joins the show to discuss how it's trying to supply 5,000 book boxes to Ukrainian children arriving in the UK.
Got a question for the trio? - https://zfrmz.com/uLtjhyBskV96PY6eJfaIhttps://propertyplanning.com.au/propertyplannerbuyerprofessor/In this week's episode Dave, Cate and Pete take you through:1. SA council takes matters into its own handsPete shares the measures that the Karoonda East Murray Council in SA are trialing to grow their population. Kudos to them! Rather than waiting for the federal or state governments to come to the party, they are implementing some great initiatives themselves.2. How long does it take each capital city to double in value?Pete shares with our listeners his research for each capital city, starting from March 2022 and working backwards, to distill how long it has taken for property values to double in each capital city. The winner may be a surprise, however the trio warn that some of the performances can be unpredictable. Trying to pick the next hot location is fraught with danger and our listeners are better off sticking to the tried and true principles of selecting quality investments.3. Sydney and Melbourne flatlining while Brisbane and Adelaide continue to shineThe trio take our listeners through the highlights in the March home value index results and the reasons behind the numbers. Plus, not all the numbers can be relied upon. Hobart is such a small market that there may be some anomalies skewing the results.4. Rents turning the tideFor the first time in a long time, national rents are outgrowing housing values. Which also means that yields are increasing, particularly in Melbourne and Sydney which have each had a small degree of negative capital growth. Interestingly, it appears that there is a flock back towards units and inner city living. Sydney now records the strongest lift in unit rents with Melbourne not far behind. How the opening up of borders will impact this further is a story that is still unfolding. Vacancies have also dropped to a fresh 16-year low, putting immense pressure on rental markets.5. How do current listings compare with the 5 year average?Nationally, “total” listings are 30% below the 5 year average. The trio have been saying for months now that there is a deep correlation between the level of listings and capital growth. An example is Brisbane and Adelaide, both of which have experienced the strongest capital growth outcomes in March and also have total listing numbers that remain 40% below the 5 year average. The story is similar for regions, as there are 22% less sales in combined regional areas for this current year so far.6. Consumer sentiment takes a diveThe house price expectations index has fallen by 10.8% to 139 points. This index tends to lag behind actual market movements and the writing has been on the wall in 2022 that growth in the housing market is well and truly slowing down, (for most states). Interestingly, the time to buy a dwelling index has also dropped to 78.3 points, after hovering in the low 80's to high 90's since July 2021. This index is now at its lowest level since February 2008, during the GFC and well below levels seen in the 2017-18 housing market decline. This is not a good harbinger for what's to come, as this index tends to be a forward indicator. The trio discuss the reasons behind the drop in sentiment.7. Turning the tables on fixed ratesWith fixed rates on the rise due to increasing bond yields and swap rates, lenders have started to compete on variable rates. Now that the tide is turning, many variable rates are lower than the fixed rate offering. Pre-covid, this status quo was the norm and it was the RBA measures which drove fixed rates to the lowest they'd ever been.8. Investors back at equilibriumLatest ABS figures for February show that investors now make up 33% of new lending, which is in line with the historical split between owner occupiers and investors. First time buyers have declined to 22% of new owner occupied lending over the last year, which was expected as government initiatives came to a close. However, total borrower numbers are up on previous years and we do need to keep this in perspective when we consider percentages.9. RBA bites back – the forecast for interest ratesThe trio discuss the likelihood of a cash rate rise by the RBA and how soon they each believe it will happen. Although in some argy-bargy between the RBA and economists, the RBA has stated that it will be raising the cash rate based on evidence, not on forecasts... watch this space.10. Federal election jittersA warning to our listeners, the next few months of data may not be a good indicator of what's to come, as many prospective purchasers will sit on their hands until there is certainty around an election date and more clarity on policies to see through the haze. Often the 2 months prior to an election can produce some unreliable data points when it comes to trend-spotting. After all, sentiment counts for a lot, even if it's short-term.Visit the show notes - https://propertyplanning.com.au/market-update-march-22-how-long-does-it-take-each-capital-city-to-double-in-value-which-cities-are-flatlining-vs-flying-and-which-have-changed-trajectory-rental-growth-is-outstripping-capi/
We come to bury the Lakers not praise them with an exhaustive look into the last decade of Laker basketball and where in the world the team goes from here. Plus, petty-picking the playoff seedings and a quick look at the potential coaching vacancies around the league.
Guest host Arlene Bynon speaks with Dr. Tricia Williams, director of research, evaluation and knowledge mobilization at Ryerson University's Future Skills Centre. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
If you're looking for a new job now might be the perfect time. Job vacancies on Trade Me have shot up to a record high across the country in the first three months of this year. What's more, 60 percent of the 2,198 people surveyed by Trade Me are keeping an eye out for a new job, or would be open to a new role. Trade Me Jobs sales director Matt Tolich spoke to Susie Ferguson.
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Norbert Sasse, Group CEO at Growthpoint Properties on how the battered industry is coping in the third year of the Covid-19 pandemic. Kenny Fihla, head corporate and Investment Banking at Standard Bank on the company ditching coal to bet on renewable energy. Keet van Zyl, partner, co-founder at Knife Capital is this week's shapeshifter See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Got a question for the trio? - https://zfrmz.com/uLtjhyBskV96PY6eJfaIhttps://propertyplanning.com.au/propertyplannerbuyerprofessor/In this week's episode Dave, Cate and Pete take you through:Market updates1. Declining rate of growth for housing values is proving to be the long-term trendWhile housing values are generally rising, the pace of growth in the national index has trended downwards since April 2021. This is not to say that housing values are going backwards, they are still increasing but have lost steam. Housing values increased 0.6% nationally over the month of February, although the effects on each state have varied greatly. Brisbane continues to perform strongly with 1.8% growth over the month and 29.7% over the year, which could well be a record for the city. However the floods in Brisbane are likely to dampen the property market, at least for the short term.2. Is the property market at an inflection point?With recent events in Ukraine, speculation over rising interest rates, combined with inflation pressures and yields increasing for the first time, we may very well be at a turning point in the property market. …Or are we? Media and speculation count for only so much and we have navigated global challenges before and fared better than predicted.3. Regions continue to perform stronglyTotal return for combined regions is at a whopping 30.5%! ‘Combined regions' is a very vague term and there will be some regions that perform more strongly than others, with annual growth and yields topping this figure. According to CoreLogic, Regional SA is actually the best performing regional market over the last 3 months, which is probably very closely tied to the fact that proportionally it has the lowest number of total listings of any regional area or capital city in the country.The trio ponder why investment in Adelaide's regions lag behind the nation's eastern states, among other data findings. Stay tuned for next week when Pete to shares his research and insights in his market update, where he will try to determine why regional towns in SA such as Victor Harbor are so much cheaper than regional towns in Victoria, such as Portsea.4. Rents and vacancy rates will be the story of the yearCate shares her insights on the rental market in Ballarat, (as one example of a vibrant and changing regional city), and why rents have tightened again in this market. With the opening up of international boarders, vacancy rates are expected to be put under more pressure for capital city and university towns that will see an influx of international students. Vacancy rates are under 1% in every capital city except Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, although these cities have seen a significant reduction in vacancies over the last month. 5. Rental yields on the rise?Average rental yield in Melbourne and Sydney is as low as it's ever been. But this is likely to be the bottom of the curve. Melbourne unit growth has now recovered and Melbourne is largely on par with other capital cities in terms of annual change in rents. Increases of 20% in yields with the arrival of a new tenant is not uncommon, where previously landlords would be lucky to see a $10 per week increase in rent. As yields come down in Brisbane and Adelaide due to the stellar capital growth, this may bring investors back to Melbourne and Sydney. But are the Victorian landlord reforms with heightened landlord obligations turning investors away? And Victoria isn't the only state to roll out rental reforms. We are watching this space… 6. How listings impact housing value growthThe clear picture from the data that we're studying is that Brisbane, Adelaide, Hobart and combined regions continue to exhibit recent monthly growth of over 1%, while the other capitals are recording less than 0.5% growth. It is no coincidence that they have also seen the biggest annual reduction in total property advertised for sale. We come back to economics 101 to reiterate that price is often a function of demand vs supply, and supply is continuing to be very low for these locations. 7. Insights from consumer sentiment and the impact on supplyThe house price expectations index has risen again over 150, but this indicator seems to lag behind what's actually occurring in the market. The time to buy a dwelling index is expected to pick up as people start to feel that it's a good time to purchase, and this may coincide with signs that growth wanes. The trio discuss the connection between consumer sentiment and supply. If values are increasing, then why aren't more people putting their homes up for sale? 8. Lending indicators and risks for those looking to purchaseOwner occupiers contributed to an uplift over November and December but is this an ongoing trend? On the ground, the number of purchases and pre-approvals is declining. A major concern for anyone looking to purchase is that borrowing capacities are reducing, with increases to fixed rates and assessment rates. Dave shares a real client example of how borrowing capacity for a client has been impacted over the last two months. 9. The latest unemployment stats with a pinch of saltNationally, unemployment did not change from December 2021 to January 2022, remaining at 4.2%. However, the city of Adelaide, (which was under 4% for unemployment in December) has now jumped to 4.8%. It is inconceivable that unemployment would fluctuate so much in a month, which does indicate that perhaps the data is not so reliable for our smaller states. 10. Wage growth, GDP and government stimulusThe trio share a brief update on what's happening in the world with regards to wage growth, and why our regulator wouldn't poke a stick at GDP and government stimulus to make it easier for first time buyers to get into the market.Visit the show notes - https://propertyplanning.com.au/market-update-february-22-has-the-market-reached-at-a-turning-point-are-yields-in-melbourne-and-sydney-about-to-rise-why-rents-and-vacancies-are-the-talk-of-the-town-lending-risks-for-pro/
After an embattled recall that booted three San Francisco Unified School Board members out of their seats, three mothers, of children that attend schools within the district, have been chosen to fill the vacant positions with Mayor London Breed's blessing. For more, KCBS Radio news anchors Jeff Bell and Patti Reising spoke to KCBS Radio Insider Phil Matier.
Andrew Lockwood is the founder of Rugby Vacancies and S&C Vacancies, and most recently Grey Wolf Consulting Group. He's been a member of the British Army since 2004 and has toured both Iraq and Afghanistan. He's had a wide variety of coaching roles, in both union and rugby league, and also created a charity called The Rugby Outreach Project.Twitter: @rugbyvacancies @sandcvacancies @greywolfteams @rugbyoutreach
Danielle Hendon is the owner of 4 Corners CFO, LLC. With more than a decade of experience in corporate finance/accounting and a passion for people, Danielle brings the benefits of “big" corporate financial analysis to entrepreneurs on a scale that fits their company and their budget. Her mission is to help business owners feel empowered by their finances to walk with faith and belief into the abundant life they have been called to live.Connect with Danielle:https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielle-hendon/Get Your Free Path to Consistently Paying Yourself Here https://keap.app/contact-us/7993277615067632Your hosts: Colton Cockerell & Trisha StetzelClick for more about your hosts:Colton CockerellTrisha StetzelMore fun and interviews on our FB page!https://www.facebook.com/bridgethegapinterviews
Why Satan wants our soul?It really does not require a deep explanation, it's really simple. Our soul is our absolute connection to God, the one thing Satan detests. See if we keep our souls in proper perspective with God, we will turn from him. And not only will we turn from him we will be committed in the spreading, teaching and exaltation of the Gospel, so you see how this would annihilate Satan's agenda, how if believers, those who profess to love God, keep their souls in check we could collectively tear Satan's Kingdom down.Our souls are like bombs, if detonated could blow up Satan's world, so he operates like the bomb squad using every tactic possible to get to our souls so that he can disarm us before we have a chance to take part in an explosion that would kill his whole agenda.The great Shirley Caesar has a song entitled Satan we're going to tear your Kingdom down. The lyrics go like this: The Preachers are gonna preach Your kingdom down. The mothers are gonna pray, Pray, your kingdom down. Pastor Caesar issued a bomb threat to Satan as the closing line of the song tell him You've been building your kingdom All in the house of God Satan, we're gonna tear Your kingdom down.We have to take the condition of our souls seriously, because if we don't we will hand deliver our very soul to Satan as a gift wrapped with a bow.If you know someone is plotting against your demise, has hatred in your heart for you, I don't care how saved and sanctified you are, if you must be in their presence you are on guard, you have little conversations for them and you make every attempt possible to steer clear of them. You even begin to watch who is interacting with them, who seems to have befriended them and you take a mental note, adding them to the list of those you may need to keep at a distance.We need to do the same thing when it comes to Satan and stop being so passive and free-spirited around the very one whose whole objective is to obtain and destroy your very soul.Peter and John both give us some words of advice.1 Peter 5:8 Be sober-minded; be watchful. Your adversary the devil prowls around like a roaring lion, seeking someone to devour.1 John 4:1 Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God, for many false prophets have gone out into the world.
The GOP-controlled House of Delegates has failed to confirm 11 Northam appointees to various state boards, including 3 members of the State Board of Education; A bill now on Governor Glenn Youngkin's desk would bring back a requirement for principals to report low-level offenses that happen on school property to law enforcement; Some lawmakers support rolling back overtime protections they initially voted for; and other local news stories.
In this roundtable edition of the podcast, Nathan King, Jason Caldwell and Mark Murphy reconvene for conversation about Auburn basketball's increasing odds of an SEC championship, why Walker Kessler could be SEC player of the year and what to make of the two assistant vacancies for Bryan Harsin's program. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Matt Kwame and I look back on the big game congrats to the Rams on their 2nd championship will tell you how they did it also congrats to the Bengals on a great season and solid game for them there were 9 head coach Vacancies all of them are fulled will tell you what was the best hire and since this is our last show for a while we looked at other Tibet's from this past season --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/robert-sob-allen/support
All the head coaching vacancies have been filled ahead of the big game this coming Sunday and Jason Smith and Mike Harmon break down the recent hires of Lovie Smith for the Houston Texans and Dennis Allen for the New Orleans Saints. NFL Insider Jason La Canfora also joins the program discussing all the latest headlines including Alvin Kamara's recent run-in with the law. The guys also react to LeBron James' latest comments regarding Russell Westbrook's performance. All this and much more on The Jason Smith Show with Mike Harmon! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
K-State men win, women lose. Athlete of the Week revealed Another College Football SIgning Day NFL Coaching vacancies being filled and no Black Coaches being hired to fill those openings so far.
On this February 2nd edition of The Drive Podcast: Susan Thompson, Insight Manager for Alberta with Avison Young, joins Ted on The Drive Podcast to discuss how the downtown vacancies in Calgary are showing signs of improvement. Afterwards David Cooper, Principal Transportation Planner at Leading Mobility Consulting tells us about a study from the University of Alberta about how public transit can be improved to benefit its number 1 rider, and Tony Wong, President of the Calgary Chinese Cultural Centre helps us usher in the Lunar New Year See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Only two recent retired officers among 81 contacted by Police Chief Chuck Lovell have expressed interest in helping fill Portland police vacancies under the city-approved retire-rehire program.The chief urged them to consider returning in a letter last month, acknowledging that those who had retired since August 2020 left “at a time of great despair for the Bureau and the City of Portland.”LIKE & SUBSCRIBE for new videos everyday. https://bit.ly/3fs6dBUSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/seattlerealestatepodcast)
LTN Pod Episode 230 begins with a Gem Droppin' Session ranking the 8 Head Coaching vacancies from BEST to WORST, next the viewers take over the show during "Social Media Maneuvers" as we put a cap on SUPER Wildcard Weekend which transitions to the closing of the show with Garbage Time.... Episode Timestamp (4:19) Droppin' A Gem On Ya Melon: Ranking the Head Coaching Vacancies (48:58) Social Media Maneuvers Card Collector Series Channel Link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa_hPm0t0ZkI91V2CPlGwrw Get Your Louie Tee Network Merch HERE https://theprintchamps.com/product-category/louie-tee/ -OR HERE- https://www.louieteenetwork.net/ltn-merch Donate via PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/LouieTeeNetwork Cash App: $LouieTeeNetwork PayPal: paypal.me/LouieTeeNetwork Affiliate Links: AMAZON: http://bit.ly/louieteenetwork TUBEBUDDY: www.tubebuddy.com/LouieTeeNetwork Check out the website www.louieteenetwork.net Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to the show!
NFL GM and Coaching Vacancies #Ravens hiring former #Michigan DC #Mike Macdonald as their Defensive Coordinator #Vikings hire #Browns VP #KwesiAdofoMensah as their new General Manager #Saints interview #Bucs OC #ByronLeftwich for HC vacancy #Raiders request interview with #Patriots OC #JoshMcDaniels #ChampionshipSunday #Bengals vs #Chiefs #49ers vs #Rams Prof: #Bengals #49ers Doc: #Bengals #Rams --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/debateamongstfriends/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/debateamongstfriends/support
Jake is privileged to be joined once again by A Football World's John Turner, who has churned out another great piece ranking the available head coaching vacancies in the NFL! We talk about the situation Kwesi Adofo-Mensah finds himself stepping into as GM of Minnesota, the alluring cap-space of the Miami Dolphins, how Nathaniel Hackett can turn the Broncos into a contender, and what on earth is going to happen in New Orleans? Follow the JBSE on Twitter Follow A Football World on Twitter and YouTube!
This week on the show we talk about the updated top 10 basketball rankings, give shoutout the top performers from across the section last week and look at all the football coaching vacancies. Plus we say happy trails to special guest Coach Danny Mitchell.
Both Sides of the Aisle – Natalie Gochnour is joined on The Right by Sen. Dan McCay, R-Riverton, and on The Left by Shireen Ghorbani, former Salt Lake County Council member. They discuss the amassing of forces in Europe over a possible Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Arizona Democratic Party censuring Sen. Kirsten Sinema, Justice Breyer […]
Subscribe to The Skip Bayless Show on Apple Podcasts: http://sprtspod.fox/s73z9ta- Listen & subscribe to more FOX Sports podcasts: http://sprtspod.fox/b7si4wkv http://sprtspod.fox/7bxc734e 00:00 Sean McVay vs. Kyle Shanahan 12:47 Joe Burrow vs. Justin Herbert 29:41 Aaron Rodgers 47:55 Best head coaching vacancies 57:40 James Harden 1:09:35 Packers 1:18:25 Dat Dude's Dudes 1:24:07 Should Lamar Jackson want AB? 1:27:41 Keep It 99 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Andy and Randy discuss the biggest headlines around the NFL including Sean Payton leaving the Saints and whether he coaches again. They also talk about the head coaching vacancies and who's interviewing where. Plus, we talk Conference Championship ticket prices for this weekend's games in the Wendy Zone.
Mike Golic Jr. and Chris Canty continue to talk about the breaking news of Sean Payton stepping down as head coach of the New Orleans Saints. Then, they also make a list from worst to first of coaching vacancies in the NFL with the Saints now being added to the list.
Andy Lockwood is the man behind Rugby Vacancies. The best place online to find a job in rugby.Here we chat about this and the unusual roles he has placed former rugby players in.Link to join The 1st XV Patreon & get extra podcastshttps://www.patreon.com/offfieldrugbyLink to Support the Podhttps://www.patreon.com/offfieldrugbyMy instagram is @offfieldrugby - The Off Field Rugby Coach, any feedback you have or thoughts for the pod, please DM me there, would love to hear them.Please share the podcast with some friends,please subscribe/follow the podcast wherever you're listening, & Please leave a rating and a review on Apple Podcasts, letting me know what you like about the pod. Thank you Really appreciate you clicking in, cheers! Get the bonus Podcasts on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Bri makes his predictions for the four huge NFL playoff games this weekend then the guys discuss NFL coaching vacancies (Harbaugh to Vegas?) and the latest Lakers drama (Vogel benches Russ in crunch time).
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What is a real estate investor supposed to do when their first apartment complex purchase turns out to be rife with drug dealers, prostitutes, and other problematic tenants? Today's guest had to figure that out for himself, and did so quickly. On today's episode of The Real Estate Nerds Podcast, Bill Manassero joins our host and real estate attorney Scott Smith to tell us about both a best and worst deal, one of our only hybrid Bad Beats/Best Deals episodes. Tune in to hear how Bill kept his first apartment complex purchase from becoming a total bad beat through creative problem solving, strong networking, and clever solutions like connections with the local community and even leveraging Airbnb. This is one you'll have to just listen to to really believe. Listen To Episode 23 of The Real Estate Nerds Podcast NowBill Manassero's Apartment Complex Rollercoaster Deal: Bright BeginningsBill joins Scott and shares a bit about his background and the circumstances that led up to his Best Deal. [1:00] Bill started his real estate career later in life. He began considering this option while he was ending the end of a 12-year stint as a missionary in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. He was at a turning point, but not quite ready to retire. He began eyeballing and studying emerging markets, then initially purchased a set of duplexes and single family homes in these markets.[2:10] Bill quickly learned a lesson: “I paid about the same for the duplexes as I did for single family homes, but everything was sort of better.” Vacancies were never 100%, taxes were cheaper, and he was able to collect double the rent. This made it clear multi-units were best for him. So he began checking out apartment complexes in the three markets he was already in: Memphis, Atlanta, and Indianapolis. Because this ambition was huge, he continued educating himself about this new-to-him asset class.[3:30] Bill experienced some initial “analysis paralysis” when working the figures for his potential new investments: “The numbers definitely are different for multi-units.” But he pressed on, eventually finding a 22-unit property in Indianapolis in an emerging part of the city, sandwiched between trending and developing parts of town. By the time he got the courage to make an offer, someone else had bought the property. Bill learned the value of moving quickly in a hot market.[5:00] Bill decided to take one last shot, and let the broker know he was still interested if anything happened to cause the deal to fall through. 3 months later, Bill learned the deal did fall through. The deal falling through actually put Bill in a better position to ask for lower than asking price, and now the seller was more motivated to get the property off his hands. Bill completed his due diligence, and when the inspector came through Bill was able to save even more. He ended up buying the property at 25% below asking price, and way below the market value.[7:00] While this was Bill's first apartment complex deal, he shares with Scott how his experience with the financing end of real estate helped him negotiate the funding dilemma around the property.[8:30] When Scott asks how Bill handled the jump from single- and multi-family to complexes psychologically. Bill was anxious but soon learned that “It wasn't all that different on doing a transaction on a single family or a duplex.” Bill now believes dragging his feet actually hurt him.[9:45] Bill points out the first big thing he did right with this deal: “A lot of us when we're after a property and it goes under contract, we immediately go away. But going back to the broker and saying “I'm still interested, don't forget me” got me that winning call.”[10:00] Bill was thrilled with the beginnings of the deal, but not everything about this property was a win. He was unprepared for the surprises that came up with this property. He was looking for ways to boost the rent and cut expenses, and discovered that he was paying for heating and would have had to pay high costs to replace its boilers. He ended up having to replace all the gas-powered appliances with electric, and transfer the costs to the tenants (who paid their own electric bills). He describes the rehab measures and other improvements he took to increase rent values 16-20% increase per unit over time.[bctt tweet="“I paid about the same for the duplexes as I did for single family homes, but everything was sort of better.”." username="Royal_Legal_Law"]The Challenges of a C-Class Complex & Bill's Creative Solutions The two investors discuss Bill's many challenges around the property in more depth. Whether it was the police activity, property management complication, or tenants selling drugs, something seemed to always pop up with this property. But Bill didn't give up. He tells Scott about the broad range of clever strategies he used to address these many issues successfully.[13:30] Another early challenge Bill faced was handling property management: “A 22-unit doesn't really warrant an on-site property manager. I had a property manager in place, but they weren't able to be there all the time.” So, there wasn't always someone there to handle issues as they came up.[14:00] Bill tells a hilarious anecdote about the police running a sting operation out of his apartment, which he now knows was an enormous red flags. But he did make some great contacts with the police department, and even offered to let them use the place again--if only to have their cars in his parking lot![15:00] Bill also describes the challenges with his occupants: “We had some real tough tenants. Some guys we thought were dealing, others we thought were pimps.” Scott asks why Bill bothered trying to bring up such a rough area. Bill decided to invest time and money into this because of the value and demographics of the surrounding areas, which were blue collar workers and millennial students/young professionals.[16:20] The owner before Bill was indiscriminate with tenants: “He just kind of let anybody in. They were allowing folks in that weren't screened very well.” Bill's response was creative: “We had to move into a mode I call Stealth tenant marketing. We started targeting major employers in the area and going to their HR departments. We gave them flyers offering any of their employees who signed up for our apartments a month free and other incentives to get good working folks into the building.” [16:44] This move paid off for Bill, and helped turn the complex around and changing its dynamics. But he still had to check out questionable tenants, and immediately evict the sketchier tenants if they were late on the rent. That was easier to do than proving illegal activity.[18:00] Bill shares how property management's goals didn't align with his own, and how he responded: “I had to really monitor property management closely. They were concerned with getting people in to have a high vacancy rate. I was concerned with getting in the right people.” While Bill had no advisors, he borrowed some of these creative moves from the mentors he'd had over the years.[19:21] Bill describes some of his other clever solutions for improving his complex, including using closed circuit TVs. He also addressed the security concerns of this C building in a smart way: “I brought in a house mom, a tenant who pays lower rent in exchange for the job of monitoring what's going on, keeping things in line, and reporting tenants who aren't doing things right.” These measures increased the quality and security of the complex.[20:29] Bill sums up the strategy he employed succinctly: “It's all management. It's all about having strong management, strong criteria for tenants, and not just getting bodies in there but getting the right bodies in there.”[21:10] Bill offers some tips to any investors for handling property managers of any type: “You need to document and almost put a manual together for each property manager based on the needs of the property and the area. And if they can't do it, you've got to move on.” He also emphasizes strong communication: “As an out-of-state investor, the property manager is your number one key to success or failure. If you don't handle them right and get the right people in you're doomed for failure.” [21:35][22:30] Bill believes management is so important because despite all of his research and legwork, he didn't see the problems. Scott ribs him a little for his naivete: “Sweet innocent Bill...Didn't even see the prostitutes!” Bill shares how he managed to add capital as well by converting three units into Airbnb units. In addition to being more profitable, Airbnb tenants would report to Bill when tenants attempted to proposition them or sell them drugs, because they weren't afraid like the local tenants.
On this week's episode, George and Christina talk about the current property boom and rental vacancies are nearly at an all time low. They also talk about the new Federal Budget and what it means for you. Tune in.