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Kellen Jones whose name is ubiquitous in the world of private lending in the West and Southwest joins Think Realty host Matt Benson to talk private capital and explain how it’s done in the world of private lending.
Jones has personally seen over $500 million dollars in private loans transactions and has a wealth of experience in lender relations, underwriting, marketing and originations.
He serves as Executive Officer and Co-founder at Fundingdatabase.com and Chief Operations officer at Cash Private Capital.
The non-performing loan market has swelled in the past few years. Several billion are sold every quarter just from the GSEs and HUD. However, the secondary market has become very competitive and buyers need unique strategies and partnerships to acquire notes at more competitive price. Aligning with a non-profit can be beneficial to both the investor and the non-profit. Many loans are sold from HUD with specific outcome requirements that create a unique secondary market for the right partnership.
Joining the podcast is Tim Hayes with Southside Community Development. Tim works to partner investors and non-profits together in order to become qualified buyers NS Capitals non-performing loan and REO portfolio.
It is no doubt that sometimes if not all the time, humans get very greedy. Well, there is no exception to the transportation industry and we have the stories to prove it. Trucking Scams are very much real. But what sort of trucking scams could possibly be so crazy that they are worldwide trucking scams, or even scams that form in Canada and spread through the good old United States? Well, this week we will be tearing down each and every one of these crazy trucking scams out there and try to figure out what was going on in these industry leaders minds!
TalkCDL is finishing up the week with a big thank you to all the truckers out in trucker land, toady we will be summing up our subject on Over the Road, Regional, and Local. Please do not forget to listen to our previous episodes at www.talkcdl.com/past-shows ! Next week we will start talking about how to approach talking to a recruiter and finding a job within these type of trucking positions! So be sure to tune in tomorrow.
Hr1 A Western Mecca in Wyoming? If we squash religious freedom for one group we'll squelch it for all!
David Fischer with Landmark Capital Gold Group talks the economy, retirement, gold, and coins. He says signs show we're moving into a recession. The world is pulling away from backing our debt, and our debt is still growing. Citizens will have to bail us out. It's called a "bail in."
Hr2 2 More presidential hopefuls gone! So long Carly & Christie. Who's next?
Did you know socialism is working out well in Sweden? At least according to one Bernie Sanders supporter interviewed by Jesse Watters.
Uh oh! FBI has launched an investigation into Hillary Clinton having a private email server.
Are you ready? We're losing another 50,000+ jobs! Must be because the economy is recovering, right?
Do you know who's NOT included on the unemployment rolls, even though they are technically unemployed?
Bernie Sanders says middle class will pay more in taxes and that will save them money. #LibLogic
Hr3 Starting with a little history lesson on Valentine's Day. Do you know how it started?
Dr. Michelle Skeen joins Joe to discuss the fear many men have leading up to Valentine's Day and help us understand why women have such high expectations on that day. Shouldn't we show our loved ones we love them all year round?
Time is the most valuable gift we can give each other.
And... what NOT to do when you're travelling without your spouse, that men are doing in Japan to avoid cheating.
It is no doubt that sometimes if no all the time, humans get very greedy. Well, there is no exception to the transportation industry and we have the stories to prove it. Trucking Scams are very much real. But what sort of trucking scams could possibly be so crazy that they are worldwide trucking scams, or ever scams thaaat form in Canada and spread through the good old United States? Well, this week we will be tearing down each and every one of these crazy trucking scams out there and try to figure out what was going on in these industry leaders minds!
Keelung’s Miaokou Night Market has a reputation of being one of the most popular night market’s in Taiwan. The Main street where the Dianji temple first started drawing patrons to the area is lined with food stalls serving some of the most popular dishes and snacks found in Keelung.
This is a very tourist friendly night market with translations in Japanese and English, some are loose in their descriptions. Honestly lots of great tasting food but I wouldn’t consider alot of it nutritious.
One of my favorite stalls serves oil rice, a sticky style rice with mushrooms and a delicious soup served with lumps of fresh crab meat. Being a port city there is an abundant selection of seafood and other interesting tasty treats.
Further south, in central Taiwan lies the city of Taichung. The climate is drier in this part of the island making for a perfect environment for night markets. Taichung is world-famous as the place where bubble tea was invented.
If you ask most Taiwanese people where their favorite place to go for a weekend is many will say Tainan. This city located in Southern Taiwan was once the capital of the island before the Japanese began their 50 year rule of the country and moved operations to Taipei. There are lovely Japanese colonial era buildings everywhere but most people come to Tainan for the food.
This is the Anping area of Tainan with the oldest streets on the island. People travel from all over Taiwan just to visit and try the many special snacks only made here, like one of my favorites, Coffin Toast. Excerpts from "Taiwan-Discovering The Beautiful Isle's Food Paradise".
in Self Help
It's time for the hottest show out "the Conversation" hosted by Klarque Garrison and Michele Gilliam-Morrissey! Each week we strive to inspire, motivate and educate you our loyal listeners. This week is Theme Week!!! Are Black Men Being Systematically Destroyed? We've got an amazing panel of activist, leaders and thinkers: Joseph Carswell, Kenneth Smith and Jamile Jones. Our topics?
* Are Police purposely targeting Black Men or are we just hypersensitive?
* Why is the a non turst between Black Men and Black Women?
* Imprisonment and Disenfranchisement
* Is Leaving Our Corp. jobs our way out?
Reading comic books was a big part of my life as I was growing up. Batman and Superman were frequent companions, but my all time favorite comic was MAD Magazine. Comics and comic artists have evolved over the years from The Yellow Kid which was featured in 1895 in the New York World to web based artists like Jim Shaw and his Will Draw for Food creation. There was a time when Jim was living on his own, working three minimum wage jobs just to make ends meet. In Jim’s own words: “I recall early one morning, in the backroom of one of my tedious retail jobs, half-awake, I had a revelation. I did not want to simply exist, to merely pass through this one chance at life, forgotten, known by no one. An unobserved life is not worth living. With that notion playing in my head all day, I quit my jobs, moved back home with my parents, and applied to Brookdale Community College.” Jim had always been interested in comics, manga, video games and all other degrees of nerd paraphernalia, and so he began pursuing a career as a comic artist. He has gone on to work on multiple projects, comics and children’s books, such as Aerin, Will Draw for Food, I am a Superhero, and many more. Jim works online with many other artists, and in June of 2015, he co-founded a comic books publishing house called Blu Trinity Comics with two colleagues. Their goal is to help others get their comic books published, online, in-print, and into the hands of readers across the globe. After the interview, please check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.
5 to 10 dollars will get you pretty far in the hood during the winter months.
This snow storm has opened up a world of job opportunities if you don't feel like going out into the snow.