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Kevin Guz of HomeVestors-Dallas discusses the issues involving renovation costs for an investment property. Specifically, he addresses the difference between quick and affordable repairs versus expensive (and necessary) overhauls, which may make it financially unattractive to buy a specific home.
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Craig Endo, Vice-President, Branch Manager of Old Republic Title & Escrow, Kahala, Hawaii who brings 25 years of experience in the industry and a wealth of knowledge, including commercial and general escrows will be giving us excellent tips of why you should buy title insurance.
2nd half of our show is about the 4 P's. Can you guess what they are? Are you working on the highest and best use of your time? Really living on purpose? Listen in, better yet, join in with us and share your story.
The United States use the Christian bible to teach God make man from the dust of the ground, to endowned them with equal life. The U.S. constition made people a piece of property
Join your host Wes Blackman as he welcomes Justin Snyder to the High Noon in Lake Worth studios. He is the Chief Correspondent for the "The Florida Squeeze" which is a source for Florida politics, history and society. Justin Snyder, a Palm Beach County resident, began his political career at Stetson University after being elected as the College Democrats President. During his tenure, Justin helped author the Florida College Democrats Constitution. In 2008, Justin interned and then organized for the Barack Obama Campaign in Volusia County. Since that time, Justin has worked on several political campaigns all over the country from Nevada, to Arkansas to right here in the Sunshine State including Heather Beaven’s Congressional campaign, Bill Halter’s Senate Campaign (Arkansas), and most recently as District Director CREDO SuperPac’s Take Down Allen West Campaign and as Field Director and Deputy Campaign Manager for Jeff Clemens For Florida Senate Campaign which resulted in a 17 vote victory.
Justin studied political science and economics at Stetson University and is a strong advocate for the middle class and progressive causes. His writing focuses on the Florida political scene and finding solutions to our most pressing issues be them political, economical, or cultural.
In this episode we explore the role of property under capitalism, and how it serves to empower the rich land owning class. We discuss the impact of the privatization of land resources, and what it does to the economy and people in general. And finally we discuss how the concept of ownerhip could be different under a socialist economic system.
Join us for a conversation with Congressional candidate Will Bronson (D-FL), running for the House of Representatives in the 17th Congressional District of Florida.
Will is a Navy veteran and retired airline pilot who ran and narrowly missed winning election in 2012. He hopes to prevail this time and will discuss with us his political philosophies and his stands on the issues facing Floridians and all Americans.
If you live in Florida's CD-17, whch includes includes all of Charlotte, Okeechobee, Highlands, Glades, Desoto, and Hardee counties, and parts of Hillsborough, Polk, Lee, and Manatee counties, you will not want to miss this opportunity to speak to Will Bronson.
Even if you don't live in Will's district, you stil have skin in this game. Elections matter.
Call 347-850-8445 to join the conversation.
BamaPlus.com writer Erik Stennett and Gator Radio Personality Patrick Infante will join me to discuss the match up between the Gators and the Tide. They kickoff their game at 330pm on Saturday in Tuscaloosa. Do the Gators have a chance at all to win this match up. On paper it seems like no contest. But, Florida has some horses/talent. Can they put it all together for one game away from home. They struggled with Kentucky at home last week.
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Introducing a new radio show to the airways dedicated to bringing the most current real estate insights to all professional Realtors in the state of Florida.
Your host is Joe Palopoli Jr. with Supreme Lending
Joe Palopoli Jr. has been in the South Florida mortgage industry for over 25 years. He has a proven track record as a top producer, leader and business developer and has funded over 6000 loans for over $1.2 billion in volume.
Joe grew up in South Florida and started his career in 1987 as a Real Estate Appraiser for Savings of America. He decided to move forward as a Loan Consultant with Savings and went on to work for Washington Mutual and Chase Manhattan. From 2004 Joe was Division President for Sterling Asset & Equity Co. of Delray Beach, where he was in charge of all operations, loan origination and business development. Joe's accomplishments include:
• Annual President’s Club Award Recipient
• Annual Chairman’s Club Award Recipient
• Top Ten Division Branch in country for volume.
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In this FlipNerd.com Interview, we're joined by Spencer Caldwell, who's dominating Arizona real estate like nobody else, buy selling more than $500 Million in properties. He's helped purchase over 7,000 houses at the Auction, and is here to tell you all about it. Check it out!
It's Man Love Thursday at Dino's Bar and Grill in Port Charlotte Florida. HAHA