SORT BY Relevancy
We certainly have had a busy year, and we wanted to take time in this how to peer over the hedge into 2016, and talk about what thought leaders are forecasting to pay attention to inside of digital marketing.
We are going to be talking what’s happening in 2016 in the world of SEO, Social Media trends, and overall Digital Marketing trends.
What does 2016 mean to digital marketing and your bottom line? We will talk through that….ALL TODAY ON THE EDGE!
Anita Campbell, CEO and Founder of SmallBizTrends.com, an award-winning online publication for small business owners, entrepreneurs and the people who interact with them joins me with some insights for small business success in 2016! Small Business Trends is the premier source of information, breaking news and advice covering issues of key importance to small businesses.
Small business success … delivered daily.
With inventories reportedly short and supposedly rates going higher, will the housing market be as strong in 2016 as it was in 2015? To discuss this important topic, I have invited back to the program LOGAN MOHTASHAMI, who has accurately predicted the housing market for the past couple of years. Here are some of the things you will hear us discussing on today's program...
What are the primary drivers of housing in 2016?
Where are home prices going?
How much will the Fed impact housing?
Where are mortgage rates going?
Will New Home Sales pick up steam?
What will the oil crash mean to housing?
Will the cash buyer stay around in 2016?
Will inventory rise in 2016?
How long will TRID delay Sales?
Are refinancing dead?
Will fist time home buyer come back?
Don't miss this important discussion and tell others about this podast.
David Lykken, Host of the "Lykken On Lending" program.
in Real Estate
Here is a brief overview of what happened this week with mortgage rates and the housing market.
Join us Wednesday 1/13/2016 as we discuss this great article
5 Disruptive Church Trends That Will Rule 2016
The conversation starts at Noon.... don't miss it!!!!!!!
"Taking The Limits Off Radio", A non-traditional radio show with a vision to spread the Truth of God's Word; that inspires and encourages you to have a meaningful relationship with Christ, through biblical teaching and relevant information. A talk show that "breaks the chains off the norm" to promote a realistic conversation with God and his people.
You can also watch the simulcast on Ustream at
Live from the Brand New "Taking The Limits OFF Studios"
Welcoming my annual visit with head trend analyst Max Luthy, US Lead Trend Analyst.
We will be discussing the top trends consumer trends for 2016 in a cross section of industries, products, services and technology.
Trendwatching .com has been serving forward-thinking business professionals and businesses since 2002 in 180+ countries. Based in London, and now in the US, Trendwatching.com strives to understand the new consumer and subsequently uncover compelling, profitable innovation opportunities for them. 3000 spotters in 90+ countries, 260,000 subscribers discover and uncover the latest, greatest most innovative comsumer trends of products and services that make life more fun, efficient and interesting.
They offer tips, presentations, workshops, briefings, reports and more live and on the web.
According a recent Core Logic Report, Distressed sales—real estate-owned (REO) and short sales—accounted for 9.9 percent of total home sales nationally in May 2015, down 2.8 percentage points from May 2014. Distressed sales shares typically decrease month over month in May due to seasonal factors, and this distressed sales share was the lowest for the month of May since 2007 when it was 5 percent.
Within the distressed category, REO sales accounted for 6.4 percent and short sales made up 3.5 percent of total home sales in May 2015. The REO sales share was the lowest since October 2007 when it was 6 percent. The short sales share fell below 4 percent in mid-2014 and has remained stable since then.
The ongoing shift away from REO sales is a driver of improving home prices since bank-owned properties typically sell at a larger discount than short sales. There will always be some level of distress in the housing market, and by comparison, the pre-crisis share of distressed sales was traditionally about 2 percent. If the current year-over-year decrease in the distressed sales share continues, it would reach that “normal” 2-percent mark in mid-2018.
Joining me today to discuss housing and mortgage trends Rick Sharga, Executive Vice President at Auction.com. Since 2003, Rick has been an industry spokesman covering the US Housing Market, Mortgage Industry and Real Estate trends, Rick’s is a sought after speaker and has been featured on Bloomberg, CNBC, CNN, FOX Business, MSNBC and other radio and news outlets.
Auction.com is the largest nationwide online auctioneer of real estate
Can you believe it? We have posted 200 podcasts! This episode will reflect upon the history of this broadcast. In addition, we will discuss some troubling trends for the modern church.
On this week's show, hosts Andrew Dietz and Doug Field talk with special guests from copatient, Brighton Health Plan Solutions and TASC.
The first guest is Tom Torre, CEO at copatient, a health care expense management company. In this segment, Tom joins the hosts to discuss the big health care trends that copatient is seeing in the market today and why copatient exists. As an industry veteran with past executive roles at FIS Global and Alegeus Technologies, Tom will also touch upon copatient’s medical bill review and negotiation service and out-of-network claims management service and what benefit these services have to health plans, employers, brokers and TPAs.
The second guest is Simeon Schindelman, CEO of Brighton Health Plan Solutions (parent company of MagnaCare). The traditional health care system fails to align the interests of the key players, doesn’t put consumer care first and also underserves other key stakeholders, such as care providers, plan sponsors, families of patients and brokers/agents. Educating plan sponsors and plan participants about options and tradeoffs, while developing trusting relationships so they value advice being offered, will improve their ability to access and use the health care system most appropriately. In this interview, Simeon and the hosts talk about thoughtful approaches to lowering health care costs, improving quality and increasing the satisfaction of all participants in the health care system.
The final guest on this week's program is Jason Westphal, legislative analyst at TASC. As head of TASC’s Governmental Affairs team, a member of ECFC and former chief of staff in the Wisconsin State Assembly, Jason will provide listeners with insights on legislative issues pertaining to compliance for the small employer, document storage, sharing and tracking, the Employer Shared Responsibility Mandate and ERISA.