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The Washington State Real Estate Investing Podcast is geared towards real estate investors who want to grow their network and their real estate portfolio in Washington State. We know how diverse Washington state is and what works in one market, say Tacoma, might not work in another market, say Yakima. Our goal is to bring you insight into different markets across the state. Talking with real estate professionals from wholesalers and real estate agents to contractors, loan officers and of cou ...
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I'm Ken Jones, an award-winning real estate sales and valuation professional since 1971. I coach and train residential and commercial real estate agents to help them become top producers generating their own high-quality leads and lowering their expenses. The Ken Jones Real Estate Show concentrates on real estate issues of importance to both residential and commercial real estate agents as well as real estate investors. In the show, I discuss using my multi-synchronous marketing strategies t ...
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Helping people working in all areas of the real estate industry find financial freedom. Join us as we interview the top minds in the industry to see how they used real estate in all ways, shapes and forms to find their own financial freedom. Whether you're a real estate agent, a real estate investor, a real estate syndicator, or you have a business inside of real estate, we want to highlight how you're using it to build time and financial freedom. Want to be a guest on REL Freedom? Contact u ...
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911WealthNetwork.com Founder and Host, Dave Knight is a full time Police Officer who outside the workplace has been able to grow a multi-million dollar rental income portfolio. First Responders Wealth Network Real Estate Investing Podcast was created to help ALL First Responders become educated and exposed to the possibilities of real estate investing, the strategies used to grow your wealth, and to stop relying on your paycheque and pensions alone. Top millionaire investors, industry leadin ...
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The FlipNerd real estate investing podcast brings you access to expert real estate investors and other awesome entrepreneurs such as: Matt Theriault (of Epic Real Estate), Bill Tan, Larry Muck, Andrew Waite (Personal Real Estate Investor Magazine), Bill Bronchick, Charles Dobens, Ray higdon, Jeremy Veldman, Jean Norton (Rehabbing Remotely), Clint Coons (Anderson Advisors), Jason Medley (Collective Genius), Cory Boatright, Tony Alvarez, Kathy Fetke (Real Wealth Network), Shaun McCloskey (Life ...
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Global Investment Voice

Mona Shah & Associates Global

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Global Investment Voice covers the United States immigrant investor EB-5 visa program that attracts foreign capital into the U.S. and creates jobs for American workers. It also covers various Citizenship By Investment (CBI) programs from around the world. Hosted by Mona Shah, Rebecca Singh, Mark Deal, as well as other attorney and investment leaders walk through the program from a legal perspective, business development factors as well as investor return and residency considerations. If you ...
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Adnan Vadria is a Commercial Real Estate Broker and Investor based in the United States. At the moment, he is part of the ARC Real Estate Group. As soon as Adnan graduated from Georgia State University, he became an entrepreneur and established a number of businesses. He always held different positions such as Business Start-up, Multiple Locations for a retail company, and Asset Manager, and since 2019, he has been more involved in Real Estate Investments. Development and Acquisitions of Com ...
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Explore the unseen paths to success with Erika & Abi. Our guests range from industry leaders, innovators, and artists each with a story that will inspire and inform. Subscribe to join our community of curious and passionate listeners. Erika: NYC Affordable Housing Director turned full-time land investor and entrepreneur. Her company, Gokce Capital, buys and sells land throughout the United States. Don't miss her insightful book, "Land Investing Mistakes," now on Amazon. Abi: Wall Street tech ...
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With over 35 years of experience in real estate and real estate notes, Kevin has purchased, renovated & resold over 150 properties and transacted $30+ million in private mortgages. Having delivered over 200 live presentations in the past ten years, Kevin is a highly skilled instructor and is well-known in the industry for his deep knowledge of market conditions and trends. Through interviews and solo casts, you will learn how to combine the best real estate investment techniques with the bes ...
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Note Night in America

The "Note Guy" Scott Carson

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Each Monday night, real estate investors from all across the United States and world are tuning into Note Night in America! For the last three years, Scott Carson, CEO of WeCloseNotes.com (http://WeCloseNotes.com), and his tribe of note and real estate investors come together almost every Monday night for coaching and guest interviews. Scott helps his nation of note investors with specific subjects taking place in their real estate businesses like marketing, workouts, raising capital and fin ...
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How to Quit Your Job and become a full-time real estate investor! REI.Today will provide short 9-minute shows each weekday that tell you which strategies (like flipping, wholesaling, rentals, private lending, etc.) are working RIGHT NOW... along with introduction to PEOPLE who are successfully using those strategies and connections to the TOOLS that make your life as a real estate investor easier, more fun and more profitable! This show is all about REALITY... no theory or fluff. Just action ...
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The Note Closers Show Podcast covers everything you don’t know about real estate investing today, specifically the world of note investing. Scott Carson, CEO of We Close Notes, interviews experts in the note investing field, including vendors he works with, and students he has trained. Prepare to be educated and entertained on the secrets of how you can control millions of dollars’ worth of property for pennies on the dollar, through investing in distressed real estate notes. Scott and his s ...
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Real Estate Investing Secrets - FlipNerd (Video Version)

FlipNerd.com | Mike Hambright - Real Estate Investing Master Mind

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The FlipNerd real estate investing podcast brings you access to expert real estate investors and other awesome entrepreneurs such as: Matt Theriault (of Epic Real Estate), Bill Tan, Larry Muck, Andrew Waite (Personal Real Estate Investor Magazine), Bill Bronchick, Charles Dobens, Ray higdon, Jeremy Veldman, Jean Norton (Rehabbing Remotely), Clint Coons (Anderson Advisors), Jason Medley (Collective Genius), Cory Boatright, Tony Alvarez, Kathy Fetke (Real Wealth Network), Shaun McCloskey (Life ...
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Do you want to invest in real estate but don't know where to begin? Are you already in business but find it difficult to enjoy the fruits of your labor? Real estate investing is the most reliable and surefire way to amass wealth in the United States, but it's not always a fun ride. You can alter that reality. Success comes with its share of growing pains; don't limit yourself. Take the time to enjoy the fruits of your real estate investments instead. Learn the strategies, mindset, emotional ...
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Now on YouTube!Millennial Market Talk - The Best Mortgage Podcast for Millennials with Mark Jones, Daily Mortgage & Real Estate Update in Minutes from a Millennials Perspective. This is for Consumers and industry Professionals to stay current with what's going on in our world.Mortgage & Real Estate News & Updates, Daily Millennial Mortgage Updates, Industry Hot Topics, Tips, & Education for Consumers, Realtors, Brokers, & Lenders. Daily Millennial Mortgage Update | Mark JonesVisit https://ww ...
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Welcome to the Cashflow Diary, where new and experienced investors come to take confident action towards their goals. Your host is a family man, a real estate entrepreneur, investor, coach and instructor. As a master facilitator of Robert Kiyosaki’s Cashflow 101 game, he’s inspired many to begin their journey into creating cashflow for themselves and their families. Mr. J. Massey has nearly a decade of experience in the areas of financial services and real estate. He currently serves as Pres ...
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The Note Closers Show Podcast covers everything you don’t know about real estate investing today, specifically the world of note investing. Scott Carson, CEO of We Close Notes, interviews experts in the note investing field, including vendors he works with, and students he has trained. Prepare to be educated and entertained on the secrets of how you can control millions of dollars’ worth of property for pennies on the dollar, through investing in distressed real estate notes. Scott and his s ...
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This Month In Real Estate Investing is the monthly United States Real Estate Investor show featuring your favorite REI personalities discussing the month’s news, trends, economics, culture, and much more. This Month's News Items:• Ridiculous Rent Increases Leave Vegas Tenants Struggling • Passed House Bill Broadens Accredited Investor Definition • …
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In a landmark decision, the National Association of Realtors has agreed to a $418M settlement, fundamentally altering the landscape for buyers, sellers, and investors. ⁠⁠⁠⁠Click here to read the full news report with content extras.⁠⁠⁠⁠ If you'd like to get started in real estate investing, download our free guide, 5 Step Beginners Guide To Real Es…
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Do you own a home, but still struggle financially? You're not alone. A recent report by Lending Tree reveals surprising statistics on homeownership rates among low-income Americans. In this episode, we'll break down the key findings of the Lending Tree study and explore: The surprising number of homeowners living in poverty. The factors contributin…
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Russia-China relations have reached unprecedented levels according to Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. Lavrov arrived in Beijing for a two-day official visit on Monday with the two countries looking to further solidify diplomatic ties. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Food price data showed prices in March were up just 0.7 percent compared to a year earlier – the smallest increase in food prices in three years. CEO of Foodstuffs North Island Chris Quin tells Heather du Plessis-Allan the business must keep challenging itself to evolve every way it can to remove costs. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for …
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Sport journalist Lavina Good and ZB Rugby commentator Paul Allison discuss the need for a shake-up in domestic netball and World Netball’s decision to ban transgender athletes. Also, has the NRL had its best start to the season at the expense of a long injury list? LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Pseudoephedrine will be back on the shelves quicker than previously thought. MedSafe has approved 11 medicines that contain the chemical and suppliers say stocks should be in New Zealand by June. Pseudoephedrine-based treatments were banned in 2011, but the new Government has overtured the ban. Owner of Mangawhai Pharmacy Lanny Wong tells Heather d…
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A 15 year-old boy has been critically injured after being run over multiple times on Wednesday evening in Ngaruawahia. Police are currently treating it as a targeted attack. Detective Inspector Darrell Harpur wants to reassure the community that the attack is not random. He tells Heather du Plessis-Allan police are appealing for information on the …
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New Zealand has firmly shifted further to the US after Winston Peters met with US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken overnight. Former NZ Ambassador to the US Tim Groser tells Heather du Plessis-Allan that the move is not a new direction from where we were before the change of government. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informa…
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New Zealand has given the nod to the US Secretary of State that we will sign up to AUKUS, following Winston Peters’ visit to Washington DC. Senior political correspondent Barry Soper tells Heather du Plessis-Allan we could be biting the hand that feeds us as the latest trade figures between New Zealand and China reach over $40 billion. Meanwhile, P…
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US Correspondent Dan Mitchinson reflects on the trial of O.J. Simpson, and his time working with homicide detective Mark Furham. Plus, New Zealand wine is making more inroads into the United States with a new campaign ‘Pour yourself a glass of New Zealand’. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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A sleep-in my have helped Ryan Fox forget his recent woes as he recorded a red hot 31 on the front nine to hold the lead through 12 holes at the opening major of the year before carding a three-under 69 at Augusta National. Plus, Piney predicts the Wellington Phoenix’s highest ever regular season finish. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for…
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O.J. Simpson, the American football star and Hollywood actor who was acquitted of charges he killed his former wife and her friend in a trial that mesmerised the American public but was later found liable in a separate civil case, has died aged 76. Lawyer and commentator Charles Rosenberg tells Heather du Plessis-Allan that celebrities often enter …
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Dan O'Halloran leads the O'Halloran Group, a residential real estate team based out of the Lake Sunapee Region of New Hampshire, along with his wife Christina. In addition to their team, consisting of a handful of agents and admin staff, they also own the office building that they use, as well as a few other properties and a lake home that also ser…
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Over in the UK, there's concern around an uptick in counterfeit stamps. Consumers have been warned to be on the lookout for these fake stamps- which investigations indicate have been sent through by China. UK correspondent Enda Brady explains why China could be doing this to the nation. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informati…
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Tonight on The Huddle, Jack Tame from ZB's Saturday Mornings and Q&A and Jordan Williams from the Taxpayers' Union joined in on a discussion about the following issues of the day- and more! Shortland Street is the latest program set to be cut, as TVNZ considers the fate of the series. Is this proof our viewing habits have changed? Could it be saved…
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Are all these lawsuits against NAR and the major real estate brokerage firms providing a valuable service to the general public? Did the Biden Administration play a part in generating or promoting these lawsuits? If not, why did the Department of Justice (DOJ) get involved in them? Why is it only the residential real estate brokerage sector of the …
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After Japan's massive asset bubble burst in 1989, the region experienced 30 years with inflation, interest rates and wage growth remaining near zero. That seems to be changing, with speculation suggesting Japan could develop a 'normal' economy in the post-Covid years. Sam Dickie from Fisher Funds explains what this means for investors. LISTEN ABOVE…
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A day full of reminiscing for The Country radio show today as it celebrates 30 years on air. The programme formerly known as the Farming Show had humble beginnings at the Gore Showgrounds, on Radio Hokonui in 1994. Producer Rowena Duncum recapped the station's biggest moments. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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It's been a big time for job cuts, with multiple roles being slashed over the past month. The public service has posted several high-profile job cuts, and over 300 media roles disappeared following the TVNZ and Newshub culls. Telecommunications giants like One NZ have also laid off hundreds of workers - and the closure of Sunfed and Kate Sylvester …
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Willie Jackson's launched a broadside attack on the Broadcasting Minister, saying she's missing in action. With Newshub's closure announced this week and four shows chopped at TVNZ, Melissa Lee's under pressure to offer a plan for levelling the media playing field against the likes of Facebook and Google. ZB political correspondent Barry Soper says…
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Over in Australia, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese aims to scale up clean energy incentives and advanced manufacturing through a new initiative. The Future Made in Australia scheme promises to boost existing programs and add new ones to boost various industries. Australian correspondent Sam Emery says Albanese is enacting these measures to ease fea…
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Housing Minister Chris Bishop has confirmed a suite of changes will be made to the Residential Tenancies Act. A bill being introduced to Parliament will bring back 90-day no-cause terminations for periodic tenancies, which were removed by Labour last term. Property Investors Federation President Sue Harrison says the return of no-cause rental termi…
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There's confusion and frustration surrounding the surgical centre sitting empty at Auckland's North Shore Hospital. It was originally set to open this month after several delays, but the date has been pushed back with no opening in sight. Health Minister Dr Shane Reti says the scope of the project has changed - and has only just passed council cons…
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One Kiwi athlete bound for the upcoming Paris Olympics is pleased to hear about the latest offer from World Athletics. The governing body plans to give gold medallists a cash prize of $84,000. Olympic shot-putter Tom Walsh says this is a good step forward from World Athletics. "It's good to see that World Athletics have come to the party and are pa…
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There's fresh calls to investigate the use of puberty blockers for Kiwi youth who identify as transgender following research out of the UK. The Ministry of Health has been reviewing puberty blockers since 2022- but there's been no word confirming they plan to follow the UK's lead and block use of the drug for under-18s. Starship paediatric endocrin…
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Labour's broadcasting spokesman says the Government cannot afford not to help Newshub. Media Minister Melissa Lee is facing growing questions about how she'll support the embattled industry, with Newshub closing in July. Labour's Willie Jackson says turning to New Zealand On Air could be a stop-gap solution. He says the Government could mediate wit…
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The likes of Hamish Kerr, Eliza McCartney and Tom Walsh could pocket $84,000 if they win gold for New Zealand at Paris. World Athletics has made the move to introduce prize money for the Games, beginning with track and field. Sportstalk host D'Arcy Waldegrave explains further. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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There's concerns over the safety of Boeing's 787-Dreamliner aircrafts. A long-time company engineer claims sections of plane fuselage are improperly fastened - and could weaken over time. The US Federal Aviation Administration is investigating. Aviation commentator, Geoffrey Thomas, says neither Airbus or Boeing make the engines, wheels, seats or u…
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Shortland Street is now apparently in trouble. TVNZ has just confirmed it is reviewing whether it carries on with Shortland Street. It's still a popular show, but unfortunately it's very expensive to make and very expensive for TVNZ to buy. And given TV audiences are down to about a third of what they were about 15, 25 years ago -it won’t be bringi…
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Over in their UK, the NHS has confirmed they will stop prescribing puberty blockers for under-18s. A review by Dr Hilary Cass claimed there were 'gaps in evidence' around the drugs- and puberty blockers will no longer be given out to minors as a result. UK correspondent Gavin Grey says Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has voiced support for these changes…
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Tonight on The Huddle, Josie Pagani from Child Fund and Nick Mills from ZB's Wellington Mornings joined in on a discussion about the following issues of the day- and more! It's the final blow for Newshub, as it was officially confirmed the newsroom will shut down for good on July 5th. Could it have been saved? A petition to ensure free school lunch…
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The Reserve Bank confirmed they'll hold the OCR in place at 5.5 percent. This falls in line with predictions that the OCR update would follow on from February's release. Milford Asset Management Sam Trethewey says some of the market was hoping for a reprieve- and they were left disappointed. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy info…
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The Reserve Bank held the OCR steady at 5.5 percent, but warned people about the risk that came with increased rates. Governor Adrian Orr says rates will need to stay high for a sustained period- and warned this could lead to more unemployment and financial stress 'than expected'. NZ Herald Wellington business editor Jenee Tibshraeny says the RBNZ'…
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The Broadcasting Minister says media is a priority for the Government, despite it being absent from the quarterly plan. It's been a dark day for media, with Newshub's closure confirmed for July and TVNZ axing its Sunday show alongside Fair Go, Midday and Tonight. Melissa Lee says she's taking a paper to Cabinet she hopes will help the industry, alt…
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The Arizona Supreme Court recently ruled that a 160-year-old abortion ban can be enforced by the state. The law was first established in 1864 - preceding Arizona becoming a state - and it makes abortion punishable by two to five years in prison, unless the mother's life is at risk. US correspondent Dan Mitchinson says this change could turn Arizona…
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Two tech giants claim they've found a way to make AI smarter - and more human-like. OpenAI and Meta have revealed they plan to launch artificial intelligence models capable of reasoning, planning and storing memory. Being AI co-founder David McDonald says this technology opens up new opportunities for various industries. "It has profound impacts on…
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The Media Minister says the Broadcasting Act needs updating to ensure a level playing field. Warner Brothers Discovery has confirmed Newshub will shut July 5. TVNZ has also confirmed plans to cut its Midday, Tonight, Fair Go and Sunday shows. Media Minister Melissa Lee says she's written a cabinet paper, but wouldn't give any further details. "Ther…
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Swapping red meat for herring, sardines and anchovies could save thousands of lives and help tackle the climate crisis, according to new research. According to BMJ Global Health, red meat consumption is linked to an increase in diet-related diseases and replacing it with forage fish could save 750,000 lives in the long run. Kingi restaurant owner a…
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A sad day for Newshub staff with closure confirmed, and about 250 jobs lost. Warner Bros. Discovery have told staff there's no planned deal 'at this stage' with third parties. Newshub investigations reporter Michael Morrah says it's tough. "It's a huge loss for the country and for democracy- and of course, it's devastating for us here at Newshub." …
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A mortgage adviser says New Zealanders are feeling the strain of heavy home loan rates. The Reserve Bank's held the Official Cash Rate at 5.5 percent. Adviser Malcolm Knight says a lot of home owners are asking for interest-only periods or loan repayment holidays. "If you can get through this next 12 to 18 month period- just hunker down, get throug…
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As you know, truancy has been a topic of some discussion in the last week, especially with Associate Education Minster David Seymour's plans to get kids back into class. I've been puzzling over it, especially since it popped up last week, over why it is that we have this truancy problem and why we have parents on both ends of the parenting spectrum…
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Looking to dive into the note investing game but don't know where to start? Are you getting lists in from note sellers but don't have a clue how to slice apart the tape to find the deals and avoid the duds? Then this episode is just for you! In this episode, Scott Carson breaks down a list of 345 mostly performing notes from a seller and shares his…
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Spain will scrap its 'golden visa' program geared towards foreigners who make significant investments in real estate. The program rewarded foreign investors who invested at least 500,000 euros in property to live and work in Spain for three years. UK correspondent Enda Brady says these investors were locking locals out of the property market- and P…
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Tonight on the Huddle, Matt Heath from Radio Hauraki and broadcaster Paddy Gower joined in on a discussion about the following issues of the day- and more! The Government has unveiled a scheme designed to combat truancy- including publishing weekly attendance data, giving parents health guidance to decide if a child's sick enough to miss school and…
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New Zealand's bracing itself for another downpour- but it's not all bad news. Severe rain is expected to hit the country, and farmers across the drought-stricken South Island are hoping this forecast breaks a months-long dry spell. The Country's Jamie Mackay says some farmers have had to truck in water to keep things going. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystu…
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A new report from the Climate Change Commission warned New Zealand will need to tackle methane emissions to keep up with 2050 climate goals. The report warned that the nation would have to reduce stock rates by 23 percent for dairy, and 12 percent for sheep and beef by the 2050 deadline. BusinessDesk managing editor Pattrick Smellie unpacked the po…
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It's a good polling day for the Green Party. The latest Taxpayers' Union Curia survey has the Greens up 3.3 points to 14.6 percent. ZB senior political correspondent Barry Soper says this is down to Chlöe Swarbrick - following on from some rocky months for the Party. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Ahead of tomorrow's OCR update, one expert is challenging the Reserve Bank to start cutting rates ASAP. The Official Cash Rate is widely expected to stay at 5.5 percent, but Squirrel CEO David Cunningham believes the RBNZ should ease up. Cunningham says monetary policy changes have a one to two-year lag before they flow through to the wider economy…
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Inland Revenue is sending the construction sector a final warning to get on top of business tax obligations. 40,000 businesses with outstanding debt and overdue returns will be sent emails and letters in the coming months. Inland Revenue spokesperson Richard Philp says the current outstanding tax debt sits just shy of a billion dollars. "We'll be w…
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