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The Fine Homebuilding Podcast embodies Fine Homebuilding magazine's commitment to the preservation of craftsmanship and the advancement of home performance in residential construction. Hosted by the magazine's editors, The FHB Podcast is an informal but vigorous show about the techniques and principles that allow listeners to master their design and building challenges.
 
Make Money with Real Estate Investing and House Flipping! Tucker Merrihew, a successful Real Estate entrepreneur, shares his experience and knowledge and teaches listeners about real estate investing and house flipping in this weekly podcast. Hear about successes, failures, lessons learned, what works and how Tucker operates a successful Real Estate Investment Company. This podcast will include a wealth of how-to information as well as cover actual real estate deals and how to get started in ...
 
Remodelers On The Rise by Kyle Hunt is a podcast designed to inspire remodeling entrepreneurs like yourself. Practical tips, high-level strategy, specific examples, and information that you can grab and implement into your remodeling business. The goal is to empower you to make your remodeling business more enjoyable, profitable, and enable you more freedom in your business and life.
 
Sell your own home online using internet marketing secrets with the Big, Bad Home Sale.This is the creative real estate solution Sherri and Steve Rosenbaum used to sell their home in 3 weeks with their private sale.Learn how to sell your home by owner, FAST...get fair market value, and don’t pay real estate commission.Also for builders, real estate investors, foreclosures, and those who want to flip this house. Brought to you by http://BigBadHomeSale.com .
 
Welcome to RENO RADIO with Australia's Renovation Royalty, Naomi Findlay. This podcast is for anyone interested in renovating design and styling. Whether it is for wealth, for fun or just to create your dream home! Each week, Naomi will bring you valuable tips and insider secrets to help you nail your renovations (excuse the pun!) Having renovated 117 properties herself, Naomi loves to help create healthy, wealthy and beautiful spaces to live in and share. Thanks for spending some time with ...
 
Your weekly dose of dream home inspiration, with clever hacks and tips from the very best dream home and lifestyle experts. Plus 'real-life reno' stories from Mornington Peninsula locals. THIS POPULAR MORNINGTON PENINSULA LIVE RADIO SHOW IS NOW AVAILABLE AS A PODCAST! Hosted by Jo Violeta; a coastal loving mum of 2, gardening and renovating novice and one half of the Violeta Finance team. Each week I interview a dream home expert or 'real-life reno' guest.
 
Maine Architects Chris Briley and Phil Kaplan share their experience, knowledge, music preferences, and cocktail recipes. --Imagine going to a Building Energy conference, donning your name tag lanyard, attending a great session on an interesting topic, taking a bunch of notes, and filling your quota of power point slides for the year. This podcast is nothing like that. This is like going out to a bar afterward with the speaker and fellow architects and talking about that forum session. --Chr ...
 
The Building Performance Podcast is an interview series drawing on the experience and ideas of a wide array of professionals in the high performance building industry. The intersection of advances in building technologies, the energy crisis, green building trends, and the environmental crisis has made it hard to pursue business-as-usual. The general climate is forcing those of us in the building industry to take a more integrated, systematic approach to building. We talk with engineers, poli ...
 
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In this episode of the Planned Solutions Incorporated Podcast, The Price to Earnings (PE) ratio is often used to determine whether stocks are attractively priced or too expensive. However, the PE ratio can become an inverse indicator during times of economic and market turbulence as short-term earnings reports may not be a reasonable estimate of a …
 
"Why did they pick THAT contractor? How are those decisions made?" This episode with Jean Brownhill will help answer those questions. What you'll get out of this construction podcast episode: - Some red flags your customers are watching out for with you. - What is the ideal contract delivery method? Lump sum, cost plus, GMP, T&M? - Common trends in…
 
In this episode, we speak with Property Manager Jo Natoli from The Rental Specialists about the changes to NSW tenancy laws as of 23 March 2020. This is the final episode of a 3 part series! HERE’S WHAT YOU’LL LEARN FROM TODAY’S EPISODE: How often smoke alarms need to be checked? Who is authorised to replace removable batteries in smoke alarms? Wha…
 
The US director of national intelligence has warned that Iran and Russia are attempting to influence American voters before the November 3 US election, Tesla delivered a fifth straight quarterly profit in the three months to the end of September, and one of the biggest US public pension funds has frozen new investments with Apollo Global Management…
 
Snap posted record revenues and attracted the highest-ever number of advertisers to its platform in the third quarter, and the US Department of Justice has accused Google of suppressing competition in internet search. Plus, the FT’s west coast editor, Richard Waters, explains how the US and Europe are handling the regulation of big tech in very dif…
 
Bram Weitzman with Bram Weitzman Renovations is coming back on today's show for some more coaching. He's made progress since the last time he was on. I'm confident that you'll learn and find things to improve in your business while he and I discuss: His new Design/Build Process, markup, why he's holding off on hiring another employee right now, new…
 
US stocks slid on Monday as a deadline on US stimulus talks looms and coronavirus cases continue to rise, and ConocoPhillips is betting on a post-pandemic oil recovery with its plans to buy Concho Resources for $9.7bn. Plus, the FT’s greater China correspondent, Kathrin Hille, explains why Chinese companies of all stripes are rushing into the count…
 
Economists worry rising coronavirus infections and fresh government restrictions will cut short the region’s recent recovery, and UK chancellor Rishi Sunak is preparing to release tens of millions of pounds to end a coronavirus restriction deadlock with leaders in Greater Manchester. Plus, investors are keeping a close eye on sterling as the Brexit…
 
Mark Switzer, Value Pro Remodeling & Maintenance joins Kyle for a mini and live coaching call on today's show! A few topics he wants to talk about: - Utilizing technology effectively - Setting Expectations for your projects - Aging in place renovations Kyle also asks him about a cool text message thing that he has automated when he missed a call on…
 
The World Health Organization has found the Covid-19 treatment remdesivir does little to prevent deaths and Boris Johnson could push Brexit talks into crisis on Friday. Plus, the FT’s Washington bureau chief Demetri Sevastopulo explains why suburban women might be the key to victory when it comes to the US presidential election. Remdesivir has litt…
 
In Episode 342, Elliot and Cole host Seattle investor and home builder Greg Lynch with Enfort Homes! Greg and his wife Gina, build 30-40 high-end luxury homes per year, so there's a lot that can be learned here about business, life, and going after your goals. Greg discusses the mindset you need to have in order to achieve this level of success whe…
 
Struggling with customer communication chaos? Here are 4 strategies. What you'll get out of this construction podcast episode: How to lead your customers with systems. A thinking trap to avoid that is the root cause of a lot of communication chaos. Why you're not a call center. How to "batch communication." Using your project management software as…
 
In this episode, friend of the show Claudia Brdar explains how to make your chosen interior design style for your home This episode is part of a very special DIY renovation series. ⠀ Claudia from @therenovateavenue and Founder of the DIY Renovation Academy will join us once a month on the show to take you through EVERYTHING you need to know to DIY …
 
France and the Netherlands jointly issued a call for the bloc’s competition authorities to take pre-emptive measures against big tech companies, and investors have been unimpressed by recent US bank earnings despite lower loan loss provisions. Plus, the FT’s Dave Lee explains whether Amazon will be able to handle the logistical hurdles thrown its w…
 
In this episode of the Planned Solutions Incorporated Podcast, Given all of the challenges that 2020 has brought, charitable contributions are more important than ever. Fortunately, there are a number of ways that donors can give in a financially smart way that will both benefit their finances and help the charities that they want to support. This …
 
The EU has been given the green light to hit almost $4bn of US goods with punitive tariffs in retaliation for illegal state aid to Boeing, and the IMF said the coronavirus crisis will wreak “lasting damage” on people’s living standards across the world. Plus, some hedge funds are betting that the best days for the stock market’s coronavirus winners…
 
US stocks built on last week’s rally with investors assessing US presidential election polls that show a strong lead for former vice-president Joe Biden, and unemployment looks set to hit the UK’s youth the hardest with the country’s economy facing a sharp slowdown. Plus, the FT’s US finance editor, Rob Armstrong, explains why US banks might sudden…
 
EU regulators are drawing up a “hit list” of up to 20 large internet companies that will be subject to new and far more stringent rules, and government ministers of poor and indebted nations plead for more ambitious debt relief programmes. Plus, FT’s Brexit editor David Bond speaks with Sam Fleming and Victor Mallet about how European countries are…
 
Tensions between Washington and Beijing reflect a shift in how America views Asia’s superpower. We'll look at how both Joe Biden and Donald Trump are handling China in the presidential campaign. Plus, why a Silicon Valley start-up has decided to disrupt whiskey. How the US elite became hawks on Xi’s China https://www.ft.com/content/75ce186e-41f7-4a…
 
In Episode 341, Elliot and Cole host AJ Osborne! AJ is a well known investor that focuses a lot of his business on self storage units and is expanding into other asset classes of real estate investing. Tune in for a great show where AJ breaks down his business and talks about the challenges he has gone through and the mindset you must have when tak…
 
The federal government recently announced proposed changes to responsible lending obligations. If you’ve consumed any media coverage on this topic, then chances are you’ve heard that it’s a bad thing. And well, I wouldn’t blame you for thinking that removing responsible lending obligations is a bad thing, I mean we all want banks to lend money resp…
 
Eli Lilly, a US drugmaker, has applied for an emergency authorisation of its Covid-19 antibody in the US. According to documents seen by the Financial Times, the Vatican invested donations for the needy in derivatives that bet on the creditworthiness of Hertz. And the FBI picks up the case of two men found dead in a hotel room in Missouri; British …
 
Today Kyle interviews Keith and Jeanne Liston of Liston Design Build in St. Charles, MO. They cover: The transition from Construction to Design-Build - in particular, what they learned from their name change Lessons learned from the transition from dad to son in ownership And more!
 
In this episode, we speak with Property Manager Jo Natoli from The Rental Specialists about the changes to NSW tenancy laws as of 23 March 2020. This is episode 2 of 3 on Rental Reforms. HERE’S WHAT YOU’LL LEARN FROM TODAY’S EPISODE: The change in rental increases and how often can they occur in your tenancy? Who is liable for water charges and how…
 
Donald Trump abruptly broke off talks with congressional Democrats on a new fiscal stimulus package until after next month’s presidential election, and economists estimate the coronavirus pandemic has put millions more workers across the developed world out of jobs than official unemployment statistics suggest. Plus, why US department store chain M…
 
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