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Remember that class where they taught us how to handle the money? Neither do I. Creator and Award-Winning Blogger, Chris Peach of Money Peach, shows you exactly how to HAPPEN TO YOUR MONEY instead of your money happening to you. This is the show where you will actually learn something that you can take with you and implement right away. It’s about showing you the STEP-BY-STEP, COMMON-SENSE, and sometimes the in-you-face reality check, when it comes to BUDGETING, PAYING OFF DEBT, SAVING MONEY ...
 
Who's really in control when you buy a property? The Elephant In The Room is where the things that no one wants to talk about, actually get talked about. Veronica Morgan, real estate agent, buyers agent and co-host of Foxtel’s Location Location Location Australia & Chris Bates, financial planner, mortgage broker and wealth coach have joined forces to find out what’s really going on in the world of real estate. Veronica and Chris talk to property owners and buyers every day in their respectiv ...
 
We're Cookin' is a foodcast for home cooks, hosted by Just Simply... Cuisine in Washington, D.C. Hosts Chris Coppola Leibner and Brooke Rodgers will teach you how to cook seasonally and with real food, share stories from their JSC kitchens and gardens, introduce you to their favorite local and regional artisans, vendors, and experts of all things good food, and give you the best tips, tricks, time-savers, advice and recipes that we’ve picked up over the years!
 
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Property prices rise more rapidly in some suburbs than others and it makes one wonder - what could be behind this movement? Is it purely due to established properties in the area being in high demand, or do building projects & renovations have a hidden impact on price growth? Today, we’re joined by our resident geek Kent Lardner for this month’s Su…
 
Attorney Nick Rekieta and his crew of legal commentators rose to massive prominence during the Kyle Rittenhouse trial with their unique blend of insightful live analysis and Mystery Science Theater-style riffing. Rekieta joins the show to talk about the sudden popularity of his live streams, the absurdity of the prosecutors' behavior during the tri…
 
Kyle Rittenhouse is a free man after his acquittal on murder charges this past Friday. Adult In The Room's producer, Kenny Hitt, joins the program to help dissect the controversial "Hocus Pocus Out of Focus" video introduced by the prosecution, and to talk about why bad practices with video evidence could bite both prosecutors and defendants. Then,…
 
While we’re not fans of buying stock built by most developers, we do understand that more housing does need to be constructed. Most people see builders and developers in quite a negative light, so is it possible for them to be driven by purpose rather than profit? Shannon Peach, Director and Head of Development at Milieu, joins us as we explore the…
 
The Law of Self-Defense's Andrew Branca joins this special edition of The Adult in the Room. The jury has convened to begin deliberations after one of the most bizarre and controversial courtroom dramas in recent memory: the murder trial of Kyle Rittenhouse. Andrew gives his thoughts on the decision to put Rittenhouse on the stand, how effective he…
 
Since the latter half of 2020, the prestige property market has seen amazing growth. This segment is so exclusive that to qualify for the label, the property’s sale price needs to be over $10M in Sydney and Melbourne or $7M elsewhere, and this got us thinking, “Well, what is driving the incredible price growth we’ve been hearing about across this s…
 
We’ve been hearing a lot of suggestions on how to solve housing affordability, and one that seems most logical to many (and often hotly debated) is to increase the supply of dwellings. While that might seem like the best way to go, making it happen is not as easy as it sounds. Peter Tulip, Chief Economist at the Centre for Independent Studies, join…
 
Karl Brauer of iSeeCars.com is the guest today for a deep dive into how the current supply chain mishaps are affecting the sales & prices of both new and used cars in this country. Could this lead to a new crisis in the auto industry? Plus, a hip-hop ode to the "Let's Go Brandon" chant tops the charts despite censorship by Google, Dan Bongino is MI…
 
Property investors are often painted in an unsympathetic light by the media and blamed for housing unaffordability, but the important role we play in the economy is often kept under wraps. When it comes to policy formation, we’re largely left out of consultation, but when they need a tax grab, we’re used as pawns by politicians! Knowing this, what …
 
Whenever the property market booms, frustrated buyers often say, “This can’t go on! Surely this has to stop soon,” and it will. Booms and bursts can’t go on forever! This October, APRA has finally made a move to try and cool down the raging property market. Naturally, questions like, “Will this work?”, “What else can they do if it doesn’t?” and “Wh…
 
Have you ever wondered why some regions have only grown marginally whilst others have boomed? In this Suburb Trends report for September 2021, we’re joined by Kent Lardner as we look at where prices are moving across the country - whether up or down - and why they vary. We also dive deep into “starfish” suburbs, the rise of rentvesting, the possibl…
 
On today's edition of The Adult in the Room Podcast, Victoria welcomes two guests with a lot to say about mandates, government control and freedom. First up is radio host Todd Herman, who also gives his thoughts and memories of working with the late, great Rush Limbaugh. Then, she welcomes Dr. Chris Rake, an anesthesiologist with UCLA Medical Cente…
 
For the longest time, success has been equal to how much money and property you own, but is that really the end goal? Is that truly what success is all about? Terry Condon of The Cashflow Co. joins us as we challenge the notion that success can be measured by zeros in your bank account (or how many properties you own, for that matter). That’s not t…
 
What is a Health Savings Account (HSA) and is it a good money move for you? With open enrollment right around the corner, I am going to break down everything Health Savings Account today. Here's what you will hear on the show today: How does an Health Savings Account Work? Who is eligible and who is not? How much can I contribute to an HSA? What ar…
 
PJ Media's Stacey Lennox joins the program, and she has a lot to say about a lot of things, including parental choice in education curriculum, the continuing legal fallout from the January 6 Capitol riots, media fear-mongering driving political division & strife, and Trump's recent interference in Georgia's political process. Check out Stacey's wor…
 
As a new season begins and our second season ends, get ready to “fall” in love. The arrival of autumn welcomes a medley of hearty roots, good gourds, and herbal farm harvests. From the OBX, Chris starts off with helpful advice on when to shop for pumpkins, butternut, acorn, and carnival squash. Then, she and Brooke spice it up with perfect fall pai…
 
We’re always delighted to receive questions from you, our awesome listeners, so today, we’re going to be answering some of them! Do you need evidence for different growth rates within a suburb? Have you always wondered if apartments were better than houses? What about the so-called “lifestyle compounds” and resort style complexes? Are they investme…
 
Pass the vinaigrette, because General Mark Milley is tossing a word salad worthy of Delta House as he's grilled by Congress over the disastrous pullout from Afghanistan. Plus, useful idiot (she's legally an adult, so don't even start) Greta Thunberg whines before a global warming handshake party masquerading as a conference about how we're all eati…
 
With half of the country in lockdown and Sydney just completing its third month, much has been made about the vaccination targets of 70% and 80% of eligible adults being our golden ticket to freedom. How much have these lockdowns affected the economy and the nation’s mental health? Will Australia’s strategy for reopening do the job of balancing hea…
 
Author, veteran, columnist and attorney Kurt Schlichter returns, as cantankerously as always, to discuss the aftermath of the California recall, why accusations of widespread fraud are ridiculous, and why -- despite his conservatism -- he has no desire to leave the Golden State. He also gives his thoughts on the disastrous pullout from Afghanistan,…
 
Ice cream is back in this episode! Chris and Brooke mix it up with veteran Just Simply… Cuisine apprentice and self-taught ice cream creator, Christina Smith. Christina reflects on lessons learned from cooking with our cohosts - and how cooking connects us to one another. (01:22) Together, they reminisce about fun times in the kitchen and exchange …
 
Regardless of location, expats have had to adapt and deal with the effects of Covid. There’s been evidence of expats returning and re-occupying their properties, leading to a shortage of family homes on the rental market. We’ve also heard of people staying put because they’re reluctant to abandon a promising international career and settle for a le…
 
Do you have IRS problems or maybe worried that your tax situation may not be as good as you thought? Or, are you a victim of identity theft and the IRS is telling you owe money you really don't owe? First off — you're not alone. Whether you owe the IRS or you are trying to prove you don't owe the IRS, what are your options? What can you do right no…
 
The recall is over, and unfortunately Gavin Newsom has managed to hang on to his seat as California governor. Red State's Jennifer Van Laar joins the program to talk the post-mortem...what went wrong? What went right? And will California ever manage to get itself free from under the treads of the Democrat party machine? MORE INFO: VictoriaTaft.com …
 
Joe Biden isn't hiding his motives anymore: "This is not about freedom or personal choice," he said while announcing his unconstitutional, unenforceable plan to force employers to vaccinate their staff or face heavy fines from the Department of Labor. But could that cause more problems than it potentially solves? Plus, it's judgment day for Gavin N…
 
It’s no mystery that COVID has affected everyone in one way or another, and some effects will no doubt carry on even after the pandemic has passed. Knowing this, how different will life be when this blows over? What will the new normal look like? Today, Simon Kuestenmacher, Director of Research at the Demographics Group shares his insights into how…
 
Summer is rolling by, but lobster is rolling in! In this episode, we’re dishing buttery, herb-infused lobster on a warm roll. Steamed or sautéed. Buttered or olive-oil infused. Have it your way and toss in some rosemary or tarragon to boot - but don’t toss the shells just yet … use them to make a flavorful soup stock! (01:17) Next, Chris and Brooke…
 
We’re living in such a crazy time. COVID is still rampant globally and has more or less affected most markets for better or worse. The property market has also been affected, but how much has it been really hit? Today we’re having a chat with Martin North because we want to get a contrarian perspective. We’ll be uncovering the dark underbelly of wh…
 
Retired Marines Scott Huesing & Mike Rosen join the program to give their thoughts on the Afghanistan withdrawal fiasco, including the deaths of 13 US warriors and Joe Biden's inexcusable behavior when their remains arrived home. Learn who they believe benefits the most from the retreat, and their own personal feelings as veterans seeing their work…
 
Housing affordability is on everyone’s mind but what’s being done? In this episode, we welcome back Michelle Adair, CEO of The Housing Trust. The Housing Trust, which is the second-largest housing provider in the Illawarra, delivering subsidised rental homes to over 2000 people, with almost 1100 properties from Thirroul to Nowra. Michelle is at the…
 
Independent journalist Andy Ngô rejoins the program to talk about Portland's descent into mayhem in the past few weeks, with ANTIFA & the Proud Boys turning parts of the city into a warzone and citizens & journalists caught in the middle, often finding themselves targets for violence and intimidation. Andy discusses the city's recent attitude towar…
 
We talk to Rebeka Morgan, co-founder of the BuildHer Collective and CEO of Beirin Projects which focuses on high-end renovation and construction in Melbourne’s inner North. Rebekah worked for 14 years in construction management before becoming a developer herself and is passionate about sharing knowledge and experience, both as a tutor at Swinburne…
 
Our summer garden harvest is jarring – and we’re jarring the harvest! Brooke’s cucumber bounty becomes the base of an awesomely acidic treat: sweet pickles. Her low-sugar version features apple cider vinegar, dill, Vidalia onions and layered spices that offset the sweet and sour flavor. Try saving the brine for veggies that are past their prime! (0…
 
No one wanted or expected our troops to remain forever in Afghanistan, but the sudden pullout of US forces this week has led to a country in chaos, swiftly reconquered by the terrorist insurgents America and her allies spent 20 years trying to eradicate. Who's to blame, and can the disaster be salvaged? Retired US Army Major General Paul Vallely jo…
 
When it comes time to drive off a new car, you have three basic options: You can pay cash You can get an auto loan You can drive off with a lease But with the average price of a new car at almost $41,000, most drivers today are driving off the lot with either an auto loan or a lease. ❓ But which is better - an car lease or an auto loan? What are th…
 
A core focus of the podcast has been to uncover who you can trust and who should you avoid when buying property. Today we are joined by Daniel Butkovich, Money & Advice Editor at Domain. He writes about buying, selling, renovating and investing in property to help educate people, whether they’re just starting out or have owned property for a while,…
 
In this episode, we chat through our favourite new metric, the ‘tightly held index’. This metric quantifies the amount and type of property that are currently held long term including additional data points that maps out the possible reason for these properties being tightly held. Kent breaks down the data of recent suburb price movement, looking o…
 
We’ve invited Rob Broadhead, CEO of 2020 Fire Protection; member of NSW Govt’s Fire Safety Steering Committee and a Board Director of the Fire Protection Association of Australia. Rob has been in the fire protection industry since 1992, and has contributed to Australian Standards and helped draft fire protection training for Strata and Facility Man…
 
What’s southern, seasonal, and oh-so-sweet? Peaches! Chris and Brooke are serving a full dish of the succulent stone fruit, and they share creative concoctions featuring char-grilled peach halves drizzled with reduced white balsamic. (2:47) Tip of the week: Save those used vanilla bean pods and drop them into your bottle of bourbon for bourbon vani…
 
Joining us today to discuss the aftermath of lockdowns in Melbourne on the property market is Jarrod McCabe, buyers agent and director of Wakelin’s Property Advisory. Jarrod’s property career spans two decades covering valuations and investment advice and has played a critical role in adapting to purchasing property during periods of lockdown. With…
 
On the show today I am breaking down the Cash-Out Refinance strategy. Many people are noticing a high uptick in the value of their homes, and with this uptick in value comes an increase in home equity. So what can you do with the equity in your home, how does it work, and what are the risks? In this episode I am going to break down: How to calculat…
 
How do online auctions work and will they last? In this episode we discuss how properties are selling during the most recent lockdown. Today we have Jesse Davidson, the chief auctioneer and director at AuctionWorks. Just as home buyers and sellers have had to conform to the new normal, industry professionals adapt to restrictions and their customer…
 
With current movements is buying rural properties still viable? Matt Knight, prolific rural buyers agent of Precium breaks down the numbers and answers our regional based questions. Matt Knight made his own sea change 14 years ago, now has helped clients in a similar position to purchase their regional property, covering an area from Wollongong rig…
 
We're joined by author, economist & commentator John Lott, who was invited to speak at what he and others were told was an elaborate graduation for an online high school in Las Vegas, only to find out the entire setup was just a marketing ploy by a Madison Avenue agency on behalf of anti-gun groups, which edited his remarks to appear callous and di…
 
On the show today is America's #1 Money Mentor, Chris Naugle. I'll be honest — I brought Chris to have a conversation on a topic we don't agree on...infinite banking. If you haven't heard of infinite banking before, you're perfectly normal. It's not a very popular term in the financial world and most financial gurus like Dave Ramsey and Suze Orman …
 
Property stories are on the tip of everyone’s tongue when they’ve been successful and glaringly absent when their landlord dreams have gone down the drain. The property market has made rapid shifts within the last 6 months with parcels of land transacting for a fortune, but how did they do it? With capital growth being the most critical element of …
 
In this episode we’re answering some of our listener questions. We’ll be covering how to maximise borrowing on a low income, what agents mean by ‘expressions of interest”, borrowing from overseas, the research needed when buying your first investment property, dealing with “best and final offers” in a hot market and what due diligence do buyers age…
 
Today, we’re serving tomatoes and bacon all day, as we invite you to our summer favorites! Our cohosts discover deals and fresh finds at their favorite farmers markets and reveal the go-to markets in the OBX and New England. (1:10) Tomatillos, anyone? The ladies update us on their latest home garden discoveries. (3:10) If you listened to our pizza …
 
What makes prices go up and what data sources can you use to predict the movements?Jeremy Sheppard is the Head of Select Residential Property. Before joining SRP, Jeremy created a suburb scoring algorithm called the DSR (Demand to Supply Ratio). The DSR has been featured in Australian Property Investor magazine and Your Investment Property magazine…
 
There are so many strategies to building wealth and we try to explore all of them on this show. Today I am interviewing an expert in multifamily real estate investing - Gino Barbaro. Gino, and his partner Jake, are both experts in multifamily real estate investing and have achieved. They are NOT from the financial world...meaning they didn't get a …
 
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