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Don’t get caught off guard by market crashes that can take all your money down with them. And don’t miss out on markets where you can build wealth practically overnight. Real Estate News for Investors with Kathy Fettke is the premiere source for savvy real estate investors who want the edge. Stay up-to-date on new laws, regulations, and economic events that affect real estate. Topics include: market trends, economic analysis that affects housing prices, updates on the best rental markets for ...
 
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Choosing between an Airbnb and a hotel will now include COVID-19 risk factors for many people, and at first glance, some travelers may think hotels are better at keeping things clean. But there are several factors to consider when choosing a place to stay overnight, including cleaning and disinfecting procedures. Both lodging options have their ben…
 
States across the nation are giving businesses the green light to reopen, but where are the employees? It seems that a very generous unemployment bonus, authorized by the CARES Act, may be contributing to a decision to remain unemployed. The government is handing out a $600-a-week bonus on top of regular unemployment benefits/ Now, many are getting…
 
The panelists talk to Alex Chalkias, a product manager at Ubuntu, about tools and services Ubuntu has developed for managing containers, Kubernetes, telco workflows, live updating, and much more! Panelists Nell Shamrell-Harrington Scott Nixon Guest Alex Chalkias Sponsors Gravitational Teleport: SSH Properly! CacheFly "The MaxCoders Guide to Finding…
 
In this Real Estate News Brief for the week ending May 23rd, 2020... we have a new start to the economy, builder confidence, and markets where home prices are rising. We begin with economic news from this past week, and the beginnings of an economic reopening for all 50 states. Although reopening guidelines are different from state to state, many a…
 
While many short-term rental owners can’t attract guests right now, others can’t get rid of them. There’s word that wealthy guests are squatting in fancy summer rentals because of the coronavirus ban on evictions. That’s putting owners in a tough spot. There’s word that property owners are worried they could miss out on the summer tourist season. I…
 
The Florida governor is taking steps to restart the vacation rental business but some short-term rental operators are not very happy about the rules. Governor Ron DeSantis banned most short-term rentals in March, while allowing hotels and other kinds of lodging to remain open. Some have filed a lawsuit over a vacation rental ban that they feel has …
 
On this episode of This Week in Linux, We’ve got a lot of news related to Linux Mobile like UBPorts’ Ubuntu Touch OTA-12, a plethora of Pine64 news, and MauiKit 1.1.0 was released. We’ll also talk about the current Beta release of KDE’s Plasma 5.19. We’ve got many more project releases like Pi-hole 5.0, Ubuntu… Read more…
 
Panelist Scott Nixon, DevOps Automation Engineer at Stelligent, leads the Nell and Tyler in a discussion about AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK). They discuss the evolution of Infrastructure-as-Code on AWS from using the SDKs, CloudFormation, and now CDK. Panelists Nell Shamrell-Harrington Scott Nixon Tyler Bird Sponsors Gravitational Teleport: SSH P…
 
In this Real Estate News Brief for the week ending May 16th, 2020... a $3-trillion relief bill that will help landlords, a new surge in mortgage applications, and a heart-warming rent payment story out of St. Louis. We begin with economic news from this past week, and House approval of a $3-trillion relief package that includes $100 billion for a n…
 
A return to normal means winning the war against COVID-19 and one weapon in our war chest could be a UVC light bulb. Man-made UVC devices are not new, but their use is expanding as a way to kill the virus. Amazon just announced the development of a UVC robot to disinfect warehouses and Whole Foods grocery stores. There’s also another development at…
 
A national rent tracker for apartments shows that May rent collection is better than April. That’s not what many people expected given the massive number of job losses and efforts by a small number of activists encouraging a rent strike. Property teams within our own network are also reporting good results for single-family rentals. The National Mu…
 
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JavaScript Remote Conf 2020 May 13th to 15th - register now! Join panelists Nell Shamrell-Harrington, Scott Nixon, Tyler Bird, and special guest Joe Garber to discuss what a digital transformation is, how it’s different from company to company, where to start your transformation and what to do when it gets hard, as well as how organizations across …
 
In this Real Estate News Brief for the week ending May 9th, 2020… an economy in turmoil, words of encouragement from Warren Buffett, and a pick-up in mortgage activity. We begin with economic news from this past week and another round of job losses. The latest weekly report shows an additional 3.2 million unemployment claims for a total of more tha…
 
The Tampa housing market could be among the first to come roaring back to life after the economy opens back up, according to John Burns Real Estate Consulting. Dallas was named as a potential post-pandemic boom market as well, along with a few other areas. John Burns Real Estate Consulting is well-respected for doing in-depth research on the real e…
 
We’re in the midst of severe economic shock right now. There are over 30 million job losses in one month, closed businesses, and a 4.8% drop in the GDP, but somehow home prices are rising in some places. That may be a disappointment for homebuyers and real estate investors looking for a deal, although some researchers see lower prices in the coming…
 
The lure of the big city might be fading a bit. A new Harris Poll shows that a growing number of people would like to move away from the city, and that preferences for other lifestyle habits are changing. The poll includes a wide range of questions from how people intend to buy their food in the future to whether they are worried about dying from t…
 
On this episode of This Week in Linux, we have SO MUCH DISTRO NEWS! In fact, we’ve got news from Fedora, PopOS, Red Hat, openSUSE, and a follow up for the Ubuntu 20.04 release. Last week, I said we’re going to give the official Ubuntu Flavours an extra week to discuss their 20.04 releases since… Read more…
 
JavaScript Remote Conf 2020 May 13th to 15th - register now! The panelists speak with Ev Kontsevoy of Gravitational about SSH'ing into infrastructure, how we've tried to secure it in the past, and what works better both for securing and auditing SSH access today. Panelists Nell Shamrell-Harrington Tyler Bird Charles Max Wood Guest Ev Kontsevoy Spon…
 
In this Real Estate News Brief for the week ending May 2nd, 2020, First-Quarter GDP, a new low for mortgage rates, and a surge in demand for single-family homes. We begin with economic news for this past week and the staggered reopening of some state economies. At least 30 states have started allowing businesses to carefully reopen, or have announc…
 
Many U.S. malls are at risk of closing for good because of the pandemic. A new analysis by Green Street Advisors is predicting that coronavirus shutdowns will push department stores into bankruptcy, and force more than half of all U.S. malls to close by the end of the year. If you are a homebuyer or investor, you should check on the status of a nea…
 
California is not known as a landlord-friendly state, and a few new laws are adding to that reputation. In addition to statewide rent control that caps rent increases and makes it difficult to evict bad tenants, at least two cities in the San Francisco Bay Area have completely outlawed the use of criminal background checks to screen tenants. These …
 
Real estate is holding strong among Americans who see it as the best way to invest. This marks the fifth year in a row that real estate has taken the number one spot in a Gallup poll on investing preferences. It was conducted in early April, after the recent COVID-19 stock market sell-off. It’s no secret that I’d choose real estate over stocks, but…
 
On this episode of This Week in Linux, the amount of news we have to cover is just crazy! We’ve got multiple big stories in Distro News with Ubuntu 20.04 releasing, Manjaro 20 releasing, Fedora announcing that Fedora is coming to Lenovo’s ThinkPads, and even more from Void Linux and Intel’s Clear Linux. In the… Read more…
 
JavaScript Remote Conf 2020 May 13th to 15th - register now! Jeffrey Groman is a CyberSecurity expert. He joins the panel to answer our questions and lead a discussion on the basics of security as it applied to DevOps. We start out with a discussion on breaking down silos and making security everyone's job. Panelists Nell Shamrell-Harrington Tyler …
 
In this Real Estate News Brief for the week ending April 25th, 2020... the staggered reopening of the U.S. economy has begun, two small business rescue programs are being refunded, and the home sale slump could be reversing. We begin with economic news from this past week, and plans, by some states, to slowly restart their economies. The state of G…
 
We’re sure to see some changes in the post-pandemic economy, and one of them could be an increased demand for single-family rentals. Potential homebuyers who have been furloughed or have lost their jobs no longer qualify for mortgages. Those who do have their jobs may not have the down payment, high credit score or reserves needed to get a loan. Bu…
 
On this episode of This Week in Linux, we have a lot of interesting news to cover including some Application News from Inkscape and a command-line search tool called “fd”. We’ve also got some Distro News from Ubuntu, PopOS, and Umix OS. We’ll cover a really cool tip that was shared on the r/linux subreddit… Read more…
 
JavaScript Remote Conf 2020 May 14th to 15th - register now! Matt Watson is the CEO and Founder at Stackify. This episode dives into his thoughts and approach to devops, application management, and performance using cloud native tools including Kubernetes. Panelists Charles Max Wood Tyler Bird Guest Matt Watson Sponsors Educative.io | Click here fo…
 
A recent change in lending could impact real estate investors, especially if more lenders follow suit. Over the weekend, JPMorgan Chase stopped accepting HELOC applications. The bank posted the notice on its website saying it’s a temporary suspension due to the current economic uncertainty created by COVID-19. Lenders have also been tightening loan…
 
In this Real Estate News Brief for the week ending April 18th, 2020... we’ll take a look at whether the pandemic will impact home prices, the good news about rent collection, and what banking regulators are doing to help home sales. We begin with economic news from this past week, which hasn’t been great but there are a few bright spots, including …
 
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