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Quick Tips for Business and Interviews from the best in their industries.

Brought to you by KevinandFred.com

    iMinute Episode 34 - The Constant Evolution of Opendoor

    iMinute Episode 34 - The Constant Evolution of Opendoor

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    Advice for New Real Estate Agents: Control the Controllables

    Advice for New Real Estate Agents: Control the Controllables

    All successful realtors have one thing in common.
     
    For most of us, we learned this lesson early on...
     
    For others. It took longer! 
     
    The good news is, that you can choose to dive into this today and see yourself up for success.

    • 4 min
    iMinute Episode 33 - What type of homes will iBuyers buy?

    iMinute Episode 33 - What type of homes will iBuyers buy?

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    This Week's Industry Headlines with Kevin Kauffman & Fred Weaver

    This Week's Industry Headlines with Kevin Kauffman & Fred Weaver

    Homesnap’s “Pro” product
     
    Homesnap has a new service that crunches data to show which homes in a neighborhood are the most likely to be listed for sale in the next 12 months.
     
    The platform uses an algorithm that crunches millions of records, including MLS data, to come up with a “Likelihood to List” score. The service, available only to licensed agents, shows a “heat map” of neighborhoods color-coded to zero in on the homes most likely to go on the market.
     
    Americans are equity-rich as home values rise
     
    More than a quarter of mortgaged homes had an LTV lower than 50%
     
    Almost 15 million homes in the U.S. were equity-rich in the fourth quarter, meaning their mortgages were 50% or less of their estimated market value, according to ATTOM Data Solutions.
     
    Equity-rich properties were 27% of all mortgaged homes, matching the share in the prior quarter, the report said.
    About 3.5 million homes with a mortgage were seriously underwater, meaning the loan exceeded the value of the property by 25% or more.
     
    That figure represented 6.4% of all U.S. properties with a mortgage, down from 6.5% in the third quarter.
    Among 8,262 U.S. zip codes, there were 451 zip codes where at least half of all properties with a mortgage were equity rich, ATTOM said.
     
    Where are the highest equity levels? The San Francisco Bay area.
     
    Boston had the highest equity-rich share in the Northeast, at 35.6%. Dallas, led the South, at 36.5%, and Grand Rapids, Michigan, led in the Midwest, at 27.4%.
     
     
    African American homeownership lowest since 1968 — when Fair Housing Act passed: NAR official .
     
    At a time when housing prices continue to climb and affordability continues to dwindle, the National Association of Realtors (NAR) is eyeing ways to diminish the racial homeownership gap.
     
    “In 2020, there is still a persistent gap in homeownership rates between whites, African Americans, Hispanic Americans and Asian Americans,” Bryan Greene, NAR’s director of Fair Housing policy, said Thursday at the association’s second annual policy forum in Washington, D.C.
    “We’ve seen homeownership rates among racial groups steadily rise, but I think many of us would have expected rates to have risen more,” Greene added. “We did see that happen for a period from the early 90s to the early part of this century, but dramatically, at least for African Americans, we started to see that homeownership rate decline — so much so that last year the homeownership rate for African Americans dipped below the rate in 1968 when the Fair Housing Act was passed.”
     

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    Kyle Wyloge on Ivy and Revolutionizing Real Estate Through Data

    Kyle Wyloge on Ivy and Revolutionizing Real Estate Through Data

    About the Episode
    On this episode, I’m joined by Arizona native, broker, and real estate tech entrepreneur Kyle Wyloge. What’s unique about Kyle’s story in real estate that it is his first and only career, and his career has evolved and taken on many iterations to get him to where he is today. He has used every market shift as a learning opportunity, and through his own business need observed a gap in the market he could fill with the new data project he has developed, Ivy.

     

    Software is the most valuable thing on earth right now, and by connecting software and real estate, Kyle has uncovered a highly in-demand product that can benefit our entire industry.

     

    Growing the user base of 700 customers in 9 months just shows how well his brainchild is catching on.

     

    Kyle is the owner and partner of The Momentum Group; which includes a real estate brokerage, property management company, development company, and a real estate investment fund. His responsibilities range from project marketing, property underwriting, project development, fund management and oversight of the growth and stability of the companies.

     

     

    In Today’s Episode, We Talk About;

    - Why real estate appealed to Kyle and how his business evolved through the different phases of real estate.

    - The Phoenix market in the REO days

    - Investing in property in Colorado

    - How to go directly to the seller for your acquisition on the investment side

    - Ivy and the power of having data and the right information on who you’re calling

    - Who is Ivy for and how has it evolved.

    - What Kyle is excited about currently, what he has changed his mind about recently and something cool about him.

     

    Guest Info

     

    Kyle is a broker, investor, real estate tech entrepreneur and the founder of Ivy.

     
    Website: getivydata.com
    Contact: kyle@getivydata.com

    • 37 min
    iMinute Episode 32 - Don't OVERSELL - The importance of staying neutral

    iMinute Episode 32 - Don't OVERSELL - The importance of staying neutral

    • 2 min

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