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Connor with honor Macivor - I have been a Realtor since 1998. I was a full-time LAPD cop since 1990, so there is some overlap with professions. I was taken badly when I bought my first Santa Clarita home back in 1996. By taken by the agent I mean he tried to take full advantage of me never had bought a home before and my youthful age. At that time, I was a LAPD officer. he did not care. An equal opportunity criminal I suppose. One thing that I will say is after he got paid it was like cricke ...
 
Welcome to Santa Clarita real estate radio. I'm Connor MacIvor and I speak about the topics and issues that our long-time listeners to our SCVnest.com/Radio podcast want to hear. Concerning the Santa Clarita real estate market we speak about new listings. How to take advantage, in the best way, within any housing market. We fine tune the shows to speak about national real estate news, the Los Angeles News and of course, all intel within our local SCV real estate market. Any signals for the c ...
 
The Santa Clarita Diet After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of Netflix's Santa Clarita Diet. Show Summary: Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant star in this Netflix-original series as married realtors, Sheila and Joel, who are living a quiet life, raising their teenage daughter in Santa Clarita, Calif. Their world unexpectedly changes when Sheila goes through a dramatic transformation that sends her down a road of death and destruction — but leaves her looking and feeling better ...
 
Santa Clarita Christian Center welcomes you. We believe in the triune God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Jesus Christ is true God and true man. The Holy Spirit is a divine person. All scripture is given by inspiration of God. All have sinned and come short of the Glory of God and are in need of salvation. Salvation has been provided to all men through Jesus Christ. It is the will of God that every believer be filled with the Holy Spirit. Healing is provided in the redemptive work ...
 
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Every year from September 15 – October 15, we celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month, and in honor of this highly influential segment of the population, Claritas also releases its annual U.S. Hispanic Market Report. On this episode of The Marketing Insider, popular guest Ron Cohen, VP of Practice Leadership at Claritas, joins us to talk facts a…
 
At this point, most of us know how important it is to be responsible marketers when it comes to multicultural consumers, especially in the wake of last summer’s events when brands began to look at where they needed to do better. But there’s another group of consumers that have long been plagued with exaggerated, stereotypical, misleading, and occas…
 
The original posting is at SCV911.com - I have linked to the article on the Santa Clarita real estate blog here. There is a checks and balances system that you need to be aware of when it comes to real estate and finding out information about where you may be moving and how the "internal" processes function. In some cases, if you have pets, some of…
 
This is episode 172 with Democratic candidate of the 25th Congressional District, Quaye QuarteyJohn Quaye Quartey lives in Valencia. He is a husband and father and the son of an immigrant. I find Quaye to be incredibly interesting. His resume reads like the one of an action hero for the latest Bruckheimer film. He attended the Naval Academy where h…
 
Marketers know they should be measuring performance and optimizing their campaigns, but it’s still something so many struggle with. With 80% of consumers saying they prefer to spend with a card over paying in cash, measurement has actually become easier to track, so there’s no reason why it shouldn’t be a priority. On this episode of The Marketing …
 
Santa Clarita real estate market updates - historical episodes During the past many years, since 1998, I have been representing both buyers and sellers of Santa Clarita real estate. Of course, during that time I have ventured out often to other Southern California areas - as far as 6 hours away in the city of San Jose. You can say I get around in a…
 
Here is a show snippet: Santa Clarita real estate agent update by Connor (03:44): So that's just regular equity-type sales. So the sellers have enough equity to be able to sell their houses, paying their closing costs, and so on. And then moving on, uh, two of the properties are real estate owned properties, actual bank-owned foreclosures. One of t…
 
Santa Clarita agent Connor T. MacIvor fame 08.2021 (03:29): For example, if I'm going to include myself as the buyer in the scenario that removed everything, I could put that all contingencies are hereby removed and I'll add that document to the offer. So basically if on day two, I discover something that makes me not want to buy the property. I wi…
 
Connor MacIvor Retired LAPD to Real Estate Agent: (01:41) A firearms instructor. Yes, there's a real estate component to this. You have a firearms instructor that has been teaching recruits in-service personnel, other different entities within the department, because, you know, SWAT, for example, has their trainers. And also when there's a new weap…
 
Connor Macivor Santa Clarita realtor advisor radio: (00:57) Now, the trick with that with new housing is it's not always the best response you get. And in some cases, it takes a long time to get people out there, but at least there is somebody to come take care of it, versus what the home inspection that's going to be something on a resale house an…
 
Welcome to episode 171 with Democratic candidate for the 38th district in the California Assembly, Jonathan Ahmadi,Jonathan Ahmadi is a first generation Californian who has done many things in life. He has worked as an aeronautical engineer, he has been involved in the entertainment industry, and was part of former Congresswoman Katie Hill's team h…
 
Connor MacIvor voice of Santa Clarita real estate: (02:42) Now we're seeing that increased almost up to a million dollars. So any property that comes on the market out there, that's priced at a million or less typically multiple offers. And with those properties, the buyers are willing to exceed whatever appraised value may be. Now, there are certa…
 
2:16 excerpt: Connor MacIvor exp Santa Clarita home experts: (02:16) They're going to have all that information. And what's the, if there are scammers and they're doing it to get some money from you at the moment, they might also use that credit card later or sell it or whatever. So again, you have to be very, very careful. So what I'm saying is th…
 
In order to fill you in on the Santa Clarita real estate market, I have to first start with where the market has come from during the advent of COVID. When COVID was announced, last March 2020- real estate shut down. In fact, open houses stopped and only started up again as of the last couple of months. We are in July 2021 - almost entering August.…
 
This is episode 170 with guest Democratic candidate for the 25th Congressional District, Rhoda NazaninRhoda Nazanin is an immigrant, a citizen, a Christian, a former Pastor, and now, she is a Democratic candidate for the 25th Congressional District with hopes of defeating incumbent Mike Garcia.She was born in Iran, coming to the United States with …
 
Solving the dilemma of personalization vs. privacy may not be something that can be accomplished in a 30-minute podcast, but on this episode of The Marketing Insider, we attempt to do our best to at least make what is often a marketer’s biggest challenge, more manageable. The Principal of In-House Privacy, Ben Isaacson and the CTO of Claritas, Al G…
 
This is episode 169 with our guest local business owner and gay advocate, John MusellaJohn musella is president of the Musella Group and a member of the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce. He is also an openly gay man who describes himself as a "late bloomer" when he came out. John is a charming and interesting guy and I always enjoy talking …
 
What does it mean in today’s environment to be “customer centric”? The pandemic has potentially forever changed consumer behavior, and one such repercussion of that for marketers has been an even more critical eye when it comes to where consumers spend their money and who with. Identity graph expert Jeff Bickel joins us to talk about the behind-the…
 
This is episode 167 with guest Cenk Uygur from "the Young Turks" I want to apologize up front about the sound issues with this particular podcast. Covid have made it necessary to try and do these podcasts outdoors, and with the Santa Clarita weather being what it is, let's just say it's been difficult to find a regular safe place to record a podcas…
 
This is episode 167 with our guest Joshua Wentz, the Director of the artistic director for Mission Opera and an Associate Professor of Music at Los Angeles Mission CollegeJoshua Wentz serves as the Director of Music at Santa Clarita United Methodist Church and Production Manager of Landmark Opera in Los Angeles as well as Artistic Director and Pres…
 
Executing campaigns across multiple channels and reaching customers and prospects when and where they’ll be the most receptive is a non-negotiable for today’s marketers. On this month's episode of The Marketing Insider: A Claritas Podcast we’re joined by a Claritas Project Manager, Maria Papadimas, who lays out best practices for delivering winning…
 
This is episode 166 with guest Democratic candidate for the 25th Congressional district in 2022, Ruth Luevanos.Ruth Luevanos has many labels. She is a mother, a wife, a teacher, a union leader, a graduate from law school, and an activist. Along will all of that, she currently sits on the Simi Valley City Council as an unapologetic progressive. That…
 
Welcome to Episode 165 with guest Andrew Taban, the Chair for the new organization, The Santa Clarita Valley Democrats. Andrew Taban has lived in Santa Clarita for most of his life. He's young but has already done quite a bit to contribute to this Valley. For starters, he ran for Hart School Board when he was just 19 years old. And although he didn…
 
Aside from a few years in Las Vegas, Austin Dave is more or less a lifelong resident of Santa Clarita. Growing up, Austin was an aspiring filmmaker until the day he literally stumbled into a classroom at College of the Canyons on journalism and fate took over and Austin found a new passion. As a journalist, he has worked for SCVTV and the Signal. N…
 
80% of the U.S. population is using email at least once a month, so for marketers looking to acquire new customers, this channel has the potential to be one of the most successful – if you’re taking a smart and considered approach. On this month's episode of The Marketing Insider: A Claritas Podcast, Claritas’ VP of New Business Development, David …
 
Joe Jacobson is a political strategist who has been working in politics for more than seven years. This includes electoral work, lobbying and government experience. He has been involved with the AFL-CIO, President Obama's Council of Economic Advisors, Senators Ron Wyden and Barbara Boxer as well Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti. In case you haven't …
 
When I sat down to interview Christy last week, I had no plans for the interview to go so long but I was enjoying talking to her so much and felt that there was so much ground to cover it warranted an extended interview which has now been broken into two parts. I call this part of the interview "The Knitty Gritty" because after finding out what Chr…
 
This is Episode 161 featuring a special conversation with Christy Smith.Three hundred and thirty three votes. That's it. That's all that separated Christy Smith and Mike Garcia in the 25th Congressional race and the deciding number which sent Mike Garcia back to Washington. That's a tight margin to say the least. It's a margin of votes so small tha…
 
Only a quarter of marketers today are confident they can measure their return on investment. That's why this month's episode of The Marketing Insider: A Claritas Podcast is dedicated to all things measurement. Claritas’ Director of Optimize Solutions, Aaron Klayer, and Barrington Media Group's VP of Client Services, Matt DelMonte join host Monique …
 
After the financial strain 2020 put consumers in, banks and credit unions can’t afford to overlook opportunity segments “hiding” in plain sight – especially when they’re both digitally savvy and offer growth. Host Monique Ruiz discusses reaching the underserved and underbanked through hyperlocal community involvement with Claritas’ Catherine Spissz…
 
The worlds of podcasting and streaming audio are constantly changing and innovating, especially in 2020 when there are more listeners than ever. How do marketers take advantage of this growing medium and ensure their ad dollars are working their hardest? In this month’s episode of The Marketing Insider: A Claritas Podcast, we delve deep into trends…
 
Welcome to Episode 159 with guest Santa Clarita Valley Water Board Member, Maria Gutzeit.Maria Gutzeit has been on Water boards since 2003. First serving on the Newhall County Water District Board. Later she served as Board president and as a senior board member. An engineer by trade, Maria runs a Environmental Consulting company. A democrat, She i…
 
This is Episode 160 with guest Candidate for the Hart School Board James WebbJames Webb is a resident of Santa Clarita who has worked in public education for most of his life. He was a teacher in the Hart School District for several years and currently works as a consultant in teacher preparation. Along with his husband Charles, he has two adopted …
 
This is episode 158 with guests Anna Kumar. Beth Braunstein, Stacy Fortner, Kathye Armitage, Valerie Bradford and Christine Okamoto, all candidates for the Santa Clarita Valley Water Board who have dubbed themselves the Water 6.There's something incredibly interesting about the Water 6 that encouraged me to do this podcast. These six women each com…
 
Welcome to Episode 157 with guest Santa Clarita City Council Candidate, Kelvin Driscoll. This is episode 4 of a four part series highlighting the candidates for City Council. Kelvin Driscoll has been living in the city of Santa Clarita for 10 years. He is a husband father of a small child and he has a desire to give back to the community in which h…
 
As the 2020 National Hispanic Heritage Month winds down, the Hispanic population in the United States has never been larger, more influential or had more purchasing power. In this episode of the Marketing Insider: A Claritas Podcast, Host Monique Ruiz talks with Claritas’ VP of Business Development David Mesas about the growing influence of Hispani…
 
As I’ve already said, Santa Clarita is at a crossroads. I think it’s somewhere around wanting to stay a small town and being forced, (kicking and screaming) into becoming a big city. This is something which is probably inevitable. But how this city moves into the future (good or bad) will be determined by the City Council. Welcome to episode 156 wi…
 
Santa Clarita is at a crossroads. I think it’s somewhere around wanting to stay a small town and being forced, (kicking and screaming) into becoming a big city. This is something which is probably inevitable. But how this city moves into the future (good or bad) will be determined by the City Council. Welcome to episode 155 with guest Tim Ben Boyds…
 
Santa Clarita is at a crossroads. I think it’s somewhere around wanting to stay a small town and being forced, (kicking and screaming) into becoming a big city. This is something which is probably inevitable. But how this city moves into the future (good or bad) will be determined by the City Council. Welcome to episode 154 with guest Dr. Aakash Ah…
 
Welcome to Episode 153 with guest Democratic candidate for the 25th Congressional District, Christy Smith.At this point, what more is there to say about Christy Smith? She has literally appeared on this show so many times I’ve lost count. But for those that have missed the other episodes, I’ll catch you up. Christy Smith grew up and lives in Santa …
 
Welcome to Episode 152 with guest Sebastian Cazares Sebastian Cazares is a lifelong Saugus resident. He graduated from Saugus High School and went on to pursue his college education at College of the Canyons. He is currently attending UCLA. This is very typical for the average person growing up in Santa Clarita, but what is not typical is that at t…
 
From their spending power to their projected growth over time, multicultural consumers represent both current and future opportunity for companies doing business in the United States. With 40 percent of the U.S. population already classified as multicultural, companies that ignore these potential customers are missing out. In this episode, Host Mon…
 
And we are back after a long and much-needed hiatus! Did you miss the show? How are the wife and kids? I have to be honest with you, after doing these podcasts for almost five years now, it has become harder and harder to do them on a regular basis. I'm trying hard to find a way to balance doing these shows with the other obligations in my life. Ho…
 
How can a home buyer mess up their buying of a home? Listen to other real estate video and radio shows for Santa Clarita real estate apply for credit other than their home loan change jobs pay off credit cards or lines of credit without their lender's approval not verifying what their lender told them in writing failing to get their lender the docu…
 
If you’re a marketer, reaching your target audiences while protecting consumer data and staying on the right side of evolving privacy laws is likely keeping you up at night. With consumers becoming increasingly nervous about how their data is being used, especially in the age of COVID-19, how do marketers identify their best customers while navigat…
 
I have been a Realtor since 1998. I have seen various markets in the Santa Clarita Valley, but this one is different than any other housing market that has come before. It's not only the highest offers that are entertained with maximum attention but those offers that have well-written love letters penned by the home buyers who have been beaten up b…
 
Real Estate love letters - how do you write on and how do you know you are hitting all of the right spots of the home seller? There are multiple websites that can help with the research that is able to be conducted on any home seller. real estate Love Letters - Start Here When you start your research, with a simple typing of their name into google,…
 
When it comes to Santa Clarita real estate, the experts have you covered. In the current real estate market, the sellers are holding all of the cards. When it comes to real estate buyers in the Santa Clarita Valley, the frustration abounds. In fact, the homeowners know that they are most likely to have multiple offers within hours on their homes. F…
 
Six-year low in homes for sale within the Santa Clarita Valley cities. I cannot tell you what issues that this low inventory has meant to the buyers who are routinely getting beaten up not getting the homes they write offers on. The way of the home - It's a tough market. I will be here reporting on the facts. I'm Connor MacIvor and I'm glad to be o…
 
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