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Tyler and Travis recap Real Housewives of Salt Lake City. Each week we will discuss the episode and give our thoughts, and if you like what you hear please share this with your RHOSLC friends! Contact us: 502tylermurphy@gmail.com Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/privilegedtwinks/support
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City Cast Salt Lake is Salt Lake City’s daily news podcast. Host Ali Vallarta and a bevy of smart and entertaining locals will bring you conversations about the issues that matter most to SLC. Some days City Cast will make you proud; other days it’ll make you angry. It will celebrate Salt Lake’s triumphs, (try to) solve its mysteries, and explore its history. City Cast will help you feel more connected to the Wasatch Front – whether you’ve lived here for 6 months or 6 generations.
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Learn all about investing in real estate in Salt Lake City, Utah with a combination of real estate financial planning and modeling with numbers specific to Salt Lake City plus syndicated, more generalized recordings of live and pre-recorded real estate investing classes (not all specific to Salt Lake City).
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A Salt Lake City building burned down this weekend, right before it was scheduled for demolition — and it’s not even the first time that’s happened. Host Ali Vallarta and executive producer Emily Means put on their tinfoil hats and muse on the importance of fire preparedness. Plus, setting the record straight on Abravanel Hall, the Midtown Business…
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Private Mortgage Insurance Myths Reputation can be a challenging thing. I have found, through many conversations with clients over the years, that Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI) has a questionable reputation with home buyers in general and investors in particular. However, much of its reputation is based on half-truths, bad information, lies, and…
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This week is the final part of the season one reunion! The husbands join the chat and Coach Shah and Robert Sr. have a heart to heart, while Justin talks about his leaving of the Mormon church. Then once they all leave, the girls discuss the Las Vegas trip and why Jen felt so hurt. If you enjoyed this episode please share it with your RHOSLC friend…
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Throw a stone on Capitol Hill, and you’ll probably hit a Utah lawmaker with ties to real estate development. But a new analysis by the Salt Lake Tribune breaks down just how many of our state’s most influential decision makers have their hands in both honeypots. Reporter Emily Anderson Stern tells host Ali Vallarta how it impacts our affordable hou…
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Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall is asking for a $44,000 raise. Has she earned it? Executive producer Emily Means joins host Ali Vallarta to discuss how this pay bump measures up to other mayors and how residents can weigh in. Plus, the hottest new mode of transportation, Memorial Day pool openings, and a (probably) last-ever sidewalk sale. Res…
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A local family is in a heated campaign with Veterans Affairs to keep their mom 40 miles closer to Salt Lake. Salt Lake Tribune reporter Sofia Jeremias joins host Ali Vallarta to share the story of Patricia “Pat” Gallegos Delgado and brainstorm what policies could do more for our city’s veterans than a Memorial Day tweet. We’re doing our annual surv…
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You’ve found it: your special outdoor spot. But if you let people in on the secret, do you run the risk of drawing too much traffic to paradise? And if you don’t share those spaces, what kind of legacy are you enabling? Western Desk founder Madeline McGill joins host Ali Vallarta to examine gatekeeping of our natural lands and who writes the rules …
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Utah’s water forecast is looking pretty damn good as we head into summer. Host Ali Vallarta and executive producer Emily Means take a look at the Great Salt Lake, our reservoirs, and when you should really be watering your lawn. Plus, the Salt Lake City Council considers a handful of tax increases, and Ali and Emily share local shoutouts. Resources…
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National headlines proclaim we saved the bees. That’s great news for us in the Beehive State, but we might have saved the wrong one. Bee researcher Jesse Margolies joins host Ali Vallarta to mythbust which bees need saving and share ways Salt Lakers can support local pollinators. Resources and references: Wait, does America suddenly have a record n…
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Warning - Risks of Neighborhood Decline When Investing in Real Estate Everything in life has risks. Not investing adds certain types of risks, while investing adds other risks. One risk that some real estate investors face is the possibility that the neighborhood they're investing in will decline, causing values and/or rents to drop. So, how do we …
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Utah Auditor John Dougall is picking a fight with the legislature after they made him the state’s new bathroom monitor. Host Ali Vallarta and executive producer Emily Means break down the political implications and bathroom design ideas stemming from this ongoing showdown. Plus, Salt Lakers give their quality of life a C-minus, free bike workshops,…
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Salt Lake can claim another reality TV star now that season two of TLC’s “MILF Manor” has dropped. Businesswoman and certified hot mom Barby Garcia talks to host Ali Vallarta about busting Utah stereotypes and where she absolutely would not take her costars in SLC. Resources and references: Bethenny Frankel’s reality TV union is easier said than do…
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The U.S Supreme Court is poised to make a big decision around cities’ policing of homelessness in public spaces. University of Utah parks and recreation professor Jeff Rose joins host Ali Vallarta to break down how this court case could impact access to Salt Lake’s parks and have a chilling effect on our First Amendment rights. Resources and refere…
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The University of Utah will shutter its Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion to comply with a new state law. Producer Ivana Martinez joins host Ali Vallarta to break down what’s at stake for employees. Plus, Utah families are $2.8 million in debt for school lunches. And, we shout out some bagel news in Holladay and a neighborhood resource for…
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The Salt Lake City Council is weighing everything from raising sales tax to razing city blocks; Big, controversial decisions that could change the look and feel of our city for decades. Council Chair Victoria Petro tells host Ali Vallarta how she’s making choices on our behalf with “cautious skepticism” — from the mayor’s $475 million budget propos…
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Hey there! We are excited to share the trailer for a new special limited series from our friends and colleagues at City Cast Denver. If you’re a fan of what we do at City Cast, you’ll want to check it out: You’ve probably heard a story about Congresswoman Lauren Boebert. Like, how she got kicked out of a production of “Beetlejuice” for vaping and g…
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How to Analyze a Duplex Some real estate investors are sensitive to their ability to get ten 30-year fixed rate financing loans and would prefer to fill those loan spots with larger purchases than just single family rental homes. One way to do that is to buy more expensive properties like duplexes, triplexes or fourplexes. In this class, James will…
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SLC Mayor Erin Mendenhall proposed a $475 million budget to the city council this week. So how will the city use our tax dollars this year? Building Salt Lake editor Taylor Anderson joins host Ali Vallarta to break down the most interesting projects and themes — from the meaning of a “family-friendly” downtown to Sports Lake City. Plus, the wreckin…
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Spring has arrived in Salt Lake City, so it’s time to say “good morning” to our black bear neighbors. Oh, you didn’t know we have bears in Utah? Join the cub. Wes and Jeff Larson of the Tooth and Claw Podcast join host Ali Vallarta to share their tips for handling an encounter with a black bear and their personal stories about their research run-in…
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This week we mostly focus on Mary and every aspect of her life. But mixed in with this, the Lisa and Heather drama starts to bubble to the surface. And we get Lisa’s iconic “Bad weather” line. We only have one episode left of this season so let us know what other shows we should recap in the meantime! If you enjoyed this episode please share it wit…
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News of the Sundance Film Festival taking bids to leave Utah caused a stir –– but has the writing been on the wall for years? Host and former Sundance staffer Ali Vallarta talks producer Ivana Martinez through the institution’s existential threats and opportunities. And, whether Salt Lake City could convince the festival to stick around. Consider b…
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Smith Entertainment Group is asking SLC taxpayers for $54 million a year, three city blocks, a heliport, and so much more at tonight’s Salt Lake City Council meeting. Salt Lake Tribune reporter Andy Larsen joins host Ali Vallarta to break down what we already know about the sports and entertainment district proposal. Plus, Ali mourns the potential …
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A brand new, unelected board will oversee the development of a big project near the Utah State Fairpark, hypothetically anchored by a Major League Baseball stadium. Westside Coalition President Dan Strong, the community representative on the board, joins host Ali Vallarta to talk through the best-case scenario for this neighborhood-altering proposa…
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How to Calculate PMI If you're a house hacker, Nomad™, investor buying properties with less than 20% down, or buying creatively where the seller has PMI, you'll want to make sure you know how to analyze deals that have Private Mortgage Insurance. In this mini-class, James will cover how to analyze deals that have PMI, with an emphasis on doing it u…
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Police broke up pro-Palestine encampments and protests at the University of Utah this week. How does this jibe with the university’s legacy of campus activism? Host Ali Vallarta and executive producer Emily Means discuss how a generational moment is playing out in Salt Lake City and share picks of the week, from a local cat’s 500-mile journey to th…
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It’s graduation season for Salt Lake’s high schools and colleges; let the commencement advice commence! Olympic speedskater Erin Jackson is the keynote speaker for Salt Lake Community College’s ceremony, so host Ali Vallarta asked the gold medalist for guidance, from changing careers to overcoming your fears. Consider becoming a founding member of …
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This reunion so much is said and yet so little. Lisa talks over everyone about how much she loves herself, Jen and Mary go at it a bit, and Heather gets a DM from Rihanna! If you enjoyed this episode please share it with your RHOSLC friends and follow us on Instagram at ⁠⁠⁠@privilegedtwinks --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/p…
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If you're new here, welcome! We’ve put together a starter pack for you, with episodes and articles to welcome you to the City Cast Salt Lake community. May is the ultimate transition month in our city, where it’s not quite spring but not yet summer. Host Ali Vallarta and Deseret News columnist Meg Walter bring you a guide to what to expect and how …
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Salt Lake City made a new plan to heal its east-west divide and guide how we get around. Host Ali Vallarta and executive producer Emily Means explain SLC’s transportation goals and how you can weigh in on May 7. Plus, a long-awaited bar reopening, Parleys diesel fuel spill, and the Great Salt Lake’s emotional toll. Resources and references: ACLU’s …
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Salt Lake City’s microshelter community — the state’s first ever legal camp for unhoused people — was set to close this week, but that’s no longer the plan. Host Ali Vallarta asks Switchpoint executive director Carol Hollowell what the future holds for the temporary site and its 50 residents and what lessons will carry over to the next version of t…
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In many cases—not all, but many cases—real estate investors can speed up the time it takes to become financially independent by choosing to pay off the mortgages on their properties early. Sometimes it makes sense to take every extra dollar beyond a healthy amount of reserves and aggressively pay off properties as quickly as possible. Other times, …
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Hockey is here, and Salt Lake turned out bigtime to welcome the team. Host Ali Vallarta and executive producer Emily Means noodle on names for our newest sports franchise. Plus, Salt Lake schools tackle some sticky topics, a neighborhood tradition will go on, and consider rattlesnake training your dog. Resources and references: ‘My best day in the …
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Behind every sweeping decision affecting our day-to-day lives is a table full of unfamiliar yet influential faces. In the last episode of a two-part series, host Ali Vallarta and executive producer Emily Means introduce four more powerful individuals and organizations you’ve probably never heard of and explore their impact in our communities. Liste…
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This episode Lisa is the only one to reach out to Jen after Vegas, and everything comes to a head at the Beauty Lab + Laser new building party. Jen and Whitney sort of come to a resolve, Meredith is a little peeved at Lisa, and Jen and Heather loudly talk things out. If you enjoyed this episode please share it with your RHOSLC friends and follow us…
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Salt Lakers tend to think of our city’s battle with air quality as recent history — but that’s not really true. In fact, this might be the cleanest our air has been in a while. Dr. Logan Mitchell, a climate scientist and analyst with Utah Clean Energy, helps host Ali Vallarta understand some of the myths around the air you can chew, where we go fro…
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Spring in our canyons brings mountain bikers, dog walkers, and heavy machinery together. Host Ali Vallarta and executive producer Emily Means set your expectations for canyon construction, from Millcreek Canyon to the Bonneville Shoreline Trail. Plus, air quality is a top-10 issue for Utahns, so why would Gov. Spencer Cox sign a letter asking the E…
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Gov. Spencer Cox is asking Utahns to “Disagree Better” in an effort to cool down our politics. But what if conflict is actually the good stuff? Host Ali Vallarta asks Utah Valley University professor and conflict specialist Dr. Maria Blevins what the Governor’s campaign gets right and what it’s missing. Plus, tips for when Salt Lakers are feeling f…
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Deal Alchemy™ - Residential vs Commercial Property Deal Alchemy™ is all about manipulating the returns you're earning on your investments. Often, this is done through the choices we make when selecting the investment property and the strategies we choose to implement. For example, you could choose to invest in residential properties where your tena…
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The Salt Lake City Council explored some big ideas this week, from reimagining a historic train station to dissecting a new sports hub downtown. Host Ali Vallarta and executive producer Emily Means weigh how the proposals could shape the city’s future. Plus, beware of the marathon traffic this weekend, and add these good-weather events to your cale…
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Behind every sweeping decision affecting our day-to-day lives is a table full of unfamiliar yet influential faces. In part one of a two-part series, host Ali Vallarta and executive producer Emily Means introduce four powerful Salt Lakers you’ve probably never heard of and explore their impact in our communities. Resources and references: Did You Bl…
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Controversial Utah State Board of Education member Natalie Cline got the boot at the Salt Lake County GOP convention last weekend. Host Ali Vallarta and executive producer Emily Means analyze what the outcome says about Salt Lake Republican delegates. Plus, the Arizona Coyotes NHL team is Utah-bound, U of U basketball star Alissa Pili heads to the …
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This week all of the ladies are in Vegas and Whitney is optimistic that they are going to have a good night, but little does she know Jen has actually NOT forgiven her and all hell is about to break loose. Jen turns on everyone and ends the night in a screaming match. The next day, she does end up participating in the hypnotist activities where the…
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The just-announced lineup for the Twilight Concert Series heralds the return of outdoor music season in Salt Lake. Will the same sad boys take the stage this year? Will Sartain, co-founder of S&S Presents, joins host Ali Vallarta to explain how his team selects artists, clarify the profit situation, and entertain the future of the Kilby Block Party…
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It seems like every day in Salt Lake, one restaurant opens and another closes — or transforms from a dive bar into a cocktail lounge overnight (looking at you, Junior’s). So, what does it take to survive in Salt Lake’s food scene? Maxwell Christen, owner of Big Mouth Marketing, joins host Ali Vallarta to explore how important identity and adaptabil…
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Warning - Risks of Loan Called Due When Investing in Real Estate Investing in real estate adds some risk to an already risk-filled life. However, certain activities and strategies when investing in real estate create additional risks that other strategies and activities do not have. For example, choosing to utilize strategies where the lender has t…
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The Billboard Industry reigns supreme in Utah, with signs for Minky Couture and colorful scriptures blocking our scenic mountain views. Host Ali Vallarta and executive producer Emily Means break down how cities accommodate billboards and question if they’re really so bad. Plus, is Salt Lake suddenly getting its NHL team? And, tips to clean out your…
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Tired of eating at the same Cafe Rio every week? Salt Lake has a ton of delicious places to try besides your usual haunts. Kendall Rodriguez, TikTok’s Queen of SLC, joins host Ali Vallarta to share five restaurants worth trying this spring, as well as what to order and a little trend forecasting. Resources and references: Ogden may have the best “M…
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This week Jen sets Heather up on a date with Big Daddy, Lisa and Meredith are still mad at Whitney, but apologies are made after racing cars in Vegas. Meanwhile Jen throws Heather a personal shopping experience, while revealing she still isn’t over the whole Whitney ordeal. If you enjoyed this episode please share it with your RHOSLC friends and fo…
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The federal government recently awarded Salt Lake City a $39 million loan to replace our lead service lines, which has us wondering: Is there lead in our drinking water? Laura Briefer, Salt Lake City Public Utilities director, joins executive producer Emily Means to alleviate our fears and separate fact from fiction when it comes to what’s coming o…
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Members of the International Olympic Committee are visiting Salt Lake this week before almost certainly awarding us the 2034 Winter Games. City and state leaders — and most Utahns! — are super hyped on the prospect of bringing another Olympics to our state. But not all SLC residents are convinced we need a do-over of the ‘02 games — including host …
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