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they do not have any suspects in custody. detecitves say there was large gathering outside of the casino and some kind of an argument started...that's when the two people were shot, the witnesses we spoke with say the people were playing craps, but police haven't confirmed that yet. and breaking overnight -- an elderly man was hit and killed by a car near las vegas police say the man was hit trying to cross the street with a walker... he was taken to the hospital in critical condition where he later died. the driver stayed on scene and is cooperating with investigators. police say the victim was not using a cross walk at the time...in fact he was just feet away from it. las vegas metro police also having a deadly night on the roads. one person is dead and another recovering after this crash near colton and lamb. police say a car slammed into a flatbed trailer with a stack of rebar.
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to the hospital and is expected to be ok. police are conducting dui tests to see if that was a factor. good morning las vegas! i'm ... the time now is ... let's check in with 13 first alert meteorologist dan bronis. good morning dan! ((ad-lib)) high pressure will bring near record temps to the area for the next couple of days as highs top out around 110 with dry conditions on both sunday and monday. monday we'll start to fee effect of two systems that will affect area weather throughout the week. the first, small system will bring some breezes starting monday and will pass to our north through tuesday morning. we may see some high clouds as it passes through. the next system is a larger pacific system that look like it will linger its way down the on tuesday and wednesday. as it makes its way down the coast it will continue to clouds, so at this point we'll
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week. breaking overnight -- in milwaukee at least one officer is in the hospital right now after protests turned violent. it's all because of an officer-involved shooting in which a man was killed. protestors setting fires and confronting police officers... abc's eva pilgrim joins us overnight - violence erupting in milwaukee?during a protest in response to a deadly officer-involved shooting nats - protesters shoving police officers out in full riot gear. nats- pop pop pop people panic running for cover in the smoke filled streets as the sound of gunshots ring out? nats of gunshots this police car destroyed? broadcastify: shots fired, shots fired.. i'm getting injured officers here, there's too many rocks coming this car up in flames? as several buildings including - a gas station, an auto parts
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tourched ?as hundreds of people - flooded the streets saturday night tbd presser sot - official warning parents to get their kids out of the area racial tension boiling over as the crowd protesting the death of an armed man shot and killed earler that day. police officer sot: "that man is a 23- year-old male from milwaukee man with a lengthy arrest record. the gun at the scene that we are recovering was stole i chasing the suspect when ordering him to drop his weapon - when he did not comply, the officer fired several times - two bullets hiting the suspect in the chest and arm? killing him. protester sot: "there's no other way you can apprehend a person without shooting and killing them i don't understand that at all in the community."
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a brick was thrown through his window - striking him inthe head. that was eva pilgrim reporting. this morning a local senior community is finally cleaned up after that sinkhole we first told you about yesterday -- swallowed one man's car! it's a story you'll see only on 13 action news. it all went down yesterday morning -- in the promenade at the meadows -- an apartment complex near decatur and alta. members of this senior community woke up early in the morning to see water just " the water was rushing clear down the street.". "it was just gushing water and who says he is just lucky he wasn't hurt. "i was going to subway to get a sandwich and i seen a bit of water and i didn't take any notice of it. the next thing was my car landing in a home and i couldn't get it out." "we've seen leeks in here
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the hole is now covered as well. right now -- police are looking for a suspected robber. metro -- releasing this surveillance still -- late last night. the man tried robbing a convenience store -- last month in the northeast. he told employees he had a gun. but they didn't see one. the suspect did not get away with any money. this morning-- a teenage girl is recovering -- after a frightening day on mount charleston. a vew the rescue. the 13-year-old -- is in the hospital wth head injuries. the girl -- disappearing yesterday morning -- hiking with her brother on the cathedral trail. this is the picture from that hike. he turns back -- she does not. he reports his sister -- missing after two p-m. there's no word yet how she was injured. his job -- to protect and serve. but right now -- a las vegas cop -- is behind bars for violating that oath -- accused of possessing child pornography. metro arrested one of their
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he's being held at the clark county jail. officials say -- someone tipped them off. the department is investigating. many folks saying --they feel betrayed. harry clark las vegas resident they're supposed to protect and serve, but if they're doing something like that its kind of dangerous because everyone has children. i wouldn't want my child being on his computer." delgadillo joined the police department in july -- 2015 he is on unpaid leave -- pending the outcome of the investigation. in north las vegas -- a robbery turns deadly. a man is shot and killed -- yesterday-- near owens and main. you saw this story first right here on good morning las vegas. investigators say -- the victim is a 51-year-old man. there are no witnesses -- no suspects. if you know anything about this murder -- call police right away. right now -- at least three people are dead after historic floods hit the south. louisiana in the state of emergency and several people are still missing this morning.
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was completely submerged? "get my dog! get my dog"//"i got your dog." (collective "woah" from bystanders) communities - coming together under devastating circumstances? mena stand up: "not only are rescue teams rushing to help, but neighbors are using their own boats to get people out to safety. as families...are forced to evacuate their homes and flee to safety... bringing with them only as much as they can carry up this morning about a foot right next to our door//we came back about three hours later it was about six feet high. rabbing your things and throwing them into trash bags. boy: everything that we could ...in many cases...that meant their pets... man: "we just saved this cat. he was scared to death" the louisiana national guard sending in helicopters to bring people to safety...(national guard nat) over one thousand rescues in livingston parish alone...where torrential rainfall hit 21 inches in 24 hours. at least three people are
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high pressure will bring near record temps to the area for the next couple of days as highs top out around 110 with dry conditions on both sunday and monday. monday we'll start to feel the effect of two systems that will affect area weather throughout the week. the first, small system will bring some breezes starting monday through tuesday morning. we may see some high clouds as it passes through. the next system is a larger pacific system that look like it will linger its way down the california coast throughout the week. it will keep us breezy through wednesday and drop highs to 106 on tuesday and wednesday. as it
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shaving down high temps by a few more degrees. highs will drop to 103 thursday, 102 friday and 101 saturday. at this point it doesn't look like it will bring us much moisture other than a few extra clouds, so at this point we'll call for dry conditions for the next seven days. however, if the system were to southwest correctly, we may get a shot at rain late in the week. high pressure will bring near record temps to the area for the next couple of days as highs top out around 110 with dry conditions on both sunday and monday. monday we'll start to feel the effect of two systems that will affect area weather throughout the week. the first, small system will
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monday and will pass to our north through tuesday morning. we may see some high clouds as it passes through. the next system is a larger pacific system that look like it will linger its way down the california coast throughout the as it makes its way down the coast it will continue to assist in shaving down high temps by a few more degrees. like it will bring us much moisture other than a few extra clouds, so at this point we'll call for dry condition a shot at rain late in the week. ((ad-lib at desk)) going back is school can be challenging for any kid...but
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don't have a family. when good morning las vegas returns -- our guest will join us live to tell you about a party happening today that helps local foster kids! you're watching 13 action news, where you get breaking news fast and first. stay with us. the casa foundation is
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event to help foster children. joining me now to talk about their efforts is tara anderson with casa. to find out more about casa you can visit casa las vegas dot org it's annual back to school event to help foster children. joining me now to talk about their efforts is tara anderson with casa. to find out more about casa you
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foster children. joining me now to talk about their efforts is tara anderson with casa. to find out more about casa you can visit casa las vegas dot foster children. joining me now to talk about their efforts is tara anderson with casa.
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gold medal. that's more than any other athlete in history. but back when he was sixteen, phelps said he would be happy with just one gold. (michael phelps, u.s. olympic swimmer): "one of my long-term goals is to win the gold medal in athens and go in more than one event, so i mean i have a lot of goals but i think i just want to take it day by day. little did we know back than that the teenager talking about
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olympian. phelps' winning spree has inspired many up-and-coming swimmers. he increased the number of students joining u-s swimming programs by leaps and bounds. it's a game that's sweeping the nation. but - while players are trying to catch pokemon, scammers are trying to catch them! contact 13 chief investigator darcy spears explains how your family could become victims. < erik/pokemon player: i play like almost every day. gamers young and old are glued to pokemon go. but beware! don't get hooked into the latest hoax. says it comes in the form of a don't do anything. just delete it. the email fools pokemon fans into thinking they've got to pay to play. but this nationwide craze doesn't cost a thing. for now at least, it's fun... for free. rhonda mettler/better business bureau: the developer has not announced any type of paid version of the app. the bbb says the email message reads: "due to the overwhelming response to our new pokemon go app and the need for more powerful servers we can no longer afford to keep your
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player, barbara, hasn't heard about the bogus email, but isn't surprised. barbara/pokemon player: we're just out here trying to play the game and have fun and get out to all the parks with the kids, and someone's trying to make a profit off of that. like always. so here's what to look for: the email claims your account will be frozen unless you agree to pay $12.99 per month. it even includes a link for payments. along with getting your money, the crooks are also hoping to steal user passwords. but the bbb confirms, the email isn't from your app store or the game developer, niantic. still free. barbara/pokemon player: that makes me feel a lot better. darcy spears channel 13 action news.> we are on top of several breaking news stories this morning -- ahead in our second half-hour -- violent protests break out in milwaukee overnight with hundreds of people out on the streets. at least one police officer hurt. and here at home -- two people are dead in two separate
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plus -- a double shooting leaves two people dead at the golden nugget casino. north las vegas just releasing new details -- we'll have more in our next half-hour. ?
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have any suspects in custody. detecitves say there was large gathering outside of the casino and some kind of an argument started...that's when the two peopl were shot, the witnesses we spoke with say the people were playing craps, but police haven't confirmed that yet. and breaking overnight -- an elderly man was hit and killed by a car near las vegas boulevard and lake mead. police say the man was hit trying to cross the street with a walker... he was taken to the hospital in critical condition where he later died. th is cooperating with investigators. police say the victim was not using a cross walk at the time...in fact he was just feet away from it. las vegas metro police also having a deadly night on the roads. one person is dead and another recovering after this crash near colton and lamb. police say a car slammed into a flatbed trailer with a stack of rebar. a passenger in the car died on scene and the driver was taken to the hospital and is expected
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good morning las vegas! i'm ... the time now is ... let's get started with a check of your first alert forecast with dan bronis. good morning dan! ((ad-lib)) high pressure will bring near record temps to the area for the next couple of days as highs top out around 110 with dry conditions on both sunday the week. the first, small system will bring some breezes starting monday and will pass to our north through tuesday morning. we may see some high clouds as california coast throughout the week. wednesday and drop highs to 106 on tuesday and wednesday. highs will drop to 103 thursday, 102 friday and 101 saturday. at this point it doesn't look like it will bring us much moisture other than a few extra position itself to our southwest correctly, we may get a shot at rain late in the week. breaking overnight -- in milwaukee at least one officer
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violent. it's all because of an officer-involved shooting in which a man was killed. a gas station has been set on fire along with other business in the city. the milwaukee fire department said they couldn't fight the fire because protes also shooting there. police say there were around 1000 people out on the streets. one of the officers was hurt when someone threw a brick at through a squad window, hitting him in the head. it's not yet clear how many people were arrested but officers were seen putting some protesters in handcuffs. to you voice your vote in the race for the white house now -- donald trump is on the campaign trail -- with a new call to action. abc's mary bruce reports --he's
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and vote on electiond day -- but to not stop there. he wants them to be on the watch for cheating. donald trump with a message to pennsylvania voters: if he loses there, it will be because hillary clinton played dirty. sot trump altoona pa the only way we can lose, in my opinion, i really mean this, pennsylvania, is if cheating goes on. i really believe it. make sure other people don't come in and vote 5 times. (gfx) and making that call for volunteers to help "stop election!" trump crying foul as he plummets in the key battleground states like florida (gfx/trump down 5 points), and north carolina (gfx/trump down 9 points) and showing signs of campaign fatigue.... sot trump: i want to get the hell out of here, i want to go home? he's giving voters whiplash ... flip- flopping ... on his claim the president..and clinton..founded isis. sot trump friday erie pa: so i you. // sot trump, altoona pa: i've
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somewhat sarcastically, i've been saying he's the founder of isis. and i say she's a close second. meanwhile, clinton's top surrogate coming to her defense on another front ... sot bill clinton: this is the biggest load of bull i ever heard forcefully dismissing claims that clinton lied when she said she never read classified emails on her private server as secretary of state donald trump's running mate.. mike pence.. is coming clean and releasing pence says the returns will be made publice before election day. that's contrary to trump, who is refusing to release his. hillary clinton has released her returns dating back to 19-77. trump says he's keeping his tax
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he's being audited by the i-r-s. v a mayor in arizona is turing down an invitation to an international conference later this month. the reason - the invitation was written in both english and spanish. huachuca city mayor ken taylor received an e-mail written in english and spanish because it was sent to mayors in the u-s and mexico. he replied "i will not attend a function that is sent to me in spanish-slash-mexican, one nation means one language and i caused by language." t was an invitation from john cook, a former el paso mayor and director of the u.s.-mexico border mayors' association. (john cook, u.s. - mexico border mayors association): "it was bigoted, i would say definitely bigoted, especially some of his e-mail responses back to me. you can tell that this man has absolutely no love for mexico." the thread included the message "if you don't take a stand, eventually the enemy
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message to our sister station the mayor said -- quote -- "i've been inundated with massive support from people all over america, so much support i am overwhelmed." this morning a miraculous story of survival out of des moines, iowa. a family of four.. walking away unharmed... after their small plane failed just after take-off. the frightening scene is caught on camera -- you can see a small prop plane.. engulfed in black smoke.. moments after an emergency parachute landing. his wife and two children on board when he realized just after take off they were in serious trouble. 1:03 we have engine failure 1:26 he just went down right off park, looks like chute was deployed he's on fire (plane) running out of time he deployed the plane's built-in parachute allowing the aircraft to float.. into an intersection.. the plane hit power lines on the way down. the family narrowly escaped.. before the plane erupted into flames broadcastify: "we just had the
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the f-a-a is now investigating the incident. today -- a woman fighting for her life after an alligator attack-- will undergo a amjor surgery. this morning -- we know it's thanks to her family she's still alive. officials say a 6 and a half foot alligator attacked kimberly sexton - nearly ripping off her hand. sexton was in a remote everglades fishing camp when she reached into the water to grab an empty soda can. that's when the alligator grabbed her. (sot broward sheriff fire rescue spokem she was standing on the dock and as she reached in to retrieve the can, that's when she was bitten by the alligator. two family members grabbed sexton by the legs to prevent her from being dragged into the water, freeing her from the alligators jaws. wildlife officials caught the alligator. right now -- police in raleigh, north carolina -- are searching high and low -- for a man who opened fire -- inside a popular mall. nats of yelling/screaming cell phone video shows the panic.
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police -- quick to respond -- put the mall on lockdown. hundreds of people file out -- many with their hands on their heads. "mark": we heard a few more shots, everbody started running//cars were bumping into me as as i ws running with the stroiller a witness reported hearing the gunfire -- right after watching an arugment in the food court. thankfully, nobody was hurt. over in georgia -- hazmat crews chemical spill northwest of atlanta. firefighters say some 23-hundred gallons of automotive cleaning solvent has spilled into a creek. fire crews came to the scene yesterday, but neighbors say the problem has existed for a while. they also say the spill turned the creek milky-white and gave it a foul smell. hazmat crews plan to scoop up all the contaminated water and then dig up soil underneath it. this morning we take a trip to a local pizzeria..... that's having some trouble with
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being a girl..... may have led to a violation... now let's head over to new york for a look what's coming up on this week with george at ten on channel 13. high pressure will bring near record temps to the area for
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monday. monday we'll start to feel the affect area weather throughout the week. the first, small system will bring some breezes starting monday and will pass to our north through tuesday morning. we may see some high clouds as it passes through. the next system is a larger pacific system that look like it will linger its way down the california coast throughout the week. it will keep us breezy through wednesday and drop highs to 106 on tuesday and wednesday. as it makes its way down the
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temps by a few more degrees. highs will drop to 103 thursday, 102 friday and 101 saturday. at this point it doesn't look like it will bring us much moisture other than a few extra clouds, so at this point we'll call for dry conditions for the next seven days. however, if the system were to position itself to our southwest correctly, we may get a shot at rain late in the week. high pressure will bring near record temps to the area for the next couple of days as with dry conditions on both sunday and monday. monday we'll start to feel the effect of two systems that will affect area weather throughout the week. the first, small system will bring some breezes starting monday and will pass to our north through tuesday morning.
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clouds as it passes through. the next system is a larger pacific system that look like it will linger its way down the california coast throughout the week. it will keep us breezy through wednesday and drop highs to 106 on tuesday and wednesday. as it makes its way down the coast it will continue to assist in shaving down high temps by a few more degrees. drop to 103 thursday, 102 friday and 101 saturday. at this point it doesn't look like it will bring us much moisture other than a few extra clouds, so at this point we'll call for dry conditions for the a shot at rain late in the week. ((ad-lib at desk)) when you see spoiled.. adulterated and unwholesome
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inspection.. it can only mean one thing. contact-13 chief investigators takes us out for pizza in today's dirty dining. /10:45 nat opening door/ inside the inn zone on flamingo and decatur, you'll find millano pizzeria. a place that's been under new ownership for just four months, but is already having trouble with the health district. 10:56 d: and we'd like to get your side of the story. what happened? why all these demerits? artak: the first, sorry for my english. owner artak aleksanyan partially blam barrier for his 36- demerit c grade. but you can't blame language for outdated food. 12:44 darcy: they did find expired food. a: this question is for restaurant depot. is not for me. d: you mean the cheese and the turkey that were expired? a: no, it's just the turkey. d: there was expired ricotta cheese also. there's a picture of it. a: oh. i don't remember about cheese. artak claims the turkey was already expired when he bought it from their wholesaler.
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it, you check the expiration date right? a: yeah, that's my fault. these peppers and onions have certainly seen fresher days. plus, the peppers weren't washed before being cut. and one of them was downright moldy. 14:30 d: again, that's like spoiled food in your kitchen. a: um hmm, um hmm. i can't answer because it's hundred percent our fault. inspectors also wrote up peppers stored on a dirty drain board next to open chemicals. plus... 14:53 d: they had some pictures of the pizza pans where the metal was frayed and a: i got new ones. d: you got new ones? because you don't want scrap metal in your pizza. a: yes, of course. and then there's the wide open bag of flour that was stored on the floor. 15:42 d: the floor is not a place to store anything.. food... a: it's the cook's fault. d: that was the cook's fault? a: yeah, she's a girl and i think it's heavy... artak says he's still learning artak: yeah. /nats putting pan back into place/ he didn't understand why he got dinged for his labels. health district rules say
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for seven days. millano pizzeria was labeling stuff for an eight day shelf life. 18:13 d: you know the saying, "what a difference a day makes?" a: yeah. d: apparently it makes a difference for food too. he shows us the fridge stocked with fresh food... 20:38 darcy: that was your turkey, right? that was your problem child. and tries to explain the biggest problem they had--food held in the temperature danger zone for more than three days including cooked chicken, pasta sauce and mozzarella cheese 21:10 a: if you have a broken freezer you end up losing a lot yeah, well, you know, again, it all comes back to the fact that you are still serving to the public, you're still putting food out there, and so whether you get inspected on that day or not, it's gotta be safe. a wake up call, he says, hoping to never see a c grade again. darcy tag: millano pizzeria was reinspected they're now back to an a grade.
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breaking news for you this morning -- metro just releasing new info about a deadly overnight crash -- more coming up. you're watching 13 action news, where you get breaking news fast and first.
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north las vegas police tell us they do not have any suspects in custody. detecitves say there was large gathering outside of the casino and some kind of an argument started...that's when the two peopl were shot, the witnesses we spoke with say the people haven't confirmed that yet. an elderly is dead after being hit by a car overnight. it happened near las vegas boulevard and lake mead. police say the man was hit trying to cross the street with a walker... the driver stayed on scene and is cooperating with investigators.. we have just learned it was a 19- year-old man who was killed in this crash near colton and lamb overnight. metro says the driver -- who is now in jail on dui charges
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a passenger in the car died on scene and the driver was taken to the hospital and is expected to be ok. ((ad-lib)) thanks for joining us this
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shawn tempesta: welcome to the morning blend extra. i'm shawn tempesta. now, does your home need a major repair or do you need to quickly sell your home for cash? well, real estate expert, investor and broker for first prime realty group, lathe levada, is back and he's here to show us how you can sell your home for cash. it's great having you. lathe levada: thank you. shawn: let's talk about this. you buy homes. what types of homes do you buy and what types of sellers do you buy from? lathe: i buy unwanted homes from sellers who need to sell quickly. generally, these sellers, these homes have massive repairs or the seller is facing some sort of hardship, such as a divorce,
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they own an unwanted rental property, and they live out of state, or someone's passed away in the family and they've inherited a property and they just need to sell that property. shawn: now, let's say they had a home that they wanted to be able to sell. why would they sell to you as opposed to doing any other method? lathe: well, i buy homes that generally need thousands of dollars of repair. shawn: yeah. lathe: so the homeowner is unable to complete those repairs, and typically a cash buyer like myself is one of the only buyers that could purchase that house and mak repairs. the normal loan buyer can't buy those or don't want to buy those typically... shawn: they don't have the cash on hand to do that. lathe: exactly. with stringent guidelines, they're not able to buy these sorts of homes so a cash buyer like myself needs to come in and purchase those homes. shawn: so take us through the process. you buy a home, what happens to it next? lathe: well, the homes that i buy generally, i will either hold as long term rental properties in my portfolio after
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the repairs and put the home back on the market for resale so that a loan buyer can go ahead and purchase the property at that point. this is a win-win, and i like all my deals to be win-win deals. i enjoy buying these homes because i get to help out homeowners in bad situations. shawn: of course. these are homeowners that need a resolution relatively quickly. and you're kind of that knight in shining armor. that's what he is. i like that. the seller, do they have to pay the real estate commission? shawn: there is no real estate commissions on the homes i buy for cash. shawn: okay. pay for the seller's closing costs, ordinary closing costs at close of escrow. shawn: wow. lathe: these are as-is transactions. the seller doesn't have to make any costly repairs or fix-ups on the property. it's really truly meant for those sellers who want to sell quickly, get their cash out, and move on. shawn: how quickly are we talking here for a purchase? lathe: i've purchased homes with cash in under three days before. shawn: no kidding? lathe: yeah. shawn: wow. that's way, way faster than your
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to put it on the mls. that can really for somebody that's in a rush, that's perfect. yeah, it's quick but it's based on the seller's time frame, not mine. lathe: of course. lathe: so every situation is unique. every seller is different so we want to make sure that we're not rushing that seller. if they need more time, we give it to them. shawn: so how can a homeowner then find out whether or not your home is one of the homes they would maybe... you would like to purchase? shawn: well, the process is simple. they just give my office a call, and i'll do a 24-hour, no obligation cash offer, we'll do an evaluation of the home. that's the first step. the second step would be agreeing to a purchase price, drawing up a purchase agreement and the third step would be finalizing the transaction at a third party closing company-- title and closing company-- so they can get their cash profits and move on. shawn: that is like the easiest home sale ever. lathe: yeah. shawn: it's fantastic. if people want to be able to reach out, how do they do so? lathe: they can call my office at the (702)476-2000. that's really the best way and
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down and go over the condition of the home and what it is that the homeowner wants as far as profit out of the home and just come to an agreeable sales price that we can close on. shawn: i know, obviously, beyond this you are well versed in all things real estate, and you have a radio show. shawn: i do. it's on i-tunes and it's also on our website on demand so anybody who wants to listen to me on the radio take about all things real estate can just go to our website at lathelavada.com. shawn: absolutely. you can go there and check it ou a all the bases there. it's pretty awesome. and you can ask him questions too. lathe, it's great having you. lathe: thank you. shawn: thank you so much. again, you can catch lathe's radio show. it's available any time on his website or on i-tunes. you can sell your home to lathe for a guaranteed quick and easy 24-hour, no obligation cash offer. he can do the sale in as little as three days. that's fantastic. for more on his services, you can call the number or visit the website on your screen. lathe is also on facebook and twitter.
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(applause) well god bless you. it's a joy to come into your homes. if you're ever in our area, please stop by and be a part these are the finest people in all of houston, texas right here at lakewood. so come out when you can. thanks so much for tuning in today and thank you again for being here. i like to start with something funny. i heard about these three pastors that were in a boat on a lake fishing one day together. one of them said, "we never get to let our hair down. let's each tell the area that we struggle in the most, our greatest sin, so we can pray for each other." first man said, "i hate to

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