Ep. 101 – The 101st Episode

Matthew Maschler:

Welcome to the Real Estate Finder podcast. I’m Matthew Maschler, real estate broker with the signature real estate companies in the great state of Florida, and we are coming to you live from the 100th episode. Hey Bob, how are you? Bob, come sit down, throw the headphones on. We we’re coming to you live from the 100th episode celebration. I just figured I’d throw the mic on and see who’s here. Hey, this is so Robert Weinroth. How

Robert Weinroth:

Are you? Hey Matt. I’m just happy to be here today with your hundredth episode. As you know I’m here. I’m on my 90th. So

Matthew Maschler:

You’re on 90.

Robert Weinroth:

I’m on 90, so I got 10 more to go. And we’ll have another event like this

Matthew Maschler:

That’s going to be in two weeks, right? You do like five a week? No,

Robert Weinroth:

Just do

Matthew Maschler:

One a

Robert Weinroth:

Week. Just

Matthew Maschler:

Do one a week. You only do one a week.

Robert Weinroth:

That’s right. That’s awesome. But congratulations. Thank you. I think this is great. I know you’re doing two podcasts. This one, and you’re doing the one on WrestleMania.

Matthew Maschler:

Matthew Mania. Matthew. Matthew Mania. Matthew Mania.

Robert Weinroth:

Well, congratulations. I see your lovely bride. Wendy is here. Wendy

Matthew Maschler:

Today. Hi, Wendy. Oh, I think she was just wanting to sit next to me. I didn’t realize she wants to get on the

Robert Weinroth:

Oh, she’s putting on headphones. I think she wants to be part of the talent here. All right. Hi, Wendy. Hi. All right. What a celebration. I’m really excited to be

Matthew Maschler:

Here. There’s like 50 people here. This is amazing. We have cupcakes, we have champagne. We got realtors from all over Florida. Hi. How are you? Come sit down. Come join us. So, hi Wendy. How are you? I’m

Wendy Maschler:

Good. How are you? I swore I’d never be on the show.

Matthew Maschler:

Have have you ever been on the show? No. No. I’ve lost my street. Have you ever been to the studio? No. You’ve never been to the studio?

Robert Weinroth:

Well, I’ve had Pam on twice, so that’s twice in 90 episodes.

Matthew Maschler:

Pam, Jill, send Pam Weinroth over. We’re going to get her on Pam wine. Rough. You don’t know her. So Wendy, what do you think?

Wendy Maschler:

This is

Matthew Maschler:

Amazing. What is between the decor and the, what do you call the food refreshments? What do you like the best here

Wendy Maschler:

That you are

Matthew Maschler:

Here? Ah, thank you so much.

Robert Weinroth:

A hundred episodes. That’s a smart wife. It’s all right. You’re not in. So now we have the two power couples,

Matthew Maschler:

The power couples of Boca Ratone. There

Robert Weinroth:

We go. There we

Matthew Maschler:

Go. Pam. Throwing those headphones.

Robert Weinroth:

Yeah,

Matthew Maschler:

Sticking a picture. You sticking a picture? He’s taking a picture. We have Michael Connor, Michael O’Connor, Michael from Queens taking pictures. Hey

Robert Weinroth:

Mike. Hey

Matthew Maschler:

Guys. Hey Pam. How are you?

Pamela Weinroth:

Hi Matt. Hi Wendy.

Robert Weinroth:

Hi. So I told Wendy this is Wendy’s first time on in a hundred episodes. Oh,

Matthew Maschler:

At 70 episodes of Matthew Mania, 170 podcast episodes altogether. I weren’t sure if

Pamela Weinroth:

They were a The a hundred was a combination.

Matthew Maschler:

No, they’re separate corporations, separate LLCs, separate tax id numbers, separate. City of Boca business registrations.

Robert Weinroth:

We knew you wouldn’t cheat. We knew this was going to be an authentic 100th episode,

Matthew Maschler:

100th episodes of real estate under podcast. I don’t think I’m going to do a hundred episodes of the Matthew Mania podcast because that podcast is mostly nonsense.

Pamela Weinroth:

You mean couldn’t continue nonsense.

Matthew Maschler:

Well, this is a little bit more, I mean, this episode might be nonsense, but the show is a little bit more professional.

Pamela Weinroth:

Wrestling is serious.

Matthew Maschler:

It’s not just wrestling. It’s really anything I want

Pamela Weinroth:

In the world.

Matthew Maschler:

In the world. Yeah. Okay. It’s Matthew Mania. It’s not WrestleMania. Oh,

Pamela Weinroth:

Nice. I see. Now I understand.

Matthew Maschler:

We do talk about wrestling a lot, but I had a great episode with Lindsay talking about the college application process. Lindsay’s my daughter. She’s a freshman at university, Vermont.

Robert Weinroth:

That’s a long time ago for me. I got one in the Army and one who’s practicing law out in California. Although we had good news this week. Pam’s son got engaged.

Pamela Weinroth:

David. Oh, David. David.

Matthew Maschler:

Congratulations.

Pamela Weinroth:

Congratulations. That’s,

Matthew Maschler:

That’s awesome.

Robert Weinroth:

So in this week of terrible news, it’s nice to have a,

Matthew Maschler:

It is nice to have. Do you know when the Bachelor party is?

Pamela Weinroth:

Not yet, but I’ll make sure you’re on the invitation.

Matthew Maschler:

Remind call David. Alright, thanks. Good Bachelor party.

Robert Weinroth:

Well, I don’t want to hug this. I know you have a lot of guests here that would like to,

Matthew Maschler:

Everyone who appears on the 100th episode gets a 100th episode back.

Robert Weinroth:

I’m so happy I’m here.

Matthew Maschler:

What a cute idea. And we’ll come up with the next. Yes guys, you want to come on. Alright,

Robert Weinroth:

Well congratulations Matt. Jump on.

Pamela Weinroth:

Oh, we got some signature people. Yeah,

Matthew Maschler:

A lot of signature real estate agents.

Pamela Weinroth:

Alright, hold on for signature.

Matthew Maschler:

All all. Alright, I’ll be back for the 200th episode. You’ll back, you’re leaving already. You don’t even want to segue until the other people get set up. Okay,

Pamela Weinroth:

I will stay then.

Matthew Maschler:

So what do you think of the podcast studio? It’s a beautiful space. Yeah. Wendell, you could jump on. Beautiful space. Yeah. Shout out to Christine Lynn. Brian McKay in the photo booth. I want to thank you for creating this wonderful party. It is a lovely party. And Wendy, you may have a bag as a party gift. Hi President, how are you? I’m pretty good. How about yourself, Matt? Tell me, I gave you an assignment for today. What did you bring to the party? Oh, I brought the cupcakes. Cupcakes. I brought the cupcakes and then Wendell, I just met. Hi Wendell, how are you?

Wendell:

Hey guys, how are you doing?

Matthew Maschler:

So Wendell is a real estate agent with Signature. He’s up in the Royal Palm Wellington area. So that’s a little bit far from me in Boca. So if anybody is looking in the Royal Palm Wellington area near the Wellington Mall, Olympia, I had a great listing in Olympia back in the day. Yeah, you reach out to Wendell. We’ll have him in more detail in 20 or 30 episodes from now. But Wendell, do you have a website or an Insta or?

Wendell:

Yeah, everybody could find me, Instagram or Facebook just by typing my name. And my phone number is (561) 698-3100.

Matthew Maschler:

And what’s your name?

Wendell:

Wendell Wendell Financial Services.

Matthew Maschler:

Wendell Financial Services. So go on Facebook or Instagram, find Wendell Financial Services. How long have you been a real estate agent?

Wendell:

About two years

Matthew Maschler:

Now. Two years. And have you been with Signature the whole time or you just joined us

Wendell:

The whole time?

Matthew Maschler:

Yeah. Okay. So how do you like it at Signature? It’s perfect. Yeah, it’s perfect. I love it. Perfect. I love to hear that. Perfect’s a good word. Yeah, perfect. Perfect’s a good word. Do we have any other signature agents here? Yeah, I think we have a lot. They’re all seem to be having a good time. Should we? Yeah. You know what? I forgot to mention Bob Robert Weinroth. He was on the show a few weeks ago. He was on, I was looking around the room and episode 70 twos here, episode 90 nines here. Episode one hundred’s on the way. Episode 73 was attorney Greg G. Oh, hello. Who’s this?

April Stewart:

Hey there. My name’s April Stewart.

Matthew Maschler:

Hi April, how are you?

April Stewart:

I am well. I am so excited to be part of this today. So excited to celebrate you. Yeah,

Matthew Maschler:

April’s husband was on episode 97. He’s our most favorite inspector Jamie Riley with Sherlock Holmes inspections. He was on episode 97 and he told me that you wanted to come on the podcast.

April Stewart:

Yes. I’m very happy to participate in things that are done Well. Alright,

Matthew Maschler:

Thank you. That’s a great

April Stewart:

Compliment. Yeah, absolutely.

Matthew Maschler:

It is. If you came on the podcast, what would we talk about?

April Stewart:

So I’m a director of business development for Symphony at Boca Raton, which is not to get scientific about it, but it’s a post-acute community. So it has assisted living and memory support

Matthew Maschler:

For, I legitimate thought it was a symphony. Yeah, that’s what I thought. Like the Boca Symphony.

April Stewart:

Oh, you know what, it’s beautiful and it’s very soothing there and we do have a lot of different activities and entertainers that come in, but it’s supported living for our seniors. And so what we’re finding is that with our aging population that is either in Florida or moving from out of the state down to Florida, oftentimes they need that supported living. And so that’s where I am.

Matthew Maschler:

That is a very important topic to discuss as real estate agents. We are dealing with someone now who doesn’t necessarily know where they’re going, but it has to go into assisted living. So yeah, we could definitely, there’s a piece of paper here, we’re going to write it down. It’s a podcast. It’s visual so you don’t see what I’m doing. So I’m going to write that down and yeah. Great. Thank you for joining us.

April Stewart:

Yeah, thank you so much. And congratulations again.

Matthew Maschler:

Oh, thank you so very, very much. So I looked up, Robert Weiner was on episode 48. Oh, okay. Gotcha. A little bit. And now we have Greg G in episode 72. One and only. Hello there. Hi Greg. How are you? I’m good. I’m good for having me. I’m so touched that you came. My pleasure. There’s a lot going on in the world with Israel and the attacks and there’s every synagogue and every organization has an event tonight, so everybody’s being pulled in different directions. So it’s very exciting that you came. So thank you so much. My pleasure. And congratulations to you on your 100th episode. Thank you so much. So I want to ask you a question. Sure. We were dealing with something today where the buyer wanted a one week extension, and so we made sure to tell you because they were supposed to close tomorrow, it’s important for you to know that they’re not closing tomorrow. That

Greg Gefen:

Would help.

Matthew Maschler:

Yes. The buyer was going to change their mortgage broker. Oh wow. And nobody thought to tell you. So how important would it be to let the title company, the closing agent, know that the mortgage company would change a closing? Is that something we should have told you?

Greg Gefen:

Well, it’s something that the buyer should have told us because we have to work and coordinate with whoever his new lender is and repurpose all the documents that we prepped and start getting them what they need. And there’s also other commitments that they have to make pursuant to the contract. So yeah, it would certainly help for them to touch base. But usually the title company’s usually the last one invited to the party

Matthew Maschler:

And what’s it called? My seller had already signed the documents and left your office when the buyer asked for that extension. Right. So is there a lot of work involved in writing all new documents? Oh, Christine’s here with champagne. Thank you, Christine. Now it’s a party.

Greg Gefen:

Alright. Well as far as the conveyance documents that the seller signed, we could usually hold those in escrow until the actual closing happens. And usually if the seller comes into pre-sign, we have them give us a power of attorney so that way we could go and do what we need to do. Obviously we wouldn’t do it or change anything without the seller’s concession and agreement. So we’d keep him in the loop.

Matthew Maschler:

Would the seller sign the closing statement or would you sign that for them? With a hud, we would

Greg Gefen:

Usually have the seller pre-sign the closing statement and those things could be signed electronically or by email or fax. The issue is the documents that need to be wet signed such as the notarized deeded and conveyance affidavits and stuff like that. That usually needs to be done by the seller. If we’re not coordinating. There’s other things that we could do too, such as remote, online, notary, mobile notary. So where there’s a will, there’s a way.

Matthew Maschler:

That’s awesome. And then is there a cost involved? I mean you signed, you prepared all these documents you got ready for tomorrow and now the closing’s not until next week, there’s a little bit more work involved in your thing. Is someone going to have to pay that?

Greg Gefen:

Yeah, I mean it really all depends. We try to me, we’ve been doing business for a long time, you know that we try to be fair. For example, on the buyer’s side, if we worked up a whole bunch of things for the buyer’s original lender, and then we have to stop and change everything for the new lender or because they’re closing cash and we have to recalibrate everything. So there might be some additional fees for the buyer. There shouldn’t really be much else that we have to do on the seller side in that circumstance.

Matthew Maschler:

Gotcha. Well I appreciate you having to do that little bit of extra work. I did squeeze a thousand dollars out of the buyer for the extension. Okay, so that was, do

Greg Gefen:

We get a piece

Matthew Maschler:

Of that? No, but I wanted to find out what you were going to charge. Well, the seller wants a thousand. How much my message was? I get it. The sellers a thousand. How much does the title agent want?

Greg Gefen:

That’s all good.

Matthew Maschler:

Do you want it $150? We’d put that in the addendum. It’s all good. We’ll charge

Greg Gefen:

The buyer what we need to charge

Matthew Maschler:

Him. It’s what? It’s alright. So remember that time we can put you right in the addendum. Okay. Alright. Thanks for joining us. Take it back. Send someone over. Thank you. So Christine came over with some champagne and who brought the champagne?

Kris Nersten:

I did.

Matthew Maschler:

Who are you? Chris Ty. Hi Chris. How are you? Good talking to the microphone. You’re too far away. Okay. Hi Chris. How are you? Doing well. 100 episodes. I love it. Do you listen to the episodes?

Kris Nersten:

Yes. Everyone.

Matthew Maschler:

Everyone? Yes. Did you listen to Greg Effs episode? Episode 72? Yes. Oh, that’s awesome.

Kris Nersten:

I fast forward a lot. You fast

Matthew Maschler:

Forward a lot

Kris Nersten:

When your voice is not on there. I fast forward

Matthew Maschler:

When someone else is talking best.

Kris Nersten:

It drives me insane.

Matthew Maschler:

Alright.

Kris Nersten:

But cheers to Cheers. A hundred episode

Matthew Maschler:

Now. Thanks so much. You want to stay or you want to? Yeah, I’m going to stay as long as you want. When you’re ready to go, take a bag and send someone else. Hi Jamie, how are you?

Jamie Riley:

Excellent, brother. How are

Matthew Maschler:

You? Jamie from episode 97. April was here before, did you hear? Yeah, we are looking forward to getting her on the podcast one day.

Jamie Riley:

Yeah, she’ll have a lot of insight and stuff and it’s great to be connected. The more you network, the more everybody gets somewhere with something.

Matthew Maschler:

Did you inspect any amazing houses today?

Jamie Riley:

No, actually had the whole week off so far, I think really good.

Matthew Maschler:

Oh, that is fun.

Jamie Riley:

I’ve done quite a bit since we spoke last though.

Matthew Maschler:

A little closer to the mic.

Jamie Riley:

I’ve done quite a bit since we spoke last time. Really?

Matthew Maschler:

Yeah. I might have. Travis, do we have a schedule, an inspection? I have Jamie. New builds. New builds. Okay. So remind me later to talk to you about New Build you and Jamie about new builds. So we need ’em for the punch list and then we need them 10 months after closing for the, what’s it called? Pre

Jamie Riley:

Warranty.

Matthew Maschler:

Pre warranty Inspection. Good stuff. Awesome.

Jamie Riley:

Alright. Congratulations on a hundred, by the way.

Matthew Maschler:

Thank you so much. And thank you for being part of it.

Jamie Riley:

You’re going to have at least another a hundred, right?

Matthew Maschler:

I’m going to take, I’m going to take at least one week off.

Jill Glanzer:

A one week sabbatical.

Matthew Maschler:

A one week sabbatical. Yeah. Right. And I already have something planned for next. I usually record Tuesdays at 11. I already planned something for next Tuesday. Oh,

Jill Glanzer:

I’m waiting.

Jamie Riley:

Surprise. Or are you going to tell us here?

Matthew Maschler:

It’s a business meeting for the November 5th, the wrestling show. Excellent. Cool. If you want to hear more about the wrestling show, check out matthew mania.com. We’re not going to have a 100th episode celebration from Matthew Mania. No, no, no. Matthew Mania is just, it’s always a celebration.

Jill Glanzer:

How many episodes have there been,

Matthew Maschler:

Neil? You know how many we’ve done for

Jill Glanzer:

About 76.

Matthew Maschler:

76. Yeah,

Jamie Riley:

But who’s counting, right?

Matthew Maschler:

78. We did 78.

Jamie Riley:

That’s awesome.

Matthew Maschler:

Correct. Neil’s not on. Hi Jill, how

Jill Glanzer:

Are you? I’m doing great.

Jamie Riley:

She was actually with April at another event before she came here.

Matthew Maschler:

Yep. Boca Chamber.

Jill Glanzer:

I was actually at my friend’s place where she works at Abby del Rey. Abby Delray Senior Living, and she had a shopping event there and April was there as well.

Matthew Maschler:

Alright. I want to get Randy and April in for the podcast together.

Jill Glanzer:

Yes, that would be great.

Matthew Maschler:

Yeah, that would be good to have both. That would be

Jill Glanzer:

Really good. Yeah.

Matthew Maschler:

Awesome. So

Jamie Riley:

That is your birthday celebration,

Matthew Maschler:

November the birthday Bash. Yeah. Chris, send me a postcard. You

Jamie Riley:

Have the information on that

Matthew Maschler:

Birthday bash, November 5th,

Jamie Riley:

All those awesome memories from last year popping up in my timeline from the eighties party that you had, that eighties,

Jill Glanzer:

That was 2021. No. Was

Matthew Maschler:

It eighties party? Yeah, it wasn’t the last year. Eighties party was two years ago like this and two days ago, I dunno, I forget where I was Monday or Sunday. Neil. The eighties party was two years ago. Monday or Sunday. When did we realize that it was the two year anniversary? Was that at dinner with the guys or was that at the Giants game

Jill Glanzer:

Talk?

Matthew Maschler:

There’s no more seats. Chris ain’t giving up a seat. Well, it

Jamie Riley:

Was an absolute blasts it popped up. Share

Matthew Maschler:

The microphone with Chris. It’s

Jamie Riley:

Weird because it’s been popping up in my timeline all week. I didn’t share everything all at once because there was so much to share. But we had video of that band was phenomenal.

Matthew Maschler:

The band was phenomenal on Movie Cube. The food was phenomenal. If anyone wants to check that out, matthew mania.com, you can see some of the videos and clips and pictures. What was interesting is I didn’t know the guy, the guy that did the sound and the lighting for the party. He was an outside vendor for Mike Cype who was the production company. And after that party, that’s when Mike and that guy’s name was Tom decided that Tom, they were going to partner up on a new venture to do this together. And it was my eighties party. That was what prompted them to do that. And my first wrestling show was the first show Tom did as partners with Mike Sipe. So I bookended the Tom Thurgood career change from independent contractor to partner and Tom is one of, Hey Elliott, how are you? And Tom is one of the four top executives. Me, Neil, Tom, and Lio of Bo Ratton Championship wrestling. Well that’s awesome. So there’s a lot of things that were birthed at that eighties party that

Jamie Riley:

Was a blast. I remember the DeLorean in the parking lot. That was fun.

Matthew Maschler:

You needed a time machine to get to the eighties. There’s always a reason for everything and people don’t always, you see, I don’t always come to the podcast and explain it, but we had the DeLorean, the idea of did you, I dunno.

Jamie Riley:

I went through it and saw the hoverboard inside. It was blast.

Matthew Maschler:

But the idea was to get to the eighties, you needed a time machine. Exactly. Yeah. So now obviously I do everything a little extra and I had a bill and Ted’s phone booth inside and had two time machines.

Jamie Riley:

We took home arcade game, like mini arcade game, gift bag giveaways. When I mean that party, nothing was left out. You guys thought of everything. Shout

Matthew Maschler:

Out to Wendy. Shout to Wendy. Hey, there’s a line a mile long trying to get onto this thing, so grab a bag and send someone over. Hi Jill,

Jill Glanzer:

How are you? Hi. I’m doing good.

Matthew Maschler:

Can I have a day off tomorrow?

Jill Glanzer:

Sure. Yay. Absolutely. I got to get a haircut, but I could still text you, right?

Matthew Maschler:

Absolutely. Absolutely.

Jill Glanzer:

Yeah.

Kris Nersten:

I was going to ask you what propelled you to start this podcast?

Matthew Maschler:

Stacey Garcia would call me every night with questions and I wanted to record them.

Kris Nersten:

Interesting. You never brought up any of the rehabs that you did when we did the foreclosures.

Matthew Maschler:

Let’s have, so Chris, if you can, I’m going to give you a pen and paper. I want you to come up with five or six topics or stories that you want to talk about when we do episode 1 99 with Chris Ston.

Kris Nersten:

I knew I’d make the hundredth. I was so looking forward to making this hundredth. I thank you so much, Matt,

Matthew Maschler:

Really appreciate back. Congratulations

Kris Nersten:

On your hundred.

Matthew Maschler:

Hi Neil. How are you?

Neil Glazier:

Good. How are you doing?

Matthew Maschler:

Matthew? Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the Glaser’s Edge corner of the Real Estate Finder podcast. Neil Vail, executive chairman and current cruiserweight champion of Po Ratton Championship wrestling Deal Glaser. Yeah,

Neil Glazier:

This is a real change of scenery here. I think this is the first time I’ve been on the Real Estate Finder

Matthew Maschler:

Podcast. You’ve never been on the Real Estate Finder podcast? I’ve never been on it. Jill, have you ever been on the Matthew Baby podcast? I have, yes. Yes, yes. A lot of firsts today. I didn’t say a lot, but yes. Be part of this. Are you coming on? Yeah. Come on. Grab a headset. Yeah.

Elisa Jordana:

Okay, headset. Okay. Thank you.

Matthew Maschler:

All right. Hi. How are you? Good to you. Welcome. Everybody gets a chance to record and kicks a bag afterwards. Yeah, it’s going to be fun

Elisa Jordana:

Seat. Should I let somebody else

Matthew Maschler:

On? Yeah. Yeah. Give up your seat, take a bag and send someone else over. Hi.

Elisa Jordana:

Yes, thank you.

Matthew Maschler:

Do you know who this is? Not you? I have absolutely no idea.

Elisa Jordana:

Oh, wow. This is great sound they have here. Right? Hi. They have terrific sound.

Matthew Maschler:

I have a very important question. Great to see you again. I have a very important question. You

Elisa Jordana:

Have a very important question for me. Yes. For me, yes. Thank you. Yes. Who are you? I’m Elisa Jordana.

Matthew Maschler:

Hi, Lisa Jordana. Who are

Elisa Jordana:

You?

Matthew Maschler:

Matthew Ashler.

Elisa Jordana:

Matthew, nice to meet you. This is my podcast. This is your podcast

Matthew Maschler:

Episode, the 100th episode. Episode. Episode. Congratulations. Were you just walking by and saw free champagne and

Elisa Jordana:

Cupcakes? I was walking by

Matthew Maschler:

And saw free champagne and cupcakes

Elisa Jordana:

And I was very thirsty, so I came in.

Matthew Maschler:

Well, welcome it.

Elisa Jordana:

Who’s that? That’s Aaron. That’s my friend, that’ss Aaron. What’s your name again? Norie. Nory

Matthew Maschler:

Aaron. Sit Down’s,

Elisa Jordana:

Norie. There’s Christie, there’s Tommy. I brought all my friends.

Matthew Maschler:

Tommy’s here. Did you come here on purpose or literally

Elisa Jordana:

Welcome by? She invited me out. I invited them. Yeah.

Matthew Maschler:

Did you listen to the podcast?

Elisa Jordana:

Okay, so I’m a fan of this place, this pod popular Popeye, yeah, place. I did one podcast here and it was such a great experience.

Matthew Maschler:

You did one episode of one podcast?

Elisa Jordana:

I did one episode because I’m a live streamer and we don’t really do podcasts, but I’m a fan of podcasts and I love a podcast and I love somebody that does a hundred episodes of anything. I know how hard that is.

Matthew Maschler:

Not only that, Neil and I have a different podcast.

Elisa Jordana:

What is that?

Matthew Maschler:

The Matthew Mania podcast.

Elisa Jordana:

Oh wow. Mania.

Matthew Maschler:

And that’s on,

Elisa Jordana:

I’m in a mania consulate.

Matthew Maschler:

And that’s on episode 78?

Elisa Jordana:

78. 78, yeah. Great. So you’re almost 200 episodes

Matthew Maschler:

In. Yeah. Combined. We have 178 podcast episodes. How do

Elisa Jordana:

You do it? What advice would you give to a new podcaster that only has one or two episodes?

Matthew Maschler:

Exactly. I mean, it depends on really what you’re trying to say. What’s

Neil Glazier:

Your podcast about?

Elisa Jordana:

What’s my podcast about? Yeah. So what I do is I do IRL, which stands for in Real Life, where we go to events and we get new people and we do Man on the Streets stuff. And then we come into someplace like this and talk about what happened. So basically what we want to do is build an audience of all kinds of people, have them laugh with us and just have fun. But I know how hard it is to do it consistently. So what keeps you guys going?

Matthew Maschler:

The passion. I got a lot say passion.

Elisa Jordana:

Passion. You’re very

Matthew Maschler:

Passionate. Hey Michael. Come here a second. Can you get a picture of the video? No. No, you can’t see it, but I see it with my eye from this side. I like this. I like this little look. You

Elisa Jordana:

Like it? I’m

Matthew Maschler:

Looking at myself on tv. Yeah,

Elisa Jordana:

You look

Matthew Maschler:

Beautiful. Jamie’s not going to want to be the picture. Go like this.

Neil Glazier:

So are you live streaming right now?

Elisa Jordana:

Yes, we’re live streaming right now. I do it every day from four to eight. How many

Neil Glazier:

People are seeing this? Four to

Elisa Jordana:

Eight. Now. Thousands of people will see this crazy. But right now I have like 200 live viewers

Matthew Maschler:

Every day from four to eight, you walk around with seven people. You just wandering around

Elisa Jordana:

Bo? Yeah, I have a team. I got this guy. I got her. I got Christie. Tommy’s hiding in the back. Yeah, I have a

Matthew Maschler:

Team. How many cameras do you have going? Two. No,

Elisa Jordana:

No. So for IRL, the beauty of it is, so there’s just one camera. There’s just one camera. Then I have lighting. I have LED lights that we take around. That’s why I like this place is because they already have that. That’s amazing.

Matthew Maschler:

That’s amazing.

Elisa Jordana:

Yeah. Yeah. And we do a lot of do food, food reviews, fashion. We went to a haunted house.

Matthew Maschler:

Are you Boca based or do you

Elisa Jordana:

West Palm

Matthew Maschler:

Beach. West Palm Beach based? Yeah.

Elisa Jordana:

I used to live in New York. I did radio there.

Matthew Maschler:

Where in New York?

Elisa Jordana:

Upper West Side. Oh,

Matthew Maschler:

I’m from State Island. I’ve never been to the Upper West Side. Oh, you haven’t. I mean, state Island’s down bottom.

Elisa Jordana:

Right, right, right. Upper West Side. Never ventured out. Huh?

Matthew Maschler:

That’s like upstate New York to me.

Elisa Jordana:

I love Boca though.

Matthew Maschler:

I love Boca.

Elisa Jordana:

I love

Matthew Maschler:

Boca. A great city. That could have been the name of my podcast.

Elisa Jordana:

What? I love Boca. Boca. You could have a third one with another a hundred episodes. Yeah.

Matthew Maschler:

No, but my real estate business is all over the state. Real estate. I try not to. Yeah. So what do you

Aaron Clemens:

Do? My name’s Aaron Clemens. I’m creating a new nonprofit, save teen.org. CEO of raising awareness for parents to adopt teens in the foster care system.

Matthew Maschler:

Parents who adopt teens in the foster care system.

Aaron Clemens:

Yes. Raising awareness for that issue.

Matthew Maschler:

Oh, that’s great.

Aaron Clemens:

Yep. We’re start in West Palm Beach, our headquarters, getting all our paperwork done and so on. Got our board of directors. We got off the ground.

Matthew Maschler:

I go to several foster events in Boker Tom, based over the course of the year. Exactly. Do you have a

Aaron Clemens:

Card? Yeah, we have a website. Save team.org. So you can just go to that for more information.

Matthew Maschler:

Do I sound really old when I say Do you have a card?

Aaron Clemens:

I do have a card. I’m also a marketing manager for bio affordable insurance. We save people 20 to 30% of their health life, dental, vision insurance

Neil Glazier:

Too. Man. Aaron’s getting some free plugs today.

Matthew Maschler:

Aaron

Elisa Jordana:

Is a

Matthew Maschler:

Business now. I’m all about the free plus. That’s why I

Aaron Clemens:

Love him. I’m well connected. I’ve been on TV news interviews before. I’ve done real estate. Asset protection, commercial real. My family owns a real estate company too. Property, redeemers

Matthew Maschler:

Property. Yes. So is that, do people go to

Aaron Clemens:

Foreclosure? No, they do remodels. Build new homes, rent properties out, remodel kitchens and Bath.

Matthew Maschler:

That’s amazing. Yep. That’s amazing. In Boca or West Palm? West

Aaron Clemens:

Palm. And they live in North Palm.

Matthew Maschler:

And they live in North Palm. Where did you go to high school?

Aaron Clemens:

I went to Palm Beach Gardens High. Palm Beach Garden. Yep.

Matthew Maschler:

Barbara come. Would you mind?

Aaron Clemens:

Barbara’s

Elisa Jordana:

Leaving? I do not mind.

Aaron Clemens:

I love show. Her show is amazing.

Matthew Maschler:

So plug your show real quick. My

Elisa Jordana:

Show. Okay. My show is IRL queen.com. Elisa Jordana. You could look me up. I’d love to have the great people at Boca listen to my show.

Matthew Maschler:

But they’re going to the web, they’re going to Insta, they’re going to Facebook. I like

Elisa Jordana:

YouTube. Google. You could Google. Lisa Jordana. Lisa Jordana.

Matthew Maschler:

Yeah.

Elisa Jordana:

Thank you guys so much. Thank you for having me. Congratulations.

Matthew Maschler:

Barbara, jump on. Aaron, take a bag and give you sheets. Somebody.

Aaron Clemens:

Hey Barbara. Sounds great. No,

Matthew Maschler:

Barbara, get

Aaron Clemens:

On. Thank you for having me on the show. On coming

Matthew Maschler:

On.

Aaron Clemens:

Come on. Barbara’s not

Elisa Jordana:

Coming.

Matthew Maschler:

No, but one minute. Just Barbara. Come

Aaron Clemens:

On one minute.

Matthew Maschler:

You got to give a call. You got to talk about your website. You got to say who you are. Yeah. No. All right. You’re going to have to come back. Take a bag. You got a bag? Aaron? You got a bag? Got a bag. Sam, you humping on. Come on. Jump on it. Thank

Aaron Clemens:

You for your time,

Matthew Maschler:

Neil. Neil, take it back. You grab it again. I’m out. You can hear me. Get Jamie or Seth or something. I wanted to

Aaron Clemens:

Be on your show again sometime soon.

Matthew Maschler:

Yeah, yeah. Anytime you want. Did I give you a card? Nope.

Aaron Clemens:

Yeah. Thank you very much. Matt, reach

Matthew Maschler:

Out to me. I just want to say one thing before I go. Oh, wait. Wait. Aaron? Yes. Do you like professional wrestling?

Aaron Clemens:

Oh yeah. I like wwe.

Matthew Maschler:

Yes. So November 5th? Yes. Boca Raton Championship Wrestling. Okay. Okay. Have a card.

Aaron Clemens:

You have to show up to that.

Matthew Maschler:

Neil has a match. He’s the defending Cruiserweight champion. Nice.

Aaron Clemens:

That’s

Matthew Maschler:

Awesome. We’ve got to have a 30 woman battle royal. Okay. Which that’s worth the ticket alone. Okay. November 5th if you want to come. I

Aaron Clemens:

Would love to. Thank

Matthew Maschler:

You very much. There’s seven tickets left. Okay. Yep. Bo raton wrestling.com.

Aaron Clemens:

Sounds great. Thank you very much.

Matthew Maschler:

Alright, six tickets. Take a bag and find someone in your seat.

Aaron Clemens:

Sounds

Matthew Maschler:

Good. So every time I say take a bag, this is a podcast so you can’t see ’em. We have these beautiful 100th episode, real Estate finder bags made by Thinkk.

Sam Think SG Inc:

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Matthew Maschler:

Think sg inc. Is the website. Hi, Sam. Hi Matt. Sam, gem, owner and operator of think sg inc.com.

Sam Think SG Inc:

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Matthew Maschler:

Of. Alright.

Sam Think SG Inc:

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Matthew Maschler:

Congratulations. Thank you so much. Thank you for making the bags. You’re welcome. And the swag and the T-shirts. Thank

Sam Think SG Inc:

You for supporting us. And pss, you don’t have six tickets left. You only have three because I need three. Well,

Matthew Maschler:

You’re going to have to talk to Neil. Get online. I’ll take care of it today. By the time this episode drops, they’re going to be very, very few left. So yeah, so promotional materials. Think sg, inc. Give a little plug. Say that again? Give a little plug.

Sam Think SG Inc:

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Matthew Maschler:

Monday. Man Crush Monday. Every Monday. Yep. All right. I love it. I love it. Take a bag and find someone to fill your seat. You got it. Hey Elliot, how are you?

Elliot Edelman:

Hey Matt. How are you doing? I’m

Matthew Maschler:

Scrolling through. Do you remember what episode you were on?

Elliot Edelman:

I believe it was 68.

Matthew Maschler:

68. Oh, so more recent. I was going down into the

Elliot Edelman:

Forties. I was hoping to be one after that

Matthew Maschler:

PG show. Come on Joe. You know what? It’s funny. The title is Trading Stocks, currency and Jokes with Elliot Edelman. And there he is with his jokes. Hi Jamie, how are you? Hi, how are you? Welcome to this podcast studio. Thanks for having me. Thank you so much for coming. Of course. Jamie Kott, real estate investor. Landlord. Landlord poker. So how are the rents doing? The rent’s up? Good. Very up. The rents are up. Yeah. Yeah. Did that tenant, last time we spoke, your tenant was forfeiting the deposit.

Jaime Medlicott:

Oh yes. Part

Matthew Maschler:

Of

Jaime Medlicott:

It. Part of it with

Matthew Maschler:

Damages with forfeiting the deposit with damages.

Elliot Edelman:

That’s a negative.

Matthew Maschler:

Yeah. Well, yeah. It depends on what the damages are, right? If the deposit’s sufficient and excessive, then maybe you couldn’t win out a little bit.

Jaime Medlicott:

In our case it was

Matthew Maschler:

So that was good. Yeah. There was enough money to make up for it in your case. I was glad to help you and glad you had a good result on that one. Yes. Thank

Jaime Medlicott:

You so

Matthew Maschler:

Much. So what do you think of prices?

Jaime Medlicott:

I think things are crazy, but I also, I was actually just doing our 22 taxes yesterday, and just the price of everything has gone up so much. So originally when all the rents were going up so high, you thought, oh, I’m going to be making a lot of money. But then here comes insurance and taxes and everything going up 25, 30, 40%. Yeah.

Matthew Maschler:

Jamie and I have been looking at real estate together for a very long time, and some properties that seemed expensive at 400 K. Yes. It seemed like a deal at 1.1. No kidding.

Jaime Medlicott:

Preston and I were just talking, we’re like, well, a million dollars seemed like a lot of money three years ago and kicking myself now.

Matthew Maschler:

Absolutely. Absolutely. What do you think Elliot is a million dollars worth what it used to be?

Elliot Edelman:

It’s a crazy world we’re in right now, so I don’t know. You need to have a house with a bunker in it, I think.

Matthew Maschler:

I mean, I was in some of those bunkers this summer, and I can’t post any of the photos because I’m on the border with Gaza. I’m in the bunk, but I’m smiling. So it seems inappropriate to be in the bunkers and smiling. I dunno what I was thinking. They’re painted very colorful because they’re just part of life and the neighborhood, so you don’t want ’em to look bad. But yeah, it is a crazy world we’re living in right now. Luckily, we’re here in Boca. We’re relatively safe and secure and celebrating because life should be celebrated. Yes, absolutely. Absolutely. Thank you, Jamie. Just grab a bag and find someone to fill your seat. Thank you

Michelle Martinez:

So much.

Matthew Maschler:

And Elliot, how are the kids?

Elliot Edelman:

Everybody is fine right now.

Matthew Maschler:

Did you hear the college episode with Lindsey?

Elliot Edelman:

You know what? College

Matthew Maschler:

Application process? I

Elliot Edelman:

Wanted to play it. I haven’t had a

Matthew Maschler:

Chance. That’s a good one. I wanted

Elliot Edelman:

To, got to get to it.

Matthew Maschler:

Yours are seniors.

Elliot Edelman:

Seniors,

Matthew Maschler:

Seniors. And hold on. Did they come out? We don’t know yet. We take a little photo break. We don’t know what they’re thinking yet. Yeah. Do anyone want to stay at home? No. Everyone wants to get the hell out. Right?

Elliot Edelman:

Maybe in Florida. Maybe not in Florida,

Matthew Maschler:

Maybe. Well, I’m an amateur college guidance counselor. I can give you, share some experience with the college search and the application process. Where are we? What month is this? It’s October. So November 1st. You got to get those early actions in. All

Elliot Edelman:

Right. Yeah. So you and Wendy, you’re our lead scouts for everything. I dunno if we’ll ever catch you. Maybe one of my kids will get married before your kids, and then we’ll tell you about the wedding process. But you’ve always been a year or two ahead of us.

Matthew Maschler:

Oh yeah. Yep. Like my older brother, he’s always been my older brother. Yep. Alright. Alright. All right. Thanks for joining us. Grab a bag, find someone to fill your

Elliot Edelman:

Seat. It’s a pleasure. Congratulations.

Matthew Maschler:

Hey, Michelle, how are you?

Michelle Martinez:

Hey, Matt. How are you doing?

Matthew Maschler:

Episode 99?

Michelle Martinez:

Yes, that I was on. Yay.

Matthew Maschler:

Episode 91st

Michelle Martinez:

Time. Wow.

Matthew Maschler:

Yeah. So exciting. And you’re back for 1 0 1. We’re celebrating the 100th episode, which dropped this morning. October 9th, my brother’s birthday. We’re celebrating the hundredth episode and we’re recording the hundred and first episode.

Michelle Martinez:

Fantastic. Well, congratulations on your hundredth episode. Of

Matthew Maschler:

Course. And did you win your pickleball game today?

Michelle Martinez:

You know what? I did not play today. I took these last two days off. I know. Can you believe

Matthew Maschler:

It? Well, thank you for your congratulations. That was, did you go back and listen to your episode?

Michelle Martinez:

No. No.

Matthew Maschler:

Did you share it with people?

Michelle Martinez:

I did. I did.

Matthew Maschler:

Who are you the most excited to send a link to and say, Hey, check out my episode.

Michelle Martinez:

Just my girlfriend in New York. She’s a lawyer out there, so she does contracts, and that was exciting to send it to her there. And it was just exciting just to be part of it. What? Something to learn a different thing. That’s awesome. So yeah,

Matthew Maschler:

Could you introduce my next guest?

Michelle Martinez:

So we have Travis.

Matthew Maschler:

Hi Travis.

Michelle Martinez:

Hello. He was part of Signature Real Estate Finder and he is awesome and such a supportive person to come to all these

Matthew Maschler:

Events. You’ve been on the podcast episode, right? I have Early, yep. Like top 20 I think it was. I got to go back and look. Yeah.

Michelle Martinez:

Do you remember which number, Chaz?

Matthew Maschler:

No, but it was funny. We’re going to look.

Michelle Martinez:

Oh, but that means you need to come back on again. It was funny. It

Matthew Maschler:

Might’ve been before I started putting everybody’s names in the episode. Yes.

Travis Julmis:

No, no, no, no, no name was on

Matthew Maschler:

There. Your name was on it. All right.

Travis Julmis:

Yeah, I think, all

Matthew Maschler:

Right, I’m up to 30, man, I must’ve skipped it. I got to go back to one and look again.

Michelle Martinez:

So, Matt,

Matthew Maschler:

Wait, 36.

Michelle Martinez:

36. 36. Look

Travis Julmis:

At that. There it is.

Michelle Martinez:

How old are you, Matt? How old are you, Travis? 53.

Travis Julmis:

No, you’re

Matthew Maschler:

Not.

Michelle Martinez:

You’re in your thirties. So three. Okay. You have a few more years. It would’ve been interesting if it was episode 33 and you’re 33 years old.

Matthew Maschler:

Yeah, yeah,

Travis Julmis:

Yeah. Unfortunately

Matthew Maschler:

All, so I’ll have to remember, we’ll have to have you back for 1 36.

Travis Julmis:

Absolutely. Everybody.

Michelle Martinez:

Or 1 33.

Travis Julmis:

No.

Michelle Martinez:

So how’s Wellington? Were you in Wellington already when you did that episode?

Travis Julmis:

No. Yeah. No, no, no, no, no, no. Not yet.

Matthew Maschler:

36 was May of 22.

Michelle Martinez:

Okay. So you’ll have a lot to talk about the Wellington area when you come back. We

Travis Julmis:

Could talk about the horses and Yeah.

Michelle Martinez:

And the Cowboys.

Travis Julmis:

Yeah. Yeah, that too.

Matthew Maschler:

Dallas Cowboys?

Michelle Martinez:

No, the Cowboys in Wellington. It’s because all the equestrians are out there.

Matthew Maschler:

We are not looking for, well, listen customers, real estate customers. For Travis, we are not looking for the Cowboys. No cowboys. We’re looking for the owners of the horses. Thank

Michelle Martinez:

You. Owners of the horses.

Matthew Maschler:

Okay.

Travis Julmis:

And the AC boxes.

Matthew Maschler:

We want to sell those 80 acre ranches.

Travis Julmis:

Thank you. Those

Matthew Maschler:

Large equestrian parcels.

Michelle Martinez:

Yes. We should put that on the vision board.

Matthew Maschler:

On the vision board. Yeah.

Travis Julmis:

Make sure the vision board is in gold with

Michelle Martinez:

Diamonds and gold. Golden and diamonds. Yes. Okay. Love it. Love it.

Matthew Maschler:

Alright.

Michelle Martinez:

Well, Matt, congratulations

Matthew Maschler:

Again. Thank you, Michelle.

Michelle Martinez:

It’s a wonderful party. Thank you for

Matthew Maschler:

Having us. Hold on. We’re Mike, take a picture of the three of us.

Speaker 19:

Yes, of course. Go back there.

Matthew Maschler:

Anyone else want to come up? Christine?

Speaker 19:

Let

Matthew Maschler:

Chris find Christine Lynn.

Speaker 19:

Alright. You looking?

Matthew Maschler:

We’re taking a photo

Speaker 19:

Closer. Get in here. You can’t go over here. Okay.

Matthew Maschler:

I might, Mike, get on the microphone and Yeah, give a little plug for your photography business. Michelle, take a bag and give up your seat.

Mike Connors:

Hey guys.

Matthew Maschler:

All right. We have Mike Connors, Mike from Queens.

Mike Connors:

How’s everyone feeling

Matthew Maschler:

Today? I always noticed it’s people from Queens who keep from Queens in their name. Yeah. We

Mike Connors:

Want

Matthew Maschler:

Everyone to know You want everyone to know

Mike Connors:

It’s

Matthew Maschler:

Important. Mets fan?

Mike Connors:

No, I’m a Yankees fan. I used to work for the Mets when I was

Matthew Maschler:

Younger. You used to work for the Mets? Yeah.

Mike Connors:

I grew up a couple miles away from the stadium. Yeah,

Matthew Maschler:

Yeah. Well, you’re from Queens. Well,

Mike Connors:

What else is there to do?

Matthew Maschler:

So a low plug for your photography business.

Mike Connors:

Yeah, my website’s shocker. Mike from queens.com.

Matthew Maschler:

Shocker, Mike. Yeah,

Mike Connors:

No, but I mean, listen, would it be anything

Matthew Maschler:

Else? Well, bike from Queens was taken. Yeah.

Mike Connors:

Bike from queens.com. I’m a full-time photographer based here in Boca Raton, and we’re having a good time

Matthew Maschler:

Here. All. All right. Well take a bag and thanks. Joining us. Thank you so much, man. Alright. And finally, I don’t know if it’s finally, but I think we’re going to be finally Christine Lynn from Pod Populi. Hi. What an amazing studio.

Christine Lynn:

Well, what an amazing podcast. We’re so proud of you and thank you. I

Matthew Maschler:

Can’t believe it’s been a hundred episodes.

Christine Lynn:

A hundred is a lot.

Matthew Maschler:

So that’s been what, two years? It’s a lot

Christine Lynn:

Of hours in the studio.

Matthew Maschler:

It’s a lot of hours.

Christine Lynn:

Yeah. Good

Matthew Maschler:

For you. I was early on. Was I one of your first

Christine Lynn:

Customers? Yes. Yes. You were one of our very first podcasters.

Matthew Maschler:

I remember I was in New Jersey at my nephew’s Bar mitzvah in Princeton, New Jersey. And I was walking around the hotel. I was walking blocks around the hotel, on the phone with you setting up our, asking my questions and setting up the contract and setting this up.

Christine Lynn:

So I mean, we’re getting close to What about the Matthew Mania?

Matthew Maschler:

Matthew Mania ISS at 78 episodes.

Christine Lynn:

Okay. So we’re getting

Matthew Maschler:

Close, but I was never regular on it. Look, I’m a real estate broker. That’s how I make my money. It’s very professional. It’s a very professional podcast and it’s a very scheduled thing. Matthew Manny is just kind of whatever I want. So if I don’t have anything, I come in and talk about what I want, but I don’t feel as restricted.

Christine Lynn:

I was thinking cumulatively

Matthew Maschler:

Hundred 7,878 episodes for the last year. I’d say I’ve been doing it for the last year. I’ve been doing two episodes. I’ve been doing 11:00 AM on Tuesdays. I record one of each. And that’s why Matthew Mania

Christine Lynn:

Kept

Matthew Maschler:

Up, kept up. I was at 50 Real Estate Finder and 20 Matthew Mania, and then we went to a hundred and against 80. So that’s why Math Mania.

Christine Lynn:

So are you enjoying this? I

Matthew Maschler:

Love it. Good. I love that when someone asks me a question and they need a quick answer and I don’t want to give a quick answer, I could come in here and give a long answer.

Christine Lynn:

Yes. There you go.

Matthew Maschler:

And then I love when people ask me a question and I send them a link to my podcast.

Christine Lynn:

Yes. It’s so helpful too. I think getting those meetings that maybe they wouldn’t necessarily have time to go to dinner or coffee, but they’ll come on your podcast.

Matthew Maschler:

Right, right. That’s another one too. It’s funny because people ask me for coffee and lunch all the time, and I’m like, I can only have one lunch a day. I want to have 10 meetings or 20 meetings a day. I want to do a lot of work. I do not want to sit and have lunch with you, Mr. Stranger, who’s trying to sell me church.

Christine Lynn:

Podcasting is so much more fun. Podcasting

Matthew Maschler:

Is much more fun.

Christine Lynn:

Well, we are so honored to have you and proud of you for sticking with it, and

Matthew Maschler:

Thank you so much for making this event. It’s really special. You’re welcome. Pod populated locations in every city in America now.

Christine Lynn:

Oh, coming soon.

Matthew Maschler:

Coming soon. Coming soon. So thanks for joining us. All right. Last call. Anyone who want on the podcast? Everybody got to turn. McKay, you want on? Sure. Hop on. Yeah, get on. Jump on. So also, I don’t know, I thought the mic was, is my mic still on? Can you hear me? I don’t hear anything audio I might have. So also from pop, we have McKay. How are you McKay? Good. How are you doing? Matthew, he’s the producer. Producer, is that the right word? Yes.

McKay:

Producer, studio director. Is my

Ivan:

Mic on? Hi.

Matthew Maschler:

Four, four. Alright.

McKay:

You got

Matthew Maschler:

It? Yeah. Okay. Yeah, you’re on. I have a question. Yeah,

McKay:

Who’s that guy? Oh, that’s Ivan. He does a podcast here. Hi

Matthew Maschler:

Ivan. Hi. How

Ivan:

Are you?

McKay:

Yeah, his podcast. What’s your

Matthew Maschler:

Name? What’s your podcast about?

Ivan:

It’s called, I only Get Stressed on Days That End and why

Matthew Maschler:

I only get stressed on days that end. And why

Ivan:

Anything that help people go through life without anxiety, stress, or depression. Oh,

Matthew Maschler:

That’s amazing. I’ve about

Ivan:

24 episodes up. McKay and his associate are here and they help edit and make sure everything is perfect and listen to them, make sure the volume is right. Love this place. I’m the second one on the wall when you come

Matthew Maschler:

In. Oh, that’s great. I used to be taking one on the wall. I remember when I had 24 episodes and

McKay:

Oh, don’t worry. I’m out on the wall. Great

Ivan:

Equipment, great studio, great people. But it is wonderful to share and give back to people. I’ve been successful in my life. So it just makes sense that this is a way to get back.

Matthew Maschler:

That’s awesome. Free

Ivan:

Subscription. I only get stressed on days that end

Matthew Maschler:

Then wine. All right. Well, thank you, Ivan. I only get stressed on days that end in wine. My

Ivan:

YouTube is, I only get stressed with no spaces,

Matthew Maschler:

With no spaces. All

Ivan:

Videos on there.

Matthew Maschler:

Audio, grab a bag, grab a cupcake, grab a glass of champagne. Thank you. All right. And let me know when you get to episode 100 and I’ll come back.

Ivan:

Well, yeah, I’m, I’m not there. I got 104 I bought, but I got to,

Matthew Maschler:

Got to get there. You’ll get there. All right. So you enjoying this? You enjoying the podcasting?

McKay:

McKay? Yeah. No, I’ve been in the audio visual field for a while. I really like it. It’s a very creative job. There’s an art to it. Anything production based, show based, it’s really fun. I worked in live radio and live TV for a few years too.

Matthew Maschler:

Anything famous?

McKay:

I worked for the Howie Car Show in a company called Polo Channel for a little bit. Cool. Yeah. And I did some freelance work with some podcasters and miscellaneous video editing jobs.

Matthew Maschler:

Cool. Cool. Alright, well thank you for joining us.

McKay:

Yeah. What Chris

Matthew Maschler:

Does, huh? Chris knows who he is. I was trying to find somebody.

McKay:

Oh, I guess I’m stuck here.

Matthew Maschler:

I’m trying to figure out if everyone got a turn. I’ll buy you

McKay:

Some

Matthew Maschler:

Time. All right. All right.

McKay:

Anyone else?

Matthew Maschler:

All right. So McKay, thank you for joining us. Yeah,

McKay:

Thank you for

Matthew Maschler:

Having me. If anyone wants to get onto, reach out to Christine or McKay, if you want to be, have your own podcast, pop Pop. Speaking of having your own podcast, Robert Kinau, it’s almost as if you have your own podcast.

Robert Gleichenhaus:

As if I have my own. Yeah, I’ve been on yours a lot.

Matthew Maschler:

Episode 100, now episode 1 0 1,

Robert Gleichenhaus:

Now episode 1 0 1.

Matthew Maschler:

Yeah. Fourth appearance. How are you out?

Robert Gleichenhaus:

I’m good. I’m good. I wanted to stop by and congratulate you. Thank you so much for your success in the podcast. A hundred episodes is a lot of episodes.

Matthew Maschler:

How was the little league? What’s that? You coached Little League today?

Robert Gleichenhaus:

No, I didn’t. I dropped my daughter off at her practice, which is over at Meadows Park in Boca.

Matthew Maschler:

Oh, Meadows Park, right? Yep. But you do coach Little League? Not anymore. No, not

Robert Gleichenhaus:

Anymore. No. I always said once my kids got to age 13, I was going to let the professionals handle it.

Matthew Maschler:

Yeah, yeah, yeah. It makes sense. Makes sense. Yeah. All alright, well I think I’m going to wrap things up here. Alright, so any little shout out for Robert Glyn house. Canyon Springs, Boynton Beach realtor, Robert,

Robert Gleichenhaus:

Rachel. Anything? Anything? Boyn Beach. Give us a call. 8 1 3 7 8 9 8 8 5 2.

Matthew Maschler:

Alright, and before we end the show, a few last words from Wendy Ashler. Hi Wendy. Hi. How’s the party going? Fantastic. Do you think everybody got a turn?

Wendy Maschler:

Everybody got a turn, but I don’t think anyone took a bag.

Matthew Maschler:

A lot of people took bag. I would tell people take a bag on their way out and give up their seats.

Wendy Maschler:

So if I’m on this

Matthew Maschler:

Twice, one episode. Robert’s here for a whole hour. Damn. Yeah. It counts as once.

Robert Gleichenhaus:

Only two minutes. Yeah,

Matthew Maschler:

I was on the episode. I was on the podcast twice. The beginning and the end.

Wendy Maschler:

But I am so incredibly proud

Matthew Maschler:

Of you. Thank you. Thank you. All right, well thank you for joining us on the Real Estate five Podcast. Thank you for listening to episode 1 0 1. And we’ll be back here in I guess two years for episode 200.

Speaker 25:

The future looks bright and the storms pass by the sky’s dark blue When it’s almost that time, light shows cameras flash when I pass. Living in the moment. Forget about the past. They save the best for last. Matthew Mania. We about to make a splash. Life is a marathon full of sharp turns. Got to keep pace while the hands on the clock turns high stakes. Five star. I run a show. You can tell the boss in place electricity energy if vibrate. I’m always on time. Even if I’m late, I make dreams come true. Living my life. Hope the same for you. Success in my sights got to a real clear view. If you don’t know the time, I’ll give you

Speaker 26:

On what you know. On what it’s, what time it is.

Speaker 25:

What time? Whose time? It’s, you know what time it’s man. You know what time. You know time. You know what time, man? Yeah. Got him shook, scared. Look, we’re not afraid of the big bad wolf.