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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Josh Brook. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Josh Brook, often where they are interviewed.

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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Josh Brook. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Josh Brook, often where they are interviewed.

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MYPV E8 - Treat Tenants Like People With Josh Brook

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In this episode John Stiles interviews Josh Brook from Wits Realty. We dive into Josh's perspective on what a good property manager looks like, how to treat tenants, and finding ways to communicate rent increases so your residents are excited to stay.

Josh Brook is a local real estate agent at Wits Realty who focuses exclusively on rental properties. Josh also leads the Wits Property Management division which manages over 100 units in the Twin Cities area for investors across the country. He can be found online at MinneInvestor.com, LinkedIn, or email him at josh.brook@witsrealty.com.


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John Stiles is a licensed MN real estate agent with Bridge Realty.

Oct 04 2019 · 54mins
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The Old Man and His Grandson- read by Josh Brook

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An old man could not eat neatly, so his son and daughter-in-law made him eat by the stove and, when he broke his bowl, bought him a cheap one. His four-year-old grandson played with wood and said that he was making a trough for his parents to eat from when they were old. After that, they let him eat at the table and did not complain about the spill.

May 03 2012 · 1min

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The Fox and the Cat - read by Josh Brook

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In the basic story a cat and a fox discuss how many tricks and dodges they have. The fox boasts that he has many; the cat confesses to having only one. When hunters arrive with their dogs, the cat quickly climbs a tree, but the fox is caught by the hounds.

Jan 09 2012 · 2mins
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The Fisherman and His Wife - read by Josh Brook

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The fisherman and his wife live in a hovel by the sea. One day the fisherman catches a golden flounder who claims to be an enchanted prince. The fisherman kindly releases it. When his wife hears the story, she says he ought to have had the flounder grant him a wish. She tells him to go back and ask the flounder to grant her wish for a nice house instead of their hovel. He returns to the shore and is uneasy when he finds the sea seems to be turning dark when it was so clear before. He makes up a rhyme to summon the flounder, and it grants the wife's wish. However, the wife gets greedy and makes increasingly outrageous demands: a castle, to become queen, then become empress, and finally become pope. The fisherman knows this is wrong but there is no reasoning with his wife. The flounder grants the wishes, but the sea grows increasingly stormy every time the fisherman goes to summon it. Eventually the wife goes too far when she wishes to become equal to God. The flounder revokes everything it granted, and the fisherman and his wife are back in their hovel.

Jan 09 2012 · 13mins

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Doctor Knowall (Know-All) - read by Josh Brook

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A peasant named Crabbe saw how well a doctor ate and asked him how to become one. The doctor told him to buy an ABC book with a rooster up front, sell his oxen and cart to buy doctor's equipment and clothing, and advertise himself as "Doctor Know-all."

Shortly after he set himself up, a nobleman asked him to find stolen money. He insisted on bringing his wife. When they sat to eat, he nudged his wife at each course, saying "That's one," "That's two," and "That's three" — meaning three courses, but the servants bringing in the dishes, the thieves, thought he was identifying them. The fourth one brought in a covered tray of crabs, and the nobleman asked him to guess. Pitying himself, he said, "Poor Crabbe!" and the noble was impressed.

The servants offered to give him the money and a reward as well if he would not betray them. He agreed, and told the nobleman he had to check his book. He was looking for the picture of the rooster and could not find it. He said, "I know you are in there," and the fifth thief servant, hiding in the stove, panicked and fled. He showed the nobleman where the money was, and received a reward from him, too.

Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doctor_Know-all
Jan 09 2012 · 4mins