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Cities Skylines – How To Industries (Updated for 2019)

what's going on move the mouse here back in city skylines with another episode of a how-to series and in this episode we're talking about the industry's DLC now this DLC is perhaps the most complicated out of all of them so I'll do my best to give you a quick recap in this how-to series but if you want a lot more behind-the-scenes and in-depth footage check out my latest let's play season 6 where we build the city of wood garden from the ground up we started with some basic farming added in some forestry set up our ore industry and even though there isn't any oil on the map we were able to import oil and upgrade the industry that way first things first though we need to define an industry area very similar to the way that we did parks in park life DLC this works very similar to the district tool but it can overlap multiple districts or no districts at all to define an industry area next the type of main building that you drop in will define what type of industry area it is and if you're planning on pulling resources from the ground make sure there are those types of resources in the area where you want to build your industry to check that out we can go to the info views and natural resources tab to see where the best places are once you define an industry area and dropped in a farm main building you'll be able to grow crops fruit and animal products these can be stored at factories or grain silos sent off the processing buildings in the form of the flour mill or the cattle shed and eventually those goods can be shipped off to factories to produce actual goods to sell off into the market forestry industry works the exact same way you define a main building drop-in resource buildings like tree plantations and sapling fields drop-in sawmills and log yards to process those goods which again will get shipped off to factories later on your playthrough or industry can pull or out of the ground process it into things like metals and glass to be used later on in factories the map that I'm building on is called wood garden and that's also the town's name that comes with the industries dlc but one thing the map does not have is oil what you can do in those cases if you don't have a natural resource on map or maybe we want to build an industry area away from where that resource actually is you can create storage containers or rare houses to import those goods too you can interact with one of these buildings with the inspector tool on and if you ask it to fill it's going to try and keep that filled as best as possible in this case with oil from off map so even if you don't have a particular resource you still can get those Goods onto your map build processing facilities to turn it into things like petroleum and plastics and again those can be used by the factories to create goods to sell off to the commercial marketplace with the inspector tool out you can interact with the main building and bring up industry area info now you can also do that from the industry area inspector tool and that can be really useful if you don't remember where your main building is from here you can get a look at the production chain to see how much you're producing of various products and what those get turned into to level up industry areas you need to meet a certain number of workers as well as hit a number of produced resources as you level up each of the industry areas you'll unlock various unique factories that will use those components created within the areas you can interact on factories of the inspector tool to see what it needs for goods from a production standpoint and what it's actually producing going out the production rates ladder can be adjusted to encourage these factories to produce even more at a higher production value cost but also providing more benefit to your bank account when those goods are actually sold off and exported off map another new addition to the industry's DLC are toll booths and these can be used to charge cars and trucks money to pass through various interchanges on your highway now they do slow traffic down a little bit so keep that in mind but if they're placed in the right spot it shouldn't matter what I've done here is move it just far enough away from the highway to make sure there's no back up onto the highway itself from the cars slowing down to the toll it's a nice way to generate some extra income for your city and it has a nice aesthetic appeal because you'll generally see these in real life industries also brings with it a cargo Airport where the regular Airport handles passengers this handles cargo so you'll have a lot more truck traffic coming to this one there's also the cargo Airport hub which is an airport for cargo with a train station mixed in so this can be great for adding the certain industry areas to get goods in and out without having to hit the highway an interesting mechanic that can contribute to the happiness of your citizens is the post office so you can drop these it'll send out post trucks to deliver mail the post sorting facility is a larger version where local post offices will deliver mail could then be passed on further along down the chain it is kind of a neat idea but anything that adds traffic to your city without a real tangible benefit is something that you really might want to consider before you dive in and start dropping those all over your town but that's a quick look at industries hopefully that gave you an idea how to get started or just an understanding of whether or not the industry's DLC is for you it's by far the most involve DLC though so we can't really cover everything in a quick video like this if you have questions let me know in the comments down below or better yet check out the step-by-step building of this entire city from the ground up I started let's play season 6 for the town of wood garden on the map of wood garden which is an industries map on the day that industries was released on consoles so check that series out for much more in-depth information and to see me learn along the way piecing all these different mechanics together for the first time if you did enjoy this video likes comments and shares all helped the channel a lot and are greatly appreciated if you're new here subscribe and consider hitting the bell to get notifications so you can see updates in this and other series follow me on Twitter and join the discord if you want to get involved in the discussion but until the next one this is move the mouse signing off you

Property sector 'welcomes' offshore gaming industry: Leechiu | ANC

I mean David thank you for joining us finally we have you on the show okay so um you're thinking we should all look to 2020 and 2021 why these two years yeah there's a number of reasons the first one is that we think traffic will be cut by half oh yeah so that's relevant because many people are spending six hours a day traveling from home to work and back and there are eight projects between roads rail and then three bridges that combine 145 kilometers of road and that's going to charge by half there's going to release tremendous human productivity into the system and it should make everyone more productive it will grow the economy much faster second is corporate income tax will come down to 25 percent from 30 today third would be the reserve requirement ratios the ambition of the BSP governors in the last two rounds is to bring it to single-digit so these three things are going to release a lot of human and financial capital into the system and that's natural without having to you know borrow money or anything like that that the fourth is charter change is going to release a new economic potential for the Philippines because we expect charter change to to make it easier for foreigners to invest in the Philippines so the two things that we're looking out for is increasing the foreign ownership of companies from 40 percent hopefully to at least 51 percent and second is increasing the length of the leases of foreigners at the moment foreigners are only allowed to lease up to 25 years in certain cases 50 years like if they go to Clarke but 50 years have still the shortest in the region if we bring that to 90 years a hundred years and that will make us at par with the region and then that should attract a lot of capital the Philippines is the best is in best shape it's ever been in history and we've done that with very little borrowing and very little foreign direct investment so I'm really excited about 2021 it's a year to look up you mentioned a charter change the third administration has just passed the three-year mark halfway through his presidency do you think this is possible I mean we've heard of these a proposal so you know foreign ownership Linux yes if anybody can he can because no other president in the Philippines has enjoyed this level of political capital or even in the world even in the third year halfway through the halfway through the term so if anybody can he can and you're hoping that he's gonna speak about this in the sauna next week hopefully okay so I wanted to go back to how about 2020 you have an estimate that Asia will be 50 percent yes so the World Bank IMF and ADB in all these other institutions have said that 2020 is a year when Asia becomes 50/50 with the rest of the world which means all the Asian economies combined will equal that of the rest of the world and every year thereafter Asia will just become bigger and bigger and surpass the pace of growth in absolute terms and growth rate than the rest of the world and that's fantastic for Philippines because we're in the heart of all that economic engine and we have to ask ourselves how much trade do you actually do the rest of the region very little how much investments do the rest of the region place into the Philippines very very little so I'm very excited because we just have to figure out how to make all these things work so these things that I mentioned from corporate income tax to hours all this liquidity and the structural reform that we continue to make in the country will make the Philippines a very right place for investment and that's just gonna benefit property okay I want to go to a specific segment now pogos yeah they're big they're expected to overtake the IT BPO industry this year in terms of take-up for all space this year okay yeah do you think that's sustainable I think that will be sustainable for as long as well a lot of it depends on our relationship with China ah ha ha so if we're able to sustain that then yes I mean China is not just about pogos we have to look at it as China can offer so much more than what pogos are and the only reason why we're so flustered with focus is because they're the first wave of investors widely the first is because they're the they're very reactive to the opportunity they see a door open they run through it and that's what we've allowed them to do in the Philippines and I welcome that from my perspective in the property sector because they benefit so many things of the economy if not for the cocoa industry the property market would have collapsed and they plug the supply that was coming on streams in the last three years so and so because of the Pogo industry you've got office rents climbing to record highs and because of that the investor sentiment into residential into retail space has been dramatic I think we have a graphics from your slide from your presentation slide 19 high demand and it's diminishing office-supply and the number one district for pocus would be the base city yeah almost 60% of all BOGO companies are located in the main for now and then followed by Makati of 19% and Quezon City at 16% where else after these three areas because I looked at your provincial there's only one cebu cebu but they're also in fellahin in do I see her recently they're setting up solution that should be open by this year they're penetrating all sorts of places right down in the Philippines so I expect them to penetrate all of Metro Manila I mean every city in Metro Manila and also other parts of the provinces like Cavite Laguna was especially is that a good I know it's a good thing for the developers cuz the demand pushes the prices up which means more money for developers but how about for Filipino for Filipinos I mean five years ago somebody who looked at Bay Area could say I could afford a place there but now that prices are so high I can't afford one anymore yes well look at it this way the foreign capital into the Philippines has hardly come in to the Philippines we have had a hundred year head start than anyone else to invest in the Philippines and how much of that have we been investing number two you look at every other country in the world the ones who have succeeded are the ones who allowed foreign capital to come into their country we need to allow foreign capital to come into the country so that we can develop this country faster and bring millions of Filipinos out of poverty in a shorter possible time now we just need to figure out a way to do that we might feel like they're overtaking us but look the Japanese did that all over the world back in their peak the Chinese are giving that impression all over the world so but there's a trade-off the trade-off is that foreign capital is going to generate millions of jobs for Filipinos four hundred forty thousand registered employees in the Pago sector forty percent of that is Filipino now and that's direct employment what about the indirect employment from the drivers to the to the maids to the to everybody who's servicing this industry there's a lot the construction industry is enough total boom not just the developers and you go down the supply chain everybody is benefiting so you have to quantify that and it's not just the Chinese coming you've got Australian BOGO companies you've got Singaporean companies the companies they're all coming and some of them are here people from Las Vegas the operational speakers are here and they're expanding and I guess the worried David is one day Filipinos won't be able to afford car land here and when we ease the foreign ownership restrictions on land ownership yeah I disagree I disagree because it's so much land in the Philippines that is undeveloped underutilized and the only reason why we're not getting to those properties is because of infrastructure why don't we have interest for infrastructure because for the last 40 years we've been an economic freezer we've been you know we've had so many coup d'etat so much uncertainty so many calamities and this organization that we can't get their act together okay so David looking at the properties that we can still buy if you have a money if you have the money where should we be looking yeah to stay ahead of the curve is that if that's even possible because prices are so high already we do have a graphics from your presentation that is slide 13 okay I think we're flashing go so where should we buy I always like Mojave Bonifacio okay safe havens tourism I love El Nido and San Vicente okay I think the most beautiful place in the Philippines and then I would always encourage alabang mm-hm because it's significantly under price relative to the rest of the Philippines or Manila and then next would be Clark Clark is my favorite for it's the next Metro Manila it's the natural got the extension of Manila and that Airport opening next year will be exciting because it will make flying more accessible and more reasonable for northern part of Metro Manila David I know you have expensive tastes but the locations that you mentioned are the most expensive ones rubella guna Cavite Laguna okay still very early bullet and very early really beholder there's so much land what sort of growth are you looking at when it comes to land values I look at economic productivity and and how urbanization will draw property prices up okay so the highest chances of urbanization is happening in these areas and I talked about you did have a slide about the Mega Manila subway so that's point 1 to 14 and you identified the areas around it and I noticed that Quezon City is being left behind so no they do have stations in Commonwealth and OH land value yes because what's happening – Quezon City because Kansas City has got very few townships and a lot of ad hoc developments so what the private sector and the and the public sector need to do is work together to the really small and viable for townships okay because townships would be the big thing now townships are the only way we can afford to build proper infrastructure like roads sidewalks lighted streets sewer systems flood detention centers etc and David there's another form of investing in properties now REITs yes real estate investment trees so what's your take on REITs Soloff spearheading it there's a trial balloon with three buildings and they hope to raise something like half a billion US dollars on just three buildings and we expect the other developers to follow once the government tweaks the policies on the public ownership requirement public ownership Asset Management's the the financial asset management so all those things need to be tweaked and we expect that to be completed before the year ends do you think this will take off definitely we're the last country in in the region to of this and we're doing it at a time when Manila is the fourth largest office market in the world last year we consumed 1.2 million square meters of office space nap take up no I mean the only other place you see that is Shanghai Beijing and Tokyo we can't take that for granted and the REIT will release all this all this capital into the system and a lot of the developers to raise more capital okay final question David you sound very optimistic what is the one what is them the one worried the biggest worry for the property sector the dream is an opportunity right now we all the cards are in our hands right now Asia's booming nowhere else in the world is the our economy's growing faster than Asia we've got tremendous political capital we've got we've got a great Secretary of Finance and we just have to keep pushing forward okay on that note thank you very much David for joining us this morning thank you you

Vengeance 381 L12 at Economy RV’s!

Hey Kaylee's economy RVs here and we show you our vengeance 381 l12 has to come through the kitchen you can see has some cool features like this pop-up USB has a residential refrigerator and the stainless steel farm style sink that you don't really see so as you come in here this is a 12-foot garage and then over here they have the four season panels that can be removable and there's lots leaking space here you can pull these down into a couch or a bed up here can be pulled down to a bed when you come to the side you can see that there is a loft up top but also has a half bath up here [Applause] ah and as we go into the bedroom you see there's a queen-size bed comes with a TV and some wardrobe slide and you can get all of this for $73,000 and remember at economy RVs we sell fun [Applause]

Luxury Living On Lake Bonavista – Calgary Real Estate Property Video

welcome to a spectacular luxury lakefront home in Lake Buena Vista estates sitting on a well treed street this home has wonderful curb appeal and the convenience of a three car attached garage this estate home features impressive Coronado stonework is framed by lush greenery and backs directly under the peaceful lake barrel-vaulted entryways and a distinctive tray ceiling add an image enjoy scenic views of the lake through the floor-to-ceiling windows complemented by the 25-foot ceilings and completed by the two-sided gas fireplace the ambient light is stunning in the delightfully airy kitchen featuring marble countertops and state-of-the-art appliances the spacious pantry offers a built-in subzero freezer and ample storage space you can enjoy your meals from either the oversized eating area or the extended breakfast bar both of which provide unobstructed views of the lake designed to give you the most of a picturesque summer days in the Sun this estate features an outdoor kitchen and built-in corner fireplace spend the perfect afternoon under the Sun on your private beach or paddling on the lake and for those evenings next to the water enjoy the exposed aggregate fire pit area this home includes a digitally controlled home comfort and media system that is accessible from almost any room in the house imported light fixtures diffuse light elegantly along the mahogany staircase which curves slightly along to the upper floor stay in shape without leaving your house in the private gym just off the master bedroom all while enjoying breathtaking lake views imported Italian tile adorns the master bath adding just a stroke of understated distinctiveness step into the grand glass-walled steam shower at the end of the day or relax in the spa with a perfectly chilled glass of your favorite Chardonnay a walk-in closet awaits with storage space that you've only fantasized about the laundry room includes the convenience of dual washer and dryers and an abundance of countertop and storage space for when the out-of-town guests come to stay this home contains seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms complete with plenty of built-ins and cozy spaces for your friends and family the downstairs home entertainment system is a peaceful place to watch a film and with floor-to-ceiling windows this is an ideal space to simply watch the sunset indulge in a cocktail from the wet bar that is fully equipped with a wine cooler fridge dishwasher icemaker and wine cellar your dream home on Lake Buena Vista this property is currently listed by Steve Zakhar and Associates at Remax central please contact for more details thank you for watching

Understand Depreciation in Real Estate Investing

hi I'm Julia M Spencer I'm a real estate adviser investor and your number one source for real estate advice online with this little short video I want to talk a little bit about depreciation I had some questions from some of my subscribers to my youtube channel to my Facebook regarding depreciation some new investors that wanted to get into real estate investing and didn't quite understand the concept of depreciation and how it would affect their portfolio or in their tax returns or even their cash flow so I wanted to make this brief video to explain those two concepts how does depreciation impact your tax return and how does the appreciation impact your cash flow let's talk about it depreciation is a deduction but not a cash outflow expense that is the big difference of depreciation versus any of the other expenses the thrill estate investing it depreciation actually reduces taxable income which is where it has the most benefit for you and I wanted to demonstrate that with a really simple example let's talk about that let's say we have a $100,000 property in the income that that property generates is 10k per year ten thousand dollars per year let's assume that $100,000 property generates one thousand dollars every month in rent and it's vacant for two months out of the year and basically your expenses for that particular property are of four thousand dollars per year that leaves you with a profit of six thousand dollars per year now if there was no depreciation expense that you could take this property basically that 6k profit would be taxed at whatever you go in tax rate is for this particular example I assumed it's thirty percent and that would be $1,800 so take one thousand eight hundred dollars off the six thousand dollars you're left with four thousand two hundred dollars or four point two K profit at the end of the year now let's see what it looks like with depreciation same property $100,000 same income same expenses same profit now we have this depreciation expense right here six 3.6 k $3,600 and depreciation let me tell you a little bit how I calculate that in the United States RS code real estate properties depreciated over twenty seven and a half years so you would take the $100,000 divided by twenty seven point five years and this right here is a depreciation expense you can take every year on that one property three thousand six hundred and thirty six dollars take that off your profit your depreciation expense now all of a sudden on paper your profit is two thousand four hundred dollars or 2.4 K now let's tax that at the 30 percent if we taxed two thousand four hundred dollars of profit at thirty percent you're left with having to pay 0.72 K and taxes on that property that translates to seven hundred and twenty dollars versus one thousand eight hundred dollars right here what does that mean well guess what we're not taking that $700 off this profit that's right here in this paper we're taking it off the actual profit it's actual profit of six thousand dollars which means in the end your profit left with depreciation expense is much higher than it would be if there was no depreciation expense in fact it's about one thousand dollars more profit now that actually applies if you have positive cash flow on your property so if you had for example twenty properties and they all had they were all kind of like the same way the same income same expenses same value of the property when you bought it and so on and so forth each one of them per year would generate an extra one thousand dollars because of this depreciation expense so at the end of one year if you had twenty properties this right here will translate into 20k of additional cash flow that you could realize because of depreciation now let's assume that this is actually not the right amount of income and expenses and let's say some of your properties have been vacant for a little bit longer than two months out of the year or maybe your expenses are a little bit higher that year or whatever reason and basically what you would have at the end of the year instead of the 6k profit you would actually have zero profit and a lot of real estate investors do this you actually think that might sound really bad but a lot of real estate investors actually tried to break even on their properties meaning the money that they put in is actually the same amount that goes out in terms of expenses so they kind of break even and don't show any positive cash flow and you may wonder why would a real estate investor actually get into that why would a real estate investor buy properties that don't generate cash flow let me tell you why if this profit right here was zero you still have the depreciation expense which means that would make the profit on this kind of property instead of something that would be taxed it would actually be a negative 3.6 k $3,600 negative $3,600 just on that one property per year and depreciation expense now this is the kicker let's say you had twenty of those negative income properties now you think okay I lost $3,600 that's money out of my pocket why would I want to but depreciation is a no non cashflow expense it's not cash that you actually given away it's just an expense on paper so let's say you have twenty properties and each one generated three thousand six hundred dollars a year and negative expensive multiply that three thousand six hundred and thirty six dollars times twenty you suddenly have seventy two thousand seven hundred and twenty dollars of negative income on those properties which you can use if you have another business or if you for example have a job where you have to pay taxes you can take seventy two thousand seven hundred twenty dollars off of whatever that you have already as taxable income from your job from your other business or whatever and basically make that other income that you have B zero for example I have a very good friend that typically pays anywhere between twenty thousand and seventy thousand dollars a year in taxes that's money he has to bring to the IRS at the end of each tax return because he generates so much income with his business if he had twenty properties and this would be the calculation on each one of them he basically would have on a tax return where he owed seventy two thousand dollars he would use this amount right here and offset those seventy two thousand dollars in expenses in this tax bill huge tax bill and basically zero it out because he has all this depreciation expense and the best no money goes out of this pocket it's just properties than he's holding they're breaking even they're not costing him anything extra this is where real estate investing is huge it's huge it makes you money in a very subtle way not by maybe sometimes not putting money right into your hand but actually by reducing your taxable income reducing your taxable income this is the key because it's not always about how much money you make but actually it is about how much of that money you get to keep now for more tips like this go to my website Julia M Spencer calm go there today download your free guide to real estate investing there you can sign up make sure you go to my youtube channel and check out my other videos and also check out my facebook channel and like my page and I hope to see you investing soon I am Julia M Spencer your number one source for real estate advice online for your free guide to real estate investing visit Julia M spencer calm

Free Update Content with TwoDollarsTwenty | Cities: Skylines Industries Tutorial Part 7

g'day guys tell us 20 here and welcome back to City skylines industries this is gonna be the last tutorial from me and I'm gonna spend it looking at the new content that comes with the free updates I'm gonna start by checking out the new toll booths which will raise extra revenue for the city however will also create extra congestion on the roads so to avoid this only replacing them around the outskirts of the city you can find the toll booths in the road section under the very own tab and there's four to choose from I'm placing mine on a three lane highway so I'm gonna choose the four lane toll booth and place two going in either direction once I've done that I'm gonna waste my money placing down some trees and then I can actually change the price of the tickets when I click on the building and use the slider to decrease or increase the ticket price another cool feature with the free update is the ability to make buildings historical you can make a building historical by clicking on it and then clicking the historical building button and this would mean the building will continue to level up by won't actually change its appearance I'm gonna do this around my downtown to keep the skyline looking quite prominent and the rest of the buildings much lower down and I'm also gonna do this for buildings that I just like the look of and when I keep that look in the city the last feature I want to talk about is something that is quite interesting and allies within the map theme editor and this feature allows you to create custom name lists for your map theme the really cool thing about this is you can really customize the names of pretty much anything that spawns in your city ranging from industrial buildings to commercial buildings to people to districts you really have a lot of freedom making these names and I think it's going to make for some really interesting and unique map themes down the track but guys that is it for these tutorials I really had a lot of fun exploring the new industries DLC and I just want to say big thanks to Paradox Interactive for asking me to collaborate with them I hope these tutorials are been useful and I look forward to seeing your creations in the near future I'll see you later