NFL Week 6: Fantasy Football Trade Values Chart and Rest-of-Season rankings

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What is the Trade Values Chart? Since its creation in 2011, CBS Sports has been the home of the original Fantasy Football Trade Values Chart, designed to help guide you in making fair trades in your non-PPR, PPR and SuperFlex/2QB leagues. Values are determined by expected future performance, future schedule and public sentiment, not past performance. 

The values assigned to the players below are a long-term measurement of their Fantasy value. By adding two players’ values you could determine what one player you should be able to get in return. However, Fantasy managers should take off 20% of the value in any trade where one side has two or more players than the other.  

This list also works as a “Rest of Season” rankings. Also, any player not on the chart should be considered valued at no more than four

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South Florida real estate calendar for the week of Oct. 12

Most real estate conferences and talks this week highlight the impacts of the pandemic on the industry nationwide.

Oct. 13

The D.C.-based Urban Land Institute will host a three-day virtual conference “ULI Fall Meeting” starting Oct. 13. The talks start at 10 a.m. and run until 12:30 p.m. or 9 p.m., depending on the day. Topics include “Trends and outlooks: Where are we now and what’s next for the resort and hotel sector?” “Vibrant retail streets in the age of e-tail and Covid-19: Is it time for ‘retail first’ city policies?” “Access to capital: Challenges facing people of color — Part 1 of 3: Acknowledging the issue,” “Legislating density as a solution to the housing crisis: What’s working and why,” and “Found urban land: Reclaiming infrastructure for place making.” Speakers include RAND Vice President and Director of Social and Economic Well-Being Anita Chandra, Gensler Design Director Kelly Dubisar, The

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Sales of single-family homes recorded in Sonoma County for the week of Sept. 30

One hundred and forty single-family homes sold in Sonoma County during the week of Sept. 30 ranging in price from $53,500 to $3.9 million.

Topping our list of real estate transactions for the week was 24121 Wine Country Court in Sonoma which sold for $3,900,000 on August 31 . This five bedroom, four bathroom, 4,736 square foot residence featured a gourmet kitchen with a Viking range and a Sub Zero double door refrigerator.

See what homes are selling for near you.

Annapolis

35337 Annapolis Road, $515,000

Bodega Bay

1210 Windy Lane, $680,000

1350 Bodega Ave., $740,000

2032 Sandpiper Court, $870,000

1148 Seaeagle Loop, $1,350,000

Camp Meeker

75 Woodland Ave., $380,000

5422 Lincoln Ave., $397,000

Cazadero

70 Sequoia Ridge Road, $853,000

Cloverdale

243 Red Mountain Drive, $548,000

172 Porterfield Creek Drive, $575,000

Cotati

1177 W. Railroad Ave., $750,000

105 Ward Drive, $765,000

Forestville

9449 Dell Road, $390,000

8004 Savio Lane, $428,000

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iO Theater of Chicago is for sale, a sad week for Chicago comedy

At the end of what has been a stunning week for Chicago comedy and improvisation, the venerable iO Theater announced Friday that it, too, has put itself up for sale.



a group of people standing in front of a brick building: Theater-goers line up for the grand opening of the iO Theater, at 1501N. Kingsbury St., in Chicago in 2014. The theater had moved from its previous Wrigleyville location.


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Theater-goers line up for the grand opening of the iO Theater, at 1501N. Kingsbury St., in Chicago in 2014. The theater had moved from its previous Wrigleyville location.

The announcement came just days after news that its much bigger rival, Second City, declared itself also to be on the block.

The iO (once ImprovOlympic) only dates to 1981, as compared to 1959 for Second City. Nonetheless, both theaters are privately held, for-profit operations that share a parallel history, rivalry and centrality in the history of American comedy, along with associations with now-famous talents like Tina Fey, Mike Myers and Amy Poehler and reputations for making stars of the entertainment

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The climate battle quietly raging this week about US homes

Some challenges to US climate action are obvious – like when Donald Trump boasts about leaving the international Paris agreement and rolling back pollution rules.



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But many more play out behind the scenes. One of those is the battle over efforts to make America’s new homes and buildings more energy-efficient.

Related: Carbon capture ‘moonshot’ moves closer, as billions of dollars pour in

On one side are the city and state officials trying to go greener, and on the other are real estate developers and the natural gas industry.

The International Code Council, which like the World Series largely concerns Americans, met this week on updating the baseline codes that most states and cities adopt for new buildings. The council is reviewing about two dozen proposals that would, for example, require builders to install electrical outlets near gas stoves that may one day

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South Florida real estate calendar for the week of Oct. 5

The South Florida economy and commercial real estate are at the center of this week’s real estate talks.

Oct. 7

Florida International University’s Jorge M. Pérez Metropolitan Center will host the free webinar “When work disappears: Planning the post-Covid-19 economy” from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Researchers from the center will share their insight and expectations for the South Florida economy after the pandemic. RSVP here.

The New York City-based digital media company Bisnow will host the free webinar “South Florida update: Wynwood” from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The panelists will discuss Wynwood’s commercial real estate market, how the pandemic has impacted the tourism economy, and the anticipated short-term versus long-term impact the pandemic will have on the neighborhood. Speakers include Wynwood Business Improvement District Board Chairman Albert Garcia, Christine Menedis, co-founder and CEO of real estate investment firm Lucky Shepherd, Gensler Principal and Co-Managing Director

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Sales of single-family homes recorded in Sonoma County for the week of Sept. 23

One hundred and thirty eight single-family homes sold in Sonoma County during the week of Sept. 23 ranging in price from $180,255 to $2.7 million.

Earning the highest price for the seller this week was 122 Waters Edge Close in The Sea Ranch which sold for $2,650,000 on Aug. 28. This three bedroom, three bathroom, 2,197 square foot home featured modern high-end finishes and million dollar views.

See what homes are selling for near you.

Bodega Bay

999 Seaeagle Loop, $1,390,000

887 Seaeagle Loop, $1,875,000

Calistoga

3908 Mountain Home Ranch Road, $715,000

Cloverdale

11 Rose Court, $294,000

1183 Highland Ranch Road, $525,000

101 Wallace Lane, $611,000

314 Elbridge Ave., $689,000

31301 Highway 128, $765,000

506 Venezia Way, $810,000

Forestville

11059 Terrace Drive, $460,000

8141 Grape Ave., $558,000

Guerneville

14180 Lovers Lane, $425,000

Healdsburg

229 Prune Tree Drive, $322,000

124 Paul Wittke Drive, $700,000

248 Albert Court, $995,000

373 Parkland Farms

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South Florida real estate calendar for the week of Sept. 28

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The International Council of Shopping Centers is hosting a virtual conference from Sept. 29 through Sept. 30. Above: Shoppers stroll along the Lincoln Road pedestrian mall in Miami Beach.

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Commercial real estate is at the center of many talks for this week.

Sept. 29

The New York City-based International Council of Shopping Centers is hosting the virtual conference “Now & Next: Retail in the age of Covid-19” through Sept. 30 from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. The agendas include the talks “The Future of Work,” “How data will reshape retail decision-making,” and “The year ahead for: Restaurants.” Speakers include Walmart International President & CEO Judith McKenna, Ulta Beauty CEO Mary Dillon, WeWork CEO & President Sandeep Mathrani, and Centennial Real Estate COO Whitney Livingston. Members pay $425, non-members pay $725, and students pay $50. RSVP here.

Sept. 30

The D.C.-based American

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Utilities can send shutoff notices to Maryland homes starting this week. But help is available.

Utility companies could soon send termination notices to Marylanders who are behind on their bills, as a months-long moratorium on shut-offs comes to an end.



Under a ruling by the state’s Public Service Commission, residents will have 45 days notice to address unpaid bills with their utility company once they receive a termination notice. They will not have their service disconnected if they work out a payment plan or apply for energy assistance.


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Under a ruling by the state’s Public Service Commission, residents will have 45 days notice to address unpaid bills with their utility company once they receive a termination notice. They will not have their service disconnected if they work out a payment plan or apply for energy assistance.

A state prohibition on residential disconnections began in March in response to the coronavirus pandemic. A moratorium remains in place for water, gas and electric service turn-offs until Nov. 15, but notices can begin going out Oct. 1.

Consumer advocates, state officials and utility companies all have the same message: Reach out now if you need help.

They said people should contact their utilities and apply for assistance as

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This Week: Home prices, consumer spending, nonfarm payrolls

The Conference Board issues its latest monthly snapshot of U.S. consumer confidence Tuesday

A look at some of the key business events and economic indicators upcoming this week:

EYE ON CONSUMERS

The Conference Board serves up its latest monthly snapshot of U.S. consumer confidence Tuesday.

Consumer confidence, by month:

April 85.7

May 85.9

June 98.3

July 91.7

Aug. 84.8

Sept. (est.) 90.0

Source: FactSet

IN A SPENDING MOOD?

The Commerce Department issues its August tally of consumer spending Thursday.

Consumers have increased

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