148: Mortgage Rate Update February 2020
Investment counselor Adam Schroeder talks with one of the lenders in the network to discuss what mortgage rates investors should be expecting.
147: Super Monday, Kobe's Letter On Money & Common Investment Property Questions
Super-Monday, the youngest Creating Wealth listener and a letter about money from the late great Kobe Bryant. Today, investment counselor, Naresh returns with questions for Jason about a few investment properties in “The Vegas of the South,” and Citrus Springs Florida. Jason embellishes on the recurring real estate investment theme of “Refi ‘till you Die.” And finally, the importance of understanding ROA (Return On Amortization).
[4:28] A Fourplex, new home construction deal!
[7:05] Tunica Resorts property, the Vegas of the South
[8:32] 32% return on invest IS a conservative number in a multidimensional asset class
[8:50] How To Analyze an Asset Class, Free Video - JasonHartman.com
[9:45] Advice on money, from a letter that Kobe Bryant wrote
[15:30] “Refi ‘till you Die” plan
[16:20] ROA return on amortization
[26:50] Citrus Springs Florida
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146: Top 10 Events Impacting Investors in the 2010s
Jason Hartman and economist Thomas look back on the 2010s to see what the biggest stories were for investors. From the War on Terror to Obamacare to the aftermath of the Great Recession, it was a decade fraught with ups and downs that provided opportunities for investors to make good money.
[5:13] The 10th biggest story of the decade: the War on Terror explodes the deficit
[8:20] Why European debt issues will come to the fore in 2022
[12:37] The idea of Purchasing Power Parity and what it says about China's economy vs the US
[16:42] As much as Jason doesn't like Obamacare, it makes the list of Top Stories of the 2010s
[26:53] What Jason learned years ago during his day as a lobbyist
[29:10] Thomas is seeing at least a 15% drop in the market coming when the Fed decides to let risk enter the market again
145: Thou Shalt Maintain Control
Today's episode is Jason Hartman exploring Commandment #3: Thou Shalt Maintain Control a lot deeper. Maintaining control in real estate deals has been discussed quite a bit before, but it's not just real estate where control matters. Jason explores the collapse of Enron and why it was such a surprise and why Commandment #3 is crucial even in those scenarios.
[3:10] Airbnb hasn't been through a recession yet, so there's a lot that isn't priced in to the market
[7:12] The 3 major problems when you give up control in an investment
[13:01] The Infographics Show: The Business Deception That Cost $60 Billion
[16:06] The phrase "financial innovation" is a red flag when you hear it
[22:13] Most companies don't have people inside to pump the brakes, because everyone is incentivized to speak highly and show it in the best possible light
[24:33] Derivatives are the thing about the thing, but as an investor you want to be as close to the "thing" as possible
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144: Investing in Mobile Home Parks with Ryan Narus
Jason Hartman talks with 32 year old Ryan Narus about his journey buying mobile home parks the last few years. Jason and Ryan discuss how to source deals, how to build communities, and finding investors to help you buy properties if you don't have the funds.
[1:15] What led to Ryan starting to invest in real estate
[4:33] How mobile home parks line up with Ryan's life views and desires
[8:26] Evicting tenants who live in your mobile home vs their own mobile home
[13:00] How to find and analyze mobile park deals
[16:22] How Ryan values mobile home parks
[19:44] Keep track of everyone you ever meet in this business, it's all about relations
143: Entrepreneurial Spirit of the United States with Thomas W Jones, Federal Reserve Bank, Freddie Mac, TIAA-CREF
Jason Hartman talks with Thomas Jones, former vice chairman and director of TIAA-CREF, former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Global Investment Management at Citigroup, and former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Citigroup Asset Management. He was also the former Vice Chairman of Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Jason and Thomas discuss Thomas' entrance into real estate, why Thomas is so bullish on America long term, and what sets America apart from the rest of the world.
[2:31] Thomas and his bride actually started by bidding on 2 burned out buildings in Boston
[7:49] Thomas is perennially bullish long term, so dips in the economy are buying opportunities for him
[10:02] The changes on Wall Street over the years
[14:11] The most disappointing aspect to the reforms that have been made since the Great Recession
[19:19] One of the things that really sets America apart is the excited entrepreneurial spirit
[23:35] America faced a metaphorical crossroads in the late 1960s
[26:25] Our nation doesn't give itself enough credit for how far we've come, even though we still have a ways to go
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