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Helping you create financial freedom with passive wealth.

    How Does Hard Money Lending Work

    How Does Hard Money Lending Work

    Explore the realm of hard money lending, a vital component of real estate investing that provides motivated sellers with speed and repair funding. Learn about the history of hard money financing, its advantages for investors, and how it differs greatly from conventional loans.
    Find out the function of private lenders in this investment vehicle, how to become one, and the possibility of generating passive income without the trouble of being actively involved. 
    The nuances of hard money lending and how it affects real estate investments are clarified in this episode, which is relevant for both private lenders looking for chances for passive income and investors hoping to boost profits. 

    • 6 min
    The Downside of Real Estate Investing: A Cautionary Tale

    The Downside of Real Estate Investing: A Cautionary Tale

    The host of this podcast, an experienced real estate fund manager with over 3,500 investment deals under his belt, offers a sobering account about the difficulties associated with real estate investing in this episode. He gives the example of a doctor who invested in an apartment block in search of passive income, only to have a lot of problems because of inexperience and bad management.
    Due to the property manager's negligence, the doctor's investment became a demanding full-time job with unsatisfactory renters, poor maintenance, and financial losses. The host stresses that real estate investing can develop into a full-fledged business endeavour with its own set of dangers and obligations when done on its own. To avoid the problems of direct investing, he suggests using a more passive method, such as making an investment in a real estate fund.

    • 6 min
    Poor advice from wall street journal - about buying real estate right now

    Poor advice from wall street journal - about buying real estate right now

    In this thought-provoking episode, we delve into the controversial claim made by the Wall Street Journal that it's currently the worst time to buy instead of rent. Is this a mere clickbait tactic or a statement with substance? We'll explore the true state of the real estate market, highlighting why it's an ideal time for a buy-and-hold strategy, especially considering the ongoing housing shortage and the peak homebuying years of our largest generations.
    Owning a home isn't just about eliminating monthly rent payments; it's a valuable asset for your future retirement. Join us as we dissect the motives behind alarming headlines and provide insights based on extensive research, including what's predicted for the real estate market up to 2038. Don't miss out on understanding the real dynamics at play in today's housing market and what it means for your investment strategy. 

    • 4 min
    Why You Shouldn't Invest Like Your Dad

    Why You Shouldn't Invest Like Your Dad

    In this episode, the host challenges traditional investment advice, arguing that the strategies that worked for previous generations may not be suitable in today's rapidly changing and volatile financial landscape.
    The discussion covers the limitations of relying solely on public market investments like stocks and bonds, and the increasing importance of diversification and passive income, particularly through real estate investment. The episode emphasizes the need for a more adaptable approach to financial planning and retirement, considering the uncertainties of life expectancy and market fluctuations.

    • 5 min
    Real Estate in Recession: Surprising Truths

    Real Estate in Recession: Surprising Truths

    In this informative podcast episode, the host demystifies the complex relationship between real estate trends and economic recessions. The episode begins with a critique of sensationalist media coverage, particularly highlighting how articles like those in The Wall Street Journal may use clickbait tactics that lack solid advice. Emphasizing the importance of local market knowledge, the host advises listeners to seek professional advice tailored to their specific real estate markets.
    The discussion then delves into the common misconceptions about the impact of economic downturns on real estate. Using historical data from six recessions between 1980 and 2020, the host illustrates that home prices don't always correlate with the economy's performance, having appreciated in four out of these six periods. The episode challenges simplistic narratives, encouraging a data-driven understanding of the market. It concludes by comparing current market conditions with past trends, noting significant differences like lack of inventory, inflated home prices, and high equity levels among homeowners. Overall, the episode offers valuable insights for those looking to understand or invest in real estate during uncertain economic times.

    • 5 min
    How to invest during Inflation and Recession

    How to invest during Inflation and Recession

    In this episode, we delve into the complex relationship between real estate and economic recessions. Our expert debunks common misconceptions and clickbait headlines, like those suggesting it's currently better to rent than buy. By analyzing data from six recessions between 1980 and 2020, the discussion reveals that home prices appreciated during four of these periods, challenging the simplistic view that economic downturns always depress real estate markets.
    The episode emphasizes the importance of local market knowledge alongside macro-level understanding. It also addresses common fallacies, such as the direct correlation between unemployment and declining home prices, by highlighting the nuances of the housing market and the dangers of oversimplification.
    Listeners will gain insights into the current state of the market, marked by a lack of inventory, increased construction costs, and high home equity levels, making it distinct from past downturns. The episode concludes with an optimistic outlook for single-family homes, positioning them as strong investments in uncertain economic times.

    • 6 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
61 Ratings

61 Ratings

caleb davis1 ,

Amazing show

Packed full of info and knowledge

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Five Star - Three Doors

After checking out a few episodes I felt compelled to leave a positive rating for this show...

Really respect these guys from three doors.

katfishy12 ,

Knowledge packed!

This podcast is great!!! I’ve learned so much already. The guests are phenomenal. So much information!!! Great job!

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