Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman

Real estate is a multi-dimensional asset class. Investing in real estate as income property as part of your long-term investment strategy is for those with abundant critical thinking abilities. Jason shares an email from a tenant who just doesn’t seem to get it.


Jason interviews Jordan Goodman, America’s ‘Money Answers’ man. Jordan is the author of 13 books. He shares his thoughts on what we can expect from our new presidential administration, how Trump’s mix of supply-side and Keynesian economics will affect real estate markets and the possibility of increased inflation.  

Key Takeaways:

[2:15] Can humans hold and evaluate two contradictory thoughts at the same time concurrently?

[3:12] The 3 Dimensions of Real Estate.

[5:26] A real email from a know-it-all tenant.

[11:44] Real life advantages of smoking coming up on a future episode.

[14:06] Get your tickets for the best Meet the Masters of Income Property Event ever.


Jordan Goodman Guest Interview:

[16:49] Jordan says tax rates will see dramatic changes under the Trump administration.

[18:28] Reducing taxes will increase the deficit, pushing interest rates up.

[21:37] The multiplier effect is the amount a home buyer invests in a newly purchased home.

[22:22] Regulations have discouraged good, qualified people from getting loans.

[23:08] Is it time for an economic downturn in the U.S.?

[27:31] Jordan tells us why interest rates will rise sharply in the next four years.

[32:18] Jordan Goodman wants what is best for the country.

[33:50] The economy will have a mix of supply-side and Keynesian attributes.

[36:30] The U.S. will run out of workers when Trump invests in infrastructure projects.

[40:48] Trump doesn’t want to install 35% tariffs his goal is an increase in exports.

[43:38] Jordan is involved in a commercial real estate lending fund.   

[45:35] Does Thou shalt maintain control still apply?

Mentioned in This Episode:

Jason Hartman

Meet the Masters of Income Property Event details

Jordan Goodman

Commercial Real Estate Income Fund