Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman

This is a great episode for anyone you know who is just starting out in investing. It leaves little doubt that investing in income properties with a buy and hold strategy is the way to gain wealth. Jason describes the basics to Brian Bain, a stock market investor, and fellow podcaster. He shares examples of how 30-year mortgages on single family homes are a not only a multi-dimensional asset class but also a tax write-off. If you want to hear a concise, easy to understand overview of how to make money in the complicated U.S. financial market, this is the show for you.

 

Key Takeaways:

 

Jason’s Editorial:

[1:58] Ben Bernanke and Yogi Berra quotes

[3:21] Investors must align their interests with Central Bankers

[7:22] Arbitrage - Exploiting the differences in things as a real estate investor

[10:43] Jason Hartman University Live Event in Salt Lake City, Utah

[11:56] Vacation rental properties in the Orlando market, yes or no?

 

Brian Bain interviews Jason for his “Investor in the Family” podcast:

[17:15] His story - Jason started in real estate when he was just a teenager

[23:36] Income property is a multi-dimensional asset class and a tax write-off

[27:46] A lender cannot sue you if you have a non-recourse loan on a property

[31:40] 6 ways the government will deal with underfunded entitlement programs

[35:10] Investors should align their interests with governments and banks

[37:39] Inflation redistributes wealth better than taxes

[40:00] An example of how thousands of people gained wealth from single family homes

[49:21] Anything without income is not really an investment

[51:07] Long term investments are definitely the way to invest your money

 

Mentions:

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Investor in the Family Podcast

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