Mon, 7 May 2018
Jason Hartman starts off the show with client Doug about portfolio makeovers, why you should stay in the game for the long run, and the fallacy of the passive investment. Doug got out of the real estate business just before the (positive) market correction and missed out on a lot of money.
Then, Jason finishes his client case study with Muthiah. This time the two look at the actual process of Muthiah filing a claim against a bad provider and how he was about to get restitution after some avenues had failed. Jason also explains how to get a hold of his Hall of Shame resource list, and why you should file complaints even if they're not likely to help you alone.
Jason & Doug Intro:
[5:05] There's no such thing as a passive investment, but there are some things that are easier
[9:16] If you do the math properly, real estate versus the stock market isn't even a competition
[12:15] The problem with being too passive is you don't learn from your successes or failures
Muthiah Client Casey Study, Part 2
[20:00] Muthiah has never tried to self manage his current 20 properties
[23:00] Want Jason Hartman's Hall of Shame resource list? Fill out any form on JasonHartman.com
[25:18] Muthiah's process of filing complaints against the provider
[29:48] You're not just filing these complaints for yourself, it's your duty to protect other people