Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman (general)

Originally aired on CW 245.

Jason Hartman interviews author, Amity Shlaes, about her book, “The Forgotten Man: A New History of the Great Depression.” Franklin D. Roosevelt spoke of the forgotten man as the man at the bottom of the economic pyramid, the poor man, the homeless man. Miss Shlaes explains that there is another forgotten man, the taxpayer, based on an algebraic description by William Graham Sumner.


Jason records this episode from Europe where he is thoroughly appreciating Capitalism. He reminds us, to get rich, we must take consistent, prudent risks. Understanding proformas and having the ability to analyze real estate deals will pay off in long-term cash flow. And, using leverage allows you to do more with less. During the Four Pillars of ROI clip, we learn about the sometimes underappreciated tax benefits of income property investments and hear a new investor recommend investing with Jason’s company.

 

Don’t miss the Oklahoma City Property Tour and the JHU Live Event just after July 4th.

Key Takeaways:

[03:03] The hidden pillar of ROI is inflation-induced debt destruction.

[04:34] Jason doesn't understand why millennials beg for Socialism/Communism.  

[11:26] The Venture Alliance Mastermind in Chicago is coming up in June.

[13:52] The college experience is much like the European experience.

[17:02] The way to get rich is taking prudent risks.

[24:18] Look forward to the future, appreciate the past but live in the future.

 

The Four Pillars of ROI Live Clip:

 

[28:37] How to Analyze a Real Estate Investment - free video.

[31:33] Appreciation amplified with leverage.

[34:42] Victor shares his thoughts about pulling the trigger and building his income property portfolio.

[42:17] Recognized tax benefits of income property investing.

Mentioned in This Episode:

Renter’s Warehouse - Get 3 free months of property management with this link.

Jason Hartman

Real Estate Tools

Property Tracker

Venture Alliance Mastermind

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This episode was inspired by the current distance between Jason and his loving companion, Coco. Jason is in the Ukraine, as Coco who is in doggy daycare, anxiously awaits his return. Jason delivers his most heartwarming episode ever as he interviews the author of A Dog’s Purpose, Bruce Cameron. Bruce captured the hearts of over 2300 Amazon reviewers, as well as topping the New York Times best-seller list, with his series of stories about man’s best friend.

 

Oklahoma City is the place for your financial Independence Day. Attend Jason Hartman University Live and an Oklahoma City property tour July 6th.

Key Takeaways:

[03:46] A question from a Twitter follower about last week's bubble alert.

[09:36] Jason was in Romania when the great recession was going down.

[11:16] If you are serious about understanding the numbers and make a solid real estate investment join us at the upcoming JHU Live event.

 

Bruce Cameron Guest Interview:

[17:32] A Dog's Purpose and A Dog's Journey resonated with people because it included true love and true friends.

[20:21] Dogs are really good at reading our emotions.

[22:21] The Dogs of Christmas is a dramatic mirror of our current hermit type lives.

[26:24] Dog's make the best out of everything so take advantage of it!

Mentioned in This Episode:

Jason Hartman

@jasonhartmanroi on Twitter

How to Analyze a Real Estate Investment

JHU Live Event in Oklahoma City

Rover

A Dog’s Purpose

8 Simple Rules for Dating my Teenage Daughter

Look Up video

A Midnight Plan of the Repo Man

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Originally aired on CW 829

Join Jason Hartman and Andrew “Ranting Andy” Hoffman, Miles Franklin’s Marketing Director, as they discuss the new game on Wall Street with its evil derivatives and destructive investment advice. Andy says Wall Street is no longer in the business of destroying retailers. Ever since the repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act, they’ve been in the business of destroying countries and taking power. Andy talks about Goldman-Sachs infiltration into political positions in other countries, and the infiltration into municipalities by other big Wall Street thugs, such as JP Morgan.

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In this episode, Jason outlines the two simple principles that alert an investor to an overvalued market. He explains the rent to value ratio and construction cost approaches and how the methods are applied to the linear, cyclical and hybrid markets. Jason also explores the benefits gained by experienced investors who use the proper metrics to analyze properties versus an immature investor who follows the current trend.

 

Mark your calendars for July 8th and 9th for the upcoming Oklahoma City Property Tour and JHU Live Seminar.

Key Takeaways:

[02:20] Jason explains why capital appreciation is attractive to the amateur investor.

[07:54] How do you know if the real estate market is overvalued?

[14:36] The self-storage facility purchase that wasn't meant to be.

[23:09] The comparison approach, the income approach and the construction cost approach are the 3 basic ways properties are valued or appraised

[23:50] The Rent to Value ratio is the current value versus the rental income.

[26:56] The Cap Rate is not a good metric for residential real estate investing.

[28:15] Using the Debt Coverage ratio as an investment metric to protect your assets.

[33:34] The Oklahoma City Property Tour and JHU seminar will be on July 8th and 9th

Mentioned in This Episode:

Renter’s Warehouse - Get 3 free months of property management with this link.

Jason Hartman

Real Estate Tools


Jason welcomes Elisabeth Embry to the podcast to discuss their new podcast! Women Investing Network or WIN will be co-hosted by Jason and Elisabeth and will focus on unique opportunities for women investors from a woman’s point of view. Elisabeth has a large income property portfolio and understands how to analyze the data necessary to make solid real estate investments in linear markets. They also discuss cash-on-cash return, Loan to Investment ratios, the Trump presidency and tax plan and the Seattle market.

Key Takeaways:

[02:21] Information on the new Women Investing Network podcast.

[04:40] Cash-on-cash Return explained.

[07:59] Analyzing the data to uncover the true ROI of a property.

[12:09] The 1031 exchange is yet another beautiful facet of investing in income properties.

[13:31] Trump tax cuts and Jason's theory of relativity.

[20:08] Elisabeth and Jason banter about Trump's presidency and the economy.

[26:00] Is a bubble coming to the Seattle market?

[29:10] Using the Risk Evaluator to determine the Land to Improvement Ratio.

[30:27] Two reasons investing in a linear market is a lower risk for investors.


If you are using microeconomics to plan for your future you may be ready to sell your assets and buy a “Preppers guide to self-sustainability”. But, if you take a step back and look at the bigger picture of macroeconomics you will see that it’s an amazing time to be alive. Jason’s guest Jawad Mian says “the key is to watch the disruption”. Manufacturing may be at an all time low but the services provided by Silicon Valley and the tech industry will offset any economic loss with growth, just in different terms. The market always corrects itself just differently than people perceive it to. The future is brighter than you might think.

 

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Jason welcomes Pat Donohoe back to the show. Pat is the President and CEO of Paradigm Life and host of the Wealth Standard podcast. Together, Jason and Pat analyze a Wall Street Journal article which addresses lower mortgage rates and how the lower rates may affect the already ‘hot’ real estate market, how autonomous cars will create a resurgence of the suburbs and how the upper middle-class is rethinking retirement based on the trend of extended life spans.

Key Takeaways:

[02:22] Wall Street Journal audio clip relating to the current housing market and interest rates.

[04:42] Zillow and isolated locations, like LA, with inflated housing values.

[11:35] Supply and demand in the rental property market.

[14:53] The Wealth Standard Radio and Paradigm Life contact information.

[15:36] The resurgence of suburbia will come with autonomous vehicles.

[19:28] A warning about spending money on high priced real estate.

[25:41] Reinventing retirement based on the cost of living longer.

[29:17] The 401k was never really meant as a retirement plan.

Mentioned in This Episode:

Jason Hartman

Longevity and Biohacking Show

Venture Alliance Mastermind

Zillow

Wealth Standard Radio

Paradigm Life

Unlimited Wealth: The Theory and Practice of Economic Alchemy by Paul Zane Pilzer

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This episode demonstrates the versatility of the most historically proven asset class income property. Jason breaks down its multiple dimensions and the various factors which can be used to prove that income property is the best investment you can make. During the client case study segment, Ani Wee tells her story of monetary and portfolio growth from her income property investments. She uses the Hartman Network to find opportunities, to gather information and to engage with like-minded people.

Key Takeaways:

 

[03:30] Money matters!

[08:06] Why you should immerse yourself in the most historically proven asset class.

 

Client Case Study Ani Wee:

 

[21:29] During the market crash Ani was looking for options when she came upon the Creating Wealth Show.

[23:29] She started investing in real estate after reading Rich Dad Poor Dad but she didn't know what she was doing.

[25:36] Ani receives yellow postcards on the first property she bought from the Hartman network.

[30:41] Ani's duplex in Florida appreciated from $79K to over $150K and her RTV ratio increased.

[36:35] Comparison, income and replacement cost are the three basic approaches to appraisals.

[38:34] Don't be afraid to push back on property management issues.

[41:18] Ani will be doing a 1031 exchange on her properties in hybrid and cyclical markets.

[44:36] Don't wait to buy real estate and outsource your debt to your tenants.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Jason Hartman - Watch the Free Video on How to Understand a Pro Forma

Venture Alliance Mastermind

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Previously aired as CW 373

 

Rodney Johnson is President and Editor of Dent Research. He joins the show to explain why gold will fall below $800.

 

Johnson then discusses whether the US economy is slowing. He also shares how investors can build streams of income instead of relying on equity markets.

 

Visit Dent Research at www.dentresearch.com.

 

Rodney Johnson works closely with Harry Dent to study how people spend their money as they go through predictable stages of life, how that spending drives our economy and how you can use this information to invest successfully in any market.  

 

Rodney began his career in financial services on Wall Street in the 1980s with Thomson McKinnon and then Prudential Securities. He started working on projects with Harry in the mid-1990s. He’s a regular guest on several radio programs such as America’s Wealth Management, Savvy Investor Radio, and has been featured on CNBC, Fox News and Fox Business’s “America’s Nightly Scorecard, where he discusses economic trends ranging from the price of oil to the direction of the U.S. economy.  

 

He holds degrees from Georgetown University and Southern Methodist University.

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