Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman

Happy Thanksgiving (a little early)!!!

Jason Hartman starts today from his Aunt Joanie's house discussing a recent trend among her renters: lease breaking. Joanie has noticed that several of her tenants seem to be jumping in to the buy side after they had given up over the summer. Jason and Joanie discuss why this might be and the correlation between rents and home prices.

Then Jason talks with Diana Butler Bass, Ph.D. in religious studies and award-winning author of 10 books including her newest, Grateful: The Transformative Power of Giving Thanks. The two dive in to why being grateful is important, both for the community and the individual. Diana explains the 4 dispositions of gratitude and the health benefits that come from being grateful.

PLUS, don't forget to take advantage of Jason's massive Black Friday/Cyber Monday Sale!

Key Takeaways:

[4:01] People are starting to break leases more often

[7:02] Fear of loss is more powerful than desire for gain

[9:26] Rents and prices are inversely correlated

[11:23] Why Aunt Joanie got into real estate

Diana Butler Bass Interview:

[16:15] Gratitude actually makes you healthier

[21:34] Gratitude functions out of our higher brain, whereas fear functions out of our primal brain. It also helps things in you physically like blood pressure

[24:39] The world has changed and we need to stop acting solely from our fear instincts

[25:37] The 4 dispositions of gratitude

[30:06] Play isn't just about competition, it's about appreciation, movement, and celebration. Ritual celebrations of thanksgiving are important parts of our culture

Website:

www.HartmanEducation.com

www.DianaButlerBass.com

www.Twitter.com/DianaButlerBass

Direct download: CW_1087_Diana_Bass.mp3
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Jason Hartman starts today's show by discussing the enduring asset that is real estate. Buildings you see that have been there for decades, if not centuries, still make money for their owners. Then Jason answers some more mortgage FAQs, including financing multiple properties at once and what a Power of Attorney can do for you.

Then Jason talks with Paul Moore, author of The Perfect Investment: Create Enduring Wealth from the Historic Shift to Multifamily Housing, about what demographics are telling the two of them about the next decade for landlords, as well as home ownership rates and the current habits of both baby boomers and millennials.

Key Takeaways:

[2:47] Income property is an enduring asset class

[6:37] More mortgage FAQs: can you finance multiple properties at the same time?

[10:37] Can a Power of Attorney sign for you for your investment properties?

Paul Moore Interview:

[14:11] How the demographics for the next decade looks for landlords

[16:09] Where Jason believes home ownership rate should be

[18:24] The faster growing demographic of renters is the baby boomers

[21:24] Millennials are renting in large numbers, partially thanks to the portability society

[25:20] What investing really is and other investment philosophies

Website:

www.WellingsCapital.com

The Perfect Investment: Create Enduring Wealth from the Historic Shift to Multifamily Housing

Direct download: CW_1086_Paul_Moore.mp3
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Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 825, originally published in May 2017.

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

Direct download: CW_1085_FBF_Pat_Donohoe.mp3
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Jason Hartman starts today's episode by answering more of the mortgage FAQs that were started in episode 1083 that were spawned from the recent Profits in Paradise event. He looks at his idea of Refi Til Ya Die and what it takes to finance your first 10 properties. He also unveils the Ring Doorbell/Amazon Echo contest winner(s)!

Then Jason finishes his interview with client Drew Baker. This time the two tackle cryptocurrency, higher education, the investment landscape as it stands today, and the appreciation vs cash flow dilemma.

Key Takeaways:

[4:22] You need to either create your own mastermind group or join one if you are looking to improve your lot in life

[10:09] Can you do a cash out refinance of your investment properties?

[13:18] If your credit score is over 720 you need to borrow more money (assuming that you're borrowing for investment purposes that is)

[15:42] Can you finance a primary residence regardless of how many investment properties you own?

[17:55] The Ring Doorbell/Amazon Echo contest winners

Drew Baker, Part 2:

[21:37] A 1 world cryptocurrency would be terrifying and allow governments to inflate as much as they wanted

[26:25] The college tuition bubble

[29:24] What should investors be looking at today?

[35:02] People tend to look at appreciation over cash flow because it's "sexier"

Website:

www.JasonHartman.com/Properties

Direct download: CW_1084_Drew2.mp3
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Today's episode starts off with Jason Hartman, in the car, back from Hawaii. He tackles the average length an American stays on the job these days, how technology is changing our buying habits, and starts answering some mortgage FAQs he's been getting lately.

Then Jason talks with client Drew about a mistake he made in self-management that shifted his views on contracts, as well as exploring dividend stocks and the economic disaster that is Argentina currently.

Key Takeaways:

[6:46] Digital camera shipments are down 80% thanks to smartphones

[8:20] Mortgage FAQ #1- Can you finance more than 10 properties?

[9:43] You only need a 620 to finance your first 6 properties, then a 720 for properties 7-10

Drew Baker Interview:

[13:18] A mistake Drew made that made him realize it's important not to deviate from the contract

[17:32] Love or hate Trump, he's been good for the economy

[21:50] Dividends may sound great, but they're not the most stable

[27:05] The currency of today is just getting in front of people

[31:30] Argentina has an economic disaster every 10 years

Website:

www.JasonHartman.com/Contest

Direct download: CW_1083_Drew_Baker1.mp3
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Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 773, originally published in January 2017.

Welcome to Creating Wealth 2017! The most important takeaway from today’s conversation is to start investing in real estate income properties now. If you already have an existing portfolio beef it up. Time is short and the longer you own a property the more money you make. Preserve your financial future. On today’s show,  Jason brings Naresh back after an 8-month absence to discuss the benefits of smoking, the problem with the financial media in the U.S. and the farce which is making money on tax liens and deeds.  

Naresh also shares his findings from his recent trip to Cuba.

Key Takeaways:

[1:35] If you haven’t started your real estate portfolio and secured your financial future the best day to do it is today.

[5:03] The benefits of smoking include being social.

[14:00] Thinking critically and holding opposing thoughts on the same subject shows a high level of intelligence.

[15:56] Drinking the kool-aid is easier than doing your homework when investing.

[17:34] The problem with the financial media is the people delivering the news are not business people.

[24:37] How to make money from investing in tax liens and deeds and why it’s not a good idea.  

[35:11] Naresh shares his experiences from his recent visit to Cuba.

[42:28] One of the few things Obama did that Jason agrees with is opening up Cuba.

Mentioned in This Episode:

Hartman Media

Jason Hartman

Creating Wealth Episode 417

Biohacking and Longevity Show

Holistic Survival Podcast

Venture Alliance Mastermind

Meet the Masters of Income Property

Direct download: CW_1082_FBF_Naresh.mp3
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Jason Hartman starts this episode with a look at former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan's most recent article outlining his concerns with our current economic situation. Greenspan is concerned we're headed toward stagflation, so what would that do to the average real estate investor? One sector that could potentially get hit is short-term rentals, so Jason investigates one of his big concerns on that front.

Then Jason finishes his conversation with Scott A Shay, co-founder of Signature Bank and author of In Good Faith: Questioning Religion and Atheism, about the degradation of ethics and character, and how we can reverse the course our nation is still on that idolizes money and power.

Key Takeaways:

[3:40] Alan Greenspan's new article highlights some of his concerns about our economy

[7:19] The graying of America

[9:34] Greenspan says Stagflation is coming, so what does that mean for real estate investors?

[14:17] What concerns Jason about short-term rentals

Scott Shay, Part 2

[20:45] There's a degradation of ethics and character today

[25:26] How do we fix our current idolatry of money and power?

[30:00] How Adam Smith and Chapter 19 of Leviticus are similar

Website:

www.JasonHartman.com/Contest

www.InGoodFaith.com

Direct download: CW_1081_Scott_Shay2.mp3
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Jason Hartman starts off today's 10th episode taking a look back at this weekend's Profits in Paradise event as well as the Venture Alliance Mastermind experience with his guest Pat Donohoe. The two discuss the importance of asset protection and the impact of high tax jurisdictions.

Then Jason speaks with Dr. Gina Loudon, co-host of America Talks Live on NewsmaxTV, certified hypnotherapist, founding writer at Breitbart and official Trump campaign surrogate, spokesperson to Donald Trump's 2016 Presidential campaign and member of the President's 2020 Media Advisory Board. The two discuss the political divide that's present in today's society and whether it's worse now than it's been in the past. They also discuss the 3 types of people in the world and how President Trump is one of the most misunderstood people on the planet.

Key Takeaways:

[5:21] People will leave high tax jurisdictions eventually, it takes some planning

[8:12] The return on investment for going to events like Profits in Paradise are incredible

[11:54] Asset protection was one of the main themes over the weekend

Dr. Gina Loudon Interview:

[16:17] We frequently forget to look at the WHY all this division is going on

[19:18] Are we really divided more now or is it all just sensationalized?

[24:29] The USA is actually living in the most healthy, happy, prosperous and safest times in history

[29:13] The monologue media vs the dialogue media

[30:29] The 3 types of people in today's world

[34:30] Gina says President Trump is one of the kindest and loyal people she's ever met

Website:

www.JasonHartman.com/Contest

www.DrGinaLoudon.com

Direct download: CW_1080_Gina_Loudon.mp3
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Jason Hartman starts today's episode from the beaches of Hawaii, discussing booms and busts throughout history, the definition of an investment, while also recapping this past weekend's Profits in Paradise event. Then producer Adam has the November Mortgage Minutes with one of Jason's lenders, as the two discuss what impact the market pullback has had and where rates are going.

Then Jason talks with Scott A Shay, co-founder of Signature Bank and author of In Good Faith: Questioning Religion and Atheism, in Part 1, about the dangers of our society becoming more cash averse, the degradation of ethics and character, and Glass-Steagall.

Key Takeaways:

[3:32] Take care of the money thing, get the money thing otu of the way in your life, because money will ALWAYS be an issue

[6:41] There have been booms and busts all throughout history; the best way to prepare is to follow Jason's 10 Commandments

[9:19] How to tell if something is an investment

Adam's Mortgage Minutes:

[14:41] The pullback in the market hasn't impacted the mortgage market like you'd expect

[18:51] The people who got foreclosured on in the great recession are now able to borrow again, but the great rates have vanished so they're not in position to borrow again

Scott A Shay Interview:

[22:54] Even after everything we went through in the Great Recession, the banking industry is more consolidated now than it's ever been

[25:45] 60% of bank mergers result in a destruction of bank value

[29:54] The history and purpose of Glass-Steagall

[32:40] Our society is becoming more and more cash averse; what does this mean for us moving forward?

Website:

www.JasonHartman.com/Hawaii

www.InGoodFaith.com

Direct download: CW_1079_Scott_Shay1.mp3
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Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 798, originally published in March, 2017.

Thomas J. Anderson joins Jason to discuss the value of debt. Mr. Anderson is the Founder and CEO of Supernova Companies and author of The Value of Debt series of books. He has broken down life into four financial stages and gives his recommendations for the amount of debt a person should have at each stage to reach a balance between life span and money span. Mr. Anderson says too many people take on oppressive debt too early in life and the right amount of debt can be a powerful tool.

Key Takeaways:

[1:55] Details of the upcoming Venture Alliance Mastermind in Las Vegas and the Memphis Property Tour.

Thomas J. Anderson Guest Interview:

[5:26] All debt is not created equal.

[6:53] Companies have optimal debt ratios because they value the liquidity, the flexibility and the tax benefits of their strategic debt.

[8:43] Thomas describes the 4 stages of life and the optimal debt recommended for each.

[18:04] People need inflation, appreciation and income on assets working for them over a 30-year period of time.

[20:29] Real estate investors should learn the game of staying power.

[22:13] During economic downturns, those with more debt benefit the most.

[26:33] Debt structured the right way eliminates the need for massive returns.   

Mentioned in This Episode:

Jason Hartman

Venture Alliance Mastermind

The Value of Debt

Supernova Companies

The Value of Debt: How to Manage Both Sides of a Balance Sheet to Maximize Wealth

Direct download: CW_1078_FBF_Thomas_Anderson.mp3
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